Franklin (season 3)
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The following is a list of quotes from the third season of Franklin.
Franklin and His Night Friend / Franklin and the Two Henrys [3.1]
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could swim and ride a bike and do many things really well. But one day, Franklin learned that the thing he could do best was just be himself.
- Franklin Turtle: Wow, look at all those stars, dad. There must be a zillion of them.
- Mr. Turtle: Maybe we should count them to find out.
- Franklin Turtle: Dad!
- Mr. Turtle: [Laughs] Let me show you some groups of stars that look like animals.
- Franklin Turtle: Animals? Where?
- Mr. Turtle: [Looking at the stars] Well, let's see here... OK, there's Pegasus, a horse.
- Franklin Turtle: I don't see a horse.
- Mr. Turtle: [Chuckles] It's up there. You have to use your imagination.
- Bear: What happened to your bat costume?
- Franklin Turtle: I put it away.
- Bear: How come? I thought you wanted to be a bat.
- Franklin Turtle: The only "bat" thing I can do is hang upside-down and that gives me a headache.
- Bear: Why do you want to be like Bat anyway? You're already good at being Franklin.
- Franklin Turtle: I want you to come and meet some of my friends.
- Bat: Okay. Can I bring some of my friends too?
- Franklin Turtle: That sounds great. We'll play some games and stuff. See you tonight, Bat.
- Bat: Franklin, wait! Before I go back to sleep, could you take me for a ride on your wheel thing?
- Franklin Turtle: [giggles] On my bike? Sure. Hang on.
- Bat: Wow. This is great.
- Franklin Turtle: Yeah. It is, isn't it?
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He had a pet goldfish named Goldie and a best friend named Bear. But Bear wanted to have a pet, too, and because they were best friends, Franklin wanted to help him.
- Franklin Turtle: Gee, Henry is a special hamster.
- Beaver: Very special. And I'm gonna miss my little Chubby Cheeks.
- Bear: It's okay, Beaver. I'll take good care of him.
- Franklin Turtle: Whoa. What happened to your room?
- Bear: Henry got out of his cage last night.
- Franklin Turtle: Wow. He made all this mess?
- Bear: No, I did, looking for him. And I can't find him.
- Beaver: Bear! That's Henry's cage.
- Bear: Huh? Oh yeah.
- Mrs. Bear: We'd better make a trip to the pet shop and buy your hamster his own home.
- Bear: Do you want to come too?
- Franklin Turtle: Sure.
- Beaver: Okay. I'll go get my wagon to help carry the food and supplies.
- Franklin Turtle: So what are you going to call him, Bear?
- Bear: Henry. Ehh... Henry II.
Frankin's Nature Hike / Franklin's Starring Role [3.2]
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could help his friends build a fort and help his father in the garden. He could even help Mr. Owl plan on a nature hike. But one day Franklin was too helpful.
- Bear: [Looking at the stream] Uh oh.
- Fox: Hey, someone forgot to put a bridge here.
- Goose: [Laughs] Who needs a bridge? [Swims across the stream]
- Fox: Yes, but your feet are waterproof. I'm taking the stepping stones.
- Franklin: Yeah, me too.
- Bear: And this is more fun anyway.
- Beaver: Why did you stop?
- Bear: [Pulls something out of the water] Um... I saw this clam shell. Isn't it neat?
- Beaver: [Growls in frustration]
- Snail: [Riding his small raft across the stream] Good find, Bear.
- [As Snail blows into his raft's sail to move it across the stream, Franklin takes notice]
- Franklin: [Chuckles] Snail? What are you doing? [Picks Snail up and puts him on his shell] Save your breath, Snail. Just whistle when you need help. I'm never far away.
- Snail: [Sighs] I know.
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could tell stories and act in front of an audience. But one day Franklin learned that you don't have to be in center stage to be a star.
Franklin's Masterpiece / Franklin and the Computer [3.3]
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He did drawings for his friends and paintings for his Granny. Then one day, Franklin painted a picture for an art contest.
Mr. Turtle: I'd like to order six chocolate sundaes. Franklin Turtle: Oh boy! Fox: Ooh, sundaes. Beaver: Two in one day? Bear: And we don't have to share! Mr. Turtle: Oh, sorry. Those are for me. Franklin Turtle: Dad!
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He knew lots of games and all of their rules. But one day, Franklin learned that friendship is more important than winning a game.
Franklin Turtle: Do you know I've almost beaten level three? Mrs. Turtle: That's quite an accomplishment. I guess.
Franklin Turtle: I decided that there were more important things than Dam Builders. Beaver: Like playing soccer? Franklin Turtle: Yeah, like playing soccer - with my best friends.
Franklin the Trooper / Franklin's Fossil [3.4]
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He liked to help his mother make cookies and he liked to help his father rake leaves. But one day, Franklin was tired of being a helper.
- Franklin Turtle: See you later, mom!
- [Mrs. Muskrat is carrying a wagon full of paint when Franklin runs into her]
- Mrs. Muskrat: Whoa!
- Franklin Turtle: Aah!
- Mrs. Muskrat: Oh dear.
- Franklin Turtle: Sorry, Mrs. Muskrat.
- Mrs. Muskrat: Not a problem, Franklin. I always enjoy "running into" a friend. [Chuckles]
- Franklin Turtle: Oh, I get it! [Laughs]
- Mrs. Muskrat: You are a trooper, Franklin. And we're a team.
- Franklin Turtle: Thanks for letting friends come on the boat, too, Mrs. Muskrat.
- Mrs. Muskrat: I'm glad to have them aboard. But, you know, I wouldn't have finished the boat on time if it weren't for all your hard work.
- Franklin Turtle: It wasn't easy... but it sure was worth it.
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could read the books that his friends gave him and drink the lemonade that they made for him on hot summer days. But one day, Franklin learned that giving back is an important part of friendship, too.
Bear: Thank you very much. Franklin Turtle: And enjoy the museum. Beaver: For two cookies, I'd better.
Beaver: You'd better throw this rusty old nail away. Bear: It's on display. Beaver: You put a rusty nail on display? Bear: That's what museums have. Really old things.
Bear: You can see it on display at our museum. Beaver: For two cookies, right? Franklin Turtle: Sort of, but this time we're giving you a cookie. Beaver: Huh? You're giving us cookies? Goose: How come? Fox: Yeah, why are you giving them to us? Franklin Turtle: Because that's the kind of thing friends do. Beaver: Great! We'll come every day! Just kidding.
Franklin and the Fortune Teller / Franklin's Cellar [3.5]
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He had friends who told stories and friends who told jokes. But one day, a friend told Franklin about the things that would happen tomorrow.
- Beaver: Well, Franklin, how was your day?
- Franklin: Terrible! [Laughs] The worst!
- Beaver: Then why are you so happy?
- Franklin: Because I can start having fun again. I wasted too much time today worrying about things that will probably never happen.
- Beaver: If the Top of Destiny says it will happen, then it will happen. I'm looking forward to a big surprise today. The Top of Destiny said so. OW!!!
- [There's a Crayfish pinching the end of her tail]
- Franklin: Hey! The Top of Destiny is right again!
- [Franklin, Bear, Rabbit and Fox laugh]
- Beaver: [Throws the crayfish back into the pond] Well, maybe it's not right every time.
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could use his imagination to make the moon smile and the clouds look like animals. But one day, Franklin imagined something that he wished would go away.
Franklin Plants a Tree / Franklin the Hero [3.6]
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He liked caring for hid gold fish and tending his garden. But, when Franklin found out he was getting his very own tree to plant, he had such big plans.
Beaver: I've got a special place for you in our front yard. Rabbit: What kind did you get, Beaver? Beaver: An ash tree. So do you know what I'm going to call it? Ashley.
Franklin Turtle: Do you think my tree will be big enough for a tree fort some day? Mr. Heron: It's quite possible, Franklin. As I said, even the largest tree grows from the smallest twig. Franklin Turtle: Bear, do you want to come to my house and help me plant my tree? Bear: Sure. Franklin Turtle: Then, come on. We've got to get this in the garden. It has a lot of growing to do. Bye, Mr. Heron. Bear: See you later, Mr. Heron. Mr. Heron: Good-bye, boys. And have a happy Earth Day.
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could reach for the cookie jar without a chair and he could lift a basket of apples with one hand. But one day, Franklin wondered if he had what it took to be a hero.
Franklin Turtle: Hey, let's pretend we're real rescue heroes. My name can be... Turtle-roo. Snail: And I can be Dyna-snail. Franklin Turtle: Together, we'll keep the world safe!
Franklin Turtle: But heroes are really strong. Snail: Yeah, and really fast. Mr. Heron: They can be. But more important, heroes are individuals who put the needs of others above their own and that's what you did. Oh, yes, Dynaroo has something for you. Franklin Turtle: Oh, wow! Snail: Your new jungle adventure book! Franklin Turtle: Thanks, Dynaroo!
Franklin's Day Off / Franklin's Homemade Cookies [3.7]
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He liked to ride his bike and build things, too, but when it was time to put away the things he'd built, Franklin wanted ride his bike instead.
Mrs. Turtle: Franklin? I thought you were going on a ride with Bear. Franklin Turtle: I am, but I can't find the rake. Mrs. Turtle: [chuckles] You're going to ride the rake? Franklin Turtle: Huh? No, I need it to find the bicycle pump.
Mr. Turtle: Now, isn't nice to come home and not have that fort to take down? Franklin Turtle: Sure is, Dad. And it's nice to have a patch on my tire so it doesn't go flat all the time. Hey, Dad, you should rake up those leaves over there before they blow all over the place. Mr. Turtle: Aw, can't I do it later? I want to pull weeds. Franklin Turtle: Dad!
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could swim in the pond and play find the acorn in the woods. He knew how to play fair and how to share his homemade treats. And one day, Franklin learned something new about being kind to a friend. Beaver: I must be getting warmer now, right? Fox: Uh uh. Not even close. Beaver: Not even close? Where did you hide it? On another planet? Raccoon: Yeah. We've looked for that acorn in places where Squirrel wouldn't even think of. Fox: Well, I can tell you one place you haven't thought of looking. Beaver , Raccoon , Franklin Turtle , Bear: Where? Fox: The place where it is!
Franklin Turtle: Well, do you like them? Mr. Turtle: They're very... crunchy. Mrs. Turtle: And they're very... gingery. Franklin Turtle: But do they taste good? Mr. Turtle: Why don't you try one and see what you think?
Bear: I guess it is funny looking. Franklin Turtle: I don't care. I like it anyway, Bear. Bear: And I like your cookies. They don't taste very much like your ginger cookies, but they're still really good. Franklin Turtle: Thanks, Bear.
Franklin the Fabulous / Franklin Camps Out [3.8]
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could ride a bike and read a storybook too. But sometimes Franklin learned that learning something new starts with many small steps.
Bear: Abracadabra? Franklin: Aren't you supposed to say that before you make something disappear Bear? Bear: Gee Franklin. I can't talk with my mouth full.
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could ride a bike and read a storybook. But one day Franklin couldn't do anything he did to help all by himself.
Franklin's friends: ♪ Oh we'll all come out to greet her when she comes ♪ Fox: Hi there! Franklin's friends: ♪ All come out to greet her when she comes ♪ Fox: Hi there! Franklin's friends: ♪ All come out to greet her when she all come out to greet her when she yes we'll all come out to greet her when she comes ♪
Franklin: You should always try to paddle your own canoe. Ta-da! Whoa-whoa! But he never said I'd get wet. Fox: Horray for Franklin! Rabbit: He did it all by himself! Beaver: Wooooooo! Snail: Yahooo!
Franklin and the Puppy / Franklin Takes the Bus [3.9]
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He found a caterpillar in his garden and he found a crayfish in the stream. But one day a puppy found Franklin.
Bear: What about the trick where he goes to school in your book bag? Franklin: All the tricks except for that one.
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could take his turn on the playground and he could take his extra helping of fly pie. But one day Franklin took something without asking first.
Beaver: I was wondering. Could I borrow some of your cars for my presentation? Franklin: Sure. And I'm glad you asked first.
Franklin and the Copycat / Big Brother Franklin [3.10]
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could read stories and he could draw the most colorful clouds in his class. But one day, someone drew colorful clouds that looked just like Franklin's. Rabbit: Wow, great clouds, Franklin. Franklin Turtle: Thanks. They're my sunset clouds. Beaver: Okay, let's see these clouds. Oh - they are good.
Mrs. Turtle: No one's artwork will ever be the same as yours, Franklin.
Franklin Turtle: I learned to draw sunset clouds by copying from my favorite poster. Rabbit: You did? Franklin Turtle: Yep. I'm a copycat. Rabbit: And I learned to draw sunset clouds from my favorite artist: you, Franklin. Franklin Turtle: Gee, thanks, Rabbit. Franklin Turtle , Rabbit: Here comes the bus! Copycat!
- Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He liked pancakes with ladybug sprinkles and he liked playing games with friends. And one day, he thought he might like being a big brother.
- Squirrel: [Laughs] You're funny. Hi, I'm Squirrel. I'm here visiting my Granny.
- Franklin Turtle: I'm Franklin, and this is Fox and Raccoon.
- Fox + Raccoon: Hi.
- Squirrel: Can I play too?
- Fox: Gee, I don't know, we're doing big kids' stuff.
- Raccoon: Yeah, we don't want you to get hurt or anything.
- Squirrel: But that looked like fun!
- Franklin Turtle: So now what do you want to do?
- Raccoon: Well, I could go ask my little brother to play with us.
- Franklin Turtle: Okay, but you have to share.
- Raccoon: Okay, but I get to be big brother first, 'cause he really is my little brother.
- Fox: And then I'm next. Franklin already had a turn.
Franklin and the Grump / Franklin's Promise [3.11]
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He knew when to say please and when to say thank you. But one day Franklin didn't know what to say when he met someone who was grumpy.
Franklin/Mr. Groundhog: Happy Groundhog Day! Others: Happy Groundhog Day!
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could help weed the garden and help set the table too. But one day Franklin couldn't do anything he promised.
Mrs. Turtle: Good morning, Franklin. Franklin: Good morning! It's a terrible morning, Mom!
Mrs. Turtle: Something planned has come. A picnic.
Franklin and the Thunderstorm / Franklin's Maple Syrup [3.12]
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. Sometimes, he slept without a night light. And he could even go down to the cellar all by himself. But one day, Franklin learned that being afraid was nothing to be ashamed of. Franklin Turtle: Franklin makes a move around the rosebush and passes to... Franklin! He shoots! Bear: He scores! Franklin Turtle: You're right on time, Bear. Let's go. Snail wants us to meet him at the bridge.
Fox: Hey! Are we talking or playing! Beaver: Yeah. I don't know about Franklin the fearless.
Franklin Turtle: Hey, look! A rainbow! Beaver: Isn't it pretty? Bear: Wow. Snail: Neat. Mrs. Goose: You know, they say there's a pot of gold at the end of every rainbow. Franklin Turtle: So that's why the storm is over. Those cloud giants have gone to find the pot of gold.
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He liked to have fun making snowmen and riding on his sled. And one day, Franklin learned that working together with others can be the most fun of all.
Bear: Guys, why don't we all eat our blueberry pancakes together before they get cold? Franklin Turtle: Okay, Bear. Beaver: Great idea. Bear , Franklin Turtle , Beaver , Fox: [enjoying the pancakes] Mmm.
Franklin Helps Out / Franklin's Missing Snacks [3.13]
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could help his mother in the garden and he could help his father hang the wash. But one day Franklin learned that home wasn't the only place where he could help.
Mr. Owl: Well, it sounds to me that you helped the community a lot today, Franklin. Franklin: I did? Mr. Owl: Yes. You helped your friends help others and that's an important job too. Franklin: Yes! I did do a good job! Mr. Mole: Mr. Owl, would you and your community helpers like to come to my house for some cookies and lemonade? Mr. Owl: Well that sounds like a very generous idea, Mr. Mole. What else can I say but "YES!"
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He had a bike, a baseball glove and all kinds of toys. But one day Franklin learned that what he had is a best friend.
Fox: It's all yours, Bear! Franklin: Huh? Where are you going!? Bear: I just remembered! I have to leave!
Fox: On second thought I think I'll try a razzle berry dazzle bar. What!? I'm saving mine for later!