Granny Pig: Isn't that just a lovely manor house over there? Wouldn't you just love to live there?
Peppa: Not if we had to be roommates with Emily Elephant. She's the bully at my playgroup and is so snobby. She uses her faux-African nationality to be a brownnoser. She likes to tell on me and my gang.
Granny Pig: Oh, she sounds like a terrible girl!
[Scene shifts to Emily, Lisa and Brianna floating in rubber rings in the manor's pool]
Emily: This is such a good way to relax on such a siku ya moto. That's Swahili for 'hot day'.
Lisa: I agree.
Brianna: Even more.
Emily: *gets out of rubber ring* Oh, Peppa. Does your grandma know how low class you are?
[Lisa and Brianna laugh hard]
Granny Pig: My darling granddaughter Peppa is NOT low class! Go and mind your own business!
Emily: But she jumps in mud puddles!
Lisa: That IS low class.
Brianna: If you do that and have friends, they're probably just low class too.
Granny Pig: That's what we all do in the Pig family. It's a tradition. Come on, Peppa, let's get away from these rude girls.
[She and Peppa go back to her and Grandpa Pig's house]
Mummy Pig: *arrives* I'm here! How was your walk to the local shops with Granny Pig?
Peppa: Fantastic until we came to Emily's manor on the way back.
Mummy Pig: You came to Emily's Manor?
Peppa: I'm afraid so.
Mummy Pig: What route did you take back?
Peppa: The only footpath there is.
Mummy Pig: Well, why didn't you take the bus or the tram or something?
Peppa: I didn't think of that.
Mummy Pig: Well, you'll be able to see what the tram's like. We're taking it home!
Peppa: Oh, goody!
[Peppa and Mummy Pig get on the tram and it starts]
Tram driver: THE ELEPHANT FAMILY'S MANOR! *stops tram outside Emily's manor*
[Emily, Mummy Elephant, Lisa and Brianna get on and the tram starts]
Tram driver: LOCAL SHOPS! *stops tram outside local shops*
[All the passengers except for Peppa, Emily, Lisa, Brianna, Mummy Pig and Mummy Elephant get off and the tram starts moving]
Tram driver: THEATRE! *stops tram outside theatre*
[Emily, Mummy Elephant, Lisa and Brianna get off]
Emily: The bongo russe is going to be kubwa! That's Swahili for 'great'.
Lisa: I agree.
Brianna: Even more.
[The tram leaves]
Peppa: Phew, OK glad Emily left. Her manor is impossible to defeat 'cause it's got everything. Even its own nearby tram stop.
Tram driver: THE OUTSKIRTS OF PEPPATOWN! *stops tram outside Peppa's house*
[Peppa and Mummy Pig get off]
Peppa: Just in time for The Mr. Potato Show! *goes to TV room and turns on TV*
The next day.....
Peppa: *wakes up and yawns*
Mummy Pig: (from kitchen) Come and get your Corn Flakes, Peppa and George!
Peppa: Okay, Mum!
[They go down the stairs to the kitchen and eat their Corn Flakes]
Mummy Pig: Time for playgroup!
[They get into the car]
Mummy Pig: *drives Peppa and George to playgroup*
Madame Gazelle: Good morning, everyone! Today, we will all be drawing pictures of our houses.
[The kids draw pictures of their houses]
Madame Gazelle: Excellent, everyone! Now, tell us about your houses as you show the class your drawings. You first, Peppa.
Peppa: So, well, my little house has two storeys, a triangular roof and an antenna.
Madame Gazelle: Now you, Pedro.
Pedro: My house has two storeys, an attic and a chimney.
Madame Gazelle: Now you, Emily.
Emily: Mine isn't even a house. It's a manor. It has a dinner hall, a luxury bedroom, a lounge, a breakfast room, a gate with flamingo statues, a pool, a flower garden, a laboratory for my little brother Edmond, a fake African jungle and statues of African animals.
Peppa: That just proves how snobbish she is, ay gang?
Madame Gazelle: We all like our own houses the best because they're our own home!
Emily: But Madame Gazelle, I don't have a house. I have a manor.
Madame Gazelle: Yes, but don't act superior over the other kids for it.