P: Are you my conscience?
J (surprised): No, I am not.
F: Would you like to be Pinocchio’s conscience?
J: Uh, well.
Then the fairy touched Jiminy with the magic wand;
F: Now you are Pinocchio’s conscience. You will help him when there is temptation. You will be his guide along the straight and narrow path.
F (to Pinocchio): Now, remember, Pinocchio, be a good boy. And always let your conscience be your guide.
P: Good bye my lady.
Now, Jiminy and Pinocchio were alone. Jiminy wanted to teach Pinocchio.
J: Now, you see, the world is full of temptations.
J: Yep. Temptations are the wrong things that seem right at the time.
Pinocchio didn’t understand him but he said,
P: I’m gonna (=going to) do right.
J: and I’m gonna help you. Whenever you need me, just whistle.
While singing and dancing, Pinocchio stepped into two buckets and fell down. He caused a lot of noise and woke up Geppetto.
G: Who is there?
P: It’s me.
Then Geppetto was very afraid. He thought there was a stranger in the room. He got out of the bed. He took a candle and began to look for the stranger. Then Pinocchio appeared.
P: Here I am.
G: Oh… Pinocchio. But this can’t be real. I think I am dreaming in my sleep.
Geppetto couldn’t believe it. He poured a whole jug of water on himself. Then he went back to Pinocchio.
G: Well, say something.
P: You are funny. Do it again.
G: You talk. This is real.
P: Yes, the Blue Fairy came. She gave me life. She also gave me a conscience. Someday I am going to be a real boy.
Now Geppetto believed it. He was very happy.
G: A real boy. It was my wish. It has come true.
Then he showed Pinocchio to Figaro and Cleo. He was filled with joy.