Nature Cat | The Treasure of Bad Dog Bart / Pet Sounds | PBS KIDS

– [Announcer] This episode
was made possible in part by the Van Eekeren family,
founders of Land O’ Frost, and The Hamill
Family Foundation.When my family leaves
for the day,
I don’t just sit inside
watching the world go by.
(Door closing) I become… Nature Cat, backyard explorer
extraordinaire. ♪ Oh, go go go ♪ Tally-ho! ♪ Go go go ♪ Tally-ho! ♪ We’re climbing
up the trees now ♪ ♪ We’re swinging
through the breeze now ♪ ♪ We’re getting muddy knees now
with Nature Cat ♪ ♪ Nature Cat, Nature Cat ♪ ♪ Nature Cat, Nature Cat,
Nature Cat ♪ ♪ So, what are we
waiting for? ♪ ♪ We’re so excited
to explore ♪ ♪ All that nature has in store
with Nature Cat ♪ ♪ Go go go ♪ Tally-ho! ♪ Go go go ♪ Tally-ho! ♪ He’s our favourite
nature guide ♪ ♪ We just can’t wait to get– ♪ Outside! ♪ Swinging through
the trees now ♪ ♪ We’re jumping
in the leaves now ♪ ♪ We’re getting muddy knees now
with Nature Cat ♪ ♪ Nature Cat, Nature Cat ♪ Tally-ho! ♪ Nature Cat, Nature Cat
Nature Cat ♪ Tally-ho! Nope. (Sniffing) Uh-uh, not here. (Sniffing) No way! (Sniffing) Oh, bingo! How does he know that that’s
the spot to bury his bone? Eh, it’s a dog thing. Hey, look at this! Where is everyone? Woopsie! Sorry. Ah, no worries. Yeah! Dirt never hurt anyone. Yes, yes! Getting dirty
is noble and fun. Is that a stain? Oh, no… Hal, what do you got there, bud? No idea. It was
buried right here. Only one way to find out. Tally ho! (Grunting) Voila. Whoa! This certainly looks
like some sort of map. A map! Oh, boy! A map! Oh, boy! Oh, boy! Oh, boy!
Oh, boy! Oh, boy– wait. What’s a map? A map is a picture of
a place from way above. Kind of like if you were
looking down from an airplane. Hey, there’s Sunset Park! Here are the swings
and the baseball fields. Oh, a map’s kind of like a miniature world! Whoa! This isn’t just any map. This is a treasure map. It leads to the treasure
of Bad Dog Bart. (Gasping)
The treasure of Bad Dog Bart! Oh, boy! Bad Dog Bart!
Oh, boy! Oh, boy! Wait, who’s Bad Dog Bart? He was the
neighbourhood bad dog. Bad Dog! Very bad dog! Here, I’ll show you. Um, can we roll
that clip please? ♪ Once upon a time,
Bad Dog Bart ♪ ♪ Roamed our
neighbourhood streets ♪ ♪ Swiping bones, toys, balls,
even rawhide chewy treats ♪ ♪ Whoa, what a bad dog,
such a bad dog ♪ ♪ What a very, very bad dog ♪♪ ♪ Bark it all, his stolen toys
in his creepy doggie lair ♪ ♪ All the doggies
were really sad ♪ ♪ But Bart didn’t really care ♪ ♪ Whoa, what a bad dog,
such a bad dog ♪ ♪ What a very, very bad dog ♪ ♪ Then one day, we realized
Bart was up to no good ♪ ♪ So he threw all the loot
in a treasure chest ♪ ♪ And left the neighbourhood ♪ ♪ We searched north, south,
east and even way out west ♪ ♪ And never again
saw Bad Dog Bart ♪ ♪ Or his stolen
doggie toy treasure chest ♪ ♪ Whoa, what a bad dog,
such a bad dog ♪ ♪ What a very,
very, very, very ♪ ♪ Very, very,
very, very bad dog ♪ (Laughing) No one ever knew what
happened to Bad Dog Bart or his treasure chest. Until now! This map will lead us to
the treasure of Bad Dog Bart! We gotta go find it! Wait– I mean, let’s not be rash. After all, Bad Dog Bart
is a bad dog, and, uh, kind of a cat. But think how
amazing it would be to find all the stolen toys
and bones and return them all. True. Very compelling
argument, Daisy. It’s just that his name
is “Bad Dog Bart,” so he must pretty bad. (Squeaking) What’s that,
Mr. Chewinski? Oh, you think Mrs. Chewinski
could be in the treasure chest? (Squeaking) Oh, yeah. No, I know, it’s been one year and
six days since we last saw her. I miss her so much too.
(Sobbing) (Sighing)
That’s it! I can’t stand to see
a chew toy so sad. Bad dog or no bad dog, we need to find
the stolen loot for Hal, for the neighbourhood dogs and for true love! ALL:
For true love! DAISY:
Okie dokie, it says here we begin at a big old
oak tree in Sunset park. Well, gang, it looks like our
treasure map adventure begins in Sunset Park! Onward and Yonward! (Crashing) Okay, Sunset Park
is the other way, Nature Cat. But of course! I knew that. Tally ho… The old oak tree, here she is. But how do we know that
this is the right oak tree? There’s so many. The map! Look on the map. The oak
tree’s on the edge of a pond and look here, this oak tree is on
the edge of a pond. It’s the right tree! Whoo-hoo! I never doubted you, tree. Okay, according to the map, we go from the
tree twenty paces toward the peak of the
Mighty Mountains to a boulder. The Mighty Mountains! So, twenty paces that-a-way. Follow me!
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen,
fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, and twenty. Whoa! This is not the boulder!
(Screaming) (Grunting) Stop the ride.
I want to get off. Oh, you guys,
where’s the boulder? Did we mess up the directions? Or maybe the map’s wrong. It can’t be wrong.
Bad Dog Bart made it. Hey, that’s it.
Bad Dog Bart made it and he’s a big dog, so his paces would be longer
than yours, Nature Cat. True, but mine are
way more graceful. Thank you. Yeah, what we need are some big doggie paces, just like bad Dog Bart. I’ve got this! Twenty big doggie paces
coming at ya! One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen,
fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen,
nineteen, twenty! Hey, I’m over here! Ta-dee! Is the large boulder
you were looking for? Well, he headed towards the
mountains for twenty paces, so yup, this is the boulder. Way to go, Hal! Oh, thank you. Okay, guys, look, it says now we gotta go
forty paces from the boulder– I got it. Forty big doggie paces. Wait, forty paces,
but there’s more! It says head north until you
come to the red berry bush. Hey, do you think this is north? Whoa! (Grunting) Does the map say anything about being chased by
hundreds of rocks?! Um, no. Whoa! Okay, direction is north. Distance is forty paces
to the red berry bush. So, we need to figure out
which way is north. We need a compass. Voila, a compass! Now, if I only knew
how to work this thing. You guys, you guys,
I think I’m on to something. Look, the way the compass works is I hold it very flat
in my hand, and I move myself until the “N” on the compass
lines up with the needle. That’s the direction
we need to go, north! Forty large doggie paces, onward and northward. One, two, three,
four, five… … 38, 39 and forty.
(Sighing) It’s the red berry bush! (Squeaking) Yes, soon,
Mr. Chewinski, very soon you’ll be
back with your true love. Oh, true love!
(Sobbing) Sorry, where were we? Okay, what’s next? Looks like we now head west, thirty paces to the brook. Okay, this is north, so now what? Hold on. We can find
west another way. If we face north, then my right arm points east and my left arm points west. West it is! Thirty paces
onward and westward. ALL:
… 28, 29, 30! The Brook! DAISY:
Yup, looks like now we have to
follow the brook downstream. Hmm… but how far do we go? DAISY:
Until we get to
this Y-shaped tree. How are we going
to do that? (Grunting)
Hop on! Water, why’d it
have to be water? (Squeaking) Yes! I won’t forget the quest… for true love! ALL:
For true love! NATURE CAT:
Which way do we go? SQUEEKS:
Um, it says
head south of the park. But which way is south? So, if north is this way… that means south
is right behind me! (Laughing)
Which way, Nature Cat? NATURE CAT:
To the left! HAL:
The left? Right.
Wait, the right? NATURE CAT:
No, left. HAL:
Left? Right. Again? So, south is right? No, south is left! SQUEEKS:
Man, oh, man, that
certainly was a close one. Now what do we do? Okay, everyone, look for the Y-shaped
tree along the shore. There it is! Okay, now we go ten paces to the east of the tree,
“X” marks the spot. If north is in front of me, then east must be that way! Ten doggie paces!
Come on, Mr. Chewinski, for true love! ALL:
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. DAISY:
“X” marks the spot right here! Stand back, everyone.
I’m going in… for true love! There’s something here. (Both gasping) It’s the treasure
of Bad Dog Bart. (All gasping) Oh, my! We found
Bad Dog Bart’s treasure. Look through and
take back your toys! (All barking,
toys squeaking) I’m sorry, Mr. Chewinski, but it doesn’t look like
Mrs. Chewinski’s in here. (Squeaking) Okay, I’ll look one more time. Oh, oh, oh! (Squeaking) ALL:
Oh, Mrs. Chewinski! NATURE CAT:
Yay! (Squeaking) ALL:
For true love! Two, three, four! (Instruments playing) ♪ (Laughing) The Nature Cat Band
sounds amazing! Yup, the Battle of the Pet Bands
won’t know what hit ’em. Man, oh, man, we just
gotta win this year. But what about our arch enemy and next-door
neighbour, Ronald? You mean “DJ Ronald?” Never fear! I hereby proclaim that his
three year reign as champion of Battle of the Pet Bands
comes to an end this year! ALL:
Hurray! I’d certainly say our
chances are pretty great, considering how hard
we’ve practiced. We sure have. Daisy’s never
been better on the piano. (Piano playing) Squeeks is a
tour de force on the trumpet. (Trumpeting) You just can’t beat
Hal on the drums. (Drums playing) Ah, and as for me and my lute… (Lute playing) … don’t you love the beautiful sound
of these lute strings? (Lute playing) ♪ Good, good, good vibrations ♪ (Laughing)
Yeah! We’re gonna win.
I can feel it in the air! Oh, yeah, I can feel it too! Right over here–
no, wait, right here. Oh, we need a band picture to document the day the Nature
Cat Band achieved greatness. Picture time! Ah!
(Chuckling) Make sure you get my good side. Say “Let’s rock!” ALL:
Let’s rock! Let’s make music history. ♪ Onward and yonward! Wah! ♪ Hey, where’s the wagon?
Oh, there it is. (Gasping)
Yipes! Our instruments! Get ’em! NATURE CAT:
Instruments halt! Halt! Ronald, stop that wagon! NATURE CAT:
Ronald, help! Oh, whoops! (Chuckling maliciously) Oh, no! Water, why’d it have
to be water? Look out! I’ll save you! Oh, no! (Chuckling maliciously) This is so terrible. How could this have happened? (Chuckling)
Are your instruments okay? Well, let’s try ’em. (Horn sounding) Hey! (Thumping) Really? (Playing out of tune) Oh, come on! (Playing out of tune) You’ve got to be kidding me! (Playing out of tune) Oh, this sounds terrible! I know. I can’t get
any good vibrations from these lute strings either. Oh, man! Everything
is just too wet. Gosh, this is just too bad. And the Battle of the
Pet Bands is about to start. Do you think you can play or…
will you have to forfeit? To surrender is not
an option! We play! Okay, well,
you guys are up third, right after me.
Oh, and good luck. You’re gonna need it. Hey-oh, neighbourhood pets! A big welcome to this year’s
Battle of the Pet Bands. Who’s ready for some music? (Cheering) Oh, yeah! So now give it up for
today’s first band. Here they are from the
neighbourhood: Dog Gone! (Sticks counting off) ♪ We sit around
and wait all day ♪ ♪ Hey, hey ♪ ♪ You show up soon,
but not to play, hey, hey ♪ ♪ Two, three, four,
bark, bark, snarl and growl ♪ (Growling) ♪ We’ll never
throw in the towel ♪ (Growling) ♪ We’ll do what
we have to do today ♪ ♪ To keep that mailman away ♪ Oh, what do we do,
what do we do? (Groaning)
How can we play now? We’ll find a way to play in
the Battle of the Pet Bands! We just need to
think, think, thin. Think, think, think! (Thunking log) Think, think, think! (Thunking) Hmmm… Think, think, think! (Thunking) Okay, think– What? What did I do? Hal, you’re a genius! I am? What do you know? I’m a genius.
(Chuckling) Wait, what’s a genius? Keep hitting that log, Hal. (Thunking) Hey, this sounds like a drum! I am a genius! (Thunking) Wait, you guys, Hal found
something in nature to make his instrument. We need to do that too! Quickly, for
the sake of the band, find something
not wet that can vibrate. Tally ho! Hmm… nope. Hey, maybe we could make
music with these shells. (Clacking) Tally ho! (Clinking musically) Man, oh, man,
what a great sound! Hey, we’re onto something. Oh, no, Ronald’s up and
after him it’s our turn. We need to find
two more instruments. Hurry! (Hooting harshly) (Playing flute-like note) Tally ho! (Fife playing) Oh, this sound rocks! (Fife playing) Two, three, four! (Instruments playing) (Instruments playing) Uh, guys, we’re not making music. We’re making a musical mess. ANNOUNCER:
Oh, yeah, that’s right! Our next performer
needs no introduction. It’s the three time champion of
the Battle of the Pet Bands. So, get out of your seat and
get ready to move and groove with the one and only DJ Ronald! Who’s ready to
hop, hop, hop around? (Crowd cheering) (Record scratching) (Techno music playing) ♪ ♪ Bim, bam, boom ♪ (Techno music playing) ♪ Bim, bam, boom ♪ (Techno music playing) ♪ Look what the cat dragged in ♪ I need to find one more instrument now. Tally ho! ♪ Look what the cat dragged in ♪ ♪ Ziggy-zaggy, ziggy-zaggy,
ziggy-zaggy-zig ♪ ♪ Ziggy-zaggy,
ziggy-zaggy, ziggy-zaggy-zig ♪ ♪ Ziggy-zaggy, ziggy-zaggy,
ziggy-zaggy-zig ♪ ♪ Ziggy-zaggy,
ziggy-zaggy, ziggy-zaggy ♪ (Instruments playing) Wait, wait, wait. This just
doesn’t sound right. Doesn’t sound right? It sounds terrible! Why do we sound so bad? We should just play like
these are our real instruments. Oh, yeah! Daisy, you make
loud and soft sounds, I’ll make the tune and Hal… I got the beat!
Two, three, four! (Thunking) (Clinking) (Instruments playing) ♪ Hey, Nature Cat,
it’s almost our turn! (Horn sounding) (Chattering) (Techno music playing) ♪ Look what the cat dragged in ♪ No! Thank you! Thank you very much. Thank you. Whoa! It’s going to be
real tough to beat DJ Ronald. But we have one more band.
So, here they are. It’s the Nature Cat Band! Two, three, four! (Thunking) (Fife sounding) (Laughing) (Instruments playing) ♪ (Rattling) (Rattling) (Trumpeting) (Instruments playing) Where’s Nature Cat? I don’t know! What should we do? NATURE CAT:
Tally ho! (Trumpeting, crowd cheering) ♪ All right, listen up, everybody. We’re going to do something
a little different now. We want you to find your own
nature instrument and join in! (Clinking) ♪ (Laughing) It’s a nature instrument
jam session. Hit me! (Instruments playing) I guess we know who won this
year’s Battle of the Pet Bands. And the winner is
the Nature Cat Band! What?! No way! I want a recount! I want a redo!
I want a– whoa! ♪ ANNOUNCER:
Nature Cat, Squeeks,
Daisy and d l
are cartoon characters,
and not real animals.
To keep all of our
animal friends safe,
check with a grown-upbefore you bring a pet
on your next nature adventure.
Yahoo! ♪ ♪

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