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Old Dogs New Tricks Act 1

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Transcript: Once upon a time, there was a 13 year old labrador named Oscar, who secretly practiced magic. Oscar lived with his hu-mum and dad, and would practice magic when they weren’t looking. Every New Year’s Eve for the past 12 years, Oscar’s extended family have visited to watch fireworks out the front of the house. Oscar’s extremely fond of his Grandpa. The two have bonded through many years of secret firework-watching. Oscar’s Grandpa has always been tasked with looking after the labrador during the midnight celebrations, but Oscar actually learned to love watching the fireworks from inside. Oscar enjoyed having Grandpa to himself every year, until one year, his aunt brought her new puppy, Yogi to the party. Yogi disrupted everything for Oscar, but worst of all, stole Grandpa’s attention. Fed up and feeling forgotten, Oscar attempted a new, more advanced spell, to swap bodies with Yogi, wanting to be the beloved family puppy once again. Oscar lost control of the spell, and accidentally put himself in the body of his teddy bear!

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