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MIKE: Fungus? Fungus? You like cars? I got a really nice car. If you let me go, I'll give you a ride in the car. Please, Fungus.
JEFF FUNGUS: I'm sorry, Wazowski, but Randall said I'm not allowed to fraternize with victims of his evil plot.
RANDALL: What happened? Where's Wazowski? Where is he?
SULLEY: Come on.
MIKE: This is crazy. He's gonna kill us.
CDA: That could be contaminated.
MIKE: We gotta get out of here now! We could start a new life far away. Goodbye, Monsters, Inc. Goodbye, Mr. Waternoose.
SULLEY: No, Mike, wait.
MIKE: Hey, what are you doing?
SULLEY: Follow me. I have an idea.
MIKE: No, no, no, no, no.
ANNOUNCER: Simulation terminated.
WATERNOOSE: No, no, no, no, no. What was that? You're
trying to scare the kid, not lull it to sleep.
PHLEGM: I was going for a snake-ninja approach with a little hissing.
WATERNOOSE: How many times do I have to tell you? It's all about presence. About how you enter the room.
SULLEY: Mr. Waternoose!
WATERNOOSE: James, perfect timing.
SULLEY: No, no, sir. You don't understand.
WATERNOOSE: Show these monsters how it's done.
SULLEY: I can't. Sir, you have to listen to me.
WATERNOOSE: Pay attention.
You're about to see the best in the business.
Reset the simulator.
SULLEY: But sir!
MOM: Good night, sweetheart.
BOY: 'Night, Mom.
MIKE: No, Boo, no!
WATERNOOSE: Give us a big loud roar.
SULLEY: There's no time for this!
WATERNOOSE: What are you waiting for? Roar.
SULLEY: But, sir.
WATERNOOSE: Roar! Well done. Well done, James.
WATERNOOSE: All right, gentlemen.
SULLEY: Right this way.
I hope you've learned a lesson today.
SULLEY: Boo. Boo, it's me.
WATERNOOSE: The child!
MIKE: Sir, she isn't toxic. It sounds crazy, but trust me.
SULLEY: Boo? No, no, no, no, it's OK. I was just. No. No, don't be scared. That wasn't real. It's just a. I was just. Boo.
MIKE: Test it out on that sweet girl.
MIKE: Have her, he is trying to kill us. This is Randall's fault.
MIKE: We can take you to his secret lab in this factory.
WATERNOOSE: How could this happen? How could this happen? Does anyone else know about this?
MIKE: No, sir.
WATERNOOSE: Good. This company can't afford any more bad publicity. Now, before we do anything else, let's take care of the child. I never thought things would come to this. Not in my factory. I'm sorry you boys got mixed up in this. Especially you, James. But now we can set everything straight again. For the good of the company.
MIKE: Sir? That's not her door.
WATERNOOSE: I know, I know. It's yours.
SULLEY: No! Boo! No! No! No, no, no, no!
MIKE: It's too late.
We're banished, genius! We're in the human world.
What a great idea, going to your old pal Waternoose. Too bad he was in on the whole thing. All you had to do was listen to me. Just once! But you didn't, did you? You're still not listening! Take that!
YETI: Welcome to the Himalayas. Abominable. Can you believe that?
Do I look abominable to you? Why can't they call me the Adorable Snowman or the Agreeable Snowman,
for crying out loud? I'm a nice guy. Snow cone? No, don't worry. It's lemon. How about you, big fella? Snow cone? Did you see the way she looked at me? Poor guy. I understand. It ain't easy being banished. Take my buddy, Bigfoot. When he was banished, he fashioned an enormous diaper out of poison ivy. Wore it on his head like a tiara. Called himself King Itchy. It won't be so hard for you guys. How lucky can you get? Banished with your best friend.
MIKE: He is not my friend.
YETI: I just assumed you were buddies. When I saw you in the snow hugging.
MIKE: Look at that big jerk. Ruined my life. And for what? A stupid kid! Because of you I am now stuck in this frozen wasteland.
Wasteland? I think you mean wonderland. How about all this fabulous snow?
And wait till you see the local village. Cutest thing in the world. I haven't mentioned the free yaks' milk.
SULLEY: What did you say?
YETI: Yaks' milk. Milking a yak ain't exactly a picnic. Once you pick the hairs out it's nutritious.
SULLEY: No, about a village. Are there kids in it?
YETI: Kids? Sure. Tough kids, sissy kids, kids who climb on rocks.
SULLEY: Where is it?
YETI: At the bottom of the mountain. A three-day hike.
SULLEY: Three days?
We need to get there now.
YETI: You wanna go to the village? Rule number one out here, always. No. Never go out in a blizzard.
SULLEY: We need to get to Boo.
MIKE: Boo? What about us? Ever since the kid came in, you've ignored everything I've said, and now look where we are! We were about to break the record. We would have had it made.
SULLEY: None of that matters now.
MIKE: None of it matters? Wait a second. None of it matters? OK. No, good. Great. So now the truth comes out, doesn't it?
YETI: Would you look at that? We're out of snow cones. Let me just go outside and make some more.
MIKE: Sulley, what about everything we ever worked for? Does that matter? What about Celia? I am never. Never gonna see her again. Doesn't that matter? And what about me? I'm your pal. I'm your best friend. Don't I matter?
SULLEY: I'm sorry, Mike. I'm sorry we're stuck out here. I didn't mean for this to happen. But Boo's in trouble. I think there might be a way to save her if we can just get.
MIKE: We? Whoa. We? No. There's no "we" this time, pal. If you want to go out there and freeze to death, you be my guest. Because you're on your own.
YETI: Hey, I got more snow cones!
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Monsters Inc part 1
2 just don't get scared
3 best birthday ever
4 think about it
5 put that thing back
6 you're about to see
7 make her laugh
8 have the child