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today, you'll learn how to lose three times more weight and three times more body fat than dieting on your own plus the secret to losing up to 10 pounds and five inches overall in your very first month. and now here's your host, kathy levine. [ applause ] hello, and welcome. thank you so much. we have such an amazing show for you today. you're going to laugh. some of you may cry. but all of us wille inspired by the stories we hear today. and who better to get it started than marie osmond? you know her. you love her. you grew up with her. please welcome a true inspiration, my friend, marie osmond. [ cheers and applause ] kathy! look at you! oh! -oh, my gosh. it's so good to see you. look at you! -look at you! -woman! oh, my gosh. you look just gorgeous. -oh, thank you. -and i mean, you --
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-[ chuckling ] no. -and here you are still looking... -oh, you're so sweet. -...unbelievable. -thank you. and you do it all, and you still look absolutely incredible. so, you're going to give the credit to nutrisystem? well, i feel good right now. [ laughter ] do you know what, though? honestly, absolutely, 100%, i give the credit to nutrisystem because there is no way i could do everything that i do if i had those 50 pounds on me. that had to hurt. it would be absolutely impossible. i mean, i spent years and years -- and i know you all understand this -- doing that yo-yo-diet thing. -yep. -and it's crazy because i would lose weight, and then you would feel like you were doing pretty good. and then, all of the sudden, you put the weight back on and a little bit more. there's nothing worse for your body than to do that. and you get so defeated. you feel terrible. it's those ups and downs. they're just awful aren't they? they're terrible. and every time you gain weight and then it comes back on you -- i don't know how you felt, but i felt like a failure. mm-hmm. mm-hmm. "my fault." -i know. that's why -- people say,
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it is why i'm here to tell you about nutrisystem, because i have not yo-yo'ed in nine years. it taught me how to take control of my life and my weight, and it's doable. it rocks. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] stay tuned to find out about the all-new turbo 10 and how you can lose up to 10 pounds in your first month and five inches overall. featuring the all-new turbo shakes and our mega-popular nutricrush shakes. last time i was in this chair, i was excited for a new adventure, but i was also ashamed of myself. i feel lighter sitting in this chair. nutrisystem has changed my life in many ways. it's made me healthier, which is what i was looking for. but it's also made me happier. before nutrisystem, i didn't have much energy. i just wanted to go to sleep. but now i do things with my daughters that i didn't do before. i'm there for them. you know, we go hiking, so i'm getting them healthy, too.
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and she has more energy to spend time with us and play. as a mom, it's not just about you. you need to stick around. your kids want to see you live into nice, ripe old age. so, that means get healthy. wow, i mean, look at that. is that a transformation? that's incredible. [ applause ] isn't that awesome? [ kathy ] great. it is great. [ laughs ] and there is no substitute for looking and feeling good. and with nutrisystem, we've made it so simple. that's right. they did all the work for you. look at this table. i mean, seriously, all you have to do is heat it and eat it. do you like ravioli? that's it. do you like brownies? do you like mac and cheese? have you tried the new turbo shakes? i haven't. okay, they're delicious. try it. i love it -- first-timers. oh, that's like pure chocolate heaven. it's so good. and you know what i like to do? and it's like ice cream. 'cause i like the chocolate milkshake anyway, so this one is just adding probiotics so it's getting rid of that... -the belly bloat. -...belly bloat.
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it helps you in your digestion and everything. it's fantastic. so, here's the deal should we pass them around? would you like to try them? oh, you have to try these. okay, you have to try them. they are so good. these are so good. [ applause ] yummy. yeah you're gonna love them. honest. how yummy are these shakes, everybody? come on! be honest. thumbs up. [ cheers and applause ] aren't they amazing? -they're delicious. -they're really good. -mm, they are so good. -they taste better to me than any kind of shake out there. it's like you're really having... it's a real chocolate milkshake. ...a dessert. yum. -it is so good. turbo shakes are nutrisystem's newest and biggest breakthrough. i just know you're gonna love them. i love the new shakes. i lost 12 pounds my first month. don't wait -- start looking and feelg great right now. [ male announcer ] are you ready to lose up to three times more weight than dieting on your own? then you're ready for the all-new turbo 10. lose up to 10 pounds and five inches overall in your first month. lose weight fast, have more energy, and get healthy. you'll love it -- money back guaranteed!
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and i'm glad i did. 48 pounds gone! [ mark ] i lost 37 pounds and 42 inches. this is the new me, thanks to nutrisystem. [ male announcer ] join the millions of people who have turned to nutrisystem, america's number-one home-delivery weight-loss plan. nutrisystem works! lose up to three times more body fat than dieting on your own. the secr is our nutrisystem nutrient mix. it's the perfect combination of lean protein, healthy fats, and smart carbs, all perfectly portioned to help stabilize blood sugar and fight hunger. order your 28-day plan right now. you'll get delicious breakfasts, lunches, dinners, even snacks for less than $12 a day! choose from over 150 foods that are easy to prepare, all with absolutely no artificial flavors, preservatives, colors, sweeteners, or high-fructose corn syrup. with nutrisystem, say yes to lean proteins, whole grains, smart carbs, and healthy fats.
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[ karen ] i turned to nutrisystem because i love the food. i could talk about the food forever. the food is rely awesome. and on nutrisystem, i could eat that and still lose weight. [ male announcer ] nutrisystem is an easy plan for today's busy lifestyle. counting points, calories, weighing-in... ooh! not for me. [ male announcer ] call or click now to order your 28-day plan and we'll rush you the all-new turbo 10 with one week of our all-new turbo shakes free. the free turbo shakes are designed to help reduce belly bloat. it's that uncomfortable full feeling that causes your abdomen to swell and distend. the free turbo shakes are specially formulated with 22 vitamins and minerals and packed with protein and probiotics to support digestive health, boost immunity, and help busthat belly bloat! jump-start your weight loss and blast belly bloat with turbo shakes all in your first four weeks. [ male announcer ] that's right, marie. that's why everyone who orders today gets turbo shakes free! bye-bye, stubborn belly fat.
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our mega-popular nutricrush shakes to crush hunger -- free. act fast -- the fit 500 callers will get this nutrisystem shaker bottle free. it's all part of our limited-time offer. but wait! call in the next 24 minutes and we'll throw in fedex shipping absolutely free. there has never been a better time to start nutrisystem. try us for two weeks. if you don't love your results, we'll give you your money back -- guaranteed. call or click now to get your free turbo shakes, free nutricrush shakes, free shaker bottle, and free shipping. don't wait -- this exclusive tv offer is only available for a limited time. the phone lines are open, and the reps are standing by. ll now. [ applause ] yep. welcome back. we are joid today by the fabulous marie. ooh, you're so cute. [ laughs ] -entertainer extraordinaire. you know, there are so many people who have succeeded on the nutrisystem program. -they really have. -let's take genie francis, soap legend star. -yeah, that's right.
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[ laughs ] and look at her. -incredible, right? -incredible. [ applause ] we havmore nutrisystem stories to come, including a really shocking surprise for several ladies who've had great success with nutrisystem, and so many more incredible success stories to inspire us all. and i have a little secret to share with everybody here and all of you out there at home. many pro athletes and many other celebrities are nutrisystem success stories, too. that's right. legendary quarterback dan marino lost 22 pounds on the nutrisystem program. -crazy. -and don't football players want real food? -they want real food, right? hey, dan marino! it's "danny" and marie. look! n marino! hey, marie. looking good. me and mie go way back almost 10 years now with nutrisystem. i'm dan marino, and i lost 22 pounds with nutrisystem. 10 years lat, and the food is better than ever. marie, you don't look a day over 29.
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thanks, dan! you're cute! [ laughs ] [ applause ] wow, well, joining us now are three incredible ladies, all nutrisystem success stories... -whoo-hoo! -...lori, vanessa, and kelly. [ applause ] hello, ladies. -hello. -hello. aren't you beautiful. look at you. they are, and we're going to have some fun because, with nutrisystem, it's not just about how you look. -right. it's about how you feel. but let's show our audience first what you used to look like before your big weight losses. take a look. so when you see that -- just tell me what you think. [ lori ] when i see that, i get emotional, because that's not me. it's not me. this is me, living my life, being there for my kids. we had kids much later in life, and i wanted to be the mom that was on the jungle gym, that was coaching their volleyball team, that was running around with them
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i didn't want to be the mom anymore that said, "no, honey, i can't go swimming with you right now", you know, secretly because i'm petrified to put on a bathing suit, you know? and now i'm present for them and for me. [ marie ] no more excuses. [ applause ] ahh. okay, so, i just -- can i just hug you? yeah. are you kidding? [ laughter ] are you kidding me? because i know -- don't you feel like life has just begun? it's absolutely just begun. i love that. what about you, vanessa -- when you see you before? [ vanessa ] when i see me before, it takes me back to -- i travel a lot for work. and it is a mortifying experience to walk on a plane and somebody look at you like, "oh, don't sit next to me. don't sit next to me." at my heaviest, i was this close to having to get a seat belt extender on the plane. and it's an uncomfortable feeling feeling like you got to suck it in just to put a seat belt on. so how do you feel now when you fly? [ sighs ] [ laughter ] it feels so good.
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and i put that seat belt on. and i stretch that sucker as far as it will go... [ laughter, applause ] so, i'm just like, "yh!" how about beautiful kelly? when i look at those pictures, i see a sad person. i see a person who was hiding. i see a person who was comforting myself. my husband and i lost a child in my late 20s. and i was always a thin person before. so, i turned to comfort food. and we had two more beautiful children, but i was never able to get that weight off. for 20 years, i couldn't get the weight off and i just turned to food. what do you think -- you give yourself a reason why did it. i know what loss is. i'm so sorry. thank you. sorry. and you always can find a reason to excuse yourself or to justify why you've done something. mm-hmm.
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because you -- that's huge. after 20 years... -yeah. ...of being a ceain weight, what did that to you? well, it was a series of things. i couldn't do the things i wanted to do. i didn't feel like the person i really was. and i also could see it affecting my children, who are now in college. and by the way, they've improved their lifestyle. my son has actually lost 10 inches off his waist in the last year. how does that make you feel? oh, it's an amazing thing. -isn't it awesome? -yeah, it's awesome. and to hear my daughter tell me how proud she is of me, um...means everything, you know? and so, now i'm able to just enjoy life. all right, so, that's so awesome. and you need -- let's do that fun thing. should we do that? -let's do it. you know why? -tell them. -because it's so easy to forget how much the weight was that you really lost. you lose perspective on the amount of 40, 50, 65 pounds, even 10 pounds. yes. so, we have this fun thing today.
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you're gonna love it. we're gonna love it... -it's so gross. -...'cause i'm gonna watch. but we have this sled pull where each of you will be loaded with the amount of weight you lost -- both: real anatomical fat. -this was what was sitting -- -wow, that was good. we did that together. -that was very well done. we could actually dance, too. [ laughter ] and let me show you, marie, what we have here. okay, so, check this out, ladies. this is a [grunts] a piece of fat. -look at that thing. -that's one. that is so heavy. feel that. that sucker is heavy. hey, dan! whoo! [ laughter ] good catch! way to catch! [ laughs ] oh, hey, i used to be a wide receiver. now i'm a tight end. okay! [ laughter ] so, should we do this? -let's do this. we're gonna have each of you grab onto your sled with the weight -- -okay, so, come over here. -right. so, each of you go to your weight. so, lori -- and you're going to pull your weight loss. come on, let's get them going here. go, girls. come on. [ audience clapping rhythmically ] yeah. -oh, my gosh. -give it a pull.
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come on, girl! you're in training for a marathon. get out there and pull that weight. come on, give it a pull. -isn't that crazy? -you can do it. -can i try it? oh, my gosh. my heart is cing. [ kathy ] come on, marie, pull your weight. that's 50 pounds. this is what i do for my brother in vegas every day -- i pull his weight. [ laughter ] but can you imagine with your dancing... -oh, my gosh. -...and all your rehearsals with extra 50? no, do you know what? i'm winded. -yes. -i am, i'm actually winded. imagine walking up the stairs with that 50 pounds on you. 50 pounds is huge. -and i'm in pretty good shape. -congratulations. -you guys rock. -yes, you do. -you're awesome. [ applause ] fabulous. [ laughter ] -group hug! -wonderful job. you all did a great job. [ male announcer ] are you ready to lose up to three times more weight than dieting on your own? then you're ready for the all-new turbo 10. lose up to 10 pounds and five inches overall in your first month. lose weight fast, have more energy, and get healthy. i'm anastasia, and i lost 55 pounds on nutrisystem. when i look in the mirror,
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i've not gone a week without losing weight in 11 months, and all i did was eat. [ male announcer ] join the millions of people who have turned to nutrisystem, america's number-one home-delivery weight-loss plan. lose up to three times more body fat than dieting on your own. the secret is our nutrisystem nutrient mix. it's the perfect combination of lean protein, healthy fats, and smart carbs, all perfectly portioned to help stabilize blood sugar and fighhunger. order your 28-day plan right now. you'll get delicious breakfasts, lunches, dinners, even snacks for less than $12 a day, all with absolutely no artificial flavors, preservatives, colors, sweeters, or high-fructose corn syrup. with nutrisystem, say yes to lean proteins, whole grains, smart carbs, and healthy fats. it's smart, healthy weight loss you can feel good about. you eat the food, and you lose the weight. i saw results fast jump-start your weight loss
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all in your first four weeks. [ male announcer ] call or click now to order your 28-day plan and we'll rush you the all-new turbo 10 with one week of our all-new turbo shakes free. the free turbo shakes are designed to help reduce belly bloat. it's that uncomfortable full feeling that caus your abdomen to swell and distend. the free turbo shakes are specially formulated with 22 vitamins and minerals and packed with protein and probiotics to support digestive health, boost immunity, and help bust that belly bloat! we'll also include our mega-popular nutricrush shakes to crush hunger -- free. act fast -- the first 500 callers will get this nutrisystem shaker bottle free. it's all part of our limited-time offer. but wait! call in the next 15 minutes and we'll throw in fedex shipping absolutely free. there has never been a better time to start nutrisystem. try us for two weeks. if you don't love your results, we'll give you your money back -- guaranteed. call or click now
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free nutricrush shakes, free shaker bottle, and free shipping. don't wait -- this exclusive tv offer is only available for a limited time. the phone lines are open, and the reps are standing by. call now. [ applause ] welcome back. all of us can be a successful story, and we can reach our goals. i'm telling you. i'm here to tell you that this can happen for you. and nutrisystem, to me -- i've done them all. they're the best. they're the best. no question. now for our much-anticipated interview with genie francis. yeah, genie. the hardest thing for me about my weight loss was, at 14 ars old, going to work at "general hospital," and they decided to put laura "on a diet". it was very hard for me as a very young girl to bput on a diet on tv, and that made me very insecure. that's how, you know, my body image, uh... how it began.
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every fad crazy diet. i've been in pain about my body and my weight all my life. i tried nutrisystem, telling myself, when i saw the food and all the things that i could eat, "this isn't gonna work." there is no way that i can eat all that food and have a dessert and lose weight. i'll do it. i'll do it just to prove you wrong, but, you know, it's not gonna work. i lost0 pounds on nutrisystem. it's crazy. i have never been that nice to myself with my food. i have always restricted food and really suffered with weight loss. i am not suffering here. i will never go back to those crazy diets. you can't change by thinking. you can change by doing. i am walking, living proof that nutrisystem works. if it works for me, it will definitely work for you. [ applause ] genie, thank you for sharing your story. isn't she fantastic? i love her. -she is absolutely amazing. -she really is.
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who has lost 135 pounds. that is... -oh, my gosh. -...a whole person. -is that incredible? [ applause ] you? aah! come here. hug me. [ laughs ] -oh, thank you. get up here. get up here. look at -- okay, tell me your name. -emily beth. -emily beth. look at emily beth. isn't she the cutest? -how beautiful. -thank you, thank you. wait a minute, emily beth -- is that a southern name? oh, yes, alabama born and raised. aha, so, good food. -oh. -was that southern helpings of cornbread and gravy? at every family function, a casserole, a pie -- you know how it goes. -oh, my. -oh, yeah. [ laughs ] -so how old are you? -30. so, you're 30. so how long were you struggling with your weight? mostly when i got to college. you know, you start eating at 3:00 a.m. and studying in the middle of the night... oh, boy. ...and so, you know, you just don't care about those things. why did you decide to lose it? well, you know, my doctor said "you have high blood pressure." you know... -at 30. i was on high-blood- pressure medicine in my 20s, you kn, so i was like, "something has to change." yeah.
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my sister was getting married, and my mom was like, "let's just do this. we can drop a few before the wedding, before you have to walk down the aisle." and i was like, "okay." i lost 60 by the wedding, and i just kept going. i had to, you know? -whoo! and look at this -- before and after. isn't that incredible? [ applause ] [ laughs ] i have a whole new lease on life, a whole new life, yeah. -you're so beautiful. -thank you. but do you know what? to me -- and i tell this to everybody -- it's not about being skinny. -no. -it's about being healthy. -yes. and to be able to participate in life again. -yes, it is. -you're awesome. oh, thank you. you guys are, too. thank u. -gorgeous. thank you. thank you so much. you go, girl! [ applause ] one step, the first step, and it can change ur life forever. absolutely, and our next story is sure to inspire you. watch this. three months ago, i started nutrisystem. i have tried every diet on planet earth.
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i lost 31 pounds with nutrisystem. after nutrisystem, i glanced back at the mirror. i walk away and look at myself, and i just can't believe that's me in the mirror. it looks like a -- i look like a different person. i'm overall just more energetic. i feel like i can do a million things a day instead of wanting to take a nap in the middle of the afternoon. i was told recently that i looked hot, and i hadn't been told that in a while. [ laughs ] after nutrisystem, sitting in this chair, oh, compared to when i first started -- sometimes, i walk past a window, and i don't even recognize myself. and i'm like, "when did this happen?" i would love to get back to a size 8. i'm amanda, and i lost 25 pounds and 26 inches on nutrisystem! i went from a size 14 to a size 8, and people almost don't recognize me when i walk into a room now.
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a happier version of myself. i am a different person. i feel different. i look different and in a wonderful way. [ applause ] we're back with marie. and now let's take a few questions from the audience. -oh, boy. -who has a question? -i like questions. -you, what's your name? my name is joy. and first i would like to say, marie, you have been a positive influence in my life for years. -oh, you are so nice. -thank you. i just want to know -- is it easy to incorporate nutrisystem in one's life every day? oh, it's the easiest. that's the thing that makes it so fantastic is that, you know, you just pick what you want. i mean, you guys, i ate pizza. i ate pasta. i mean give me one of those ice-cream sandwiches at the end of my day... -love the ice-cream sandwiches. ...because even though they're versions of the real ones, you don't feel like you're on a diet. -mnh-mnh. -and that's why nutrisystem works. you know, you're not obsessed with weighing foods
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shopping it and counting it, like you sd -- that's the perfect word. you get obsessed with food, and you're gonna cheat. you're gonna go off your diet. all you have to do in the morning is say, "this is what i want. i want this," and then you're done. and they do all the work. it's fantastic. -it sure is. -yeah. -thank you. -all right, who else has a question for marie? yes, you in the purple. -hi, marie. -hi. my name's renee. my question is, is i'm 54 years old, ani've already been through the change. all my life i've never had to deal with weight gain. and then, all of a sudden, boom, it hits. it just seems like you're fighting it all the time, and you're losing the fight. but what i want to know, is this nutrisystem something that you can really combat mother nature? yes, and it helps while your hormones are doing all those crazy things. and so, when you're having one of those horrible hot flashes, you can stand there and say, "hey, but i look hot." [ laughter ] [ kathy ] you know? [ applause ] you're all so te. okay, so here's the question for all of you.
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you really can do this. you can. believe in yourself. because i believe in you. kathy believes in you. nutrisystem believes in you. you are not alone. all you have to do is take the first step. nutrisystem, they'll do all the res it's that easy. get started with nutrisystem right now. [ applause ] [ male announcer ] are you ready to lose up to three times more weight than dieting on your own? then you're ready for the all-new turbo 10. lose up to 10 pounds and five inches overall in your first month. lose weight fast, have more energy, and get healthy. you'll love it -- money back guaranteed! i'm marshall, and i lost 75 pounds with nutrisystem. bye-bye, belly fat. my name is victoria, and i lost 45 pounds with nutrisystem. love fitting into my jeans. that's where it counts. [ laughs ] [ male announcer ] join the millis of people who have turned to nutrisystem, america's number-one
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more body fat than dieting on your own. the secret is our nutrisystem nutrient mix. it's the perfect combination of lean protein, healthy fats, and smart carbs, all perfectly portioned to help stabilize blood sugar and fight hunger. order your 28-day plan right now. you'll get delicious breakfasts, lunches, dinners, even snacks for less than $12 a day! choose from over 150 foods that are easy to prepare, all with absolutely no artificial flavors, preservatives, colors, sweeteners, or high-fructose corn syrup. with nutrisystem, say yes to lean proteins, whole grains, smart carbs, and healthy fats. it's smart, healthy weight loss you can feel good about. my name is erica, and i lost 31 pounds with nutrisystem. i can't believe my results. [ male announcer ] nutrisystem is an easy plan for today's busy lifestyle. counting points, calories, weighing-in... ooh! not for me.
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to order your 28-day plan and we'll rush you the all-new turbo 10 with one week of our all-new turbo shakes free. the free turbo shakes are designed to help reduce belly bloat. it's that uncomfortable full feeling that causes your abdomen to swell and distend. the free turbo shakes are specially formulated with 22 vitamins and minerals and packed with protein and probiotics to support digestive health, boost immunity, and help bust that belly bloat! bye-bye, stubborn lly fat. [ male announcer ] we'll also include our mega-popular nutricrush shakes to crush hunger -- free. act fast -- the first 500 callers will get this nutrisystem shaker bottle free. it's all part of our limited-time offer. but wait! call in the next 5 minutes and we'll throw in fedex shipping absolutely free. there has never been a better time to start nutrisystem. try us for two weeks. if you don't love your results, we'll give you youruroney back -- guaranteed. call or click now
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free shaker bottle, and free shipping. don't wait -- this exclusive tv offer is only available for a limited time. the phone lines are open, and the reps are standing by. call now. take it from me. i'm a real nutrisystem customer. i was sitting right where you are now, and i made a choice to do something about it. take action. i called nutrisystem, and i lost 50 pounds. and i know that you can do it, too. call or click and take the first step. nutrisystem, they'll do the rest. [ male announcer ] the preceding was
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announcer hello and welcome to through the bible with les feldick. an oklahoma rancher and farmer, les feldick has been teaching home-style bible classes for over twenty years in iowa, oklahoma and texas. les feldick's unique style of bible teaching has made e books of the bible come to life. when les is teaching, it's so interesting that people say, 'time just seems to fly by.' and now here is les feldick. les feldick okay, again good to have everybody back and for those of you joining us on television, we just welcome your attendance in our class. and as you have written so often, you feel like you're sitting right back there and that's of course, exactly of course how we like to project it.
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letters so much. even though the ministry is growing and the mail is growing, we still read every letter. either iris gets at t ememirst or i do, but we still ready every letter. and we appreciate so much your comments and your encouragement as well as of course, your financial help. because after all we do have to pay for tv time. i think a lot of people think we get it free, but we don't. we have to pay for it, so always remember that. okay, all the past programs, remember, are available on books, videotapes and audios. if you're interested in any of that you give us a call or drop us a note. okay, we're here for bible study and so we're going to go right back where we left off in galatians chapter 5 and actually, we only got to the first word or two in verse 19, and 'the works of the flesh.' the works that old adam promotes. that playground of old satan
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nature, which of course, is the only nature that a lost person has. and that's why the world is so saturated with immorality, and wickedness of every sort, is because that's all they have is the old adamic nature and inow some are inhibited to a certain degree by their background and their training but they still can't get victorious over that old adam, because that takes the power of god. all right, so whether it's in the life of a believer who under a moment of weakness lets old adam, take over. or, as i think paul is dealing mostly though with the unbeliever and his lifestyle, the works of old adam are manifest. they're obvious and they are - and we covered the first one, adultery and fornication. in other words, sexual immorality. and we closed with a picture of even old
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he was destitute of faith. and then of course, the one before that was ishmael and you remember that ishmael also did not have that unction to be obedient to the will of god and so even ishmael went and married an egyptian, which was contrary to what god wanted for the off sprig of abraham when he had instructed that they not marrthe canaanites. and of course, getting back to esau again, that's exactly what esau did. esau married canaanite women who were already steeped in immoralitytynd wickedness and so this is one of the first things that paul mentions. and it isn't just here, in some of his other classifications of human sins, the sexuality thing is almost always number one. all right, but now let's go into the next area, because verse 19, i think, for the most part,
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uncleanness, lasciviousness' are all more or less dealing with sexual sins. but now look at verse 20, "idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, and resies." now all those can be lumped together when you get into the area of idolatry or pagan worship. now let's go all the way back to jeremiah. this is one example that i can turn to quite quickly and i think you'll appreciate what i'm trying to show, is that this too, has been plaguing the human race ever since the tower of babel at least and that is that bent to worship a false god. it's just innate in the human nature to want to follow that drawing power to worship a false god, idols
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even israel, jeremiah h and i'm going to start at verse 18, honey. jeremiah 44 verse 18, and even israel, israel who had the proof of the living god, all the way back from their beginnings and they should have known better. but here they would follow after these pagan gods, and you remember that was the controversy that elijah had up on mount carmel with all the prophets of baal. and israel had been following them. but this one lays it out so distinctly as to what the results are going to be if a people or a person or a nation are going to go into the worship of false idol gods. all right jeremiah 44 verse 18, and the jews or the israelites are speaking back, and they say, "but since we left off to burn
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heaven (that was one of the pagan goddesses) and to pour out drink offerings unto her. we have wanted all things and have been consumed by the sword and by the famine." they by the famine." they weren't recognizing that god was trying to deal with them. but what were they trying to say? 'the reason we're having all our problems is, is we have quit worshipping the queen of heaven.' the jews were saying that. can you imagine it? but they did. all right, verse 19, "when we burned incense to the queen of heaven, (now remember this was one of the primary goddesses of mythology).when we burned incense to the queen of heaven and poured out drink offerings unto her, we did make her cakes to worship her and poured out drink offerings unto her, without our men?" in other words, the women were the primary culprits here. verse 20, "then jeremiah said unto all the people, (to the men and the women) and to all
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him that answer saying, the incense you burned in the cities of judah, and in the streets of jerusalem, you and your fathers, your kings, your princes, the people of the land, did not the lord remember." now do you see from that verse right there, how far pagan worship had penetrated the worship had penetrated the jewish or the israeli community? it wasn't just a few. it was the whole. men and women. pces of authority. kings and government people. they were all worshipping false idols and pagan gods. all right, verse 22, "so that the lord could not longer bear." he couldn't take it any more. scares you doesn't it? because i think most of you realize that america can be identified with ancient israel over and over. i'm not thfirst
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see so much that god has to look down on america who was as a nation steeped in the word of god, our founding fathers based everything on the word of god. the constitution was almost you might say, biblically oriented. and now what are we seeing? a constant tearing down of all of these principals. all right, israel went through the same role. read on, verse 22, "so that the lord could no longer bear (he couldn't take it any more) because of the evil of your doings and because of the abominations which you have committed. therefore is your land a desolation and an astonishment and a curse without an inhabitant. because you have burned incense and because you have sinned against the lord and have not obeyed the voice of the lord, nor walked in his law nor his statues. therefore, is this evil happened unto you." it
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worshipping the female goddesses, it was because you turned against the god of abraham, and isaac, and jacob, see? and then verse 24, "the prophet says to all the people and to all the women, hear the word of the lord. thus saith the lord of hosts." and then he goes on to say, that god is not going to continue to deal with them except in gross judgment and punishment. god won't stand for it. all right, now let's come back to galatians. fortunately we're still in the day of grace. and god is not pouring out his wrath on wicked men, but their day is coming. and we're getting closer and closer. i think the world is getting more and more aware of the trials and tribulations that are going to come upon the planet. i think all our weird weather is just a little bit of a
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world has ahead of them. and i ththk there'e'no whole world, it isn't just here in oklahoma, or anyplace else,e,ut the whole world, is having a complete upset of normal weather patterns and of course, the tremendous increase in earthquakes. in fact, i have a little clipping at home that i took out of a magazine way back in the early 70's when already the incidents of earthquakes were just multiplying every year, they've been doing so every since. and i think you'd find out and you'd be shocked at how many earthquakes are taking place everyday. the press doesn't even bother with reporting it. but they're happening; except on thehe real strong ones. and so the whole planet i think, the lord is trying to warn. in fact i think in my prayer time, i just refer to it over and over, we are in the closing seconds, not minutes. not hours. i think we areren the closing seconds of this age. we
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time left, i believe. well, anyway back to galatians chapter 5 and again most of these can all be lumped into that one area of false worship. "idolatry, witchcraft. (see that's associated again with the powers of satan and it's a form of worship, a form of religion.) hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies." now, israel when we just taught back in jeremiah 44, and they were trying to elevate the worship of this goddess, whichever one it was, there were too many of them to name. what was it? it was heresy. that was absolutely false. and yet they were falling for it and were so blinded that they thought
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weren't doing enough to please this female goddess that they were in their problems. never entered their mind that it was god, the god of abraham who was displeased with them. that never even entered their mind. they were so steeped in idolatry and of course, we're getting there. we're getting there fast. when dilemmas can come upon our nation, oh fortunately you know, we still have a few leaders who at least call for prayer at times. and we thank god for that. but, the general population, it never entered their mind that maybe god's got something to do with this. and maybe god's trying to get our attention. never entered their mind. he is so far removed from the thinking of the majority anymore that it doesn't bother them. but all right, now let's move on. verse 21, "envyings." see now this is all tied together. justs soon as you have sexual immorality, what
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envying. see? "murders." my land, how many triangles haven't ended up in a murder of one or more? it all comes together. see? "drunkenness." now i don't like to quote statistics because i never know how accurate other people are, but i have read all ready that we would obably be shocked at what the percentage of our prison inmates are because of alcoholism. it's their alcohol that got them in trouble. now of course, we've got the drug culture that fds in as well, but all of these things and again, i may have put it on the program way, way back. but i'll never forget when i was visiting with a group of young medical interns and of course at that time interns just barely had ough to buy their toothpaste. and they were
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$25.00 a month. and i'll never forget, one of those young interns made the statement, he says, fellows, let's face it. there's really only one place to make a lot of money. and one of the guys says, what's that? and he said, anything that will degrade society. and i've never forgotten the statement. now you think about it. anything that degrades society will create wealth for those people. it's just one of the facts of life. all right, and that's what paul is bringing out here. these people thre on these wicked activities. the "envying, the murders, the drunkenness, the reveling." now what does reveling imply? what do they think they're having? good time. isn't that right? oh they think they're having a good time and for the moment, maybe they are. but oh, listen what does it invariably lead to? just
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misery, it leads to broken homes, it leads to broken health, it leads to just about anything you can think of that will break them and yet, they continue on in this lifestyle of the old adam, which remember, i've said over and over now today. it's the playground of satan himself. all right, and so they have "revelings and such like of the which (paul says,) i tell you before as i've told you in times past, those people will not inherit the kingdom of god." let's go back again to romans because of course, galatians and romans fit hand and glove anyway. so, i guess it's only natural that i keep coming back to romans. but again, come back to romans chter 1 where paul for the first time in the chronological order, not the chronological but the biblical order of his letters, begins to lay out
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nature. all right, let's come on downo verse 29. well, verse 28. romans 1 verse 28, "and as they even did not like to retain god in their knowledge." almost identical with what i said a moment ago, isn't it? they have no concept of the things of god. they have no concept of eternity. they're just living for the here and the now. all right, look what he says again. "they did not like to retain god in their knowledge and so god gave them over to a reprobate mind." he says, in other words, if that's the way you want to life, then have at it. and that reprobate mind then causes them "to do things which are not convenient, (or they're not normal, or not natural.)" now verse 29. look at the
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right with galatians 5. "they are filled with all unrighteousness." now what's unrighteousness? well, it's an opposite of righteousness. and what's righteousness? the opposite of all these things, see? all right, so "they are filled with all unrighteousness (and here again is the word, what's at the top of the list? sexual immorality) fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; they're full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, malignity, whispers." boy, now this isn't pretty is it? no, we'd rather skip verses like this. but listen this exposes that true sin nature of man. now granted the vast majority of people, by inhibition and training are able to keep these things under control. but, when they lose control what happens? any of these, and our newspapers are full
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become despiteful (verse 30) backbiters, haters of god, boasters, inventors of evil things." boy now that reminds me of something. keep your hand in romans, come all the way back to gesis. all the way back to genesis. genesis chapter 6 verse 5. and as you read this for goodness sakes, remember what did the lord jesus himself say about the days of noah? 'as it was in e days of noah, so shall it be at the coming of the son of man.' and again, all you have to do is look you have to do is look around you. read your paper. listen to your news.
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"and god saw (now this is st before the flood remember).and god saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth and that (now here's the part i wanted you to see).and that every imagination of the thought of his heart was only evil continually." does that tell you something? that's all they could think about. all that they could think about was that which was unrighteous. and we're getting there fast. all right, verse 6, "and it repented (or made the lord sorry) that he had made man on the earth." and then come downo verse 11 and 12, "and the earth was corrupt before god and it was filled with violence. (verse 12.) and god looked upon the earth and behold
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had corrupted his way upon the earth and so god said, the end of all flesh has come before me for (or because) the earth is fied with violence. and behold, god says, i will destroy them with the earth." well, now that's what led up to the noah flood. but we're also now approaching the same kind of a judgment when god will pour out his wrath and vexation on christ-rejecting men in what we call the final seven years of tribulation. all right, now another place where paul lists all of these deeds of the ungodly of course is in romans chapter 3. come back there a moment. now i hate to deal with negatives and it's almost depressing i know, but on the other hand we have to realize what we are seeing in the world around us. and listen, it's not limited to america. i've alwaygiven america credit; we're still better
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world. but, it's worldwide; this whole idea of wickedness and unrighteousness is not limited to the western hemisphere whatsoever. all right, romans chapter 3, i almost have to read 12 in order to get the preview. "they are all (the whole human race outside of salvation) are gone out of the way. they are together become unprofitable (that is to god). there is none who doeth good, no not one." and now look at the picture. and of course, when we taught romans, what did i say? this is where we were. this is where everyone of us as believers were in god's eyes, when we were still yet sinners. and someone called just this morning, just before we left for tulsa. les, he said, the thing that got my attention when you presented the gospel was that you pointed out that we have to recognize that
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repeating it. keep repeating it! all right, now this is the perfect picture. this is what god saw when he looked at our potential. now it doesn't mean that we've all done these things, but potentially we could have all been guilty of it. "our throats an open sepulcher, with their tongues they have used deceit; the poison of asps (of serpents) is under their lips. their mouth full of cursing and bitterness. their feet swift to shed blood." do you remember at the flood, violence filled the earth? "destruction and misery are in their ways. the way of peace they have not known." now look at verse 18, doesn't that say it all? "there is no fear of god before their eyes." now that's the world in general. they don't even give god five-minutes of their time. see? "there is no fear of god before
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let's come back to galatian 5 for juom a few ments, our time is gone. back to verse 21. and so, "envyings and murders." see just exactly like the human race was living before the flood and i think it's in matthew 24, i don't know if i should take a chance on it or not. i guess i will, i'll take a chance. if i don't find it, well the television audience will just have to bear with me and realize that sometimes i do these things without having made a note to make sure that where it is. but, yeah, it's in matthew 24. matthew 24 and dropping all the way down to verse 37. because i want you to see it with your own eyes. it's not something that i've cooked up, but it's in your bible as well as mine. matthew 24, jesus is speaking, now remember he was god. he was the creator. he knows the end
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exactly what was coming on the earth. and so he says it explicitly. matthew 24 verse 37, "but as the days of noah were, so shall also the coming of the son of man be. for as in the days that were before the flood, they were eating and drinking and marrying and giving in marriage." now stop a minute. there's nothing wrong with that is there? no. there's nothing wrong with your daily supply of food and drink. there's nothing wrong with marrying and weddings and starting families. so that wasn't the problem. it doesn't show it as that which brought god's wrath upon them, but they were so occupied with all of these human mundane events that, they did it until the day
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ark. and now verse 39, "and knew not until the flood came and took them all away." but, now you have to compare the lord's statement, 'that they were so busy with their daily materialistic activities of eating and drinking and marrying' d then i think in luke 21 it even adds, 'and they builded.' well, every time we drive someplace, that's the first thing that iris and i notice is all the activity of construction and building of whatever, office buildings, homes, highways. and that's why i just can't quite reckon the y2k thing as being the thing that's going to stop the world january 1, 2000, because that wouldn't fit with all this. the bible says that at the coming of christ, and i think especially for us who look for the rapture, there is going to be such a world
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we're seeing it. and people are so caught up in this today; this is why you can't get them interested in spiritu things. hey, they've got it too good. they're making big bucks. the stock market is roaring and who's got time for eternity. and so that's why i have to feel that the world is not going to collapse january 1. now i'm not going to pooh-pooh the idea. i'm not going to ridicule that it's of no account, but it just doesn't seem to fit that the world n be in the situation that jesus described so far as their materialistic bent and their wicked activity, which of course, they couldn't do if they couldn't be mobile, they can't travel, they won't have all this opportunity for the sinfulness that we saw. so, i have to feel in my own mind that up until at least the mid-point of the tribulation, that's when the sky is going to
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everything is going to go into a chaotic condition. no doubt about it. but, i can foresee nothing that the world is going to fall apart, that the world is going to stop all their materialistic activity before the lord comes. and so keep these things in mind that genesis tells us 'the world was filled with violence.' all they could conceive of was things that were iniquitous and wicked. but at the same time they were doing all the things that are part and parcel of everyday living. ty were eating, , ey were drinking, they were marrying, they were giving in marriage. and so that's the way we can indicate that the time is short. the lord's coming is seconds away in the view of the whole time period. announcer thank you for watching through the bible with les feldick, if you would like more information about the les feldick ministries,
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with les feldick. - all aboard! - choo choo bob is coming round the bend [tra choo choo bob is bringing all his friends so much fun and what a treat you won't have to leave your seat don't you move you'll say "wow" choo choo bob is coming up - whoo! whoo! - right now - you know, folks, you are an ostanding audience, spectacular. spectacular audience. i, uh-- i, uh-- i'm teaching my pig some new tricks. - well, how's that going? - well, i taught him some karate, so now all he does is pork chops. - [laughs] [snorts] - [laughs] hey, charlie. - yeah? - play me some walking-to-my-desk music, would you? - all righty.
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- my first guest needs no introductn, but i'll try anyway. he's a trainiac from way back, a real nut for the rails, a true statesman of everything trains, who, if my calculations are correct, should be arriving through that door any second. ladies and gentlemen, let's hear it for choo choo bob. [applause] [bells jangling] - uh, hey, rich. what's going on here? i thought you were busy pursuing your master's in taxidermy from bobville university online. [laughter] what is a live studio audience doing in my clubhouse? - well, they're here, bob, because the tickets were free, and i promised them that you'd give them all free bundt cakes at the end of the show. - huh. well, i don't have any bundt cakes, but i'm more than willing to share my lunch with everybody. [chuckles] you see, what i've got in this bag,
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- uh, pardon me, bobby choo choo. - yeah? - what in the world is everything but stew? sounds like some sort of weird metaphysical non-stew stew. [both laughing] - talk show sidekicks.[chuckles] they're so wacky. well, charlie, i call it everything but stew because it has everything in it but the kitchen sink. - oh, i get it. [laughter] so it's got delicious garbage in it? - oh, please forgive him. both: rats. - no, but seriously, rich, why - greetings, engineers. it time once again for choo choo bob's train of the day. today's train is the illustrious sonora engine number 7 of the roaring camp railroad. this hulking goliath is a three-truck -ton shay steam engine built in 1911 by lima locomotive works. before calling the roaring camp railroad home,
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hauling lumber in the majestic redwood forests of california for the west side lumber company. throngs of passengers each year aboard the sonora number 7 enjoy spectacular views of the sublime vegetation of the great redwood forests. [train whistle blowing] truly a sight to behold. next stop: bear mountain. - by the way, rich, why is your show called choo choo bob tonight? i mean, i'm choo choo bob. shouldn't your show be named after you? and also, it's not even nighttime outside. - bob, this is really important, okay? um, wilson, bring the camera close. closer. [emotional piano music] it has always been my life's ambition to be a late-night talk show host. - what?
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you said your life's ambition was to be a video game tester over at bobville action games incorporated. - but, bob, that was last week! can't a guy change his mind? i mean, sure, video games are cool and everying, but a late-night talk show-- wow, that would be so cool. [bells clanging] i mean... [gasps] that would be-- - ho smokestacks! i think there's a train coming! [both shouting] [train whistle blowing] whoa! hey, charlie, i think we should go check out what kind of train that was. - sounds good, bell biv debob. - oh, cool. you coming, rich? - oh, no, thanks, bob. i've got to toss to commercial. - all right. see you later. [cheers and applause] - bye, bob. [chuckles] and we'll be... [desk crashes] right back.
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- hey, engineer paul, conductor dave, and engineer emily. y'all don't happen to know what kind of train that was that just zoomed by here, do you? all:hh. - what? what is it, potential avalanche? rare bird sighting? - is conductor dave trying to take another in a long series of record-breaking and drool-producing naps? - no, charlie and bob. this is the grand championship of checkers. - oh. - engineer emily and conductor dave are the finalists. the winner of this game takes home the bobby fisherman lombardioski trophy. - whoa. - yeah, bob. so this is kind of a big deal, so if you wouldn't mind... - shushing it? - thanks, charlie. - okay. - sure, no problem, conductor cheeseburger. - charlie. - conductor nappy time. - charlie, please, we're trying to concentrate. i mean, just look at poor conductor dave. he's on the cusp of losing to me, the future champion of checkers.
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- jeez! conductor gravy train, is this your first day at checkers kindergarten? - why, you little garbage-eating-- - whoa! - whoa! [laughter] - [laughs] - i'll get you! [shouts] - hey, engineer paul, you know everything there is to know about trains. could you please tell me what kind of train that was that just zoomed by here a minute ago? - sure, bob. that was the black hills central railroad. the locomotive was a 2-6-6-2 mallet built in 1928. it's the last operating locomotive of its type in the world. - whoa! - it sure was a beauty, wasn't it, bob? - oh, totally. and speaking of things spkly and awesome, engineer paul, i think it's about time we give engineer emily her brand-new trophy. - [clears throat] engineer emily, i hereby dlare you the checkers grand champion. congratulations. - aw, thanks, guys. [applause] - yeah!
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- oh, i'm gonna make rat burgers out of you! [all laugh] - ladies and gentlemen, please welcome koo koo kanga roo. [percussive synth music] both: we' riding on the train we're going, "choo-choo" riding on the train, we're going, "choo-choo" gonna ride on the train, going, "choo-choo" with choo choo bob - hey! - holy smokestacks i never thought i'd be riding on a train, acting silly but here i am, and i can guarantee that none of my friends are gonna believe me - we're going all: choo-choo chugga-chugga, chugga-chugga choo-choo chugga-chugga, chugga-chugga choo-choo chugga-chugga, chugga-chugga choo-choo chugga-chugga, chugga-chugga riding on the train, we're going, "choo-choo" riding on the train, we're going, "choo-choo"
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with choo choo bob riding on the train, we're going, "choo-choo" riding on the train, we're going, "choo-choo" gonna ride on the train, going, "choo-choo" with choo choo bob - hey! - oh, wow, that was awesome, guys! thanks so much for coming! couple it. buckle it. jive it. drive it. chugga-chugga, chugga-chugga, choo-choo! oh, wow, engineers, can you believe it? koo koo kanga roo. [chuckles] [bells jangling] - rich, rich... - yeah? - a certified letter just came to the train station addressed you. it's from the network. - ooh. - it's about a tv show. [gasps] oh, my gosh. could this be my big break? [gasps] it's from the president of the network! - [gasps] what's it say, rich? - yeah, are you gonna have your own tv show? - "dear . kornbelt."
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- ta-da! [applause] i knew it! i knew it! i knew it! i knew i'd get discovered one of these days! [chuckles] - wow! that's incredible, charlie. what are you gonna do? are you gonna host your own tv show? - oh, and leave you palookas? they couldn't pay me enough delicious overflowing garbage cans ever to leave bobville, no way, nohow. besides, rich is the real talent around these parts. - wow, charlie, you are one incredible rat. - aw. - yeah, and one incredible friend. - [chuckles] thanks, rich. - well, now that that's settled, hoabout we get some of this stuff out of here? - yeah. - oh. oh, okay. yeah. - i'll see you out on the rails, engineers. - okay, humans, remember, lift with your back-- i mean, yo legs. all right, here's a little music.
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- oh, my gosh. it's really heavy, r - hey, engineers. today is a very special day. do you know why? no, seriously, do you know why? because i got this letter, and it doesn't say. - oh, i see you got our letter, bob. - hey, how'd you guys get here? - we came from dillerville. - no, i mean, how did you ge- oh, never mind. hey, do you guys know why it's a special day? because your letter doesn't really specify. - hmm.
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- no, i did not. oh. "ps, today is a special day because we're going to san francisco!" we're going to san francisco? - yeah. - whoa. what a treat. - a san francisco delight. - huh. why are we going to san francisco? - oh, that's a great question, bob. - yeah, bob, good question. - thanks. - we are going to san francisco to take a ride on this. - wow. cable car. san francisco, home of the world's only manually operated cable car system. cable cars move all around the city by attaching themselves to continuously moving underground cables. oh, wow, a real cable car! - hey, guys, want to go for a ride? both: sure!
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[all cheering] - what a blast, especially on the hills. [shouts] there's gripman lem. he uses that big lever to grip on to the moving cable to make the car go. it's also his job to release the car fromhe cable at just the right time so it stops where it's supposed to. since cable cars don't have a steering wheel like a regular car does, they need help turning around to go back where they came from. well, that's where the turntable comes in. it's how the hardworking crew from the san francisco municipal railway keeps the trains running on time.
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oh, wow! - [laughs] - that was great. - gripman lem, thank you so much for the great ride today. - anyte. - oh, wow. - had lots of fun. - that was awesome. [feedback mming] - dave? - yeah, charlie? - this reality show will be way better once the cable gets installed. - yeah, where is that cable guy? - here i am, conductor dave. - you're the cable guy? - yup, rich w. kornbelt is my name. installing heavy-duty copper-core 75-ohm coax is my game. let's see here. [cat yowls] looks like we're doing a basic install, and i'm scheduled to arrive sometime between the hours of 8:00 and 12:00, and it is, uh-- oh. [chuckles] it's 8:00 right now on the button. that means i got plenty of time to grab breakfast.
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between the hours of 8:00 and 12:00. - [sighs] now, that's what call a breakfast... and lunch. hey, your cable's out. oh, right. it's my job. okay. [grunts] let's see. tv's here. we run the cable right out across the ra-- [laughing] oh, boy. i can't do this install. - what? - why not? - are you crazy? i can't run cable across railroad tracks. - the salesman said it would be no problem. oh, you can't trust what those sales guys say. they'll say anything to close a deal. - so no cable tv? - sorry, charlie. my hands are tied. see? - that's it. i'm getting e salesman on the phone.
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you show them who's boss. - [chuckles] - chew through this, please. - with pleasure. [rope shredding] - thank you. [phone rings] talk to me. - rich? - [laughs] "d" to the dave, buddy. hey, how's that cable working out for you? - it's not. - what? [scoffs] installers. they got one job, and they can't do it. - but you're the installer! - no, right now, i'm the salesman, babe. salesman of the day four days running, nonconsecutive. point being, i'm a problem solver, so here's what we're gonna do. we're gonna take that cable, and we are gonna tunnel right under those railroad tracks. it's gonna cost you more, of course, much more, what with the necessary congressional approval and permits and such. oh, but it's gonna be worth it, babe, so do we have a deal? - uh... - perfect! yeah, then i'm gonna transfer you over to scheduling so you can set up that install, okay, babe? say hi to the rat for me. - what's happening? - i don't know. [phone rings] - scheduling department.
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rich speaking. - rich speaking? - again? - let's see. i think i can get someone out there between 1:00 and 5:00. does that work for you? - well, i'll have to check my, uh-- - terrific. it's settled, then. 1:00 and 5:00, which means, of course, that'll be sometime between monday the 1st and friday the 5th. thank you for choosing limegomer cable. over and out. well, my work here is done. - no, it's not! - three jobs, and he's terrible at all of them. - oh, well, if you'd like to talk to my manager, i can-- - oh, no, no, no. we're good. we're good. - fantastic, then. i will see you guys in one to five days. thank you for choosing limegomer cable. - after our ride on the cable car, we got to visit the powerhse and cable car barn. those huge reels never stop spinning. they just keep spinning and spinning and spinning and spinning.
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the cable car barn is where workers repair the cable cars, like our new friend arnie. oh, hey, arnie. - hi, how are you, bob? - what do you got going on here? - oh, changing the wooden shoes. they wear out every three days. - these trains run on wooden shoes? - yup, old douglas fir. - wow, is that whatthe golden gate bridge is made out of? - [laughs] no, i don't think so. - oh, okay. oh, that cable car barn was so cool. i could have stayed there a whole month. wow! - this is choo choo bob news. - hello, i'm stanley shandley, head investigative reporter for the choo choo bob news. today i'm out here on the street in your town asking people, "have you ever ridden a train before?" excuse me, sir. do you have any time for any train questions? - oh, sure. - have you ever ridden a train before? - i've ridden a train before. - what city did you take it to? - stillwater, minnesota. - chicago. - chicago, land of lincoln. - st. loui missouri.
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- it's an old city fullf history, bob. look it up. - i went from los angeles to honolulu to tokyo. - honolulu to tokyo. - it was a big bridge, a huge bridge. it's really long. it's a big bridge. - mm. - very big. - it's an imaginary bridge, isn't it? - it's real in my mind. - yes, yes. it's real in his mind. well, that's the news according to the people on your street in your town. back to you, bob. - hey, bob, check out my new-- bob? bob? bob? "dear rich, went to san francisco. "be back soon. sincerely, bob. ps, turn this letter over." "pps, holy smokestacks, there's a train coming." [bells clanging] asps] holy smokestacks! there is a train coming!
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[train whistle blowing] [both shouting] [bells clanging] [all shouting] - wow! what a huge train! i wonder what kind of train that was. - i'll go check. - oh, okay. he's gonna go check. - uh-huh. - hey, charlie, conductor dave, what kind of train was that? - i don't know. we didn't see a train.
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[feedback humming] - oh, right, yeah. [bells jangling] [sighs] they're gonna get back to us on that one. - oh, okay. - oh, so how was san fncisco? - oh, it was awesome! - oh, yeah? - you couldn't believe those hills. they just went up and down forever. - no, totally. couldn't believe it. - yeah, oh, the cable cars are the best way to see the entire city. - truer words have never been spoken. - you know, i saw a show about cable cars once on the out and about channel. have you guys seen it? - no, i don't have cable. [rimshot] - me neither. - nah. - oh, hey, well, you know what? i could set all you guys up. - really? - yeah. bob, we could start with you. we could put the tv right there. - right in the middle of the train layout? - sure. - are you crazy? - we'll run the cable straight down. we'll dig a trench in the floor. - under the-- a trench in the floor? - and then we'll take out that wall. - [groans] we'll see you out on the rails, engineers. - i got a guy you can call, okay? - right, a guy. - here's his number.
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i see trees of green red roses too i see them bloom for me and you and i ink to myself what a wonderful world
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the colors of the rainbow so pretty in the sky are also on the faces of people going by i see friends shakin hands saying how do you do? they're really saying i love you i hear babies cry i watch them grow they'll learn much more than i'll ever know and i think to myself what a wonderful world music
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- all aboard! - choo choo bob is coming round the bend [train whistle tooting] choo choo bob is bringing all his friends so much fun and what a treat you won't have to leave your seat don't you move you'll say "wow" choo choo bob is coming up - whoo! whoo! - right now - it's really starting to come down out there. [chuckles] i just love snow. you know what? i should probably throw another log into the old woodstove here. [bell jangles] [wind howling] huh. whoa. hey, rich. - [grunting] hi, bob. - looks like you're sure dressed for the weather. is it really that cold outside? - you can never be too careful, bob. it's a good thing i know a thing or two about surviving with hypothermometerism. - rich, i'm pretty sure you mean hypothermia.
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with this extreme weather we're having. always make sure you wear your mittens and your hat. - well, that is a very good plan. - uh-huh. you especially need to dress like this when you are a dog musher and when you're competing in a dogsled race! [brass fanfare] - oh, wow! you're a dog musher now? - yup. - but wait a minute. - what? - i thought that you were a champion water-skier. - i was, bob, but the lake froze over. dogsled racing fits better with the weather these days. but i do have one teensy problem. - what's that, rich? - no dogs for my dogsled team. i've been practicing all week, and without dogs, well, it's-- uh, well, i guess it's actually kind of easy. i just have trouble moving the sled anywhere. - well, that does seem like a little bit of a problem, rich. - yes, and i'm pretty sure that moving the sled is a vital part of the whole dogsled race concept. - hmm. to do? [bells clanging] holy smokestacks! i think there's a train coming!
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look out, rich! [train whistle blowing] wow! that train shook the whole clubhouse! you know what? i think this calls for a little further investigation. hey, rich, do you want to help me suss out what kind of train that was that just passed by? - that's okay, bob. i'm a little tied up right now. i think i'm gonna stay here where it's nice and warm and toasty. - all right. well, i will be right back, dog musher rich. - see you, bob. - see you. - oh, i don't mean to sound unsympathetic, but all i really came out here for was to see if one of you two dudes knew what kind of train that was that just passed by. - that was the canadian national. it was sporting a wedge snowplow. it clears the snow and ensures a safe passage for trains of all sorts. - wow. at snowplow was amazing,
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- sure was, boberino. now, if you don't mind, i'm contemplating a checker move that will revolutionize the world of winter checkers for all time! - what? [shouting] what are you doing? you ruined the game, conductor hambone. - you left me with no choice. and, what, with this weather and all? okay, i panicked, all right? i panicked! - hey, "panic" kind of sounds like "pancake." should we take a snack break? - excellent idea, my food-minded compadre. - bob, you coming? - as long as there's hot chocolate involved, i'm there. - great, hot chocolate and pancakes on bob! - [laughs] - yay! - what? [shivering] - oh, hey, bob. - hey, rich. say, don't you have to be down at your big sled dog race now? - no can do, bob. i just got off the phone with the race officials at the bobville i-rode-a-dog 5000 dogsled race, and if you don't have any dogs, they don't even let you enter. - oh, that's weird. - i know, but them's the rules. - hmm. - mm. - [humming]
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what is it? disco fever? - no. we should go down to tinyland and see if blithers won't be your sled dog. - that's a great idea. do you think he'll do it? - i don't know. we should ask him. plus, i kind of want to see what they think of all this fake snow down there. - sounds like a great plan. - awesome. shall we? - we shall. - going down! [both shouting] [shivers] oh, man. uncouple my cabooses, rich. it's freezing down here! - and snowy. - oh, it's too cold. engineers, we got to go find blithers and then get back to the clubhouse. come on, rich. - okay, okay, i'm coming. - [shivering] oh, man. oh, hey, blithers. hi, finneus. - hello, bob and rich. i say, we could really use your help. - the snow has buried all the crops. - what in the name of union jack could have caused this to happen? - [chuckles] well, let's just say i might have sprinkled just the tiniest bit of snow on the train layout. - you did what?
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all i've got to do is go back to the clubhouse, get rid of all of this snow, and everything will be fine. rich, please unshrinkerate us. - uh, yeah, bob. no can do. - but it's urgent, rich! we need to go back to the clubhouse, get rid of all of this snow, and the farm will be saved! - um, i think i kind of sort of maybe left the shrinkatron back there. - rich, why did you do that? - uh, so i could go like this. [shiveng] - aw, rich! - we're doomed! what are we gonna do now? - oh, wait. finneus, can we borrow your sled? - sure. - on, blithers! mash! uh, mush! slow down, boy! slow down! i've got motion sickness! hit the brakes! [all shouting] [both shouting] - good job, rich. - yeah, you too, bob. - oh, hey, you think this will do the trick? - i don't know, bob. tinyland's a crazy place, and this is a crazy idea, so yes, this ought to work. - i hope so. [phone ringing, train whistle tooting] - [inhaling rapidly]
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oh, sorry. - bob's my name. trains are bliss. if you don't mind me asking, who exactly is this? - hey, choo choo bob. it's me, finneus. - oh, hey, finneus. how's the weather down in tinyland? - the weather's remarkable, and we're all on holiday. so thank you. - wow, i'm so glad to hear it. oh, and say hi to blithers for me. - will do. - okay, see you later. [wind howling] - ooh. oh, hey, bob and rich. - hi, engineer emily. - hi, emily. - guys, how would you like to come down to the train yard with me and see a real plow on the front of a train? - oh, boy! would i? hey, rich, you coming along? - no, you guys go ahead. without blithers, my whole dogsled thing is not gonna pan out. i got to look for a new b. - good luck, rich. - thanks. - yeah, see you later, buddy. - bye. - oh. ready? - yeah. okay. [both shivering] - let's see. cabbage inspector, ultrasonic lithotripter technician, miniature golf pro...
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- engineer emily, what is this thing, anyway? - well, bob, this is the northern pacific wedge snowplow #19, built in 1907. - oh, whoa. - mm-hmm. that's over 100 years ago. - wow. that is super old. - mm-hmm. pretty neat, huh? - yeah. - the blade goes along the track, and it can move up and down, depending on how much snowfall you have. - oh, so it's adjustable, ght? - yeah. - you just do it like this? [grunting] - oh. [laughs] not quite like that. here. let me show you. - ohokay. wow. what's in here? - the cockpit. come on.check it out. - okay. [chuckles] going up! whoa! oh, my gosh! this is awesome! - you ready to plow some snow? - all right, full steam ahead. here's how it goes. [imitates crashing] whoa! [both shuddering] - they would attach this to the front of a locomotive,
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- that's so cool! [bell jangles] hey. aren't you guys the dead cinders? [squeaking] [chuckles] what are you guys doing here? - well, our tour bus, it got stuck out in the snow. and the conductor and the stinky rat out front said we could set up in here. he said that choo choo bob loves music. - well, they weren't lying. [chuckles] - let's do it! a-one d a-two and a... [jaunty country music] - harness up the dog train e're gonna have ourselves a ball call yourself a musher and let those huskies pull - tug lines, ganglines it's a barren country mainline sta a pot of noodles i'll be coming home on time both: huskies like to pull huskies like to pull dog-powered locomotion huskies like to pull huskies like to pull
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dog-powered locomotion huskies like to pull - hey. [electric guitar solo] [harmonica solo] whoo! both: huskies like to pull huskies like to pull dog-powered locomotion huskies like to pull huskies like to pull huskies like to pull dog-powered locomotion huskies like to pull [all howling] - bob, i did it! i finally found a real sled dog team. - whoa! no way!
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on, num-nums. on, bill. mush! [chuckles] mush! uh, bob, they're not listening to me. - all right, engineers. looks like i got to help out rich a little bit. see you out on the rails. oh, wow. wow. rich, what's the first thing you... you ready, willie? and a-one, and a-two, and a... [blowing harmonica] [dog barking] [dog howling] aw, good boy! good boy! great job, willie!
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music runners on your mark! you're rolled out at the dawning of the day heart racin' as you made your little get away get set! it feels like you've been runnin' all your life but why? oh why? (sfx: starter pistol shot) so you've pulled away from the love that would' been there you start believin' that your situation's unfair but there's always scars, when you fall back far we lose our way, we get back up again it's never too late to get back up again one day, you'rgonna shine again, you may be knocked down but not out forever we lose our way, we get back up again it's never too late to get back up again one day, you're gonna shine again, you may be knocked down but not out forever
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so get up, get up you're gonna shine again it's never too late to get back up again
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i love playing with trains, but i have one rule: no playing with trains if the clubhouse is dirty. and my clubhouse is very dirty. it's a mess. - oh, yeah. this place is a rat's nest. [laughs] and i love it, bob. it's got good feng shui. who's your decorator? - uh, laziness. - well, you tell this laziness fellow to give me a call. he's a genius. - [laughs] - oh, oh, a stinky tube sock stuffed with pizza crusts! brilliant. [laughs] - now, engineers, i know it's no fun to clean your room, but i can make it fun, because i clean with... auto-tune
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here we go let's begin put those floor toys in the bin line my shoes in a row then i step outside and mow hold your breath plug your nose to the basket, dirty clothes windows clean mop the floor - i can fixthis squeaky door - thank you, sir you're my fave that reminds me. dust the dave vacuum the rat put away the broom and that's how you clean with auto-tune - with auto-tune - ooh-ooh-ooh - it's how you do it - ooh-oon - with auto-tune - auto-tune - it's how you clean it - auto-tune - with auto-tune - oops! i forgot to water. - hiya, bob! did you say water? can't stop! help me. - whoa! whoa! whoa!
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- thanks. - what are you-- what are you doing? - i'm practicing. - practicing? - well, you can't become a semiprofessional water-skier overnight. well, actually, you can. there's just a small entry fee. anyway, u have to practice if you want to be good. - oh, are you good? - [laughs] good? you're looking at a semiprofessional waterskiing champion. [sputters] - whoa! a semiprofessional waterskiing champi? - that's right, a semiprofessional waterskiing champion. [sputters] hmm, looks like i'm gonna have to mop again, rich. - yeah, this place is a mess. - well, why don't you start cleaning up? and i'll-- i don't know. uhi'll go water. - wait. actually, you should mop and i should water, because all i need to do is stand next to a plant and say, "semiprofessional waterskiing cha"-- oh, i'm not gonna say it.
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- [sputters] - [chuckles] - one, two, three, four. [upbeat music] - it happened in the valley on the union pacific people out west still talking about it - all the little children turned into monkeys - they must have put something in the chicken or the mustard - someone poured gravy on the head of the conductor all: dining car food fight song dining car food fight song - get the gang together sing in stormy weather all: dining car food f ht song billy macadoodle took a fistful of noodles and sally frackally got a face full of jelly - later mr. spater threw a pile of potatoes
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- there was syrup on the ceiling there was ketchup on t wall all: dining car food fight song - deedle-ee, lee-dee-dee all: dining car food fight song - hamburgers are flinging everybody's singing all: dining car food fight song - well, arriving at the station everybody was covered dinner on the faces of the fathers and mothers - dessert came later when it landed on the waiter - and the food was piling the scene was beguiling - 'cause after the disaster, everybody was smiling all: dining car food fight song deedle-ee, lee-dee-dee all: dining car food fight song - a pizza ain't a frisbee so we'll sing this little ditty called the all: dining car food fight song - oh, it was a mess. l: dining car food fight song - i loved it! i loved it! all: dining car food fight song
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you did a very good job. okay, high five. - greetings, engineers. it's time once again for choo choo bob's train of the day. today's trai are the mighty rail speeders of the first iowa division. speeders can go by many names, engineers. some call them putt-putts, crew cars, jiggers, trikes, quads, or even draisines. track inspectors and work crews use speeders as maintenance-of-way vehicles. they were used by many railroads: the western pacific, the glorious milwaukee road, the great union pacific, and many, many more. although speeders are much slower than cars or trains, they were named speeders for they are much faster
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spin them rod. ride them on the rails. oh, what fun. truly a sit to behold, the magnificent rail speeders of the first iowa division. next stop: the bobville clubhouse. - so how's the ticket agency business lately? - pretty good. i just traded a roaring camp railroad for this durango silverton and a caboose to be named later. - whoa! jackpot! - say, bob... - uh-huh? - can you top me off? - oh, sure. wow. cool plant. - actually, it's a tiny tree. it's called a bonsai. - oh, whoa. - yeah, trs come in all different sizes, bob, from miniature ones like this bonsai
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- oh, so cool. - giant redwoods. bob, giant redwoods. - oh! holy smokestac! there's a train running through the giant redwoods today, and-- [gasps] i'm late! you'll have to excuse me, cee cee. i got to go talk to a guy and a girl about a thing. [mellow acoustic music] [bells clanging] [steam hissing] - hey, guys. - hey, engineer emily. - hey. - welcome to the roaring camp railroad. are you ready to go for a ride through the redwoo? - you know, engineer emily, you've had some pretty good ideas in the past, but this just might take the cake. - i agree. - all right, let's go. - oh, okay.
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- well, bob, this is a sonora engine number 7. it's a three-truck 60-ton class "c" shay engine. - it was built in 1911 by the lima locomotive works. this narrow-gauger runs on steam. - what was a train like this used f? - narrow-gauge steam locomotives were used at one time to haul gigantic redwood logs out of the mountains. - is that what the sonora number 7 does now? - oh, not quite, choo choo bob. the giant redwood forests are now protected by the national park service, and they are a cherished part of the california landscape. - now the sonora takes people on a beautiful mountain ride through the santa cruz mountains over trestle bridges, through towering redwood groves, and up to bear mountain. - whoa, bear mountain? what goes on up there? - well, bob, that's where the fun really starts.
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- oh, yeah oh, yeah - wow, those redwood trees sure were big. [chuckles] they're, like... pictures don't even do them justice. - that's why i always take video, bob. see? - oh. oh, cool. - that's me on top of a ski pyramid right before i sneezed. i think the black-and-white really captures the epic timelessness of the moment. - oh, it sure does. - and look, here i am jumping a shark. - whoa. - hey. wait a minute. i don't remember jumping a shark. when did i jump a shark? - [chuckles] a long time ago, rich. [engine revs]
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(sfx:footsteps running) music nice going spencer. i can't believe we broke old man hennessey's window correction dude, you broke. i just threw the ball. this is really bad. what are we going to do? we? go to the door and ask for the ball back. are you serious? it's my ball myrtlebeck! i'm so dead. i'd run away. yeah, to uruguay. kiss your life goodbye. sorry. let's go. bye. see ya. remember me in your will. some friends you are! music oh. keep smiling, keep shining hi knowing you can always count on me, for sure tell him it was an accident and we can fix the window. whoa, that's what friends are for. come on. i'll come with you.
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previously on numbers: david: mary velasco, 29, found murdered in her apartment. initial suspect was her boyfriend clay porter. colby: former marine. now, porter was part of a unit suspected of torturing iraqi detainees. i didn't do anything except watch you guys and follow the case. for mary, i wanted to see justice done. a friend of mine pulled his pentagon file. an inquiry found clay porter innocent of charges in iraq. actually, it turns out he was the guy who blew the whistle. (gunshot, man yells) looks like porter got his justice. david: he shot jared parr. colby: and now corcoran. we checked out clay porter's apartment. yeah, the guy's cleared out. yeah, he's probably in mexico, right? yeah. yeah, come on. yeah, that's it, come on.
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you know that man's lost a step. me, too, but i don't make $30 miion a year. it's not all about basketball. have you seen his underwear ad? hey, i don't want to hear this. (beeping) why is that alarm going off? i'm baking brownies, daddy. laurie: burning them's more like it. (chuckles) (beeping continues) (beeping stops) (loud bang, gun cocks) down on the floor now! hey! i said... don't, don't, don't hurt us, take what you want. i said on the floor! (grunts loudly) daddy! laurie. (laurie screams) i'm not going to ask you again. is anyone else here? no.

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