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MIKE: What the...
RANDALL: Wazowski. What do you know?
It scares little kids and little monsters.
MIKE: I wasn't scared. I have allergies.
SULLEY: Randall, save it for the scare floor.
RANDALL: I'm in the zone today, Sullivan. Gonna do serious scaring. Putting up some big numbers.
MIKE: Randall, that's great. That should make it more humiliating when we break the record first.
RANDALL: Do you hear that?
It's the winds of change.
It's the winds of change
MIKE: You hear that? It's the winds of. What a creep. One of these days I am really gonna let you teach that guy a lesson. Chalooby. Baby.
MIKE: Good morning, Roz, my succulent garden snail. Who would we be scaring today?
You didn't file your paperwork last night.
MIKE: Oh, that darn paperwork. Wouldn't it be easier if it all just blew away?
ROZ: Don't let it happen again.
MIKE: Yes. Well, I'll try to be less careless.
ROZ: I'm watching you, Wazowski. Always watching.
MIKE: She's nuts.
SPICHER: All scare floors are now active. Assistants, please report to your stations.
OK, people, Eastern Seaboard coming online.
We got scarers coming out.
NEEDLEMAN: They are so awesome.
SULLEY: Hey, may the best monster win.
RANDALL: I plan to.
JERRY SLUGWORTH: We are on in seven, six, five, four, three, two.
MIKE: You're the boss. You're the big hairy boss.
SULLEY: I'm feeling good today, Mikey.
MIKE: Attaboy. Another door coming right up.
JEFF FUNGUS: You're still behind, Randall. Maybe I should realign the scream.
RANDALL: Get me a door.
JEFF FUNGUS: Door, yes, door.
WATERNOOSE: Well, Jerry, what's the damage so far?
JERRY SLUGWORTH: We may actually make our quota today, sir.
WATERNOOSE: First time in a month.
CLAWS MANAGER: What happened?
CLAWS: The kid almost touched me. She got this close to me.
CLAWS MANAGER: She wasn't scared of you? She was only six.
CLAWS: I could have been dead. I could have died.
CLAWS MANAGER: Keep it together, man. Hey, we got a dead door over here.
SMITTY: I'm coming.
NEEDLEMAN: Look out.
SMITTY: Excuse us.
JERRY SLUGWORTH: We've lost 58 doors this week, sir.
WATERNOOSE: Kids these days. They
just don't get scared like they used
to. Let her rip.
JEFF FUNGUS: Sir?
JEFF FUNGUS: Look.
SPICHER: Attention. We have a new scare leader. Randall Boggs.
RANDALL: Look at those numbers.
SULLEY: Slumber party.
SPICHER: Never mind.
CHARLIE: Hey, watch it.
WATERNOOSE: Well, James, that was an impressive display.
SULLEY: Just doing my job, Mr. Waternoose. 'Course I did learn from the best.
RANDALL: If I don't
see a new door in my station in five seconds,
I will personally put you through the shredder.
CHARLIE: Hey, Wazowski, nice job. Those numbers are pretty sweet.
MIKE: Are they? You know, I hadn't even noticed. And how's Georgie doing?
CHARLIE: He's doing great. I love working with that big guy.
GEORGE SANDERSON: Keep the doors coming. I'm on a roll today.
CHARLIE: George and I are like brothers. 2319! We have a 2319!
ANNOUNCER: Red alert. Red alert, red alert. Red alert.
SPICHER: George Sanderson. Please remain motionless. Prepare for decontamination.
GEORGE SANDERSON: Duck and cover, people!
WATERNOOSE: Not the CDA.
CDA: Go, go, go. Coming through. Stand aside. Clear the contaminated area. A 2319 in progress. Coming through. Watch yourself. Stand back. Careful. All clear. Situation is niner-niner-zero. Ready for decon.
GEORGE SANDERSON: Thanks, guys, that was a close one.
JERRY SLUGWORTH: Take a break. We gotta shut down and reset the system.
WATERNOOSE: An entire scare floor out of commission. What else can go wrong? What a day.
SULLEY: We're just going through a rough time. Everyone knows you'll get us through it.
WATERNOOSE: Tell that to the board of directors. James,
this company's been in my family for three generations.
I would do anything to keep it from going under.
SULLEY: So would I, sir.
WATERNOOSE: I could use your help with something.
SULLEY: Anything, sir.
WATERNOOSE: We've hired some new scare recruits, and frankly, they're.
WATERNOOSE: They stink. I thought maybe you might come by tomorrow and give them a demonstration. Show them what it takes to be our top scarer.
SULLEY: I'll start out with the old Waternoose jump and growl.
WATERNOOSE: Now that's my boy.
JERRY SLUGWORTH: Let's go, everybody. All doors must be returned. No exceptions.
MIKE: I've never seen anything like you today. You were on a roll.
SULLEY: Another day like this and that scare record's in the bag.
MIKE: That's right, baby. As if dinner wasn't enough,
I'm taking her to a monster truck rally.
MIKE: What's on your agenda?
SULLEY: Work out some more.
MIKE: Again? There's more to life than scaring. Can I borrow your odorant?
SULLEY: I got smelly garbage or old dumpster.
MIKE: You got low tide? How about wet dog?
SULLEY: Yep. Stink it up.
MIKE: I am so romantic sometimes I think I should marry myself.
SULLEY: Give me a break.
MIKE: What a night of romance ahead of me. Tonight is about me and Celia. The love boat is about to set sail. I gotta tell you, that face of hers, it just makes my heart go.
ROZ: Hello, Wazowski. Fun-filled evening planned for tonight?
MIKE: Well, as a matter of fact.
ROZ: I'm sure you filed your paperwork correctly, for once. Your stunned silence is very reassuring.
MIKE: My scare reports. I left them on my desk. If I'm not at the restaurant in five minutes they'll give our table away.
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