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Lilo and Stitch 2 part 2 think maybe I can win

Pictures and full quotes ALEKA: Yay! MERTLE: Hey, Lilo. Maybe your dog can take a picture of me when I win the competition. LILO: How do you know you'll win? MERTLE: It's pretty well known that I'm the best dancer in the seven-year-old divisionIt's pretty well known that I'm the best dancer in the seven-year-old division. LILO: I don't know. I think maybe I can winI think maybe I can win. MERTLE: Hello? You're a stinky dancer, and anything you come up with will be stinky. LILO: Oh! STITCH: Uh-uh. MERTLE: You'll never be like your mom. Never. STITCH: Okay. LILO: That's it! STITCH: Smile. KUMU: As you can see, there was a little disagreement, againAs you can see, there was a little disagreement, again. NANI: Ai-ya. LILO: Next time, flush the evidence. STITCH: Ka-shush. NANI: Why don't you come inside, Kumu? Excuse the mess. KUMU: Ooh-we. NANI: We have a full house. Make yourself at home, Kumu. I just made some lemonade. PLEAKLEY: Wha... NANI: Hey! PLEAKLEY: Nani, we're out of lemonade. NANI: Pleakley, I just made that. JUMBA: Nani. You have to come to lab and see my new invention. NANI: I just mopped in hereI just mopped in here! JUMBA: It will improve your primitive earthly life. PLEAKLEY: Speaking of improving your life, I've just been reading this article called Ten Days To A Slimmer You. Full of wonderful suggestions. NANI: Guys, I don't have time for this. We have a guest. JUMBA: A guest? Well, let's go meet him. NANI: Let's not. Lilo's in enough trouble. BOTH: Trouble? NANI: Well, all out of lemonade. Anyway, I know my sister is very sorry and didn't mean itI know my sister is very sorry and didn't mean it. LILO: Very sorry. NANI: See? LILO: But I did mean it. NANI: Lilo? LILO: Next time, Mertle Edmonds is going down. She's going way down. NANI: No more pro wrestling for you. PLEAKLEY: Where is she? Where is she? STITCH: Wow. KUMU: Ai-kapulu. PLEAKLEY: There's our precious angel, who must be the victim of a misunderstanding. NANI: Oh, no, no. JUMBA: Where is she? NANI: Jumba. What are you doing? JUMBA: Don't worry. The cavalry has arrived. There she is. NANI: No, no, no, no. JUMBA: Somebody give this kid gold star, she's so good. PLEAKLEY: I don't believe we've metI don't believe we've met. This is Uncle Jumba and I'm Auntie Pleakley. Enchante. NANI: On second thought, Kumu, we should talk outside. PLEAKLEY: It's not polite to interrupt your auntie. DAVID: Knock, knock. NANI: David. DAVID: How's it, everybody? NANI: You remember my Auntie Pleakley and Uncle Jumba, right? DAVID: Uh... NANI: Say something. DAVID: Uh! Nice hat. PLEAKLEY: Why, thank you, David. See? Uncle Jumba said it made me look top-heavy. JUMBA: Aunt Pleakley wanted the truth. PLEAKLEY: What we want and what we need are entirely different thingsWhat we want and what we need are entirely different things. It's true what they say. Men are from Mars, and women are from Venus. DAVID: Nani. NANI: Yeah? Uh-huh? DAVID: You've been stressing, so I got movie tickets. NANI: Movie? David, I would love to, really, but I'm gonna have to rain check. DAVID: That's okay. I understand. NANI: Great. Thanks for understanding. PLEAKLEY: I dare you to say that's not flattering, even on him. NANI: Okay, I'm sure that Kumu isn't interested in this. JUMBA: Nice to be meeting you. PLEAKLEY: Au revoir. JUMBA: Bye-bye, boy. Good thing we were hereBye-bye, boy. Good thing we were here. PLEAKLEY: I'm not talking to you. NANI: Ha-ha! Sorry about the relatives, Kumu. LILO: Yeah, sorry. Thanks for coming. See ya at the competition. KUMU: Lilo? I know you want to be in the competition, but your behavior today makes me think you're not ready. LILO: No. I'm ready. It's just. Mertle pushed my buttons. I'll be good. I mean it. KUMU: I hope so. If there's any more trouble, you won't be allowed in the competition. LILO: I promise. There won't be any trouble. I promise, promise. I triple promise. KUMU: Okay, then. LILO: Thank you, Kumu. You don't have to worry. I've seen the error of my ways. I will be good from now on and be the best hula dancer ever. You'll see. I can do it. There's no way I can do this. Just because my mom was a great hula dancer doesn't mean I am. The only thing I know I inherited from her is, well, Nani. STITCH: Yeuch! LILO: What if Mertle's right and everything I do is gonna be stinky? Maybe I'm just stinky, like cheese. But my mom was beautiful like an orchid and graceful like a wave. I'll never be like her. You think I can do it? STITCH: We do together. LILO: Let's win this thing. Okey. STITCH: Dokey. NOTE: To watch the pictures in high resolution, click on them

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