Oona: Come on, you guys! We're playing Ancient Egypt!
Molly: Come on!
Oona: Is that a river?
Goby: Yeah! It's the Nile!
Molly: Watch out for that crocodile, Goby
Goby: A what? Oh no! It's the Nile crocodile AHH! Look out! Crocodile don't eat us!!
Mr. Grouper: I am the Sphinx! Has anybody seen my nose?
Gil: I'll find it for you O' Sphinx! Come on, let's go inside the pyramid!
Gil: Hieroglyphics are cool.
Deema: I think they're terrific! (singing) Hieroglyphics are terrific! Hieroglyphics are terrific!
(Oona joins in)
Deema and Oona (singing): Hieroglyphics are terrific! Hieroglyphics are terrific!
Nonny: Here's a list of things we need.
Deema: Uh, these are pictures.
Nonny: Uh-huh. In Ancient Egypt, they used to write with pictures.
Deema: Really. Ok, um, yeah, mm-hmm, yep, yep. I have no idea what this says.
Archaeologist: This is what the inside of a pyramid looked like.
Molly: Are those tunnels?
Archaeologist: Yeah. There are lots of tunnels that lead to chambers deep inside the pyramid.
Deema (to Nonny): Ahem!
Nonny: A chamber is a room.
Gil: What's that?
Goby: I think that's the outside.
Nonny: (nervously) Uh, excuse me. I think we should hold on again.