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♪ Max and Ruby ♪

♪ Ruby and Max ♪

♪ Max and Ruby ♪

♪ Ruby and Max. ♪

( train whistle blowing )

            MAN:

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                      WOMAN:

           Ruby and her

little brother Max.

CHILDREN:

Max and Ruby.

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R         u         b         y         ’         s              F         I         g         u         r         e

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Come on, Max.

We’re almost

at the skating rink.

Written By: John Slama

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

( laughter )

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

( laughter )

( laughter )

( laughter )

( laughter )

Hockey.

You can’t play

hockey yet, Max.

First you have to

learn how to shake.

Louise and I are

going to practice

our figure skating,

and you’re going

to practice

not falling down.

It’s Max’s first

time on skates.

Ruby, look at her.

A figure eight.

Louise, that’s what we’re

going to practice today.

Right, Ruby.

Hockey.

( boys laughing )

( crowd cheering )

( crowd cheering )

( crowd cheering )

Roger scores!                   Roger scores!

Hockey.

Wait, Max.

You can’t play

hockey, yet.

You have to learn

           to skate first,

and the only way

to learn is

            to practice,

practice, practice.

Uh-huh.

You see, Max?

You can’t skate

without your skates.

How’s that?

Tight enough?

Don’t forget

your helmet.

Hockey.

No, Max. Let’s

try skating first.

Whoa.

( grunts )

( grunts )

I think he

needs some lessons.

Don’t worry, Max.

           I’ve got something

to help you learn to skate.

This is how I learned.

You just hold

on to the chair

and push yourself forward.

Try skating to

the other side

of the rink and back.

That’s a good

way to start.

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

Whoa!

Yeah!

Here goes.

My first try

at a figure eight.

Good try, Louise.

I can turn to the left

but not to the right.

Well, you’re

halfway there.

Let me try.

I’m the opposite of you.

I can turn right

but not left.

So we can

each do half.

Together, we can

make a figure eight.

But separately we’re

just two big zeros.

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

Let’s try it again.

You go first this time.

Oh, no.

Max!

Come on, Max.

You can’t play

hockey yet.

The other boys are

bigger and faster,

and they might

bump into you.

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

Whoo!

Whoo!

See what I mean?

You practice skating here,

           Max, away from the game.

Louise and I are going to

practice our figure eights.

I almost did

a figure eight.

Watch.

See. You just have

to get a good start

and know when

to turn the other way.

You try it, Ruby.

Okay. Here goes.

( gasps )

( gasps )

Freeze, Max.

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

Did you see

that, Max?

Those boys could have

knocked you down.

Hockey.

If you really want

to play hockey,

You have to learn

to skate first.

•Max & Ruby: Ruby’s Surprise Party (9/5/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

•Max & Ruby: Ruby’s Tent (9/5/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

Bonus Episode •Max & Ruby: Ruby’s Tea Party (1/14/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

R         u         b         y         ’         s              T         e         a

                                                                        P         a         r         t         y

Written By: Nicole Demerse

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

Yo, ho, ho.

Yo, ho, ho.

Yo, ho, ho.

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

Yo, ho, ho.

There.

There.

The tea is nearly ready.

The tea is nearly ready.

The finger sandwiches

           are finished.

The finger sandwiches

           are finished.

My plate of tea cakes

           are perfect.

Now all I need is some help

Now all I need is some help

to get everything

into the backyard.

Max.

Where did he go?

Yo, ho, ho.

Oh, there you are.

Oh, there you are.

Are you still

playing pirate?

           I’m putting on

a dolly tea party

           I’m putting on

a dolly tea party

into the backyard.

Would you like to help?

Yo, ho, ho?

Yo, ho, ho?

No, Max.

No, Max.

No, Max.

No, I can’t play

pirates with you.

We’re having

a tea party.

This is just the right size

for my dolly table.

Every tea party

needs a pretty tablecloth.

Can you please

put this on the table, Max?

Can you please

put this on the table, Max?

When you’re finished,

come back in, and I’ll have

the napkins ready for you.

Okay, Max?

Yo, ho, ho.

Max?

Max?

Max?

Max!

What have you done

with my tablecloth?

What have you done

with my tablecloth?

Yo, ho, ho.

Max, that’s my tea party

           tablecloth.

Max, that’s my tea party

           tablecloth.

It’s not a sail

for your pirate ship.

Come on, Max.

Instead of playing pirate,

           you can help me

fold the napkins.

           you can help me

fold the napkins.

There, it’s done.

There, it’s done.

What do you think, Max?

Yo, ho, ho.

No, Max.

We’re not playing

pirate today.

We’re having a tea party,

and these napkin boats

are for the table.

Can you take these

and arrange them

on the table please?

Oh, and remember, Max--

one napkin boat

per dolly.

( birds chirping )

Yo, ho, ho.

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( water splashing )

( water splashing )

Max!

Max!

Max!

What are you

doing now?!

Yo, ho, ho.

Yo, ho, ho.

Max, these aren’t

pirate boats.

They’re napkin boats.

We’re having a tea party,

and pirates aren’t invited.

We’re having a tea party,

and pirates aren’t invited.

We’re having a tea party,

and pirates aren’t invited.

We’re having a tea party,

and pirates aren’t invited.

You play here

while I fix the table.

You play here

while I fix the table.

You play here

while I fix the table.

Yo, ho, ho.

Yo, ho, ho.

I hope Max didn’t touch

           anything.

( sighs )

Good.

Everything is just the way

                      I left it.

Everything is just the way

                      I left it.

           The tablecloth

is still in place,

the finger sandwiches

           are all arranged

the finger sandwiches

           are all arranged

and each seat has a napkin boat

                      and a teacup

for each dolly.

for each dolly.

Wait a minute.

Everything’s here

but the dollies.

Everything’s here

but the dollies.

Where did they go?

DOLL:

I’m little Miss Miracle.

Waa, waa.

I’m little Miss Miracle.

Waa, waa.

I can talk and I can walk…

Yo, ho, ho.

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

No, Max!

…Miss Miracle. Waa…

Max, you can’t make

Little Miss Miracle

walk the plank.

Max, you can’t make

Little Miss Miracle

walk the plank.

We’re not playing

pirates, Max.

We’re having

a tea party.

Could you please take all

my dollies to the table,

while I go

upstairs to change.

while I go

upstairs to change.

while I go

upstairs to change.

while I go

upstairs to change.

Good.

Good.

           I’ll just finish

tying this bow, and…

           voila, just right

for an afternoon tea party

with all my favorite

           dolly friends.

with all my favorite

           dolly friends.

Now I’ll put on my special

royal princess ruby necklace.

Wait a second.

Where is my royal princess

                       ruby necklace?

Where is my royal princess

                       ruby necklace?

I know I left it here--

I know I left it here--

right beside my jewelry box.

Wait a second.

Where’s my jewelry box?

Where’s my jewelry box?

Where’s my jewelry box?

Max.

Max?

I’ve changed my mind.

Let’s play pirates.

Yo, ho, ho?

Yes, Captain Max.

Let’s start by digging

for buried pirate treasure.

Yo, ho, ho!

Hmm, so “X”

marks the spot.

Is this where we look

for buried treasure,

Captain Max?

Yo, ho, ho.

( thud )

( thud )

( thud )

( thud )

Aye, Captain Max.

           I think we found

our buried treasure.

It’s a treasure

chest all right.

It’s a treasure

chest all right.

I bet there are some

beautiful jewels inside.

My royal princess

ruby necklace.

My royal princess

ruby necklace.

To celebrate

our pirate haul,

To celebrate

our pirate haul,

I’m going to wear my special

royal princess ruby necklace

to the tea party.

to the tea party.

But only on

one condition.

That Captain Max, the pirate,

will be my special guest.

Yo, ho, ho.

Bonus Episode •Max & Ruby: Max Is It (1/14/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

M         a         x              I         s              I         t

Written By: Patrick Granleese

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

Written By: Patrick Granleese

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

( children laughing )

( children laughing )

( children laughing )

( giggling )

( giggling )

( giggling )

( giggling )

( giggling )

Swinging together was fun.

Swinging together was fun.

What game do you want

to play next?

There must be something

we can all play together.

Um…

Hmm.

Hmm.

( thud )

( thud )

Dribbler.

Freeze, Max.

Freeze, Max.

Freeze, Max.

Freeze tag!

                    Freeze tag!

Freeze tag’s fun.

Freeze tag’s fun.

I love freeze tag.

I love freeze tag.

I love freeze tag.

I love freeze tag.

           MAX:

Dribbler.

We just have lunch, Max.

We just have lunch, Max.

You can have your

Slime Dribbler

when it’s snack time.

when it’s snack time.

when it’s snack time.

Right now, why don’t

you play freeze tag

with Valerie, Louise

and me?

You know the rules,

don’t you, Max?

You know the rules,

don’t you, Max?

You know the rules,

don’t you, Max?

We should explain them.

We should explain them.

The way you play

freeze tag is…

The way you play

freeze tag is…

someone is It,

and It tries to

tag everyone else.

and It tries to

tag everyone else.

Once you get tagged

by It, you’re frozen.

Once you get tagged

by It, you’re frozen.

Once you get tagged

by It, you’re frozen.

And you have to

stay that way

And you have to

stay that way

And you have to

stay that way

until It tags everyone.

until It tags everyone.

We’ll show you.

Pretend I’m It.

You run away, Valerie.

You run away, Valerie.

Okay.

Okay.

Too late. Freeze.

Once you’re frozen,

you can’t move.

No matter what happens,

you have to stay frozen

until everyone

has been tagged.

until everyone

has been tagged.

Then the person who’s It

has to unfreeze everyone

by tagging them again.

by tagging them again.

( sighs )

( sighs )

Or you’d be

frozen forever.

Or you’d be

frozen forever.

Do you get

the idea, Max?

Let’s choose who’s It.

One potato, two potato,

three potato, four,

One potato, two potato,

three potato, four,

five potato, six potato,

seven potato, more.

five potato, six potato,

seven potato, more.

I’m glad

I’m not It.

I’m glad

I’m not It.

One potato, two potato,

three potato, four,

five potato, six potato,

seven potato, more.

five potato, six potato,

seven potato, more.

five potato, six potato,

seven potato, more.

It’s you or Max, Ruby.

One potato, two potato,

three potato, four,

One potato, two potato,

three potato, four,

five potato, six potato,

seven more.

five potato, six potato,

seven more.

You’re It, Max.

Good luck, Max.

Good luck, Max.

You’re going to need it.

You’re going to need it.

Big kids like

Valerie and Louise

are pretty hard

to catch, Max,

are pretty hard

to catch, Max,

but you can do it.

but you can do it.

Being It is fun.

Being It is fun.

Dribbler.

It’s not snack time, Max.

It’s not snack time, Max.

It’s game time.

It’s game time.

It’s game time.

Let’s start… now.

Catch me if

you can, Max.

Catch me if

you can, Max.

Catch me if

you can, Max.

You can’t catch me.

Here I am.

Try to catch me, Max.

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

Dribbler!

Dribbler!

Dribbler!

Look out!

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

Don’t let him

freeze you.

I’m too fast for you

to catch me, Max.

( whispers ):

Louise, have you

seen It anywhere?

( whispers ):

Louise, have you

seen It anywhere?

( whispers ):

Louise, have you

seen It anywhere?

Uh-uh.

Uh-uh.

Where’s It gone?

Oh, Max, where are you?!

Oh, Max, where are you?!

Oh, Max, where are you?!

Watch out, Ruby!

Behind you!

( shrieks )

( shrieks )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( all laughing )

( screams )

Freeze!

You’re frozen,

Valerie!

You’re frozen,

Valerie!

You’re frozen,

Valerie!

You can’t move!

You can’t move!

You can’t move!

You can’t move!

MAX:

Dribbler.

MAX:

Dribbler.

But we still can.

( Ruby laughing )

( Ruby laughing )

( Ruby laughing )

Look out!

Look out!

Look out!

Look out!

Look out!

Look out!

Freeze!

Freeze!

Louise, you’re

frozen, too.

It’s just you

and me, Max.

It’s just you

and me, Max.

( laughing )

           ( singsongy ):

You can’t catch me!

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( laughing )

( giggling )

( giggling )

( giggling )

( panting )

( panting )

( panting )

( panting )

                                  Oh, Max,

you haven’t frozen me yet.

                                  Oh, Max,

you haven’t frozen me yet.

Where has It gone?

Mm-mm-mm!

Mm-mm-mm!

Mm-mm-mm!

Mm-mm-mm!

Mm-mm-mm!

Mm-mm-mm!

Mm-mm-mm!

Mm-mm-mm!

Mm-mm-mm!                             Mm-mm-mm!

It’s not supposed to hide.

Mm-mm-mm!                             Mm-mm-mm!

Mm-mm-mm!                             Mm-mm-mm!

Dribbler!

Dribbler!

( gasps )

( shrieks )

Freeze!

Freeze!

Dribbler.

Bonus Episode •Max & Ruby: Ruby’s Science Project (1/14/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

R         u         b         y         ’         s              S         c         I         e         n         c         e

                                                                                                       P         r         o         J         e         c         t

Written By: James Backshall

Directed By: Jamie Whitney &

                     Steven Boeckler

Written By: James Backshall

Directed By: Jamie Whitney &

                     Steven Boeckler

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

Red alert! Red alert!

Danger, danger!

Danger, danger!

It was a great idea

to make a volcano

for a science project.

for a science project.

I think Bunny Scout leader’s

going to love it!

Red alert! Red alert!

( gasps )                         Danger, danger!

Red alert!

Red alert!

( slows down ):

Danger, danger!

You’ll have to play

with your toys

somewhere else, Max.

We can’t have any toys

near our science project.

Louise and I are making

a papier-mâché volcano

for our Bunny Scout

           science badge.

for our Bunny Scout

           science badge.

Volcanoes are like mountains

                      that explode

and shoot out red-hot lava

that runs down the sides.

and shoot out red-hot lava

that runs down the sides.

           See? It’s going to look

like this when it’s done.

           See? It’s going to look

like this when it’s done.

           See? It’s going to look

like this when it’s done.

           See? It’s going to look

like this when it’s done.

Candy!

No, Max, no candy now.

Candy!

What if I help you make

           a healthy snack?

Come on, Max.

Wait here.

I’ll be right back.

Here, Max, you can make

your own strawberry jam

and lettuce sandwich

just the way you like it.

and lettuce sandwich

just the way you like it.

Candy!

Candy!

Candy!

After you finish

your sandwich, Max.

After you finish

your sandwich, Max.

I’ve got to get back

to our science project.

Next, we need

to make our goopy glue.

Next, we need

to make our goopy glue.

Next, we need

to make our goopy glue.

Next, we need

to make our goopy glue.

First we need

one cup of flour,

First we need

one cup of flour,

then some water,

then stir.

It’s supposed to feel

like lumpy oatmeal.

It’s supposed to feel

like lumpy oatmeal.

It’s supposed to feel

like lumpy oatmeal.

Ew!                                                 Ew!

( both laughing )

Candy!

Candy!

Are you done with your sandwich

                      already, Max?

Hmm. I think

I’ll check.

Hmm. I think

I’ll check.

Okay, I’ll keep working.

Please move, Max.

Please move, Max.

You were supposed

to eat your food, Max,

not play with it.

Candy!

You need to have

some healthy food

before you can have

candy, Max.

( sighs ):

All right.

I’ll make the sandwich

for you.

Bunny Scout leader is coming

to see our science project

in a little while

so no more interruptions,

all right, Max?

Alert! Alert!

Prepare the disposal unit!

Prepare the disposal unit!

We need to drip

these paper strips

into the goop, and

lay them on the wire.

Ew!                                                 Ew!

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

This volcano is going

to look so real

when we’re done.

MAX:

Candy!

MAX:

Candy!

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

Is your sandwich gone this time?

All right, Max.

           I’ll go inside with you,

and you can pick out your candy.

           I’ll go inside with you,

and you can pick out your candy.

I’ll put this stuff away.

Hmm.

Hmm.

Max!

You were supposed

to eat the sandwich,

not put it back.

Candy.

How about some crunchy

granola chunks?

How about some crunchy

granola chunks?

How about some crunchy

granola chunks?

You like them.

Candy.

Candy.

Candy.

After your crunchy

granola chunks, Max.

Here you go.

Here you go.

When they’re gone,

you can have your candy.

( beeping )

( beeping )

( beeping )

Black and white…

Makes gray.

Makes gray.

Candy!

Hmm, your crunchy granola

chunks are all gone, Max?

The bowl is empty.

The bowl is empty.

That’s good, Max.

That’s good, Max.

I’ll get you some ca…

( squishing sound )

( squishing sound )

Max!

Max!

The cereal was supposed

to go inside you,

The cereal was supposed

to go inside you,

not back inside the box.

Candy.

Candy.

Candy.

I know something

Max might like.

I know something

Max might like.

I know something

Max might like.

Here you go, Max.

A nice fresh,

nutritious apple.

Thank you, Louise.

That’s a great

idea for a snack.

Candy.

( sighs )

Just have the

apple first, Max.

Then you can have

your candy, I promise.

Hmm.                                                 Hmm.

It’s very volcano-like.

Yes, but not very exciting.

Yes, but not very exciting.

I agree.

The lava just doesn’t

look like it’s gushing.

Candy.

Candy.

Is your apple all gone, Max?

All right, Max.

All right, Max.

All right, Max.

All right, Max.

I guess you can have

           some candy now.

Red-hot Marshmallow Squirters

                      coming up.

Here you go, Max.

Don’t get those messy things

too close to our project, Max.

These must be

something we can do

to make it more gushy.

to make it more gushy.

Hmm.         Hmm.

Hmm.         Hmm.

Hmm.         Hmm.

Max!          Max!

                  That’s it!

That’s it!

Very impressive, girls.

An outstanding job.

An outstanding job.

Now tell me,

Now tell me,

how did you make

that lava so gushy?

how did you make

that lava so gushy?

Well, we did have a

little help with that.

Candy.

Bonus Episode •Max & Ruby: Ruby Writes a Story (9/3/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

R         u         b         y              W         r         I         t         e         s

                                                    A              S         t         o         r         y

( blows )

Written By: Shelley Hoffman &

                  Robert Pincombe

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

There, a perfectly

sharpened pencil.

Written By: Shelley Hoffman &

                  Robert Pincombe

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

There, a perfectly

sharpened pencil.

           I can hardly wait

to start writing my story.

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

           I can hardly wait

to start writing my story.

I have so many ideas.

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

I have so many ideas.

I have so many ideas.

Let’s see.

Do I have everything I need?

Sharp pencils.

A brand-new eraser.

A brand-new eraser.

A brand-new eraser.

A brand-new eraser.

Lots of clean, white paper.

Lots of clean, white paper.

And a nice, quiet place.

And a nice, quiet place.

And a nice, quiet place.

And a nice, quiet place.

And a nice, quiet place.

Now, I’m ready to write.

                                  Now,

how should this story start?

Mmm.

Once upon a time…

Once upon a time…

Of course.

Every great story starts

with “Once upon a time.”

“Once upon a time

there was a… uh…”

“Once upon a time

there was a… uh…”

Cowboy.

Cowboy.

Cowboy.

Cowboy.

Cowboy.

I’m sorry, Max.

I don’t have time

to play cowboy right now.

I’m writing a story.

Now, where was I?

Oh, yes.

“Once upon a time

there was a… uh…”

“Once upon a time

there was a… uh…”

“Once upon a time

there was a… uh…”

“Once upon a time

there was a… uh…”

Cowboy.

Cowboy.

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

Max, why don’t

you play cowboy

upstairs in your room?

           I need quiet

so I can concentrate.

           I need quiet

so I can concentrate.

           I need quiet

so I can concentrate.

There. Now I can write my story.

( air hissing )

( air hissing )

( air hissing )

( air hissing )

( air hissing )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

Cowboy.

Cowboy.

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

                      Writing a story

sure can make you thirsty.

Now I can begin my story.

Now I can begin my story.

Now I can begin my story.

Now I can begin my story.

Let’s see, where was I?

Oh, yes.

            Once upon a time there

was a… beautiful princess.

            Once upon a time there

was a… beautiful princess.

            Once upon a time there

was a… beautiful princess.

            Once upon a time there

was a… beautiful princess.

Perfect.

Perfect.

Perfect.

           “Once upon a time

there was a beautiful princess.”

And then what? Hmm.

And then what? Hmm.

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

( harmonica playing )

Cowboy.

Cowboy.

              Max, I’m trying

to write my story.

It’s hard to concentrate

when you’re playing

your “Home on the Range”

harmonica.

Why don’t we find you

something quiet to play with?

Hmm.

Hmm.

Let’s see.

I know.

I know.

Why don’t you play with

your flipping chicks?

( chicks cheeping )

( chicks cheeping )

There. That’s much better

           than playing cowboy--

There. That’s much better

           than playing cowboy--

and much quieter.

( chicks cheeping )

( chicks cheeping )

( chicks cheeping )

( chicks cheeping )

( chicks cheeping )

( chicks cheeping )

( chicks cheeping )

Cowboy.

( laughing )

( laughing )

Hee-yah. Hee-yah.

Hee-yah. Hee-yah.

                      Writing a story

sure can make you hungry.

That’s much better.

Now I can write my story.

Now I can write my story.

Let’s see, where was I?

Let’s see, where was I?

Oh, yes.

Once upon a time there was

           a beautiful princess.

                      No, wait--

Not a beautiful princess.

A mysterious mermaid.

A mysterious mermaid.

Perfect.

Perfect.

           “Once upon a time

there was a mysterious mermaid.”

And then what happened?

Hmm.

Hee-yah, hee-yah.

Hee-yah, hee-yah.

( chicks cheeping )

( chicks cheeping )

( chicks cheeping )

( chicks cheeping )

Hee-yah,

hee-yah, hee-yah.

Hee-yah, hee-yah.

Whoa.

Whoa.

Max, it’s hard

to make up a story

when you’re herding

your flipping chicks

through the kitchen.

If you want to play cowboy,

you can play outside.

Here you go, Max.

There’s plenty of room

for you to play

cowboy out here.

Whoa.

( mechanical whirring )

( mechanical whirring )

( mechanical whirring )

( mechanical whirring )

( mechanical whirring )

( mechanical whirring )

( mechanical whirring )

( mechanical whirring )

Hmm.

Hmm.

Hmm.

Hmm.

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

Shoo.

( sighs )

( sighs )

Cowboy.

( laughs )

Max.

Max.

           I’m trying

to write my story,

but you keep

interrupting.

but you keep

interrupting.

First you came in

playing cowboy songs

on your “Home on the Range”

                      harmonica.

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

( playing random notes )

There you herded flipping chicks

through the kitchen

on your hobbyhorse.

Hee-yah. Hee-yah.

Then you lassoed

a runaway lobster

Then you lassoed

a runaway lobster

Then you lassoed

a runaway lobster

                       like you’re

a rootin’-tootin’ cowboy.

                       like you’re

a rootin’-tootin’ cowboy.

           No wonder I can’t think

of what comes next in my story.

           I only get to, “Once

upon a time there was a…”

Cowboy.

( gasps ):

That’s it.

( gasps ):

That’s it.

I know what my story’s

going to be about.

Come on, Max.

You can help me.

“Once upon a time

there was a…”

Cowboy.

Yee-hah.

( giggles )

( giggles )

( giggles )

( giggles )

Bonus Episode •Max & Ruby: Max’s Dominoes (9/3/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

M         a         x         ’         s              D         o         m         I         n         o         e         s

You have to set

the dominoes up

very carefully, Max.

the dominoes up

very carefully, Max.

the dominoes up

very carefully, Max.

the dominoes up

very carefully, Max.

the dominoes up

very carefully, Max.

There.

There.

Now watch this.

Again!

Sorry, Max, but I can’t

play dominoes anymore.

Sorry, Max, but I can’t

play dominoes anymore.

Written By: Shelley Hoffman &

                  Robert Pincombe

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

Louise and I are going to earn

           our hospitality badge

Louise and I are going to earn

           our hospitality badge

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

by hosting this afternoon’s

           Bunny Scout meeting.

by hosting this afternoon’s

           Bunny Scout meeting.

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

( doorbell rings )

( doorbell rings )

( gasps )

( gasps )

That must be Louise now.

That must be Louise now.

Morris is with her,

so you two can play

while we prepare

for the meeting.

Hi, Louise.

Hi, Morris.

Won’t you

please come in?

Why, thank you, Ruby.

You’re a wonderful hostess.

Thanks, Louise.

I have so many ideas

for today’s Bunny

Scout meeting.

Me, too.

Wait till you

see what I brought.

I can’t decide which

tablecloth to put out.

Which do you like, Louise?

Which do you like, Louise?

Hmm. They’re

both so pretty.

Dominoes.

Again.

You’re absolutely right, Louise.

This tablecloth

is perfect.

This tablecloth

is perfect.

Do you remember

what we have to do

to get our

hospitality badge?

           “A good hostess

serves refreshments.”

And, “A good hostess

also makes beautiful

decorations.”

also makes beautiful

decorations.”

And most importantly,

“A good hostess…

…always stays calm

when things go wrong.”

Dominoes.

Dominoes.

Again.

Again.

Max, there are dominoes

all over the floor.

Remember, Ruby,

“A good hostess

always stays calm

when things go wrong.”

You’re right, Louise.

Max,

           you and Morris

will have to play

           with another toy

while Louise and I

           with another toy

while Louise and I

get ready

for our meeting.

I have a recipe for delicious,

no-bake cookies.

You make them with cocoa

You make them with cocoa

and honey and coconut,

and granola…

and honey and coconut,

and granola…

And marshmallows,

my favorite.

And marshmallows,

my favorite.

And marshmallows,

my favorite.

                       And then,

we’ll shake on candy sprinkles.

                       And then,

we’ll shake on candy sprinkles.

What are you using

for decorations, Ruby?

What are you using

for decorations, Ruby?

                      I collected lots

of autumn leaves and pine cones

to make a beautiful centerpiece.

to make a beautiful centerpiece.

to make a beautiful centerpiece.

Oh, Ruby,

they will be beautiful.

I’ll start

mixing the cookies.

And I’ll make

the centerpiece.

( playing music )

( playing music )

( playing music )

( playing music )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

Dominoes.

Again.

Again.

A good hostess always serves

                      refreshments,

and these cookies

looks delicious, Louise.

Thanks, Ruby.

Thanks, Ruby.

We’ll put on the

candy sprinkles

We’ll put on the

candy sprinkles

just before the

Bunny Scouts arrive.

A good hostess always makes

beautiful decorations,

and your centerpiece

is beautiful, Ruby.

Max, we want everything

to be perfect

so we can get our

hospitality badge.

So you boys will

have to play quietly

So you boys will

have to play quietly

while we have our

Bunny Scout meeting.

while we have our

Bunny Scout meeting.

The Bunny Scout meeting.

The Bunny Scout meeting.

We have to change

into our uniforms.

LOUISE:

We’d better hurry.

The Bunny Scouts should

be here any second.

I hope I have time

to put sprinkles

on the cookies.

( doorbell ringing )

( doorbell ringing )

( doorbell ringing )

They’re here!

                               They’re here!

I’ll finish the cookies.

I’ll finish the cookies.

I’ll get the door.

Hello, Bunny Scout Ruby.

Hello, Bunny Scout Ruby.

Welcome, Bunny Scouts.

Welcome, Bunny Scouts.

Won’t you please

come in?

Won’t you please

come in?

Why, thank you, Ruby.

Why, thank you, Ruby.

It’s my pleasure.

It’s my pleasure.

Do you remember everything

                      you have to do

to earn your hospitality badge?

“A good hostess always

serves refreshments.”

“A good hostess always

serves refreshments.”

“A good hostess always

serves refreshments.”

Louise is in the

kitchen right now

Louise is in the

kitchen right now

putting the finishing

touches on her cookies.

putting the finishing

touches on her cookies.

putting the finishing

touches on her cookies.

           “A good hostess always

makes beautiful decorations.”

          “A good hostess always

makes beautiful decorations.”

           “A good hostess always

makes beautiful decorations.”

And if you

come this way…

And if you

come this way…

…I have decorated

the dining room

especially for

the meeting.

( gasps )

( gasps )

Max, where did all

these toys come from?

And where did my

candy sprinkles go?

And where did my

candy sprinkles go?

Remember, Bunny Scouts,

Remember, Bunny Scouts,

the most important thing

a good hostess does.

the most important thing

a good hostess does.

LOUISE AND RUBY:

“A good hostess

always stays calm

when things go wrong.”

That’s right.

That’s right.

Don’t worry, everyone.

I’ll have this cleaned up

           in no time at all.

I’ll have this cleaned up

           in no time at all.

Oops.

Oops.

Oops.

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( barking )

( train whistle blowing )

( train whistle blowing )

( train whistle blowing )

( train whistle blowing )

        Oh.

Oh.          Oh.

        Oh.

Oh.          Oh.

        Oh.

Oh.          Oh.

        Oh.

Oh.          Oh.

        Oh.

Oh.          Oh.

RUBY:

Look out, Louise.

( music playing )

( music playing )

GIRLS:

Ah!

GIRLS:

Ah!

GIRLS:

Ah!

Red alert! Red alert!

Danger, danger!

Red alert! Red alert!

Danger, danger!

Danger, danger!

Danger, danger!

Danger, danger!

Red alert! Red alert!

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

GIRLS:

Ooh!

GIRLS:

Ooh!

GIRLS:

Ooh!

GIRLS:

Ooh!

( rocket whistling )

( rocket whistling )

( rocket whistling )

( rocket whistling )

( rocket whistling )

                                   Ah!

Ah!            Ah!

My candy sprinkles!

Congratulations, Bunny Scouts.

Congratulations, Bunny Scouts.

           You’ve earned

your hospitality badge.

Dominoes.

Again.

           GIRLS:

Yes, again.

Bonus Episode •Max & Ruby: Grandma's Attic (9/3/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

G         r         a         n         d         m         a         ’         s              A         t         t         I         c

Ooh.

                Ooh.

Ooh.

                Ooh.

Written By: James Backshall

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

Ooh.

                Ooh.

Well, here it is.

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

This is my attic.

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

RUBY:

It’s much bigger

than I thought.

RUBY:

It’s much bigger

than I thought.

RUBY:

It’s much bigger

than I thought.

Too big and too full.

Too big and too full.

Too big and too full.

Too full? I could spend

all day up here.

Too full? I could spend

all day up here.

Couldn’t you, Max?

Couldn’t you, Max?

Couldn’t you, Max?

Couldn’t you, Max?

Treasure.

Treasure.

Look at that.

Look at that.

Look at that.

Nobody’s even into

that chest for years.

Nobody’s even into

that chest for years.

No, Max.

No, Max.

No, Max.

No, Max.

Now, would you like to

pick out some clothes

to play dress up in?

to play dress up in?

Oh, Grandma, can we?

You can play

while I do my spring

cleaning downstairs.

I’ll come back up in awhile

to see how you’re doing.

All right, Grandma.

All right, Grandma.

This is going to be

           so much fun.

Don’t you think so, Max?

Don’t you think so, Max?

Don’t you think so, Max?

Treasure.

No, Max.

No, Max.

That’s Grandma’s

special box.

That’s Grandma’s

special box.

Come on, let’s

play dress up.

Come on, let’s

play dress up.

Where should we start?

Where should we start?

I know.

Look, Max.

It’s all frilly and lacy.

Do I look like

a princess?

Do I look like

a princess?

Do I look like

a princess?

Do I look like

a princess?

Do I look like

a princess?

Do I look like

a princess?

Treasure.

Treasure.

No, Max.

Grandma said

nobody ever goes

into her special box.

I just have to see

what this dress looks like

                                  on me.

( gasps )

( gasps )

Oh, my!

            Why, certainly you may

have this dance, kind prince.

( laughs )

What are you doing, Max?

Treasure.

Treasure.

Treasure.

Let’s find something

for you to try on, Max.

Let’s find something

for you to try on, Max.

                       Here’s some

of Grandpa’s old clothes.

Let’s play store.

You can be the customer.

Now let me see.

Now let me see.

These look like

just your size, sir.

Hmm.

It looks like

your pants could use

some alterations, sir.

There, perfect.

Can I interest you

in anything else, sir?

Look what I found, Max.

Look what I found, Max.

Max?

Max?

Max?

Max?

Hmm.

Treasure!

Treasure!

No, Max.

It’s not a

treasure chest.

It’s not a

treasure chest.

It’s Grandma’s

special box,

It’s Grandma’s

special box,

and you’re not

allowed to look in it.

Thank you.

I’ve got something

that’s just right

for you, sir.

that’s just right

for you, sir.

that’s just right

for you, sir.

that’s just right

for you, sir.

Once again, a perfect choice,

if I do say so myself.

if I do say so myself.

Those look like hat boxes, Max.

Let’s see

if we can find some nice hats.

Too flowery.

Too flowery.

Too feathery.

Too feathery.

Now this is fit

for a princess.

Now this is fit

for a princess.

           Of course

I’ll save the last dance

for you, my prince.

for you, my prince.

But first I have to see

what Max is up to.

But first I have to see

what Max is up to.

Max?

Max?

Max?

Max?

Max?

Max?

Max?

Max, have you seen Grandma’s

special box?

Max, have you seen Grandma’s

special box?

( knocking on wood )

Treasure.

Treasure.

( sighs ):

           Oh.

Let’s find you a hat, too, Max.

Let’s find you a hat, too, Max.

Try this on.

Try this on.

Hmm. No.

Too… wintery.

Definitely not right

for my prince.

There you go, sir.

That will be five dollars.

Ding.

Ding.

Ding.

Thank you for shopping

with us, sir,

and have a pleasant day.

and have a pleasant day.

Hmm.

Hmm.

Hmm.

Hmm.

Hmm.

Hmm.

I wonder if Grandma

has any fancy old shoes

to go with this dress.

to go with this dress.

to go with this dress.

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

Oh, these are definitely

Oh, these are definitely

fit for a princess.

fit for a princess.

Aren’t I graceful, and…

Whoa, whoa!

Whoa, whoa!

Whoa, whoa!

Whoa, whoa!

…elegant, Max?

…elegant, Max?

You need shoes, too, Max.

You need shoes, too, Max.

Shoes complete the outfit.

Shoes complete the outfit.

Maybe Grandpa’s shoes

are in the

cupboard.

Look, Max!

I found Grandpa’s

fancy dress shoes.

I found Grandpa’s

fancy dress shoes.

You put them on while

I look for a purse.

You put them on while

I look for a purse.

Treasure.

Treasure.

Treasure.

Treasure.

Look what I found, Max.

( key jangling )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

Oh, no, Max.

How did you get in there?

( footsteps approaching )

GRANDMA:

Max!

I thought I lost

that key years ago.

( gasps )

( gasps )

And look at you, Max!

And look at you, Max!

You look like somebody

else I know.

MAX:

Grandpa!

Your grandpa and I wore

those same outfits

Your grandpa and I wore

those same outfits

to the annual

Bunny Hop.

to the annual

Bunny Hop.

This is one memory

I’ll always treasure.

This is one memory

I’ll always treasure.

Treasure!

( laughter )

( laughter )

( laughter )

( laughter )

Max & Ruby Website Promo[]

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Max’s Christmas/Ruby’s Snow Queen/Max’s Rocket Run End Credits[]

Ruby’s Figure Eight/Ruby’s Surprise Party/Ruby’s Tent End Credits[]

•Ruby’s Tea Party/Max Is It/Ruby’s Science Project End Credits[]

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A Nelvana Limited Production

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

Michael Hirsh (Belgian-Canadian film producer)

Scott Dyer (Executive producer)

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

Diana Manson

Tina Peel

SUPERVISING PRODUCERS

Jocelyn Hamilton

Patricia R. Burns

Marianne Culbert

Cynthia Taylor

PRODUCER

Tracy Leach

STORY EDITOR

Kate Barris

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Ron Wilson

Featuring

Samantha Morton

As

Ruby

FEATURING THE VOICES OF:

Max Bunny (character) Billy Rosemberg

Captain Max                 Clancy Brown

Birds

Slime Dribbler               Dee Bradley Baker

Little Miss Miracle         Cheryl Chase

Louise                           Julie Lemieux

Valerie                           Alexis Walla

Robot                            Tom Kenny

Bunny Scout Leader     Sarah Adams (voice actor)

CASTING

Debra Toffan

Karen Goora

TORONTO VOICE DIRECTION BY

Debra Toffan

LONDON VOICE DIRECTION BY

Alan Fitter

CASTING SUPERVISOR

Dee Shipley

CASTING CO-ORDINATOR

Danis Goulet

CASTING ASSISTANTS

Edmond Chan

Elisabeth Soares

RECORDING ASSISTANTS

Kerry Bones

Gregory Pilsworth

Matthew Skal

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR

Ruta Cube

PRODUCTION MANAGER

Judy Leung

PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATORS

Lesley Saliwonchyk

Leslie Zahara

SCRIPT CO-ORDINATORS

Rosanna D’Souza

Andrea Sykes

STORYBOARD ARTISTS

Alan Bunce

Tim O’Halloran

Greg Hill

Kris Pearn

Drazen Kozjan

Dave Pemberton

Rick Marshall

Genni Selby

STORYBOARD CLEAN-UP ARTISTS

Kathy Paulin-Lougheed

Hong Qi

Winky Wong

DESIGN SUPERVISOR

Chun Yin Joey So

DESIGN CO-ORDINATOR

Rick Rouse

DESIGNERS

Andrej Krystoforski

Michael Lahay

Rodica Oancea

Bradley Overall

Mark Poulin

Daniela Strijleva

ANIMATION CREW

Michael Lahay

Pat Knight

Jeff Astolfo

Neil McNeil

Andre Beaulne

John Mahovlich

Campbell Bryer

Kevin Micallef

Matt Ferguson

John Morgan

Joe Giampapa

Miebaka Ogan

Roja Huchez

Wendy Parkin

Danny Kahan

Andy Powell

Christos Katopodis

Troy Quane

Marc Sevier

ANIMATION SUPERVISOR

Michael Lahay

DESIGN BREAKER

Daniela Strijleva

SCENE PLANNING

Rodica Mihailescu

ANIMATION TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Kevin Colbourne

BACKGROUND SUPERVISOR

Gary Hunt

BACKGROUND ARTISTS

Robyn Tacchino

Violeta Nikolic

COLOR STYLIST

Laurel Daugherty-Seto

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

Eric Flaherty

Remko Noteboom

Lloyd Simms

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Dan Mokriy

PRE-PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR

Chris Gould

PRE-PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATOR

Rosanne Howell

TECHNICAL LEAD

Henry Watkins

PRE-PRODUCTION EDITING

Darrell MacDonald

Ellen DesRues

Steve MacDonald

Mark Grosicki

Paul Telford

Robert Henry

Kent Theaker

Shelley Mills-Hughes

Peter Winninger

Mark Westberg

PRE-PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS

Kevan Byrne

David Wright

Steve Foster

Jean Vanhaelen

VIDEO TRANSFER SUPERVISOR

Jeff Howard

SPLITTERS

Sean Hadley

John Lyons

SCANNERS

John Lyons

Robert Jarvis

DIRECTOR - AUDIO/VIDEO POST PRODUCTION

Helen Lebeau

SENIOR POST PRODUCTION MANAGER

Glen Pollock

POST PRODUCTION MANAGER

Paul Juby

POST PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATOR

Brian Marsh

POST PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS

Joey Aguiar

Jaimie Galloro

PICTURE EDITOR

Jamie Ebata

ASSISTANT PICTURE EDITORS

Sonia Godding

Alicia Lee

INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL SERVICES

Dan Wannamaker

Jason McKenzie

THEME AND MUSIC BY

TTG Music Lab

MUSIC SUPERVISOR

Amy Fritz

MUSIC EDITORS

Simon Barry

Peter Branton

Tony Crea

MUSIC ASSISTANT

Norm Beaver

SUPERVISING SOUND EDITOR

Craig Marshall

DIALOGUE EDITORS

Kevin Traver

Rick Dubiel

SOUND EFFECTS EDITORS

John Baktis

Eric Mattar-Hurlbut

ASSISTANT SOUND EDITOR

Sean Pearson

BUSINESS & LEGAL AFFAIRS

Jane Harrison

EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANT

Dr. Rita Weisskoff

ADDITIONAL PRODUCTION FACILITIES

Saunders + Gordon

The Sound Company Limited

SOHO

Studio 306 Inc.

A Nelvana Limited Production in association with

Silver Lining Productions Limited

And produced in association with

Treehouse

Production Executives for Treehouse

Sarah Haasz & Daphne Ballon

and produced in association with

TFO-TVOntario

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TFO

CBC Radio-Canada

And with the participation of

Canada

The Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit

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All Rights Reserved.

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