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The Secret of NIMH part 2 Jeremy go home now

Pictures and full quotes JEREMY: Hey, Miss Mouse, don't worry, I'm ok. See? I'm alright. MRS. BRISBY: That's not the reason I'm crying. I lost Timmy's medicine. JEREMY: Aw, don't cry. I hate to see a woman cryI hate to see a woman cry. Hey! Was I great, or was I great? Did you see that cat out there? All dripping, and... and wet... with water... MRS. BRISBY: I'll go back to Mr. Ages tommorow, and... JEREMY: You weren't so bad yourself. Hey, we make a pretty good team! Oh, here, you dropped this back there. Nobody messes with ol' Jeremy, boy. Nobody! MRS. BRISBY: That's it! Timmy's medicine! Oh, thank you! Thank you so much! JEREMY: Huh? It i... what? It is? I mean, it is. Well, I saw it lying there, and I said... My name is JeremyMy name is Jeremy. MRS. BRISBY: I'm Mrs. Brisby. Thanks again! I have to go home nowI have to go home now. JEREMY: Uh, where's home? MRS. BRISBY: In the garden patch, by the stone. JEREMY: Do you like me? MRS. BRISBY: Of course I like you! Bye now. JEREMY: No! I mean you don't think I'm clumsy or anything? Oh... sorry. Excuse me, pardon me. MRS. BRISBY: Oh. Well, if you're going to feather a nest you've got a lot to learn about how to treat a ladyyou've got a lot to learn about how to treat a lady! JEREMY: Right. When you're right, you're right. And you're right. None of the girls I meet want to get serious! MRS. BRISBY: I doubt they'd survive. JEREMY: Huh? Maybe it's my approach. Say! You were a girl once! You could teach me how to... you know, how to... MRS. BRISBY: Behave yourself? JEREMY: I'm not that bad! I just need a few pointers to polish my style. MRS. BRISBY: Jeremy, I have got to go home! JEREMY: Well let me... Let me fly you home! We can talk on the way! MRS. BRISBY: Oh, no thank you. I'm afraid of heights. JEREMY: OK, then we'll walk. MRS. BRISBY: Bye now. JEREMY: I think I got real potential I mean, girls go for the athletic type, don't they? MRS. BRISBY: Jeremy, you're stepping on my tail. JEREMY: Excuse me, pardon me... MARTIN: Maybe I should go look for Mom. TERESA: I don't think so, Martin. AUNTIE SHREW: Brisby! Briiiiiisby! TERESA: Oh! Auntie Shrew! CYNTHIA: Oh Auntie! MARTIN: Oh no... TERESA: She'll wake up Timothy! She's not here MARTIN: Why is she always coming around here, poking her nose in where she's not wanted? TERESA: Martin! AUNTIE SHREW: Thank you child. I must speak with your mother. Your Auntie is exhaustedYour Auntie is exhausted! Why me? That I alone should be responsible for the welfare of the entire field is monstrous! Brisby! TERESA: Mother isn't here CYNTHIA: Auntie Shrew, Timmy's sick! AUNTIE SHREW: Cynthia dearest, don't pull meCynthia dearest, don't pull me. She's not here? She left you children alone then? MARTIN: I'm old enough. AUNTIE SHREW: ...rats in the field up to heaven knows what sort of mischief... Cynthia dear, don't fidgit! You're so like your mother! MARTIN: I ain't scared of nuthin! TERESA: She went to see Mr. Ages. AUNTIE SHREW: To Ages? That old flim-flam! Whatever for? CYNTHIA: Auntie Shrew, Timmy's sick! AUNTIE SHREW: Patience, my pet. Why to Ages? CYNTHIA: Timmy's sick! TERESA: Timothy is very ill. AUNTIE SHREW: Timmy ill? How dreadful! MARTIN: I'm not afraid of the dark! I'm not afraid of the farmer! AUNTIE SHREW: I can't hear! MARTIN: I'm not even scared of Dragon. I'm not even afraid of the Great Owl! AUNTIE SHREW: Will you hush up? MARTIN: Aw, you hush up! TERESA: Martin! AUNTIE SHREW: Precocious monster! MARTIN: Bossing bullfrog! AUNTIE SHREW: Spoiled brat! MARTIN: Loudmouth! AUNTIE SHREW: That will be quite enough, thank you! Cast not pearls before swine, I always say and that includes impudent piglets! Good day! Oh! You impertinent little... MRS. BRISBY: Martin! Auntie Shrew, what's going on? AUNTIE SHREW: Indeed! MRS. BRISBY: Please, come back inside. AUNTIE SHREW: Not for a king's ransom! I have just one thing to say: That child is a brat! MRS. BRISBY: Yes, I will speak to him. AUNTIE SHREW: I came here to inform you that the frost is off the ground and Moving Day is at hand. Prepare to move your very very odd family. Good day. You never know what might be lurking about out here what with rats and... MRS. BRISBY: Well, children, now you've done it. TERESA: It was Martin. MRS. BRISBY: The Shrew means well. She only wants to help. MARTIN: Gosh, I'm sorry, Mom.
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The Secret of NIMH (1982)
The Secret of NIMH (1982)
  2 Jeremy go home now
2 Jeremy go home now
  3 get to the Great Owl
3 get to the Great Owl
  4 who's good with kids
4 who's good with kids
 
5 we have a Plan
5 we have a Plan
  6 move your house
6 move your house
  7 into the farmhouse
7 into the farmhouse
  8 line around the stone
8 line around the stone