Bob The Builder

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Dizzy and the Wheely - Dizzy is excited when the team heads to the lighthouse to pave the ramps that lead down to the beach and up to the harbor. Dizzy loves doing wheelies on those ramps! Scrambler and Scratch are impressed, they can't wait to see Dizzy's wheelies! When they get to the ramp, Scrambler accidentally does an amazing wheelie of his own. When Dizzy attempts a wheelie, her wheels clip a stone and she messes up. Dizzy is determined to show everybody that she is the best at wheelies. Bob and Wendy tell Dizzy that it doesn't matter who is the best. But now that she's knocked over all the paving slabs, one has gone missing. She accidentally bumps into it and rises up in the first great wheelie she's managed all day. Now Scrambler and Dizzy are both great at wheelies! Scratch Goes Solo - Ela, the teacher, finds the old school bell, and Bob builds a new bell tower for the school roof. Scratch asks Bob if he can be sent on a job solo, and Bob agrees. But the rest of the team worry that Scratch will get lonely and told Scratch to take the bell, and ring it if he feels too alone. Scratch does miss his friends, so he devises a new plan: he sculpts the pile of mud he's dug out into the shape of another machine! Unfortunately, his mud machine collapses on him and Scratch gets trapped! He really needs to ring the bell now, but it's out of reach! The squirrels ring the bell and the team rescues Scratch. Scratch asks his friends to help him finish the digging job so that he doesn't get lonely. Bob finishes the tower, the bell is hung, and Scratch is the first one to ring it, bringing all the children running in to hug him.
 

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