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D.W. Gets Lost/Transcript

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Arthur ate the last piece of cake.

Mrs. Read: Why didn't you just have an apple?

Arthur: I was too weak from hunger to chew it. I needed something soft.


D.W.: Why can’t I have earrings?

Mrs. Read: You’re not old enough. And they’ll turn your ears green.

D.W.: I don’t care if I have green ears.

Mr. Read is making green salad. He holds two lettuce leaves in front of D.W.’s ears.

Mr. Read: They just aren’t you, D.W.


Announcements at the All-in-One-Mart:

"Welcome to All-in-One Mart! The store big enough to swallow your town!"

"All-in-One Mart values all our customers. But if you break something, you buy it. Tough luck!"

"Today's special in our sportswear department: pre-worn sneakers for lazy people."

"If you've lost your child, come to our lost child department, located behind the toy department. And on the way, why not buy a new toy for that poor, frightened child that you lost?!"

"Attention all shoppers: free samples all day at our water fountain."

"Big sale in our book department: books without vowels now half price!"

"Who needs expensive air conditioning when army surplus jet turbines are on sale in our wind department?"

"Who doesn't like the satisfying flavor of fresh, warm carbonated milk? The late night drink that lulls you to sleep and burps you, too!"

"Don't forget today's sale on chocolate-covered cabbage. It's the dessert that makes you go 'Blecch!'"

"Right now in our free sample department, everything is half price."


D.W. and Nadine pass a statue of a pig eating a piece of cake.

Nadine: We passed this three times.

D.W.: No, I would have remembered that. It looks like Arthur. Uh-oh.


D.W. meets Emily, who is returning her earrings. Her ears are green.

Nadine: You should ask her where your mommy is.

D.W.: I’m not a baby, Nadine.

Nadine: Maybe sometimes grown-ups ask for help too.


Ed Crosswire: Well, my five minutes are up. I'll call ya later.

Mom: Thanks for waiting so quietly for five whole minutes!

D.W. Read: That was only five minutes?

Mom: Ready to look at the earrings?

D.W.: I thought it over. I don't really need earrings.

Mom: I'm impressed! That's a very grownup attitude.

D.W.: Thanks. Can we do lunch instead?