Bob The Builder

A Very Important Visitor

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Everybody is getting ready for the Big Summer Party in Bobland Bay and Bob and his team are going to build two shelter stops for Splasher's new ferry route. Splasher just can't wait for them to finish! He races around announcing his new route, but no timetable has been put in place yet. Despite what he thinks, Splasher can't be everywhere at once. With passengers waiting at both stops Splasher gets into a muddle and starts to think he has let everyone down, until he sees radio DJ Mike Turntable's speakers and has a great idea. Using the speakers and his talkie-talkie, Splasher creates a loudspeaker system so he can announce his arrival times and be Super-Splasher once more. Mr. Carruthers, the Chief Building Inspector, arrives in Sunflower Valley to inspect the Team's work. The machines try to show all the good parts of Sunflower Valley but only remember their mistakes! The machines worry that they are useless and rush in to defend Bob before Mr. Carruthers can give his verdict. Luckily Mr. Carruthers thinks that Sunflower Valley is the very best community he has ever had the pleasure of inspecting and that they must have had an awful lot of fun building it!
 

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