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AEdit

  • [the theme song begins playing, with a car passing by Private E, then the camera zooms in the vowels]
  • Private Exclamation Point: All right, letter-heads! Move it, move it, move it, move it, move it! This isn't camp nappy-packy-wacky lake! This is Vowel Boot Camp! Now, sound off!
  • Private A: A!
  • Private E: E!
  • Private I: I!
  • Private O: O!
  • Private U: U!
  • Private Y: Y!
  • Sergeant Mark : On the double, A, and I'm not talking batteries.
  • [Private A walks foward to Sergeant Mark]
  • Sergeant Mark: State your long and short sounds!
  • Private A: A is my long sound, and "ah" is my short sound, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: Exactly. But, what if your flanked suddenly by an M and an N? Sound!
  • Private A: "Ah"!
  • Sergeant Mark: Word!
  • Private A: Man!
  • Sergeant Mark: Well done, soldier. But what if an I slips through the lines and stands next to you? What's the general rule, soldiers?
  • Vowels: When two vowels stand side by side, the first one says its name with pride.
  • Sergeant Mark: Right. So, what's your sound now, Vowel A?
  • Private A: A!
  • Sergeant Mark: Word!
  • Private A: Main!
  • Sergeant Mark: Correct. You are my main man. Vowel Squad, let's go make some words! Forward, march!
  • [the vowels run by Sergeant Mark, laying down]
  • Sergeant Mark: That was a vowel thing to do. [lays down on the ground]
  • [the theme song plays again, then the camera zooms out of the vowels, with a car passing by Private E]

EEdit

  • [the theme song begins playing again, with a car passing by Private E again, then the camera zooms in the vowels again]
  • Sergeant Mark: All right, lowercase letter-heads! Move it, move it! No! Wait!
  • [the vowels run into the building, hitting Sergeant Mark]
  • Sergeant Mark: [stands up, shuddering] Wake up, wake up! This isn't camp easy-peasy-eat-a-lot! This is Vowel Boot Camp! Now, sound off!
  • Private A: A!
  • Private E: E!
  • Private I: I!
  • Private O: O!
  • Private U: U!
  • Private Y: Y!
  • Sergeant Mark: And you thought Vowel Boot Camp was going to be easy. Front and center, E!
  • Private E: Yes, sir!
  • Sergeant Mark: [repeated line] State your long and short sounds!
  • Private E: E is my long sound. "Eh" is my short sound, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: But, suddenly, a B comes straight at you then a T attacks from the rear. Give me your sound, soldier.
  • Private E: "Eh"!
  • Sergeant Mark: Word!
  • Private E: Bet!
  • Sergeant Mark: You bet, soldier. So you call in the backup and A joins the fight by your side. What's the rule of engagement?
  • Vowels: When two vowels stand side by side, the first says its name with pride.
  • Sergeant Mark: So what's your sound now, Vowel E?
  • Private E: E!
  • Sergeant Mark: Word!
  • Private E: Beat, sir!
  • [they both raise hands up]
  • Sergeant Mark: You bet, now beat it. Vowel Squad, let's go make some words. Forward, march!
  • [the vowels walk by Sergeant Mark, laughing, walking to a door, then the theme song begins playing again]
  • Sergeant Mark: Hey, come on, guys!
  • [the camera zooms out of the vowels again, with a car passing by Private E again]

IEdit

  • [the theme song begins playing again, with a car passing by Private E again, then the camera zooms in the vowels again[
  • Sergeant Mark: All right, lowercase letter-heads! Move it, move it, move it!
  • [the vowels walk by Private Exclamation Point]
  • Sergeant Mark: Wake up, wake up! This isn't camp itty-bitty-kitty time! This is Vowel Boot Camp! Now, sound off!
  • Private A: A!
  • Private E: E!
  • Private I: [shaped like a lowercase L] I!
  • Private O: O!
  • Private U: U!
  • Private Y: Y!
  • Sergeant Mark: Hmmm, do we have an L trying to infiltrate the Vowel Squad, or did Private I forget to dot himself this morning?!
  • [Private I goes down, the he puts the dot back on]
  • Private Exclamation Point: Front and center, I! [repeated line] State your long and short sounds!
  • Private I: I is my long sound. "Ih" is my short sound, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: Suddenly, an R and a P catch you in a pincher action. What do you sound like, soldier?
  • Private I: "Ih"!
  • Sergeant Mark: Word!
  • Private I: Rip!
  • Sergeant Mark: Now, suppose an E slips in on his right flank without making a sound. What's the drill, soldiers?
  • Vowels: When E on the end plays a no-talking game, the vowel before it says its name.
  • Sergeant Mark: And now what's your sound, Private I?
  • Private I: I!
  • Sergeant Mark: Word!
  • Private I: Ripe!
  • Sergeant Mark: Yes, ripe! Let's rip it up, Vowel Squad, and go make some words! Forward, march!
  • [the vowels walk out the door, then the theme song begins playing again]
  • Sergeant Mark: Hey, keep that up, and you'll be stripped off your stripes!
  • [the camera zooms out of the vowels again, with a car passing by Private E again]

OEdit

  • [the theme song begins playing again, with a car passing by Private E again, then the camera zooms in the vowels again]
  • Sergeant Mark: All right, lowercase letter-heads! Move it, move it, move it!
  • [the vowels walk by Private Exclamation Point]
  • Sergeant Mark: Wake up, wake up, wake up! This isn't camp hoppa-woopa-coppa-nope! This is Vowel Boot Camp! Now, sound off!
  • Private A: A!
  • Private E: E!
  • Private I: I!
  • Private O: [with a pillow in his mouth] O!
  • Private U: U!
  • Private Y: Y!
  • Private Exclamation Point [to Private O]: Soldier, how many times have I told you, pillows in the foot locker, not in your mouth!
  • Private O: [puts his pillow down] Sorry, sarge.
  • Sergeant Mark: Front and center, O! [repeated line] State your long and short sounds!
  • Private O: O is my long sound. "Aw" is my short sound, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: The MP's coming to escort you to the brig, your letter cuffed between an N and a T. Sound...
  • Private O: "Aw", sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: Word!
  • Private O: Not, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: You got it. But T picks up another prisoner and letters cuffs him to the right flank. It's an E who's not talking. What's the drill, soldiers?
  • Vowels When E on the end plays a no-talking game, the vowel before it says its name.
  • Sergeant Mark: Sound...
  • Private O: O, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: Word!
  • Private O: Note, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: Right. Make a note, Private O, not bad. [laughing] Now, let's go make some words. Forward, march! No! Wait!
  • [the vowels walk by Sergeant Mark, laying down]
  • Sergeant Mark: [calling on a walkie-talkie] Base. Base, this is Sergeant Mark of the vowel company. Over and out. [lays down on the ground]
  • [the theme song begins playing again, then the camera zooms out of the vowels again, with a car passing by Private E again]

UEdit

  • [the theme song begins playing again, with a car passing by Private E again, the the camera zooms in the vowels again]
  • Sergeant Mark: Move it, move it, move it!
  • [the vowels walk by Private Exclamation Point]
  • Sergeant Mark: Wake up, wake up, wake up! This isn't camp gummy-wummy-cutie-pie! This is Vowel Boot Camp! Vowel Squad, sound off!
  • Private A: A!
  • Private E: E!
  • Private I: I!
  • Private O: O!
  • Private U: [shaped like a lowercase N] U!
  • Private Y: Y!
  • Sergeant Mark: Your head's on upside-down, Private!
  • Private O: Sorry, sir.
  • Private Exclamation Point: I'm not talking to you. U!
  • Private U: Me?
  • Private Exclamation Point: There are no N's or any other consonants in this squad! Hit the deck and give me a U!
  • [Private U goes down, fixing his head]
  • Sergeant Mark: Front and center, U! [repeated line] State your long and short sounds!
  • Private U: U is my long sound. "Uh" is my short sound, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: Hmm, suddenly it gets surrounded by a C and a T. Sound...
  • Private U: "Uh", sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: And the word...
  • Private U: Cut, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: Cut, correct. But, say they throw a silent E at the right flank.
  • [the vowels throw Private E, hearing a crash]
  • Sergeant Mark: What's the drill, soldiers?
  • Vowels: When E on the end plays a no-talking game, the vowel before it says its name.
  • Sergeant Mark: Correct. So, what's your sound now, U?
  • Private U: U, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: And the word...
  • Private U: Cute, sir.
  • Sergeant Mark: Correct, Private U. You are a cut above. All right, Vowel Squad, let's go make some words! Forward, march!
  • [the vowels walk by Private Exclamation Point, laughing]
  • Sergeant Mark: Well, you missed me, you missed me! Now you're...
  • [the theme song begins playing again, then the vowels walk by Private Exclamation Point, laying down, then the camera zooms out of the the vowels again, with a car passing by Vowel E again]
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