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sneak out with the goodies.
MIKEY BLUMBERG: Roast beef and mashed potatoes! My favorite!
T.J. DETWEILER: I also managed to swipe this.
MIKEY BLUMBERG: Rocky Road! My other favorite!
ASHLEY SPINELLI: Hey, give me some of that.
GRETCHEN GRUNDLER: Excuse me, but aren't we supposed to
eat dinner before dessert?
ASHLEY SPINELLI: Good one, Gretch.
VINCE LASALLE: You were right, Teej. This is the life.
ASHLEY SPINELLI: Hanging out with friends, eating ice cream, spying on bad guys.
GUS GRISWALD: It's the ultimate kid experience.
GRETCHEN GRUNDLER: Too bad these days are numbered.
VINCE LASALLE: Yeah, this is probably the last summer we'll
get to do stuff like this.
T.J. DETWEILER: Kinda whomps, huh?
ASHLEY SPINELLI: Hey, remember that summer after second grade when we went down to the pond every day to catch minnows?
GRETCHEN GRUNDLER: Or how about that summer we all carved our initials in that tree in the Wilsons' backyard?
VINCE LASALLE: And Spinelli spelled hers wrong.
ASHLEY SPINELLI: Hey, I was seven. And S's are tricky. What's your problem? This is the first summer you've lived here.
GUS GRISWALD: I know, and I'll never have any of those memories.
MIKEY BLUMBERG: Know what I'll never forget? That song T.J.'s sister taught us the first summer after kindergarten.
T.J. DETWEILER: Oh, yeah. Back when she was nice.
ASHLEY SPINELLI: How'd it go again?
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt, his name is my name too.
Whenever I go out, The people always shout, There goes John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt.
PROFESSOR FENWICK: Well, here we are, sir. But it's just an old principal's office. Why is it so important?
DR. PHILLIUM BENEDICT: Because, my academically challenged young friend, it used to be mine.
T.J. DETWEILER: 10:41 a.m. Gang back at camp. I'm goin' in alone.
MAN: Man, oh, man. I've heard of simple assignments, but this one takes the cake.
T.J. DETWEILER: Yuck. Hey. 10:43 a.m. I found what appear to be Principal Prickly's golf pants?
GUARD: Fact is, you're gettin' real good at this stuff. Yeah, you're a regular Robert De Niro.
BALD GUY: Hey,
I'm a man of many talents.
T.J. DETWEILER: Principal Prickly?
GUARD: But wasn't Mrs. Prickly suspicious?
BALD GUY: You kiddin'? It was like taking candy from a baby.
GRETCHEN GRUNDLER: Double knit polyester. These are Prickly's all right.
ASHLEY SPINELLI: But why would the bald guy wanna pretend to be Principal Prickly?
VINCE LASALLE: And where's the real Principal Prickly anyway?
GRETCHEN GRUNDLER: Wait a minute. There's something in here. Help me?
MIKEY BLUMBERG: It sounds like a desperate cry for help.
VINCE LASALLE: Then Principal Prickly must still be in the school.
GUS GRISWALD: Being held captive!
T.J. DETWEILER: You know what that means, don't you, guys? We gotta go in there and save him. Bikes?
VINCE LASALLE: Check.
T.J. DETWEILER: Walkie-talkie?
GUS GRISWALD: Check.
T.J. DETWEILER: Rope with pointy thing?
MIKEY BLUMBERG: Check.
T.J. DETWEILER: Good. Then let's go.
ASHLEY SPINELLI: I still say this is nuts. Breaking out of the school I understand, but breaking in?
RANDALL: Oh, boy! Ms. Finster's gonna love this.
MS. FINSTER: Dang.
Ten more minutes and the pizza would've been free.
It's 9:00 at night, Randall. What do you want?
RANDALL: It's about T.J. Detweiler.
MS. FINSTER: Randall, I'm off duty until Labor Day. He's someone else's problem now.
RANDALL: But he's got all his friends together, and
they're planning to break into the school!
MS. FINSTER: A break in, eh? Not if Muriel P. Finster has anything to say about it.
RANDALL: Told you, Ms. Finster.
MS. FINSTER: I wonder if I can get 'em tried as adults. Come on. Hold the rope, boy. Uh-oh.
RANDALL: Ms. Finster, could you please get off of me?
GRETCHEN GRUNDLER: My, this is somewhat creepy.
MIKEY BLUMBERG: Yeah. I've never been in a empty school at night before.
VINCE LASALLE: Heck, I'll bet no kid has.
GUS GRISWALD: I wonder where the aliens went.
ASHLEY SPINELLI: They probably go back to the mother ship at night.
T.J. DETWEILER: Quick. In here.
VINCE LASALLE: Hey, this is our old room.
GUS GRISWALD: I hope somebody's feeding the gerbil.
T.J. DETWEILER: Shh! I hear something!
DR. PHILLIUM BENEDICT: I want this system working now. Do you hear me? Now!
DR. LAZENBY: We're doing our best, sir. We've just run into a few technical difficulties.
GRETCHEN GRUNDLER: It's coming from up there.
DR. PHILLIUM BENEDICT: Like what?
PROFESSOR FENWICK: I think what Dr. Lazenby is trying to say.
DR. PHILLIUM BENEDICT: Oh, I know what he's trying to say. He's trying to...
VINCE LASALLE: What are you doing?
T.J. DETWEILER: Finding out what's what.
Bingo, I'm stuck.
Curse these bodacious hips of mine. Randall, run back to my place and get the butter.
DR. PHILLIUM BENEDICT: Do you have any idea who you're talking to, Laramie?
DR. PHILLIUM BENEDICT: That photon channeler is a piece of equipment, like a carburetor in your car! You're
supposed to be a brilliant thinker.
DR. LAZENBY: Do you know what brilliant thinkers are supposed to do?
DR. PHILLIUM BENEDICT: They're supposed to think!
ASHLEY SPINELLI: Whoa, what is all this stuff?
GRETCHEN GRUNDLER: Well, against the far wall is what looks to be a plutonium turbine. Closer ahead, you'll observe a global electrode. To your right is the laser device we saw earlier, and of course, that glowing orb, an electron pulse generator. The nerve center of the system.
T.J. DETWEILER: Shh! The bad guys are talking.
DR. LAZENBY: But, Dr. Benedict, please.
DR. PHILLIUM BENEDICT: No, let me make this clear to you, Lazenby. We have a thing called a window of opportunity. If we miss the window of opportunity, then the project fails. And if the project fails, then I get very, very angry!
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