Mary Poppins

Now, let me see.
That´s funny. I always carry it with me.
It must be here somewhere.

- What?
- My tape measure.

- What do you want it for?
- I want to see how you two measure up.

Well, that´s the funniest thing I ever
saw. I know it´s down here somewhere.

Ah, ha-ha, ha-ha!
Here it is.

Good. Come along, then. Quickly.
Head up, Michael. Don´t slouch.
Just as I thought.
Extremely stubborn and suspicious.

- I am not!
- See for yourself.

"Extremely stubborn
and sus--´´

Now you,Jane.
Mmm. "Rather inclined to giggle.
Doesn´t put things away.´´

How ´bout you?
Very well. Hold this for me.
As I expected. "Mary Poppins.
Practically perfect
in every way.´´

Mary Poppins! Is that your name?
It´s lovely.

Thank you.
I´ve always liked it.

- Now, shall we get on with it?
- Get on with what?

In your advertisement, did you
not specifically request to play games?

- Oh, yes!
- Very well, then.

Our first game is called
"Well Begun Is Half Done.´´

I don´t like
the sound of that.

Otherwise entitled,
"Let´s Tidy Up the Nursery.´´

I told you
she was tricky.

- Shall we begin?
- It is a game, isn´t it, Mary Poppins?

Well, it depends on
your point of view.

You see, in every job
that must be done...

there is an element of fun.
You find the fun, and snap!
The job´s a game.