tv Noticiero Uni Univision September 14, 2013 5:35am-6:00am EDT
>> i sent cameron and christian down to the kitchen. >> gil, sandy, we've got two missing students last seen in the kitchen. the cyclone's getting close so we don't have much time. >> we're right on it, bob. >> we'll never get out of here now. >> there's one more thing we could try. >> what? >> this! (metal clanging) >> hang on a sec. do you hear that? >> loud and clear. >> sounds like it's coming from the starboard side. >> let's go. over there. (screaming) >> looks like you guys could use a hand. bob, we found the boys and they're okay. we're headed back via the starboard side. >> you don't have much time. the cyclone's minutes from hitting. >> roger that bob. take your pick of rides, guys.
(screaming) >> bob: gil, sandy, do you read me? >> we read you. we're almost out. almost home, boys. this is your lift. our good friend maureen is waiting for you inside the chopper. >> take her up, mo. >> mo: hold on, i'm coming right back. >> like we have any other choice. (screaming) >> gil, sandy, come in. we've lost contact. (screaming) >> boo-ya, there they are. >> are we glad to see you guys. >> come on, we've got to get this ship locked down and out of here.
(screaming) (screaming) (cheering) >> in the event of a hurricane or cyclone always evacuate to a safe place away from the water. >> and make sure you have supplies like bottled water, a flashlight, a radio-- >> and lots of fresh batteries so you can listen to current developments in the weather situation. >> remember, think like a rescue hero. >> all: think safe!
>> keep it steady. got to keep it steady. no! mayday, mayday! i'm going down. >> ariel: got your position, mayday. a rescue heroes unit is on its way. >> matt: chopper down at 10 o'clock. the pilot's still inside. >> ready in just a sec. >> wee lad, i'm already good to go. cheerio! ♪ (grunting) (screaming) >> perry: ariel, i can get to him. i'll need you to change position. >> perry, trust me. i need you to get in the basket. >> but, but, but-- what happened to "no one gets left behind?"
>> gotcha. sorry perry, i guess it's wings over 'chutes after all. >> perry: yeah, well we'll just see about that. >> i'll save you a place at the top. man, i am king of the world. >> hey hotshot, having the skills doesn't mean you're ready. >> oh i am so ready. i'm totally stoked about tomorrow's climb. >> that's a shame, cody, because you won't be on tomorrow's climb. you haven't completed your weather training class. >> who cares? i want to be a climber, not a weatherman. >> well, here's a forecast for you: no more climbs until you get the big picture. >> ha, that's what you think. ♪
>> you might as well take all that parachute silk and make yourself a nice pair of pyjamas. >> ugh, enough. listening to you two has become a full-time job. this contest will settle it. the first one to grab all those flags and get to the bottom wins. >> loser buys lunch. got it, perry? >> i'll get us a table while i'm waiting for you to finish the course. ♪ >> guys, come see why you always check your weather reports. see that, it's a storm headed our way. sorry guys, the climb's off until the weather's a lot safer. you guys better head on back. i've gotta check up on someone. >> ready, set, go. ♪
>> there's a trick to this, lad. remind me to teach it to you. >> and how about i teach you how to leave a big tip. >> right after you buy me lunch. >> that should settle that. >> cliff: yee-haw! wings rule. >> pushed off a wee bit early, didn't you? >> uggh. >> come on cody, suck it up. (screaming) so this is what rocky meant by bad weather? well, no pain, no gain. that gully can shield me from this wind. ♪ whoa! man, this could sure be tricky on the way down.
cody aces it. a fixed line like this will save me a half an hour on the descent. and rocky thinks i don't know how to climb. ha! >> this is getting serious. time for some rescue hero back up. >> cliff: don't be a sore loser. >> are you daft? how can i be a sore loser? i never lost now did i? >> uggh. >> this is rocky. i could use a little help. i've got a climbing student stuck up here on mount brisbois. >> we're on it. does he have a global positioning system? >> rocky: sorry, ariel, no transponder for you to hone in on. i'm getting worried about lightning strikes. cody might try and take shelter up there. >> cliff: rocky, any weather trained climber knows not to shelter under an overhang during a storm. >> that's just the problem, cliff. he's not weather trained. (grunting) >> guess this was high enough to
>> whoa! >> whoa! >> whoa, hang on there lad. >> whoa! ariel, my transponder's out. better track me visually. it'll take me too long to get to cody. perry, can you get cody to dante's ridge for a chopper pick up? it's just below the clouds. >> my 'chute's gone. we're going to be needing-- >> cliff hanger's on his way. >> you rang, pyjama man? ♪ got him? i'm going back for mr. chuteless. >> yet another demonstration of
the superiority of a fixed-wing apparatus. >> all i saw was a load of hot-dogging. >> the controls are iced over. can't steer to the left. >> aye, and this is a normal part of demonstrating "fixed-wing superiority?" >> here, this will keep you warm. >> got to slow this down or i'm going to lose my lunch. >> slow it down? good idea, and my auxiliary 'chute is just the thing. ♪ >> we need to relocate rocky and cody. i've lost all visual contact. >> ahh! >> you okay, cody? >> sure thing. it'll take more than a rock to slow me down.
>> okay, we can be located now, but ariel can only pick us up below the cloud line. we need to go lower. >> ah, that rock really banged up my side. sorry, rocky. >> we've gotta move. >> i've got a signal. good job, swoops. (cawing) and there they are. >> cut yourself loose, cody. it's the only way. >> i just can't. you do it. >> ahhh! >> looks like you might be taking a few months off.
>> that's okay by me. i'll need the time-- agh! to study everything there is to know about weather conditions. (laughing) >> cliff: so my super aerial work gives me back the bragging rights. you agree? >> oh i don't agree at all, laddie. if i hadn't dumped my 'chute for safety reasons, unlike you, i'd still have been able to turn left going down. >> maybe i didn't feel like turning left. ever think of that? >> if it weren't for my auxiliary chute, you'd be wearing your lunch, you blatherskite. (laughing) >> mountain climbing can be fun, but like most outdoor activities, changes in the weather can make it extremely dangerous. >> so make sure you know what the weather's going to be like before you head out. >> and then dress appropriately for those weather conditions. it doesn't matter if you're mountain climbing or playing softball, the afternoon will be a lot more fun if you wear the right clothes for the right conditions. >> so whatever you play, it's important to know everything you can about that sport.
whoa! what's up? you got something? yeah, i'm detecting a response already. [ beeping ] it's thanks to you, chris. it's no big deal, really. sure it's a big deal. i've built lots of neat stuff, but i couldn't have come up with something this good overnight. oh, come on, tails, you're embarrassing me. amy, what's the location? the signal's coming from a place called planet breezy. that sounds cool. okay, planet breezy, here we come. we're on our way. engage warp-field driver. warp fields ready. let's go!
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