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WART: Archimedes! Help!
MERLIN: What in thunder is a monster like that doing in the moat? By George, I'll turn him into a minnow.
MERLIN: Oh, there you are, boy. Snick snack snorum! How in the world did you ever get out of that mess?
WART: That, that big fish almost swallowed me and, and Archimedes, he, he saved me.
MERLIN: Oh, what do you know about that?
ARCHIMEDES: I did nothing of the sort! I intended to eat him. Young perch is my favourite dish. You know that! MERLIN: Do you believe that, Wart?
WAER: I've gotta go. Thank you, Merlin. It was so much fun.
ARCHIMEDES: Pinfeathers, boy!
SIR ECTOR: Wart! Where are you, Wart?
WART: Coming! I'm coming.
MERLIN: Now, Archimedes. Why would you half-drown yourself for a tidbit of fish? And after such a big breakfast?
ARCHIMEDES: Pinfeathers and gully fluff!
WART: We were doing fine until we got in deep water. Then along comes this huge pike with big jaws and sharp, jagged teeth.
SIR KAY: Oh, turn him off, Dad.
WART: He was a monster! The biggest fish I ever saw.
SIR ECTOR: And, boy, that's the biggest fish story I ever heard.
WART: But it's true, sir. SIR ECTOR: That's three demerits for beig late and three more for the fish story. Now, hop into the kitchen!
SIR KAY: I told you the Wart was loony.
SIR ECTOR: Yes, well, he's either out of his head or, there's something mighty fishy going on around here.
WART: For every high there is a low For every to there is a fro To and fro Stop and go That's what makes the world go 'round Oh, it's you, Merlin, sir.
MERLIN: Now, have you ever considered being a squirrel?
WART: Well, no, I don't suppose.
MERLIN: Well, now, there is a tiny creature with enormous problems. How he has survived throughout the ages is one of nature's big mysteries. His life is hazardous. Downright dangerous. Uh, would you like to try it?
WART: Oh, no, I'd better not.
MERLIN: It's too dangerous for you, eh?
WART: Oh, no, it's not that. It's just that I've got six demerits. All this work to do.
MERLIN: What a mess! What a medieval muddle. We'll have to modernize it. Start an assembly-line system. All right now. One and a-two and a-three and a-four! Higitus figitus migitus mum Skitun de bitun de batun de dum
WART: But I'm supposed to do it.
MERLIN: No one will know the difference, son. Who cares as long as the work gets done? Rubbedy scrubbedy Sweepety flow Come on, son. Let's go, let's go. Wart! Take it easy, boy. Wart! Wart! Now, what did I tell you? Always look before you leap. WART: Well, I made it, didn't I?
MERLIN: Yes, you made it. You made it, but you, you can't always trust to luck, boy. Now, first thing you start with the short jumps. Gauge the distance carefully. Even then you can miss. So, don't take gravity too lightly or it'll catch up with you.
WART: What's gravity?
MERLIN: Gravity is what causes you to fall.
WART: Oh, like a stumble or a trip?
MERLIN: Yes, it's like a stumble. It's the force that pulls you downward. The phenomenon that any two material particles or bodies if free to move, will be accelerated toward each other.
WART: Merlin, how will we get by?
MERLIN: Oh, well, I suppose we better go back to a side track.
WART: Go on. You got lots of room.
LITTLE GIRL SQUIRREL: Well, I guess she can't be sidetracked.
MERLIN: That's a girl squirrel, that, and a redhead at that.
WART: She sure acts funny.
MERLIN: Well, she likes you.
MERLIN: Yes, well, well, well, that's nature again. But I'm afraid there's no time to explain. You better leave me out of it.
WART: Yeah, me too. Merlin!
MERLIN: You're on your own, lad. I'm afraid magic can't solve this problem.
WART: Look, I'm not a boy. I'm not a squirrel. I'm a boy. A human boy. Not a real squirrel. Oh, leave me alone!
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