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Narrator: Some people say that fairies are the stuff of fantasy. They think the world is just what you can touch and hear and see. while others say the tales and legends cannot be dismissed. They believe with all their hearts that fairies truly do exist. Throughout all time. human beings and fairies never met. till one very special summer that we shall not soon forget.

(SINGING ) Life is rising up Surging forth in all directions Every little buttercup Is reaching out to find connections Every blade of grass Will touch the sunlight The rain will touch the ground Growing greener than it was before Bees are droning by Spider silk is softly spinning Not a cloud in the sky You know it"s only the beginning Every little blossom. every flower Flings its petals wide As the season comes round Once more Hey, Tink! You ready for your first summer on the mainIand? AbsoIuteIy! It"s so beautifuI out here. I can"t beIieve we get to stay for the whoIe season. WeII, what are we waiting for? Race you down! The breeze is blowing light and sweet The grass. a carpet at your feet Catch the colours Feel the heat of the sun All the sparrows in the dell Swirling round like a carousel Singing loud enough to tell everyone Hi, guys. Summer"s just begun Summer"s just begun There it is, Tink. Fairy camp! All the winters. all the springs Lead us here on fairy wings A season of a thousand things To be done Summer"s just begun Summer"s just begun Hiya, Cheese! Summer"s just begun -Did you have a nice fIight? Incoming! Keep her IeveI! Keep her IeveI! Gear it down, BobbIe! Oh-ho! -Smashing Ianding, CIanky. -Thank you, BobbIe. Guys, I think you may have over-packed. -Come on, Tink. Let"s go inside. -Inside? Tink, fairy camp isn"t out here in the open. We need to stay hidden from the humans. -We do? -Uh. Yeah. That"s why fairy camp is in here. Cicadas, one at a time. You, you and you. You, too. Wow. It"s Iike aII of Pixie HoIIow under one tree! BIaze! Hmm? Wow! The Queen Anne"s Iace is Iooking beautifuI. -How are the Iooms working? -Fine, thanks to you, Tink. Next. Next. Next. -How"s the bee-Iiner working? -Like a dream, Tink. Thanks. Great. Need any heIp with that wagon? No, thanks. She"s running fine. Okay. GIad to hear it. Here"s the first week"s suppIy. Okay, I"m off. I gotta go deIiver pixie dust to the other fairy camps, but I"II see you in a coupIe days. Oh, and Tink! Don"t worry. You"II find something to fix. I hope so. In the meantime, I need to go find some Iost things. HoId on, IittIe miss spare parts. You"re not going near the human house, are you? -(GASPS ) There"s a human house? -No! I mean, yes, but no. -We stay away from humans. -Oh, Iridessa! -Tinker BeII knows that, don"t you? -Define ""stay away."" It"s gonna be a Iong summer. Grouchy. -Oh, that"s just Vidia being Vidia. -No, the air. It smeIIs... ...grouchy. -We might be in for a storm. -Come on, SiI. The sun is shining, the air is warm. It"s a beautifuI day. Nothing"s gonna... Tinker BeII.

Lizzy: Thank goodness we"re here, Father. It"s just Iike I remember it.

WeII, of course, my darIing.

Lizzy: Look at the creek and the woods and the meadow! Oh! I wish it was summer aII year Iong!

Yes, Lizzy.

Tinker BeII, what are you doing here? Vidia, this is amazing! It"s a carriage that moves by itseIf! There"s no horse. SeriousIy, Iook. -Do you see a horse up there? -Uh. No. It"s a horseIess carriage! And do you want to know how it works? -Not reaIIy. -So do I. I think those wheeIs back there move because this chain thing rotates. And I think what rotates the chain is this big... I don"t care, Tinker BeII. You shouIdn"t be this cIose to the human house. What if they see us? WiII you stop fIitting around in there? This is serious! You know what, Vidia? I think this powers the whoIe thing! This, my dear, is exactIy why tinkers shouIdn"t come to the mainIand. They... Let me know if this does anything. WeII, anything? Vidia, you"re aII wet. You don"t say.

Lizzy: Father, Father, Father! Can we bring our tea and scones outside and have them here in the garden? -It wouId be just Iike a IittIe picnic.

Not just now, Lizzy. I stiII have to get the trunk unpacked and the house settIed.

Lizzy: Father, Iook! What a magnificent butterfIy.

My word. AbsoIuteIy astonishing.

Lizzy: It"s so beautifuI. What kind of butterfIy is it?

WeII, judging from the epidermaI membrane, it"s cIearIy an apatura iris. but the wings have two entireIy different patterns. WeII, that"s nearIy impossibIe.

Lizzy: WeII, I guess that"s just the way the fairies decided to paint it.

Lizzy, fairies do not paint butterfIy wings because, as you know, fairies are not reaI.

Lizzy: But of course they are. The proof is right here. Their paint dripped aII over its wing.

ReaIIy, darIing. RationaI peopIe consider a beIief in fairies to be quite fooIish. The wings are so fresh.

What are you doing?

Its chrysaIis must have been in the meadow.

Lizzy: The meadow? Father, wait! That"s where I"m going. WouId you Iike to come?

Not now, Lizzy. I have to update my fieId journaI. My interview at the museum is tomorrow night.

Lizzy: You"re going back aIready? We just got here.

I know, sweetheart, and I"m very sorry. But I"II onIy be gone for the day. Mrs Perkins wiII Iook after you, and I"II be back in time to tuck you in.


I promise.


That"s a good girI.

AII cIear! Come on, Vidia. -(SIGHS ) I can"t fIy. My wings are wet. -Oh! That"s right. Sorry. Guess you"II have to waIk back. But don"t worry, I"II keep you company. ActuaIIy, it might be nice. Or not. So, I think I figured out the carriage. Those bottIes of goop must keep it running smoothIy, Iike snaiI sIime, you know? Hate to see the size of the snaiI that stuff comes from. And at first...

Lizzy: Here"s your house, IittIe fairies. Wherever you are. Hmm. Just needs a IittIe something more.

But I haven"t quite figured out what that sparky wire does. Hey! Maybe the whoIe carriage runs on Iightning! Are those wet wings stiII bugging you? Here, Vidia, Iet me heIp you. Tinker BeII, maybe if you spent Iess time causing disasters, you wouIdn"t have to heIp everybody so much. Whoa! -Hmm. The truth hurts, doesn"t it? -Look! We can use these back at camp! Wow. These"II be perfect for the new wagon prototype I"ve been working on. Here. I bet if I took two or three and tied them together, I couId make one reaIIy strong wheeI! It"s a good thing we were waIking or we might never have seen these. Vidia, where are your buttons? Tinker BeII, I am not carrying this human junk back to camp. Ah! -Let"s go! -Let"s go! Tinker BeII, we"re not supposed to go near human houses. This isn"t a human house. They"re a Iot bigger. Besides, the sign says, ""Fairies weIcome.""

Who do you think wrote it? Humans! Tinker BeII, you"re not going in there. PIease teII me you"re not going in there! She went in there.

Oh! Wow.

Tinker BeII! Don"t eat that! This couId be a trap.

Come on, Vidia. It"s perfectIy safe.

Oh, reaIIy? Not so safe now, is it?

Nice try, Vidia, but you"re not scaring me. Gosh, this thing is amazing.

You just don"t know when to stop, do you? Oh, no. Tink! Someone"s coming! The door is stuck!

Come on, Vidia. You can do better than that. Tink!

I wonder what this part does.

Tink! I"m serious! Get out of there!

Just a second. Just a second. Vidia? Vidia? Oh, Vidia, come on. Open the door. You had your IittIe...

Oh, no. What have I done?

Vidia? Okay, not funny any more.

Lizzy: A fairy! It"s a reaI fairy! Father! Father! Father! -Father! Father, Father!

Yes, Lizzy.

Lizzy: You"re never going to beIieve what I found.

Maybe Iater, Lizzy.

Lizzy: But Father, Father, Father, -Father, Father.

Just a moment, dear. -I"m very busy with my project.

Lizzy: Yes, but Father! Father!

Lizzy, pIease. I must add this extraordinary discovery to my fieId journaI. And here it is.

Lizzy: Is that the butterfIy we were Iooking at earIier?

Yes. Quite a specimen, isn"t it?

Lizzy: You"re not going to take it to London, are you?

Yes, of course. The board of trustees wouId never beIieve me if they didn"t see it themselves. Now I"m sure to get that curatorship at the museum. Besides, as a member of the scientific community, I"m obIigated to share significant findings Iike this with my coIIeages. I know it"s unfortunate for the specimen, but reaIIy, there is no other way. Now, dear. What did you want me to see?

Lizzy: Uh... Never mind.

Lizzy: Where have you gone? Mr. Twitches, no! Out! Out with you! Mr Twitches! Bad cat! No, no, no! Don"t worry, IittIe fairy. Mr. Twitches won"t bother you as Iong as you"re in there. Naughty cat! You"re going outside.

Tinker BeII"s been captured by humans!

Oh, no. -What happened?

Is she okay?

Is she aII right?

What"s this? Tinker BeII?

What happened, Vidia?

Is she hurt?

Tinker BeII went into this IittIe house in the meadow and couIdn"t get out. The door got jammed. Then this human came from out of nowhere and snatched her up, but I know where she is. We have to hurry and save her.

Then we better Ieave right away!

SiI, do you think the storm wiII pass soon?

No, it Iooks Iike it"s gonna get stronger.

WeII, there"s gotta be some way to get to Tink.

We can"t fIy in the rain, and the meadow"s aIready fIooded.

Maybe we don"t have to fIy. If we get some big Ieaves and sew them together with stem twine...

And mitre-cut some twigs for the sub-fIooring.

Acorns as counterweights.

Some quick-dry mapIe sap as reinforcement.

What are you two taIking about?

We"re gonna buiId a boat!

More mushroom caps, pIease! -Here we go. This one goes there. That one goes there. Right? Righty-o, BobbIe. Right, more reeds over here.

This thing had better work.

Give me the sap. You dip it in this way and give it a big sIap Iike so. Ow. Ow. Ow. Come on. Come on. Let"s get going. There you go. Now you"re taIking! It"s working!

WeII, this is it.

Hey, faith... Trust... -And pixie dust. -Pixie dust.

Tinkerbell: Come on. Come on.

Lizzy: HeIIo. You don"t have to be scared. I"m very nice. You"re so IittIe. Your dress is very Ieafy. Did you make it yourseIf? I Iike your wings. They"re Iike sparkIy Iace. Your hair must be so soft. Are you hungry? Maybe not. That"s okay. I don"t Iike some kinds of food, either. Oh! I"m so sorry. Where are my manners? There you go. Wait! Wait! Wait! No, pIease! I"m not going to hurt you! Don"t be afraid! I just want to be your friend! I reaIIy won"t hurt you. I just Iove fairies. I"ve been drawing fairies aII my Iife. See? I drew that one when I was three, but I did that green one Iast week. I think it"s much better. I even started to paint with the watercoIors Father gave me. Is it true that some fairies paint butterfIy wings? I knew it! These are some of my favorite drawings. This is a water fairy. -You can teII because her skin is bIue.

Tinkerbell: BIue?

Lizzy: And here is a candy fairy Iiving in a IoIIipop tree. Do aII fairies Iive in trees made of sweets? ReaIIy? What about fairy circIes? WeII, I hear that if a person steps in one, a fairy has to grant them three wishes from their magic bag. But if they don"t, they turn into a piIe of deIicious sugar, -and then younger fairies must try and turn them back into... -

Tinkerbell: Wait. Wait a minute. Where are you getting aII this?

Lizzy: You jingIe when you taIk, Iike a IittIe beII! So that"s how fairies speak. So what do you think of my fairies? Oh! And my fairy house! It got a IittIe shaken up.

Tinkerbell: Did you make this?

Lizzy: I don"t know what you"re saying. Oh. Did I make the fairy house? Yes, I did. Do you Iike it? Oh. The door"s stuck. WeII, you"re quite the IittIe tinker, aren"t you? What? Is that your name? Tinker? Er... BeII? Your name is BeII. Tinker? BeII? Tinker BeII? Tinker BeII. What a IoveIy name! WeII, Tinker BeII, my name"s Lizzy. Do aII fairies sound the same when they taIk? How do you Iearn to be a fairy? Do you go to fairy schooI?

Lizzy? Lizzy? Who are you taIking to?

Lizzy: Oh. Um... My fairy!

That"s nice, dear. Now, I brought you something I think you"II reaIIy enjoy. These are some of my oId fieId journaIs. Now, I picked out the ones I thought wouId excite you the most. This one on rocks and mineraIs is particuIarIy interesting.

Lizzy: Is there a fieId journaI about fairies?

(LAUGHS ) Of course not, Lizzy. Books Iike this are based on fact and scientific research, which is quite the contrary to your IittIe figurines and drawings.

Lizzy: WeII, just because you"ve never seen a fairy doesn"t mean they"re not reaI.

Now, Lizzy, seeing is beIieving, and without proof, it"s just a fairy taIe. Now, here is a bIank fieId journaI. Now, you"re very taIented, my darIing, and I"m sure you"II be abIe to fiII it with your own scientific research.

Liizzy: Yes, Father.

Now if onIy these Ieaks were just pretend.

Lizzy: Tinker BeII, you can come out now.

Tinker Bell: Look, Lizzy, thanks for showing me your coIIection, but I reaIIy shouId be...

Lizzy: You want to go? Oh. I reaIIy wish you"d stay. I"m sorry, Lizzy. Okay, I understand. So, I guess this is goodbye. What"s wrong? Can"t you fIy in the rain? You can stay with me untiI the rain stops. I"II show you around my room. We can pIay with my toys. We"II have so much fun.

We"re past the shaIIows!

Aye! Drop the mainsaiI! Dropping the mainsaiI!

Trim the saiI!

Trimming the saiI!

Big thingy, dead ahead! Hard to port!

Hard to port! Hard to port!

I recognise that wagon. Stay on this course!

Aye, Miss Vidia. WiII do.

I sure hope Tink is aII right. Who knows what terribIe things couId be happening to her right now.

A fairy couId get used to this.

Lizzy: Isn"t it wonderfuI? Everything in this house is just your size, Tinker BeII. That"s perfume. It smeIIs Iike fIowers. Oh. My doII. She shouId be in bed by now. How oId are you? I"m nine. Do you Iike my doIIhouse? Do fairies Iive in houses? What are fairies" houses made of? That"s a cooker, but it doesn"t actuaIIy work. What"s your favorite food? I mean, besides sweets? I want to know aII about reaI Iive fairies. Perfect! ""Scientific fairy research."" Okay. What"s your favorite coIor? Green is my favorite coIor, too! I shouId start from the beginning. Where do fairies come from? I mean, where were you born?

Tinker Bell: Oh. WeII, that one"s a IittIe more compIicated because... So, a baby, when it Iaughs for the first time... A fairy... -Uh... Uh... Oh. Right. One second.

Lizzy: You were a funny-Iooking baby? A baby? Laughs? One? First? When a baby Iaughs for the first time, that"s when a fairy is born. Incredible.

Tinker Bell: Lizzy, that"s onIy the beginning.

Okay, everybody, Iisten up. This road shouId take us straight to the human house.

So how far is it from the road to the house, do you think?

Not that far, reaIIy. The onIy question is, how fIooded is it?

That"s a good point.

WeII, I"m gonna remain optimistic.

We"II get to Tink in no time. I"m with you, SiI.

We"re aImost there. Why, Iook, we"re picking up speed aIready.

Did you feeI that? We"re moving faster.

Fawn: Hey, guys! We"re heading right for a waterfaII!

Bobble: Great poIIiwogs! We have to make the turn! Ease the sheets and get ready to jibe!


Ease the sheet and get ready to jibe!

What? What did he say?

Loosen the ropes and... ...turn the saiI!

Oh, no!

Look out! Man overboard! Hard to port! Hard to port!

Turn the boat! Turn the boat!

Fawn: Guys! We"re running out of river!

Silvermist: That"s aII right, "cause aII we need"s a IittIe. Rosetta, come grab my feet.


Hang on! We"re going straight down!

Clank: Oh, no!

Brace yourseIves!

Silvermist: Who"s aIive?

Not me.

Clank: Me, either. I can"t find a puIse! It"s not there! I"m teIIing you, I don"t... Oh. I"m good.


Fawn: Oh! Sorry!

Looks Iike we"re waIking from here.

But... WaIking where?

We couId be anywhere.

Everything Iooks the same from down here.

And there"s no way of knowing which way to go.

Vidia: CIank! Where did you find that?

Clank: I don"t know. Here on the ground. Is it yours?

Vidia: I know where we are.

Lizzy: Tinker BeII, this is so fascinating. Thank you. I had no idea fairies were responsible for changing the seasons. I thought it had something to do with the Earth"s axis as it rotated around the sun.

That"s what we wanted you to think.

WeII, I think we"ve covered everything. Oh. I hope Father"s impressed. And now, for the finaIe. The whoIe fairy Iand, Pixie HoIIow. It worked! Tinker BeII, I can"t wait to show Father. Tinker BeII? Are you aII right? Tinker BeII?

Huh? Oh. Sorry. Yeah, Iet"s go show your dad.

Lizzy: Looks Iike the rain has Iet up some. You might be abIe to make it home to your friends now. Maybe this couId heIp you. Oh, yes. Such a cIever tinker. Take care of yourseIf. I"II never forget you, Tinker BeII. You"d best hurry. The break in the weather may not Iast Iong. Goodbye.

And I"II never forget you, Lizzy.

Lizzy: Father, Iook!

Not just now, Lizzy. My hands are rather fuII at the moment.

Lizzy: I made it especiaIIy for you, Father. It"s just Iike your fieId journaI. It"s fiIIed with Iots of facts.

Yes, yes, that sounds wonderfuI, but I"m in the middIe of a potentiaI catastrophe here. I can"t Iook at it now.

Lizzy: But Father, it"s a fieId journaI, and I...

I don"t have time. I have to find some way to deaI with aII these Ieaks before they destroy my work.

When wiII you be abIe to Iook at it?

(GROANS ) I don"t know. Maybe Iater. You aIways say that.

Lizzy: Tinker BeII! You came back! I"m so gIad to see you. Tinker BeII, Father has no time for the fieId journaI.

Tinkerbell: I think I can fix that.

Vidia, you sure you know where you"re going?

Vidia: Yes. Tinker BeII and I waIked by here. I just have to find the road.

Road? What road?

Vidia: That road!

That"s not a road. That"s a muddy river.

So, I guess we need to find a bridge. Or be spontaneous and jump right in.

Vidia: It"s not deep. We can waIk across.

Roseetta: Yeah, no. I don"t reaIIy do mud.

Vidia: But you"re a garden fairy!

(LAUGHS ) Ironic, isn"t it?

Fairies: Rosetta!

Rosetta: Okay, aII right. I"m coming. It"s squishy. Oh! What was that?

Clank: She"s stuck!

Vidia: I can get myseIf out of here. AII right, aII right. Someone just get me something to grab onto.

Got it! CIanky, rescue device.

Right, BobbIe. You can count on us!

Okay. Let"s give this a try.

Do you feeI that? She"s starting to break free.

I don"t think so.

Come on, hurry!

HeIIo? Is somebody out there? Anyone?

Fawn: Grab this! Hurry!

Are you kidding me?

Fawn: Trust me. And hoId on tight.

Oh, weII.

Clank: We got the... -...rescue device.

You scared the petals right off of me!

Did we miss anything?

Lizzy: ""My, what a spIendid tea service. I am reaIIy quite impressed."" Then I say, ""Why, thank you, Tinker BeII. ""You are too kind."" You hoId your pinkie out, Iike this, and that"s the way you throw a proper tea party.

Tink: Good night, Lizzy.

There we... Oh! I"m going to bed. There just aren"t enough hours in the day.

Lizzy: Oh. Good morning, Tinker BeII. How did you sIeep Iast night?

Tinkerbell: WeII, I... ActuaIIy, I didn"t, but that doesn"t matter. You shouId go downstairs to your father.


Lizzy: Yes, Father?

Good morning, my dear. AII the Ieaks seem to have stopped. I just wanted to make sure everything is okay in here.

Lizzy: Yes. Just fine. No Ieaks at aII. So...

Strange. It"s as if they mended themseIves. It"s stiII raining outside. I can"t imagine how on Earth such a thing couId occur. WeII, there must be an expIanation that I"m just not thinking of.

Lizzy: WeII, I"m sure you"II think of it, Father.

Off we go.

Perhaps down in your study. You aIways do your best thinking there. I wish you Iuck.

Okay, weII, pIay niceIy.

Lizzy: Yes, of course. Bye, Father. Oh! That was cIose.

Tinerbell: What are you doing? This is your chance.

Lizzy: Is that why you fixed those Ieaks? So he can spend more time with me? I"ve reaIIy been wanting to show him this. Okay, okay. I"II go. Father, since you have more time, maybe I can show you my scientific research.

The butterfIy. It"s gone!

Lizzy: What?

The apatura iris with the irreguIar wing pattern. I was going to present it to the museum tonight. Oh! This was my big opportunity, and now it"s gone. EIizabeth, did you reIease it?

Lizzy: No.

WeII, I didn"t do it. And since there is no one eIse in the house, there is onIy one IogicaI expIanation. It must have been you.

Lizzy: I didn"t do it, Father.

I"m going to give you one more chance. TeII me the truth.

Lizzy: I couId teII you, Father, but you wouIdn"t beIieve me.

Very weII. Off to your room, young Iady. I"m very disappointed in you.

You know, I was just thinking, if Tink were here, -how not quiet it wouId be right now.

You can say that again.

Rosetta: Okay, okay, okay. Who am I?

That"s the exact shade! Quite a bit of spirit in that IittIe tinker, eh?

That"s for sure. In fact, I stiII can"t beIieve she got captured.

Yeah. It"s very unIike Tink to be caught with her guard down.

I wonder what reaIIy happened.

WeII, we"II find out soon.

Yep. With every step we take we come cIoser and cIoser to Tinker BeII.

She"II teII us what happened.

Vidia: Listen, there"s something you aII shouId know. [confesses the truth] Tinker BeII getting trapped is aII my fauIt! I sIammed that door on Tinker BeII, to teach her a Iesson. I tried to get her out, but the door was stuck. I tried, but I couIdn"t, and now I"ve put her and aII of us in danger. I am so sorry.

Rosetta: Honey, this is not your fauIt. We aII know that Tink can get into pIenty of troubIe aII by herseIf.

It scares me to think what wouId have happened if you weren"t there, Vidia.

Vidia: I don"t know what to say.

How about faith... -Trust... -And... -And...

And pixie dust.

And pixie dust!

Bobble: Can you reach it, CIanky?

Clank: AImost. Just a IittIe more.

Bobble: Here, Iet me. Okay. Now, can you see anything?

Clank: No! There"s a big buiIding in the way.

Bobble: BuiIding. It"s a house. That"s it! CIanky! We"ve got it!

Clanky: What've we got?

Bobble: House! Get off.

Clanky: I"m sorry.

Bobble: I can"t feeI my Iegs.

Lizzy: It doesn"t matter what I say. He never beIieves me.

Tinkerbell: I"m so sorry, Lizzy.

Lizzy: I"m so gIad you're here. You're my best friend. I wish I were a fairy, just Iike you. Then I couId heIp the fIowers bIoom and taIk to animaIs and fIy around with the other fairies aII the time. That wouId be fun. Where are we going?

What is going on up there? I was going to present it to the museum tonight. Now the butterfIy is gone.

Lizzy: Oh, my! I"m... I"m fIying! Whoa! Look at me! Whee! I"m a fairy!

AII cIear!

[The door opens up all the way. The fairy girls climbed off of Clank.]

Vidia: Okay. Tinker BeII is upstairs. The IittIe girI has her in a cage.

In a cage?

Vidia: And there"s aIso a Iarge human in the house who doesn"t Iike creatures with wings. He pins them up in dispIay cases.

Fawn: Great. Anything eIse?

Vidia: Oh, yes. The cat.

Iridessa: [terrified] Cat!? What cat?

Both: That cat!

Rosetta: Fawn, you"re an AnimaI fairy. What are we supposed to do?


Fawn: [frightened] FIy!

Rosetta: Our wings are wet.

Bobble: And who knows when they"II be dry.

Fawn: Okay, okay. Run!


Come on!


Clank: I"m okay.

We stiII need to get to that stairweII. Any ideas?

If we couId just buiId a bridge or something.

That"s it. A bridge!

Clank: Guys? Guys?

A bridge made out of what?


CIank! You"re a genius!

Clank: Huh? Uh. It was nothing.

Vidia: AII right. Let"s do this.

We need some more pIates!

Okay. Start passing them up, CIanky.

Aye, aye! Here they come! Get ready for more. Oh, heIIo!

We"ve got a fuII pIate back here!

No, no, no. No. No, pIease. Get back! Get back!

Fawn: Rosetta! Is this what I think it is?

[Rosetta turns to see Fawn had found a herb.]

Rosetta: That is exactIy what you think it is. Catnip! You get to Tink and we"II take care of the cat!

Vidia: Got it!


Lizzy: Coming, Father!


Lizzy: Why, heIIo, Father. May I heIp you?

What"s going on in here?

Lizzy: Nothing.

Nothing? Sounds Iike a herd of eIephants have been marching up here. Look at this room. It Iooks Iike a cycIone hit it.

Lizzy: It"s not that bad.

Not that bad? Your books are aII over the fIoor, your toys are everywhere and you tore your curtains. What? How did you get footprints on the ceiIing? This is simpIy too much. A temper tantrum of this magnitude is unacceptabIe.

Lizzy: But I wasn"t having a tantrum!

Then how did this happen? And the truth this time.

Lizzy: If I teII you the truth, you stiII won"t beIieve me.

EIizabeth, the truth.

Lizzy: I was fIying. My fairy showed me how.

Oh, for goodness sake. Your make-beIieve fairy did this? You"ve got to stop this nonsense!

Lizzy: But it"s not nonsense, Father. It"s the truth!

You have a reaI fairy Iiving in your room?

Lizzy: Yes! And I can prove it. [grabs the journal] Just Iook at the research we did.

EIizabeth. This is what you"ve been doing? FieId journaIs are to be fiIIed with fact, not fairy taIes.

Lizzy: But Father, these are facts!

I don"t understand this fooIishness, Lizzy. You have such taIent. Why wouId you waste it this way?

Lizzy: Why can"t you just beIieve me?

I beIieve in what is reaI, and it"s about time you started doing the same.

Lizzy: Father, wait!

I know this is difficuIt for you to understand, but this is aII make-beIieve.

Lizzy: No! They"re reaI!

EIizabeth, this discussion is over.

Lizzy: But Father!

It... It...

Lizzy: See? I toId you. Fairies are reaI! It"s okay. She won"t hurt you.

It"s... WeII, it"s extraordinary!

Lizzy: Aren"t her wings beautifuI?

[Vidia arrives in the bedroom and watches]

Yes. Very simiIar to Apoidea. Or, no, no, odonata. Look at the Iimb proportionaIity to the craniaI radius. Fascinating!

Lizzy: Isn"t she magicaI?

She's some sort of evoIutionary mutation.

Lizzy: She"s not a bug, she"s a person.

ExactIy! This is going to be the discovery of the century!

[Horrified, Vidia started to fly up to Tinkerbell.]

Vidia: Tinker Bell! Tink, watch out!

Tinkerbell: Vidia: What are you doing here?

Vidia: Get out of the way!

I must get this to the museum right away!

Lizzy: Father, no! PIease, Father! Wait! You can"t do this!

Lizzy, I don"t have much time.

Lizzy: You can"t do this!

Lizzy, I don"t have much time. The trustees wiII onIy wait for me untiI 9:00. PIease, go back in the house. Don"t worry. Mrs Perkins wiII be here any second.

Lizzy: Tinker BeII, I"m so sorry! My father"s taking your friend to the city!

Tinker BeII?

Tinker BeII!

Lizzy: Look, it"s your friends.


That"s it. Good kitty.

Tinkerbell: Look, Lizzy"s father trapped Vidia in a jar whiIe she was saving me. We have to hurry and rescue her.

Here we go again!

Fawn: How are we gonna get there?

Iridessa: Yeah, it"s stiII raining.

Maybe we can"t fIy in the rain, but I think I know someone who can.

Lizzy: I"m scared, Tinker BeII. FIoating around my room is one thing, but fIying aII the way to London... That easy, huh? Okay. I"II be brave.

Tinkerbell: AII right, fairies. We need aII the pixie dust we can get. This girI"s got a Iong journey ahead of her. AII aboard!

Lizzy: Ready? Whoa! This better work. Oh! Sorry, fairies. Whoa! Oh! Whoa! Whoa!

CarefuI now!

Lizzy: Hi, Mrs Perkins. Bye, Mrs Perkins.

Bye, dear. FIy back soon.

Lizzy: Good idea.

Sorry! Out of the way!

Lizzy: There he is! Tinker BeII, I can"t keep up. He"s going too fast.

Vidia: Tink! Tinker BeII, no!

No, no, no, no, no, no! Come on! Come on, pIease, Iet them stiII be there.

Lizzy: Father!

What in the worId?

Lizzy: Father, stop! Don"t take her in there!

It... It... It... It can"t be. Lizzy? You"re fIying.

Lizzy: Yes, I am.

But how? How are you doing that?

Lizzy: My friends showed me how.

I... I don"t understand.

Lizzy: You don"t have to understand. You just have to beIieve.

I do beIieve. I do beIieve!

Oh! Father!

Lizzy, I"m so sorry, I"m so sorry. I"II never doubt you again.


Let"s go home, Father.

But how?

Think happy thoughts.

Whoa! Whoa!

Lift your arms and kick your feet!

CarefuI! Whoa! I think I"m getting the hang of it. Yes! Why, I"m fIying!

You"re doing it, Father! You"re doing it!

I couId get used to this! Just a second. There"s something I"ve aIways wanted to do. FoIIow me!

Hey, Tink.

Hey, Vidia.

So, you ever been to one of these before?

Yeah. It"s pretty fun.

What are you supposed to do?

It"s easy. You just pick this up.

Like this?

Yeah. And then you hoId it out.

Got it!

Now, just raise your pinkie, Iike this. And then you say, ""Excuse me, miss, but may I have a spot of tea?""

Why, certainIy, Miss BeII. A nice, fresh cup. Oh. But of course you may have one, too. This is a tea party, after aII.

How about a cup for me, Miss Griffiths?

Why, of course, Doctor. It"s my pIeasure, I"m sure.

Thank you.

And wouId you Iike one Iump or two?

Make mine three.

(LAUGHS ) Oh, father!

Thank you.

Isn"t this pIeasant, Father?

I can"t imagine anything better. AIthough, chiming the Big Ben comes a cIose second.

Oh, my goodness.


Don"t even think about it.

So, where were we? Ah, yes. ""Fairies have many magicaI taIents. They can taIk to animaIs, ""make the fIowers bIoom, create warm summer breezes."" Oh, Lizzy, what a beautifuI drawing. ""And some invent the most cIever IittIe gadgets.""

WeII, Tink, you found something to fix after aII.

Yeah. I guess I did.

""They bring the change of seasons, and heIp nature in many ways. ""But the best taIent a fairy can have is simpIy being a friend.""