- 1. Friend emergency!
Clear a path!
- 2. - She called you, too!
- 3. Come in, quick!
- 4. Whoa! It's worse than my room!
- 5. Frida, what happened?
- 6. Usually your room is
as neat and tidy as it is in this photo.
- 7. It was like this when I woke up.
What do you think could have caused it?
- 8. Frankly, this mess
has poltergeist written all over it.
- 9. Oh, no, no, no!
- 10. I cannot have a ghost
in my house right now.
- 11. I'm too busy running for class president!
- 12. Frida, it's all right.
- 13. Whatever this is,
I'll get to the bottom of it.
- 14. - You know why?
- Because you're my campaign manager?
- 15. Yes. But more importantly,
I'm your friend.
- 16. And that's what friends do.
- 17. Oh, I knew I could count on you.
- 18. Now, the first thing we need to do
is clean up this room,
- 19. and then we see if the ghost returns
to repeat his mischief.
- 20. How are we going to monitor the room
while I'm sleeping?
- 21. Ooh! I've got an idea.
- 22. You do?
- 23. I think my dad's got
an old video camera that might help.
- 24. Perfect!
- 25. You can take care of that
while we clean the room.
- 26. Now, let's get to it.
- 27. I never thought ghost hunting
would involve so much room cleaning!
- 28. My favorite book is missing!
- 29. The Legend of Great King Condon.
- 30. Never heard of it.
- 31. It's about a boy
who grew up to be a wise king,
- 32. full of grand adventures and pithy wisdom.
- 33. Also, the battle scenes are quite bloody.
- 34. - That does sound good.
- It probably just got misplaced.
- 35. I'm sure it will turn up.
- 36. Why does your father have all this?
- 37. He bought it when I was born
to document my many accomplishments.
- 38. If you want to watch
the first time I poured milk in my cereal,
- 39. it's all on tape.
- 40. Didn't spill a drop.
- 41. There, we're rolling.
- 42. Just let it run all night,
- 43. and tomorrow
we can check the tape for the ghost.
- 44. I'll do my best to act natural.
- 45. Whoa! That ghost really outdid itself.
- 46. Frida, it looks like you made the mess.
- 47. I did.
- 48. Did the ghost possess you?
- 49. No.
I don't think so.
- 50. Did you make yesterday's mess, too?
- 51. Well, uh, yes, yeah.
- 52. Then why did you call us in such a panic?
- 53. Because the mess
is supposed to be gone when I wake up!
- 54. And why would that be?
- 55. How should I know?
It's just how rooms work.
- 56. Oh, no!
- 57. That's not how rooms work, is it?
- 58. No! No, it's not!
- 59. Of course.
- 60. Now that you say that,
it makes sense.
- 61. It's just that's
how my room's worked my whole life.
- 62. I never thought to question it.
- 63. I can't believe you thought
rooms clean themselves.
- 64. Quiet, you!
- 65. You're supposed to be smart.
- 66. - Oh!
- 67. - Get off!
- Stop it, both of you!
- 68. Where did you learn that?
- 69. Hmph! Sparrow Scouts.
- 70. Wrestling badge.
- 71. Now, it's true rooms don't normally
clean themselves, but this room did.
- 72. So maybe there was a ghost.
- 73. But he wasn't messing up the room,
he was tidying it.
- 74. - Then why did he stop?
- I don't know.
- 75. But at least it means
there's no ghost here now.
- 76. - That, that's good, right?
- I suppose.
- 77. - What about all of this?
- Take it from me, you'll get used to it.
- 78. Vote Frida! Class President!
- 79. I pledge to add healthier and tastier
choices for the cafeteria menu.
- 80. Really?
How are you gonna do that?
- 81. Well, I'm very, very...
- 82. I'm very organized and my—
my many skills will be useful in...
- 83. new efficiencies.
- 84. Excuse me.
I'll just show you, uh, my charts.
- 85. Oh, no! Oh!
- 86. - Are you not feeling well?
- I'm fine.
- 87. I've just, uh, got something on my mind,
not that that's a problem for me.
- 88. No, sir.
I never get mixed up.
- 89. Excuse me, Frida.
- 90. It looks like you handed in last week's
vocabulary homework by mistake.
- 91. Oh...
- 92. That's all right.
Class president's not for everyone.
- 93. Vote for Frida.
- 94. Vote for Frida!
- 95. Vote for Frida!
- 96. Vote for Frida!
- 97. I have to drop out of the race.
- 98. What? Why?
- 99. I can't give a speech
about my accomplishments
- 100. when I don't even know what they are!
- 101. My whole platform
is about how organized I am.
- 102. We definitely shouldn't have said
- 103. How do I know anything
about myself is true?
- 104. All this time, I considered myself
to be a tidy person,
- 105. but it was the ghost all along.
- 106. A ghost didn't earn
your Sparrow Scout badges
- 107. or get good grades for you.
- 108. You did that.
- 109. But maybe if I had to clean my own room,
- 110. I wouldn't have had time
to focus on badges and grades.
- 111. That's a good point.
- 112. Maybe I could be a top student
if I had a ghost.
- 113. Maybe without the ghost,
you'll get grades like me!
- 114. David, that's not helpful.
- 115. Calm down, Frida.
- 116. It'll be okay.
And you're not dropping out of the race.
- 117. I guess I could try writing
some kind of speech.
- 118. Um... Oh!
- 119. Uh, maybe I could focus
on the theme of change.
- 120. I, myself, have, um, changed.
- 121. And as class president,
I will, you know, make a change.
- 122. - Something like that?
- Nothing is going to change.
- 123. I'll fix this. I promise.
- 124. How?
- 125. We are going to find that ghost
and bring him back.
- 126. - We're what, now?
- Is that even possible?
- 127. Trust me.
I'll find a way.
- 128. I suppose you always do.
- 129. Uh, excuse me.
I'm looking for some info on...
- 130. Uh, no, a-actually, we're trying
to get a ghost to come back.
- 131. I wasn't recommending that.
It just slipped.
- 132. Um, we're looking for a ghost
that used to clean Frida's room.
- 133. Hmm. What else
do you know about it?
- 134. Did the ghost leave anything?
- 135. He did!
He stole one of my books.
- 136. Interesting.
- 137. A lot of ghosts are just looking
for stuff that belonged to them.
- 138. What about loved ones?
Don't ghosts come back to visit them?
- 139. Sometimes.
- 140. But the good thing about loved ones
is they eventually die, too.
- 141. Then everybody's together again.
- 142. That's why the hardest thing about dying
is leaving all your stuff behind.
- 143. Makes sense.
- 144. Are you saying that my book
belonged to this ghost?
- 145. - Was it an old book?
- Yes! It was an antique.
- 146. Must be a hundred years old.
- 147. Inside the cover, someone had written
"This book belongs to Craigie Williams."
- 148. - Probably Craigie Williams.
- Yes, I know.
- 149. I always wondered what became of him.
- 150. Sounds like he died.
- 151. Yes, I know!
- 152. So, the ghost of Craigie Williams
stole his book back.
- 153. Now we need to figure out
where to find him.
- 154. Plot 572 of St. Guglows Cemetery.
- 155. You've memorized every grave?
- 156. No, of course not.
- 157. Oh, you know,
I should probably look him up.
- 158. Where are those city records?
- 159. Craigie Williams,
St. Guglows Cemetery, plot 572.
- 160. That's just what you said before.
- 161. Was it? I don't think so.
- 162. Listen, Hildie.
- 163. If you're planning to do
what I think you're planning to do,
- 164. you'll need this.
- 165. And this.
- 166. But be warned, you're talking
about deliberately raising the dead.
- 167. Piercing the veil
between this world and the next.
- 168. Are you saying I shouldn't do it?
- 169. Is it important?
- 170. Quite important.
- 171. Then, yeah, sure, knock yourself out.
- 172. Don't worry, it'll be, um, fun.
- 173. What's wrong?
- 174. Frida's counting on me.
- 175. I promised her I'd fix this,
but what if we can't find the ghost?
- 176. Ah, this is precisely why an elf
would never make a promise
- 177. without a written document.
- 178. That way, you can include disclaimers
that absolve responsibility
- 179. in the event the promise cannot be upheld.
- 180. But that's awful!
Why even make a promise at all?
- 181. You're admitting defeat
before you even start.
- 182. No, you're protecting yourself
- 183. You know, this isn't much of a pep talk.
- 184. - Can't you just say, "You can do it"?
- Sure. You can do it!
- 185. Statement for encouragement purposes only.
You may not actually be able to do it.
- 186. - What a rubbish idea this is.
- Come on, David.
- 187. - Hilda's being brave. Why can't you?
- Because I'm not brave!
- 188. You know, a bit like how you're not tidy.
- 189. You'll just have to get used
to not being perfect, like the rest of us.
- 190. Frida, don't listen to him.
- 191. Look!
- 192. Now what?
- 193. Roll this back and forth on the grave.
- 194. Are you crazy? No way!
- 195. David, please.
- 196. Frida needs us.
- 197. I know,
but there are limits, aren't there?
- 198. This is what friends are for.
- 199. She never complained about helping you
with the troll rock and the marra.
- 200. "Deep in the earth
your moldering bones for posterity lay,
- 201. but on this night, they stir and moan
when you come out to play."
- 202. Well, come on!
- 203. Wow, what's going on?
- 204. Frida, what are you doing here?
- 205. You know me?
- 206. So you are the one cleaning my room!
- 207. Yes, that was me.
- 208. Every night I visited your room
to enjoy my favorite book,
- 209. The Legend of Great King Condon.
- 210. Oh, reading it always
brought back fond memories
- 211. of when I read it as a child.
- 212. I was so pleased
that you treasured the book just as I did.
- 213. To show my appreciation
for you keeping it safe,
- 214. I cleaned the room for you every night.
- 215. Then what? You got tired of that
and took the book for yourself?
- 216. Certainly not!
- 217. I was cross when I saw it was gone.
- 218. But without it there,
I had no reason to return.
- 219. Right. Is there anyone else
who wanted it?
- 220. Um...
- 221. Ooh!
- 222. Engilbjort! It's your brother!
- 223. Did you steal my old book?
- 224. - What's it to you, Craigie?
- I knew it!
- 225. You always were jealous of my books.
- 226. It's not fair.
They were all passed down to you.
- 227. - That collection was worth a fortune.
- I was the reader in the family!
- 228. Bah! Mother and Father
always liked you best, that's all!
- 229. Excuse me.
- 230. I don't want to get in the middle
of your whole, uh, thing here,
- 231. but we need to get that book back.
- 232. - And who are you?
- The rightful owners.
- 233. Oh, well, we'll see about that!
- 234. Do you wish to challenge me?
- 235. Um...
- 236. Yes. We all do.
- 237. Excellent! A wrestling match for the book!
- 238. Don't tell me that.
- 239. A dispute with a ghost
can only be settled by...
- 240. a wrestling match?
- 241. What? We need the entertainment!
- 242. Engilbjort! Engilbjort! Engilbjort!
- 243. Engilbjort!
- 244. - Why did you have to include us?
- 245. We need to work together
if we're to have a chance.
- 246. And you have a wrestling badge.
- 247. We need every advantage we can get here.
- 248. Engilbjort's a grown-up.
Or, you know, she was.
- 249. Ready?
- 250. I suppose.
- 251. Now remember, keep it clean.
- 252. Three, two, one...
- 253. Hey, that's cheating!
- 254. Engilbjort, that's a warning.
- 255. Hey, ghosts do say "boo."
- 256. - Ah!
- The boy is out!
- 257. The girl is out!
- 258. Ah!
- 259. You can do it, Hilda.
- 260. Ah!
- 261. Ah!
- 262. The winner!
- 263. Hey!
- 264. - But she cheated!
- Look, kid, it's almost sunrise.
- 265. We gotta wrap this up
and get back in the ground.
- 266. Bye.
- 267. Frida, don't give up.
There's always something we can do.
- 268. Aha.
- 269. Hey! What are you doing?
- 270. I'm lying on your grave
so your bones can't get in.
- 271. Give us Craigie's book!
- 272. This isn't fair. I won.
- 273. But you also have to be back
in the ground by sunrise, don't you?
- 274. Me, I can lie here all morning.
- 275. Sure is great not being dead.
- 276. Here you are.
- 277. - Thank you.
- You did it! You did it!
- 278. You got The— The Squire's Folly?
- 279. This is the wrong book!
- 280. That's the one I stole.
- 281. I don't know anything
about any other book.
- 282. I don't suppose you'd consider
coming to clean my room anyway?
- 283. What am I? The ghost of a maid? Ha!
- 284. Frida.
- 285. I'm so sorry.
- 286. I failed Frida.
- 287. I'm a bad friend.
- 288. Nonsense!
You're an excellent friend.
- 289. There's none better.
Should you have included a disclaimer?
- 290. Well, of course, you should always
include a disclaimer.
- 291. But she'll be all right in the end.
- 292. Ugh! This corpse frost
does not want to come off!
- 293. And now, your next candidate
for class president...
- 294. Frida!
- 295. How is she going to handle the speech?
- 296. She's strong. She'll be all right.
- 297. I hope so.
- 298. Frida?
- 299. Has anyone see Frida today?
- 300. I don't know what's the matter.
Maybe you can talk to her.
- 301. Frida, it's just a messy room.
- 302. No, it's everything!
- 303. My parents think I'm perfect.
- 304. It's really quite important to them.
- 305. To be honest, it's important to me, too.
- 306. If I'm not perfect,
then I don't know who I am.
- 307. Look, I don't know who took that book,
but you don't need it or the ghost.
- 308. You're still you.
- 309. Still our friend.
- 310. Oh, really?
- 311. A friend to David
who won't stop poking fun at me.
- 312. And a friend to you
who builds up my hopes for nothing!
- 313. You know, you're not making it easy
to be your friend right now.
- 314. You think it's easy being your friend?
- 315. I'd say I'm pretty low-maintenance
compared to you.
- 316. Ha! Well, I don't drag people
into dangerous situations
- 317. just for the fun of it.
- 318. Well, at least I know how to have fun.
- 319. Right, because you're
the cool wilderness girl,
- 320. all free-spirited and everything.
- 321. You think you're too good to play
by the rules just like the rest of us.
- 322. Hey, I wrestled a ghost for you.
- 323. We all wrestled the ghost
because you told me
- 324. it would get my book back.
- 325. But it didn't, did it?
- 326. It was just a horrible, terrifying thing
we all had to do for no reason.
- 327. Fine. Sorry I ever tried to help.
- 328. I'm sorry you ever moved here!
- 329. Come on, David. Let's go.
- 330. You could just learn to tidy
your own flipping room!
- 331. He's not wrong.
- 332. Ugh! Just go!