History Funny / Franklin

20th Mar '16 11:44:26 PM JMQwilleran
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-->'''Mrs. Warbler''': (''normal voice, matter-of-fact'') Yeah, knock yourself out.

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-->'''Mrs. Warbler''': (''normal voice, matter-of-fact'') Yeah, knock yourself out.out.
* The entire situation with Mr. Gopher in ''Franklin and the Green Knight''. He gets himself stuck in the round-shaped window opening of his home and calls out for help, but first refuses to admit to Franklin and Snail that he's stuck out of embarrassment. Then, when they try to pull him out, he notes that it would probably be best if they did it from "the other end," noting that the backdoor is open. Finally, after all of that, when they're leaving, he pokes his head out the window to bid them good luck, only to get stuck ''again''.
20th Mar '16 6:38:29 PM JMQwilleran
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* In the book ''Franklin Says I Love You'', when Franklin tells Mr. Turtle that it's Mrs. Turtle's birthday the next day, the narration states simply "His father looked surprised."

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* In the book ''Franklin Says I Love You'', when Franklin tells Mr. Turtle that it's Mrs. Turtle's birthday the next day, the narration states simply "His father looked surprised.""
* In ''Franklin and the Green Knight'', before Franklin and Snail can get some cherry blossoms from the tree, they first have to face off against the protective mother bird, Mrs. Warbler. They designate her the "guardian of the tree," referencing the ''Green Knight'' story. After they work out their misunderstanding, she decides to have a bit of fun by playing along with the whole thing, at least for a bit.
-->'''Mrs. Warbler''': (''majestic voice'') Oh, Green Knight, as guardian of the tree, I give you permission to take as many cherry blossoms as you need.
-->'''Franklin''': Really?!
-->'''Mrs. Warbler''': (''normal voice, matter-of-fact'') Yeah, knock yourself out.
19th Jul '15 7:22:45 PM JMQwilleran
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* In "Franklin the Inventor" from ''Franklin and Friends'', there's something oddly amusing about Franklin's expressions of ecstasy as Fox scratches his itchy shell and later Mr. Fox does so using his new mechanical backscratcher invention.

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* In "Franklin the Inventor" from ''Franklin and Friends'', there's something oddly amusing about Franklin's expressions of ecstasy as Fox scratches his itchy shell and later Mr. Fox does so using his new mechanical backscratcher invention.invention.
* In the book ''Franklin Says I Love You'', when Franklin tells Mr. Turtle that it's Mrs. Turtle's birthday the next day, the narration states simply "His father looked surprised."
28th Mar '15 7:23:23 PM JMQwilleran
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--->'''Franklin''': (''to himself, sniffing under his armpit'') I smell nice!

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--->'''Franklin''': (''to himself, sniffing under his armpit'') I smell nice!nice!
* In "Franklin the Inventor" from ''Franklin and Friends'', there's something oddly amusing about Franklin's expressions of ecstasy as Fox scratches his itchy shell and later Mr. Fox does so using his new mechanical backscratcher invention.
25th Aug '14 10:11:24 AM JMQwilleran
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* Pretty much the entirety of the sequence in which Beaver visits Franklin and Bears' awful garden-shed "museum" in "Franklin's Fossil." First, she has to pay two cookies to get in and expresses doubt that what she's going to see would be worth two cookies. Upon going inside, she finds a rusty nail, which Franklin and Bear have put in the museum because "museums have really old things." The next thing on display is a picture of Franklin and his Granny, which they excuse because Granny is "really old." The only thing that Beaver actually finds interesting about the museum is the fossil, but Franklin and Bear are unable to tell her anything about it, other than that it's "[[RunningGag really old]], older than Franklin's Granny." Beaver demands her cookies back, only for Franklin to show her the crumbled remains of one of the cookies and Bear to indicate his stomach.

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* Pretty much the entirety of the sequence in which Beaver visits Franklin and Bears' awful garden-shed "museum" in "Franklin's Fossil." First, she has to pay two cookies to get in and expresses doubt that what she's going to see would be worth two cookies. Upon going inside, she finds a rusty nail, which Franklin and Bear have put in the museum because "museums have really old things." The next thing on display is a picture of Franklin and his Granny, which they excuse because Granny is "really old." The only thing that Beaver actually finds interesting about the museum is the fossil, but Franklin and Bear are unable to tell her anything about it, other than that it's "[[RunningGag really old]], older than Franklin's Granny." Beaver demands her cookies back, only for Franklin to show her the crumbled remains of one of the cookies and Bear to indicate his stomach.stomach.
* Franklin's reaction in ''Franklin and the Green Knight: The Movie'' when Mrs. Goose comments about how babies smell so nice with that "special baby smell."
--->'''Franklin''': (''to himself, sniffing under his armpit'') I smell nice!
7th Jun '14 9:44:10 AM JMQwilleran
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* Pretty much the entirety of the sequence in which Beaver visits Franklin and Bears' awful garden-shed "museum" in "Franklin's Fossil." First, she has to pay two cookies to get in and expresses doubt that what she's going to see would be worth two cookies. Upon going inside, she finds a rusty nail, which Franklin and Bear have put in the museum because "museums have really old things." The next thing on display is a picture of Franklin and his Granny, which they excuse because Granny is "really old." The only thing that Beaver actually finds interesting about the museum is the fossil, but Franklin and Bear are unable to tell her anything about it, other than that it's "really old, older than Franklin's Granny." Beaver demands her cookies back, only for Franklin to show her the crumbled remains of one of the cookies and Bear to indicate his stomach.

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* Pretty much the entirety of the sequence in which Beaver visits Franklin and Bears' awful garden-shed "museum" in "Franklin's Fossil." First, she has to pay two cookies to get in and expresses doubt that what she's going to see would be worth two cookies. Upon going inside, she finds a rusty nail, which Franklin and Bear have put in the museum because "museums have really old things." The next thing on display is a picture of Franklin and his Granny, which they excuse because Granny is "really old." The only thing that Beaver actually finds interesting about the museum is the fossil, but Franklin and Bear are unable to tell her anything about it, other than that it's "really old, "[[RunningGag really old]], older than Franklin's Granny." Beaver demands her cookies back, only for Franklin to show her the crumbled remains of one of the cookies and Bear to indicate his stomach.
7th Jun '14 9:43:36 AM JMQwilleran
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* Pretty much the entirety of the sequence in which Beaver visit Franklin and Bear's awful garden-shed "museum" in "Franklin's Fossil." First, she has to pay two cookies to get in and expresses doubt that what she's going to see would be worth two cookies. Upon going inside, she finds a rusty nail, which Franklin and Bear have put in the museum because "museums have really old things." The next thing on display is a picture of Franklin and his Granny, which they excuse because Granny is "really old." The only thing that Beaver actually finds interesting about the museum is the fossil, but Franklin and Bear are unable to tell her anything about it, other than that it's "really old, older than Franklin's Granny." Beaver demands her cookies back, only for Franklin to show her the crumbled remains of one of the cookies and Bear to indicate his stomach.

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* Pretty much the entirety of the sequence in which Beaver visit visits Franklin and Bear's Bears' awful garden-shed "museum" in "Franklin's Fossil." First, she has to pay two cookies to get in and expresses doubt that what she's going to see would be worth two cookies. Upon going inside, she finds a rusty nail, which Franklin and Bear have put in the museum because "museums have really old things." The next thing on display is a picture of Franklin and his Granny, which they excuse because Granny is "really old." The only thing that Beaver actually finds interesting about the museum is the fossil, but Franklin and Bear are unable to tell her anything about it, other than that it's "really old, older than Franklin's Granny." Beaver demands her cookies back, only for Franklin to show her the crumbled remains of one of the cookies and Bear to indicate his stomach.
7th Jun '14 9:43:18 AM JMQwilleran
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* "Harriet, don't eat the caterpillar" in ''Back to School with Franklin''

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* "Harriet, don't eat the caterpillar" in ''Back to School with Franklin''Franklin''
* Pretty much the entirety of the sequence in which Beaver visit Franklin and Bear's awful garden-shed "museum" in "Franklin's Fossil." First, she has to pay two cookies to get in and expresses doubt that what she's going to see would be worth two cookies. Upon going inside, she finds a rusty nail, which Franklin and Bear have put in the museum because "museums have really old things." The next thing on display is a picture of Franklin and his Granny, which they excuse because Granny is "really old." The only thing that Beaver actually finds interesting about the museum is the fossil, but Franklin and Bear are unable to tell her anything about it, other than that it's "really old, older than Franklin's Granny." Beaver demands her cookies back, only for Franklin to show her the crumbled remains of one of the cookies and Bear to indicate his stomach.
29th Aug '12 11:12:51 PM JMQwilleran
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* In "Franklin's Library Book," Franklin and Mr. Turtle visit the library to donate a large box of books and an increasingly aggrieved Mr. Turtle is left toting the heavy box around the library while Mrs. Goose helps Franklin and Bear with first finding books and then getting library cards.
28th Aug '12 9:56:30 AM JMQwilleran
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* Additionally in "Franklin is Messy," there's an entertaining visual gag in which Franklin carelessly tosses a block into Goldie's fishbowl and her eyes bug out really wide, and then she darts behind her playhouse



* In "Franklin the Coach," Beaver declares "You are what you eat, and I won't have any marshmallows on my team!"

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* In "Franklin the Coach," Beaver declares "You are what you eat, and I won't have any marshmallows on my team!"team!"
* "Harriet, don't eat the caterpillar" in ''Back to School with Franklin''
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