The Berenstain Bears: That Stump Must Go / Draw It – Ep. 37


♪ SOMEWHERE DEEP
IN BEAR COUNTRY ♪ ♪ LIVES THE BERENSTAIN
BEAR FAMILY ♪ ♪ THEY’RE KIND OF FURRY
AROUND THE TORSO ♪ ♪ THEY’RE A LOT LIKE PEOPLE,
ONLY MORE SO ♪ ♪ THE BARE FACT IS THAT ♪ ♪ THEY’RE JUST LIKE
YOU AND ME ♪ ♪ THE ONLY DIFFERENCE
IS THEY LIVE ♪ ♪ IN A TREE ♪ ♪ THE BERENSTAIN BEARS ♪ ♪ WHEN THINGS GO WRONG,
AS THINGS MIGHT DO ♪ ♪ THE BERENSTAIN BEARS
WILL FIND A WAY THROUGH ♪ ♪ MAMA, PAPA,
SISTER AND BROTHER ♪ [ LAUGHING ] ♪ THEY’LL ALWAYS BE THERE
FOR EACH OTHER ♪ ♪ THE BARE FACT IS THAT
THEY CAN BE SWEET AS HONEY ♪ ♪ SOMETIMES, YOU’LL FIND,
THEY MIGHT BE JUST PLAIN FUNNY ♪ ♪ THE BERENSTAIN BEARS ♪ ♪ THE BERENSTAIN BEARS ♪ [ MAMA ]:
WHEN THERE’S A PROBLEM YOU CAN’T FIGURE OUT, TRY TO FIND A GOOD SIDE TO REMOVE YOUR DOUBT. [ LAWNMOWER WHIRRING ] OH, OOF! OHH… [ BROTHER ]:
FATHER’S DAY IS ALMOST HERE, AND WE DON’T KNOW
WHAT TO BUY FOR PAPA. [ SISTER ]:
WHAT ARE GOING TO DO, MAMA? [ MAMA ]:
YOU KNOW, ALMOST EVERYONE LIKES
A GIFT YOU’VE MADE YOURSELF BETTER THAN ONE YOU’VE BOUGHT–
ESPECIALLY PAPA. THAT’S TRUE. HE REALLY LIKED
THE TOOL HOLDER I MADE FOR HIM
FOR HIS BIRTHDAY. BUT WHAT CAN
WE MAKE THIS TIME? WELL, I’M MAKING PAPA’S
ALL-TIME FAVOURITE TREAT FOR FATHER’S DAY–
HONEY COCONUT PUDDING. YOU KNOW, PAPA HAS BEEN
WORKING REALLY HARD TO GET THE YARD
LOOKING JUST RIGHT. MAYBE YOU COULD MAKE HIM
SOMETHING FOR THE YARD. OK, COME ON, BROTHER. LET’S GO LOOK
FOR SOME IDEAS. [ BROTHER ]:
THANKS, MAMA. HMM, THIS PUDDING
IS LOOKING A LITTLE RUNNY. WHAT CAN WE MAKE FOR THE YARD? MAYBE IF WE WATCH
HIM FOR A WHILE, WE’LL THINK
OF SOMETHING. [ HUMMING ] [ SISTER ]:
WHAT’S HE DOING? [ BIRDS CHIRPING ] STOP! GO ON, SHOO! [ BROTHER ]:
HE’S TRYING TO PLANT
SOME SEEDS, BUT THE BIRDS
KEEP EATING THEM. THAT’S IT. I KNOW WHAT WE SHOULD
MAKE PAPA FOR FATHER’S DAY. A SCARECROW,
TO SCARE AWAY THE BIRDS. THAT’S A GREAT IDEA! HUH? [ GIGGLING ] SHH. FINALLY, THE YARD
AND GARDEN ARE PERFECT! HMM… PERFECT,
EXCEPT FOR THIS OLD STUMP. IT’S BEEN HERE FOR YEARS. SPOILS THE APPEARANCE
OF MY PERFECT YARD. IT’S TIME TO GET RID OF IT,
ONCE AND FOR ALL. THIS STUMP MUST GO. LOOK, MAMA GAVE ME
A WHOLE BUNCH OF OLD CLOTHES. [ BROTHER ]:
GREAT! LET’S DRESS HIM UP. HEY, WHO SAID IT’S A HE? [ LAUGHING ] OHH… IT WON’T STAY UP. MAYBE WE SHOULD
TRY THE OVERALLS. [ GROANING ] THIS STUMP MUST GO. [ STRAINING ] THIS STUMP MUST GO! OOH… WHOA-HO-HO! [ GRUMBLING AND MUTTERING ] THAT OLD STUMP! ♪ I’M GOING TO SAY THIS
FOR THE LAST TIME. THIS STUMP MUST GO! IT SURE WAS NICE OF FARMER BEN
TO GIVE US THIS HAY. NOW WE JUST FEED
OUR SCARECROW UNTIL HE GETS FULL. HE MUST HAVE A BIG APPETITE. HE’S NOT GETTING FULL AT ALL. OH… THE HAY’S
FALLING OUT THE BOTTOM
OF THE PANTS. [ SIGHING ] HMM… WE’RE JUST GOING TO HAVE TO
TIE HIM UP IN KNOTS. ♪ NOW HE’S STARTING
TO FEEL TOO FULL. [ LAUGHING ] [ PANTING ] ONE… MORE… CUT. PHEW! FINALLY. I NEVER THOUGHT I’D FINISH
CUTTING THESE ROOTS. NOW PULLING… THIS… STUMP… SHOULD… BE… EASY. WHOA! THIS STUMP MUST GO. THIS STUMP MUST GO. THIS STUMP MUST GO1 OKAY, THIS TIME I’M REALLY
SAYING IT FOR THE LAST TIME. THIS STUMP MUST GO! [ STRAINING] [ BROTHER ]:
THIS IS A GOOD TESTING SPOT. PAPA CAN’T SEE US FROM HERE. [ FARMER BEN ]:
WELL, WOULD YOU
LOOK AT THAT? HI, FARMER BEN. DO YOU LIKE
OUR SCARECROW? IT’S A SURPRISE FOR
PAPA FOR FATHER’S DAY. HOO-HOO, THAT LOOKS
SCARIER THAN THE ONES I HAVE IN MY FIELDS,
BAT I’M AFRAID IT LOOKS LIKE THE BIRDS
AREN’T SCARED OF IT. OHH… [ FARMER BEN ]:
OH, GEE, I WISH
I COULD STAY TO HELP OUT, BUT MRS. BEN IS WAITING
FOR ME BACK AT THE FARM. SHE CAN’T MILK
ALL THE COWS BY HERSELF. BYE NOW. BYE, BEN. BYE. [ PAPA GRUNTING ] THIS… STUMP… MUST… GO! OOF! [ GROANING ] [ SIGHING ] [ MAMA ]:
I THOUGHT YOU TWO MIGHT WANT TO TAKE A BREAK,
SO I MADE SOME LEMONADE. HOW ARE YOU MAKING OUT
WITH YOUR SCARECROW? WE TRIED IT OUT, BUT INSTEAD SCARING THE BIRDS AWAY,
IT ATTRACTED THEM. WELL, I WOULDN’T GIVE UP. MAYBE THERE’S A GOOD SIDE
TO THIS PROBLEM. BUT, MAMA, HOW CAN A SCARECROW
THAT ATTRACTS BIRDS HAVE A GOOD SIDE TO IT? I DON’T KNOW. BUT, USUALLY,
WHEN WE HAVE A PROBLEM, WE ONLY SEE
WHAT’S BAD ABOUT IT. THAT’S WHAT MAKES IT
SEEM SO HARD TO SOLVE. BUT SOMETIMES, IF YOU TRY REALLY
HARD, YOU CAN FIND A GOOD SIDE THAT MAKES THE
PROBLEM GO AWAY. THE ONLY THING WE WANT
TO GO AWAY ARE THE BIRDS. OH, LET ME SHOW YOU. DO YOU SEE THIS LEMON? ON ITS OWN, IT’S PRETTY SOUR
AND NOT GOOD FOR MUCH, BUT ADD SOME SUGAR AND WATER AND IT BECOMES
DELICIOUS LEMONADE. YOU MIGHT BE LOOKING
AT THE BAD SIDE, BUT IF YOU LOOK AT IT
IN A DIFFERENT WAY, MAYBE YOU’LL FIND
THERE’S A GOOD SIDE. HMM… [ PAPA ]:
THIS STUMP MUST GO. UH-OH, HERE COMES PAPA. [ GASPING ] ROTTEN… WHOA! NO THANKS. THAT OLD STUMP JUST WON’T GO. I’VE TRIED EVERYTHING I CAN
THINK OF TO REMOVE IT, BUT IT JUST WON’T BUDGE. I WOULDN’T GIVE UP
YET– MAYBE THERE’S A GOOD SIDE
TO THIS PROBLEM. HOW CAN A STUMP THAT WON’T
BUDGE HAVE A GOOD SIDE TO IT? I DON’T KNOW, BUT DON’T JUST LOOK AT THE BAD SIDE
OF THE PROBLEM. IF YOU TRY REALLY HARD,
MAYBE YOU CAN FIND A GOOD SIDE
THAT MAKES IT GO AWAY. THE ONLY THING I WANT TO GO AWAY
IS THAT STUMP. WHEN YOU GET A LEMON… RIGHT, YOU SHOULD
MAKE LEMONADE. OHH, I’M AT THE END OF MY ROPE. BUT I’LL GIVE IT A TRY. HEY… END OF MY ROPE. HA, HA, THAT’S IT! THAT STUMP IS GOING TO GO. BUT WHERE ARE YOU GOING? [ ENGINE SPUTTERING,
BIRDS SQUAWKING ] SOUNDS LIKE SOMETHING
IS INTO THE GARBAGE AGAIN. [ CHUCKLING NERVOUSLY ]
DON’T WORRY. I’LL DEAL WITH THAT. YOU WORRY ABOUT THAT STUMP. HA, FOR THE ABSOLUTE
LAST TIME… THAT STUMP IS GOING TO GO. PHEW! THAT WAS SO LOUD,
I WAS SURE PAPA WAS GOING TO COME BACK HERE
AND FIND THE SCARECROW. YES, IT MADE ME JUMP, AND IT SCARED
THOSE BIRDS, TOO. HEY, IT SCARED THE BIRDS. WHAT DO YOU THINK WOULD HAPPEN IF WE TIED SOME NOISY THINGS
ONTO OUR SCARECROW? THEN IT WILL SCARE
AWAY THE BIRDS! COME ON, LET’S SEE WHAT
WE CAN FIND IN THE SHED! I’M NOT AT THE END OF MY
ROPE… BUT THIS STUMP IS. HEY, THAT’S
PRETTY FUNNY, PAPA. [ LAUGHING ] ♪ [ BROTHER ]:
WHEN THE WIND BLOWS, IT WILL
SHAKE ALL THE NOISEMAKERS AND IT SHOULD
SCARE THE BIRDS AWAY. OK, LET THE WIND BLOW. [ CANS RATTLING ] OHH… WE’LL NEVER
MAKE A SCARY SCARECROW. [ BIRDS SINGING PLEASANTLY ] [ ENGINE REVVING ] [ METAL CLANGING ] OHH. I’LL NEVER
MAKE THIS STUMP GO. SO, WERE YOU ABLE TO FIND
A GOOD SIDE TO YOUR PROBLEM? WE THOUGHT SO,
BUT OUR SCARECROW ENDED UP ATTRACTING
EVEN MORE BIRDS. THERE’S NOTHING GOOD
ABOUT THAT SCARECROW. REMEMBER, LEMONS INTO LEMONADE. LOOK, THE ALL-TIME FAVOURITE
FATHER’S DAY TREAT I WAS MAKING. FIRST, IT WAS TOO RUNNY, AND NOW IT’S TOO THICK
FOR HONEY COCONUT PUDDING. MMM… YUM! MMM, IT STILL
TASTES GOOD, MAMA. EXACTLY. REMEMBER WHAT I SAID. EVEN A PROBLEM
CAN HAVE A GOOD SIDE. [ SISTER ]:
YOU JUST HAVE
TO FIND IT. RIGHT. I SAW WE HAD SOME LEFTOVER
SPONGE CAKE, SO I THOUGHT, WHY NOT USE MY THICK
PUDDING FOR ICING? AND TA-DA! HONEY COCONUT SPONGE CAKE– PAPA’S SECOND ALL-TIME
FAVOURITE FATHER’S DAY TREAT. AND THAT’S HOW I FOUND A GOOD SIDE
TO MY PROBLEM. PAPA’S GOING TO LOVE THIS
SO MUCH, I BET IT BECOMES HIS FAVOURITE ALL-TIME
FAVOURITE FATHER’S DAY TREAT. THAT’S IT. THERE IS
A GOOD SIDE TO OUR PROBLEM. YOU’RE RIGHT, BROTHER,
A GREAT SIDE. [ SIGHING ] STILL NO LUCK WITH THAT STUMP? [ PAPA ]:
I’VE TRIED EVERYTHING. BUT THAT STUMP JUST WON’T GO. WE HAVE SOMETHING THAT’LL
CHEER YOU RIGHT UP. COME ON! [ LAUGHING ]
BUT YOU HAVE TO
CLOSE YOUR EYES, AND DON’T PEEK. [ SISTER ]:
YOU CAN OPEN YOUR EYES NOW. [ GASPING ] HAPPY FATHER’S DAY! WE WANTED TO MAKE A SCARECROW, SO THE BIRDS WOULDN’T
KEEP EATING YOUR SEEDS. BUT INSTEAD OF BEING SCARED,
THE BIRDS LIKED OUR SCARECROW. [ BROTHER ]:
BUT WE FOUND A GOOD SIDE TO THAT PROBLEM,
THANKS TO MAMA. IF WE JUST MOVED THE SCARECROW
AWAY FROM THE GARDEN, IT WOULD KEEP THE BIRDS
AWAY FROM THE GARDEN, TOO. SO NOW, THE BIRDS WON’T
EAT YOUR SEEDS. SOMETIMES, A PROBLEM
CAN HAVE A GOOD SIDE TO IT. YOU JUST HAVE
TO FIND IT. MAYBE IT’S TIME I
LOOKED AT MY PROBLEM AND TRIED TO FIND A
GOOD SIDE TO IT, TOO. HMM… THAT’S IT! THIS IS THE FIRST TIME
I’LL SAY IT. THAT STUMP MUST STAY. ALL I COULD SEE
WAS THE BAD SIDE– HOW THIS STUMP WAS SPOILING
THE VIEW OF OUR BEAUTIFUL YARD. I WASN’T SEEING
THE GOOD SIDE OF IT. NOW, INSTEAD
OF SPOILING THE VIEW, THIS OLD STUMP
IS A PLACE FOR ALL OF US TO VIEW OUR BEAUTIFUL YARD. I GUESS THERE’S ALWAYS
A GOOD SIDE TO A PROBLEM. [ MAMA ]:
YOU JUST HAVE TO FIND IT. ♪ [ LAUGHING ] [ BROTHER ]:
WHEN TRYING SOMETHING NEW, BEFORE YOU CAN HAVE FUN, THERE ARE THINGS YOU HAVE TO
LEARN AND THEN YOU’LL BE DONE. MM-HMM, HA, HA, HA… [ SISTER ]:
THAT’S MY FAVOURITE. [ LAUGHING ]
THAT’S JUST BECAUSE IT’S A DRAWING OF YOU. [ GIGGLING ] WELL, I THINK THEY’RE ALL GREAT
DRAWINGS, BROTHER. THANKS, MAMA. [ PAPA ]:
IT’S GETTING LATE. WE DON’T WANT TO MISS
THE BEAR COUNTRY FAIR, DO WE? [ LAUGHING ] WHOO-HOO! YIPPEE! [ DOOR CLOSING ] ♪ [ SNIFFING ] MMM, WHO WANTS A HOT DOG? YES, PLEASE. ME, PLEASE! UH-HUH. [ KENNY ]:
HEY, BROTHER! HI, KENNY. GUESS WHAT? I’M PLAYING ON
A JUNIOR CUB BASEBALL TEAM, AND YOUR PAPA’S MY COACH– I’M GOING TO HIT HOME RUNS
JUST LIKE YOU. THAT’S GREAT. HI, KENNY!
[ LAUGHING ] MUSTARD, JUST HOW
YOU LIKE IT. MMM… LOOK, BROTHER. HE’S DRAWING FACES,
JUST LIKE YOU. [ BROTHER ]:
WOW! HIS DRAWING
LOOKS JUST LIKE HER. HELLO THERE,
YOUNG FELLA. HI, I’M BROTHER. I DRAW FACES TOO, BUT MINE
DON’T LOOK AS GOOD AS YOURS. [ CHUCKLING ] ART DREWBEARY’S THE NAME. PLEASED TO MEET YOU, BROTHER. IF YOU’RE INTERESTED IN LEARNING
MORE ABOUT DRAWING FACES, I TEACH A SATURDAY
MORNING ART CLASS. IF IT’S OK WITH YOUR PARENTS,
I’LL SEE YOU NEXT SATURDAY. BY THE END OF SIX WEEKS,
I GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL ALL
BE BETTER AT DRAWING FACES THAN WHEN YOU
WALKED IN HERE TODAY. THIS IS GOING TO BE FUN. TODAY, WE’RE GOING TO START
WITH SOME BASIC SHAPES. THE FIRST SHAPE I WANT YOU
TO DRAW IS A CIRCLE. AS SOON AS YOU’RE DONE,
START ANOTHER ONE. I WANT TO SEE ALL OF YOU GET
REALLY GOOD AT DRAWING CIRCLES. UH, IS SOMETHING
WRONG, BROTHER? NO, MR. DREWBEARY. IT’S JUST THAT I THOUGHT WE WERE GOING TO LEARN
HOW TO DRAW FACES. DON’T WORRY, BROTHER, WE’LL
GET TO THAT, ALL IN GOOD TIME. BUT RIGHT NOW, I WANT YOU
TO DRAW NOTHING BUT CIRCLES. [ SIGHING ] ♪ [ DOOR OPENING ] HI, BROTHER. HI. SO, HOW DID YOUR FIRST
DRAWING CLASS GO? I THOUGHT WE WERE GOING
TO DRAW FACES, BUT WE DIDN’T. OH? WHAT DID YOU DRAW? WE DREW… CIRCLES AND OVALS, ALL DAY. I DON’T KNOW WHAT THEY HAVE
TO DO WITH DRAWING FACES. DON’T WORRY,
YOU’LL PROBABLY START DRAWING
FACES NEXT WEEK. I SURE HOPE SO. WELL, AT LEAST YOU CAN SAY
CIRCLES AND OVALS TASTE GOOD. [ LAUGHING ] [ MR. DREWBEARY ]:
SINCE EVERYONE DID SO WELL DRAWING CIRCLES
AND OVALS LAST WEEK, WE’RE GOING TO MOVE ON
TO THE NEXT STAGE. ALL RIGHT. FINALLY, WE’RE GONNA
LEARN HOW TO DRAW FACES! TODAY, WE’LL SPEND
THE WHOLE CLASS DRAWING THREE-DIMENSIONAL OBJECTS. LIKE A BALL… A CONE… YES, BROTHER? MR. DREWBEARY,
WHY ARE WE DRAWING CONES? SHOULDN’T WE BE LEARNING HOW TO
DRAW FACES, BY DRAWING FACES? YOU KNOW, LEARNING HOW TO DO
FACES WELL IS DIFFICULT, BECAUSE IT’S DIFFICULT, THERE ARE SOME THINGS
YOU MUST LEARN FIRST. [ MR. DREWBEARY ]:
IN ORDER TO DRAW FACES, THE FIRST THING YOU MUST LEARN
IS HOW TO DRAW BASIC SHAPES, LIKE THESE. BE PATIENT, BROTHER.
FOR NOW, I DON’T WANT YOU TO EVEN
THINK ABOUT DRAWING FACES. OK. ♪ WOW, I’M IMPRESSED, BROTHER. I CAN REALLY SEE HOW MUCH
YOUR DRAWING HAS PROVED. AND YOU SURE HAVE
DONE A LOT OF THEM. WELL, IF YOU WANT SOMEONE TO
DRAW CIRCLES, CUBES AND CONES, I’M YOUR CUB. BUT, I DON’T
GET IT, BROTHER. I THOUGHT YOU WERE GOING
TO LEARN HOW TO DRAW FACES. SO DID I. MR. DREWBEARY SAYS THAT LEARNING
TO DRAW FACES IS DIFFICULT, AND BECAUSE IT’S DIFFICULT, THERE’S SOME THINGS
WE HAVE TO LEARN FIRST, LIKE DRAWING SHAPES. BUT ALL WE EVER DRAW
ARE SHAPES. WHAT’S THAT GOT TO DO
WITH DRAWING FACES? [ SIGHING ] I’M… THINKING
OF QUITTING THE CLASS. OH, MY! YOU KNOW, PAPA AND I DON’T LIKE THE IDEA
OF YOU CUBS QUITTING ANYTHING. THERE’S USUALLY
A WAY TO WORK OUT WHATEVER PROBLEM
YOU MIGHT BE HAVING. I KNOW, BUT– I’LL TELL YOU WHAT,
BEFORE YOU MAKE YOUR DECISION, WHY DON’T YOU RUN IT PAST PAPA
TO SEE WHAT HE THINKS? OK, I’D LIKE TO KNOW
WHAT PAPA THINKS. YOU’LL FIND HIM
DOWN AT THE BALLPARK COACHING HIS JUNIOR CUB
BASEBALL TEAM. [ BROTHER ]:
THANKS, MAMA. I UNDERSTAND WHAT
MR. DREWBEARY KEEPS SAYING, YOU KNOW, THAT DRAWING
FACES IS DIFFICULT. DRAWING FACES AS WELL AS
MR. DREWBEARY DRAWS THEM MUST BE VERY DIFFICULT. UGH! GOOD CATCH! AND BECAUSE IT’S DIFFICULT,
BEFORE I CAN LEARN TO DRAW THAT WELL, I HAVE TO LEARN
OTHER THINGS FIRST, LIKE DRAWING
CIRCLES AND SHAPES. BUT I’VE BEEN GOING TO THE
CLASSES FOR FIVE WEEKS NOW, AND WE STILL HAVEN’T
DRAWN ANY FACES. I CAN UNDERSTAND
YOUR FRUSTRATION. TELL YOU WHAT. WHY DON’T YOU RELAX AND FORGET ABOUT DRAWING CLASS
FOR THE TIME BEING? SINCE YOU’RE HERE,
MAYBE YOU COULD HELP OUT BY GIVING LITTLE KENNY
A HAND WITH HIS BATTING. UGH! OH, NO! [ PAPA ]:
HE’S HAVING A FEW PROBLEMS. SURE, PAPA. I USED TO SWING LIKE THAT.
A LONG TIME AGO. [ CHUCKLING ] KENNY! [ KENNY ]:
BROTHER’S GOING
TO TEACH ME? OH, BOY! NOW I’M GOING TO LEARN HOW
TO HIT HOME RUNS FOR SURE. WELL, LET’S START
WITH YOUR GRIP FIRST, OK? NO, NO, YOU GO OVER THERE
AND PITCH TO ME. I WANT TO SHOW YOU
HOW FAR I CAN HIT. WATCH. ALL RIGHT,
HERE IT COMES. NICE AND EASY. [ GRUNTING ] ARE YOU ALL RIGHT, KENNY? I’M OK. THROW ME ANOTHER ONE. YOU’LL SEE, THIS ONE
WILL GO INTO ORBIT. UGH! OOPS. HOLD ON A MINUTE, KENNY. THERE ARE A FEW THINGS YOU NEED
TO LEARN FIRST, LIKE YOUR GRIP. HUH? FIRST, YOU HAVE
TO LEARN HOW TO HOLD THE BAT PROPERLY,
AND YOUR STANCE. YOU HAVE TO LEARN TO PUT YOUR
FEET IN THE RIGHT PLACE, TOO. ANOTHER THING
YOU HAVE TO LEARN IS HOW TO SHIFT
YOUR WEIGHT AS YOU SWING. OK, I’VE GOT IT. PITCH ME ANOTHER BALL. THIS ONE’S GOING
OUT OF THE PARK. [ SIGHING ] LET’S FORGET ABOUT
PITCHING BALLS FOR NOW. YOU HAVE TO LEARN THOSE THINGS
I TALKED ABOUT FIRST. BUT I CAN’T LEARN
HOW TO HIT HOME RUNS IF YOU DON’T LET ME
SWING THE BAT. KENNY, LEARNING TO HIT
HOME RUNS IS DIFFICULT, AND BECAUSE IT’S DIFFICULT, THERE ARE SOME THINGS
YOU HAVE TO LEARN FIRST. HEY… [ PAPA ]:
HA, HA, HA,
SEEMS TO ME, I HEARD SOMEONE ELSE SAYING
THOSE EXACT WORDS RECENTLY. YES, MR. DREWBEARY. I GUESS DRAWING FACES IS
JUST LIKE HITTING HOME RUNS. I DON’T GET IT. HOW CAN DRAWING AND HITTING
HOME RUNS BE THE SAME? IN DRAWING CLASS, BEFORE I CAN LEARN
TO DRAW FACES, I HAVE TO LEARN
TO DRAW SHAPES FIRST. IN BASEBALL, BEFORE YOU CAN LEARN
TO HIT HOME RUNS, YOU HAVE TO LEARN
HOW TO HOLD THE BAT, HOW TO STAND AND HOW
TO SHIFT YOUR WEIGHT FIRST. [ LAUGHING ]
THAT MAKES SENSE TO ME. DOES THIS MEAN YOU’RE NOT
GONNA PITCH ME A BALL? I WILL, BUT ONLY AFTER
WE SPEND TIME LEARNING THOSE THINGS
I WAS TALKING ABOUT. IT WON’T TAKE LONG.
YOU’LL SEE. OK. ♪ YOU’VE ALL BEEN VERY PATIENT
THESE LAST FEW WEEKS, LEARNING THE BASIC
SHAPES OF DRAWING. WHAT YOU MAY NOT REALIZE IS THAT ALL THESE BASIC SHAPES
EXIST EVERYWHERE IN NATURE. NOW THAT YOU HAVE LEARNED
HOW TO DRAW THEM WELL, YOU CAN USE THESE SHAPES
TO HELP YOU DRAW ANYTHING YOU WANT,
INCLUDING FACES. FOR EXAMPLE, IF WE TAKE
THE FIRST BASIC SHAPE– THE CIRCLE– WE SEE IT BECOMES
THE SHAPE OF THE HEAD. AND AN OVAL BECOMES THE NOSE AND A CONE BECOMES… [ BROTHER ]:
AND THE OVALS
THAT WE’VE BEEN DRAWING ARE USED TO DRAW THE NOSE. MR. DREWBEARY POINTED OUT
HOW ALL THE BASIC SHAPES THAT WE’VE BEEN DRAWING
ARE ON EVERYONE’S FACE. HE WAS RIGHT– LEARNING HOW
TO DRAW FACES WELL IS DIFFICULT, AND BECAUSE IT’S DIFFICULT, THERE WERE SOME THINGS
I HAD TO LEARN FIRST. [ MAMA ]:
THAT’S GREAT. AND LOOK HOW THE NEW DRAWINGS
ARE A BIG IMPROVEMENT OVER THE FIRST ONES YOU DID. I LIKE THIS ONE THE BEST. OH, WE’D BETTER GET GOING. WE DON’T WANT TO MISS MY JUNIOR CUB BASEBALL TEAM’S
FIRST GAME, DO WE? COME ON! YIPPEE! HA, HA, HA, WELL… I GUESS
THAT ANSWERS THAT QUESTION. [ LAUGHING ] [ CUBS CHEERING, SHOUTING ] ♪ [ GRUNTING ] [ AUDIENCE CHEERING ] I DID IT! I DID IT! YAY, KENNY! YAY! YOU DID IT, KENNY. [ PAPA ]:
YOU HIT A HOME RUN! THAT’S BECAUSE I LEARNED
THE FIRST THINGS FIRST, RIGHT, BROTHER? HA, HA, YOU BETCHA, KENNY.
JUST LIKE ME. ♪

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