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(The episode begins with Lola patting her coat.)

Lola: I love Sizzles. Sizzles!

Charlie: I have this little sister Lola.

Lola: Lovely Sizzles!

Charlie: She is small and very funny.

Lola: Hurry up, Charlie!

Charlie: Today Lola’s excited because Mum and Dad are going out, so we’re going round to Marv’s.

Lola: No! We’re going to the park to play with Sizzles!

Lola: All day long! Sizzles!

(Camera cuts to outside Marv’s house and Charlie, Lola and Marv are looking through Marv’s window from the inside and are sad because it’s raining)

Marv: Oh.

Lola: Oh! But I really really wanted to play with Sizzles.

(Camera cuts to Charlie, Lola, Marv and Sizzles inside Marv’s house with a football and some of Marv’s window peaks out from the left)

Lola: And it’s fun in the park.

(Sizzles whines)

Lola: Poor Sizzles.

Charlie: It’s OK Lola. There’s loads we can do inside.

Marv: Loads! Watch this Lola!

(Camera cuts to Charlie and Marv with a tennis table, a ping pong ball and 2 ping pong rackets on the table and some of Marv’s family’s shelf peaks out from the top of the camera and some of Marv’s bike peaks out from the right)

Marv: Come on Charlie.

(Charlie laughs)

(Charlie and Marv hit the ping pong ball with the ping pong racket)

(Camera cuts to Lola petting Sizzles)

Lola: But ping pong is just for 2 people.

(Sizzles whines)

Lola: Poor Sizzles.

(Camera cuts to Charlie with 1 of the ping pong rackets)

Charlie: Okay Lola. Let’s do car racing then.

(Camera cuts to a table with a track on it and cars on the track)

Marv: That won’t work Charlie. There are only 2 cars. We can’t play racing with 3.

Lola: No. It’s another 2 game.

Lola: I don’t like it when it rains,

Charlie: It’s not that bad Lola.

Marv: Erm… what do you normally do when it rains Lola?

Lola: Lots of things!

(Lola imagines being under an umbrella in the rain with a tea set, toy pigs and chickens)

Lola: I have tea with my pigs and chickens.

(Lola imagines being under an umbrella, it raining beans and being in a picture made out of beans and spaghetti)

Lola: I make pictures out of beans and spaghetti.

(Lola imagines being under an umbrella with musical notes on it, it raining musical notes and playing the acoustic guitar)

Lola: And sometimes I play my guitar and sing. La-la-la-la!

(Camera cuts to a table with a track on it and cars on the track)

Lola: I’ll just pop home and get my guitar.

Charlie: But Lola, Mum and Dad are out.

Lola: Oh. Do you have any spaghetti and glue Marv?

Marv: Mmm mm!

Lola: Oh.

Marv: Oh.

Charlie: Hmm.

(Camera cuts to Lola inside Marv’s house walking to Marv’s window and we see a football and a picture of 2 race cars, a road, a river and a mountain then Lola looks outside of the window and feeling sad)

(Camera cuts to outside Marv’s house and Charlie, Lola and Marv are looking through Marv’s window from the inside and Lola is still sad and Charlie and Marv are happy)

(Lola sighs)

Marv: Lola, we’ve got loads of games! We can definitely find something we can all play.

(Camera cuts to Charlie and Marv in Marv’s family’s closet and we only see Marv’s hair but 1 second later we see more of him)

Charlie: How about Bubble?

Marv: No, it goes on too long.

(Camera cuts to Charlie, Lola, Marv and Sizzles and Charlie is holding the Bubble box and Marv is holding the Round and Round box and we see other games and Marv’s family’s closet)

Marv: Round and Round?

Lola: Boring.

Charlie: Not Round and Round!

(Camera cuts to Marv in his family’s closet)

Marv: What’s this one?

(Camera cuts to Charlie, Lola, Marv and Sizzles with a box that Marv is holding and we see other games and Marv’s family’s closet)

Lola: Ooh, is it a game?

Marv: I don’t know. I’ve never seen it before!

Marv: Hang on! What’s this?

Charlie and Lola: What does it say?

Marv: Is it raining?

Charlie: Yes!

Marv: Are you really bored?

Lola: Yes!

Marv: Well open this box and you won’t be bored anymore.

Lola Open the box! Open the box!

Marv: Wait a minute, let’s put it where we can all see.

(Marv picks up the box and walks out of the scence)

Lola: Open the box!

(Camera cuts to Charlie, Lola and Marv with the box and some of Marv’s bike peaks out from the left and some of another of Marv’s family’s shelves peaks out from the right)

(Lola laughs)

Charlie: What do you think’s in it?

Marv: I dunno.

Lola: Maybe it’s some spaghetti!

(Marv opens the box)

Marv: A rocket?!

Charlie: String?

Lola: Ping-pong balls?

Marv: Twigs with string?

Marv: Beanbags.

Marv: And an old newspaper.

Lola: And no chickens, spaghetti or glitter?

Marv: Hmm, instructions.

Charlie: What do they say?

Marv: This box contains a rain race. The aim is to finish every single game before the rain stops.

Marv: Shall we start?

Charlie and Lola: Yes!

(Camera cuts to the rocket on the newspaper)

Marv: First, you’ve got to throw the beanbag onto the paper.

(Lola throws the beanbag onto the paper)

(Lola laughs)

Marv: Without knocking over the rocket.

(Camera cuts to Charlie, Lola and Marv and Charlie is holding another beanbag and some of Marv’s bike peaks out from the right and Marv’s family’s shelf isn’t in the scence)

Lola: Oh.

Marv: Never mind Lola. We’ve got ages.

Marv: Have another go.

(Lola throws the beanbag onto the paper)

Lola: Oh!

Charlie: Don’t worry Lola. It’s going to be raining for ages. Try again!

(Lola throws the beanbag Charlie was holding but it doesn’t reach the paper)

(Camera cuts to Charlie holding the instructions)

Charlie: Next we’ve got to join the dots and guess the picture.

(Camera cuts to Charlie, Lola and Marv with the box, 4 pieces of paper including the instructions which Charlie is holding and 3 colouring pencils and some of Marv’s bike peaks out from the left and some of Marv’s family’s shelf peaks out from the right)

Lola: I’m a very good dot-to-dotter!

(Charlie, Lola and Marv pick up a colouring pencil each)

Marv: Go!

(Charlie, Lola and Marv start dot-to-dotting their pictures)

Charlie: Um… It’s a helicopter.

Marv: Mine’s a digger!

(Lola laughs)

(Lola imagines being tiny and being on her piece of paper and dot-to-dots the rest of her picture)

(Lola laughs)

Lola: Up here!

Lola: Over here!

(Lola laughs)

Lola: Very very good!

(Camera cuts to Charlie, Lola and Marv with the box, 4 pieces of paper including the instructions and 3 colouring pencils and some of Marv’s bike peaks out from the left and some of Marv’s family’s shelf peaks out from the right)

Charlie: What’s your picture Lola?

Lola: Oh, it was a butterfly, Charlie.

Lola: But now it’s a whole field of lovely butterflies.

Charlie: The idea is to finish the game quickly then movie on before it stops raining.

Marv: It’s all right-It’s still pouring.

Marv: What’s the next game?

(Camera cuts to Charlie, Lola and Marv with the box and a pile of twigs with string and some of Marv’s bike peaks out from the left and some of Marv’s family’s shelf peaks out from the right)

Lola: Hmm.

(Lola takes a twig with string out of the pile of twigs with string)

Lola: He he he.

Charlie: Oh.

Lola: Oh.

(Camera cuts to a cup)

(Camera cuts to Charlie, Lola and Marv with 2 counters and Lola is holding 1 of them and a cup and some of the picture of 2 race cars, a road, a river and a mountain but we only see the river and the race cars, Marv’s window, and another of Marv’s family’s shelves peak out from the top of the camera)

Charlie: Come on Lola!

(Lola craws, puts the red counter on the blue counter and makes the blue counter bounce and does it twice)

Lola: Oh!

(Camera cuts to Charlie, Lola and Marv with the box, the instructions, another piece of paper with Noughts and Crosses drawn on it and 2 crayons that Lola and Marv are each holding)

Charlie: Go on Lola!

(Lola draws a face on a nought with a frown)

Lola: Huh!

Charlie: Lola!

Lola: I just want the rain to stop.

Marv: It can’t stop! We’ve got to finish our rain race first!

(Marv draws a cross)

Marv: Yes!

(Marv draws a line across the 3 crosses on the left row)

Marv: Okay. Next one.

(Camera cuts to Lola sighing, Charlie and Marv are now looking at a picnic blanket looking paper with lots of food on it)

Charlie: Come on, Lola, this is a good one. It's called Bet you can't find the ant.

Marv: Bet we can!

Charlie: It must be really, really tiny. Hmm, I wonder where it is.

Lola; I'm really good at finding teeny weeny things. Let me have a go

(The camera then cuts to an imagine sequence, where Lola, Charlie and Marv are on the picnic blanket paper)

Charlie: Is that it?

Marv: That's not it. Look over there.

Lola: Come on now, where are you? I know you are there somewhere. You can't hide from me.

(Lola looks in a cake, behind some strawberries, and in some yogurt, before finding the ant, who on some cheese)

Lola: Uh, oh! There you are! Charlie, Marv! Charlie?

(Charlie and Marv are not on the blanket)

Lola: Charlie!

(Camera cuts to Charlie and Marv building a house of cards)

Lola: You didn't wait for me to find the ant!

Charlie: You took too long, Lola. We found it ages ago. Your turn, Marv.

(Marv puts 2 more cards onto the house of cards)

Marv: There.

Lola: Now what are you playing?

Marv: It's the hardest game yet. The house of cards.

Lola: Oooh. Can I help?

Charlie: Well, Lola, it is quite tricky.

Lola: Please, Charlie?

Charlie: I suppose you could hold the cards, and pass them to us. But do it carefully.

(Lola picks up the deck of cards)

Lola: Here you are! Oh!

(The card Lola passes to Charlie accidentally knocks the whole house of cards over)

Charlie: Lola!

Marv: Lola!

Lola: I didn't mean to do it. Ohh, I don't like these rainy day games. You said it would be fun, but it isn't.

(Lola stomps away)

Lola: I'm going to play with Sizzles.

(Camera cuts to Lola on the sofa)

Lola: I want to be in the park playing outside-ish games, not here indoors playing inside-ish games. All just because of it raining.

(Sizzles whines)

Lola: it's not fair!

Charlie: We're on the last game, Lola, and we have to be quick, because the rain might stop any minute!

Lola: I don't want to play the rain race anymore.

Charlie' Ohh, but we really need you, you've got to play. Go on!

Lola: Hmm, I don't know, what kind of game is it?

(Marv arrives with a wooden tray covered with a tea towel)

Marv: The tray game. My mum put 10 things on this tray, and then she covered them up.

Charlie: Nobodys aloud to look until we're all ready

Marv: Then, we all get one quick look, and we'll have to remember what was on the tray before the the time runs out.

Charlie: And then we finish the rain race!

Marv: But we all have to do it together, or the whole thing doesn't count.

Charlie: Come on Lola, please!

Lola: Mmm, okay then, I'll play.

Marv: Right.

(Marv takes off the tea towel, and a duck figure, a plaster, an apple, a jar of honey, an orange crayon, a Bat-cat comic, a blue yo-yo, a white flat seashell, a paper airplane and a spoon is revealed)

Marv: Right, ready, steady, go!

Charlie: Uh, a crayon! An orange crayon!

Marv: yeah, and a duck!

Charlie: Uh, I know! Honey! A jar of honey!

Marv: Was there a race car?

Charlie: Uh, no. No there wasn't.

Marv: Quick, look at the timer!

(Lola, Charlie and Marv are now in a black space, with the item s appearing as they say it)

Charlie: Uh, apple!

Marv: yeah, good one! Okay, okay, I've got it. A fork! No, I mean spoon!

Charlie: Uh, come on! We need five more things! Uh, think, Marv!

Marv: Lola, can't you think of anything?

Lola: Yo-yo, plaster, seashell, aeroplane and Bat-cat comic.

Charlie and Marv: Wow!

Marv: She's right. That's amazing!

Charlie: That is amazing! How did you do that, Lola?

Lola: It was easy, because it was such a funny story.

Charlie: What funny story?

Lola: The one I made up, with all the things on the tray. Once upon a time,

(Lola imagines her story)

Lola: A duck went for a walk, yo-yoing with his yo-yo. And reading a Bat-cat comic. But because he wasn't looking where he was going, he bumped into a tree, and he saw an apple. So he tried to climb to get it, but he forgot that ducks can't climb trees. So he fell and grazed his knee, ouch! So he put a plaster on it. There! But you really need a holiday to make you all betterer. So, he flew all the way to the seaside in a big paper aeroplane. And sat on the beach eating honey with a spoon. And then he drew a big picture of a seashell in the sand with his best orange crayon. The end.

Charlie: That's really clever, Lola.

Marv: and very funny!

Lola: Did we finish in time?

Marv: Easily, that means we finished the whole game!

Charlie: we finished the rain race!

Lola: Let's check!

(It's not raining anymore)

All: Oh.

Marv: The rain's stopped.

Lola: It has! Completely and absolutely stopped.

Charlie: Oh! We didn't finish the rain race in time!

Marv: But we did find a even better game than the rainy day game.

Charlie: Yeah, Lola's story game! Now the rain has stopped, don't you want to play outside?

Lola: No! I want to play the story game again!

Marv: Okay, but this time, we're going to choose really difficult things.

( A photo of a monkey, a pink hippo wearing glasses, a red teacup and saucer, a Space Family Hudson figure, a green race car, a blue colouring pencil, a green pencil sharpener, a bracelet, a pink hairbrush, some toothpaste and a tennis ball is now on the tray)

Charlie: Okay Lola.

Lola: That's easy peasy. So, this hippopotamus went down to the shop to buy some toothpaste,. And do you know what he bumped into on the way? A robot holding a little hairbrush.

(Charlie and Marv laugh)

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