ZOOM, Series I; 424
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This program is funded by grants from McDonald's Corporation of Donald's restaurants and by public television stations. The Ford Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Which Tell me young man are you great seas days. Well to tell you the truth Roland what do you mean by that. There was. No. Pinky Alvarado of Flushing New York right. Do so and I want you to lie on your back all in a row and put your feet up in the air. Then place a box on top of the first person's board and pass it down the line to the last person using only your feet. OK. I just was.
Hoping no. All right. But. It's OK for you to. Give. Me Up. There I am. Another episode. This is the last resort. You bet. Hi guys.
Yeah. Rick you know I just say oh I just came in and it's addressed to the both of you. Both of us don't see it. You may get it. What does it say. It says there. Are some. And. Then also says that they don't want to see me. I just. This is here that you are too old to become a rock star. You. Choke. And. That's what it says. Gosh I'm sorry. I have to be going. I can't pass up this chance.
Well I hope you're right your friends once I'm with me. I want to. If you leave me I'll never forget you as your manager. The Milky Way Lies this is your chance. Take it Ricky. I'm warning you if you leave me I'll never forgive you. I worked for what it made for Chelsea. It's is a big chance. What am I going to do. How can I decide what to do you know. What. Have I got a problem for you. I hear you taught me well it's like this. You see. So it's you know I just got a letter from the recording but you know I'm a singer. What do you bloody What can you do about it. That I cannot tell
you why you so people's problem some people problem. Yes make decisions by them. No I don't. And now that he had the right to run your life I guess you. Don't want me to do what you said. Oh it took a fit. It's not like you had the right to write the way you want. I do what. She's right Ricky argues well when I've made up my mind. Good because here comes to it. Oh Suzy. I made up my mind. I'm not going. What. I do want. What about the let me just say to
me. If you want to go I want to stay and maybe a chair for us all. That. Way. Maybe next. Why wasn't Cinderella a very good football player. Well they tell me she had a pumpkin coach.
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She probably has a date tonight and I would ruin it. Tom I have to rule that one out too. He's such an old man. He wouldn't be able to stand it. I have a strong looking woman. She could take anything I bet. Here I go. How should I approach it. Through her nose job. No not through her nose I know through her mouth. That should be easy. I just have to wait for her to open it. Swash down her throat. Well I feel like I'm on a seesaw or a swing. Oops. I have it under her eyelids. Oh forget it. Too much make up. I should get paid more for my job. I don't exactly having fun. Well. My last resort. Down here that always works. Here goes. Down the slide. That was a close one. I thought I was going to fly out the other year.
Well the flu started should be showing in an hour. Just as I suspected a very healthy body. What's this red salmon coming down. Oh it stinks. I know it's medicine. It's closing in on me. Let me hold on. I bet you do damn if you climb back up here. It's so hard. Wow. I never managed it. I really made it out. Let's see YOU SHOULD I think is my next victim. What a crazy. I feel we are at the scene of the fire. Can you tell me how did that man get out of the burning soap factory. He slid down the ladder. Sure yeah I.
Know. Time I missed him man. And I've been saying for most of my life. Kiran and Tony are the two girls that take guitar lessons with me. Like most of my music lessons for mischief a sham playing we get along real good and we like to play music together and we just have a lot of fun. Country music is something that you can put your whole heart and soul into.
Because music down here is what we call Cajun music. It's really put stuff in music so if anybody hears it you can't stand still. The other is which you call 1. Percent. OK. But he's been playing music and he teaches me most of what he knows. And I really enjoy it and know it is my head to. Write. So I said OK. This feel it takes a lot of practice in a lot of time and that's
most the time if you term fish know you. Jam is sort of like a ride on to me. Because. You sing Gage once for me. Any. He just shows me the right way to do you. I want to emphasize that Jim and I are now in the process of making a record and that's where your career really begins after you make your first record. Let's run through it again so we get it done.
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Remember folks don't forget to include a say Z. Once upon a time in a large peaceful meadow there lived a frog. Do you look at that cone over there. Did you see that. When she go watch weather tail on all those insects. Not going off like crazy. I wish I had it till July don't boy do I ever. I wonder how I could get me a tale to find out you know to miss come out saying Ms. Don't you mean that stuff. Can't you speak plain English like the rest of us. Anyways I gotta ask you a question and I can't wait around here all day. What's your question buster. I was watching you swallow all of lies with your tail I was wondering how I could get dressed like yours.
Groups eat grass. Eat. Grass. Well I'll try anything once. So the frog went back to home part of the meadow. Yeah. Oh. I can't tell you how awful this grass taste. And besides it's not even growing me at 10:00 a.m. The very next day a horse moved into the meadow. What kind of cow is that. I love going to swat those nasty flaws. I'm going to check him out. So the frog went over to the horse. So a fellow Well Karnak our you dopey would take us out of the horse. Oh yeah I've heard of those. Woke up to food. I want to tale. In fact I really need one but I don't have one and I was wondering how you got yours. By email you I guess. Hey hey. Well at least it sounds better than grass. And as I said before I'll try
anything once. So the frog was once more to own part of the meadow. Yeah. This is. Worse than grass. What can I do. The Frogs thought and thought for a long long long long time. I got it. I asked the wise old owl. So the frog went back to the wise old owl and that was the end of the frog. If you have a player David if you like to write play especially for me write about Boston Mass 0 2 1 3 4. Yeah I think so.
Let's. Take you to infinite peace now. Let's end it with this. OK. Let's. Get. It. Right. OK so. Really beautiful. Oh neat.
I wonder how many cookies we ended. Up on the back and get started.
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But what. Am I not. Maybe have my hat. On I don't you name your number. The news began his day and I get dizzy. You don't have to wait. OK OK but what happens to me whenever you run send me on my. Day was safety and all that right. Well you do me and I love and see you tight. On their. IPhones iPads. Margaret my. Boss. Has. No. Will resume after this important message. Have i for bands. I have a VBA Mole's lot I miss swabbie job or not it. If it was ever in I'm about to be double now that it was sub all soft TV.
Why aren't you Bob I even tubal it. You will we will not both have a taste of M about the death of a double knots about about above dumbass world. Well folks ever leave me she will keep it a whole bowl. And now back to zero. Let's.
Say the people there. How did you. Do. That. Let. Me. Let me. Let me.
- ZOOM, Series I
- Episode Number
- Producing Organization
- WGBH Educational Foundation
- Contributing Organization
- WGBH (Boston, Massachusetts)
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- "ZOOM is a children's show comprised of weekly half-hour episodes which showed what youngsters do and think. Seven ZOOMers hosted each episdoe, and the cast changed over run of series. ZOOM premiered locally as ""Summer-Do"" in 1970, and premiered nationally in January 1972. ZOOMers played games, told jokes, riddles (called Fannee Doolees) and stories and did crafts projects...and invited ideas from their audience. The result was an avalanche of ZOOMmail - in the first season, over 200,000 letters. Additionally, the Ubbi Dubbi language was invented by ZOOM."
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- Moving Image
Producing Organization: WGBH Educational Foundation
Production Unit: Children's Programming (STS)
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Identifier: 55775 (WGBH Barcode)
Format: Digital Betacam
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