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MARTY: Come on.
Just imagine going back to nature.
Back to your roots. Clean air, wide-open spaces!
I hear there's wide-open spaces in Connecticut.
MELMAN: You got to go over to Grand Central. Then you got to take the Metro-North train. North?
MARTY: So one could take the train? Just hypothetically.
ALEX: Come on. What would Connecticut have to offer us?
MELMAN: Lyme disease.
ALEX: Thank you, Melman.
MARTY: No, I just want.
ALEX: There's none of this in the wild. This is a highly refined type of food thing that you do not find in the wild.
MARTY: You ever thought there might be more to life than steak, Alex?
ALEX: He didn't mean that, baby. No, no, no.
MARTY: Doesn't it bother you guys that you don't
know anything about life outside this zoo?
ALEX: Well, I mean, come on. That's just one subject. You got a little schmutz right there on your.
MARTY: Thanks, guys. Thanks for the party. It was great. Really.
MELMAN: What's eating him?
GLORIA: Maybe you should talk to him. Go over and give him a little pep talk.
ALEX: Hey, I already gave him a snow globe. I can't top that.
MELMAN: I can see where this is going. It is getting late. I guess I'm going to.
GLORIA: Come on. He's your best friend.
ALEX: All right, all right. Okay.
GLORIA: Night, Marty.
MARTY: Night, Glo.
ALEX: What a day. I mean, I tell you, it just doesn't get any better than this, you know? It just did. Even the star's out. Not going to find a star like that in the wild.
ALEX: Marty. Buddy. Listen. Everybody has days when they
think the grass might be greener somewhere else.
MARTY: Alex. Look at me. I'm ten years old. My life is half over. And I don't even know if I'm black with white stripes or white with black stripes.
ALEX: Marty. I'm thinking of a song.
MARTY: Alex. Please. Not now.
ALEX: Oh, yes. It's a wonderful song. I think you're familiar with it.
MARTY: Oh, no. Oh, no, you don't. No, no, no. I'm not listening.
ALEX: Start spreadin' the news.
MARTY: I don't know you.
ALEX: I'm leaving today. We are a great big part of it.
MARTY: He's funny. Who is that?
ALEX: Come on. You know you know the words. Two little words.
MARTY: New York.
BOTH: New York
ZOO ANIMAL: Shut up, shut up, shut up! Hey, I'm sleeping here! We're not all nocturnal, you know!
MARTY: I'll knock your turnal right off, pal.
HOWARD: Yeah, you and what army, stripes?
ALEX: You mess with him, you mess with me, Howard.
HOWARD: You're a bigmouth lion.
ALEX: See? Mr Grumpy Stripes.
We make a great team,
the two of us.
MARTY: We sure do. No doubt about it.
ALEX: So, what are you going to do? Go running off to the wild by yourself?
MARTY: You and me. Let's go.
MARTY: The wild. Come on. You and me together. It's a straight shot down Fifth Avenue to Grand Central. We'll grab a train, we'll head north. We can be back by morning. No one will ever know.
ALEX: You're joking. Right?
MARTY: Yeah. I'm joking. Of course I'm joking. Give me a break. Like we're going to get a train.
ALEX: Don't do that. You really had me worried there.
MARTY: Oh, well. I guess I'll hit the sack.
ALEX: Yeah, me too. I'll need to rest my voice for tomorrow. It's Seniors' Day, you know. Have to roar extra loud. Give them a little jolt. You know?
MARTY: Good night, AllyAl.
ALEX: They forgot to turn off the ambience again.
MARTY: Don't worry. It's cool. You know, I got it.
ALEX: Much better. Come on, now, baby. My little filet. My little filet mignon with a little fat around the edges. I like that. I like a little fat on my steak. My sweet, juicy steak. You are a rare delicacy.
MELMAN: Alex. Alex. Alex!
ALEX: What? What?
You suck your thumb?
ALEX: What is it, Melman?
MELMAN: You know how I have that bladder infection and I have to get up every two hours? I got up to pee and looked over at Marty's pen, which I usually don't do. I don't know why, but I did. And.
ALEX: What? What's going on?
MELMAN: It's Marty. He's gone.
ALEX: Gone! What do you mean, gone?
MELMAN: How long has he been working on this? Marty! Marty!
GLORIA: He wouldn't fit down there.
ALEX: Marty? Marty! Marty!
GLORIA: This doesn't make any sense. Where would he go?
GLORIA: He wouldn't.
MELMAN: Oh, no! What are we going to do? I mean, we got to call somebody!
Get me Missing Animals.
And hurry. We've got a lost zebra probably on the way to Connecticut, and we need.
POLICEMAN: Hello? Hello?
ALEX: Wait a second. We can't call the people.
POLICEMAN: What the?
ALEX: They'll be really mad. It'll get Marty transferred for good. Don't bite the hand that feeds you.
GLORIA: I know that's right.
ALEX: We got to go after him.
MELMAN: Go after him?
ALEX: He's not thinking straight. Let's
stop him from making the biggest mistake of his life.
He's probably out there lost and cold, confused. Poor little guy.
GLORIA: Come on.
MELMAN: One of us should wait here in case he comes back.
GLORIA: Not now. This is an intervention. We all got to go.
What's the fastest way to Grand Central?
MELMAN: You should take Lexington.
MELMAN: Okay. We. We should take Lexington.
ALEX: What about Park?
MELMAN: No, Park goes two ways. You can't time the lights.
MASON: I heard Tom Wolfe is speaking at Lincoln Centre. Well, of course we're going to throw poo at him.
ALEX: We should've taken Park. You sure this is the fastest way to Grand Central Station?
GLORIA: I don't know! That's what Melman said.
MELMAN: Hey. Hey, you, guys. That room has some nifty little sinks you can wash up in, and look! Free mints!
ALEX: This isn't a field trip. This is an urgent mission to save Marty from throwing his life away. Now, where's the train?
MELMAN: Here it comes.
GLORIA: What did Marty say to you? I asked you to talk to him.
ALEX: I did! I did! I don't understand. He said: Let's go. I said: Are you crazy? He says: I'm ten years old. And he has black-and-white stripes,
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Watch songs from original soundtrack and other parts of movie
I Like To Move It, Move It
What A Wonderful World
2 spaces in Connecticut
3 a zoo transfer
4 out of this
5 where the people are
6 to the fun side
7 like a king
8 back to New York