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the bos baby eps 8 eng

Jan 6th, 2019
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  3. [grunts]
  4.  
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  7. Hold all my calls.
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  11. [giggling]
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  15. ♪ Boss Baby ♪
  16.  
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  18. 00:00:19,490 --> 00:00:23,540
  19. ♪ I'm the boss, Boss Baby
  20. Boss boss, Boss Baby, boss boss ♪
  21.  
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  23. 00:00:23,620 --> 00:00:28,670
  24. ♪ Watch a itty bitty kid get large
  25. I'm the big Boss Baby in charge ♪
  26.  
  27. 7
  28. 00:00:28,790 --> 00:00:31,130
  29. ♪ Stroller rolling
  30. Up and down the boulevard ♪
  31.  
  32. 8
  33. 00:00:31,550 --> 00:00:33,760
  34. ♪ I'm the big Boss Baby in charge ♪
  35.  
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  37. 00:00:34,340 --> 00:00:39,600
  38. ♪ I run this house, I rule this crib
  39. Change my diaper, son, where's my bib? ♪
  40.  
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  42. 00:00:39,680 --> 00:00:42,430
  43. ♪ Don't pacify, you just got to pay me ♪
  44.  
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  46. 00:00:42,520 --> 00:00:44,980
  47. -♪ Who's in charge? ♪
  48. -♪ Me, the Boss Baby ♪
  49.  
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  51. 00:00:50,150 --> 00:00:50,980
  52. [doorbell rings]
  53.  
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  55. 00:00:52,990 --> 00:00:57,240
  56. "Good morning, sir or ma'am.
  57. I am a Lowly Apprentice Do-Good Trooper,
  58.  
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  60. 00:00:57,320 --> 00:00:59,950
  61. looking to advance
  62. to Lofty Squire Do-Good Trooper.
  63.  
  64. 15
  65. 00:01:00,030 --> 00:01:02,700
  66. To accomplish this dream,
  67. I need just one more sticker
  68.  
  69. 16
  70. 00:01:02,790 --> 00:01:05,750
  71. for my achievement helmet,
  72. the Neighborhood Service sticker.
  73.  
  74. 17
  75. 00:01:05,830 --> 00:01:09,210
  76. It requires me to help out
  77. every single neighbor on my block.
  78.  
  79. 18
  80. 00:01:09,290 --> 00:01:13,050
  81. The question is,
  82. how can I do good for you today?"
  83.  
  84. 19
  85. 00:01:13,630 --> 00:01:15,880
  86. Uh, you wanna sweep my porch?
  87.  
  88. 20
  89. 00:01:18,720 --> 00:01:19,640
  90. Ooh!
  91.  
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  93. 00:01:20,140 --> 00:01:22,260
  94. [Tim whistling]
  95.  
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  97. 00:01:23,020 --> 00:01:24,890
  98. [continues whistling]
  99.  
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  101. 00:01:26,600 --> 00:01:27,520
  102. [doorbell rings]
  103.  
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  105. 00:01:28,940 --> 00:01:30,560
  106. "Good morning, sir or ma'am."
  107.  
  108. 25
  109. 00:01:30,650 --> 00:01:32,650
  110. Clearly, "ma'am."
  111.  
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  113. 00:01:32,730 --> 00:01:34,690
  114. Do-Good Troopers never pre-judge.
  115.  
  116. 27
  117. 00:01:52,460 --> 00:01:55,010
  118. Yes! One last neighbor to...
  119.  
  120. 28
  121. 00:02:04,520 --> 00:02:07,350
  122. Well, I am out of the Do-Good Troopers!
  123.  
  124. 29
  125. 00:02:08,060 --> 00:02:10,230
  126. -Whoa, buddy. Everything okay?
  127. -What happened?
  128.  
  129. 30
  130. 00:02:10,310 --> 00:02:14,280
  131. Nothing. I'm just never gonna be
  132. a Lofty Squire Do-Good Trooper ever!
  133.  
  134. 31
  135. 00:02:14,360 --> 00:02:17,650
  136. -So, what's the point?
  137. -[Dad] Timbo, want to talk about it?
  138.  
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  140. 00:02:17,990 --> 00:02:20,410
  141. [tapping on glass]
  142.  
  143. 33
  144. 00:02:28,250 --> 00:02:30,370
  145. Guys, I'm in the middle of breakfast here.
  146.  
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  148. 00:02:30,460 --> 00:02:32,080
  149. [cat shrieking]
  150.  
  151. 35
  152. 00:02:32,170 --> 00:02:34,750
  153. Is that a box of cat?
  154.  
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  156. 00:02:34,840 --> 00:02:36,550
  157. Oh, yes, it is, sir.
  158.  
  159. 37
  160. 00:02:36,630 --> 00:02:40,380
  161. Jimbo and I were doing our morning patrol
  162. of the neighborhood when...
  163.  
  164. 38
  165. 00:02:40,470 --> 00:02:42,430
  166. -I saw a fire truck!
  167. -[cat growling]
  168.  
  169. 39
  170. 00:02:42,510 --> 00:02:45,720
  171. And also, we got jumped
  172. by one of Bootsy's kittens. Oh!
  173.  
  174. 40
  175. 00:02:45,810 --> 00:02:47,180
  176. They're getting bolder.
  177.  
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  179. 00:02:47,270 --> 00:02:51,520
  180. -They're getting vicious!
  181. -[screams] Not the face! Not the face!
  182.  
  183. 42
  184. 00:02:51,600 --> 00:02:53,310
  185. -[cat shrieking]
  186. -[Staci grunting]
  187.  
  188. 43
  189. 00:02:53,400 --> 00:02:55,020
  190. -[punches landing]
  191. -[Jimbo yells]
  192.  
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  194. 00:02:55,110 --> 00:02:59,650
  195. Miss McCrackin's house? Tim, honey,
  196. there's nothing there to be afraid of.
  197.  
  198. 45
  199. 00:02:59,740 --> 00:03:02,570
  200. But it's old and dark
  201. and creepy and gross.
  202.  
  203. 46
  204. 00:03:02,660 --> 00:03:04,830
  205. I can feel my breakfast coming up
  206. just thinking about--
  207.  
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  209. 00:03:04,910 --> 00:03:05,990
  210. -[Mom] Bucket.
  211. -[Dad] Clear!
  212.  
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  214. 00:03:06,080 --> 00:03:08,950
  215. -I'm not actually throwing up.
  216. -Oh, good.
  217.  
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  219. 00:03:09,040 --> 00:03:10,580
  220. Honey, Wendi's a nice lady.
  221.  
  222. 50
  223. 00:03:10,660 --> 00:03:14,210
  224. She goes to Book Club,
  225. she knits me a sweater every Christmas.
  226.  
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  229. She-- I don't know.
  230. She probably pays her taxes.
  231.  
  232. 52
  233. 00:03:16,840 --> 00:03:19,880
  234. -Danny Petrosky told me--
  235. -Ugh, that kid.
  236.  
  237. 53
  238. 00:03:19,970 --> 00:03:23,970
  239. Danny said Miss McCrackin
  240. turns kids into robots.
  241.  
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  243. 00:03:24,050 --> 00:03:25,220
  244. [snorts, laughs]
  245.  
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  247. 00:03:25,300 --> 00:03:28,520
  248. Robots? Oh, man,
  249. that Danny sure cracks me up.
  250.  
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  252. 00:03:28,600 --> 00:03:33,060
  253. Tim, no one is able to turn a kid
  254. into a robot. I know you know that.
  255.  
  256. 57
  257. 00:03:33,150 --> 00:03:35,520
  258. Do you really want me to take that chance?
  259.  
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  261. 00:03:35,610 --> 00:03:37,980
  262. No chance, sport. We promise.
  263.  
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  265. 00:03:38,280 --> 00:03:40,360
  266. -[Tim] Um...
  267. -[cat yowls]
  268.  
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  270. 00:03:40,440 --> 00:03:43,990
  271. Did I ever tell you that when I was
  272. your age, I wasn't even allowed
  273.  
  274. 61
  275. 00:03:44,070 --> 00:03:46,410
  276. -to be a Do-Good Trooper?
  277. -Because you were a girl?
  278.  
  279. 62
  280. 00:03:46,830 --> 00:03:49,660
  281. No. It was because
  282. they thought I had a big head,
  283.  
  284. 63
  285. 00:03:49,750 --> 00:03:53,460
  286. and it wouldn't fit into the helmet,
  287. which is obviously not the case.
  288.  
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  290. 00:03:53,540 --> 00:03:55,880
  291. Girls' heads just grow faster than boys'.
  292.  
  293. 65
  294. 00:03:55,960 --> 00:03:58,050
  295. -That's science.
  296. -That's not science.
  297.  
  298. 66
  299. 00:03:58,130 --> 00:04:01,220
  300. -Uh, agree to disagree.
  301. -I don't agree to that.
  302.  
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  304. 00:04:02,470 --> 00:04:05,050
  305. The point is,
  306. your mother's head is lovely.
  307.  
  308. 68
  309. 00:04:05,140 --> 00:04:09,680
  310. Thank you, Ted. But the other point is,
  311. you can't judge a book by its cover.
  312.  
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  314. 00:04:09,770 --> 00:04:13,520
  315. The Troopers judged me, and now
  316. that's what you're doing with Wendi,
  317.  
  318. 70
  319. 00:04:13,600 --> 00:04:14,850
  320. and it's wrong.
  321.  
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  323. 00:04:15,480 --> 00:04:17,650
  324. Timothy Leslie Templeton.
  325.  
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  327. 00:04:17,730 --> 00:04:20,730
  328. Are you listening to me?
  329. What are you even looking at out--?
  330.  
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  332. 00:04:20,820 --> 00:04:24,490
  333. -I have problems! Focus on me!
  334. -[cat meowing]
  335.  
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  337. 00:04:24,570 --> 00:04:26,660
  338. -[cat hisses, growling]
  339. -[Staci chuckling]
  340.  
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  342. 00:04:27,490 --> 00:04:28,620
  343. [shrieking]
  344.  
  345. 76
  346. 00:04:29,410 --> 00:04:30,790
  347. -Got it! Again!
  348. -[snarling]
  349.  
  350. 77
  351. 00:04:30,870 --> 00:04:35,040
  352. -Okay, now, what do we do with the kitty?
  353. -Let's mail it to the ocean.
  354.  
  355. 78
  356. 00:04:35,120 --> 00:04:36,960
  357. Not how the postal system works. Staci.
  358.  
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  360. 00:04:37,040 --> 00:04:40,300
  361. We could take it to the junkyard
  362. and see if they'll strip it for parts.
  363.  
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  365. 00:04:40,380 --> 00:04:43,090
  366. -Tempting, but no.
  367. -[Tim] I don't wanna be a robot!
  368.  
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  371. Timothy Templeton,
  372. we are going to help Wendi.
  373.  
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  375. 00:04:47,930 --> 00:04:51,100
  376. You can't bail on neighborhood service
  377. just because a nice lady chooses to live
  378.  
  379. 83
  380. 00:04:51,180 --> 00:04:53,100
  381. in a weird old house
  382. with a bunch of cats.
  383.  
  384. 84
  385. 00:04:53,180 --> 00:04:55,390
  386. [gasps] House full of cats?
  387.  
  388. 85
  389. 00:04:55,480 --> 00:04:58,810
  390. We are going to march over there
  391. and do our Do-Good duty!
  392.  
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  394. 00:04:58,900 --> 00:05:02,280
  395. "Our"? Sounds like you're really
  396. holding onto something, Janice.
  397.  
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  399. 00:05:02,360 --> 00:05:03,360
  400. [slurps]
  401.  
  402. 88
  403. 00:05:04,820 --> 00:05:06,610
  404. Listen to your mother, Tim!
  405.  
  406. 89
  407. 00:05:07,200 --> 00:05:10,030
  408. I have an outside-the-box idea.
  409. Let's roll.
  410.  
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  412. 00:05:10,120 --> 00:05:11,330
  413. -Yeah!
  414. -[Jimbo chuckles]
  415.  
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  417. 00:05:12,660 --> 00:05:15,040
  418. Suit up, Trooper.
  419. Let me put the baby down,
  420.  
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  422. 00:05:15,120 --> 00:05:17,880
  423. and then we are going earn you
  424. that helmet sticker.
  425.  
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  427. 00:05:18,290 --> 00:05:20,920
  428. Oh, I guess your dad got him.
  429.  
  430. 94
  431. 00:05:24,420 --> 00:05:29,350
  432. [cats yowling]
  433.  
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  435. 00:05:29,430 --> 00:05:31,180
  436. Why so many cats?
  437.  
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  439. 00:05:32,850 --> 00:05:35,680
  440. Who cares? It's the perfect cat prison.
  441.  
  442. 97
  443. 00:05:37,560 --> 00:05:41,940
  444. Shove this killer kitty in there,
  445. and Wendi, as unhinged as she is,
  446.  
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  448. 00:05:42,020 --> 00:05:44,320
  449. will be thrilled to gain another fleabag.
  450.  
  451. 99
  452. 00:05:44,400 --> 00:05:47,990
  453. You know, because she's... [meows]
  454. Now, hit it, Big J!
  455.  
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  457. 00:05:51,030 --> 00:05:52,790
  458. [screaming]
  459.  
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  461. 00:05:53,990 --> 00:05:56,790
  462. [cats yowling, echoing]
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  465. 00:06:01,090 --> 00:06:03,340
  466. [meowing continues]
  467.  
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  469. 00:06:05,170 --> 00:06:08,260
  470. [cat meowing]
  471.  
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  473. 00:06:11,760 --> 00:06:14,180
  474. -I wish you nothing but the best.
  475. -[shrieking]
  476.  
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  478. 00:06:14,260 --> 00:06:16,520
  479. [screams, pants]
  480.  
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  482. 00:06:16,600 --> 00:06:17,940
  483. That was surprisingly easy.
  484.  
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  486. 00:06:18,020 --> 00:06:19,810
  487. [grunts, screams]
  488.  
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  490. 00:06:19,900 --> 00:06:20,770
  491. [both gasp]
  492.  
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  494. 00:06:20,850 --> 00:06:22,360
  495. -[Mom] Come on, Tim.
  496. -[gasps]
  497.  
  498. 110
  499. 00:06:24,900 --> 00:06:29,610
  500. -What do we do, sir? What do we do?
  501. -Mom and Tim. Cats.
  502.  
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  504. 00:06:30,200 --> 00:06:32,780
  505. But Mom and Tim! But cats.
  506.  
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  508. 00:06:34,330 --> 00:06:36,580
  509. Come on, what's it gonna be, Boss?
  510.  
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  512. 00:06:36,660 --> 00:06:39,460
  513. Staci, I guess we've got to go...
  514.  
  515. 114
  516. 00:06:39,540 --> 00:06:43,290
  517. into the belly of the den
  518. of the house of the nest of cats!
  519.  
  520. 115
  521. 00:06:45,750 --> 00:06:46,760
  522. Huh?
  523.  
  524. 116
  525. 00:06:48,840 --> 00:06:51,180
  526. Don't hate me for being prepared.
  527.  
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  529. 00:06:51,760 --> 00:06:55,010
  530. Cats are evil but dumb.
  531. If we act just like them,
  532.  
  533. 118
  534. 00:06:55,100 --> 00:06:58,640
  535. we can go in there,
  536. stay off their radar, and save Jimbo!
  537.  
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  539. 00:06:58,730 --> 00:07:00,770
  540. [sighs] My shame is complete.
  541.  
  542. 120
  543. 00:07:05,020 --> 00:07:08,610
  544. [Boss] It's pitch black in here.
  545. Can cats see in the dark?
  546.  
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  548. 00:07:08,990 --> 00:07:12,740
  549. [Staci] Uh, I think that's dogs. Cats are
  550. the ones that can smell your fear.
  551.  
  552. 122
  553. 00:07:12,820 --> 00:07:14,200
  554. [Boss] No, that's dogs.
  555.  
  556. 123
  557. 00:07:14,280 --> 00:07:16,700
  558. [Staci] Um, sir, I'm happy
  559. to sit here in the dark,
  560.  
  561. 124
  562. 00:07:16,790 --> 00:07:19,660
  563. arguing about which animals
  564. have which lame superpower,
  565.  
  566. 125
  567. 00:07:19,750 --> 00:07:22,000
  568. but if we're gonna find Jimbo...
  569.  
  570. 126
  571. 00:07:22,080 --> 00:07:23,710
  572. [cats meowing]
  573.  
  574. 127
  575. 00:07:24,170 --> 00:07:25,380
  576. [hissing]
  577.  
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  579. 00:07:29,050 --> 00:07:32,470
  580. Oh, aren't you little fur babies
  581. the cutest?
  582.  
  583. 129
  584. 00:07:34,260 --> 00:07:37,970
  585. I bet you two strays are dying
  586. for a dish of milk.
  587.  
  588. 130
  589. 00:07:38,060 --> 00:07:41,230
  590. [cats yowling, hissing]
  591.  
  592. 131
  593. 00:07:45,110 --> 00:07:47,570
  594. -[whispers] Where's Jimbo?
  595. -Back there?
  596.  
  597. 132
  598. 00:07:49,110 --> 00:07:50,320
  599. [doorbell rings]
  600.  
  601. 133
  602. 00:07:50,530 --> 00:07:52,860
  603. Ugh! It's probably people.
  604.  
  605. 134
  606. 00:07:54,410 --> 00:07:57,200
  607. Now's our chance.
  608. Let's go check that back room for Jim--
  609.  
  610. 135
  611. 00:07:59,120 --> 00:08:03,620
  612. I don't know if I can do this. Ahh!
  613. Scratch that. I can, but I don't want to.
  614.  
  615. 136
  616. 00:08:03,710 --> 00:08:07,210
  617. Just pull yourself together
  618. and don't make any sudden movements.
  619.  
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  621. 00:08:07,290 --> 00:08:09,300
  622. Sudden movements?
  623. But you just slapped me--
  624.  
  625. 138
  626. 00:08:09,380 --> 00:08:11,170
  627. Forget about it. Just blend in.
  628.  
  629. 139
  630. 00:08:12,720 --> 00:08:13,800
  631. Meow?
  632.  
  633. 140
  634. 00:08:15,760 --> 00:08:20,850
  635. Good morning, sir or... ma'am.
  636. Ma'am. So, um, never mind. Bye!
  637.  
  638. 141
  639. 00:08:20,930 --> 00:08:23,980
  640. Wendi, always a pleasure.
  641. Here's the lowdown.
  642.  
  643. 142
  644. 00:08:24,060 --> 00:08:26,650
  645. My son needs to help you
  646. with something around the house
  647.  
  648. 143
  649. 00:08:26,730 --> 00:08:29,360
  650. to earn his last
  651. Do-Good Trooper helmet sticker.
  652.  
  653. 144
  654. 00:08:29,440 --> 00:08:33,740
  655. It's very important to me.
  656. But to him as well.
  657.  
  658. 145
  659. 00:08:33,820 --> 00:08:35,910
  660. I'm busy, Janice. I've got cats.
  661.  
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  663. 00:08:35,990 --> 00:08:40,660
  664. And I respect that, but you know kids,
  665. how they just won't let go of that thing
  666.  
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  668. 00:08:40,740 --> 00:08:44,080
  669. they want more than anything,
  670. which is my Timmy here.
  671.  
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  673. 00:08:44,670 --> 00:08:45,750
  674. Ugh!
  675.  
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  677. 00:08:45,830 --> 00:08:48,170
  678. The sooner we start, the sooner we leave.
  679.  
  680. 150
  681. 00:08:48,920 --> 00:08:52,920
  682. Fine. Got a lot of stuff in the backyard
  683. I've been meaning to haul away.
  684.  
  685. 151
  686. 00:08:53,510 --> 00:08:58,100
  687. Would that be good enough for you?
  688. I mean, for your son Tim?
  689.  
  690. 152
  691. 00:08:58,180 --> 00:09:01,010
  692. Uh, the "outside-ier," the better.
  693.  
  694. 153
  695. 00:09:04,890 --> 00:09:06,270
  696. Have at it.
  697.  
  698. 154
  699. 00:09:08,810 --> 00:09:11,730
  700. [robot beeping, whirring]
  701.  
  702. 155
  703. 00:09:14,070 --> 00:09:17,530
  704. I used to be a little boy like you.
  705.  
  706. 156
  707. 00:09:19,830 --> 00:09:20,740
  708. [screams]
  709.  
  710. 157
  711. 00:09:23,000 --> 00:09:26,210
  712. -[screams]
  713. -Well, this was unexpected,
  714.  
  715. 158
  716. 00:09:26,290 --> 00:09:29,920
  717. but can't wait
  718. to get "McCrackin" on this, Wendi!
  719.  
  720. 159
  721. 00:09:30,000 --> 00:09:33,210
  722. House is off-limits.
  723. That's non-negotiable.
  724.  
  725. 160
  726. 00:09:33,300 --> 00:09:37,880
  727. Ring the bell when you're done.
  728. Or you could just leave. [chuckles]
  729.  
  730. 161
  731. 00:09:37,970 --> 00:09:41,010
  732. -Do that one.
  733. -You've got yourself a deal!
  734.  
  735. 162
  736. 00:09:41,100 --> 00:09:44,560
  737. Ugh! My fur babies don't like
  738. smelling other people.
  739.  
  740. 163
  741. 00:09:47,350 --> 00:09:52,440
  742. This'll be fun! Just think of it as one
  743. of your Dekker Moonboots adventures.
  744.  
  745. 164
  746. 00:09:52,520 --> 00:09:57,200
  747. Don't you get it, Mom? This is the metal
  748. she uses to turn kids into robots!
  749.  
  750. 165
  751. 00:09:57,280 --> 00:10:01,030
  752. This evil is everything
  753. Dekker Moonboots stands against!
  754.  
  755. 166
  756. 00:10:01,120 --> 00:10:03,740
  757. Tim, if you're trying
  758. to get out of doing some work,
  759.  
  760. 167
  761. 00:10:03,830 --> 00:10:05,750
  762. the scope of which I did not anticipate--
  763.  
  764. 168
  765. 00:10:05,830 --> 00:10:09,120
  766. I'm not, I swear!
  767. I just love my body the way it is.
  768.  
  769. 169
  770. 00:10:09,210 --> 00:10:13,250
  771. And that's a beautiful thing, Tim,
  772. but it's not an excuse.
  773.  
  774. 170
  775. 00:10:13,340 --> 00:10:15,210
  776. Grab some metal.
  777. You're building character.
  778.  
  779. 171
  780. 00:10:16,130 --> 00:10:16,970
  781. [sighs]
  782.  
  783. 172
  784. 00:10:19,930 --> 00:10:21,180
  785. [cats meowing]
  786.  
  787. 173
  788. 00:10:21,260 --> 00:10:23,890
  789. I'm getting the sense
  790. they don't believe we're cats.
  791.  
  792. 174
  793. 00:10:23,970 --> 00:10:26,770
  794. This is the only way
  795. we're gonna find and rescue Jimbo.
  796.  
  797. 175
  798. 00:10:26,850 --> 00:10:30,560
  799. We gotta make them believe. [grunting]
  800.  
  801. 176
  802. 00:10:30,650 --> 00:10:35,280
  803. [shrieking]
  804.  
  805. 177
  806. 00:10:35,360 --> 00:10:38,990
  807. Somebody has
  808. a lot of repressed hostility. Fine!
  809.  
  810. 178
  811. 00:10:40,070 --> 00:10:43,910
  812. [meowing]
  813.  
  814. 179
  815. 00:10:43,990 --> 00:10:45,080
  816. [chuckles]
  817.  
  818. 180
  819. 00:10:48,080 --> 00:10:48,910
  820. [groans]
  821.  
  822. 181
  823. 00:10:49,000 --> 00:10:52,630
  824. -[meowing]
  825. -[heaves, coughs]
  826.  
  827. 182
  828. 00:10:52,710 --> 00:10:55,210
  829. [continues coughing]
  830.  
  831. 183
  832. 00:10:55,380 --> 00:10:56,760
  833. Oh! Oh, that came out.
  834.  
  835. 184
  836. 00:11:00,840 --> 00:11:02,590
  837. Mondays. Am I right?
  838.  
  839. 185
  840. 00:11:03,430 --> 00:11:05,680
  841. It's all for Jimbo. It's all for Jimbo!
  842.  
  843. 186
  844. 00:11:06,470 --> 00:11:09,940
  845. [giggling]
  846.  
  847. 187
  848. 00:11:10,020 --> 00:11:13,270
  849. -Think they bought it?
  850. -After what you did to that litter box?
  851.  
  852. 188
  853. 00:11:13,360 --> 00:11:16,440
  854. -[mimics explosion]
  855. -I don't know what you think you saw,
  856.  
  857. 189
  858. 00:11:16,530 --> 00:11:20,200
  859. but I went in there strictly for show.
  860. [chuckles] Nothing happened.
  861.  
  862. 190
  863. 00:11:20,280 --> 00:11:21,780
  864. -[growling]
  865. -[Boss] We've been made!
  866.  
  867. 191
  868. 00:11:21,860 --> 00:11:26,830
  869. -I pooped in a box for nothing.
  870. -[cat growling]
  871.  
  872. 192
  873. 00:11:26,910 --> 00:11:29,040
  874. [sniffing]
  875.  
  876. 193
  877. 00:11:29,580 --> 00:11:31,120
  878. [snarling]
  879.  
  880. 194
  881. 00:11:33,250 --> 00:11:34,630
  882. We did it! We're in!
  883.  
  884. 195
  885. 00:11:34,710 --> 00:11:38,590
  886. Let's go get Jimbo! And never speak
  887. of that litter incident again.
  888.  
  889. 196
  890. 00:11:41,840 --> 00:11:45,050
  891. Too big. Safe from being robotomized.
  892.  
  893. 197
  894. 00:11:45,140 --> 00:11:48,220
  895. [grunts] Tim, that doesn't go on your arm.
  896.  
  897. 198
  898. 00:11:48,520 --> 00:11:49,930
  899. And it never will!
  900.  
  901. 199
  902. 00:11:50,310 --> 00:11:52,350
  903. Come on, back to work.
  904.  
  905. 200
  906. 00:11:56,360 --> 00:11:58,360
  907. [gasps, whimpers]
  908.  
  909. 201
  910. 00:11:58,480 --> 00:12:00,690
  911. [metal clinking]
  912.  
  913. 202
  914. 00:12:04,110 --> 00:12:10,540
  915. [cats meowing, hissing]
  916.  
  917. 203
  918. 00:12:13,620 --> 00:12:16,040
  919. [metal clinking]
  920.  
  921. 204
  922. 00:12:16,710 --> 00:12:19,500
  923. -Um...
  924. -[metal clinking]
  925.  
  926. 205
  927. 00:12:20,090 --> 00:12:21,920
  928. Some sort of musical performance?
  929.  
  930. 206
  931. 00:12:26,050 --> 00:12:27,260
  932. [gasps] Wait, look!
  933.  
  934. 207
  935. 00:12:30,810 --> 00:12:33,520
  936. -Jimbo!
  937. -Sorry, we have to cat fight now.
  938.  
  939. 208
  940. 00:12:33,940 --> 00:12:36,190
  941. -Did he say "cat fight"? [grunts]
  942. -[Jimbo yells]
  943.  
  944. 209
  945. 00:12:36,770 --> 00:12:39,020
  946. [grunts]
  947.  
  948. 210
  949. 00:12:42,190 --> 00:12:46,700
  950. [grunting] Tim, I'm going to give myself
  951. a hernia working for this sticker.
  952.  
  953. 211
  954. 00:12:46,780 --> 00:12:48,950
  955. Help me move... whatever this is.
  956.  
  957. 212
  958. 00:12:49,030 --> 00:12:51,040
  959. I think you mean "whoever."
  960.  
  961. 213
  962. 00:12:51,410 --> 00:12:55,790
  963. I think you mean "whomever," and I think
  964. you're not learning your lesson.
  965.  
  966. 214
  967. 00:12:58,170 --> 00:13:01,050
  968. Timmy, I know you have
  969. a powerful imagination,
  970.  
  971. 215
  972. 00:13:01,130 --> 00:13:03,550
  973. but I need you to remember
  974. why we're doing this.
  975.  
  976. 216
  977. 00:13:03,630 --> 00:13:05,840
  978. Because judging a book
  979. by its cover is wrong,
  980.  
  981. 217
  982. 00:13:05,930 --> 00:13:09,100
  983. because Mommy's head
  984. was and is of regulation size,
  985.  
  986. 218
  987. 00:13:09,180 --> 00:13:12,020
  988. and because you're the best, sweetest,
  989. most helpful little boy,
  990.  
  991. 219
  992. 00:13:12,100 --> 00:13:13,640
  993. and you deserve that sticker!
  994.  
  995. 220
  996. 00:13:13,730 --> 00:13:16,140
  997. So, what do you say? Should we go earn it?
  998.  
  999. 221
  1000. 00:13:17,980 --> 00:13:20,980
  1001. Hey, Timmy! Miss McCrackin is a nice...
  1002.  
  1003. 222
  1004. 00:13:21,070 --> 00:13:22,900
  1005. -[metal slicing]
  1006. -[Timmy grunting]
  1007.  
  1008. 223
  1009. 00:13:22,980 --> 00:13:24,860
  1010. -[grunts]
  1011. -[both gasp]
  1012.  
  1013. 224
  1014. 00:13:24,950 --> 00:13:27,070
  1015. [metal slicing]
  1016.  
  1017. 225
  1018. 00:13:30,080 --> 00:13:33,330
  1019. [whispers] I bet she's always wanted
  1020. a grown-up robot.
  1021.  
  1022. 226
  1023. 00:13:33,410 --> 00:13:37,290
  1024. [whimpers] Everything's normal,
  1025. normal, normal, normal.
  1026.  
  1027. 227
  1028. 00:13:38,120 --> 00:13:40,250
  1029. -[snarls]
  1030. -[grunts]
  1031.  
  1032. 228
  1033. 00:13:40,340 --> 00:13:44,130
  1034. -Jimbo, why are you doing this?
  1035. -It's the only way to stay alive in here.
  1036.  
  1037. 229
  1038. 00:13:44,210 --> 00:13:45,760
  1039. Kitties love violence.
  1040.  
  1041. 230
  1042. 00:13:46,010 --> 00:13:48,680
  1043. [Jimbo meowing]
  1044.  
  1045. 231
  1046. 00:13:48,760 --> 00:13:51,810
  1047. -[grunts]
  1048. -If we stop fighting, they'll kill us!
  1049.  
  1050. 232
  1051. 00:13:51,890 --> 00:13:54,720
  1052. Barely logical and incredibly asinine.
  1053. [grunts]
  1054.  
  1055. 233
  1056. 00:13:55,770 --> 00:13:57,480
  1057. Sure sounds like cat to me.
  1058.  
  1059. 234
  1060. 00:13:57,560 --> 00:14:01,270
  1061. Who cares what they want?
  1062. We found you. Let's just escape!
  1063.  
  1064. 235
  1065. 00:14:01,360 --> 00:14:03,980
  1066. I can't go, not without Gwendolyn!
  1067.  
  1068. 236
  1069. 00:14:04,400 --> 00:14:06,820
  1070. Dare I inquire who Gwendolyn is?
  1071.  
  1072. 237
  1073. 00:14:08,200 --> 00:14:12,280
  1074. -[meows]
  1075. -No. No! You did not get a prison pet!
  1076.  
  1077. 238
  1078. 00:14:12,370 --> 00:14:13,790
  1079. Jimbo, of all the mistakes!
  1080.  
  1081. 239
  1082. 00:14:13,870 --> 00:14:18,250
  1083. She's not a mistake! She's the one
  1084. who saved me when I first got here.
  1085.  
  1086. 240
  1087. 00:14:18,330 --> 00:14:19,710
  1088. She showed me their ways,
  1089.  
  1090. 241
  1091. 00:14:19,790 --> 00:14:23,090
  1092. got me into the cat-fighting circuit,
  1093. made them respect me.
  1094.  
  1095. 242
  1096. 00:14:23,170 --> 00:14:24,500
  1097. -[meowing]
  1098. -[grunting]
  1099.  
  1100. 243
  1101. 00:14:25,670 --> 00:14:29,590
  1102. We formed the everlasting
  1103. and unbreakable bond of baby and pet.
  1104.  
  1105. 244
  1106. 00:14:30,640 --> 00:14:34,930
  1107. -You've been in here, like, ten minutes!
  1108. -And they were magical!
  1109.  
  1110. 245
  1111. 00:14:35,390 --> 00:14:38,060
  1112. -[meows]
  1113. -[coughing]
  1114.  
  1115. 246
  1116. 00:14:38,140 --> 00:14:41,150
  1117. -Hairball or the prison pet thing?
  1118. -I don't know. Both?
  1119.  
  1120. 247
  1121. 00:14:41,230 --> 00:14:44,440
  1122. -Carry on.
  1123. -[coughing]
  1124.  
  1125. 248
  1126. 00:14:45,730 --> 00:14:46,610
  1127. [gasps]
  1128.  
  1129. 249
  1130. 00:14:48,950 --> 00:14:50,990
  1131. Kelly, is that you? It's Tim.
  1132.  
  1133. 250
  1134. 00:14:51,070 --> 00:14:54,830
  1135. I sat next to you in art.
  1136. We shared watercolors. Are you alive?
  1137.  
  1138. 251
  1139. 00:14:54,910 --> 00:14:58,250
  1140. Oh, Tim, you haven't cleaned up
  1141. any of this.
  1142.  
  1143. 252
  1144. 00:14:58,330 --> 00:15:02,330
  1145. We really need to get rid of this stuff
  1146. if you want that last sticker.
  1147.  
  1148. 253
  1149. 00:15:02,420 --> 00:15:04,710
  1150. This is bigger than stickers, Mom!
  1151.  
  1152. 254
  1153. 00:15:04,790 --> 00:15:08,800
  1154. It looks like Kelly, right?
  1155. She's been missing all summer.
  1156.  
  1157. 255
  1158. 00:15:08,880 --> 00:15:13,470
  1159. She went to camp. Can we please
  1160. just finish cleaning this dump?
  1161.  
  1162. 256
  1163. 00:15:13,550 --> 00:15:17,430
  1164. Well, maybe if you worked a little harder,
  1165. it wouldn't be such a dump.
  1166.  
  1167. 257
  1168. 00:15:17,520 --> 00:15:20,390
  1169. I-I didn't mean "dump" dump. [chuckles]
  1170.  
  1171. 258
  1172. 00:15:20,480 --> 00:15:25,480
  1173. Just a friendly reminder.
  1174. Keep your eyes on your own work, or else.
  1175.  
  1176. 259
  1177. 00:15:25,570 --> 00:15:28,190
  1178. Or else no sticker for Tim?
  1179.  
  1180. 260
  1181. 00:15:28,780 --> 00:15:29,990
  1182. Sure.
  1183.  
  1184. 261
  1185. 00:15:32,780 --> 00:15:37,700
  1186. Threatening another adult isn't a crime,
  1187. Janice. Except it is sort of, Janice.
  1188.  
  1189. 262
  1190. 00:15:38,160 --> 00:15:40,870
  1191. So, let's please stop talking
  1192. to Mommy about robots
  1193.  
  1194. 263
  1195. 00:15:40,960 --> 00:15:43,080
  1196. and really hustle, baby, okay?
  1197.  
  1198. 264
  1199. 00:15:43,880 --> 00:15:46,880
  1200. Are you really gonna choose
  1201. some kitten over us?
  1202.  
  1203. 265
  1204. 00:15:48,880 --> 00:15:49,710
  1205. Uh...
  1206.  
  1207. 266
  1208. 00:15:53,720 --> 00:15:58,220
  1209. I can't choose! I wanna save everybody!
  1210. I'm the nice one!
  1211.  
  1212. 267
  1213. 00:15:58,310 --> 00:15:59,350
  1214. [cats hissing]
  1215.  
  1216. 268
  1217. 00:15:59,430 --> 00:16:01,770
  1218. [Boss] They're getting restless.
  1219. We have to go, Jimbo.
  1220.  
  1221. 269
  1222. 00:16:01,850 --> 00:16:02,730
  1223. [Gwendolyn meows]
  1224.  
  1225. 270
  1226. 00:16:02,810 --> 00:16:05,400
  1227. [growling]
  1228.  
  1229. 271
  1230. 00:16:05,480 --> 00:16:06,560
  1231. [both gasp]
  1232.  
  1233. 272
  1234. 00:16:06,650 --> 00:16:11,490
  1235. [hissing, meowing]
  1236.  
  1237. 273
  1238. 00:16:11,570 --> 00:16:13,240
  1239. [meowing]
  1240.  
  1241. 274
  1242. 00:16:13,320 --> 00:16:18,160
  1243. -She wants us to follow her. Let's go.
  1244. -I don't take orders from a cat.
  1245.  
  1246. 275
  1247. 00:16:18,240 --> 00:16:19,120
  1248. -Whoa!
  1249. -Whoa!
  1250.  
  1251. 276
  1252. 00:16:19,200 --> 00:16:20,410
  1253. [yowling]
  1254.  
  1255. 277
  1256. 00:16:20,500 --> 00:16:21,870
  1257. [snarling]
  1258.  
  1259. 278
  1260. 00:16:25,420 --> 00:16:26,420
  1261. [grunts]
  1262.  
  1263. 279
  1264. 00:16:27,710 --> 00:16:32,090
  1265. -[meows]
  1266. -Ahh! This beast is trying to kill me!
  1267.  
  1268. 280
  1269. 00:16:32,170 --> 00:16:35,930
  1270. I don't know what's happening,
  1271. but I feel so alive!
  1272.  
  1273. 281
  1274. 00:16:37,300 --> 00:16:41,020
  1275. [sighs] We'll be back home for Dad's
  1276. famous pork and beans in no time.
  1277.  
  1278. 282
  1279. 00:16:41,100 --> 00:16:43,730
  1280. -Beans on everything. Yeah!
  1281. -[objects clattering]
  1282.  
  1283. 283
  1284. 00:16:43,810 --> 00:16:46,860
  1285. [Jimbo and Staci whimpering]
  1286.  
  1287. 284
  1288. 00:16:47,560 --> 00:16:49,150
  1289. [Boss screams]
  1290.  
  1291. 285
  1292. 00:16:49,730 --> 00:16:52,990
  1293. Danny Petrosky was right. She does
  1294. steal kids and turn them into robots!
  1295.  
  1296. 286
  1297. 00:16:53,070 --> 00:16:57,070
  1298. Honey, Danny Petrosky is a liar
  1299. and a moron. I'm sorry, but it's true.
  1300.  
  1301. 287
  1302. 00:16:57,160 --> 00:16:58,660
  1303. And now, she's got the baby!
  1304.  
  1305. 288
  1306. 00:16:58,740 --> 00:17:02,950
  1307. What? Tim, what--?
  1308. The baby's napping. You're acting crazy.
  1309.  
  1310. 289
  1311. 00:17:03,040 --> 00:17:06,620
  1312. I've got to stop that evil robot lady.
  1313. It's what Dekker Moonboots would do.
  1314.  
  1315. 290
  1316. 00:17:06,710 --> 00:17:08,960
  1317. Dekker Moonboots would listen
  1318. to his mother!
  1319.  
  1320. 291
  1321. 00:17:09,040 --> 00:17:11,210
  1322. -Don't you dare go in that house!
  1323. -Sorry, Mom.
  1324.  
  1325. 292
  1326. 00:17:11,300 --> 00:17:14,880
  1327. Also, if you wanna follow and make sure
  1328. everyone's okay and alive, that'd be nice.
  1329.  
  1330. 293
  1331. 00:17:14,970 --> 00:17:17,890
  1332. [gasps] Timothy Leslie!
  1333.  
  1334. 294
  1335. 00:17:17,970 --> 00:17:20,430
  1336. -[Gwendolyn meows]
  1337. -[Boss grunting]
  1338.  
  1339. 295
  1340. 00:17:22,020 --> 00:17:23,560
  1341. -[Gwendolyn meows]
  1342. -[grunts]
  1343.  
  1344. 296
  1345. 00:17:23,640 --> 00:17:26,230
  1346. That's Italian silk, you savage!
  1347.  
  1348. 297
  1349. 00:17:28,270 --> 00:17:29,150
  1350. Blech!
  1351.  
  1352. 298
  1353. 00:17:30,610 --> 00:17:31,520
  1354. [meows]
  1355.  
  1356. 299
  1357. 00:17:33,440 --> 00:17:37,110
  1358. You made an exit tunnel?
  1359. Gwendolyn, you saved everybody!
  1360.  
  1361. 300
  1362. 00:17:37,410 --> 00:17:42,370
  1363. [McCrackin in slow-motion]
  1364. Here, kitty, kitty.
  1365.  
  1366. 301
  1367. 00:17:42,450 --> 00:17:43,790
  1368. -[Gwendolyn meows]
  1369. -[Boss grunts]
  1370.  
  1371. 302
  1372. 00:17:43,870 --> 00:17:47,670
  1373. There's a big, fluffy kitty for Mama.
  1374.  
  1375. 303
  1376. 00:17:48,170 --> 00:17:52,460
  1377. Time for you to come upstairs with me now.
  1378. Won't that be fun?
  1379.  
  1380. 304
  1381. 00:17:52,840 --> 00:17:54,510
  1382. Oh, that's a shame.
  1383.  
  1384. 305
  1385. 00:17:55,630 --> 00:17:57,090
  1386. Okay, exit tunnel time!
  1387.  
  1388. 306
  1389. 00:17:57,880 --> 00:18:00,430
  1390. -Um...
  1391. -We can't leave without her!
  1392.  
  1393. 307
  1394. 00:18:00,510 --> 00:18:04,220
  1395. Jimbo, these crazy killer kitties
  1396. are gonna find us any second.
  1397.  
  1398. 308
  1399. 00:18:04,310 --> 00:18:06,430
  1400. We have to get outta here... now!
  1401.  
  1402. 309
  1403. 00:18:06,520 --> 00:18:10,770
  1404. But she just saved our lives.
  1405. She saved yours two times.
  1406.  
  1407. 310
  1408. 00:18:11,360 --> 00:18:15,490
  1409. With all due respect, embarrassing,
  1410. but he does have a point.
  1411.  
  1412. 311
  1413. 00:18:15,780 --> 00:18:19,610
  1414. Ugh! Sort of. I could've gotten away
  1415. on my own. Probably.
  1416.  
  1417. 312
  1418. 00:18:19,700 --> 00:18:23,030
  1419. -So, it's only right that we...
  1420. -Send her a proper thank you card?
  1421.  
  1422. 313
  1423. 00:18:24,040 --> 00:18:26,330
  1424. Ugh! Fine. Yes, we'll go save her.
  1425.  
  1426. 314
  1427. 00:18:26,620 --> 00:18:30,250
  1428. -The same way she saved you.
  1429. -[chuckles]
  1430.  
  1431. 315
  1432. 00:18:30,330 --> 00:18:34,750
  1433. Saved by a cat. Comedy and danger.
  1434. Today's been a real roller coaster.
  1435.  
  1436. 316
  1437. 00:18:37,090 --> 00:18:39,590
  1438. How are we gonna get past all those cats?
  1439.  
  1440. 317
  1441. 00:18:40,390 --> 00:18:43,430
  1442. I have an inside-the-box idea.
  1443.  
  1444. 318
  1445. 00:18:45,720 --> 00:18:47,640
  1446. -[cat meows]
  1447. -[cat shrieks]
  1448.  
  1449. 319
  1450. 00:18:50,850 --> 00:18:53,190
  1451. [cats snarling, yowling]
  1452.  
  1453. 320
  1454. 00:19:08,620 --> 00:19:11,830
  1455. [Tim] No. Too late.
  1456.  
  1457. 321
  1458. 00:19:12,630 --> 00:19:16,590
  1459. -Baby... robotomized!
  1460. -[Boss] Templeton!
  1461.  
  1462. 322
  1463. 00:19:18,010 --> 00:19:19,010
  1464. You're not a robot!
  1465.  
  1466. 323
  1467. 00:19:19,090 --> 00:19:21,260
  1468. -What?
  1469. -We're looking for Gwendolyn.
  1470.  
  1471. 324
  1472. 00:19:21,340 --> 00:19:23,050
  1473. -Who?
  1474. -[Gwendolyn meows]
  1475.  
  1476. 325
  1477. 00:19:23,140 --> 00:19:26,220
  1478. [licking, coughing]
  1479.  
  1480. 326
  1481. 00:19:26,310 --> 00:19:27,850
  1482. What?
  1483.  
  1484. 327
  1485. 00:19:36,820 --> 00:19:38,230
  1486. Do not judge me.
  1487.  
  1488. 328
  1489. 00:19:38,320 --> 00:19:40,570
  1490. -Mom!
  1491. -[Gwendolyn meows]
  1492.  
  1493. 329
  1494. 00:19:41,910 --> 00:19:43,450
  1495. Tim, what--? [gasps]
  1496.  
  1497. 330
  1498. 00:19:43,530 --> 00:19:45,620
  1499. -[cat meowing]
  1500. -[device whirring]
  1501.  
  1502. 331
  1503. 00:19:46,280 --> 00:19:47,330
  1504. [cash register dinging]
  1505.  
  1506. 332
  1507. 00:19:47,410 --> 00:19:50,460
  1508. -[Mom] Wendi?
  1509. -Janice! Uh, I can explain this.
  1510.  
  1511. 333
  1512. 00:19:51,250 --> 00:19:52,750
  1513. [retching]
  1514.  
  1515. 334
  1516. 00:19:52,830 --> 00:19:58,300
  1517. Those sweaters you gave me...
  1518. they're cat hair?
  1519.  
  1520. 335
  1521. 00:19:58,880 --> 00:20:03,970
  1522. I wore them to Thanksgiving, around food!
  1523. You said they were cashmere!
  1524.  
  1525. 336
  1526. 00:20:04,050 --> 00:20:08,350
  1527. I clearly said "cat schmear."
  1528. You heard what you wanted.
  1529.  
  1530. 337
  1531. 00:20:08,430 --> 00:20:12,140
  1532. -[police siren wailing]
  1533. -Admit it, your wife loved my sweaters!
  1534.  
  1535. 338
  1536. 00:20:12,230 --> 00:20:13,100
  1537. Loved the--
  1538.  
  1539. 339
  1540. 00:20:14,400 --> 00:20:16,940
  1541. Turns out Miss McCrackin's
  1542. been selling cat hair sweaters
  1543.  
  1544. 340
  1545. 00:20:17,020 --> 00:20:19,230
  1546. at cashmere prices for years.
  1547.  
  1548. 341
  1549. 00:20:19,320 --> 00:20:21,690
  1550. Wow! And we were the ones who busted her?
  1551.  
  1552. 342
  1553. 00:20:21,780 --> 00:20:24,490
  1554. -It was all you, sweetie.
  1555. -It's just too bad
  1556.  
  1557. 343
  1558. 00:20:24,570 --> 00:20:28,120
  1559. that I couldn't actually help her and get
  1560. that final Neighborhood Service sticker.
  1561.  
  1562. 344
  1563. 00:20:28,200 --> 00:20:31,370
  1564. You're a Lowly Apprentice Do-Good Trooper?
  1565.  
  1566. 345
  1567. 00:20:32,330 --> 00:20:36,040
  1568. On your way to Lofty Squire
  1569. Do-Good Trooper? [chuckles]
  1570.  
  1571. 346
  1572. 00:20:36,130 --> 00:20:39,210
  1573. Well, son, you've done more good
  1574. for the neighborhood
  1575.  
  1576. 347
  1577. 00:20:39,300 --> 00:20:42,260
  1578. than any police officer that I ever knew.
  1579.  
  1580. 348
  1581. 00:20:42,340 --> 00:20:43,680
  1582. That's troubling.
  1583.  
  1584. 349
  1585. 00:20:45,180 --> 00:20:47,390
  1586. This is awesome! We did it, Mom!
  1587.  
  1588. 350
  1589. 00:20:47,470 --> 00:20:51,140
  1590. So, lesson learned.
  1591. Never judge a book by its cover,
  1592.  
  1593. 351
  1594. 00:20:51,220 --> 00:20:55,600
  1595. even if it turns out the book is even
  1596. creepier and weirder on the inside.
  1597.  
  1598. 352
  1599. 00:20:55,690 --> 00:20:58,360
  1600. Just read a few pages anyway to be sure.
  1601.  
  1602. 353
  1603. 00:20:58,440 --> 00:21:00,900
  1604. Is any of this helping?
  1605. I'm a good mom, right?
  1606.  
  1607. 354
  1608. 00:21:01,820 --> 00:21:04,110
  1609. -I like your head.
  1610. -Thanks, kiddo.
  1611.  
  1612. 355
  1613. 00:21:05,240 --> 00:21:08,160
  1614. [police siren wailing]
  1615.  
  1616. 356
  1617. 00:21:08,240 --> 00:21:11,700
  1618. Oh, Gwendolyn, you're the best pet
  1619. a baby could have.
  1620.  
  1621. 357
  1622. 00:21:11,790 --> 00:21:17,000
  1623. And we'll be together forever
  1624. and ever and ever and ever and ever...
  1625.  
  1626. 358
  1627. 00:21:17,080 --> 00:21:22,170
  1628. -Do you wanna tell him or should I?
  1629. -[sighs] Part of being the boss. Jimbo.
  1630.  
  1631. 359
  1632. 00:21:22,260 --> 00:21:23,590
  1633. -...and ev--
  1634. -[meows]
  1635.  
  1636. 360
  1637. 00:21:24,420 --> 00:21:28,800
  1638. -[blabbering incoherently]
  1639. -You can't have a pet, Jimbo.
  1640.  
  1641. 361
  1642. 00:21:28,890 --> 00:21:31,560
  1643. While this little fur ball
  1644. has certainly proven her worth,
  1645.  
  1646. 362
  1647. 00:21:31,640 --> 00:21:33,060
  1648. she's from the other side.
  1649.  
  1650. 363
  1651. 00:21:33,140 --> 00:21:36,140
  1652. You understand? I'm sorry.
  1653. It's just the way it is right now.
  1654.  
  1655. 364
  1656. 00:21:36,230 --> 00:21:37,810
  1657. The stakes are too high.
  1658.  
  1659. 365
  1660. 00:21:37,900 --> 00:21:42,780
  1661. That was a very polite way of telling him
  1662. that this is gross and unacceptable.
  1663.  
  1664. 366
  1665. 00:21:45,360 --> 00:21:47,660
  1666. [meowing]
  1667.  
  1668. 367
  1669. 00:21:50,910 --> 00:21:54,410
  1670. Gwendolyn!
  1671.  
  1672. 368
  1673. 00:21:59,630 --> 00:22:03,210
  1674. -[snarling]
  1675. -Darn this mangy kitten! Darn it to heck!
  1676.  
  1677. 369
  1678. 00:22:03,300 --> 00:22:06,090
  1679. Why is it always the last one
  1680. that puts up the biggest fight?
  1681.  
  1682. 370
  1683. 00:22:06,170 --> 00:22:11,350
  1684. -There, there, now.
  1685. -Wow! You must have the magic touch.
  1686.  
  1687. 371
  1688. 00:22:11,430 --> 00:22:14,930
  1689. I have always had a special fondness
  1690. for kitty cats.
  1691.  
  1692. 372
  1693. 00:22:15,270 --> 00:22:20,020
  1694. You know, looks like you have your van
  1695. and your hands mighty full.
  1696.  
  1697. 373
  1698. 00:22:20,100 --> 00:22:24,070
  1699. Would you mind if I took this one?
  1700. Seems to have taken a real shine to me.
  1701.  
  1702. 374
  1703. 00:22:24,150 --> 00:22:29,160
  1704. -Uh, strange lanky man, he's all yours.
  1705. -[vehicle door closes]
  1706.  
  1707. 375
  1708. 00:22:31,740 --> 00:22:37,160
  1709. Yes, he is. Yes, yes, you are.
  1710.  
  1711. 376
  1712. 00:22:37,250 --> 00:22:40,290
  1713. [cackles]
  1714.  
  1715. 377
  1716. 00:22:41,380 --> 00:22:42,500
  1717. [theme song playing]
  1718.  
  1719. 378
  1720. 00:23:03,230 --> 00:23:05,570
  1721. ♪ Boss Baby ♪
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