富兰克林熬夜记 Franklin STAY UP 视频英语文本：
Franklin stays up
Franklin can count by twos and tie his shoes. He liked camp-outs and getting to stay up late. And one night Franklin was determined to stay up later than ever before.
S: I can’t wait until tonight.
F: Camp outs are great. The best thing about camp outs is there’s no bedtime. When we went camping last year, Dad let me stay up until midnight.
B: Do you think we can stay up late tonight?
F: Let’s go ask my Dad.
B: And let’s go ask your Mom if she can make pancakes in the morning.
F:Did you remember the tape player, rabbit?
S: I brought a clock so we’ll know what time it is.
B: And I brought some popcorn to share when we get hungry.
F: Gee Bear, you brought enough to last us until morning.
S: That’s it !
R: Why don’t we stay up all the way until morning?
S: We can watch the sun come up.
R: Why not?
B: It sounds like fun.
R: Tag, you’re it!
B: Tag, you’re it!
Look! It’s ten o’clock!
R: It’s already two whole hours past my bedtime!
B: Before we know it the sun will be coming up.
F: I hear something outside!
Father: Harriet woke up and wanted to see big brother.
F: Good night, Harriet.
H: Night-night, Franklin.
Father: You boys might want to turn in soon yourselves. You don’t want to too tired to play tomorrow.
F: We’re staying up all night, dad!
B: We’re going to watch the sun come up!
Fr: Alright then…sweet dreams.
F: Dreams? We won’t be dreaming.
B: Not tonight.
S: That’s for sure.
F: When was the last time you change the batteries, Rabbit?
R: It takes batteries?
S: Let’s have some more popcorn.
F: Yeah, I’m getting hungry. That should help keep us awake.
R: It’s all gone!
B: Don’t look at me…Besides, there’s still some left.
Night time sure lasts a lot longer than I thought.
F:Night time sure lasts a lot longer than I thought.
R:What time is it?
:Looks like someone needs his beauty sleep.
S: What, I wasn’t sleeping! I was just resting my eyes.
B:Cut it out snail. Yawning is catching.
B: It’s a dog. You don’t want three times already.
F: Your turn, rabbit.
R: That’s an easy one..
F: It’s a rabbit. Your turn, bear.
R: It’s a hibernating bear.
F: We’d better wake them up.
F:wake up, you guys
S: Let me sleep. Go outside if you make so much noise.
R: two down and two to go
R: But I’m not thirsty, Franklin.
F: I donn’t drink, rabbit. We’re going to use it to help us awake!
R:Great idea,Franklin! Let me have it!
R:BAD idea, Franklin…uh…I’m still tired…only now I’m cold and wet too…
F: Me too.
R:We need something to do to stay awake.
F: I know…we can count how many times that cricket chrips in a minute.
F: I guess even crickets have a bedtime.
R: It sure is quiet.I wish my tape was working.
F: I know! Come on, Rabbit…follow me!
R: Is this what we’re looking for?
R: My name is Shelly. What’s your name? I’m rabbit.
F: Shhhh! You’re going to wake up…
F:Harriet….Please don’t cry!
R: Now what?
F: Don’t worry. I’ll read her a bed time story and then she’ll be back to sleep in no time. Once upon a time, there were three little pigs…
F:And the second little pig…made his house…out of …stick…
F: Come on we need some fresh air.
R:That was close call!
F:It has to be almost sunup by now!
R:We were only in the house for fifteen minutes?!
F:Not only that, we forgot the batteries.
R:…Your turn,Franklin. Franklin
F: Your turn,Rabbit…Rabbit?
R:Huh?...Did I win?
F:No. Nobody won.
R: What time is it?
F: It’s about three in the morning.
R:Aw, come on! We’ve been playing checkers for at least an hour…have’t we?!
F:It sure seems like it.
R:I give up. I’m going to sleep.
F:Hey! Rabbit ,wait! The clock’s not tickong!
F:Snail must have forgotten to wind it!
R:That means, it’s later than we think!
F:Your mean earlier than we think!
R:The sun’s going to be up any minute!
R: We made it!
B:Wow! Look at that!
B:Wake up, sleepy heads!
S: You’re missing the sun rise!
FM:Boys…Pancakes are ready!
B:Wake up, guys! There’s pancakes!
S:Should we wait for them to wake up?
B:And let the pancakes get cold?
F:Mmmm…We made it…