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MERLIN: She's gaining on you, Wart. There's no sensible explanation For this discombooberation It's a most hodge-podgical Most illogical Most confusiling Most bamboozling Most bemuddling Most befuddling thing Really, now, Miss, Madam. You, you, you've made a mistake. Please, you. Now, look here. I am not a boy. I mean, I'm not a squirrel. No, that's not what. No! I'm a stupid old. No! I'm an old man. Understand? Oh, hang it all. Now, go away. Shoo, shoo. Impossible. Confound it all!
WART: Merlin, I'm tired of being a squirrel. It's nothing but trouble.
MERLIN: Oh, you've got trouble? Look back there! One side, lad.
WART: Help, Merlin!
MERLIN: By George! I've had enough of this nonsense! Alakazam! There. You see? I'm an ugly, horrible, grouchy old man! WART: Merlin!
MERLIN: So, here we are.
WART: Quick, Merlin, the magic.
MERLIN: Snick snack snorum.
WART: There. Now you see? I'm not a squirrel. I'm a boy. I tried to tell you. I'm a boy. A human boy. Oh, if you could only understand.
MERLIN: Ah, you know, lad that love business is a powerful thing.
WART: Greater than gravity?
MERLIN: Well, yes, boy, in its way. Yes, I'd say it's the greatest force on Earth.
SCULLERY MAID: Sir Ector! The kitchen!
SIR ECTOR: Hold it, son! Hold it.
SCULLERY MAID: Black magic all over the place!
SIR ECTOR: Kay! Hold on, I say! Stop! Oh. Now, what's all the commotion?
SCULLERY MAID: Oh, the kitchen, it's under an evil spell! It's bewitched.
SIR ECTOR: Oh, I bet it's that old goat Marvin. Come on, son. I knew he'd give us trouble. Gadzooks! Black magic of the worst kind! Come on, Kay! To the attack! Hold it!
SCULLERY MAID: Heaven preserve us!
SIR ECTOR: Kay!
MERLIN: Now, what have we here?
WART: Jumpin' hoptoads!
SIR ECTOR: So there you are, you old goat. Well, what's the idea of flinging your evil spells all over the place? Oh, lend me a hand, boy. Well, what have you got to say for yourself, hmm?
MERLIN: You call washing dishes and sweeping floors a work of evil?
SIR ECTOR: I'll decide what's right and wrong around here. Besides, that's the Wart's job. One of his duties. Uh, and look here, boy. If you want to make that trip to London, you'd better tow the mark.
SCULLERY MAID: You old goat! If I ever catch you in my kitchen again, I'll
MERLIN: Madam, you won't.
SCULLERY MAID: Oh, dear. He's gone.
SIR ECTOR: Well, by Jove.
SIR KAY: We ought to run the old geezer right out of the castle.
SIR ECTOR: He might cast an evil spell on the lot of us. Turn us all to stone. No. There's no telling what the old devil might do.
WART: He's not an old devil! He's good! And, and his magic is good too. If, if you'd just leave him alone!
SIR ECTOR: Now, look here, Wart. That's three more demerits.
SIR KAY: Box his ears, Dad.
WART: Just because you can't understand something it, it doesn't mean it's wrong.
SIR ECTOR: Ten more demerits!
WART: You make all the rules and, and nobody else can say anything.
SIR ECTOR: You said a plenty, boy! All that popping off just cooked your goose. Kay, from now on, young Hobbs is your squire. Did you hear that, Wart? Hobbs is going to be Kay's squire.
SIR HECTOR: Yes, sir.
SIR KAY: Now that'll teach you to pop off, you little pipsqueak.
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