Sunday, June 25, 2017

Finding Nemo and Dory off-screen voiceovers

BABY DORY: Hi, I'm Dory.
-BABY DORY: Hello?
-STAN: Where?
-There. There. Right there.
-BABY DORY: Hello?
-Oh my goodness, it's a child!
-STAN: Hi, kid. Over here. Hello?
-Hello? Hi.
-CORAL: (LAUGHS) Get away!
-Here he is. Cutie's here!
MR. RAY: I can assure you,
he's quite safe with me.
MARLIN: I'm sure he is.
MARLIN: A white boat!
They took my son!
DORY: Look. Balloons. It is a party.
DORY: Hey there!
BRUCE: How about you, Chum?
BRUCE: That's all right, Chum.
What do these markings mean?
DORY: Is the party over?
SHERMAN: Barbara.
You going to eat that?
DORY: Sorry.
MARLIN: See anything?
DORY: Something's got me!
DORY: Are... Are you my conscience?
MARLIN: Yeah. I'm your conscience.
DORY: Light, please.
MARLIN: (PANTS) I'm dead. I'm dead.
-DORY: I've seen one of those.
-I'm a fish with a nose like a sword.
-Lots of legs.
-DORY: Clam?
MARLIN: Great! That's great!
-The tops don't sting you.
-DORY: Two in a row. Beat that.
DORY: Am I disqualified?
MARLIN: Nemo...
GILL: That's it, Sharkbait.
CRUSH: Dude?
-I'm sorry I couldn't stop...
-GILL: I'm the one who should be sorry.
GILL: Everybody else,
be as gross as possible.
-See ya later, dudes.
-DORY: Bye, everyone.
CRUSH: 150, dude!
MARLIN: Dory...
MARLIN: Boy, this is taking a while.
DORY: Hey, how about
we play a game?
-MARLIN: See, he's swimming away.
-Come back.
-KRILL: Swim away!
-Look. Krill!
DORY: Whoo!
-MARLIN: Will you just stop it?
-Why? What's wrong?
82 degrees, pH balance normal.
BLOAT: What are we going to do
when that brat gets here?
-I'm thinking, I'm thinking.
-NEMO: Help!
SHERMAN: Whoops! That would
have been a nasty fall.
DORY: Whoo-hoo!
Darla, your uncle will see you now.
-DARLA: I get a fishy!
-Oh, no.
-MARLIN: Nemo!
SHERMAN: Out with you. And stay out!
-DARLA: Get it out!
DARLA: (SCREAMS) Get it out!
-NEMO: Daddy!
NEMO: Dad!
DORY: Nemo's alive!
-NEMO: Lucky fin.
-Now, go. Hurry!
MARLIN: That's it!
MARLIN: Almost there. Keep swimming!
BRUCE: Pardon me.
NEMO: Bye, Dad.
NEMO: Bye, Dad!
SHERMAN: Barbara.
BARBARA: Mmm-hmm?
DORY: Mmm, got it.
NEMO: Wait, I thought
there were 3 sharks.
there were definitely four.
ALL: The undertow!
MR. RAY: That's right.
MR. RAY: Because the current created
by all the flapping is very strong.
MR. RAY: Dory! Dory!
-(GASPS) Is she dead?
-MR. RAY: No, she's not dead.
-MARLIN: Dory!
DORY: Whoo-hoo!
Let's find my family.
CRUSH: Go! Go! Go, go, go.
NEMO: Just go, Dad.
MARLIN: Don't push me, Nemo.
SQUIRT: So long, Little Blue!
Hope you find your parents.
CRUSH: And good luck
"feeding the fishes."
MARLIN: No. Dory! Dory! Wait! Wait.
DORY: Mom! Dad!
MARLIN: Stop yelling for a second.
Do you really think your parents...
MARLIN: What? Jenny and what?
MARLIN: Can't we just take
a moment to come up with a plan?
MARLIN: Oh! Ooh! Whoa!
Swim for your life!
-NEMO: I'm okay.
-Well, I'm gonna get help. Okay?
-Marlin! Nemo!
-NEMO: Dory!
NEMO: Dory! Dory!
MARLIN: Don't worry, Dory! Stay calm.
We'll come find you!
SIGOURNEY: And welcome to
the Marine Life Institute...
DORY: Marlin? Nemo?
MAN: Looks like we're done here.
WOMAN: Dude, cut it out.
You're a scientist. We talked about this.
MAN: Oh, come on. It's funny.
DORY: Oh boy. Okay. This is--
MARLIN: Are you absolutely
sure that's what I said?
NEMO: Uh, excuse us. Hello!
DORY: Are we there yet?
HANK: Sh. Keep it down!
-you see I suffer from short-term--
-HANK: Short-term memory loss.
-HANK: Through the pipes. Great.
-Through the pipes?
BOTH: Open Ocean.
DORY: Exactly.
MARLIN: I don't see how this
is going to get us inside.
FLUKE: Just pick one, mate.
MARLIN: Becky.
-RUDDER: Yeah, Gerald.
-FLUKE: Come on, son.
HANK: Now remember,
Destiny said follow the signs
-to the Open Ocean exhibit.
-DORY: Uh-huh.
HANK: I can't see squat,
so it's your job to look for it.
MARLIN: Roo-roo, Becky!
Drop us anywhere. We're okay.
MARLIN: Becky! Ooo-roo. Ooo-roo.
SIGOURNEY: The baby otter talk
is beginning now.
DORY: Looking for the world's
most powerful pair of glasses.
-We swim, swim, swim
-DORY: Just keep swimming
CHILDREN: Oh, what is this?
HANK: Sorry.
DORY: That's okay. Everybody does it.
Nothing to be ashamed of.
Welcome to the Open Ocean.
MARLIN: Ooo-roo. Ooo-roo, ooo-roo.
Ooo-roo. Ooo-roo.
NEMO: Whoo-hoo!
Come with us as we explore
DORY: We're here.
This is really happening.
SIGOURNEY: It's our goal that every
animal we rescue and care for...
-BABY DORY: Four...
-Mommy! Daddy!
-FEMALE CRAB: Where's your tag?
-DORY: Destiny!
-DORY: Hello?
BAILEY: It's consuming her!
It's eating her alive!
DESTINY: Dory! I'm sorry!
-DORY: I found Marlin and Nemo!
-DESTINY: Down to quarantine.
MAN 1: Hey, so how much more
we got left to load?
WOMAN: Uh, just this last row.
MAN 2: The sooner we finish,
the sooner this truck gets to Cleveland.
DORY: Watch the turn.
MARLIN: Watch what? Ow!
NEMO: Too late.
DORY: Okay, I think we're close. Whee!
DORY: Yes! This is it!
We're in quarantine!
MARLIN: Where are we going?
Hey, what--
MARLIN: I think I'm getting
the hang of this! Oh!
-NEMO: Dory, are you all right?
-Are you okay?
-I was too late.
-MARLIN: Dory, no. No. Now listen.
-I don't have a family.
-NEMO: No, Dory. That's not true.
HANK: Time to go!
NEMO: Dory!
HANK: Where's everybody else?
WOMAN: I found the octopus!
-WOMAN: Where did he go?
NEMO: (GASPS) Dad, look! It's Dory.
-WOMAN: All right. Let's get going.
DORY: And then the whale swallowed us
even though I speak whale.
JENNY: A whale?
CHARLIE: Good thing I wasn't
there to see that.
DORY: Actually Marlin never believes
I even know how to speak whale...
Hello. I'm Sigourney Weaver.
-DORY: Destiny?
-We got to jump.
JENNY: Oh no! That's bad!
What do we do?
JENNY: Oh no! They're going away!
NEMO: Oh no! Dory! What do we do?
MARLIN: Dory, no! Wait!
CARL: What is that?
DAISY: I don't care what it is!
Get it off!
DAISY: We are so fired.
DORY: Keep straight. Straight. Left.
Left. No, no, no. Right. Right. Right.
Mine, mine, mine, mine.
SIGOURNEY: What lies before you
DORY: One, two, three, four...
HANK: All right, you little shrimps,
recess is over.
DESTINY: Oh, come on, guys.
It's actually really cool.
-JENNY: Yay!
-You did it, kelpcake.
BABY DORY: Really?
BLOAT: Come on. Roll, roll.
That's it. Hurry!
PEACH: I'm right behind you.
GILL: You can do it!
Just a little farther. That's it!
GURGLE: I am truly going to vomit!
-JACQUES: Voila!
-All right, gang, good work.
BLOAT: Now what?

Friday, June 9, 2017

Tinker Bell's Enchanted Beyond story

Tinker Bell's Enchanted Beyond is set after Tinker Bell's NeverZootopia Legend. The movie opens shortly after Tinker Bell's NeverZootopia Legend, with an action sequence in the Never Land seas, in which Rosetta (Megan Hilty) and Fawn (Ginnifer Goodwin) (acting as the pirate captain and her sidekick) are committing a pirate ship robbery until Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman) appears to stop the crime. Tink is knocked off the train by Fawn, only to be caught by Periwinkle (Lucy Hale) riding the snowy owl with Blaze. Then, Rosetta and Fawn set off explosives that destroy a bridge and make their escape in their car driven by the Aliens (Jeff Pidgeon). Tink tries to save the orphans, but the ship gets sucked into the whirlpool with Tink still inside. Suddenly, the entire train is lifted high into the air and saved by Zarina (Christina Hendricks). Zarina then disintegrated Rosetta and Fawn's getaway cart with his gun. This leads to a standoff between Tinker Bell, Zarina, and Periwinkle against the Rosetta, Fawn and the aliens, made more fierce when Rosetta releases Vidia (Pamela Adlon) (playing the force field warrior fairy), and Tink responds by releasing Iridessa (Raven-Symoné) (playing the warrior fairy). Suddenly, Silvermist (Lucy Liu) (playing the Evil Dr. Hurricane), flies into view in her airship and he picks up the evil couple and their associates and presses a button labeled "Death By Monkeys". A huge army of monkeys are released, and they quickly swarm and take down Iridessa before capturing Tinker Bell, Zarina, and Periwinkle and holding them down. Just as Rosetta is about to press the "Death" button to kill the heroes, the sequence ends and goes into Wendy's (Eleanor Worthington Cox) nursery at Bloomsbury, revealing that it was all simply the imagination of a child. A series of home video clips of Wendy is then screened, showing him growing up and spending together with her Pixie Hollow fairies through the years.
The film starts, as usual, with Scrat (Chris Wedge) trying to find some place to store his acorn. Before he can stick it in the ice, he falls through some ice and into what first seems to be a cave. Scrat puts the acorn on a pad that turns on a giant flying saucer. He bursts it out of the ice block it was trapped in and out into space. After hitting the planets like pinball or pool balls, Scrat ends up shot out of the saucer with the acorn. He decides to stick it into an asteroid, naturally causing it to split and send it hurtling toward Earth. The film then arrives in its present setting, roughly about years since the events of the Tinker Bell revival film series. Wendy Darling (America Young) is now a 17-year old, having graduated from high school and is now just three days away from heading off to college. Many of her old fairy friends (notably mentioned by Tink are Bobble, Clank, Fairy Mary, Fairy Gary, and Terence) have been sold in the time that Wendy was growing up, and now just Tink, Zarina, Peri, Blaze, Rosetta, Fawn, Iridessa, Silvermist, Vidia, Queen Clarion (Anjelica Huston), Lord Milori (Timothy Dalton), the season ministers, the Magic 8-Ball, and some Aliens remain having spent the majority of their time in a toy chest. They had failed a long-shot attempt to make Wendy notice them and possibly play with them one last time.
Down on Earth, Manny (Ray Romano) and his daughter, Peaches (Keke Palmer), are playing hockey with a turtle shell. They're joined by Peaches' fiancé, Julian (Adam DeVine), a lovable mammoth. Ellie (Queen Latifah), Manny's wife, and Granny (Wanda Sykes) join them on the ice rink. Julian gives Ellie flowers, which Manny is annoyed with, just like every other thing Julian does, even though everyone else loves him. Julian then gives Manny a giant bear hug, which Manny is very uncomfortable with. Ellie then pulls Peaches away for something private. The fairies worry about their fate... they could be taken to college, given away, stored in the attic or even thrown away. The fairies are reluctant but commit to Tink's idea of them being stored in the attic, though Clarion, Milori, and the ministers quickly abandon them, believing they will get thrown away into the trash instead. Sid (John Leguizamo) is practicing a proposal for another sloth named Francine (Melissa Rauch). He thinks she's his true love, but they only went on one 14-minute date, and she can't stand him. Francine leaves Sid alone with his mariachi band that he prematurely set up. He wipes his tears with a poison ivy leaf. Manny talks to Diego (Denis Leary) over Ellie having been acting weird. Manny asks Diego if Shira (Jennifer Lopez) ever giggles. Diego glances over to his mate, who is ferociously chasing a gazelle. Diego answers that isn't a big giggler. Wendy, however, plans to take Tink to college with her and put the others in the attic, but after helping her sister Victoria (Eleanor Worthington Cox) (who is now a pre-teen) with a box of toys (which includes her Barbie doll (Jodi Benson)) to be donated, he leaves the bag containing her fairies in the hallway and her mother, Mary (Grey DeLisle) accidentally takes them to the curb, thinking it's trash. Tinker Bell goes to save her friends (trying to have Nana help, but he cannot due to the fact that he is very old), but it turns out that the fairies escaped and are hiding in the back of the Darling car, thinking Wendy doesn't want them anymore. Periwinkle soon finds the box of Victoria's toys to be donated to Joyland Nursery Daycare (a floating island – community center hidden above the clouds) and convinces them to be donated there. Tink finds them and tries to explain to the fairies that they were accidentally thrown away, but before she can finish the explanation, Mary closes the back door and drives to Joyland.
Manny finds Ellie and all their other animal friends having organized a party for their anniversary, which Manny totally forgot. Before that can become obvious, fireworks start going off in the sky, which everyone thinks is Manny's gift to her. Around this same time, Diego and Shira watch kids play, and think of their own kids. They end up scaring a young aardvark and a young start. During the party, Julian lets it slip that he and Peaches will be moving away from Manny and Ellie after getting married, even though they believed the two of them would live near them as neighbors. Moments later, a meteor comes falling toward them all. The animals run for cover as a full-blown meteor shower starts coming down. The herd runs into a cave and waits it out. Underground, a family of Dino-Birds, Gavin (Nick Offerman) and his two kids Gertie (Stephanie Beatriz) and Roger (Max Greenfield), swipe an egg from a triceratops. Buck (Simon Pegg) a weasel, swoops down and chases after the dino-birds, retrieving the egg and returning it to its mother. Buck then comes across an old stone pillar that prophecizes a doomsday event, which he takes with him to the surface. The dino-birds decide to follow him and kill him. The herd looks outside the cave and sees everything nearly in total ruins. Buck crawls out of the hole from underground and reunites with his friends while meeting Shira, Granny, Julian, and a grown-up Peaches. Buck pulls out the a Stone Tablet and explains that every few millions of years, Earth gets cleansed by a gigantic asteroid that crashes in the exact same spot, so if they can head to the crash site, they can perhaps figure out a way to stop this asteroid from hitting. They head out.
The gang arrives at Joyland just as the children leave for recess. The Joyland fairies welcome the Pixie fairies with open arms, including the leader of the daycare, Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear (or "Lotso") (Ned Beatty), Big Baby, and a smooth-talking Ken doll (Greg Kinnear), who amazingly has never encountered a Barbie doll before and instantly falls in love with Victoria's who returns his feelings. The fairies are keen on starting a new life at the daycare, except for Tinker Bell, who thinks that the fairies shouldn't turn their back on Wendy so quickly. The fairies think Tink should stay with them at Joyland, but Tink reluctantly leaves without them to find Wendy. She escapes from Joyland using a kite but ends up losing her up-do and transforming into her birth form and getting stuck in a tree. Tink is found and taken home by a little girl from the daycare named Bonnie Anderson (Alyvia Alyn Lind). The dino-birds hear their plan, and Gavin thinks they can avoid it since they can fly and avoid the crash, but Roger calls him out on that being a bad idea, so Gavin berates him like always. Gavin tells Roger he'd be useless if he didn't have his mother's eyes. Roger spots the herd with his great eyesight and they head off. On their way, the herd picks up some rocks that happen to be magnetized. Since Crash (Seann William Scott) and Eddie (Josh Peck) are confused (or just way too dumb to understand), Buck brings them inside his mind to meet Neil deBuck Weasel (Neil deGrasse Tyson), along with Pythagorus Buck and Robo Buck (Simon Pegg) to explain the magnetic attraction of the rocks. The herd figures that if they get enough of these rocks, they can propel the asteroid away from Earth.
Meanwhile, the rest of the fairies are placed in the Golden Chick Room at the daycare and are looking forward to getting played with. However, while the Pixie fairies place themselves at points around the room where they'll be easily noticed, Zarina realizes that the fairies already in the nursery are hiding. Zarina starts to get worried, and her fears turn out to be well founded as the Golden Chick Room is suddenly filled with young toddlers who have no sense of good behavior and play with the fairies very roughly (with Zarina used as a mallet, Periwinkle used as a paintbrush and the aliens used by one child to bounce on, among others). As Scrat continues to get his nut, he uses the ship to cause some trouble on Earth. He pulls the moon around the planet to cause water to rise, which works to let the herd pass through. Then he hits another planet and causes an electric storm. The animals protect each other from the threat. Buck, after escaping the storm hears a baby, and runs inside. He then adopts the baby pumpkin as his own, naming her Bronwyn, even though the herd finds it strange. Bonnie takes Tinker Bell to meet her own toys: Trixie the triceratops (Kristen Schaal), Mr. Pricklepants the hedgehog (Timothy Dalton), Dolly (Bonnie Hunt), Chuckles the Clown (Bud Luckey), Buttercup the unicorn (Jeff Garlin), and Totoro. Tink spends the rest of the day being played with by Bonnie, who takes good care of her toys and plays imaginative games. Manny and Ellie try to get in the way of Peaches and Julian's plan to move away. Manny first plays hockey with Julian, but since the guy isn't very coordinated, Manny accidentally whacks him in the face with the puck and causes him to fall into the icy water. Later, Ellie (with help from Sid, Granny, Crash and Eddie) sets Peaches up with some problems she and Julian could face as parents. Peaches quickly takes care of everything like a champ.
At the same time Zarina, Periwinkle and the gang learn the truth about Lotso the hard way: After the children have gone home, the fairies are left dirty, bent out of shape and quite despondent. Zarina goes to talk to Lotso about transferring them to the Golden Goose Room with the more sensible, older children. However, Lotso only offers a transfer for Zarina herself and so, Zarina is unable to accept. Lotso and his henchmen therefore resort to resetting Zarina into her original, deluded pirate fairy character from the fifth installment (after revealing that they have a library full of pixie dust alchemy instruction manuals). The herd rests for the night. The dino-birds stalk them and send Roger to get Buck. He flies into the cave, but he ends up taking Granny instead. She isn't afraid of the dino-birds, even when Gavin swallows her whole. She drags Gavin around from inside his stomach, trying to get out. Gertie helps her dad cough up Granny. Meanwhile, Fawn, through her eyescope at Wendy's house, discovers that Wendy is actively searching for the fairies and did not mean to throw them away. As they prepare to leave and return to Wendy, they got their talents switched and are captured and imprisoned by Lotso and his gang, including the reset Zarina. In order to make sure the Pixie fairies follow his many rules, Lotso tosses Tinker Bell's hair ribbon that he had been left behind to them and makes them think he somehow killed Tink. He and his henchman then return to their room, leaving Zarina in charge of the prisoners.
Although Tinker Bell enjoys being played with again, she is still desperate to continue her search for Wendy, however, she is stopped by Chuckles who explains to Tink the dangers of Joyland. Chuckles tells Tink that he, Lotso, and Big Baby were once owned by a loving girl named Daisy. However, one day, during a family trip at a rest stop, Daisy fell asleep and her parents took her home, accidentally leaving the toys in the countryside. They eventually returned to Daisy's house, only to find that Daisy's parents bought a new Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear toy for her. Lotso became extremely bitter at this and told Chuckles and Big Baby that they'd all been replaced (when in reality only Lotso had) and forced them to leave. The toys set out on their own (by riding the airplane), and were bumped off over at Joyland where Lotso and Big Baby quickly rose to power, transforming the daycare into a fairy prison, along with Chuckles before he got broken and escaped and was found by Bonnie. Tink quickly realizes that she must save her friends and get back to Wendy before she leaves for college.
The following morning, the fairies feel ashamed for the horrible mistake they made and they only wished now they hadn't left Wendy's home in the first place. They are also shown to be heartbroken over Tinker Bell's apparent death at Lotso's hands. In the morning, the herd notices Granny is missing. They hear her yelling and see that the noise is coming from a crashed asteroid that is filled with thousands of magnetic crystals, called Geotopia. They find Granny getting a massage from a bunny named Teddy (Michael Strahan). The herd is found by a kind sloth named Brooke (Jessie J), who instantly falls for Sid, and he reciprocates. She calls her minicorn squad, Bubbles and Misty (Lilly Singh) to get Sid. Shangri-Llama (Jesse Tyler Ferguson), the leader of Geotopia, makes the herd do some yoga exercises as Buck tries to ask him for help in launching the magnetic crystals up in the air to stop the incoming asteroid. Shangri-Llama refuses since the asteroid crystals are what has kept him, Brooke, and the other animals living in the asteroid young and attractive. At the same time, Tinker Bell returns to Joyland inside Bonnie's backpack to rescue her friends. She sneakily reaches them and they happily greet her, glad to see her alive and well. After they give her her up-do back, they reconcile and quickly formulate an escape plan with the help of the Robo-Phone (Alan Tudyk).
That night, Tink and Vidia sneak through Joyland to the main office, where Robo-Phone informed them that a cymbal-banging monkey known as "The Monkey" monitors the security system throughout the entire daycare to prevent fairies from escaping. A brief fight ensues, ending with the Monkey wrapped in adhesive tape and locked in a filing cabinet. Vidia signals to the other fairies, still locked up by Lotso, and while Rosetta provides a diversion, they make their escape. During the escape, the reset Zarina is captured and held down by the fairies. They attempt to fix her, but accidentally reset her into a deluded Spanish mode. Brooke asks Sid to be her life mate, which he accepts. He wants to give her a nice crystal as a gift, so he picks one out of the wall, which causes the whole asteroid to fall apart and make the animals look like their proper ages, including Brooke. Shangri-Llama angrily chastises Sid. However, when it becomes clear the danger they are in, Brooke rallies the other animals to help the herd plug up the geysers so they can throw the crystals into an active volcano to shoot them into the sky to pull the asteroid off course. As they were working, Buck looked up into the sky to determine the time impact of the asteroid, witnessing that the mammals were ahead of it's timing of colliding with Earth. They make their way out onto the playground, and after several close-calls (not helped that Zarina continually tries to charm Periwinkle romantically), manage to reach the garbage chute. Here, Robo-Phone tells them, is where broken and injured fairies are sent, and is the only way out of Joyland.
Meanwhile, Scrat prepares to head back to earth, activating the ship. Unfortunately, he ends up crashing into the asteroid, causing it to head towards Earth faster. Noticing this, the animals started to work harder with getting the biggest crystal in. However, as the fairies prepare to leap to freedom, they are confronted by Lotso, who had "broken" Robo-Phone into informing him of the escape plan, along with several of his henchmen and offers the fairies a place in his 'family' on the condition that they agree to remain in the Golden Chick Room, however they refuse to be part of any family that Lotso runs. Ken comes to the side of Tinker Bell and the others (due to his love of Barbie), telling the other fairies that Lotso transformed Joyland from a haven for fairies into a prison and put himself in charge. When Lotso tells him that no kid has ever really loved a fairy, Tink brings up the subject of Daisy and reminds Lotso that she didn't throw him out but lost him, and reveals to Big Baby that Lotso was the only one that was replaced. She then throws over a name tag that Big Baby once owned with Daisy's name on it. Big Baby picks up the locket, after being reminded of his former owner and it's clear that he still cares about her. Lotso is infuriated by this and snatches the locket and smashes it with his cane and then starts to get abusive towards Big Baby when he starts to cry. Built up from all the anger of the fairies trying to escape, Lotso tells the stubborn fairies that they a fairy is nothing but trash waiting to be thrown away in hopes of getting it through their heads once and for all. This finally makes Big Baby and the other Joyland toys see Lotso for his evil, bitter self and Big Baby picks up Lotso and throws him in the dumpster. However, when the flying garbage saucer arrives, Lotso drags Tinker Bell into the dumpster with her, and the rest of the Pixie fairies refuse to abandon her and also jump in while Barbie and Ken are forced to remain behind. Having been thrown into the rear of the ship, a small TV falls on Zarina, resetting her to her normal self with no memory of what happened to her.
As they set the plan in motion, the dino-birds swoop in, prevent the animals from getting in the largest crystal by knocking it over in a ditch, and try to kill Buck, but he appeals to Roger and helps him convince Gavin and Gertie to help out so that they can all survive. The dino-birds help pull the biggest crystal toward the volcano, but it is too heavy to push in. The fairies find themselves at the landfill, where the aliens notice a large crane in the distance, reciting one of their catchphrases, "The Claw!", and proceed to venture off toward it. The rest of the fairies, meanwhile, are dumped onto a long conveyor belt of garbage heading towards a set of shredders. Thanks to the space magnetic ceiling over them, they manage to avoid the shredders, including Lotso, who is helped to safety by Tink and Zarina. The conveyor belt then moves upwards, however, sending them toward the central incinerator. Manny tries to do it with Julian, but Julian suggests they let it roll down the hill so that it can eventually roll into the volcano. Lotso notices an emergency shutoff switch at the top of a ladder, and with Tink's and Zarina's help, manages to reach it. However, rather than shutting off the belt, Lotso walks away and leaves them to die. The plan works, but the crystals don't shoot up until Granny plugs up the last geyser. The remaining fairies are dropped into a large chamber, where the shredded garbage is falling in an enormous bowl toward the central incinerator. The fairies seem resigned to their fate, and join hands as they accept their inevitable death. Just then, however, the aliens use the crane's claw to pull them to safety. The asteroid then flies off-course and back into space. The animals celebrate. Lotso, in the meantime, finds himself strapped to the front of another ship by a garbage man, who claims he once had a Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear toy when he was a kid. Sid and Brooke say goodbye to each other, giving each other drawings to remember one another. Granny also decides to stay so she can be with Teddy. After Sid leaves, the Geotopians get into a hot tub, where a crystal falls in. This makes everyone young again, including Granny and Brooke.
Deciding that the attic isn't such a bad place to be sent (when compared to where they've just been), the fairies manage to return to Wendy's room at Bloomsbury undetected (riding a garbage ship), where they pack themselves into a box labeled "Attic" and say goodbye to Tinker Bell wishing her a good time at college with Wendy. However Tink decides she can't allow her friends to be sent to the attic and gets an idea, writing Wendy a note suggesting that she gives the fairies to Bonnie who she knows will play with and take good care of them. Wendy discovers the box, and finds the note Tink left on the top. The rest of the herd gathers for Peaches and Julian's wedding. Manny and Ellie finally accept that their girl will be starting her own family soon. Diego and Shira then tell the same kids they scared earlier the story of how they helped save the world. Brooke arrives at the wedding and reunites with Sid, then sings a song for the party. On the way, they image arriving in Arendelle during its summer season, when the residents celebrate the Winter festival. After passing Wandering Oaken's (Chris Williams) Trading Post, riders board their boats and encounter Olaf (Josh Gad) and Sven as they prepare for the festival ("Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?"). Grand Pabbie (Ciarán Hinds) tells the story of how Anna and Kristoff met; then the boats ascend to find Anna (Kristen Bell), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), Sven and Olaf together and enjoying the winter weather ("For the First Time in Forever"). Riders next see Elsa (Idina Menzel) in her ice palace ("Let It Go"), then Marshmallow (Paul Briggs) and his mini-snowman friends, the Snowgies. Riders return to Arendelle through a cloud of mist and experience a fireworks finale and a send-off from Elsa, Anna and their friends ("In Summer").
Wendy drives the fairies to Bonnie's nursery house, where she pulls them from the box and passes them on to her one by one, explaining their names, personalities, and other traits. Finally, Bonnie looks into the bottom of the box and sees Tinker Bell, who (having decided she didn't want to be separated from her friends) had jumped into the box before leaving the note and leaving Wendy confused about how she'd gotten in there. Wendy picks Tink up before Bonnie can, but then sees the surprised look on her face as well as all of her other old fairies lined up together with her. In one last symbolic gesture, she gives Tink to Bonnie, telling her that they've been through a lot together and she means a lot to her, so she's got to take good care of her. Bonnie gladly accepts, and Wendy joins her in playing with what are now her fairies one last time. Soon, it's time for Wendy to leave, and as she sits in her car and prepares to pull away, she looks back to see Bonnie waving Tinker Bell's hand at her. She smiles, thanks to her fairies for a great life together before. When Bonnie goes inside with her mother (Jennifer Hale), the fairies watch Wendy drive away as they all wish her a final goodbye before Tink starts introducing her friends to the rest of Bonnie's toys. Neil deBuck Weasel then takes us to Mars to show that it was once a hospitable planet. This changes when Scrat shows up and dries the place out, making it uninhabitable. It kills strange mars creatures, one witnessing it all. He gets back in his ship and flees.
The end credits show that life at Joyland is now far happier under the supervision of Ken and Barbie. All of the fairies now rotate their time between the Golden Goose and Chick Room equally, and no fairy is left in the Golden Chick Room too long. Lyria, Clarion, Milori and the season ministers are also seen landing in Joyland and receive a warm welcome from the residents. Ken and Barbie also keep in touch with the fairies living at Bonnie's through letters hidden in her bag, as it is shown that Tinker Bell and the others have fully settled in with Bonnie's other toys and are their new life together. The last scene shows Periwinkle taking advantage of Zarina's Spanish mode as they perform a paso doble.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Tinker Bell's Enchanted Beyond scenes

Pixie Hollow, Never Land; Bloomsbury, London
10 matches: Tinker Bell
8 matches: Rosetta
7 matches: Young Wendy (1)
6 matches: Mrs. Darling (1-3)
5 matches: Periwinkle
3 matches: Zarina
2 matches: Aliens (1)
1 match: Silvermist
The Universe
21 matches: Scrat
2 matches: Neil deBuck Weasel (1)
Wendy's Room/Turtle Hockey/Dumped Sid
11-39 matches: Tinker Bell (1-2)
1-24 matches: Manny
1-23 matches: Sid (1-2)
9-16 matches: Rosetta (1-3)
4-16 matches: Zarina (1-2)
1-14 matches: Peaches
1-11 matches: Julian (1-2)
6-10 matches: Periwinkle (1)
1-9 matches: Iridessa (1)
2-7 matches: Silvermist (1-2)
1-7 matches: DiegoEllieCrash (1-2)
7 matches: Francine (1)
1-6 matches: Eddie
1-5 matches: Fawn
1-4 matches: Vidia (1), Wendy (1)
4 matches: Queen Clarion
1-3 matches: Granny
3 matches: Aliens
1-2 matches: Victoria (1-2)
1 match: Lord Milori, Scribble
The Universe
22-40 matches: Scrat
Thrown Away/To Joyland

The Wedding Anniversary/Meteor Shower
Underground/Joyland/The Tablet
Joyland – The Golden Goose and Chick Room
Planning to Stop the Weasel
The Universe
Traveling to the Crash Site/Rough Playtime
The Electrical Storm/Bonnie
The Rest Stop
Go Talk to Lotso/Stealing Granny
Map Hunt
In the Closet
Locked Up
Chuckles' Past
Morning Routine/Crash Site – Geotopia/Back at Joyland
Our Life
Escape Route/Geotopia Ruins
At the Dumpster/Loading the Volcano
Garbage Ship/Dinos Birds Help
At the Dump/The Plan Works
Traveling Home
Wendy's Room
The Wedding
Frozen Ever After
Bonnie's Nursery
The Universe

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Cat in the Hat script with subtitles

There are gajillions of stories...

of mischief and fun,

but to keep things simple,

let's start with just one...

about a mom and two kids...

and a house and a hat...

that, oddly enough,

was worn by a cat.

But soon enough
we will get to all that.

In the valley that stretches
from this hill to that hill,

a city is nestled...

that city is Anville.

- [Kid] Hurry up!
We'll miss the movie!
- Any more tutti-frutti?

I'll check.

It's a town that's not huge,
but quite big enough...

for buyers and sellers
to sell and buy stuff,

from shoes and shirts...

and elongated ladders...

to sailboats and gibble-grated

berry-juice bladders.

[Horn Honks]

So ourstory begins
at the corner
ofMain and Montroob...

in the spotless
real estate offiice...

run by Hank Humberfloob.

Humberfloob Real Estate. How can
we make yourdreams come true?

[People Chattering]

What do you mean,
you're leaving?

You're a babysitter.
Babysitters don't leave. They sit.

Baby-leavers leave.
I'm sorry. I really
gotta go, Miss Walden.

Well, I need to come home
right away.

All right.
Thank you, Amy.


Attention, everyone!
It's 9:02.

Staff meeting!
Staff meeting!

[All Gasping, Murmuring]
Look alive, everyone.!

First I'd like to
welcome aboard...

our newest member
of the Humberfloob family,

Jim McFlinnagan!

- Mr. Humberfloob,
I wanted to thank you...
- [All Gasping]

I beg your pardon?

B-But l...


One, two, three,
four, fiive, six, seven,
eight, nine, 10!

As you know, tonight is
our bimonthly"meet and greet" party.

Tonight's host is...
Joan Walden.

This is where people can
meet our real estate agents...

in an informal,
yet hygienic setting.

Mr. Humberfloob,
I have to get home to my kids.

Ah, yes.

Your children.

Joan, let me make this
perfectly clear.

If your house
is as messy as last time,

you're fiired!

[Employees Gasping,

That's pretty clear,
Mr. Humberfloob.

Don't worry. I promise.

My kids'll be
on their best behavior.


[Phone Rings]
Humberfloob Real Estate.

How can we make
yourdreams come true?

Please hold.

Lfyou leave Humberfloob's
and turn left onto Main,

three miles down
you'll fiind Lipplapper Lane,

a pleasant-enough street
in a pleasant-enough way...

where a neighbor greeted neighbor
with a neighborly"Hey.!"


Here the hedges were hedged,

the weeds were all weeded,

and lawns were mowed daily,

twice daily ifneeded.

And at the end
ofthis street,

in a house like any other,

something magical
would happen...

to a sisterand her brother.


Shh! Nevins!
Stealth mode.

Today's to-do list.

Number one:
Make to-do list.

Number two:
Practice coloring.

Number three:
Research graduate schools.

Number four:
Be spontaneous.

Number fiive:
Create lasting
childhood memories.

And numbersix:

Amend will.

What is he doing?




Number 10:
Make tomorrow's to-do list.

Ladies and gentlemen!
[Nevins Barking]

your attention, please.

You are about to witness
the third most spectacular stunt...

ever performed
under this roof!

Do you know how hard it's getting
to tell people that we're related?

I'll put everything back.


And now,
for the indoor stair luge!

Indoor stair luge?

I'll have to add this one
to my list.

Go have no fun
somewhere else.

It... is... showtime.!

- [Whimpers]
- [Grunts]



- Aah!
- Yeah!


- [Woman] Oh, my word.!
- [Nevins Barking]


Nevins, come back.!

Hey, Mom. What's up?

You are so lucky
you didn't ruin this dress.

Mom, I know
you're angry,

but there's something
you need to know.

This was all Sally's fault.
Oh, really?

And how, exactly,
was it Sally's fault?

Give me a minute.
I'm workin' on it.

Save it, Conrad.

Why today? Why did you
have to pick today
to destroy the house?

You know
what's happening today.

I tried to tell him, Mom.

"Mom's throwing
a very important party," I said.

"All ofher important
clients will be here."

But he went right ahead
and wrecked the house
and let Nevins get away.

Now, again, I hope
you're going to ground him.

Yes, Sally, for a week, but
that's none of your business.

Come on. Two days.

I asked you to do
one thing today, Conrad...

keep the house

Do you know how frustrating it is
that you're always doing
the exact opposite of what I say?

Knock, knock, knock.

Someone lose a dog?

I found him next door...

in my yard... again.

You are a saint.

And here I thought
you were only dating me
for my good looks.

Lucky us.
Larry Quinn is here.

Hey-a, sport.
Call me Lawrence.

You rescued Nevins!
Thanks, Lawrence!

It was my pleasure, Sally.
Anything for my little princess.

Oh, I don't wanna be a princess.

In a constitutional monarchy
parliament has all the real power.

I see.
Okay, that's great.

Uh, look, pal, be a sport.

Why don't you go
tidy up the living room.

I don't have to listen to you, Larry.

do what Lawrence says.

Have you given some thought
about the Wilhelm Academy?

You mean the Colonel Wilhelm
Military Academy forTroubled Youth?

That's the one, Joan.

I'm not sure
it's right for Conrad.

Oh, Joan, Joan.

Joan, Joan, Joan.

I have so much respect
foryou, Joan.

Single mother, careerwoman,
raising two children on your own,

and still fiinding time
to be the best darned
real estate agent in town.

I know how hard it is, Joan.

It is hard.
Oh... I know.

And I know
how hard you're trying.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime
and you must act now.

The Colonel Wilhelm
Military Academy
forTroubled Youth...

is what we call in the sales game
a win-win scenario.

A top-flight military school,
and it's only... eight hours away.

[Phone Rings]
Oh, the phone.

[Phone Rings]

I heard what you said.

I'm not going to military school, Larry.

Look, buddy,

I know I'm not your dad...

and this is probably
really strange foryou...

your neighbor's
dating your mom.

But here's the thing, son.
Come here.

I don't like you either.

But I'm gonna
marry your mom.

And if it was up to me,
you'd be at military school today.

I'm not going
to military school.

I think you're gonna love it.

It's just like summer camp,

except with brutal forced marches...

and soul-crushing discipline.

And one more thing...
It's Lawrence,
you snot-nosed son of a...

wonderful woman
who I'm absolutely crazy about!
[Grunting] Oww!

Gosh, I love children!

Oh, Joan,
I didn't see you there.

Would you be a doll
and help me bring up chairs
from the basement?

Nothing would give me
more pleasure, Joan,
but I do have to run.

I have a very important
sales conference downtown.

Oh. Okay.

- Well, I'll see you at the party tonight.
- Sure.

Mom, that guy's a total phony.
You can't let Larry...

It's Lawrence, Conrad.
[Doorbell Rings]

Kate's Catering.
I'm here to do your party tonight.

Oh, hi.
Where's Kate?

I'm Kate.
Oh. Okay.

Right this way, Kate.

Mom, you've gotta
listen to me...
[Phone Ringing]

Two weeks ago
you said you would...

[Joan Screams]
I "specialed" it.


[Ringing Continues]
I said quiet!


Joan Walden Real Estate.
Be it ever so humble,
there's no place likeJoan.

This is Mr. Humberfloob.

- Oh, hi, Mr. Humberfloob.
- Joan, I need you to come back to the offiice.

- Today?
- Yes, Joan.

- No problem?
- No problem at all.


- [Gasps]
- What's going on, Mommy?

Mommy has to go
back to the offiice.

Oh! I hope Mrs. Kwan
can babysit.

- Not Mrs. Kwan!
- [Doorbell Rings]

Hi, Mrs. Kwan.

I'm running late.

Thanks for babysitting
on such short notice.
Mmm, yeah.

Okay, Mrs. Kwan.


I'll be back
in a couple ofhours.

Conrad's grounded,
so no video games.

Last chance.

If you wanna make cupcakes,
I can take you to
your friend Ginny's house.

- [Growling]
- Ginny's not my friend anymore.

Last time we made cupcakes
she wanted to be the head chef.

I'm the head chef.

What about Denise, then?

She talked back to me,
so I ordered her
not to speak to me anymore.

- And you don't like bossy?
- I won't tolerate it.


Well, if you're both staying,
remember the rules.

Conrad: No playing ball
in the house, no fiighting,

no answering the phone,
"City morgue."

can't I have some rules?

No chewing tobacco.

Thanks, Mom.
You have my word.

And absolutely no one
sets foot in the living room, or else.

Orelse what?
You're gonna do what Larry said
and send me to military school?

Maybe if you'd just behave,
I wouldn't have to consider military school.

I wish I could trust you.

I wish I had a different mom.

Well, sometimes
I wish the same thing.




Good luck with your meeting.

[Car DoorCloses]


Children, would you like
to watch television with me?

- We don't have to tell your mother.
- [TV: Channel Changing]

- [Speaking Chinese]
- [Yelling]

Taiwanese parliament.
[TV: Yelling, Blows Landing]

You tell them, Kwi-Chang!
No more big government!
[TV: Karate Yells]

Rip his heart out.!

[TV: Blows Landing,

Yelling Continue]



Hit me!

So they slumped in theirchairs,

too glum to complain,

and to make matters worse,
it started to rain.

[Butterfly Yelps]

They sat in the house...

on that cold, cold, wet day...

with no fun to have...

and no games to play.

They couldjust
stare out the window...

or perhaps get a nap in,

and hope that something,

anything might happen.

Quit bothering
the fiish.

I know.
Quit bothering the fiish.

Spit hand!
Oh, gross!

Get that away from me!
Get it away!

[Loud Bump]
Then something went bump.

- What was that?
- [Barks]

How that bump
made themjump.
[Nevins Continues Barking]

[Loud Bumping Continues]
I think it came
from the closet.

[Loud Crash]




Come on, Conrad.



You shouldn't scare people.

You should've seen
the look on your face.
It was like you saw a monster...

A monster? Where?

That could've gone better.
[Wheezing Laugh]

[Both Screaming]


What was that?
[Conrad] I don't know.

Looked like
a humongous cat.


I prefer the term "big-boned" or"jolly."
Now, what are we hiding from?


[Both Screaming]

Thatwas a giant cat.

But that's impossible,
isn't it?

It's entirely

You know,
I like this hiding place
a lot better.

They'll never

fiind us here.

Scream and run.

[Both Screaming]
And there they go.

Who are you?

Who? Me?

Why, I'm the Cat in the Hat.
There's no doubt about that.

I'm a "super-fun-diferous" feline...

who's here to make sure
that you're...

Meeline? Key lime?


I got nothin'.

I'm not so good with the rhyming.
Not really, no.

Look, I'm a cat
that can talk.

That should be enough
foryou people!

I can talk.!
I'm a cat.! Yes.!

Where did you come from?

Hmm, how do I put this?

When a mommy cat and a daddy cat
love each othervery much,

they decide that...

Oh, no, no, no, no.
Where did you come from?

My place!
Where do you think?

No, how did you get here?

I drove!

Look, I've been here two whole minutes,
and no one has offered me a drink.


- Sorry, Mr. Cat.
Would you like some milk?
- Milk? Ecch! No!

Lactose intolerant.
Gums up the works. Oy.

You'll thank me later.

[Wheezing, Chortling]

- [Singer Laughing]
- Hello!

Surf s up!
[Chuckles] Yeah!


Nice spread you got here.


Who is this?


That's my mom.

Awkward, yeah.

Yes, this place will do
quite nicely, actually. Yeah.

Although those drapes
are a train wreck.



And this is the lumpiest couch
I ever sat on.

Who is this dreadfully
uncomfortable woman?

Get offher.
That's our babysitter.

What the... Babysitter?

You don't need one of those,
do ya?

Let me get this straight.

You pay this woman...

to sit on babies?

That's disgusting!

I'd do it for nothing!
[Laughing Loudly]


Now, let's see
what the old "phunometer"
has to say.

- "Phunometer"?
- Yeah. It measures
how fun you are.



[Bell Dings]


Ah. Control freak.

Now you.

Hi. How are ya?

- [Bell Dings]
- Whoa!



Tap it.

Listen, kid,
you can tap it with a hammer,

it ain't gonna change.

Just as I suspected.

You guys are both out of whack.
You're a control freak,
and you're a rule-breaker.

That'll be $700.
Who's your insurance carrier?

- So, what do we do?
- Well, there are two treatments
I'd recommend.

One is a series of painful shots
injected into your abdomen and kneecap.

And the other...

involves a musical number!

@ Me-Me-Me-Meow @

How many shots?

"How many shots?"
Aren't you precious?



@ I know it is wet @

@ And the sun is not sunny @

@ But we can have lots of
good fun that is funny @

[Both Groan]

@ It's fun to have fun @

@ But you got to know how @


- [Vomits, Liquid Splatters]
- [Both Gasp, Groan]

Hair ball.

@ I know lots of good tricks
and I'll... @

Stop this right now.!

- Who said that?
- Me!

Remember? The fiish?

Came home in a Baggie,
loved me for two weeks, and then nothing!

- The fiish is talking!
- Well, sure, he can talk.

But is he saying anything?
No, not really. No.

Hey, Socks, can it.!

This cat should not be here.
He should not be about.

He should not be here
when your mother is out.

Come on, kids!
You gonna listen to him?
He drinks where he pees!


@There was this cat I knew
back home where I was bred @

@ He never listened to
a single thing his mother said @

@¤He never used the litter box
He made a mess in the hall @¤

@That's why they sent him
to a vet @

@To cut offboth his ba... @

ba... ba...

@ Boy, that wasn't
fun, fun, fun @

@ He never learns
You can have fun, fun, fun @
But less is more!

@They may ship you off to school
so rein it in a little @

@ We can't spell "fun"
without "U" in the middle @

Human, this cat is currently in violation

of... 17 ofyour mother's rules.!

City morgue!

- Eighteen!
- [Laughing]

[Crowd Cheering,

- Olé!
- [Bull Growling]



@ You can juggle work and play
but you have to know the way @

@ You can keep afloat a wish
like the way I do this fiish @

@¤ You can be a happy fella
Someone throw me that umbrella @¤

@ And that rake, that cake
Life's what you make it @

@ So have fun, fun, fun @

@ Go insane and have
some fun, fun, fun @

@Just look at me
Fun, fun, fun @

@ No more rain
Look, it's the sun, sun, sun @

@ So can't you see
I'm as happy as a clam
I'm as fiit as a fiiddle @

@ Yeah, the dogs
may bark about you @

@ And the purebred chaps
may doubt you @


Getting motion sickness.!

Milk? Big mistake.

@ But remember this
You can't have fun without "U" @

I can't breathe!


I knew that milk would
come back to haunt me.
Help! Help!

- [Loud Burp]
- [Groaning]



@"U" in the middle @@


[Panting, Chuckling]

- Bravo, Cat.
- Huh?

These children are smart enough
not to fall foryour MTV-style flash...

at the expense of content
and moral values.

That was wicked cool!
Do it again!

I'd love to, but Shamu is right...
I really should be going.

- No, don't go!
- No, I should go.

I should let you and the fiish
have all your fun conjugating verbs,

cleaning your room,
doing long division.

No, you have to stay!

All right, I'll stay.
Oh, yeah!
[Conrad] Yeah.!

But if I'm gonna stay,
there's something I wanna show you.

Something magical...

and full of wonder.

- It's called a contract.
- You want us to sign this?

- Just a formality, really. Yeah.
- Who are they?

Magical time-traveling elves.

Yeah. Magic.

Okay, they're my lawyers.

Liability issues, litigious society,
frivolous lawsuits.

You understand.

Basically, this contract guarantees
you can have all the fun you want...

and nothing bad's
ever gonna happen.

- All the fun we want?
- Uh-yeah!

- Nothing bad will happen?
- Uh-no!

Come on, Sal,
for once in your life
try something spontaneous.

It goes against
my better instincts, but...


Initial here.

And here. And here.

Not here!


Turn it over.

This is nothing.

[Clears Throat]
Scratch this.

Smell that!


Sign the bottom.

[Pencil Scratching On Paper]

You're it!
Okay, gimme fiive!



Let's get this party
started! Uh-huh!

Hey, check out this room!

What now?

Mom says we're not
allowed in the living room
today, or else.

She's worried we'll mess up the couches
byjumpin'on 'em orsomethin;

And she's right.
You can't jump on these.

Not like this.
They need some adjustment.


Let's take a look
under the hood.

[Spits] Yeah.

Just doin' my job.

What have we got here?


Here we go.

It's oversized.
That's unusual.

Here it is.

[Elephant Trumpets]

Down, Simba!
Down, Simba!
Get outta here!

Spray me, would ya?

[Trumpeting Continues]


[Blows Landing]
[Elephant Whimpering]


- [Elephant Trumpets]
- Thanks for the help.

Back in a second.
Who's your couch mechanic?

You oughta call
Mr. Catwrench.

[Grinding, Rumbling]
Oww! My fur!
My fur! My fur!

[Groaning, Shouting]

That oughta do it.



Come on, kids.
I could use a little company.

What about Mom's party?

What about it?
We signed the contract.

[Laughing] Yeah!

One cushion left,

She'll never do it.
She doesn't know
how to have fun.

Fun? Sally,
you're betterthan fun.
Fun is beneath you.

what your mother told you...

No one sets foot
in the living room...
[Conrad Shouting]

You know what?
Let's just watch some flashbacks.

[Voice Slowed Down]
Absolutely no one sets foot
in the living room, or else.

You're fiired... fiired... fiired...

fiired... fiired... fiired...

[Takes Deep Breath]
Fiired... fiired... fiired... fiired...

And that's why...


This is where
they buried my brother.!

[Cat Laughing]

[All Laughing]
Oh, yeah!

This is amazing!
Like being
in the circus!

Yeah, but without
those tortured animals...

or drunken clowns
that have hepatitis.

See, kids, I told you
we could have fun!

[Laughing Continues]
[Conrad] The best thing is,
no one will ever...


Judas Priest!
I can't believe what I'm seeing!

Oh, Mr. Quinn,
I was just telling Conrad
to get off the couch.

Bad, Conrad!


baby, angel, princess,

I'm gonna let you in
on a little secret, okay?

Nobody likes a suck-up!

[Quinn Laughing]

Where's the cat?
I don't know.


Good bread.

What are you two
lookin' at?


Is there a cat in here?

[Sneezing Continues]

I'm gonna...
You're gonna...

I have to...

Get out ofhere.

[Sneezes Twice]

[Both Laughing]

See, kids, I told you.
Stick with me, it'll all work out.

Oh, no! Ohh!

Little-known fact...
cats always land on their tushy.

- I thought they always
landed on their feet.
- Oh, sure, now you tell me.


- So, kiddo, what do you
want to do for fun?
- I wanna make cupcakes!

Cupcakes? Oh, yeah!
To the kitchen!

Live from the kitchen,

the following is
a paid commercial announcement

forAstounding Products.

Hi! Welcome to
Astounding Products.


I'm your host,
the guy in the sweaterwho asks
all the obvious questions.

[Studio Audience

Now, here to tell us
about his astounding product
for making cupcakes,

all the way
from Cheshire, England,
please welcome...

Me! Hello!

Now... Hello!
I'm so excited!

Do you love
making cupcakes,

but hate all
the hard cupcake work?

I know I do!

Well, forget
everything you know
about making cupcakes...

and say hello...

to the amazing Kupkake-inator.

- I'm so excited!
- [Audience Chuckling]


[Cat, Audience]

Oh, this amazing device
can instantly make cupcakes...

out of anything that
you have in the kitchen.

- Wait a minute.
Did you say"anything"?
- Anything.

Yes, anything.


- Anything?
- I'll get you, and it'll look
like a bloody accident.

- [Audience Tittering]
- Anything.

Now, take off the lid.
You can put in, I don't know,
a carton of eggs.

How about
a pack ofhot dogs?

That's incredible!
Why not some ketchup?

Yeah, why not?
How about...
I know what you're thinkin'.

Even a fiire extinguisher.
There we go.


Now, close the lid
and Bob's your flippin' uncle!

What an
astounding product!

[Audience Applauding]
Oh, yeah!

Open the drawer,
[Bell Dings,
Motor Whirring]

Fiill the patented
Kupkake-inator tray,
[Audience Gasping]

- Close the drawer,
- [Audience Continues Gasping]

Then place it
in a conventional oven.

[Audience Laughing,

Delicious cupcakes
are just minutes away.

Did you just say
"minutes away"?

[Host, Audience]
That's impossible!

You're not just wrong,
you're stupid.
Now, wait just a minute...

And you're ugly,
just like your mum.

[Audience Gasping]
Did you just call
my mother ugly?

Shut up! I mean it!
I will end you!

- [Grunts]
- [Audience, Cat Gasping, Groaning]

Um, Cat.
Your tail.

What about it?

Oh, I see! I've chopped it off.
That's interesting, because...

Son of a bi...

"The Girl From Ipanema"]

Look, I'm not saying
we're going to sue.

I'm just saying
we have a case.

We'll talk later.
Lxnay, ixnay.


Cat, is the oven
supposed to be
making that sound?


Of course. That means
they're almost done, Conrack.

- Conrad.
- That's what I said, Condor.

- Cat!
- Now, that's my name!

[Oven Whirring, Rumbling]

[Timer Bell Dings]

They're done!

Oh, man!
There's nothing
to worry about.

I'm sure
they still taste fiine.

They're horrible!

Who wants some?
Come on, come on!

Oh... my... cod.

Ohh! Aah!

Cat, you need to
clean this mess up pronto.

We have a contract.
All right, I'll try.

You don't try. You do.

Yes, ma'am.
Right away, ma'am.

I'll be right back.




How are ya?


Look. I'm a girl.

[Giggling, Purring]

Stop! That's...

Mom's dress!

This fiilthy thing?

She was gonna wear that tonight,
and you ruined it.

Honey, it was ruined
when she bought it.

Mm-hmm. Yeah.

I told you
all this would happen.!

- But no one listens to a fiish!
- Oy.

A dog goes "woof-woof"
and everybody knows that
little Timmy's trapped undera log.

But a fiish speaks
in plain English...

All right, everyone,
let's just take a deep breath
and calm down.

[Inhaling, Exhaling]

You know who's gonna solve it?
Me. I am.

I will personally
take care of everything.

And I know
just the guys to do it.



In this box are two Things.
I will show them to you.

Two Things, and I call them
Thing One and Thing Two.

These Things will not bite you.
They want to have fun.

So without further ado,

meet Thing Two
and Thing One!

[Whooping, Babbling]

@Ta-da @

Oh, yeah!

Thing One, Conrad, Sally.
Conrad, Sally, Thing One.

Thing Two, Conrad, Sally.
Conrad, Sally, Thing Two.

Thing One, Thing Two.
Thing Two, Thing One.
Conrad, Sally. Sally, Conrad.

I am the Cat.
Don't belittle me.

Ah, yes, of course.

Thing Two would like to
clarify that just because
he wears the number two...

does not imply in any way
that he's inferior to Thing One.

And all of the above.

He says you may feel free
to call him Thing "A," if you like.

He will also accept SuperThing,
Thing King, Kid Dynamite,

Chocolate Thun-Da...
or Ben.
[Chuckles] Ben!

[Thing OneJabbering]

Thing One says
he's Thing One for a reason,

and some people
should just get used to it.

It's a Thing thing.
You wouldn't understand.

Okay, enough!

You are quickly turning into
one of my least favorite Things.

Listen, Convex,
you probably don't
wanna do that.

Why not?
It's just a crate.

This isn't just any old crate.

It's the Trans-dimensional

It's kinda like a doorway
which leads from this world
to my world.

But it says,
"Made in the Philippines."

Yes, but not this Philippines.

Look, now,
I'm not usually a rules guy,
but this is a biggie.

No opening the crate.

No lookee, no touchee.
Got it?

Mekka-dekka we should
settle ourdifferences.


Things, front and center.!


All right, Things,
I'm not paying you to
stand around and look pretty.

Here's Mom's dress.

[Thing Cackling]
Oh.! Mommy's dress.!

[BothJabbering, Giggling]

- [Gasp]
- [Gasp]

- What about the couch?
- Which couch?

The clean one,
orthe horribly stained one?

- [Wheezing]
- [Jabbering Continues]


don't worry!


Cat, they're wrecking
the whole house.!


Continues Snoring]

[Jabbering, Giggling Continue]

- Conrad, help!
- Help yourself!

Look at me!
Come and get it!


Whoa! Ooh, yeah! Whoa!

That tickles!


[Jabbering, Grunting]

[Crab Lock]
Mine, mine, mine!
Mine, mine, mine, mine, mine!

Ride 'em, cowboy!
Yee-hee-hee! Ho-ho-ho! Whee!


[Continues Snoring]

If this were my house,
I'd be furious.


Hey! Klondike!

Do you have any idea
what happened to the lock
on this crate?

- It's on Nevins's collar.
- Nevins?

Nevins? Nevins.!

Put the dog down!
I said, put the dog down!

Why won't they
listen to me?

Oh. I don't know if this helps,
but the Things always do
the opposite of what you say.

Why do they always
do the opposite?
That's so annoying!

Remind you of anyone,

[Things Cackling]

Zinga! Zinga!

Blue! 41! Set!
Hut! Hut! Hut! Hut!

Hey, Thing,
don't let go of that dog!

Let go!

[Conrad] Catch him...
I mean, don't catch him.!

[Crab Lock Chuckles]

Well, this is just great, Conrad.

The whole house is destroyed,
the party is ruined,
and now Nevins is gone.

Sally, Kojak,

that's nothing compared
to what's gonna happen
if we don't lock this crate.

Take a look.
It's already leaking.


- It won't stay shut.
- Not without the lock.

Look, if we don't get that lock off of Nevins
and put it back on this crate,

we're gonna be staring down
the business end
of the mother of all messes.

We've gotta go out
and fiind Nevins.

Impossible! Sally!

There's only four hours
till the party.

The Fish is right.
We should call Mom
and tell herwhat happened.

Look at this house!
There's no way we could
explain this to Mom.

We gotta get Nevins back
and lock the crate!

We're staying and calling Mom.

We're going and getting the dog.

[Sinister Voice]
There is a third option.

There is?

Yes. It involves...

@@ [Dramatic Chords]

- That's your option?
- No.

But you guys both had options.
I just wanted to have one too.

Or did I?

- Cat, you're not helping!
- Come on. Let's go get that dog.

Now, wejust need
a heavy, inanimate object
to weigh down this crate.

[Kids Grunting]


There. That oughta
buy us some time.

Come on, kids!
Let's go, go, go!
[Wheezing Laugh]

[Grunting, Sighing]

[Man On TV]
Identical sister Mitzy...

[Man #2 On TV]
That's right.


- [Knocking]
- Yeah!

What do you want now?


You're repossessing my TV?

I'm sure I made a payment.

If it's about that bounced check,
let me give you a credit card.

That one's expired.
Huh? Oh, come on!

[Woman On TVGrunting]

With the lock on his collar,

Nevins kept running,

unaware ofhis part...

in the evil Quinn's cunning.

Joan Walden Real Estate.
Be it ever so humble, there's no...

Oh, hi, Joan.

The kids let the dog
out again.
You're kidding.

Don't worry. I'll go get him,
then we'll have a conversation
vis-a-vis military school.

I don't know.
Conrad's like you, Lawrence.

He's very... sensitive.

But I suppose it's something
I should consider.

I'll get the dog.
I'll be right over.
[Dial Tone Hums]



- [Barking]

- [Conrad]
Okay, there's Nevins.

Stay out of sight.
[Barks, Growls]

@¤@¤[Violin Strings Plucking]

@@ [Plucking Continues]

I thought the moment
needed something.

Oh, what will become of us?

Your motherwill lose her job,

and we'll have to...
live on the street!

I can't! Don't make me go...

I don't know this world.!

It's dry! It's like...
I can't... It's too...

It's too much!

Would you like to go back
in the toilet?

On second thought,
it's such a beautiful day.
Why spend it indoors?

- Thank you!
- [Gasps]

Okay, kids.
Get out of my way.

This fence is no match
for my cat-like grace and reflexes.
Here we go.

[Neck Muscles,
Knuckles Cracking]

Ow. Okay.
Watch me fly, kids.
[Wheezing Laugh]

[Loud Crash]



I don't think
the little girl's even trying.

What about your
cat-like... reflexes?

What about showing a little effort,
shrimp boat? Now, push!


All right, Nevins.

Time to die.

- [Whimpering]
- Cat, you scared him away!

Dirty hoe.

I'm sorry, baby.
I love you. Hmm.

Come on, Cat.!

There he is!

[Children Shouting]

Happy birthday, Denise.


Everyone I know
is there.

There's Ginny and Alan.

How come Denise didn't
invite me to her birthday?

Don't worry. Let'sjust
get Nevins and go.

- [Woman] Okay, kids.
Everyone outside.!
- [Kids Screaming]



Cat, get down!
They're gonna see you!


[Excited Shouting]

Piñata! Piñata! Piñata!

Piñata! Piñata!

Piñata.! Piñata.!
[Nervous Grumbling]

- [Groans]
- Everybody join in!

It's breaking!

Step out of my way.

This cannot end well.

- Piñata! Piñata!
- [Howling]

@¤I'm easy @¤

@¤Ah, ah, ah, ah @¤

@¤I'm easy
like Sunday morning @¤@¤

- [Howling]
- [Both Groaning]

[Howling Continues]

Oh-ho-ho! Whoo!

- Oh.! Whoo-hoo.!
- I got an idea.





Get back!

[Cat Grunts]
I'll get you!

[Phone Rings]

I'd love to buy some.

Hello, Mrs. Kwan.
It'sJoan Walden.

I just called
to check on the kids.
Are they okay?

Those aren't children.

They're little angels.

[All Laughing]

That's sweet.

Well, all right, Mrs. Kwan.
I'll be home as soon as I can.


[Things Babbling]


[Groans, Snores]

[Excited Chortling]

All right, soldier.
Our bogey is in range.

search and destroy.

- What?
- Search and rescue.

I meant search and rescue.
Come on!

I can't believe I wasn't
invited to that party.

You're a lone wolf.

Live alone, die alone.

- Can we please get the dog?
- [Mocking]
Can we please get the dog?

Can we please get the dog?

Oh, no.! Oh, man.!

Hello, Nevins.
Good-bye, Conrad.

Not so tough now,
are you?

[Sinister Laughing]

[Hooting Laugh]

We're dead.
We're never gonna get
that crate shut.

And I'm getting shipped off
to Colonel Von Kronk's School
for Wayward Boys!

Why don't we
take my car?
You have a car?

Yeah, sure.
[CarAlarm Chirps]

[Engine Starts,
Tires Screech]

That is so cool.

That's just
the dust cover.

Here she is, the Super Luxurious
Omnidirectional Whatchamajigger.

Or S.L.O.W. For short.


Yeah, SLOW.
It's better than the last name we had.

Super Hydraulic
Instantaneous Transporter.

- Oh, you mean...
- Ohh! Quick, to the SLOW.

Buckle up, kids.

We're on a mission to get that dog,
and we will not rest
until we fiind and destroy it.

Rescue it!
Rescue it! Of course
I meant rescue it.

Whatever. Remember, kids,
there's nothing faster than SLOW.

That's backwards!
It makes no sense.
Look at you! Argh!

Okay, here we go.
G.P. S... check.

DVD, CD... check.

Someone from Czechoslovakia
is a... Czech.

What are you...


Let's go!


Hi there!
How are you? Yeah!

[Engine Backfiiring]

[All Yelling]

@ I'm sending Conrad away @

- Oh! Oh!
- [Barking]



I can't believe you whizzed
on my taco!

[Barking Continues]

Wait tillJoan
gets a load of you!


- There they are!
- [Fish] Red light, red light,
red light, red light.!

Red light!

[All Screaming]

- Someone else should drive.
- All right. You win.

you drive.
Are you serious?

I don't know.

A little voice inside of me
is saying, "This is a bad idea,"

but I can barely hear
that little voice...

because an even louder
little voice is screaming,
"Let the 12-year-old drive!"

Now, punch it!
[Imitating Engine]


This is awesome.!


- [Retching]
- [Groans]

- I want to drive.
- I think that's a great idea.


Two people can't drive
at the same time.

You're right.
We should all drive.

[Tires Screeching]

- Cat.! Where are the brakes?
- I'll get them.

I think there's something wrong
with your brakes. When's the
last time you had them checked?

Bad brake.!


One-way street, one-way street,
one-way street, one-way street.!

- [Gasping, Screaming]
- [Truck Horn Honking]

Hey, Rhode Island license plate.
You never see those.

[Horn Honking]

Om. Om.

[Loud Clanging]

Air bag. Standard.


I think... I wet... my jar.

Can we do that again?

[Alarm Chirps]

Hey, there he is!

[Conrad] Oh, no.!
He's going into Mom's offiice.!

Come on, Cat!

You know, Nevins,

whenJoan fiinds out
you've escaped again,
Conrad will be moving out,

and I'll be moving in.

[Conrad] We've gotta get
Nevins and that lock back.
[Sally] What are we gonna do?

Don't worry.
I have three plans.

Plan "A": "Mess up
a perfectly clean house."

Done that. Plan "B":
"Cut your losses and ditch the kids."

- That could work.
- What about that one?

Plan "C": "Trick Mom's boyfriend
into handing over dog and lock."

I don't know.
I still like Plan "B."

- [Both] Cat!
- Okay, okay. Plan "C."

Look at you. Argh!

Excuse me, sir.

I'd like you to sign
my petition. Yeah.

Get out of my way,
you hippie freak.

Are you aware of the senseless,
wholesale slaughter...

of the flatulating,
acid-spitting Zumzizeroo?

What will it take
to get you out of my face?

Just sign my petition...

with this large, oversized pen
that requires two hands.

I see.

[Loud Click]

- Will you hold my dog?
- Yes!

Okay, I have a problem
with the word "dog."

I don't use the "D" word per se
'cause I think it's really, really wrong.

Yeah. But I will happily
hold yourCanine-American.

- I'm more comfortable
with that really, yeah.
- [Giggling]

@ How much is that Canine-American
in the window @

Cat! Come on!

- [Nevins Barking]
- Hey, what the...

[Cat] Go, go, go.!
Come back here!
I'm on to you kids!

- Nothing to see here.
Keep moving! Go!
- [Panting]

[Whistle Blows]
Come on! Let's go.
Ah, get in, get in!

Come on, let's go.
Get in! Hi, hi.
Get in! Get in!

Look out below!

Oh! Sorry. Over there.

Hey! Hey, hey!
Hey, hey!

[Feet Screeching]


I got you!

Here he comes!


- [Woman Screams]
- Where's my hat? Oh! Go! Go, go!

Go! Let's go!
My tail, my tail.

Come on, Cat!
I'm walking here!

[Angry Whimpering]
[Horn Honking]

Joan. Joan!

- I think we lost him.
- Not the pocket. Not the pocket!

- We got the lock back.
Now let's get home.
- Relax, kid. I'm all over it.

[Wheezing Laugh]

What's wrong?

This is not my hat.
I must have picked up
the wrong hat back there.

- So?
- So...

without my hat,
I'm just your garden-variety
six-foot-tall talking cat.

Joan, yourchildren
are running around town
like complete maniacs.

Yes, they are.
With some weird,
hairy man in a big hat.


You're gonna believe everything
I'm telling you once we get to
your house, okay? Come on.

We're doomed!

We're dead. This is all my fault.
I'm such an idiot.

Why do I always have to do
the opposite of what I'm supposed to?

Wait a second.
That's it! The opposite!

Hey, Things!
Don't help us!

Do not show up and help us
get home right now!

- We're goin' on a road trip!
- Larry's car?

How'd you get so smart?

So the race was on
to get back home fiirst.

Hang on! We gotta beat
Mom and Quinn home!

But back at their home,

things werejust getting worse.

There's Mom and Larry!

Step on it, Joan.
Go, go, go, go, go.

Oh, Things, do not do anything
to slow down my mom.

Slow down Mom.!



Look, Joan, they don't
beat them every day.

[Siren Wailing]
Oh, great.

[Siren Continues]

[Clears Throat]
I'm sorry, Offiicer.
Was I speeding?

Mekka dekka license,
appa registration.

Mekka dekka,
you're one hot mama.

Hey, that's my car.
Joan, we better go right away!

Please let me handle this.

Sorry, I guess I was
in a hurry to get home.

- I'm not gonna let them
get away with this!
- [Babbling]


[Siren Wailing]

Meet me at the house!

Not so fast,
you little maggots!

Oh, you are so busted.
Now get inside.

You don't want to go in there.
It's going to be a total...

Sally, what happened?

What about the mother
ofall messes?
I don't know.

Why am I sneezing?

That'd be me. Boo!

You're a giant...



Judas Priest!

Mama mia.

What happened
to our house?

It's the mother
of all messes.

Pure, unadulterated fun
without any good sense or judgment.

See, Corn Dog,
this is why I warned you...

not to open the crate.

- [Birds Honking]
- Although, on the plus side,

I think people will be
talking about tonight's party
for the rest of their lives.

- [Nevins Whines]
- [Groans]

- We gotta shut the crate! Come on!
- Okay.

[Cat Chuckling]

Let's take the front hall carpet.

- This can't be the front hall.
- This is what happens when you
mix yourworld and my world.

Oh, and when you eat
bad shellfiish.

Let's go! Oh, yeah!

Cat, how do we
fiind the crate?
Beats me.

This hat is worthless,
and it makes me look fat.

- Where's Mrs. Kwan?
- Oh-ho-ho!

Here she comes,
right on schedule.

- Oh, yeah!
- We're going to ride Mrs. Kwan?

Sure.! It's the only way
to the crate. Hop on.!

Oh, this is gonna be good!

Please keep your hands and feet
in the Kwan at all times!

Enjoy the ride!

Ladies and gentlemen,

the dining room. Ohh.!

This is the dining room?
[Clock Cuckooing]

Hey, look.



Is that the bathroom?

You might want to
hold it for a while.

Something like that
really burns my...


This is amazing!
It's like a ride
at an amusement park!

You mean, like at...
Universal Studios.



[All Screaming]

- [Cat] Whoa!
- [Grumbling]

Please exit the Kwan to your left.
Have a nice day!

This is ridiculous.
I have to get home.

Police brutality!
Illegal choke hold!

Where are we?
The living room,
I think.

Ah, man!
My eyes are closed.

If there's no line, could we
go back and do that again?
There's the crate!


If we shut the crate,
the house will go back to normal.

You have the lock?

Got it!
Come on! Let's go!

[Both Grunting]

- Come on!
- It won't shut!

Sally! Everything
is disappearing up there!

- Help!
- Sally!

- Oh! Oh!
- Sal... Aaah!

- Help me, Conrad!
- Sally!

Help me!
I can't hold on!

Hang on!
Help me, Conrad!

Sally, I can't reach
the lock!

- No!
- I can't save you
unless you let go!


Help me!

- [Lock] Yes!
- [Screaming]

[Crashing, Groaning]
[Birds Chirping]



I did it!
I did it!

I did it.! I did it.!

I did it.!

I did it! I did it!

Okay, "we" did it.

I don't think
we did anything.

The place is still a wreck.
You said if we shut the crate,
everything would be okay!

But it's not.
It's a complete disaster!

Well, what are you
gonna do?

Tennis, anyone?

[Metal Popping]

[Balls Rolling]


Love that new ball smell.

- Hey, your hat... it's magic again?
- Oops.

Well, now that the cat's out of the bag,
to use an archaic
and cruel-sounding metaphor,

why don't you serve fiirst?

You had your real hat
this whole time?

I planned the whole day.
[Wheezing Laugh]

- What do you mean,
you planned the whole day? All of it?
- Uh-yup.

- The house getting trashed?
- Uh-yup.

- Quinn taking Nevins?
- Uh-yup.

- Cutting off your tail?
- Uh-nope. No.

You even knew
I'd open the crate?

Why do you think I made it my one rule?
I knew you couldn't resist.

Now, who's up for a game
of Canadian doubles?

[Loud Crashing]

Cat, you said nothing bad
would happen.

Cat, you need to get out.

I don't know that game.
It's not a game.

None of this is a game!

- But I thought you two
wanted to have fun today.
- Look around, Cat.

You were right.
It's fun to have fun,
but you have to know how.

You don't know
when enough is enough.
Now, go!







Good riddance!

Now, this may not be the time
for"I told you so," but...

Like I said,
not the time.

I'll get the mop
and bucket.

Conrad, you might want
to get out ofhere until Mom
has a chance to calm down.

No. This was my fault.
I'll take the blame.

Look, Mom will be home any second.
Why don't you go upstairs?

I'm not going upstairs.
I'm staying with you.

Really? Why?
Two reasons.

One, the stairs are destroyed.

Two, this is just as much
my fault as yours.

We should share the blame.

Thanks, Sally.

By the way,

you're a pretty good brother.

Glad you think that.
Maybe we can room together
at military school.

Well, here goes.


@ Bet you thought I'd gone
Bet you felt a sting @

@¤Bet you neverthought
I'd have anothersong to sing @¤

@ But now that you've learned your lesson
Allow me to blow your mind @

@ By reading to you the small print
of the contract that you signed @@

Okay, section eight,
article 93, subparagraph 834.

Right by the chili stain.

It reads, "If Conrad, a.k.a. Concrete,
should open the crate...

"and we know he will...
the contract shall be null and void.


if Sally and Conrad
should learn from their mistakes,
the contract shall be reinstated."

I think you two have satisfiied
the legal burden oflearning.


So there's just one last game to play.
It's called "Clean Up The House."

Kids, meet the Dynamic Industrial
Renovating Tractormajigger.


That's right!

@¤It's getting better
all the time @¤

@¤I used to get mad
at my school @¤

@¤ The teachers who taught me

weren't cool @¤

@¤ You're holding me down @¤

@¤ Turning me 'round @¤

@¤Filling me up
with your rules @¤
@¤Ooh-ooh @¤

@¤I've got to admit
it's getting better@¤

@¤A little better
all the time @¤

@¤It can't get no worse @¤

@¤I have to admit
it's getting better@¤

@¤A little better
since you've been mine @¤

- [Cat Chortling]

- Hee-hee!

@¤Me used to be
an angry young man @¤

@¤Me hiding my head
in the sand @¤

[Horn Honks]
@¤ You gave me the word

I fiinally heard @¤

@¤I'm doing the best
that I can,yeah @¤

@¤I've got to admit
it's getting better@¤


@¤A little better
all the time @¤

@¤Can't get no worse @¤

@¤I have to admit
it's getting better@¤


@¤It's getting better@¤

@¤Since you've been mine @¤
Oh, yeah!

@¤Getting so much better@¤
These drapes are so out,

@¤All the time @¤
they're in!

@¤It's getting better

all the time @¤
[Chortling] Yeah!

- @¤Better, better, better@¤
- Spin! Spin!

@¤It's getting better
all the time @¤

@¤Better, better, better@¤


Ooh! Ooh!

@¤I have to admit
it's getting better@¤

@¤A little better
all the time @¤

@¤It can't get no worse @¤
@¤ Yes, I admit
it's getting better@¤

- @¤It's getting better@¤
- Bye!

@¤Since you've been mine @¤

@¤Getting so much better
all the time @¤@¤

Okay, we had some good times.

We cleaned up the house.

We even managed to work in
an up-tempo pop tune for the sound track.

That's important.

I guess there's just one
last thing to check.




Looks like everything's
in balance,

but you're still smoking
way too many cigars.

- And you... lay offthe sauce.!
- [Chuckles]


this day has been...

Thank you, Cat.

For everything.




- [Sally]
- Cat!

- Huh?
- Wait, Cat.
- Don't go!




All right, kids.
This place better not be a mess.

I'm... home?

Hi, Mom.
Hi, Mom.

Miss Walden, home so soon?
The children were angels.

- Thanks, Mrs. Kwan.
- Hello, Joan.

Lawrence, what happened to you?

They... happened to me.

Your demonic children.

They destroyed your house.!


The house was alive.
The wall was made ofpaper.

I fell off the cliff.
And the giant cat...

The giant cat!

Tell her.

Larry, Larry.

You look terrible,

and my mom
thinks you're insane.

This is what we in sales
call "a win-win scenario."

Joan, you are passing up
the opportunity of a lifetime.

You know what kind ofkid
your boy is.

I mean, who are you
going to believe?

You're right. I do know
what kind ofkid Conrad is.

He can be irresponsible.

He makes bad choices.

Sometimes he makes me
want to tear my hair out.
Yes! Yes! Yes!

But he's a good kid,
and I believe in him.

Now, I'd like you
to leave.

Wha... Joan. Joan.

Joan. Joan.

Oh, Joan, Joan, Joan!



- Will you marry me, Joan?
- [Groans]

Oh, Joan, Joan,
Joan, Joan.



[Both Laughing]


Oh, that's nice.

[People Chattering]

Mr. Humberfloob?

Almost got me again.
Enjoy the party.

Mr. Humberfloob.
Joan, the party's a hit
and the house is immaculate.


Miss Walden. Uh, Miss Walden.

Chicka-ow, chicka-ow,
Hi, Mom!

Honey, yourcupcakes
are a huge hit.
What did you put in them?

Mom, you can make cupcakes
out of anything.

Are you telling me
you can make cupcakes
out ofanything?

- Anything.
- Anything?

So what did you kids
do today, huh?


Well, what would you do
ifyour motherasked you?

The family was whole,
all thanks to the Cat,

who was dashing and charming,
no doubt about that.

He was witty and cultured...

and, well, very endearing...

and tremendously attractive,

but in a sort of real way.

You know, kind of
an approachable way that I think
you don't see these days...

[Normal Voice]
Oh! Hello! I was just, uh...

I really should be going.

How'd they get so smart?


[All Laughing]
Oh, yeah!



Come on, Things!
Let's go!

What's on my schedule
for tomorrow?

What do you say
we go on vacation?

How 'bout Hawaii?
I like Hawaii.

I should warn you,
there are certain places that
don't allow certain Things.

Oh, Things are complicated.

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@¤ Things are getting weird

Things are getting tough @¤

@¤Nothing's making sense
but you keep on looking up @¤

@¤ They tell you to be true
You're trying every day @¤

@¤ To keep it on the real

Still you gotta fiind a way @¤

@¤ To make your mama happy
To make your papa proud @¤

@¤ You wanna turn it up
but all you hear is "tone it down"@¤

@¤So gather'round

I'm here to say @¤

@¤ You'll never make everybody's day @¤

@¤But while you're around
you might as well @¤

@¤Catch the tiger by its tail @¤

@¤And hang on
hang on, hang on @¤

@¤Everybodyjust get on
get on, get on @¤

@¤Get started
and go on, go on, go on @¤

@¤Everybodyjust hold on @¤

@¤Sometimes I wanna cry
orthrow the towel in @¤

@¤ You try to bring me down
but I'll take it on the chin @¤

@¤And everywhere I go
the people are the same @¤

@¤ Theyjust want to know
that everything will be okay @¤

@¤ When things are getting rough
they turn it back around @¤

@¤ You gotta turn it up
when they tell you "tone it down"@¤

@¤So gather'round
I'm here to say @¤

@¤ You'll never make everybody's day @¤

@¤But while you're around
you might as well @¤

@¤Catch the tiger by its tail @¤

@¤And hang on
hang on, hang on @¤

get on, get on, get on @¤

@¤Get started
and go on, go on, go on @¤

@¤Everybodyjust hold on @¤

@¤Just hang on @¤

@¤So gather'round
I'm here to say @¤

@¤ You'll never make everybody's day @¤

@¤But while you're around
you might as well @¤

@¤Catch a tiger by its tail @¤

@¤And hang on
hang on, hang on @¤

get on, get on, get on @¤

@¤Get started
and go on, go on, go on @¤

@¤Everybodyjust hold on @¤

@¤Hang on, hang on, hang on @¤

get on, get on, get on @¤

@¤Get started
and go on, go on, go on @¤

@¤Everybodyjust hold on @¤

@¤Just hang on @¤@¤