英语学习 · 2021年1月23日 0

神奇校车S101 Lost in space字幕

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Please hand me that, would you

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ok,Ralphie

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lt’s going to be a model of the solar system.
Neat, Janet?

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l hate to tell you, cousin Arnold

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but when my class built one, the sun was so
huge, we had to hang it from the flagpole!

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And you had all nine planets?

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That’s right, Keesha!

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Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter,

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Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto.

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My class already studied the solar system.

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l betcha your class didn’t learn about the
ALlENS that live on the planets.

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For your information, Ralphie,

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Earth is the ONLy planet that can support life
as far as we know.

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And how far do you know?

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Really far, ’cause l got straight A’s on all my
tests.

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… and this proves it.

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lf you already know so much Janet, why did
you come to visit our class?

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Because Arnold told me all about your field
trips, Dorothy Ann.

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What did he say?

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That they were, and l quote, ”highly unusual”.

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And you know what l said? ”Prove it!”

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She’s really nice once you get to know her.

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Good morning, class. Have you all met
Arnold’s cousin, Janet?

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Yes, Ms. Frizzle.

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My teacher doesn’t dress like that.

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That’s nothing. Sometimes The Friz looks
totallyoutrageous.

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Well, since we’re lucky enough to have a
guest today,

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l’d say it’s a perfect time for a field trip!

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All right! To the bus!

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Hey, Cuz.. now’s your chance to prove it…

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l wonder where we’re going today.

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lnside a rotting log? Been there. To the
bottom of the ocean? Done that…

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We’re going to the planetarium! Hardly
unusual, Arnold.

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The Friz taking us on a NORMAL field trip?

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Believe me, THAT’S unusual.

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Hmmm, how odd. lt’s closed for the day.

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Closed?

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Well, looks like we’ll have to go back to
school.

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Oh no…

39
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Some field trip, Arnold. you know what?

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My teacher would have called ahead because
My teacher plans ahead.

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My teacher never makes mistakes.

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My teacher is a zillion times better than–

43
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NOBODY… is better than Ms. Frizzle.

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Oh yeah? Prove it!

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Stop the bus ,Ms. Frizzle

46
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yes, Arnold?

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lsn’t there… you know… some place ELSE…
you could take us?

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you mean another planetarium?

49
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Well, sort of, but bigger.

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Bigger?

51
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you know, the Big One!

52
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ARNOLD! Why didn’t l think of that?

53
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T-minus five and counting…
four…3…2…1 …Blast off!

54
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What’s happening?

55
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A FlELD TRlP!

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lnto outer space?!?! Highly unusual!!!

57
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Welcome to outer space, class.

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The only planetarium open twenty-four hours a
day, seven days a week….

59
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And how are all my astronauts doing?

60
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We’re weightless!

61
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We’re in trouble!

62
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No, Arnold, we’re in orbit around the earth!

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Let’s see now. We’re just about… there!

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Wonderful! Let the tour begin!….

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We’re coming up to the sun.

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Look how HUGE it is!!

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Class, are you all wearing your special
heavy-duty sunblock 8,000 sun-goggles?

68
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l wonder how many Earths would fit in the sun.

69
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Over a million!… Hold onto your goggles.

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So, class, we’ve travelled from Earth, around
the sun,

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and are now on our way to Mercury!

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The closest planet to the sun!

73
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When l tell my class they’re going to be SO
jealous!

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Wow, we’re landing?!

75
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Of course.

76
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Told you, Janet!

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We hardly weigh anything compared to my old
planet, Earth!

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l wonder if that means there’s less gravity
pulling on us here.

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Exactly, Keesha! … Good thinking…

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Come along, class, follow the bouncing lizard!
This way, please.

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Bet l can jump higher than you, Dorothy Ann!

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you’re on!

83
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l won first place in my class’ jumping contest.
Here’s my blue ribbon to prove it.

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Wait’ll l tell my class l won the jumping contest
on Mercury too!

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But you know what they’re gonna say?

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What?

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Prove it!

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How on Earth… l mean… How’m l going to
prove l was on Mercury?

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Man, the aliens on Mercury sure make big
footprints.

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Nothing can live on Mercury, Ralphie. lt’s too
hot and dry during the day.

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and according to my research, it’s REALLy
freezing at night.

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And day or night, there’s no air,

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which makes it extremely difficult to breathe!

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Well, SOMETHlNG had to make tracks this
big.

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Something did, Ralphie — meteorites.

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Meteorites are pieces of stone or iron that fall
from space.

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Come along, class.

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lf the ones that HlT the planet are called
meteoRlTES,

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what do you call the ones that miss?

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What?

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Meteor-wrongs!!!

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What are you doing, janet, watch it!

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Eureka! My very own meteorite!

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When l show this to my class, it’ll PROVE l
was on Mercury!

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Oh, Janet…

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We’re now approaching…

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Venus! The second planet from the sun!

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l can’t wait! l can’t wait! l can’t wait!

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Cool! Venus has clouds just like Earth.

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These clouds are pretty!

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l better sit down, l guess.

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Come along class.

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Hey, l feel like l weigh the same here as l do
on Earth!

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That’s because Venus is about the same size
as Earth

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and has about the same gravity.

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Come on Arnold.

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Check out those weird clouds.

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Oh, good – a little rain will cool the place
down.

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Except that’s not rainwater in those clouds,
Wanda. lt’s sulphuric acid.

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Sulphuric Acid?

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lt’s a deadly poison.

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We’re perfectly safe as long as we keep our
space suits on.

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l like rocks, but this is ridiculous.

124
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Do you have to have all of these?

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Absolutely! lf this doesn’t prove l was on
Venus, nothing will!

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We’re now passing through the orbit of the
third planet which is… Earth!

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Look — it’s so beautiful. On my old planet,
there’s air we can breathe…

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And it’s not too hot or not too cold.

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The only one that supports life…

130
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And coming up is Mars, the fourth planet.
Right, Ms. Frizzle?

131
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Very good, Janet. you certainly do know your
planets.

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l got straight A’s on all my reports

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We know! We know! Enough already!

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Ah, here we are, class. Take a look at Mars!
How magnificent!

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lt looks like the whole place is rusting.

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No wonder it’s called ”the red planet”.

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As you can see, the soil here is coloured by
red dust which has iron in it.

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Look at those iceburg.

139
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lce climbing, anyone?

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All right! Way cool! Great!

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No thanks. Too cold. Too slippery.

142
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Too right! Who wants to waste time climbing
up an old ice cap anyway!

143
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Come on, Cuz — we’ve got work to do!

144
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No, thanks, janet. l’d stay at home if l knew we
gotta do this.

145
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We’ve made it to the top!

146
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l wonder if Mars could’ve been another Earth if
it had water and weren’t so cold…

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Maybe, but as l always say,

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Mars is the best place for ice cream.

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lce cream? Where?

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Here! lCE CREAM!!

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Let’s go!

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lCE CREAM!!

153
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That’s the last ice block.

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Great! Now for some red dust.

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On Earth, l had simple little chores.

156
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Emptying waste baskets, feeding the fish,
clearing the table…

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The only thing is, we’ve been to Mercury,

158
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Venus and Mars so far and we haven’t seen a
single…

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ALlEN!

160
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Tell it we surrender!

161
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Hi, guys. Which way’s the bus?

162
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Arnold!

163
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Aww… l knew it was him the whole time.

164
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Stop it!

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Mars ice and dust … enough to prove we were
on Mars.

166
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No need to thank me.

167
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l don’t think there’s much chance of that,
Janet.

168
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Look! A flying potato!

169
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That’s no potato. lt’s an asteroid, Ralphie

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a hunk of space rock, smaller than a moon but
bigger than a meteorite.

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lt’s part of the ”asteroid belt”,

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a ring of asteroids which divides our solar
system into the inner and outer planets.

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Hey! / What happened? / What’s going on?

174
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l gotta have an asteroid!

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Watch out!

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What was that?

177
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What happened?

178
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What’s going on?

179
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No worries, kids, let’s figure out where we are
now.

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The map! lt’s gone!

181
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We’re LOST lN SPACE!!

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We’re LOST lN SPACE!!

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As l always say, there’s nothing a good space
mechanic can’t fix. Wrench.

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Wrench.

185
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Pliers.

186
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Asteroid… l mean pliers!

187
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Screwdriver.

188
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An asteroid. Perfect proof.

189
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Ms. Frizzle, we’ve got half of the map now!

190
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Good! One more adjustment…

191
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MS. FRlZZLE? MS. FRlZZLE?

192
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Keep your claw on that button, Liz. you’ve
given me the most WONDERFUL idea.

193
00:13:36,360 –> 00:13:42,196
Um… bad news …Janet, we’re not only LOST
lN SPACE…

194
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We’re lost in space WlTHOUT A TEACHER!!!

195
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What are we going to do? What are we going
to do?

196
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Ms. Frizzle to class. Ms. Frizzle to class.
Come in.

197
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No reason to panic. l’d never leave you. l’m
right here!

198
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l’ll give you a hint. l’m headed for one of the
outer planets.

199
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But that’s the half of the map we DON’T have!

200
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Good! you can fill it in as you go along!

201
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you’ve got a navigator who knows the
neighborhood.

202
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We do?

203
00:14:10,120 –> 00:14:11,872
Of course! Janet!

204
00:14:16,960 –> 00:14:19,713
l wonder if Ms Frizzle is down there…

205
00:14:19,920 –> 00:14:21,558
Wow! Which planet is that?

206
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One of the gas giants.

207
00:14:27,200 –> 00:14:28,713
What is that red blotch?

208
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lt’s a storm, thousands of miles wide.

209
00:14:32,160 –> 00:14:35,869
And the only planet with a big red spot is
Jupiter.

210
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Jupiter – the fifth planet.

211
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All right, Janet! Way to go!

212
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Now, if l could just get some of that red spot…

213
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it will prove l’d been to Jupiter

214
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Ms. Frizzle to bus. Ms. Frizzle to bus. Over.

215
00:14:50,840 –> 00:14:56,233
Jupiter lS the largest planet… but don’t worry,
Carlos, because l’m not on it!

216
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Then where are you?

217
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l’ve got to have some of that red spot!!

218
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We’re out of control!

219
00:15:07,400 –> 00:15:10,233
Janet! Pull up! Pull up!

220
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lt’s all yours, Ralphie.

221
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Janet!

222
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Chill out, guys. lf you visit Jupiter, you gotta
have proof, right?

223
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l knew l should have stayed home today.

224
00:15:29,160 –> 00:15:32,755
Ms. Frizzle to class! Ms. Frizzle to class!
Come in, please!

225
00:15:32,960 –> 00:15:35,520
Ms. Frizzle, Janet almost got us…

226
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l got them some of Jupiter’s red spot!

227
00:15:37,960 –> 00:15:41,589
Did you say red hot? you’re not even warm
yet!

228
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The outer planet l’m on is very cold and dark.

229
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The COLDER you get, the WARMER you’ll be
to finding me.

230
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Oh great, now it’s a riddle! Off we go again!

231
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Hey look–another planet.

232
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lt’s beautiful!

233
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But where are we?

234
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lt’s got to be Saturn.

235
00:16:01,400 –> 00:16:05,154
There’s no other gas giant with such beautiful
rings.

236
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Saturn, the sixth planet.

237
00:16:08,040 –> 00:16:12,431
Well, it must be cold down there because
Saturn is pretty far away from the sun.

238
00:16:12,560 –> 00:16:14,710
But Ms. Frizzle said cold and DARK.

239
00:16:14,880 –> 00:16:17,838
lt could be very, very dark on Saturn…

240
00:16:18,000 –> 00:16:21,675
Oh no you don’t. you just want to grab more
stuff.

241
00:16:21,800 –> 00:16:23,233
Hey, l’m just trying to help.

242
00:16:23,320 –> 00:16:28,030
lf you wanna play Let’s-Find-Ms
Frizzle-Without-A-Map for the rest of your life,

243
00:16:28,160 –> 00:16:29,593
that’s fine with me.

244
00:16:31,840 –> 00:16:35,879
Janet’s right. Ms. Frizzle could be on Saturn,
couldn’t she….?

245
00:16:36,040 –> 00:16:40,113
Okay, Arnold, but it’s your job to keep your
crazy cousin under control.

246
00:16:40,320 –> 00:16:43,039
Ms. Frizzle to bus. Over.

247
00:16:43,640 –> 00:16:49,909
Liz and l can’t wait to show you all the stars we
can see out here…

248
00:16:50,200 –> 00:16:52,316
Ah, it’s so beautiful.

249
00:16:52,440 –> 00:16:54,237
Come back! What about a hint?

250
00:16:54,320 –> 00:16:56,914
She just gave us a hint, Ralphie.

251
00:16:57,120 –> 00:16:58,109
She did?

252
00:16:58,320 –> 00:17:00,754
y eah, she can see the stars.

253
00:17:00,960 –> 00:17:03,190
Which means she can’t be on Saturn.

254
00:17:03,320 –> 00:17:06,118
She could never see the stars through all
those storms and clouds.

255
00:17:08,520 –> 00:17:10,875
Planet #7 coming up.

256
00:17:11,000 –> 00:17:12,911
That must be Uranus.

257
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you can tell by its tilted, faint,

258
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grey rings and its blue-green gases.

259
00:17:20,240 –> 00:17:23,516
See, Cuz, Uranus doesn’t do a thing for me.

260
00:17:23,760 –> 00:17:25,830
So you can get off of me, Okay?

261
00:17:25,960 –> 00:17:29,635
Sorry, Janet, but l have to stay on top of the
situation.

262
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The Friz couldn’t see the stars through those
clouds either.

263
00:17:32,560 –> 00:17:34,391
No way she’s on Uranus.

264
00:17:34,600 –> 00:17:36,113
To the next planet!

265
00:17:36,280 –> 00:17:39,590
WAlT! l need proof!

266
00:17:39,800 –> 00:17:43,395
And we need Ms. Frizzle! Step on it, Wanda!

267
00:17:45,800 –> 00:17:52,194
Neptune! Please! We gotta stop at Neptune!
lt’s my favourite planet!

268
00:17:54,080 –> 00:17:56,640
The eighth planet, Neptune.

269
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Looks like another planet’s surrounded by
gases.

270
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And it’s blue.

271
00:18:02,400 –> 00:18:05,198
Blue! My favourite color!

272
00:18:05,440 –> 00:18:10,389
Forget it, Janet. Ms. Frizzle couldn’t see the
stars from down there.

273
00:18:10,640 –> 00:18:11,959
Go, Wanda!

274
00:18:12,080 –> 00:18:14,116
No!!!

275
00:18:18,480 –> 00:18:19,913
Now where do we go?

276
00:18:20,040 –> 00:18:23,589
She’s not on Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus or
Neptune…

277
00:18:23,800 –> 00:18:26,394
That means there’s only ONE planet left.

278
00:18:26,520 –> 00:18:26,997
Which one?

279
00:18:27,160 –> 00:18:31,836
l’ll tell you – after you get off of me!!

280
00:18:32,680 –> 00:18:38,038
Right. Listen carefully. Ms. Frizzle is on the
farthest planet from the sun…PLUTO!!

281
00:18:38,560 –> 00:18:40,596
To Pluto!!

282
00:18:45,680 –> 00:18:48,478
Pluto’s cold and dark all right.

283
00:18:48,720 –> 00:18:51,439
And clear. They’ve GOT to be here!

284
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Look!

285
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There they are!

286
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y Ay!

287
00:19:07,320 –> 00:19:11,757
Good work! We knew you’d find us, right, Liz?

288
00:19:11,960 –> 00:19:15,748
you sure can see stars from here. l wonder
where the sun is…

289
00:19:15,960 –> 00:19:17,996
See that tiny star over there?

290
00:19:18,160 –> 00:19:18,592
Uh huh.

291
00:19:18,840 –> 00:19:19,909
Well, that’s it.

292
00:19:20,080 –> 00:19:21,399
THAT’S the sun?

293
00:19:22,160 –> 00:19:25,789
No wonder Pluto’s so cold and dark. Look
how far away the sun is!

294
00:19:25,960 –> 00:19:30,476
So the colder we got, the warmer we got to
finding you.

295
00:19:30,600 –> 00:19:33,876
lt was a good hint, if l do say so myself…

296
00:19:40,920 –> 00:19:45,311
l got enough stuff for ALL of us to prove we
made it to Pluto!

297
00:19:46,680 –> 00:19:49,638
Well, what are you waiting for? Let’s go!

298
00:19:49,760 –> 00:19:51,159
Are you kidding?

299
00:19:51,280 –> 00:19:52,679
There’s no room in there.

300
00:19:52,840 –> 00:19:54,592
All right. Be that way!

301
00:20:03,000 –> 00:20:06,037
There’s no way l’m going home without my
stuff!!!

302
00:20:06,160 –> 00:20:08,435
There’s no way l’m going home without you!!!

303
00:20:08,600 –> 00:20:11,637
lt’s PROOF! Nobody will believe me without it!

304
00:20:11,840 –> 00:20:14,912
l’ll believe you. They’ll believe you.

305
00:20:17,160 –> 00:20:20,391
Janet! you want PROOF! l’ll give you
PROOF!

306
00:20:20,560 –> 00:20:24,269
Here’s proof of what’ll happen to you if you
stay here with your stuff!!!

307
00:20:24,520 –> 00:20:26,476
Arnold…. no…..!!!!

308
00:20:29,120 –> 00:20:31,076
Oh CU-U-U-UZ!!

309
00:20:31,800 –> 00:20:35,156
Back to Earth! And step on it!

310
00:20:48,720 –> 00:20:49,869
Thanks, Janet.

311
00:20:50,080 –> 00:20:55,393
Arnold, it’s the least l can do. lf it weren’t for
you, l’d still be on Pluto with all my stuff.

312
00:20:55,840 –> 00:20:59,753
l don’t need to prove anything. That was THE
most amazing field trip ever.

313
00:21:00,080 –> 00:21:05,074
you know it. l know it. lf no one else believes
me, that’s their problem!

314
00:21:05,200 –> 00:21:05,950
Right on!

315
00:21:06,120 –> 00:21:07,155
Way to go, Janet

316
00:21:07,280 –> 00:21:08,269
you said it!

317
00:21:10,760 –> 00:21:12,955
Attention all students.

318
00:21:13,240 –> 00:21:15,196
We’ve just learned that scientists have made

319
00:21:15,280 –> 00:21:17,510
their first contact with an alien from outer
space.

320
00:21:17,680 –> 00:21:18,829
An alien!

321
00:21:19,120 –> 00:21:20,997
Ralphie was right!

322
00:21:21,240 –> 00:21:22,150
Oh my!

323
00:21:22,520 –> 00:21:26,069
The alien, claiming to be from Pluto, has
called to complain about…

324
00:21:26,200 –> 00:21:29,078
a pile of litter that was recently dumped on his
planet.

325
00:21:29,400 –> 00:21:31,038
Ralphie!!!!

326
00:21:31,640 –> 00:21:36,270
As l always say, class… you’re out of this
world.

327
00:21:46,840 –> 00:21:48,273
ls it the magic school bus?

328
00:21:48,440 –> 00:21:51,876
ls it the magic school bus?

329
00:21:52,360 –> 00:21:53,429
ls it the magic school bus?

330
00:21:53,640 –> 00:21:54,629
ls it the magic school bus?

331
00:21:54,840 –> 00:21:56,273
ls it the magic school bus?

332
00:21:56,360 –> 00:22:00,114
stay tune with us and be a smart kid

333
00:22:15,960 –> 00:22:17,712
Hello. ”Magic School Bus”.

334
00:22:17,840 –> 00:22:21,879
Don’t you mean ”The Twilight Zone”? That
show had more science FlCTlON than fact.

335
00:22:22,120 –> 00:22:25,874
We realize a school bus would make a lousy
space craft…

336
00:22:26,080 –> 00:22:29,629
l’ll give you that one, but only because you call
it a MAGlC school bus.

337
00:22:29,840 –> 00:22:33,196
But there’s no way any spacecraft could visit
all nine planets in a day.

338
00:22:33,360 –> 00:22:37,069
lf we did it in real time, you’d be grown up by
the time we got to Pluto.

339
00:22:37,280 –> 00:22:40,716
Speaking of Pluto, scientists don’t REALLy
know what its surface is like.

340
00:22:40,880 –> 00:22:45,158
you’re right. Until one of you kids grows up to
be an astronomer

341
00:22:45,240 –> 00:22:47,151
or an astronaut and figures out what Pluto is
like

342
00:22:47,320 –> 00:22:48,355
we have to guess.

343
00:22:48,440 –> 00:22:52,638
Also, Pluto right now isn’t the ninth planet from
the sun. Until 1999,

344
00:22:52,800 –> 00:22:55,314
it’s temporarily inside Neptune’s orbit.

345
00:22:55,520 –> 00:22:56,475
Right again!

346
00:22:57,520 –> 00:22:59,238
What about those funny looking sun goggles?

347
00:22:59,440 –> 00:23:03,149
l happen to know you should never look
directly at the sun. Hurts your eyes.

348
00:23:03,360 –> 00:23:04,793
you’re one bright kid!

349
00:23:05,560 –> 00:23:08,518
So how come some of the time the kids were
floating around in the bus?

350
00:23:08,760 –> 00:23:14,073
Well, when the bus was coasting with the
rocket engines off, they were weightless, like
astronauts.

351
00:23:14,200 –> 00:23:17,510
Oh yeah. So how come they were able to walk
around in the bus sometime?

352
00:23:17,680 –> 00:23:23,277
Uhhhh.. Well, will you?ahh?believe an artificial
gravity geoscopic confabulator?

353
00:23:23,440 –> 00:23:25,476
Aha, aha, aha. No way.

354
00:23:25,640 –> 00:23:27,551
OK. you got me. We just fudged it.

355
00:23:27,640 –> 00:23:30,837
And don’t think l didn’t notice that you had all
the planets lined up in a neat little row.

356
00:23:31,080 –> 00:23:37,235
Oh that. Well, it’s true that planets are very
rarely all lined up like that.

357
00:23:37,400 –> 00:23:38,879
y eah. Like almost never.

358
00:23:39,080 –> 00:23:41,310
But it’s so much easier to keep track of them
all that way.

359
00:23:41,400 –> 00:23:43,675
you wouldn’t want us to have forgotten one,
would you?

360
00:23:43,800 –> 00:23:46,997
And another thing – if an astronaut ever DOES
make it to Pluto,

361
00:23:47,080 –> 00:23:48,991
she’d better not take her helmet off.

362
00:23:49,120 –> 00:23:51,554
you think she’d end up with more than a cold,
huh?

363
00:23:51,680 –> 00:23:53,557
She’d end up a block of ice – or worse!

364
00:23:53,720 –> 00:23:55,631
Which reminds me why l called in the first
place.

365
00:23:55,840 –> 00:23:56,431
y es?

366
00:23:56,680 –> 00:23:59,956
l’m STlLL waiting for someone to get that pile
of litter off my planet!

367
00:24:03,520 –> 00:24:05,715
THE END