Maggie – 29 – GO TO SLEEP, SHEEP / THE MISSING SPOT / BLUE MOON


[ ♪♪♪ ] ♪ MAGGIE AND
THE FEROCIOUS BEAST ♪ ♪ IN NOWHERE LAND ♪ ♪ TO NOWHERE LAND ♪ ♪ COME ALONG IF YOU CAN ♪ ♪ HEY-HO, COME ON,
LET’S GO TO NOWHERE LAND ♪ ♪ WITH MAGGIE AND
THE FEROCIOUS BEAST ♪ GREAT GOOGLY-MOOGLY! [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Reading ]
…AND SO,
HUMPY-DUMPTY
SAT ON THE WALL, WHILE EVERYONE WAITED
FOR HUMPTY TO FALL. BUT HUMPTY JUST SAT
ON THE WALL AND SAID, “YOU PEOPLE MUST THINK
THAT I’M OUT OF MY HEAD. DO YOU REALLY THINK
I’D TAKE A CHANCE
TO FALL OFF AGAIN? I HAVE GLUE ON MY PANTS.” OH, MAGGIE,
THAT’S NOT
HOW IT ENDS. [ Giggling ] I KNOW. I CHANGED IT. All:
[ Giggling ] NEXT, WILL YOU
READ US THE STORY ABOUT THE FLY
IN THE MARMALADE? OR THE ONE
WITH THE ZEBRA WHO TRADED ITS
STRIPES FOR
A NEW HAT? WE HEARD THAT
ONE LAST NIGHT,
HAMILTON. IT’S BORING. THE ZEBRA TRADES
HIS STRIPES
FOR A NEW HAT, WE KNOW, WE KNOW! BUT IT’S MY TURN
TO PICK THE STORY. [ Chuckle ] HOW ABOUT I READ
BOTH STORIES? MM-HM. LET ME BRUSH MY
TEETH AND GET READY
FOR BED FIRST. ME TOO. [ ♪♪♪ ] THANKS, MAGGIE. MMMM! [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Goofy chuckle ] Hamilton & Maggie:
[ Laughing ] OH, BEAST. [ Rustling of grass ] LOOK. ISN’T THAT A
LITTLE BIT LOW FOR A CLOUD
TO BE FLOATING? Maggie:
AHH! IT’S ONE OF
THE DREAM SHEEP. [ Sad bleating ] HELLO THERE,
LITTLE SHEEP. [ Sad bleating ] YOU LOOK
VERY TIRED. [ Yawning ] YOU DON’T LOOK
LIKE YOU’VE SLEPT. [ Bleating ] I THITHN’T KNOW THAT
DWEAM SEEP NEETHED SEEP. I DIDN’T KNOW
THAT DREAM SHEEP
NEEDED SLEEP. OF COURSE, BEAST. THEY JUST GO
TO SLEEP EARLIER
THAN WE DO BECAUSE THEY SPEND
THEIR NIGHTS HELPING
OTHERS FALL ASLEEP. [ Yawning ] OH.
[ Yawning ] [ Sigh of fatigue ] HE LOOKS LIKE HE’S
HAVING TROUBLE
GOING TO SLEEP. [ Bleating
in agreement ] HMM. MAYBE
WE CAN HELP. THAT’S A GREAT
IDEA, MAGGIE. YES, LET’S HELP. OH! WHY DON’T
I SING HIM
A LULLABY? I’VE GOT IT! I’LL
BE RIGHT BACK. [ ♪♪♪ ] THIS IS MY SPECIAL
BEDTIME BLANKET. IT’S SO SOFT
AND COMFORTABLE, IT PUTS ME TO
SLEEP RIGHT AWAY. [ Bleating happily ] NOW LET’S BE
VERY QUIET SO THE SHEEP
CAN FALL ASLEEP. AW! WHAT ABOUT
THE MARMALADE
STORY? BEAST, WE SHOULD
TRY TO LET THE SHEEP
FALL ASLEEP FIRST. WE CAN READ
THE STORY LATER. YES, BEAST. AND WE’LL ALSO READ
THE ZEBRA STORY.
RIGHT, MAGGIE? RIGHT. NOW, SHH! YES, HAMILTON. SHH! [ Snoring ] I THINK IT’S WORKING. [ Snoring ] [ Grunts of
restlessness ] [ Moaning ] DON’T YOU LIKE
MY BLANKET? [ Sad bleating ] [ Sigh of fatigue ] I THINK IT’S
MAKING HIM
ITCHY, HAMILTON. HMPH! [ Giggling ] WHY DON’T I JUST
SING HIM A LULLABY? SOMETIMES WHEN
I’M TIRED BUT
CAN’T SLEEP, IT HELPS TO HAVE
A BEDTIME SNACK AND A WARM
GLASS OF MILK. [ Gasp ]
BUT WE JUST
BRUSHED OUR TEETH! YES! WE JUST
BRUSHED OUR TEETH! [ Giggling ]
NOT YOU, BEAST.
THE SHEEP. [ Happy bleating ] [ Munching ] [ ♪♪♪ ] I HOPE THIS
DOES THE TRICK. [ Munching ] [ Burping ]
[ Sighs of satisfaction ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Loud sneeze ] SORRY. [ Sad bleating ] I REALLY THINK
I SHOULD JUST SING
HIM A LULLABY. I COUNT DREAM SHEEP
JUMPING OVER THE FENCE WHEN I HAVE TROUBLE
FALLING ASLEEP. SO MAYBE WHEN DREAM
SHEEP HAVE TROUBLE
FALLING ASLEEP, THEY SHOULD COUNT ME. OR I COULD SING
HIM A LULLABY. GOOD THINKING,
HAMILTON. HMPH. BUT THERE IS
ONLY ONE OF
YOU, HAMILTON. IT TAKES MORE
THAN ONE SHEEP TO
PUT ME TO SLEEP. WHAT IF WE ALL TAKE
TURNS JUMPING THE FENCE UNTIL THE SHEEP
IS FAST ASLEEP? OH. OKAY. ARE YOU READY? [ Bleating ] THEN LET THE
COUNTING BEGIN! ONE! [ Grunt ]
OKAY, HAMILTON. YOUR TURN. [ Panting ] [ Groans of effort ] Maggie:
COME ON,
HAMILTON. YOU CAN DO IT. THIS IS TOUGHER
THAN IT LOOKS. [ Grunts of effort ] T… TWO!
THANKS, BEAST. WHOA! OOF. OKAY, BEAST,
YOUR TURN! [ Panting ] THREE-EE-EE-EE! [ Grunt of
landing ] [ Crashing ] [ Moaning ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Sighs of fatigue ] [ Sigh ] THERE MUST BE
SOMETHING WE
HAVEN’T TRIED YET. YES. BUT WHAT? [ Groans of frustration ] WHY DON’T I SING
HIM A LULLABY? [ Giggling ]
SING A LULLABY? [ Giggle ]
YOU? HAH, NOW THAT
I WOULD LOVE TO SEE. WELL I THINK
IT’S WORTH A TRY. [ Humming ] GOT IT. CLOSE YOUR EYES FIRST. [ ♪♪♪ ] ♪ LITTLE SHEEP,
LITTLE SHEEP ♪ ♪ NOW IT’S TIME,
GO TO SLEEP ♪ ♪ SEE THE MOON
SAILING BY ♪ ♪ IN THE SOFT
VELVET SKY ♪ ♪ UNDER A BLANKET
OF STARS ♪ ♪ THAT WILL KEEP YOU COZY
AND WARM WHILE YOU SLEEP ♪ ♪ LITTLE SHEEP,
LITTLE SHEEP ♪ ♪ CLOSE YOUR EYES,
GO TO SLEEP ♪ ♪ SEE THE MOON
SAILING BY ♪ ♪ IN THE SOFT
VELVET SKY ♪ ♪ WHILE FIREFLIES LANTERNS
ARE BURNING BRIGHT ♪ ♪ IT’S TIME TO SAY
GOOD NIGHT ♪ [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Soft gasp ] [ Snoring ] MAGGIE, HAMILTON, LOOK. MY LULLABY HELPED
THE DREAM SHEEP TO… Both:
[ Snoring ] …FALL ASLEEP. [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Soft bleating ] [ Bleating ] All:
[ Bleating ] All:
[ Snoring ] [ ♪♪♪ ] Birds:
[ Cackling/screeching ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Inhaling ] [ Yawning ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Squawking ] All:
SHOO! [ Frightened squawks ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ ♪♪♪ ] PSST! [ ♪♪♪ ] ARE WE CLEAR? COME ON,
OVER HERE. BE CAREFUL. I’M NOT SURE. DO YOU KNOW
THE WAY? Beast:
[ Snoring ] [ Gasps of fear ] Beast:
[ Snoring ] Green Bean:
SPOTTED HERRING
AT 12:00 O’CLOCK. [ Imitating bird cry ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Grunts of
disturbed sleep ] GOOGLY…
[ Snoring ] [ Gasps of horror ] [ Grunts of impact ] [ Snoring ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Yawning ] OOH, WHAT A
BEAUTIFUL DAY. [ Snoring ] GOOD MORNING,
BEAST. MOOGLY…
[ Grunts of sleep ] [ Snoring ] BEAST, IT’S TIME
FOR BREAKFAST. [ Grunting ] [ Yawning ]
MORNING, HAMILTON. HMMM. IS THERE SOMETHING
WRONG, BEAST? I DON’T THINK SO. ALTHOUGH I DO
FEEL A BIT… ODD. Maggie:
GOOD MORNING,
BEAST. GOOD MORNING,
HAMILTON. GOOD MORNING,
MAGGIE. WILL YOU JOIN US
FOR BREAKFAST? I’D LOVE TO. HMMM. THERE’S SOMETHING
DIFFERENT ABOUT
YOU TODAY, BEAST. BEAST ISN’T FEELING
LIKE HIMSELF. DID YOU HAVE A BAD DREAM? UM… NO. DID YOU EAT
TOO MUCH OF HAMILTON’S
PUMPKIN PIE
LAST NIGHT? I DON’T THINK SO. [ Gasp ]
I KNOW. YOU’RE MISSING A SPOT! A SPOT? [ Gasp ] I’M MISSING A SPOT! I KNEW SOMETHING
WAS WRONG! MAYBE YOU’RE
SITTING ON IT? [ ♪♪♪ ] I DON’T SEE
IT, MAGGIE. DON’T WORRY,
WE’LL FIND IT. SPOTS DON’T
JUST WALK AWAY
ON THEIR OWN. A MISSING SPOT. THIS CALLS FOR
OUR CECIL BUNIONS
DETECTIVE BADGES. [ Moans of worry ] HERE YOU GO. THANKS,
HAMILTON. BEAST, I HAVE
YOUR BADGE. [ Moan ]WHERE IS
MY SPOT?
[ Squeal ]
WHOA! [ Giggling ] ARE YOU OKAY, HAMILTON? I’M FINE. HMPH! NOW WE CAN
LOOK FOR CLUES. SHOULDN’T WE EAT
BREAKFAST FIRST? MAGGIE, HERE’S
A FEATHER. DID YOU HEAR BIRDS
THIS MORNING? I WAS SLEEPING. THERE ARE ALWAYS
BIRDS SINGING IN
THE MORNING, MAGGIE. DO YOU THINK A
BIRD TOOK MY SPOT? HMMM. A CLUE. Beast:
WHAT IS IT,
MAGGIE? FOOTPRINTS. NOW, WHO WOULD MAKE
SUCH LITTLE FOOTPRINTS? Beast:
OOH, LOOK! A
LITTLE TINY HAT. IT COULD FIT
ON A BIRD. I KNOW WHO THAT
HAT BELONGS TO. WHO? WHO DO WE KNOW THAT HAS A LITTLE
SAILOR HAT? AHH! THE JELLY BEANS! COME ON! OOH. CAN’T WE AT LEAST
HAVE SOME CEREAL FIRST? Hamilton:
I’M HUNGRY. NO! UNTIL I HAVE
MY SPOT BACK, I WILL NOT REST! ONWARD WE GO! [ Giggling ] OH, BROTHER. [ ♪♪♪ ] WHERE ARE
WE GOING? SHH! Jelly Beans:
WOW, THIS
IS GREAT! [ Whoops of
laughter ] COME ON. [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Gurgling of stomach ] SHH. I CAN’T HELP IT.
I’M HUNGRY. Jelly Beans:
[ Whoops of laughter ] Maggie:
JUMPING JELLY BEAN
AT 12:00 O’CLOCK. WHEE! THIS WAS
A GOOD IDEA! LET’S KEEP IT. [ Shouts/
laughter ] [ Gasp ]
MY SPOT! HEY! YOU
JELLY BEANS,
GIVE ME BACK
MY SPOT! [ Gasps of surprise ]
[ Shouts of panic ] All:
OOF! UM, WE WERE
GOING TO GIVE YOU
YOUR SPOT BACK, REALLY. YEAH, REALLY. LATER THIS
MORNING. YES SIREE. IT’SMYSPOT!
PUT IT BACK! All at once:
YES. RIGHT AWAY.
NO PROBLEM! SURE! RIGHT AWAY. YOU SHOULD ASK
NEXT TIME. UH… WE’RE REALLY… VERY SORRY. YES, REALLY.
DON’T BE MAD. BUT YOUR SPOTS DO MAKE
A GREAT TRAMPOLINE. THEY’RE REALLY
QUITE REMARKABLE. THEY SURE ARE. YEAH. YEAH, YOU BET. HEH. I AM PROUD
OF MY SPOTS. I SUPPOSE YOU COULD
BORROW THEM SOME TIME. AS LONG AS
YOU ASK FIRST. All at once:
WOW, THAT’S SWEET!
THANKS SO MUCH! THAT’S NICE OF
YOU, BEAST. [ Gurgling
of stomach ] OOH… NOW CAN
WE EAT BREAKFAST? YES, HAMILTON. NOW WE CAN
EAT BREAKFAST. All:
[ Laughing ] [ ♪♪♪ ] HAMILTON, IT’S ALMOST TIME
TO GO TO BED. YOUR GARDEN WILL
KEEP TILL TOMORROW. I KNOW, I KNOW. BUT I WANTED
TO PLANT THESE
BEAN SEEDS
MAGGIE GAVE ME. SHE SAID THEY’RE
SUPPOSED TO GROW
REALLY FAST. [ Chuckle ] YEAH, MAGGIE SAID, “JUST PLANT
THESE SEEDS AND STEP OUT
OF THE WAY.” HAMILTON, DO YOU
THINK THEY’LL
GROW THAT FAST? I GUESS WE’LL
JUST HAVE TO
WAIT AND SEE. IT’S GETTING DARK. I’M GOING TO SLEEP. [ Yawning ] ME TOO. GOOD
NIGHT, BEAST. SEE YOU IN
THE MORNING. [ Snoring ] [ ♪♪♪ ] HUH… WHAT
IS THAT SOUND? AHHH! I DON’T BELIEVE IT. BEAST, WAKE UP.
WHOA! OOF. [ Snoring ] OH, PLEASE WAKE
UP, BEAST. [ Yelp of
surprise ] WHAT? MAGGIE WAS RIGHT. LOOK! HAMILTON, PLEASE. GO BACK TO SLEEP. OOH, BEAST,
WAKE UP! LOOK AT THE
BEANSTALK. [ Snoring ] OOH… YOU’LL BE SORRY. [ Snoring ] [ ♪♪♪ ] OOH, I WISH MAGGIE
WERE HERE. [ Sighing ]
WELL, HERE GOES. [ Grunts of effort ] [ Panting ] WOW, THE STARS
ARE SO BIG. I GUESS IT’S
BECAUSE I’M CLOSER
TO THEM UP HERE. [ Grunt of effort ] HMMM. [ Excited giggling ] [ Snorting ] [ ♪♪♪ ] B.B. Katz:
HEY NOW, HAMILTON
MY OLD FRIEND. B.B. KATZ! HOW GOES IT? WHAT ARE YOU
DOING HERE? I JUST DECIDED
TO HAVE A
LOOK AROUND. [ ♪♪♪ ] HI-DIDDLE-DIDDLE… YOU’RE THE CAT
IN THE FIDDLE! YEAH, I GUESS I AM. [ Chuckling ] HEY, THAT’S KIND OF COOL. BUT… HOW DID
YOU GET UP HERE? I JUST CLIMBED
UP A MOONBEAM. HOW ABOUT YOU? I CLIMBED UP
A BEANSTALK. Strange voice:
AND I WELCOME
YOU BOTH. OHHH. IT’S MR. HOCKS AND
MR. KATZ, RIGHT? THAT’S RIGHT,
MR. MOON. I’M VERY PLEASED
TO MEET YOU. NO KIDDING? SOMETIMES I FEEL AS IF
I’M NOT APPRECIATED. NOW WHY DO YOU SAY
THAT, MR. MOON? WELL, I CERTAINLY
DON’T GET THE RESPECT THAT THE SUN DOES. OH, I KNOW, HE
MAKES THINGS GROW AND HE WARMS
THINGS UP
DOWN THERE. YES, BUT… YOU
MOVE THE OCEANS AND YOU LIGHT
UP THE NIGHT. NOW THE LITTLE GUY’S
RIGHT, MR. MOON. MAN, WHEN YOU
SHINE YOUR LIGHT
DOWN ON THE WATER, I’VE NEVER SEEN A
MORE BEAUTIFUL SIGHT. YES, BUT HOW ABOUT
ALL THOSE PEOPLE WHO SAY I’M
MADE OUT OF
GREEN CHEESE? IT’S VERY
DISCOURAGING. YES, BUT HOW ABOUT
ALL THE SONGS FOLKS
HAVE WRITTEN ABOUT YOU? WELL… THAT’S TRUE. Moo Sisters:
♪ MOOH, MOOH, MOOH ♪ ♪ MOOH-MOOH, MOOH, MOOH ♪ IT’S THE MOO SISTERS.
HI, GIRLS! HOW DID YOU GET HERE? Together:
WE WALKED UP ON
THE MILKY WAY! LET ME GUESS: YOU’RE HERE TO MAKE
THE BIG JUMP. OH, WE THOUGHT
YOU’D BE PLEASED. DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW MANY COWS DOWN
THROUGH HISTORY HAVE TRIED TO JUMP
OVER THE MOON? ALL BECAUSE OF
THAT NURSERY RHYME. UH… A LOT, HUH? IF I HAD A NICKEL
FOR EVERY COW
THAT MADE THE JUMP, I COULD JUST TURN
OFF MY LIGHT, AND RETIRE. GEE, MR. MOON, YOU CAN’T DO THAT. I’M SORRY. I’M JUST
FEELING A BIT BLUE. [ Heavy sigh ] LET’S GET ON WITH IT. Millicent:
GOOD. AND HAMILTON, MAYBE YOU
CAN SETTLE
AN ARGUMENT. WHICH ONE OF US
DO YOU THINK SHOULD MAKE
THE JUMP? Hamilton:
OOH, GEE… THAT’S A HARD ONE. UM… I DON’T KNOW. Mr. Moon:
HOLD ON, THERE IS ONE WAY TO
SETTLE THE ARGUMENT. ALL THREE OF YOU
MAKE THE JUMP. OR MAYBE… YES? MAYBE NONE OF YOU
SHOULD MAKE THE JUMP. WHY NOT TRY
SOMETHING NEW? NOW JUST WHAT DID
YOU HAVE IN MIND? [ ♪♪♪ ] AHHH! HOW ABOUT, IF
THE MOO SISTERS JOIN US IN A
SONG FOR MR. MOON? NOW I LIKE THAT. THAT’S A GREAT IDEA. LET’S DO IT. [ Chuckle ] [ ♪♪♪ ] ♪ MR. MOON,
DON’T BE BLUE ♪♪ MR. MOON ♪♪ HERE’S A LITTLE SONG ♪♪ DON’T BE BLUE ♪♪ AND IT’S JUST FOR YOU ♪ ♪ WE’RE GONNA
SWING THE MELODY ♪ ♪ JUST THE WAY YOU
ROCK AND ROLL THAT SEA ♪ ♪ IT’S TRUE THE SUN CAN
MAKE THE FLOWERS GROW ♪ ♪ BUT WHO CAN TURN
THE NIGHT ON ♪ ♪ WITH YOUR
SILVER GLOW? ♪ ♪ BRINGING US
THOSE SWEET DREAMS ♪ ♪ SWINGING ON
YOUR MOONBEAMS ♪ ♪ MR. MOON,
DON’T BE BLUE ♪ ♪ BRINGING US
THOSE SWEET DREAMS ♪ ♪ SWINGING ON
YOUR MOONBEAMS ♪ ♪ MR. MOON,
DON’T BE BLUE ♪ OH THANK YOU,
THAT WAS GREAT! Hamilton:
YOU’RE WELCOME,
MR. MOON. I FEEL SO
MUCH BETTER. THAT WAS
MUCH MORE FUN THAN JUMPING
OVER THE MOON! BUT… I CAN’T
HELP BUT NOTICE THAT YOU’RE
SLIPPING AWAY. YES, I HAVE
TO KEEP MOVING. YEAH, THAT GOES
FOR ME TOO. WILL YOU SLIP ME A
MOONBEAM I CAN SLIDE
DOWN, MR. MOON? THERE YOU GO,
MR. KATZ. BYE-BYE! WE HAVE TO
GET BACK ON
THE MILKY WAY. Moo Sisters:
BYE-BYE! BYE. GOODBYE. GOODBYE,
MR. MOON. GOODBYE. [ Sighing ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Crowing of rooster ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Yawning ] HUH? WHOA! OOF. [ Moan of
disappointment ] DID YOUR BEAN
SEEDS GROW,
HAMILTON? YES. SEE? MMM, YES…
I SEE. WHAT WERE YOU SHOUTING
ABOUT LAST NIGHT? [ Embarrassed chuckle ]
OH… IT WAS NOTHING. REALLY… YOU WOULDN’T
BELIEVE ME ANYWAY. LET’S GO AND
WAIT FOR MAGGIE. OKAY. CLOSED CAPTIONED
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25 thoughts on “Maggie – 29 – GO TO SLEEP, SHEEP / THE MISSING SPOT / BLUE MOON

  1. I am so thankful this was posted! Today was my daughter's 10th birthday and this used to be her favorite show. For years I've often sung her Beast's lullaby from the "Go to Sleep, Sheep" episode (at 6:30). Now I can show it to her again!

  2. Hamilton's song for the moon at the end of that episode! Oh my gosh I love it! They put a lot of work in this show, for it only being a little kids show. That son sounds so good and is performed perfect!

  3. This show was made by people that actually care. The animation, the voice acting. Its so much better than 90% of the garbage on kids channels today.

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