Bluey (2018–…): Season 3, Episode 13 - Housework - full transcript

Mum and Dad vow to only finish their boring housework when the kids stop acting silly, but that's never going to happen, so they end up trying the same approach themselves.

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Oh, man!
I'm just not a fan of housework.

Let's just get through it
and then we can relax.

Yar! Giddy-up!
Neigh!

Agh! Housework!
Let's get out of here!



Freeze!
BOTH: Huh!

We're coming in here next, so I need
you to tidy up the blanket fort.

Ohh! But we're playing!

You can play
AFTER you're done tidying up.

BOTH: OK, Mum.

(VACUUM WHIRRS)

Ibi-ibi-ibi-ibi-ibi.

Ibi-ibi-ibi-ibi-ibi-ibi-ibi.

Hup-ti! Hup-ti! Hup-ti!

Ie-ie-ie-ie!

Ie-ie-ie-ie! O!

Ooh...

Ouch! (GIGGLES)

Ooh...



Ti-tu, ti-tu, ti-tu, ti-tu.

Ti-tu, ti-tu, ti-tu,
ti-tu, ti-tu, ti-tu, ti.

Bom, bom-bom, bom.
(SWITCHES OFF VACUUM)

Are you done for the day, are ya?

Check this out.
What is it?

These kids
never just walk their normal walk.

What?
Look, watch.

Deedly, bup-chup! Deedly, bup-chup!
Deedly, bup-chup!

Boop, boop-boop, boop!
See?

I see what you mean.
Look! There they go again!

Come on. We've got work to do.

Oh, no, I'm not doing anything

until one of these kids walks past
here NOT like a complete fruitloop.

Bandit!

Look at that one! Ha!
Boop, boop, boop.

These kids are nuts!

Well, I know where they get it from.

This episode of Bluey
is called Housework.

You're really doing this?
I think I have to.

(GROANS) OK, at least set the rules.

What will it take for you
to get back to the housework?

Just, you know,
one foot in front of the other.

I don't think
that's too much to ask.

Ohh-ahh! Ohh-ahh!
OK.

Ha! See?! That looks good.

Boom! Come on!
Uh-uh - look at her arms.

They're following her legs.
Really?

Yeah. They're meant to go the other
way, the opposite of your legs.

Oh, yeah!

Ha! That's crazy!
That's what I'm saying!

Sheets!

(SINGS) # Oh, sheets! #

OK, that's not even close
to her normal walk.

Oh, hang on. Hang on. Here we go.

Feet OK. Arms OK.

I think we're good.

Ee... Ee!

Backwards!

BOTH: And there it is.

This is hard.

I'll even settle for the SAME
crazy walk from there to there.

But look -

one...two...

..three different walks
in three metres.

Why do they do it?!
'Cause they're nuts!

(SINGS) # Row, row, row your boat

# Gently down the stream... #

That's not even a walk!

I'm making a cuppa.
We're going to be here a while.

Boom!

Boom!

Boom!

Boom!

B-b-b-r-r-r-r-r!

Elephant.

Boom!
Hop!

Boom!
Hop!

Boom!
Hop!

Kangaroo.

Bawk-buk! Buk-buk-buk...
What did I miss?

Buk-kawk!
Chicken.

Working our way
through the animal kingdom.

That's an emu.

Yeah. Or maybe an ostrich.

Or a big duck?

And that's some sort of, uh...

..um...

Ee-aww!

Donkey!

Some of these look really hard to do.

I know! Don't they get tired?

Bie-upp!

Bie-upp!

Bie-upp!

Whoa, we have a winner.

Holy-dooly.

That's impressive.

How do you even do that?

You have to, like,
have your feet out like a duck...

Ow! But then pop them in...

While spinning.
Oh, yeah, while spinning.

(GRUNTS) Ow! My groin!

(LAUGHS)
That's funny, is it?

(LAUGHS) A little.
Well, come on, you try it.

OK, so....feet out.

Yeah, but back in
on every other step.

Yeah! See? And then you spin.

(GRUNTS) Agh!

Oh!
Ooh!

(LAUGHS)
See? It's not easy.

I can do this.

Yeah, you've got to bend.
That's good.

How are my feet?
Yeah, yeah, they're good, babe.

OK, here we go.

Spin!

Ohh! Oh, man! Dizzy.

(CHUCKLES)

Adup! Ad-adup!

Ooh!
Adup!

Huh?

Oh, yeah, hang on.
I think I've got it.

You've got to go, "Bie-upp!
Bie-upp!" while you're doing it!

Bie-upp! Bie-upp!

You re not spinning!
You've got to spin!

Oh, yeah. Ooh...

Bluey, look.
Huh?

Bie-upp!
Bie-upp!

What are they doing?

I don't know,
but it doesn't look like housework.

Bie-upp!
Bie-upp!

What's going on?

MUM AND DAD: Hey! Kids!

Uh... Shouldn't you
be tidying the blankets up?

We finished.

Shouldn't YOU be doing housework?

We haven't started.
Why?

We're trying to walk like you guys.

Why?

We don't know!
Yeah!

Mm, OK.

Can you show us how you do
the 'bie-upp, bie-upp' walk?

Yeah!

OK, you start with your feet out

and then they go in.

Out. In.

Out. In.

MUM AND DAD: Out. In.

Put your bottom out a bit more.

Yay, you got it!
Out. In.

Dad, you need to do duck feet.
Out. In.

Oh, yeah, I forgot.
Out.

And you have to say, "Bie-upp!"

ALL: Bie-upp! Bie-upp!

MUM AND DAD: Bie-upp! Bie-upp!

Bie-upp! Bie-upp!
Yeah, Mum, you're doing it!

Bie-upp! Bie-upp!
Oh! So are you, Dad!

Bie-upp! Bie-upp!
I'm doing it! Whoo-hoo!

(LAUGHS) You got it! You got it!
Go, Dad!

MUM AND DAD:
Bie-upp! Bie-upp! Bie-upp!

(SIGHS) The house is still a mess.

None of the vacuuming is done, but we
can both now do the 'bie-upp' walk.

I think I'm OK with that.

Me too.

Well, we finished our chores,
so we're going to play.

Go for it, girls. Well done.

Bye!

(WHISPERS) Bandit! Bandit! Look!

Huh? What?

Is that OK? Is that OK?

Arms swinging.
One foot in front of the other.

Are we good? Are we good?
Yeah, I think we're good!

BOTH: Yes!

Whoo-hoo! Yeah!
Yes!

Grown-ups are nuts.
(MUM AND DAD LAUGH)

BOTH: Ahh!

You know what that means.

Yeah, I know. Back to the housework.

Yep.

Let's just get through it.

Then we can relax.

(VACUUM WHIRRS)

Bie-upp! Bie-upp!

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Captions by Red Bee Media

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