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"Look what you've done now! You've smashed Richard's china cup!"
"Do you think he'll notice?
"
— Soo and Sweep
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Some Holiday
Director(s)

Adrian Hedley

Writer(s)

Alex Skerratt

Presenter

Richard Cadell

Puppeteers

Brian Sandford
Joolz Clough
Martin Rose

Air date

November 16th,
2013

Previous episode

Record Breakers

Next episode

Wacky Washing

Some Holiday is the twenty-first episode of the second series of Sooty.

Plot

When Sooty and the gang win a luxury holiday, none of them can wait to get packing. But with Sweep trying to mend the broken china, and Richard stuck on the phone, will they ever get away?

Characters

Trivia

  • The limousine's number plates have been blurred out.
  • Soo's voice artist Brenda Longman and wardrobe and make-up supervisor Wendy Abrahamsprovide the telephone operators' voices.
  • The names mentioned on the phone are references to people who work on the show: Julie, puppeteer Joolz Clough; Brian, puppeteer Brian Sandford; Martin, puppeteer Martin Rose; and just before Richard hangs up the name Adrian can be heard which is a reference to director Adrian Hedley.
  • The sketch with the newspaper at the start of the episode is reused from the Sooty & Co. episode, Estate Agents.
  • The boomerang and Sooty's hats is referring to The Sooty Show's episode Down Under.

Goofs

  • In reality, Richard wouldn't had to contact about the prize ,the newspaper would have contacted Richard about winning a prize.
  • The name "Cadell's" can be seen on the park's entrance. This is because, in reality, the park is owned by Richard and his brother David.
  • Richard's newspaper oddly seems to be only made up of one page.
  • In numerous episodes since Down Under, we have seen the gang go away, so how has the suitcase not been used since?

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