Franklin

Season 6 Episode 13

Franklin Sees the Big Picture / Franklin Figure Skates

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Aired Weekdays 11:00 AM Jun 26, 2004 on Noggin
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"Franklin Sees the Big Picture"

Franklin is teased for reading a "baby" book.

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"Franklin Figure Skates"

Franklin learns to play 2 on 1 hockey.

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  • Franklin, Stand up against Beaver! Don't care what people say!

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    Okay, while I haven't watched this episode myself, the synopsis piqued my interest. Franklin has no need to qualm over that picture, especially since it's old. He could just say he's outgrown it.



    Seriously, tho, there's no shame in reading any books, children or otherwise. I confess that I too am an childrens book connoisseur (although I bet you already know that- it's in my profile) and I keep a stack of these on my bed for bedtime reading and to unwind if my eyes start to get blurry from those fine prints in the programming manuals. I don't care what people say. And neither should Franklin.



    It's nice to know there's something you still can read once your brain wears out for the day. And they make a fine source to pull names to use as program variables too.moreless
Richard Newman

Richard Newman

Mr. Turtle

Janet-Laine Green

Janet-Laine Green

Narrator (Credited as Janet L-Greene)

Julie Lemieux

Julie Lemieux

Various (Uncredited)

Bryn McAuley

Bryn McAuley

Harriet Turtle

Marc McMulkin

Marc McMulkin

Bear (Credited as Mark McMulkin)

Elizabeth Brown

Elizabeth Brown

Mrs. Turtle

Corinne Conley

Corinne Conley

Granny

Guest Star

Mari Trainor

Mari Trainor

Dr. Bear

Guest Star

Catherine Disher

Catherine Disher

Mrs. Goose

Recurring Role

Jamie Haydon-Devlin

Jamie Haydon-Devlin

Raccoon

Recurring Role

Ruby Smith-Merovitz

Ruby Smith-Merovitz

Badger

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (13)

    • Franklin: Hey, Rabbit, bet you've never seen a hockey move like this before. (spins and falls) Whoa... oops!
      (Beaver and Rabbit laugh.)
      Rabbit: Nope. I've never seen a hockey move like that, before.
      Beaver: Come on, Franklin.

    • Dr. Bear: Welcome to the Woodland Ice Show! Our first two figure skaters today are Beaver and Franklin!
      Harriet: Franklin! (giggles)
      Bear: Hey, it's Franklin!
      Rabbit: Huh?

    • Franklin: Sorry. I can't practice with you, Beaver.
      Beaver: Huh? Oh. You can't skate backwards, can you?
      Franklin: No, I never learned how because I was always afraid I might fall and crack my shell. Don't tell anybody, okay?

    • Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He knew how to hit a home run in baseball and score a goal in soccer. But when it came to hockey, there was something Franklin could not do.

    • Franklin: My love of books started a long time ago, with my Granny. We spent a lot of time in her big cozy chair, reading stories like Mouse in the House. I'd like to thank you, Granny, for all the times you've sat and read with me.
      Granny: It was my pleasure, Franklin. Every minute of it.

    • Bear: Are we ever glad to see you! We need help putting up this banner!
      Mr. Lynx: I'd like to help you, but I'm all done decorating. And now I've got floors to polish. I'll be seeing you boys.
      Franklin: Wait! Mr. Lynx! I know you haven't got time to do it for me, but would you have time to do for my Granny? I don't want her to be disappointed.

    • Franklin: I'm a bad grandson, Bear.
      Bear: No you're not, Franklin. Everyone does stuff without thinking sometimes, like when my grandma came to our soccer game and I was too embarrassed to let her give me a hug. I think that hurt her feelings.
      Franklin: I guess I should think more about Granny's feelings. She's really proud of that picture. I should be too.

    • Franklin: How's it going, Mr. Lynx?
      Mr. Lynx: Well, to tell you the truth, boys, I'm behind schedule. Bookfest starts tomorrow and there's a lot to get ready.
      Bear: Sounds like somebody needs help. This looks like a job for Dynaroo and Koala!

    • Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He knew how to be a caring big brother to Harriet and a thoughtful son to mom and dad. And one day, Franklin learned to really appreciate his granny.
      Franklin: (exiting his house) Bye, mom!
      Bear: Oy! G'day mate!
      Franklin: A ha! It's my trusty sidekick, Koala!

    • Beaver: Raccoon's always so busy!

    • Franklin: When you don't have fur, you really have to bundle up. See you later.

    • Beaver: (observing poster of Franklin) Hey, Franklin, if you like Mouse in the House, you'll really enjoy reading Little Piggy Tales.
      Franklin: That picture was taken a long time ago! I was little!
      Bear: Aw come on, Franklin. Beaver's just kidding around. It looks good.
      Franklin: If it was a giant picture of you reading a book for toddlers, you wouldn't think so.

    • Mrs. Goose: Maybe I'll need you to search for someone who's lost in a novel.

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