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TLC ny kanal i Com Hems analoga grundutbud

Den 15 januari 2014 lanserades TLC i Com Hems analoga grundutbud. Kanalen blev även tillgänglig digitalt i Com Hems minsta programpaket TiVo Bas och alla större paket.

TLC är en underhållningskanal som präglas av spektakulära dokumentärer och gripande historier om vanliga människor. Det är på TLC du träffar färgstarka personligheter, smakar på otroliga bakverk och löser kittlande kriminalgåtor. TLC fyller med sitt livsstilsfokus ett tomrum i Com Hems annars så breda grundutbud.

Digitalt finner du kanalen på kanalplats 16. För de hushåll som nu får tillgång till den analogt behövs en kanalsökning.

Mobil störningen på Umedalen

Hej.

Jag upptäckte idag att jag saknat täckning på min mobil.

Jag hittade detta när jag skulle felanmäla problemet.

Ärende: 1301919
Beskrivning:Störningens centrum ligger utanför kartbilden dvs Umedalen.
Det förekommer störningar på talsamtal via 3G samt videosamtal i området. Medför även reducerad hastighet för mobila datatjänster.

Inträffat:
2013-09-18 12:47

Beräknad klartid:
2013-09-23 13:00

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Info efter helgen händelser

Vi i Styrelsen beklagar det som hänt under helgen och hoppas alla mår bra. Vi kommer att under Måndagen att lösa det problem som uppstått.

Vi kommer tillsvidare att utnyttja Cykelförrådet som Soprum. Vi kommer att beställa nya kärl och byta lås. Vårt försäkring bolag och OCAB är kontaktad.

Vi kommer att ge ut ett extra infoblad i frågan. Mer information kommer att presenteras när vi vet mer.

MVH Styrelsen.

Ny hemsida på gång

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(♪♪♪)

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Subtitles by explosiveskull
‎‭♥‏‏ Colored by novabros‏‏‏‎

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SARAH: Fear.

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Fear is something
that everyone experiences.

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Fear is a feeling
that we all know.

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For me, a fear
that shaped my life was…

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(SIGHS)

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God, that sucks.

9
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(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

10
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(SIGHS)

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“Recount a time
when you faced a fear,

12
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challenge or failure.

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How did it define you,
or how did you overcome it?”

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(♪♪♪)

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(RATTLING)

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Hello?

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Hello?

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(ROARS)
(YELPS)

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(LAUGHING)

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Tyler What are you doing?

21
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Are you crazy?
My mom is gonna hear you.

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You see this mask?

23
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Got it on sale.

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Very scary.

25
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Sorry.
I was in the neighborhood.

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– I texted you like 10 times.
– I told you my phone’s off.

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If I miss this deadline,
I don’t get into Columbia.

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You’ll be here with me
the next four years.

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Consider me your safety school.
Close by, good parties…

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Oh, really. Do you also offer
a creative-writing program?

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Oh, I’m super creative.
Look, I got you a care package.

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– Pringles. And a little bit of Red Bull.
– Heh.

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– Thank you.
– You’re welcome.

34
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(DOOR OPENS)

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You are so busted.

36
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– So, so busted.
– I’ve got it.

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Mom,
this is not what it looks like.

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KATHY: No, I know what it is.
I heard the entire thing.

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Do people
not whisper anymore?

40
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“Hey, I brought Pringles
and Red Bull.”

41
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“You better be quiet
’cause my mom will hear us.”

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(KATHY STAMPS FEET)

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Tyler, go home.

44
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Okay.
Uh, just to clarify,

45
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do you mean back out the window
or out the front?

46
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Okay, I’ll use the window.

47
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Sorry, Sarah,
I’ll see you tomorrow.

48
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Ooh! I’m good.

49
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Ah! Still good!

50
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– Go to bed.
– Mom, I can explain.

51
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We’ll discuss this
in the morning.

52
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– Sam is gonna love this.
– You go to bed too.

53
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– What’d I do?
– I don’t need a wingman.

54
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– Okay. Going to bed.
– Hmph.

55
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(DOOR CLOSES)

56
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(♪♪♪)

57
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Ow.

58
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You need to stop
electrocuting yourself

59
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– and eat your breakfast.
– Mom, this is due tomorrow,

60
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and it’s worth 50 percent
of my grade.

61
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How about you eat 50 percent
of your eggs?

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(POWER WHINES)

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Sonny, seriously?

64
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Sorry. I’m getting close.

65
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(DOORBELL RINGING)

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Coming.

67
00:04:59,597 –> 00:05:02,031
Coming!

68
00:05:02,033 –> 00:05:03,532
Morning, Ms. Quinn.

69
00:05:03,534 –> 00:05:05,367
– Good morning, Sam.
– How you doing?

70
00:05:05,369 –> 00:05:07,804
MAN: Kathy! Thank
you for taking Sam.

71
00:05:07,806 –> 00:05:10,073
We’ll be back in three days.
We owe you.

72
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You definitely do.

73
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(HORN HONKS)
(CHUCKLING)

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Sonny!
Grab your backpack.

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Sarah, let’s go!
I’ve got an errand to run

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– on the way to school.
SARAH: Coming!

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My condolences on your bust
last night.

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Good thing I’m here,
in case any other dudes

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try to climb
through your window.

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Sonny. I’m gonna kill you.

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Kill him in the car.
Okay Go, go, go.

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Halloween with pumpkins
And mice

83
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Halloween, it’s so nice

84
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Halloween

85
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– Faster, faster.
With pumpkins and mice

86
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Hey, Kathy.
Hey, kids. Heh, heh.

87
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Mr. Chu.

88
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Wow, you practically got
a theme park here.

89
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Check this out.

90
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(WHIRRING)

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Oh, my… Oh! Whoa!

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(CHUCKLING)
It’s like being in the movies!

93
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I’m gonna have these puppies
up and running in no time.

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You know, for the kids.

95
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– Ha-ha-ha. Okay.
– All right. Bye.

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He doesn’t actually have kids,
does he?

97
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No, he does not.

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Ooh!

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(♪♪♪)

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All right, everybody,
let’s make this quick.

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You can each pick out a pumpkin
to carve if you want to,

102
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but meet me at
the register in five minutes,

103
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– all right?
– Okay.

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Alrighty.

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Right here Really?

106
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Yes, here. Everywhere.
It’s called marketing.

107
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Anything you wanna
say to me?

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Mom… Mom, I was
working all night. I swear.

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I swear,
Tyler just snuck over and…

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I’ve just been so stuck
on this essay…

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You’re a great writer.
You always have been.

112
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When you have to sum up
your whole life in one essay,

113
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it all just sounds so…

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unimpressive.

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Honey. I think you’re very
impressive and very capable.

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You do?

117
00:07:02,992 –> 00:07:04,324
Thank you.

118
00:07:04,326 –> 00:07:05,692
I do.

119
00:07:05,694 –> 00:07:07,928
Which is why I need you
to watch Sonny and Sam

120
00:07:07,930 –> 00:07:09,696
this week
while I’m working doubles.

121
00:07:09,698 –> 00:07:12,065
Mom! No!
My essay is due Friday.

122
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Sonny’s bigger than me.
He doesn’t need a babysitter.

123
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Ha, ha. Have you seen what he
blows up when he’s supervised?

124
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Hon, I know you’re focused
on getting out of here.

125
00:07:21,844 –> 00:07:23,877
But if I don’t cover
these shifts at work,

126
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I could lose my job.

127
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I need to know
I can count on you.

128
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Okay. Fine.

129
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– Really?
– Yes, really.

130
00:07:36,559 –> 00:07:40,795
Well, you have earned yourself
some corn cushions, little lady.

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Really Mom.

132
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(BEEPS)

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You’re looking real nice today.

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Thank you. Heh, heh.
Blue is very in this year.

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– I see you got the memo.
– I guess we’re in the know.

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(BOTH CHUCKLE)

137
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Okay. Hey, you know,
the adult diapers

138
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are 2-for-1
if you wanna grab another.

139
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– I just need one today.
– Okay. All right.

140
00:08:01,085 –> 00:08:03,419
I don’t need them.
They’re for the nursing home

141
00:08:03,421 –> 00:08:04,820
– where I work.
– Of course.

142
00:08:04,822 –> 00:08:07,089
– I… I don’t… Heh, heh.
– Hey, no judgment.

143
00:08:07,091 –> 00:08:09,758
– Um, okay. Heh, heh.
– I use a toilet. Heh, heh.

144
00:08:09,760 –> 00:08:13,929
All right. Well, hopefully,
I’ll, uh, see you around soon.

145
00:08:13,931 –> 00:08:16,732
Yeah. Yeah.
Thanks for checking me out.

146
00:08:16,734 –> 00:08:19,235
Ringing up my purchases.
You know.

147
00:08:19,237 –> 00:08:20,869
Yes. Yeah. Well, both.

148
00:08:20,871 –> 00:08:23,472
– Yeah. Heh.
– I’ll just get my diapers and go.

149
00:08:23,474 –> 00:08:24,740
Yeah.

150
00:08:24,742 –> 00:08:25,976
Happy Halloween!

151
00:08:25,978 –> 00:08:28,044
(SCHOOL BELL RINGS)

152
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(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

153
00:08:31,950 –> 00:08:33,283
BOY: Yeah, I can help you.

154
00:08:33,285 –> 00:08:34,584
GIRL: Hey, wait up!

155
00:08:34,586 –> 00:08:36,555
(GIRLS GIGGLING)
(BOYS LAUGHING)

156
00:08:38,323 –> 00:08:40,657
Oh, dude,
science fair sign-ups.

157
00:08:40,659 –> 00:08:42,692
If I can just get
my Tesla Tower to work,

158
00:08:42,694 –> 00:08:44,127
easily win. It’d be so cool.

159
00:08:44,129 –> 00:08:45,996
What do you mean?
You’re already cool.

160
00:08:45,998 –> 00:08:49,300
We are treasure hunters.
People respect us around here.

161
00:08:49,302 –> 00:08:51,035
(LAUGHING)

162
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– Ew.
TOMMY: Hey, Junk Bros.

163
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SAM: Spit wads What are you, 9?

164
00:08:56,009 –> 00:08:57,675
What’d you say?

165
00:08:57,677 –> 00:08:59,810
(WHISPERING)
Sam, what are you doing?

166
00:08:59,812 –> 00:09:01,748
I got this.

167
00:09:06,652 –> 00:09:08,353
You know,

168
00:09:08,355 –> 00:09:11,423
we were gonna TP Principal
Harrison’s house tomorrow night.

169
00:09:11,425 –> 00:09:13,258
But now,
I think I’m just gonna spend

170
00:09:13,260 –> 00:09:15,260
the whole night
chasing you guys around.

171
00:09:15,262 –> 00:09:18,196
Hey. Boys,
move it or you’re tardy.

172
00:09:18,198 –> 00:09:19,797
Of course, Ms. Hoover.

173
00:09:19,799 –> 00:09:22,434
I was just extolling
to my good friends Sam and Sonny

174
00:09:22,436 –> 00:09:24,970
my deep love for homework
and all things learning.

175
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Get to class.

176
00:09:30,778 –> 00:09:32,012
Yeah.

177
00:09:32,946 –> 00:09:34,980
What a jerk.

178
00:09:34,982 –> 00:09:36,581
I’d like to check
this book out, please.

179
00:09:36,583 –> 00:09:38,384
And you are…?

180
00:09:38,386 –> 00:09:40,386
Tyler Mitchell.

181
00:09:40,388 –> 00:09:43,922
Okay, Tyler Mitchell.

182
00:09:43,924 –> 00:09:46,325
Oh. Yeah, you have four books

183
00:09:46,327 –> 00:09:48,760
you haven’t returned
since sophomore year.

184
00:09:48,762 –> 00:09:50,729
And your account is frozen.

185
00:09:50,731 –> 00:09:51,998
Damn.

186
00:09:52,000 –> 00:09:53,933
It’s gonna cost 40 bucks
to unfreeze it.

187
00:09:53,935 –> 00:09:55,902
I just spent it
on tickets for us

188
00:09:55,904 –> 00:09:57,937
to see DJ Bisky
at the Den tonight.

189
00:09:57,939 –> 00:10:00,239
You have to come.
You can’t say no.

190
00:10:00,241 –> 00:10:02,509
My way of saying sorry
for getting you busted.

191
00:10:02,511 –> 00:10:04,744
I-I can’t.
My mom is making me

192
00:10:04,746 –> 00:10:07,514
watch my stupid brother
all week and his friend…

193
00:10:07,516 –> 00:10:10,150
Come on. Don’t wait for college
to start having fun.

194
00:10:10,152 –> 00:10:11,552
Show starts at 8.

195
00:10:11,554 –> 00:10:14,654
Get your brother
a babysitter.

196
00:10:14,656 –> 00:10:16,258
(♪♪♪)

197
00:10:21,097 –> 00:10:24,266
Okay. Sam, what do you think?

198
00:10:25,267 –> 00:10:27,434
Nice. Looks just like you.

199
00:10:27,436 –> 00:10:28,804
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

200
00:10:31,107 –> 00:10:32,576
Hello.

201
00:10:34,276 –> 00:10:36,743
Yeah. Yeah, you’re speaking
to a Junk Brother.

202
00:10:36,745 –> 00:10:39,613
Yes, ma’am. This afternoon?

203
00:10:39,615 –> 00:10:41,748
Let me check with my associate.

204
00:10:41,750 –> 00:10:43,750
– Hang up on her.
– This is our opportunity.

205
00:10:43,752 –> 00:10:45,819
– We’re too busy. Stop it.
– We’re doing this.

206
00:10:45,821 –> 00:10:48,490
I have my Tesla Tower project,
I have algebra. No way.

207
00:10:48,492 –> 00:10:50,492
– Fine, fine, fine! Whatever.
– Sam.

208
00:10:50,494 –> 00:10:52,095
All right. Fine.

209
00:10:53,497 –> 00:10:56,231
You are in luck.
Yeah, we can squeeze you in.

210
00:10:56,233 –> 00:10:59,267
24 Ashley Lane?

211
00:10:59,269 –> 00:11:00,835
No, no problem. No problem.

212
00:11:00,837 –> 00:11:04,174
Yeah. Fear not, ma’am.
Junk is our middle name.

213
00:11:05,343 –> 00:11:06,808
(PHONE BEEPS)

214
00:11:06,810 –> 00:11:09,211
“Junk is our…”?
Do you even hear yourself?

215
00:11:09,213 –> 00:11:12,982
Get your shoes on.
It’s time to get rich!

216
00:11:12,984 –> 00:11:15,151
I already have my shoes on.

217
00:11:15,153 –> 00:11:17,088
(♪♪♪)

218
00:11:37,342 –> 00:11:40,544
I guess this is it.
24 Ashley Lane.

219
00:11:40,546 –> 00:11:43,046
Twenty-four is the number
of people murdered here.

220
00:11:43,048 –> 00:11:44,813
All right, Sonny.

221
00:11:44,815 –> 00:11:46,449
Let’s do this.

222
00:11:46,451 –> 00:11:48,353
(CROW CAWING)

223
00:11:57,729 –> 00:12:00,600
Hey. I don’t like the way
those things are looking at us.

224
00:12:03,636 –> 00:12:06,939
We’re treasure hunters, Sonny,
remember. Come on.

225
00:12:20,153 –> 00:12:21,754
(DOOR CREAKS)

226
00:12:27,060 –> 00:12:28,395
Hello?

227
00:12:38,339 –> 00:12:39,506
SONNY: Some treasure.

228
00:12:41,442 –> 00:12:43,310
This place
is definitely haunted.

229
00:12:46,947 –> 00:12:50,182
Dude, there’s more stuff
over here. Come on.

230
00:12:50,184 –> 00:12:53,118
This room’s
even worse.

231
00:12:53,120 –> 00:12:55,287
Come on, Sonny,
it’s not that bad.

232
00:12:55,289 –> 00:12:57,425
There is nothing
to be afraid of.

233
00:12:58,360 –> 00:13:00,360
(BOTH YELL)

234
00:13:00,362 –> 00:13:01,730
(CLEARS THROAT)

235
00:13:06,401 –> 00:13:08,468
SAM: Who stuffs a cat?

236
00:13:08,470 –> 00:13:11,006
How much are they paying us
for this?

237
00:13:12,741 –> 00:13:14,540
(GRUNTS)

238
00:13:14,542 –> 00:13:16,609
Can’t believe you said
we’d work for free.

239
00:13:16,611 –> 00:13:18,278
Not for free.
The lady said

240
00:13:18,280 –> 00:13:20,413
we could keep any junk
we don’t throw away.

241
00:13:20,415 –> 00:13:22,549
Some of that stuff
can have monetary value.

242
00:13:22,551 –> 00:13:24,685
You know what else
has monetary value, Sam?

243
00:13:24,687 –> 00:13:27,222
– Actual money.
– Just start cleaning. Come on.

244
00:13:30,959 –> 00:13:33,594
Found some more stuff
in the attic.

245
00:13:33,596 –> 00:13:36,766
SAM: Okay, what do we got?
– Maybe this is worth something.

246
00:13:40,436 –> 00:13:41,735
It’s stuck.

247
00:13:41,737 –> 00:13:43,272
(GRUNTING)

248
00:13:48,578 –> 00:13:50,480
(♪♪♪)

249
00:13:56,018 –> 00:13:58,320
Dude, I think
we just found a treasure chest!

250
00:13:58,322 –> 00:14:00,455
– Go get it.
– Jackpot!

251
00:14:00,457 –> 00:14:03,191
This is amazing.
It’s like a whole room in here.

252
00:14:03,193 –> 00:14:05,462
I told you.
We come here, we find treasure.

253
00:14:07,964 –> 00:14:10,365
Help me with this.
I bet this thing

254
00:14:10,367 –> 00:14:12,702
is filled with gold
and diamonds and Bitcoins.

255
00:14:12,704 –> 00:14:15,103
Uh, you know Bitcoins
are cryptocurrency, right?

256
00:14:15,105 –> 00:14:17,305
It’s not real coins,
it’s virtual coins.

257
00:14:17,307 –> 00:14:20,175
It’s really cool. It starts
with a process called mining…

258
00:14:20,177 –> 00:14:22,143
Stop being a nerd
for a second and help.

259
00:14:22,145 –> 00:14:24,179
– Yeah, sorry.
– Thank you. Here.

260
00:14:24,181 –> 00:14:27,785
All right. You ready?
Three, two, and…

261
00:14:31,356 –> 00:14:32,523
What?

262
00:14:36,594 –> 00:14:38,461
It’s locked.

263
00:14:38,463 –> 00:14:40,262
Who would lock a book?

264
00:14:40,264 –> 00:14:41,966
Here’s a key.

265
00:14:44,168 –> 00:14:45,635
(BOTH COUGH)

266
00:14:45,637 –> 00:14:47,671
Oh, man.

267
00:14:47,673 –> 00:14:49,374
(GROANS)
(SIGHS)

268
00:14:52,143 –> 00:14:54,176
SAM: Well, what’s in it?

269
00:14:54,178 –> 00:14:56,248
Nothing.
It’s just a beat-up old book.

270
00:14:57,915 –> 00:14:59,685
Doesn’t have a title page.

271
00:15:01,919 –> 00:15:04,321
– So much for treasure.
– Well, look.

272
00:15:04,323 –> 00:15:06,757
We still have all this stuff.
This is a good haul.

273
00:15:06,759 –> 00:15:08,258
Just grab the book anyway.

274
00:15:08,260 –> 00:15:10,427
– It’s gotta be worth something.
– Yeah.

275
00:15:10,429 –> 00:15:12,028
(GASPS)

276
00:15:12,030 –> 00:15:13,932
(♪♪♪)

277
00:15:15,100 –> 00:15:17,704
Sam. Sam, turn around.

278
00:15:19,071 –> 00:15:21,305
(GASPS)

279
00:15:21,307 –> 00:15:23,243
SAM: Where did that come from?

280
00:15:38,658 –> 00:15:42,061
“My name is Slappy.
What’s yours?”

281
00:15:45,365 –> 00:15:48,232
Wait, I think it says something
on the back.

282
00:15:48,234 –> 00:15:52,939
SONNY: “Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

283
00:15:56,477 –> 00:15:58,076
He’s so creepy.

284
00:15:58,078 –> 00:16:00,379
It’s kind of like he’s alive.

285
00:16:00,381 –> 00:16:02,080
I don’t think
anything’s been alive

286
00:16:02,082 –> 00:16:03,482
in this house
since that cat.

287
00:16:03,484 –> 00:16:05,617
I mean, look at this place.

288
00:16:05,619 –> 00:16:07,654
– But I’m alive now!
– Aah!

289
00:16:07,656 –> 00:16:10,055
Oh, Sonny, just give me a kiss.
Just one smooch.

290
00:16:10,057 –> 00:16:12,257
– That’s not funny.
– Yes, it is. It’s hilarious.

291
00:16:12,259 –> 00:16:14,326
It’s a business.
We’re running a business.

292
00:16:14,328 –> 00:16:15,662
Take this more seriously.

293
00:16:15,664 –> 00:16:17,397
It’s too easy, Sonny.
Come on, man.

294
00:16:17,399 –> 00:16:18,964
Hey, I’m taking him.

295
00:16:18,966 –> 00:16:20,966
SONNY: Don’t know why
you took that thing.

296
00:16:20,968 –> 00:16:23,101
– What do you mean He’s awesome.
– Whatever.

297
00:16:23,103 –> 00:16:26,773
TOMMY: Hey, it’s the Junk Sisters!

298
00:16:26,775 –> 00:16:28,475
Oh, great.

299
00:16:28,477 –> 00:16:30,977
Well, at least we know
our marketing’s working.

300
00:16:30,979 –> 00:16:33,781
No teacher around
to save you now.

301
00:16:33,783 –> 00:16:36,049
Hey, are you wearing
my old sweater

302
00:16:36,051 –> 00:16:37,283
from my grandma’s yard sale?

303
00:16:37,285 –> 00:16:38,551
(ALL LAUGH)

304
00:16:38,553 –> 00:16:39,689
Leave us alone.

305
00:16:41,056 –> 00:16:42,456
Okay.

306
00:16:42,458 –> 00:16:44,592
Give me back my sweater
and I’ll let you go.

307
00:16:44,594 –> 00:16:45,826
Really?

308
00:16:45,828 –> 00:16:47,430
Unless you want
your face punched.

309
00:16:50,266 –> 00:16:52,335
(SIGHING)
Whatever.

310
00:16:54,871 –> 00:16:56,138
And your box.

311
00:16:59,709 –> 00:17:03,277
Fine. Just take it.

312
00:17:03,279 –> 00:17:04,612
Yo, what we got?

313
00:17:04,614 –> 00:17:06,815
– What’s this?
– Let’s see. Old radio.

314
00:17:06,817 –> 00:17:09,183
BOY 1: Is that a ruler?
BOY 2: That’s a dog toy.

315
00:17:09,185 –> 00:17:11,553
A stupid book.

316
00:17:11,555 –> 00:17:13,320
Wow.

317
00:17:13,322 –> 00:17:15,857
Great business
you guys are running.

318
00:17:15,859 –> 00:17:17,792
Heh. Your turn.

319
00:17:17,794 –> 00:17:20,328
No. No,
I’m not giving you my box.

320
00:17:20,330 –> 00:17:23,465
Sam, just give it to him.
I like my face unpunched.

321
00:17:23,467 –> 00:17:25,536
No way.
We worked for this stuff.

322
00:17:26,603 –> 00:17:28,370
– Hey, Tommy!
TOMMY: Oh!

323
00:17:28,372 –> 00:17:30,105
– Look at that.
– Tommy, give him back!

324
00:17:30,107 –> 00:17:32,607
Want your doll You dress him up
when you get home?

325
00:17:32,609 –> 00:17:34,442
SAM: Tommy, this isn’t funny.

326
00:17:34,444 –> 00:17:35,579
SONNY: Sam…

327
00:17:37,114 –> 00:17:38,548
What the…?

328
00:17:38,550 –> 00:17:39,918
(SAM & SONNY LAUGH)

329
00:17:45,557 –> 00:17:46,724
What is going on?

330
00:17:48,226 –> 00:17:49,659
BOY 1: Tommy, pull up your pants!

331
00:17:49,661 –> 00:17:51,127
They’re stuck.

332
00:17:51,129 –> 00:17:53,362
Thank you very much.
Sonny, we need to go!

333
00:17:53,364 –> 00:17:57,166
Go! Go! Go! No, don’t touch
my underwear! God! Stop!

334
00:17:57,168 –> 00:18:00,102
No! Go get them!
No! Go get them!

335
00:18:00,104 –> 00:18:02,572
– Go!
– Okay, okay, okay!

336
00:18:02,574 –> 00:18:04,475
(♪♪♪)

337
00:18:10,015 –> 00:18:11,748
Better pedal faster!

338
00:18:11,750 –> 00:18:13,050
Oh, no.

339
00:18:13,052 –> 00:18:14,885
Come on,
don’t make it easy for us!

340
00:18:14,887 –> 00:18:16,118
We need to go!

341
00:18:16,120 –> 00:18:17,888
We’re gonna get you, man!

342
00:18:17,890 –> 00:18:19,291
They’re gaining on us!

343
00:18:21,360 –> 00:18:22,494
Faster!

344
00:18:26,599 –> 00:18:28,100
(ALL GRUNT)

345
00:18:31,537 –> 00:18:34,204
(ALL GROANING)

346
00:18:34,206 –> 00:18:37,075
– What just happened?
– I have no idea.

347
00:18:37,077 –> 00:18:40,044
Get back here, you two!

348
00:18:40,046 –> 00:18:42,914
Ah.
Why does this keep happening?

349
00:18:42,916 –> 00:18:45,416
Sarah!
You won’t believe what happened.

350
00:18:45,418 –> 00:18:47,185
You are never
going to believe this.

351
00:18:47,187 –> 00:18:49,420
We were in this crazy,
abandoned, creepy house

352
00:18:49,422 –> 00:18:51,789
and found this fireplace,
which had a cat on it I twisted.

353
00:18:51,791 –> 00:18:54,059
It went to a secret
compartment that opened.

354
00:18:54,061 –> 00:18:55,727
Then there was a treasure chest.

355
00:18:55,729 –> 00:18:58,897
Okay, but long story short,
we found…

356
00:18:58,899 –> 00:19:00,600
this guy!

357
00:19:02,168 –> 00:19:03,434
Th-this guy.

358
00:19:03,436 –> 00:19:05,738
This… guy.

359
00:19:05,740 –> 00:19:09,341
Wow. It’s like you’re actively
trying not to be cool.

360
00:19:09,343 –> 00:19:12,611
Here. Mom specifically said
you should fold the laundry.

361
00:19:12,613 –> 00:19:16,118
I’ll be in my room if you
need me, but do not need me.

362
00:19:20,655 –> 00:19:22,488
Hey, Sarah?

363
00:19:22,490 –> 00:19:25,591
This specifically says you are
supposed to fold the laundry.

364
00:19:25,593 –> 00:19:26,826
(DOOR CLOSES)

365
00:19:26,828 –> 00:19:28,094
Sarah.

366
00:19:28,096 –> 00:19:30,096
(POP MUSIC PLAYING
OVER SPEAKERS)

367
00:19:30,098 –> 00:19:31,765
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

368
00:19:31,767 –> 00:19:33,600
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

369
00:19:33,602 –> 00:19:40,340
I spend all the time
Waiting at night for you

370
00:19:40,342 –> 00:19:43,643
What am I doing?

371
00:19:43,645 –> 00:19:46,279
SONNY: We already banned jumping.

372
00:19:46,281 –> 00:19:49,616
SAM: I banned sucking, yet here you are.
Now, come on.

373
00:19:49,618 –> 00:19:52,752
Hey! Yes!

374
00:19:52,754 –> 00:19:54,187
Yes!

375
00:19:54,189 –> 00:19:55,655
It’s 4 to 1.
Why are you celebrating?

376
00:19:55,657 –> 00:19:57,792
Scoring is a reason
for celebration.

377
00:19:57,794 –> 00:19:59,894
SARAH: Bye, I’m leaving!

378
00:19:59,896 –> 00:20:02,496
– Where you going?
– Out. I’ll be back by 10.

379
00:20:02,498 –> 00:20:04,498
If Mom calls,
tell her I’m in the shower.

380
00:20:04,500 –> 00:20:07,068
You were gonna help me
with my science presentation.

381
00:20:07,070 –> 00:20:08,335
There’s two dummies
on the couch.

382
00:20:08,337 –> 00:20:09,570
Practice on one of them.

383
00:20:09,572 –> 00:20:11,338
Ouch.

384
00:20:11,340 –> 00:20:13,240
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

385
00:20:13,242 –> 00:20:15,179
(DANCE MUSIC PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS)

386
00:20:17,014 –> 00:20:18,916
(SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

387
00:20:44,142 –> 00:20:45,275
Tyler!

388
00:20:59,524 –> 00:21:01,793
(DANCE MUSIC FADES INTO BACKGROUND)

389
00:21:08,099 –> 00:21:11,002
(♪♪♪)

390
00:21:25,151 –> 00:21:26,317
(SIGHS)

391
00:21:36,462 –> 00:21:37,797
(ENGINE STARTS)

392
00:21:43,270 –> 00:21:45,604
SAM: All right, there we go.

393
00:21:48,809 –> 00:21:51,144
Okay. And…

394
00:21:53,312 –> 00:21:58,149
Sergeant, your orders
are to guard this porch.

395
00:21:58,151 –> 00:22:00,351
It was more than
a hundred years ago

396
00:22:00,353 –> 00:22:02,620
when Nikola Tesla
first lit up the sky

397
00:22:02,622 –> 00:22:04,256
over Wardenclyffe, New York.

398
00:22:04,258 –> 00:22:05,990
Tesla wanted to create a world

399
00:22:05,992 –> 00:22:07,826
where anything
could be transmitted

400
00:22:07,828 –> 00:22:09,327
through giant electric towers:

401
00:22:09,329 –> 00:22:13,531
Power, sound,
maybe even brain waves.

402
00:22:13,533 –> 00:22:16,501
It was like
the original Wi-Fi.

403
00:22:16,503 –> 00:22:20,840
But suddenly and mysteriously,
he shut down his lab in 1908.

404
00:22:20,842 –> 00:22:23,609
His tower
never lit up the sky again.

405
00:22:23,611 –> 00:22:24,844
Until…

406
00:22:24,846 –> 00:22:26,111
today!

407
00:22:26,113 –> 00:22:27,682
May I have a volunteer?

408
00:22:28,783 –> 00:22:30,783
You, sir, in the gray suit.

409
00:22:30,785 –> 00:22:34,355
Hold this
and prepare to be amazed.

410
00:22:35,990 –> 00:22:37,489
I present to you all:

411
00:22:37,491 –> 00:22:38,659
Tesla!

412
00:22:41,964 –> 00:22:43,298
(POWER WHINES)

413
00:22:45,033 –> 00:22:46,500
(SIGHS)

414
00:22:49,537 –> 00:22:51,605
Don’t give me that look.

415
00:22:51,607 –> 00:22:53,807
I’m trying
to bring back your tower.

416
00:22:53,809 –> 00:22:55,141
(♪♪♪)

417
00:22:55,143 –> 00:22:57,177
SLAPPY: Bravo.

418
00:22:57,179 –> 00:23:00,981
I, for one, think it’s
an electrifying presentation.

419
00:23:00,983 –> 00:23:02,718
(CACKLES)

420
00:23:05,053 –> 00:23:08,124
Sam. I’m not
gonna fall for that again.

421
00:23:09,825 –> 00:23:12,059
Ha-ha-ha. Very funny.

422
00:23:12,061 –> 00:23:13,727
It’s like a microphone?

423
00:23:13,729 –> 00:23:16,429
You’re talking through
your cell phone or something?

424
00:23:16,431 –> 00:23:19,200
Sam.
Sam, it’s a stupid prank.

425
00:23:19,202 –> 00:23:21,738
You ever heard
of personal space Mm!

426
00:23:27,510 –> 00:23:28,878
(GRUNTS)

427
00:23:32,081 –> 00:23:33,881
How are you talking
to me right now?

428
00:23:33,883 –> 00:23:38,086
You brought me to life.
Don’t you remember, Sonny?

429
00:23:38,088 –> 00:23:39,854
– Sam?
SAM: What?

430
00:23:39,856 –> 00:23:41,722
What’s the problem?

431
00:23:41,724 –> 00:23:43,424
Just come up here. Please.

432
00:23:43,426 –> 00:23:45,593
Dude, I told you,
I don’t care about Tesla.

433
00:23:45,595 –> 00:23:47,729
– Right now, Sam.
SAM: Fine!

434
00:23:47,731 –> 00:23:50,065
I’ve always wanted a brother.

435
00:23:50,067 –> 00:23:52,434
Please don’t try
to educate me on Tesla.

436
00:23:52,436 –> 00:23:57,541
Hello, Sam. Thank you for saving
me from that moron today.

437
00:23:58,609 –> 00:24:00,343
Oh, he’s battery-operated.

438
00:24:00,345 –> 00:24:02,544
(WHISPERING) No, no, no.
Sam, Sam, he’s alive.

439
00:24:02,546 –> 00:24:04,613
SLAPPY: Sorry for what
happened with Tommy.

440
00:24:04,615 –> 00:24:07,749
I guess you could say
he got hosed.

441
00:24:07,751 –> 00:24:10,219
(CACKLES)

442
00:24:10,221 –> 00:24:11,988
– That was you?
SLAPPY: Yep.

443
00:24:11,990 –> 00:24:16,592
And now that we’re family,
we can be brothers!

444
00:24:16,594 –> 00:24:18,930
I think I’d make
a great Junk Brother.

445
00:24:20,498 –> 00:24:23,499
Right. Just a sec. Sidebar.

446
00:24:23,501 –> 00:24:24,801
Are we losing our minds?

447
00:24:24,803 –> 00:24:26,736
I don’t think
we can at the same time.

448
00:24:26,738 –> 00:24:28,071
Okay, but just to clarify,

449
00:24:28,073 –> 00:24:29,806
we’re talking
to a puppet right now.

450
00:24:29,808 –> 00:24:31,042
Yeah.

451
00:24:32,744 –> 00:24:34,347
Maybe he’s alive.

452
00:24:36,581 –> 00:24:40,317
Of course I’m alive!
Heh-heh-heh.

453
00:24:40,319 –> 00:24:44,154
And I can make
all your problems go away.

454
00:24:44,156 –> 00:24:47,360
Didn’t your sister tell you
to fold the laundry?

455
00:24:50,496 –> 00:24:53,831
There. Now you have time
to do your homework.

456
00:24:53,833 –> 00:24:57,134
Oh, what’s that You don’t want
to do your homework?

457
00:24:57,136 –> 00:24:59,638
That’s okay.
I just did it for you.

458
00:25:01,640 –> 00:25:03,542
(♪♪♪)

459
00:25:06,779 –> 00:25:08,612
You know algebra?

460
00:25:08,614 –> 00:25:10,514
A squared
plus B squared equals

461
00:25:10,516 –> 00:25:12,549
of course! Heh, heh.

462
00:25:12,551 –> 00:25:15,887
This is amazing.
It’s all correct.

463
00:25:15,889 –> 00:25:17,856
So you can change
all of our grades.

464
00:25:17,858 –> 00:25:21,327
I can only change
the things right in front of me.

465
00:25:21,329 –> 00:25:24,931
But whatever I see,
I can bring to life.

466
00:25:26,367 –> 00:25:29,368
Karru marri odonna loma

467
00:25:29,370 –> 00:25:33,239
molonu karrano.

468
00:25:33,241 –> 00:25:35,673
ANNOUNCER: Round one. Fight!

469
00:25:35,675 –> 00:25:39,011
(BOTH SHOUTING IN JAPANESE)

470
00:25:39,013 –> 00:25:40,481
(BOTH GRUNTING)

471
00:25:42,283 –> 00:25:43,949
SONNY: That is awesome.

472
00:25:43,951 –> 00:25:47,787
I will never question
picking up junk again.

473
00:25:47,789 –> 00:25:49,955
Wait until Mom
and Sarah find out.

474
00:25:49,957 –> 00:25:51,223
(GROANS)

475
00:25:51,225 –> 00:25:53,025
SLAPPY: Slow your roll there, kid.

476
00:25:53,027 –> 00:25:56,562
Let’s just keep this
our little secret for now.

477
00:25:56,564 –> 00:26:00,666
Give me a chance
to win them over first.

478
00:26:00,668 –> 00:26:02,536
(CACKLES)

479
00:26:02,538 –> 00:26:04,905
(CAR NOISES PLAYING OVER TV)

480
00:26:04,907 –> 00:26:08,008
SLAPPY: Ah, you’re terrible at this.
Heh-heh-heh.

481
00:26:08,010 –> 00:26:10,043
I’m literally crushing you
right now.

482
00:26:10,045 –> 00:26:12,345
Can’t believe you’re losing
to a puppet.

483
00:26:12,347 –> 00:26:15,550
Right. And I’m not
even using my magical powers.

484
00:26:15,552 –> 00:26:16,718
– Heh. Hm?
(DOOR SLAMS)

485
00:26:21,857 –> 00:26:23,623
Back so soon?

486
00:26:23,625 –> 00:26:25,460
– Don’t ask.
SONNY: Are you okay?

487
00:26:25,462 –> 00:26:27,627
– What happened?
– What happened?

488
00:26:27,629 –> 00:26:30,730
Well, turns out the guy I liked
is a total scumbag.

489
00:26:30,732 –> 00:26:33,234
Mom expects me to run
this entire house by myself.

490
00:26:33,236 –> 00:26:35,570
And if I don’t figure out
this essay by Friday,

491
00:26:35,572 –> 00:26:39,075
I’m never getting out of this
town. So no, I’m not okay.

492
00:26:43,213 –> 00:26:45,148
Why are you guys
acting so weird?

493
00:26:46,182 –> 00:26:47,416
– Us?
– Nothing.

494
00:26:47,418 –> 00:26:48,850
SAM: No reason at all. Mm-hm.

495
00:26:48,852 –> 00:26:50,519
I’m working
on my science project.

496
00:26:50,521 –> 00:26:52,687
– We’re just playing video games.
– Just us two.

497
00:26:52,689 –> 00:26:55,022
– Nobody else.
SONNY: Mm-hm.

498
00:26:55,024 –> 00:26:56,924
I’m going to bed.

499
00:26:56,926 –> 00:26:58,262
Good night.

500
00:26:59,463 –> 00:27:01,398
(♪♪♪)

501
00:27:03,934 –> 00:27:05,402
Who just said that?

502
00:27:06,737 –> 00:27:08,203
– Me!
– Sam.

503
00:27:08,205 –> 00:27:09,606
(IN RASPY VOICE)
Good night.

504
00:27:09,608 –> 00:27:11,373
SONNY: It’s a new thing we’re doing.

505
00:27:11,375 –> 00:27:13,375
(IN RASPY VOICE) Good night.
Good night.

506
00:27:13,377 –> 00:27:15,277
– Hit the hay.
SONNY: Good night, Sarah.

507
00:27:15,279 –> 00:27:17,514
Night-night.

508
00:27:17,516 –> 00:27:19,748
(NORMALLY)
That is not cool, Slappy.

509
00:27:19,750 –> 00:27:21,286
(CHUCKLES)

510
00:27:25,190 –> 00:27:27,058
(♪♪♪)

511
00:27:42,874 –> 00:27:44,743
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

512
00:28:20,180 –> 00:28:22,049
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

513
00:28:29,722 –> 00:28:32,390
What the hell?

514
00:28:32,392 –> 00:28:36,061
– Ugh. God, they are such tools.
TYLER: Boo!

515
00:28:36,063 –> 00:28:38,863
(GASPS, THEN CHUCKLES)

516
00:28:38,865 –> 00:28:41,567
Missed you at the show
last night.

517
00:28:41,569 –> 00:28:44,403
Bet you did. You have fun?

518
00:28:44,405 –> 00:28:46,572
It was okay.
A bunch of us just hanging out.

519
00:28:46,574 –> 00:28:48,073
Totally casual.

520
00:28:48,075 –> 00:28:49,577
Right.

521
00:28:51,579 –> 00:28:53,913
– What’s with the dummy?
– Oh, him?

522
00:28:53,915 –> 00:28:56,182
We were just hanging out.

523
00:28:56,184 –> 00:28:58,186
Totally casual.

524
00:29:02,557 –> 00:29:04,459
(♪♪♪)

525
00:29:15,671 –> 00:29:17,571
(LOCK CLICKS)

526
00:29:17,573 –> 00:29:18,741
Fly, little ghost.

527
00:29:23,912 –> 00:29:26,980
Hey, whoever that is, can you
toss me up some more string?

528
00:29:26,982 –> 00:29:28,417
SLAPPY: Sure.

529
00:29:33,289 –> 00:29:34,555
(SCOFFS)

530
00:29:34,557 –> 00:29:37,124
Okay.

531
00:29:37,126 –> 00:29:39,926
That’s hilarious.

532
00:29:39,928 –> 00:29:41,329
Sarah?

533
00:29:41,331 –> 00:29:42,764
(SLAPPY CLEARS THROAT)

534
00:29:42,766 –> 00:29:45,832
Oh! Hey, hey, hey,
not funny, not funny.

535
00:29:45,834 –> 00:29:47,834
Sarah, stop fooling around.

536
00:29:47,836 –> 00:29:51,508
I’d say you’re the one
fooling around.

537
00:29:52,942 –> 00:29:54,375
How are you talking?

538
00:29:54,377 –> 00:29:57,412
I love the theater.

539
00:29:57,414 –> 00:30:00,749
I always bring down the house.

540
00:30:00,751 –> 00:30:02,319
(CACKLES)

541
00:30:04,087 –> 00:30:06,555
Wait, no! What are you doing?
What are you doing?

542
00:30:06,557 –> 00:30:08,156
Tell me, Tyler.

543
00:30:08,158 –> 00:30:10,960
What does it say
on that top step?

544
00:30:12,263 –> 00:30:15,097
Uh… It’s not a step?

545
00:30:15,099 –> 00:30:16,931
Maybe you’ll remember that

546
00:30:16,933 –> 00:30:21,205
the next time you
step out of line with my sister.

547
00:30:23,107 –> 00:30:25,744
(YELLS, THEN GROANS)

548
00:30:32,316 –> 00:30:34,684
It was a puppet, man.
It was a puppet.

549
00:30:34,686 –> 00:30:36,686
It had these
supernatural powers.

550
00:30:36,688 –> 00:30:38,722
He could move things
with his mind.

551
00:30:38,724 –> 00:30:40,190
I swear.

552
00:30:40,192 –> 00:30:42,492
She knows! Ask her.
It was in her locker.

553
00:30:42,494 –> 00:30:45,462
Please tell him real quick.
Sarah, tell him!

554
00:30:45,464 –> 00:30:47,664
It’s just the meds
kicking in, sir.

555
00:30:47,666 –> 00:30:49,699
Last guy said he saw a dragon.

556
00:30:49,701 –> 00:30:51,701
It wasn’t a dragon.
It was a puppet.

557
00:30:51,703 –> 00:30:53,638
(♪♪♪)

558
00:31:01,179 –> 00:31:03,012
(SCHOOL BELL RINGING)

559
00:31:03,014 –> 00:31:04,684
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

560
00:31:07,152 –> 00:31:09,953
Nikola Tesla
constructed this tower

561
00:31:09,955 –> 00:31:12,123
right here in Wardenclyffe,
New York

562
00:31:12,125 –> 00:31:14,825
to beam bolts of electricity
across the world.

563
00:31:14,827 –> 00:31:16,360
And today…

564
00:31:16,362 –> 00:31:19,630
we are going
to beam bolts of electricity

565
00:31:19,632 –> 00:31:21,565
across this classroom.

566
00:31:21,567 –> 00:31:24,535
Someone beam me
out of this classroom.

567
00:31:24,537 –> 00:31:26,838
(STUDENTS CHUCKLE)

568
00:31:26,840 –> 00:31:29,273
May I have a volunteer?

569
00:31:29,275 –> 00:31:31,676
You, ma’am,
in the pink sweater.

570
00:31:31,678 –> 00:31:34,912
Hold that and prepare
to be amazed.

571
00:31:34,914 –> 00:31:36,715
Behold:

572
00:31:36,717 –> 00:31:39,153
The power of Tesla.

573
00:31:40,521 –> 00:31:42,423
(♪♪♪)

574
00:31:54,034 –> 00:31:55,737
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

575
00:32:00,073 –> 00:32:02,577
Mr. Quinn, unplug that now!

576
00:32:03,678 –> 00:32:04,813
(SHRIEKS)

577
00:32:07,114 –> 00:32:08,750
(STUDENTS CLAMORING)

578
00:32:11,453 –> 00:32:12,754
(POWER WHINES)

579
00:32:16,958 –> 00:32:19,060
BOY: That was awesome!

580
00:32:20,962 –> 00:32:25,566
And that was my presentation
on Nikola Tesla.

581
00:32:25,568 –> 00:32:28,369
Any… Any questions?

582
00:32:30,104 –> 00:32:32,171
Today’s picture day!

583
00:32:32,173 –> 00:32:34,108
(FIRE ALARM RINGING)

584
00:32:37,446 –> 00:32:40,514
This is not good.
I’m so busted.

585
00:32:40,516 –> 00:32:42,483
Oh, great,
the fire department’s here?

586
00:32:42,485 –> 00:32:44,987
They’re definitely gonna
make you repeat a grade.

587
00:32:46,755 –> 00:32:49,590
Please tell me you guys
had nothing to do with this.

588
00:32:49,592 –> 00:32:52,025
Sonny blew up the science wing.
It was so cool.

589
00:32:52,027 –> 00:32:54,027
It was an accident.

590
00:32:54,029 –> 00:32:55,630
What are you doing here?

591
00:32:55,632 –> 00:32:58,098
Tyler Mitchell just got loaded
into an ambulance.

592
00:32:58,100 –> 00:33:00,301
He said the dummy
you guys put in my backpack

593
00:33:00,303 –> 00:33:03,805
attacked him
with supernatural powers.

594
00:33:03,807 –> 00:33:06,274
We didn’t put Slappy
in your backpack.

595
00:33:06,276 –> 00:33:07,942
(♪♪♪)

596
00:33:07,944 –> 00:33:09,312
Get in.

597
00:33:11,348 –> 00:33:12,848
SARAH: You’re telling me

598
00:33:12,850 –> 00:33:16,150
that you discovered
a walking, talking dummy

599
00:33:16,152 –> 00:33:17,820
and you didn’t tell me?

600
00:33:17,822 –> 00:33:19,989
He seemed like a nice guy
at the start.

601
00:33:19,991 –> 00:33:23,659
– He had great manners.
– He told us to keep it a secret.

602
00:33:23,661 –> 00:33:25,761
A, I’m your sister.

603
00:33:25,763 –> 00:33:27,429
And B, as a general rule,

604
00:33:27,431 –> 00:33:29,999
when an animated doll
tells you to keep secrets,

605
00:33:30,001 –> 00:33:31,233
that’s a red flag.

606
00:33:31,235 –> 00:33:32,668
He’s not just some doll.

607
00:33:32,670 –> 00:33:34,670
He’s got powers.
He can move stuff with his mind.

608
00:33:34,672 –> 00:33:36,472
You guys, this is insane.

609
00:33:36,474 –> 00:33:39,375
I mean,
why would he go after Tyler?

610
00:33:39,377 –> 00:33:42,511
Maybe he heard you complaining
about him last night.

611
00:33:42,513 –> 00:33:44,382
Great.
What else did I complain about?

612
00:33:46,752 –> 00:33:48,018
Mom.

613
00:33:48,020 –> 00:33:49,922
(♪♪♪)

614
00:33:59,364 –> 00:34:02,699
Hey, kids, you wanna see
the mummies come to life?

615
00:34:02,701 –> 00:34:04,901
– Sorry, Mr. Chu!
– Don’t have time to talk now!

616
00:34:04,903 –> 00:34:06,736
Your loss!

617
00:34:06,738 –> 00:34:08,505
(MUMMY LAUGHS)

618
00:34:08,507 –> 00:34:10,140
– Mom!
– Ms. Quinn!

619
00:34:10,142 –> 00:34:12,709
(KATHY LAUGHS)

620
00:34:12,711 –> 00:34:18,148
Hey. You didn’t tell me you got
a ventriloquist dummy. How fun!

621
00:34:18,150 –> 00:34:20,918
He was sitting at the table
like a little person.

622
00:34:20,920 –> 00:34:24,021
“Hi, kids. My name is Bobo.

623
00:34:24,023 –> 00:34:26,591
And I like listening to Mom.”
Heh, heh.

624
00:34:26,593 –> 00:34:28,693
Mom, his name is Slappy,

625
00:34:28,695 –> 00:34:30,795
and I would not do that
if I were you.

626
00:34:30,797 –> 00:34:32,897
Slappy.
That’s a ridiculous name.

627
00:34:32,899 –> 00:34:35,067
No, no. His name is Bobo.

628
00:34:35,069 –> 00:34:38,202
– Mom, you don’t understand.
– Ms. Quinn, he’s alive.

629
00:34:38,204 –> 00:34:40,304
I think these guys
are trying to play

630
00:34:40,306 –> 00:34:42,473
some sort of
a Halloween prank on us,

631
00:34:42,475 –> 00:34:44,475
but I’m not buying it.
Are you No.

632
00:34:44,477 –> 00:34:46,078
(PHONE RINGING)

633
00:34:46,080 –> 00:34:49,280
Oh, let me get that.
But nice try. Very creative.

634
00:34:49,282 –> 00:34:52,285
Stay right there.
Don’t go anywhere.

635
00:34:56,724 –> 00:34:59,658
(♪♪♪)

636
00:34:59,660 –> 00:35:03,096
Hi, kids. Good day at school?

637
00:35:03,098 –> 00:35:05,797
Oh, my God. He sounds
even creepier than he looks.

638
00:35:05,799 –> 00:35:08,935
Ha-ha-ha. We’re gonna be
such a happy family.

639
00:35:08,937 –> 00:35:10,602
You’re not our family.

640
00:35:10,604 –> 00:35:13,106
Do it, Sonny. Turn him off.

641
00:35:13,108 –> 00:35:16,743
Hearing you say that
makes me mad.

642
00:35:16,745 –> 00:35:22,081
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

643
00:35:22,083 –> 00:35:23,750
Don’t do that.

644
00:35:23,752 –> 00:35:25,385
Do it again.

645
00:35:25,387 –> 00:35:28,421
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

646
00:35:28,423 –> 00:35:31,027
(GASPING)

647
00:35:34,262 –> 00:35:35,397
(EXHALES)

648
00:35:39,869 –> 00:35:41,037
It worked.

649
00:35:51,313 –> 00:35:52,546
(GASPS)

650
00:35:52,548 –> 00:35:53,947
And trust me.

651
00:35:53,949 –> 00:35:56,784
You don’t want to find out
what happens…

652
00:35:56,786 –> 00:35:59,822
when I get mad.

653
00:36:00,856 –> 00:36:02,723
KATHY: Okay.
– Hm?

654
00:36:02,725 –> 00:36:05,960
Well, that was
an interesting phone call.

655
00:36:05,962 –> 00:36:07,594
Anything you wanna tell me?

656
00:36:07,596 –> 00:36:09,964
Yes, we’ve been trying to.
That dummy is evil.

657
00:36:09,966 –> 00:36:12,433
You blew up the science lab?

658
00:36:12,435 –> 00:36:14,201
Yeah, there was that too.

659
00:36:14,203 –> 00:36:16,604
Do you know
how much damage you’ve caused?

660
00:36:16,606 –> 00:36:17,872
It wasn’t Sonny’s fault.

661
00:36:17,874 –> 00:36:19,774
KATHY: I’m sure it was an accident.

662
00:36:19,776 –> 00:36:22,877
– It wasn’t an accident. The dummy did it.
– Yeah.

663
00:36:22,879 –> 00:36:25,613
Do I look like a dummy
to you?

664
00:36:25,615 –> 00:36:27,215
We’re telling
the truth!

665
00:36:27,217 –> 00:36:28,650
Here’s some truth for you.

666
00:36:28,652 –> 00:36:30,719
Halloween is canceled
for the three of you.

667
00:36:30,721 –> 00:36:32,353
– What?
– Canceled.

668
00:36:32,355 –> 00:36:34,689
– Come on.
KATHY: You know…

669
00:36:34,691 –> 00:36:38,493
I expect this kind of
craziness from the boys.

670
00:36:38,495 –> 00:36:40,395
But I felt like
you were gonna help me

671
00:36:40,397 –> 00:36:42,098
keep things under control,
Sarah.

672
00:36:42,100 –> 00:36:43,532
Mom.

673
00:36:43,534 –> 00:36:45,366
I’m disappointed.

674
00:36:45,368 –> 00:36:47,103
– Come on. Mom.
– Mom, please.

675
00:36:47,105 –> 00:36:48,271
(DOOR SLAMS)

676
00:36:50,240 –> 00:36:52,977
Not as disappointed
as I am.

677
00:36:54,011 –> 00:36:56,280
My room.
Now.

678
00:37:01,053 –> 00:37:02,585
We’ve got a problem.

679
00:37:02,587 –> 00:37:05,055
Yeah. I have never seen
your mom that mad.

680
00:37:05,057 –> 00:37:07,423
I’m talking about
the psycho dummy on our couch.

681
00:37:07,425 –> 00:37:11,161
Did somebody call
a family meeting without me?

682
00:37:11,163 –> 00:37:13,362
No, no. Slappy,
why would you think that?

683
00:37:13,364 –> 00:37:16,933
We were just planning
a surprise party for you.

684
00:37:16,935 –> 00:37:20,370
Well, I’ve got a surprise
for the three of you.

685
00:37:20,372 –> 00:37:22,773
This is my house now.

686
00:37:22,775 –> 00:37:24,775
And under my roof,

687
00:37:24,777 –> 00:37:26,576
I make the rules.

688
00:37:26,578 –> 00:37:29,679
Sorry, but you just got voted
out of this family.

689
00:37:29,681 –> 00:37:31,784
– Huh Aah!
SAM: Oh!

690
00:37:36,890 –> 00:37:39,289
What do we do with him now?

691
00:37:39,291 –> 00:37:40,558
Fireplace.

692
00:37:40,560 –> 00:37:42,059
No. No way.

693
00:37:42,061 –> 00:37:44,228
I would have nightmares
the rest of my life.

694
00:37:44,230 –> 00:37:47,465
No. I have a better idea.

695
00:37:47,467 –> 00:37:49,467
(♪♪♪)

696
00:37:49,469 –> 00:37:52,770
SONNY: Ugh. We’ve
been walking forever.

697
00:37:52,772 –> 00:37:55,640
It’s like this whole place
is made of poison ivy.

698
00:37:55,642 –> 00:37:57,608
SAM:
Stop complaining.

699
00:37:57,610 –> 00:37:59,180
How much farther is it?

700
00:37:59,847 –> 00:38:01,113
Here.

701
00:38:01,115 –> 00:38:03,650
This should work.

702
00:38:06,120 –> 00:38:09,087
Am I the only one that feels
like we’re committing a crime?

703
00:38:09,089 –> 00:38:12,459
It’s a dummy. The only crime
we’re committing is littering.

704
00:38:13,394 –> 00:38:15,961
– Ready?
– Yeah, yeah.

705
00:38:15,963 –> 00:38:17,998
Okay, watch out.

706
00:38:20,000 –> 00:38:21,535
(GRUNTS)

707
00:38:30,245 –> 00:38:31,980
It’s done.

708
00:38:33,648 –> 00:38:35,217
Let’s get out of here.

709
00:38:40,021 –> 00:38:41,323
SAM: Sonny, come on.

710
00:38:54,502 –> 00:38:56,036
We just killed a puppet.

711
00:38:56,038 –> 00:38:58,172
Trust me, we had to.

712
00:38:58,174 –> 00:39:00,241
And I say we just
forget it ever happened,

713
00:39:00,243 –> 00:39:02,076
because no one
will believe us anyway.

714
00:39:02,078 –> 00:39:03,344
It’s over.

715
00:39:03,346 –> 00:39:05,012
He’s locked in a suitcase.

716
00:39:05,014 –> 00:39:07,581
There’s no way
that dummy’s getting out.

717
00:39:07,583 –> 00:39:09,919
(ALL SCREAMING)

718
00:39:11,821 –> 00:39:14,455
Who you calling “dummy,”
dummy?

719
00:39:14,457 –> 00:39:15,892
(TIRES SQUEALING)

720
00:39:19,296 –> 00:39:20,661
What do you want from us?

721
00:39:20,663 –> 00:39:23,464
I just want to be
part of the family.

722
00:39:23,466 –> 00:39:25,601
SONNY: He’s gonna break
through the windshield.

723
00:39:29,405 –> 00:39:31,873
(TIRES SCREECH)
(SLAPPY SCREAMS)

724
00:39:31,875 –> 00:39:33,043
(ALL PANTING)

725
00:39:37,848 –> 00:39:39,080
Is everyone okay?

726
00:39:39,082 –> 00:39:40,550
SAM: Yeah.
Think so.

727
00:39:42,185 –> 00:39:45,053
Where’s Slappy?

728
00:39:45,055 –> 00:39:48,293
Guys, I think we just made
things a thousand times worse.

729
00:39:49,793 –> 00:39:51,728
(♪♪♪)

730
00:39:58,937 –> 00:40:01,404
I’ve been driving
In my car

731
00:40:01,406 –> 00:40:03,639
Trying to find
Some sign of life

732
00:40:03,641 –> 00:40:06,075
One is a guy
That is kind of creepy

733
00:40:06,077 –> 00:40:08,313
It’s a little stickling
Said sleepy

734
00:40:09,714 –> 00:40:12,048
KIDS: Trick or treat!

735
00:40:12,050 –> 00:40:13,883
CHU: There you go, Hank.

736
00:40:13,885 –> 00:40:16,452
All right,
come on in. Zoink!

737
00:40:16,454 –> 00:40:18,355
Step right up.
Don’t be scared.

738
00:40:18,357 –> 00:40:21,058
Welcome to my haunted house.

739
00:40:21,060 –> 00:40:22,491
Boo!

740
00:40:22,493 –> 00:40:25,128
All right.
Here you go. Happy Halloween.

741
00:40:25,130 –> 00:40:27,864
(ROARS AND KIDS LAUGH)

742
00:40:27,866 –> 00:40:30,767
Hey, what’s up, my witches?

743
00:40:30,769 –> 00:40:32,436
Little Frankenstein humor.

744
00:40:32,438 –> 00:40:33,704
Zoink!

745
00:40:33,706 –> 00:40:34,972
Beat it.

746
00:40:34,974 –> 00:40:37,541
(CHU CACKLES)

747
00:40:37,543 –> 00:40:38,942
Here you go.

748
00:40:38,944 –> 00:40:40,210
Bye-bye!

749
00:40:40,212 –> 00:40:42,213
Hey, my princess.

750
00:40:42,215 –> 00:40:43,448
Bye-bye!

751
00:40:43,450 –> 00:40:45,283
Hey, my cowboy.

752
00:40:45,285 –> 00:40:48,054
BOY: I’m not a cowboy!
CHU: Yes, you are. Bye-bye!

753
00:40:49,521 –> 00:40:51,788
“A mysterious disturbance
recently took place

754
00:40:51,790 –> 00:40:53,590
“in the town
of Madison, Delaware.

755
00:40:53,592 –> 00:40:56,861
“Neighborhoods were ravaged
and the high school destroyed.

756
00:40:56,863 –> 00:41:00,031
“An FBI spokesman said unusual
weather patterns were to blame,

757
00:41:00,033 –> 00:41:01,799
“but there were rumors
of a cover-up

758
00:41:01,801 –> 00:41:03,601
“for something far stranger.

759
00:41:03,603 –> 00:41:06,573
“Sightings of giant insects,
Abominable Snowmen, and even…

760
00:41:08,008 –> 00:41:09,841
…an evil ventriloquist dummy.”

761
00:41:09,843 –> 00:41:11,609
Oh, we’re so dead.

762
00:41:11,611 –> 00:41:14,113
“Creatures believed to come
alive from the original

763
00:41:14,115 –> 00:41:16,148
manuscripts of horror author
R.L. Stine.”

764
00:41:16,150 –> 00:41:18,484
– The book.
– What book?

765
00:41:18,486 –> 00:41:21,353
In that abandoned house, we
found this old locked-up book.

766
00:41:21,355 –> 00:41:24,323
And when we unlocked it,
that’s when Slappy appeared.

767
00:41:24,325 –> 00:41:26,325
Yeah, but Tommy Madigan
took it from us.

768
00:41:26,327 –> 00:41:29,495
Well, how do you know the book
was written by R.L. Stine?

769
00:41:29,497 –> 00:41:30,965
Wait a second.

770
00:41:34,101 –> 00:41:36,602
“From 1979 to 1985,

771
00:41:36,604 –> 00:41:38,871
“legendary horror author
R.L. Stine

772
00:41:38,873 –> 00:41:40,639
lived in Wardenclyffe,
New York.”

773
00:41:40,641 –> 00:41:43,309
SARAH: Here?
– That’s not good.

774
00:41:43,311 –> 00:41:45,045
“Stine started
his writing career

775
00:41:45,047 –> 00:41:48,081
“with a since-unpublished novel
titled Haunted Halloween,

776
00:41:48,083 –> 00:41:50,016
“a tale of a demonic dummy
who sets out

777
00:41:50,018 –> 00:41:52,519
to create a family
of his own by…”

778
00:41:52,521 –> 00:41:54,320
By… By what?

779
00:41:54,322 –> 00:41:56,625
By bringing Halloween
to life.

780
00:41:59,061 –> 00:42:00,962
(♪♪♪)

781
00:42:05,100 –> 00:42:08,034
I love a good holiday sale.

782
00:42:08,036 –> 00:42:09,604
(CACKLES)

783
00:42:17,612 –> 00:42:19,549
(HUMMING)

784
00:42:28,324 –> 00:42:31,225
Hello, old friends.

785
00:42:31,227 –> 00:42:34,895
If those kids don’t want me
to be a part of their family,

786
00:42:34,897 –> 00:42:38,101
I’ll raise one of my own.

787
00:42:39,436 –> 00:42:41,570
Karru marri

788
00:42:41,572 –> 00:42:47,209
odonna loma molonu karrano.

789
00:42:47,211 –> 00:42:48,946
Karru marri…

790
00:42:54,318 –> 00:42:56,253
Okay.

791
00:42:59,223 –> 00:43:01,125
(CHITTERING)

792
00:43:04,728 –> 00:43:07,230
(SQUEAKING)

793
00:43:07,232 –> 00:43:09,134
(TEETH CHATTERING)

794
00:43:20,879 –> 00:43:22,780
(SHRIEKING)

795
00:43:30,221 –> 00:43:32,123
(GROWLING)

796
00:43:36,761 –> 00:43:38,663
(BOTH GRUNTING)

797
00:43:45,638 –> 00:43:48,174
(GROANS)

798
00:43:49,074 –> 00:43:51,175
(HISSES)

799
00:43:51,177 –> 00:43:53,110
(GRUNTING)

800
00:43:53,112 –> 00:43:54,246
Yes.

801
00:43:57,183 –> 00:43:59,051
(HOWLS)

802
00:44:03,356 –> 00:44:05,356
(ROARS)

803
00:44:05,358 –> 00:44:06,992
(CLANK)

804
00:44:11,998 –> 00:44:13,531
(GASPS)

805
00:44:13,533 –> 00:44:16,436
(SLAPPY LAUGHING)
(MONSTERS GRUNTING AND GROWLING)

806
00:44:18,838 –> 00:44:20,707
SLAPPY: Trick or treat.

807
00:44:23,009 –> 00:44:24,911
(GRUNTING)

808
00:44:27,948 –> 00:44:29,548
(CACKLES)

809
00:44:29,550 –> 00:44:31,185
(GROANING)

810
00:44:35,389 –> 00:44:37,389
(GROANS)

811
00:44:37,391 –> 00:44:40,326
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

812
00:44:40,328 –> 00:44:43,097
Welcome
to the family,

813
00:44:44,298 –> 00:44:45,667
Walter.

814
00:44:46,702 –> 00:44:48,169
(CHUCKLES)

815
00:44:49,671 –> 00:44:54,106
Serving families
is what I do. Heh, heh.

816
00:44:54,108 –> 00:44:56,875
Heh, heh. Come along,
then, brother.

817
00:44:56,877 –> 00:44:58,445
Just wait until you see

818
00:44:58,447 –> 00:45:01,914
what I have planned next
for this town.

819
00:45:01,916 –> 00:45:04,917
(CACKLES)

820
00:45:04,919 –> 00:45:06,821
(VAMPIRE LAUGHING)

821
00:45:13,962 –> 00:45:15,795
Guys, this is bad.

822
00:45:15,797 –> 00:45:17,931
This is really,
really bad.

823
00:45:17,933 –> 00:45:20,400
You know what we need to do?
We need to call the police.

824
00:45:20,402 –> 00:45:22,470
And tell them what?
That an evil dummy

825
00:45:22,472 –> 00:45:24,237
is about to bring
Halloween to life?

826
00:45:24,239 –> 00:45:25,905
– Yes!
SARAH: Great idea, Sam.

827
00:45:25,907 –> 00:45:27,275
They’ll come and arrest us.

828
00:45:27,277 –> 00:45:29,410
– Wait, guys, I found a number.
– For Stine?

829
00:45:29,412 –> 00:45:31,445
No, says here
nobody knows where he is,

830
00:45:31,447 –> 00:45:33,180
but this is for
Richard Shivers.

831
00:45:33,182 –> 00:45:37,784
He’s the president of the
R.L. Stine Appreciation Society.

832
00:45:37,786 –> 00:45:39,954
– What are you doing?
– I’m calling.

833
00:45:39,956 –> 00:45:42,290
(LINE RINGING)

834
00:45:42,292 –> 00:45:45,126
RECORDING: Good day, you’ve
reached Dr. Richard Shivers

835
00:45:45,128 –> 00:45:47,596
and the R.L. Stine
Appreciation Society.

836
00:45:47,598 –> 00:45:49,864
If you’re trying to
reach Stine, don’t bother.

837
00:45:49,866 –> 00:45:52,033
Otherwise,
leave a message.

838
00:45:52,035 –> 00:45:54,536
SARAH: Hi, Mr. Shivers,
my name is Sarah Quinn.

839
00:45:54,538 –> 00:45:56,371
I live in
Wardenclyffe, New York.

840
00:45:56,373 –> 00:45:59,408
I desperately need to
get in touch with R.L. Stine.

841
00:45:59,410 –> 00:46:00,975
This is gonna sound crazy,

842
00:46:00,977 –> 00:46:03,679
but I think one of his stories
has come to life.

843
00:46:03,681 –> 00:46:04,946
(BEEPS)

844
00:46:04,948 –> 00:46:06,748
Hi, Mr. Shivers…

845
00:46:06,750 –> 00:46:08,817
Well…

846
00:46:08,819 –> 00:46:11,119
Looks like we’re on our own.

847
00:46:11,121 –> 00:46:12,921
Wait,
where are we going?

848
00:46:12,923 –> 00:46:16,091
To find Tommy Madigan
and get that book.

849
00:46:16,093 –> 00:46:17,326
Get that one.

850
00:46:17,328 –> 00:46:19,194
No way he’s gonna
be able to get that.

851
00:46:19,196 –> 00:46:20,463
Oh.

852
00:46:20,465 –> 00:46:22,699
SONNY: Tommy! Tommy!
SAM: Tommy! Hey.

853
00:46:22,701 –> 00:46:24,199
Tommy! Tommy!

854
00:46:24,201 –> 00:46:25,802
BOY:
What do these idiots want?

855
00:46:25,804 –> 00:46:27,069
I’ll take care
of this.

856
00:46:27,071 –> 00:46:28,571
SONNY: We need that book.

857
00:46:28,573 –> 00:46:30,640
– It’s really important.
– It’s super important.

858
00:46:30,642 –> 00:46:32,141
The book with
the lock on it.

859
00:46:32,143 –> 00:46:33,409
Okay, okay.
What book?

860
00:46:33,411 –> 00:46:35,011
The one you stole
from us, Tommy.

861
00:46:35,013 –> 00:46:36,746
Oh, yeah.
I’ve got it right here.

862
00:46:36,748 –> 00:46:38,681
– Oh, really?
– No, idiot.

863
00:46:38,683 –> 00:46:42,018
Why would I be carrying a book
around with me on Halloween?

864
00:46:42,020 –> 00:46:44,588
Now, go back home
with your babysitter.

865
00:46:44,590 –> 00:46:46,022
I’ll be there in a bit
to egg your house.

866
00:46:46,024 –> 00:46:47,458
Listen,
you little punk,

867
00:46:47,460 –> 00:46:49,593
I’m not the babysitter.
I’m Sonny’s sister.

868
00:46:49,595 –> 00:46:50,927
You’re gonna give us
that book back

869
00:46:50,929 –> 00:46:52,763
or I’ll make your life
a living hell.

870
00:46:52,765 –> 00:46:55,699
The only thing you’ll use that
toilet paper for is to wipe…

871
00:46:55,701 –> 00:46:58,135
Okay. God, you don’t have
to be so mean about it.

872
00:46:58,137 –> 00:47:00,037
Let’s get
out of here.

873
00:47:00,039 –> 00:47:02,408
Book’s at my house
in my room.

874
00:47:04,343 –> 00:47:08,680
But it’s hidden, so good luck
finding it, losers. Heh, heh.

875
00:47:08,682 –> 00:47:10,751
(SHRIEKING IN DISTANCE)

876
00:47:13,653 –> 00:47:15,555
(♪♪♪)

877
00:47:20,494 –> 00:47:22,763
(ALL GASP)

878
00:47:24,698 –> 00:47:27,198
Those are some
awesome costumes.

879
00:47:27,200 –> 00:47:29,334
(SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

880
00:47:29,336 –> 00:47:31,605
(BOYS SCREAMING)

881
00:47:32,672 –> 00:47:35,008
(SCREAMING)

882
00:47:36,711 –> 00:47:37,944
Is this actually
happening?

883
00:47:39,680 –> 00:47:42,147
(ALL YELL)

884
00:47:42,149 –> 00:47:43,684
Guys, we gotta find
that book!

885
00:47:49,189 –> 00:47:51,923
SLAPPY: Evening, Mr. Tesla.

886
00:47:51,925 –> 00:47:56,028
You don’t mind if we bring
your tower back to life, do you?

887
00:47:56,030 –> 00:47:57,932
(BOTH CACKLING)

888
00:48:01,436 –> 00:48:03,235
(QUIETLY)
What did he say?

889
00:48:03,237 –> 00:48:05,705
Shut up.

890
00:48:05,707 –> 00:48:08,875
SLAPPY: Tesla used this tower
to project electricity,

891
00:48:08,877 –> 00:48:11,076
but I’m going
to use this tower

892
00:48:11,078 –> 00:48:15,281
to project my magic
in ways he never imagined.

893
00:48:15,283 –> 00:48:19,586
It takes a genius
to know a genius.

894
00:48:19,588 –> 00:48:21,488
(POWERING UP)

895
00:48:21,490 –> 00:48:23,790
– Whoa.
– Heh-heh-heh.

896
00:48:23,792 –> 00:48:25,392
Come along,
Walter.

897
00:48:25,394 –> 00:48:26,793
We’ve got work
to do.

898
00:48:26,795 –> 00:48:28,263
Very well.
Let’s go.

899
00:48:31,667 –> 00:48:33,133
SONNY: This is Tommy’s house.

900
00:48:33,135 –> 00:48:36,171
Well, I guess
we just knock?

901
00:48:38,474 –> 00:48:40,608
SAM: Knock loud. He
lives with his grandma.

902
00:48:40,610 –> 00:48:41,778
(KNOCKS)

903
00:48:42,779 –> 00:48:44,412
Okay.

904
00:48:44,414 –> 00:48:45,880
(DOORBELL RINGS)

905
00:48:45,882 –> 00:48:48,114
Wait! Guys,
there she is.

906
00:48:48,116 –> 00:48:49,484
SONNY: She’s asleep.

907
00:48:49,486 –> 00:48:51,419
I guess we’ll just
have to wake her up.

908
00:48:51,421 –> 00:48:53,287
– Hello! Come on.
– Hello!

909
00:48:53,289 –> 00:48:55,656
– Hello!
– Tommy’s grandma!

910
00:48:55,658 –> 00:48:57,992
(SIGHS)
Wow.

911
00:48:57,994 –> 00:48:59,762
Guess she’s a deep sleeper.

912
00:49:02,465 –> 00:49:03,966
(SIGHS)
It’s locked.

913
00:49:03,968 –> 00:49:06,133
Find another way in
and go get that book.

914
00:49:06,135 –> 00:49:07,303
What are you gonna do?

915
00:49:10,006 –> 00:49:12,608
I’m gonna make sure
nothing surprises us. Go!

916
00:49:12,610 –> 00:49:14,776
(♪♪♪)

917
00:49:14,778 –> 00:49:16,680
(WINDOW CLATTERING)

918
00:49:26,858 –> 00:49:28,123
(BANGS)

919
00:49:28,125 –> 00:49:29,859
– Ow!
– Shh.

920
00:49:29,861 –> 00:49:32,795
What?

921
00:49:32,797 –> 00:49:36,467
(WHISPERING) I can’t believe we’re
breaking into someone’s house right now.

922
00:49:44,609 –> 00:49:47,145
Shh.

923
00:49:49,848 –> 00:49:51,781
(WHISPERING)
Hey, they got gummy bears.

924
00:49:51,783 –> 00:49:53,585
Who cares?
Stop screwing around.

925
00:49:55,021 –> 00:49:56,352
AUTOMATED VOICE: Hands off!

926
00:49:56,354 –> 00:49:58,256
(LAUGHS)

927
00:50:00,960 –> 00:50:03,293
Sam, stop
screwing around. Let’s go.

928
00:50:03,295 –> 00:50:04,931
– Okay, all right.
(CLICKS)

929
00:50:08,768 –> 00:50:10,636
SLAPPY: Watch this, Walter.

930
00:50:12,772 –> 00:50:14,438
WALTER: Whoa. Whoa.

931
00:50:14,440 –> 00:50:16,740
(LAUGHING)

932
00:50:16,742 –> 00:50:21,211
Why settle for
a small family, Walter,

933
00:50:21,213 –> 00:50:24,682
when we can project
my power everywhere

934
00:50:24,684 –> 00:50:27,886
and bring all of
Halloween to life?

935
00:50:27,888 –> 00:50:30,120
(LAUGHS)
Yeah.

936
00:50:30,122 –> 00:50:33,725
Karru marri odonna loma

937
00:50:33,727 –> 00:50:37,194
molonu karrano.
– Whoa.

938
00:50:37,196 –> 00:50:39,096
Karru marri

939
00:50:39,098 –> 00:50:43,935
odonna loma
molonu karrano.

940
00:50:43,937 –> 00:50:45,872
(BOTH CACKLING)

941
00:50:49,576 –> 00:50:51,411
(♪♪♪)

942
00:50:52,346 –> 00:50:54,247
(CACKLING CONTINUES)

943
00:51:01,355 –> 00:51:03,256
(ALL SHRIEKING)

944
00:51:07,260 –> 00:51:08,496
(BOTH SNICKERING)

945
00:51:12,166 –> 00:51:13,768
(GRUNTING)

946
00:51:19,173 –> 00:51:20,941
(NEIGHS)

947
00:51:20,943 –> 00:51:24,243
Hyah! Ha-ha-ha!

948
00:51:24,245 –> 00:51:27,146
(CACKLING)

949
00:51:27,148 –> 00:51:30,383
– Sam, I found it. Yeah.
– You found it?

950
00:51:30,385 –> 00:51:31,852
SONNY: “R.L. Stine.”

951
00:51:31,854 –> 00:51:33,722
How did we miss that?

952
00:51:35,624 –> 00:51:38,759
– That can’t be good.
– Yeah. We gotta go.

953
00:51:38,761 –> 00:51:40,663
(♪♪♪)

954
00:51:46,568 –> 00:51:48,235
Let’s just go
back out the window.

955
00:51:48,237 –> 00:51:49,505
SAM: All right.

956
00:51:51,607 –> 00:51:53,573
– Oh.
HAND: Ah!

957
00:51:53,575 –> 00:51:54,878
(YELLS)

958
00:51:56,112 –> 00:51:57,477
Sam!

959
00:51:57,479 –> 00:51:59,479
The hand
has my hand!

960
00:51:59,481 –> 00:52:01,482
Just rip it off!
Throw it!

961
00:52:01,484 –> 00:52:03,153
(HAND SNARLS)

962
00:52:06,923 –> 00:52:09,325
Sam. Turn around.

963
00:52:10,794 –> 00:52:11,928
They’re moving.

964
00:52:13,363 –> 00:52:14,963
Sonny,
they’re just gummy bears.

965
00:52:14,965 –> 00:52:17,066
They’re so tiny and cute.
What can they do?

966
00:52:17,068 –> 00:52:19,436
(CHITTERING)

967
00:52:21,671 –> 00:52:23,005
Hey there, little guys.

968
00:52:23,007 –> 00:52:24,807
Sam, you just ate
half their family.

969
00:52:24,809 –> 00:52:26,443
I would not do that
if I were you.

970
00:52:27,545 –> 00:52:29,545
(♪♪♪)

971
00:52:29,547 –> 00:52:31,549
(GUMMY BEARS GRUNTING, SNICKERING)

972
00:52:39,590 –> 00:52:41,657
Why are they walking
towards us?

973
00:52:41,659 –> 00:52:44,326
Okay. All right.
Maybe

974
00:52:44,328 –> 00:52:47,730
they just want us
to stay and play.

975
00:52:47,732 –> 00:52:48,900
(ALL ROAR)
(BOYS YELL)

976
00:52:53,805 –> 00:52:56,708
(♪♪♪)

977
00:53:00,078 –> 00:53:01,911
God, where is everyone?

978
00:53:01,913 –> 00:53:04,013
Oh, there’s one
on my back, Sam!

979
00:53:04,015 –> 00:53:05,715
Okay, okay!

980
00:53:05,717 –> 00:53:08,852
(GUMMY BEARS GIGGLING)

981
00:53:08,854 –> 00:53:11,721
– Pull harder!
– I’m trying!

982
00:53:11,723 –> 00:53:13,289
– Whoa.
BEAR: Ha-ha-ha!

983
00:53:13,291 –> 00:53:14,691
Go for the window, Sam!

984
00:53:14,693 –> 00:53:15,962
I’m coming!

985
00:53:17,764 –> 00:53:18,931
Whoa!

986
00:53:21,433 –> 00:53:23,335
(SNARLING)

987
00:53:27,039 –> 00:53:29,509
(GLASS SHATTERING)

988
00:53:30,777 –> 00:53:32,678
(GRUNTING)

989
00:53:35,148 –> 00:53:38,484
Just! Stop! Giggling!

990
00:53:42,388 –> 00:53:44,390
(GRUNTING)

991
00:53:47,360 –> 00:53:49,293
Sam! I need some help
over here…

992
00:53:49,295 –> 00:53:52,363
(WAILING)
Sonny!

993
00:53:52,365 –> 00:53:54,268
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

994
00:53:57,370 –> 00:53:58,703
Mom, we’re under attack!

995
00:53:58,705 –> 00:54:00,472
Sonny, what are you
talking about?

996
00:54:00,474 –> 00:54:02,109
Where’s Sarah?
Who’s attacking you?

997
00:54:03,977 –> 00:54:05,610
Gummy bears.

998
00:54:05,612 –> 00:54:07,579
KATHY: What Honey, you’re mumbling.

999
00:54:07,581 –> 00:54:08,814
Put Sarah on the phone.

1000
00:54:08,816 –> 00:54:10,315
(GROWLS)

1001
00:54:10,317 –> 00:54:11,984
KATHY: Sonny.
BEAR: Whee!

1002
00:54:11,986 –> 00:54:13,953
(GRUNTING)

1003
00:54:13,955 –> 00:54:15,188
KATHY: What…?

1004
00:54:15,190 –> 00:54:16,856
Okay, that’s it.

1005
00:54:16,858 –> 00:54:19,524
Do not leave the house!
I’m coming home.

1006
00:54:19,526 –> 00:54:21,461
(GRUNTING CONTINUES)

1007
00:54:34,876 –> 00:54:36,143
(PANTING)

1008
00:54:36,145 –> 00:54:38,145
Sonny, help!

1009
00:54:38,147 –> 00:54:39,512
Sam, I’m coming!

1010
00:54:39,514 –> 00:54:41,183
Hurry!

1011
00:54:45,620 –> 00:54:47,821
(BEAR YELLING)

1012
00:54:47,823 –> 00:54:49,725
(LITTLE BEARS SQUEALING)

1013
00:55:04,006 –> 00:55:08,642
No, no, no!
You’ll never take me alive!

1014
00:55:08,644 –> 00:55:10,146
(BEAR SCREAMS)

1015
00:55:12,148 –> 00:55:14,849
That is my new favorite book.

1016
00:55:14,851 –> 00:55:17,551
– You okay?
– I think.

1017
00:55:17,553 –> 00:55:19,419
Let’s get out of here.

1018
00:55:19,421 –> 00:55:20,822
(ALL YELL)

1019
00:55:20,824 –> 00:55:22,423
What are you guys
doing in there?

1020
00:55:22,425 –> 00:55:24,692
Oh, no big deal, really.
Just being mauled

1021
00:55:24,694 –> 00:55:26,194
by my favorite
comfort food!

1022
00:55:26,196 –> 00:55:27,695
Wait. Just stop.
Stop, stop!

1023
00:55:27,697 –> 00:55:29,697
What are you guys
even talking about?

1024
00:55:29,699 –> 00:55:31,733
Everything is alive, Sarah.
Even candy.

1025
00:55:31,735 –> 00:55:34,069
Well, is that the book?
Let’s read it.

1026
00:55:34,071 –> 00:55:36,571
There’s something you need
to know about this book.

1027
00:55:36,573 –> 00:55:37,940
What?

1028
00:55:37,942 –> 00:55:39,540
(HOWLING IN DISTANCE)

1029
00:55:39,542 –> 00:55:40,843
Look out!

1030
00:55:40,845 –> 00:55:42,980
(GROWLS)
(GRUNTS)

1031
00:55:44,614 –> 00:55:46,717
– Whoa!
(RASPING)

1032
00:56:02,367 –> 00:56:04,767
That’s what.

1033
00:56:04,769 –> 00:56:06,769
This is not
a normal book, Sarah.

1034
00:56:06,771 –> 00:56:08,706
(PANTING)

1035
00:56:15,247 –> 00:56:16,780
Who would write this?

1036
00:56:16,782 –> 00:56:18,717
(♪♪♪)

1037
00:56:29,128 –> 00:56:30,330
(ENGINE REVS)

1038
00:56:34,599 –> 00:56:37,703
They did the monster mash
The monster mash

1039
00:56:39,238 –> 00:56:41,040
Oh, what is this?

1040
00:56:41,975 –> 00:56:43,607
Okay.

1041
00:56:43,609 –> 00:56:44,777
– Huh?
– Oh!

1042
00:56:46,846 –> 00:56:49,448
– Hyah!
– Oh, you rehearsed that, did you?

1043
00:56:49,450 –> 00:56:53,086
Best costume of the night, sir.

1044
00:56:54,821 –> 00:56:56,756
(ALL LAUGHING)

1045
00:56:58,125 –> 00:56:59,458
(ROARS)

1046
00:56:59,460 –> 00:57:01,028
(SCREAMING)

1047
00:57:02,162 –> 00:57:04,098
(SNARLING)

1048
00:57:05,565 –> 00:57:07,565
(ALL SCREAMING)

1049
00:57:07,567 –> 00:57:08,900
(LAUGHS)

1050
00:57:08,902 –> 00:57:10,268
(HORN HONKS)

1051
00:57:10,270 –> 00:57:12,471
(SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1052
00:57:12,473 –> 00:57:13,974
GIRL: Go!

1053
00:57:14,775 –> 00:57:16,677
(SIRENS WAILING)

1054
00:57:22,317 –> 00:57:24,149
WOMAN: Look out, look out! Ah!

1055
00:57:24,151 –> 00:57:26,785
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1056
00:57:26,787 –> 00:57:28,187
MAN: What’s going on?

1057
00:57:28,189 –> 00:57:30,925
There! Let’s take
the alley. It’s empty.

1058
00:57:34,896 –> 00:57:36,561
Wait, wait!

1059
00:57:36,563 –> 00:57:39,198
We need to read the book
and see how we can end this.

1060
00:57:39,200 –> 00:57:41,868
Let me see.

1061
00:57:41,870 –> 00:57:44,570
“It was nearly Halloween
in the town of Wardenclyffe…”

1062
00:57:44,572 –> 00:57:46,739
Blah, blah, blah. Here!

1063
00:57:46,741 –> 00:57:48,475
“His revenge
was to create a family

1064
00:57:48,477 –> 00:57:51,177
by bringing Halloween to life,
but that wasn’t enough.”

1065
00:57:51,179 –> 00:57:53,147
That seems like
plenty of revenge to me.

1066
00:57:53,149 –> 00:57:56,584
“Because he wanted more than
a family. He wanted a mother.

1067
00:57:59,288 –> 00:58:01,390
His plan was to…”

1068
00:58:02,624 –> 00:58:04,224
Was to what?
Keep reading.

1069
00:58:04,226 –> 00:58:05,859
I-I-I can’t.

1070
00:58:05,861 –> 00:58:10,464
That was the last page.
It’s an unfinished manuscript.

1071
00:58:10,466 –> 00:58:12,234
What?

1072
00:58:13,537 –> 00:58:14,937
Okay, great.
What do we do now?

1073
00:58:16,172 –> 00:58:18,038
Slappy’s gonna go after Mom.

1074
00:58:18,040 –> 00:58:21,309
That book is the only thing
we have to stop him.

1075
00:58:21,311 –> 00:58:23,644
We have to go to
the nursing home and save her.

1076
00:58:23,646 –> 00:58:25,579
Mom’s not at
the nursing home.

1077
00:58:25,581 –> 00:58:27,681
Where is she?

1078
00:58:27,683 –> 00:58:30,885
– On her way home to save us.
– What?

1079
00:58:30,887 –> 00:58:33,288
She called while we were
attacked by gummy bears.

1080
00:58:33,290 –> 00:58:35,056
Why answer
at a time like that?

1081
00:58:35,058 –> 00:58:38,193
Maybe because unlike you, Sarah,
I pick up Mom’s phone calls.

1082
00:58:38,195 –> 00:58:39,594
Really Guilt trip much?

1083
00:58:39,596 –> 00:58:41,763
We need to find your mom
before Slappy does.

1084
00:58:41,765 –> 00:58:43,466
Now, come on,
let’s go!

1085
00:58:43,468 –> 00:58:45,403
(♪♪♪)

1086
00:58:47,472 –> 00:58:50,573
Your woodworking skills
are impressive.

1087
00:58:50,575 –> 00:58:51,806
Yes.

1088
00:58:51,808 –> 00:58:53,975
This will do nicely.

1089
00:58:53,977 –> 00:58:56,845
Oh, I used to manage
a hardware store.

1090
00:58:56,847 –> 00:58:59,781
– Walter. Focus, please.
– Yes.

1091
00:58:59,783 –> 00:59:05,087
Now tell my monsters to get me
Mama and get me that book.

1092
00:59:05,089 –> 00:59:07,623
Yeah. Yes.

1093
00:59:07,625 –> 00:59:09,561
SARAH: Run!
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1094
00:59:12,864 –> 00:59:14,296
SAM: Duck!
(ALL SNARLING)

1095
00:59:14,298 –> 00:59:15,733
Look out!

1096
00:59:19,737 –> 00:59:22,239
(SPIDER ROARING)

1097
00:59:22,241 –> 00:59:23,408
What the…?

1098
00:59:25,144 –> 00:59:26,445
SONNY: That’s Mr. Peters!

1099
00:59:27,980 –> 00:59:29,779
(SIREN CHIRPING)

1100
00:59:29,781 –> 00:59:32,249
MAN 1: Nice doggy.
MAN 2: It’s right behind you!

1101
00:59:32,251 –> 00:59:34,017
MAN 1: Ah! Not on my leg!

1102
00:59:34,019 –> 00:59:37,254
KATHY: Help!

1103
00:59:37,256 –> 00:59:40,157
That’s Mom! That’s Mom!
Come on!

1104
00:59:40,159 –> 00:59:41,992
PIRATE: You bunch of scallywags!

1105
00:59:41,994 –> 00:59:43,660
KATHY: Kids, watch out!

1106
00:59:43,662 –> 00:59:44,830
(ALL YELL)

1107
00:59:46,698 –> 00:59:47,866
Behind you!

1108
00:59:53,805 –> 00:59:56,274
(SPIDER ROARING)

1109
00:59:56,276 –> 00:59:58,342
Okay, now’s our chance.

1110
00:59:58,344 –> 01:00:00,311
Give me the book.
I’m gonna protect Mom.

1111
01:00:00,313 –> 01:00:02,613
You get the ladder
and meet me at that tree.

1112
01:00:02,615 –> 01:00:04,484
– Wait till it’s safe, then go.
– Okay.

1113
01:00:06,487 –> 01:00:07,655
(GROANS)

1114
01:00:11,358 –> 01:00:12,859
(SKELETON YELLS)

1115
01:00:15,828 –> 01:00:17,462
(GASPS)

1116
01:00:17,464 –> 01:00:19,233
Okay, okay.

1117
01:00:24,171 –> 01:00:26,672
(WAILING)

1118
01:00:26,674 –> 01:00:30,809
Oh, my God! We’re all gonna die!
Run for your life! Ah!

1119
01:00:30,811 –> 01:00:32,744
(CRYING)
Oh, my God.

1120
01:00:32,746 –> 01:00:34,846
Oops. Not a monster.

1121
01:00:34,848 –> 01:00:36,248
SAM: All right, let’s go!

1122
01:00:36,250 –> 01:00:37,749
Come on!

1123
01:00:37,751 –> 01:00:39,251
Halt!

1124
01:00:39,253 –> 01:00:41,987
My orders are
to guard this porch!

1125
01:00:41,989 –> 01:00:43,223
No way.

1126
01:00:43,225 –> 01:00:44,856
You like carving pumpkins,
huh?

1127
01:00:44,858 –> 01:00:46,858
Look what you did
to poor Terry.

1128
01:00:46,860 –> 01:00:49,028
Hiya! I’m round.

1129
01:00:49,030 –> 01:00:51,199
Sergeant Squash,
open fire.

1130
01:00:53,368 –> 01:00:55,068
Oh. Ow!

1131
01:00:55,070 –> 01:00:56,871
(GRUNTING)

1132
01:01:03,078 –> 01:01:04,744
We need to find
another way in!

1133
01:01:04,746 –> 01:01:06,714
No. This is my house.

1134
01:01:06,716 –> 01:01:08,684
SERGEANT: I’m hit! Medic!

1135
01:01:09,985 –> 01:01:11,552
What are you doing?
Put me down!

1136
01:01:11,554 –> 01:01:13,187
Hiya! Happy Easter.

1137
01:01:13,189 –> 01:01:14,588
– No, no!
TERRY: Ugh!

1138
01:01:14,590 –> 01:01:17,057
Yes! Let’s go.

1139
01:01:17,059 –> 01:01:20,027
Sarah, I was so worried.
Are you okay?

1140
01:01:20,029 –> 01:01:21,395
I’m fine.
Just hang tight.

1141
01:01:21,397 –> 01:01:23,364
I’m gonna get you down.
I promise.

1142
01:01:23,366 –> 01:01:24,865
I just need you to trust me.

1143
01:01:24,867 –> 01:01:27,034
KATHY: Don’t worry about me. Run. Hide!

1144
01:01:27,036 –> 01:01:28,871
Ghost at 11 o’clock!

1145
01:01:31,107 –> 01:01:34,110
No, no, no! Get back here!

1146
01:01:37,547 –> 01:01:38,814
(YELLS)

1147
01:01:40,250 –> 01:01:42,717
SARAH: That’s my book! Ah!

1148
01:01:42,719 –> 01:01:44,121
We gotta go.

1149
01:01:46,056 –> 01:01:49,291
(SARAH SCREAMING)

1150
01:01:49,293 –> 01:01:52,227
Sarah!
Sarah, let go of that ghost!

1151
01:01:52,229 –> 01:01:54,764
Do not let go
of that ghost!

1152
01:01:54,766 –> 01:01:55,932
(SCREAMS)

1153
01:01:58,736 –> 01:02:01,236
– You okay?
– No, that ghost took the book.

1154
01:02:01,238 –> 01:02:02,406
(SPIDER ROARS)

1155
01:02:04,742 –> 01:02:07,208
SONNY: Mom!
– Oh, kids. Help!

1156
01:02:07,210 –> 01:02:08,778
No, no, no!

1157
01:02:08,780 –> 01:02:10,879
– Sarah!
SARAH: Mom!

1158
01:02:10,881 –> 01:02:14,216
(KATHY SCREAMING)

1159
01:02:14,218 –> 01:02:16,585
SONNY: It’s heading for the Tesla lab.

1160
01:02:16,587 –> 01:02:18,220
Slappy brought
the tower to life.

1161
01:02:18,222 –> 01:02:19,622
That’s why
this is happening.

1162
01:02:19,624 –> 01:02:20,925
We have to stop him.

1163
01:02:22,260 –> 01:02:24,795
Uh, guys?

1164
01:02:24,797 –> 01:02:26,197
(ALL SNARLING, HISSING)

1165
01:02:27,566 –> 01:02:29,733
Sonny, what do we do?

1166
01:02:29,735 –> 01:02:31,336
I don’t know.
You’re the older one.

1167
01:02:32,471 –> 01:02:34,707
(ALL SCREAMING)

1168
01:02:35,940 –> 01:02:37,509
No, no, no.
It’s me, Mr. Chu!

1169
01:02:38,544 –> 01:02:40,042
Mr. Chu?

1170
01:02:40,044 –> 01:02:43,879
Shh! Follow me!
To the basement now!

1171
01:02:43,881 –> 01:02:45,615
Don’t ruin the Mylar.

1172
01:02:45,617 –> 01:02:48,153
I’m saving it for next year.
Go, go, go.

1173
01:02:49,823 –> 01:02:51,823
(♪♪♪)

1174
01:02:51,825 –> 01:02:53,727
(ENGINE REVVING)

1175
01:02:55,461 –> 01:02:57,060
Let me get this straight.

1176
01:02:57,062 –> 01:03:00,565
We are living a Goosebumps
story right now?

1177
01:03:00,567 –> 01:03:02,232
Okay, clearly you’re a fan.

1178
01:03:02,234 –> 01:03:04,369
This is the greatest thing
I’ve ever heard!

1179
01:03:04,371 –> 01:03:07,271
Hold on. Let me guess, let me
guess, let me guess. Um…

1180
01:03:07,273 –> 01:03:08,806
Monster Blood.

1181
01:03:08,808 –> 01:03:11,776
No, too on the nose.
Yeah, you’re right. Um…

1182
01:03:11,778 –> 01:03:14,679
The Scarecrow Walks
at Midnight.

1183
01:03:14,681 –> 01:03:16,881
No. Haunted Halloween.

1184
01:03:16,883 –> 01:03:20,118
I don’t know that one.
How does it end?

1185
01:03:20,120 –> 01:03:21,953
That’s the problem.

1186
01:03:21,955 –> 01:03:23,454
It doesn’t.

1187
01:03:23,456 –> 01:03:25,358
(THUNDER RUMBLES)
(COIL CRACKLING)

1188
01:03:29,329 –> 01:03:31,231
(MUFFLED GRUNTING)

1189
01:03:32,500 –> 01:03:33,866
Mm! Mm!

1190
01:03:33,868 –> 01:03:35,467
Hello, Mama.

1191
01:03:35,469 –> 01:03:37,236
Remember me?

1192
01:03:37,238 –> 01:03:39,405
You put me on your lap.

1193
01:03:39,407 –> 01:03:41,774
Put those cute words
in my mouth.

1194
01:03:41,776 –> 01:03:45,544
What was it you called me?
“Bobo” Ha-ha-ha.

1195
01:03:45,546 –> 01:03:47,579
Can’t talk?

1196
01:03:47,581 –> 01:03:49,515
Don’t you worry.

1197
01:03:49,517 –> 01:03:53,452
From now on, I’ll do
the talking for both of us.

1198
01:03:53,454 –> 01:03:55,622
(SLAPPY & WALTER CACKLE)

1199
01:03:55,624 –> 01:03:58,926
I’m gonna make you
so proud, Mama.

1200
01:04:00,762 –> 01:04:03,563
Onarrak unolom

1201
01:04:03,565 –> 01:04:05,365
amol

1202
01:04:05,367 –> 01:04:07,367
annodo irram

1203
01:04:07,369 –> 01:04:09,001
urrak.

1204
01:04:09,003 –> 01:04:11,104
(KATHY WHIMPERING)

1205
01:04:11,106 –> 01:04:13,072
(LAUGHING)
– It’s working.

1206
01:04:13,074 –> 01:04:14,543
Yes.

1207
01:04:17,112 –> 01:04:19,780
(CACKLES)

1208
01:04:19,782 –> 01:04:21,114
(IMITATES EXPLOSION)

1209
01:04:21,116 –> 01:04:24,050
My mind is literally
blown right now.

1210
01:04:24,052 –> 01:04:27,253
I mean, we get to finish
our Goosebumps story!

1211
01:04:27,255 –> 01:04:29,623
This isn’t a creative-writing
exercise, Mr. Chu.

1212
01:04:29,625 –> 01:04:31,425
Slappy has our mom!

1213
01:04:31,427 –> 01:04:34,462
Yeah, and then you get to
save your mom. It’s Chapter 22:

1214
01:04:34,464 –> 01:04:37,531
“The kids save their mom
from the demonic dummy.”

1215
01:04:37,533 –> 01:04:39,834
Well, the only thing
I had to save my mom

1216
01:04:39,836 –> 01:04:42,636
was that book,
and I lost it. So…

1217
01:04:42,638 –> 01:04:45,172
Sarah. This is not
your fault.

1218
01:04:45,174 –> 01:04:46,974
If anything, it’s my fault.

1219
01:04:46,976 –> 01:04:49,845
I’m the one who found the book
and brought Slappy to life.

1220
01:04:49,847 –> 01:04:51,580
And I even told Slappy
about Tesla.

1221
01:04:51,582 –> 01:04:53,515
Mom trusted me to
take care of you guys,

1222
01:04:53,517 –> 01:04:55,484
and I told her
I would save her.

1223
01:04:55,486 –> 01:04:57,286
I failed.

1224
01:04:58,822 –> 01:05:00,689
I know I always say that
I can’t wait

1225
01:05:00,691 –> 01:05:03,492
to go to college
and get started on my real life,

1226
01:05:03,494 –> 01:05:05,796
but you guys are my life.

1227
01:05:07,998 –> 01:05:10,232
This is a classic
Goosebumps moment.

1228
01:05:10,234 –> 01:05:12,067
Do you remember
Say Cheese and Die…?

1229
01:05:12,069 –> 01:05:14,069
– This is real life, Chu!
– Okay.

1230
01:05:14,071 –> 01:05:17,773
Guys, Slappy is using the Tesla
Tower to power Halloween.

1231
01:05:17,775 –> 01:05:19,441
If I can get in there,
maybe I can

1232
01:05:19,443 –> 01:05:21,076
shut it off,
and we can save Mom.

1233
01:05:21,078 –> 01:05:22,745
But there’s
monsters everywhere.

1234
01:05:22,747 –> 01:05:24,279
How are we gonna
get past them?

1235
01:05:24,281 –> 01:05:25,781
Easy.

1236
01:05:25,783 –> 01:05:27,249
Camouflage.

1237
01:05:27,251 –> 01:05:28,686
(♪♪♪)

1238
01:05:30,153 –> 01:05:31,990
Welcome to my crafts lab.

1239
01:05:33,258 –> 01:05:35,124
Wow.

1240
01:05:35,126 –> 01:05:39,262
Steady on my grind and got no
Time for playing games

1241
01:05:39,264 –> 01:05:43,065
Money on my mind, I’m kicking
As I’m taking names

1242
01:05:43,067 –> 01:05:45,301
The heat is on
Get out the kitchen

1243
01:05:45,303 –> 01:05:47,169
If you can’t handle
The flames

1244
01:05:47,171 –> 01:05:49,405
I’m hustling
I was born to win

1245
01:05:49,407 –> 01:05:51,307
Ain’t never gonna change

1246
01:05:51,309 –> 01:05:55,579
Let me tell you now
I don’t know how

1247
01:05:55,581 –> 01:05:59,983
But the whole world’s
Gonna know my name

1248
01:05:59,985 –> 01:06:03,654
Just wait and see
They gon’ talk about me

1249
01:06:03,656 –> 01:06:06,757
Things ain’t never
Gon’ be the same

1250
01:06:06,759 –> 01:06:08,492
Are you ready

1251
01:06:08,494 –> 01:06:10,762
Are you ready

1252
01:06:10,764 –> 01:06:14,799
Better make way
‘Cause I’m coming through

1253
01:06:14,801 –> 01:06:16,668
Are you ready for me

1254
01:06:16,670 –> 01:06:19,136
Are you ready for me

1255
01:06:19,138 –> 01:06:23,541
You know I’m gonna be
Legendary

1256
01:06:23,543 –> 01:06:25,543
(ALL SNARLING)

1257
01:06:25,545 –> 01:06:27,179
Jeez,
they’re still everywhere.

1258
01:06:29,583 –> 01:06:31,384
It’s actually working.

1259
01:06:32,852 –> 01:06:34,852
Come on. We gotta
get to that tower.

1260
01:06:34,854 –> 01:06:36,756
(♪♪♪)

1261
01:06:40,427 –> 01:06:42,427
SONNY: I can’t believe
we’re really here.

1262
01:06:42,429 –> 01:06:44,128
I can barely see
out of this thing.

1263
01:06:44,130 –> 01:06:45,864
Is it cool?
Is it awesome?

1264
01:06:45,866 –> 01:06:48,366
(WHISPERING)
Hey, fanboy. Let’s focus.

1265
01:06:48,368 –> 01:06:49,670
Right. Sorry.

1266
01:06:51,706 –> 01:06:53,674
Let’s go.

1267
01:07:02,450 –> 01:07:03,984
(SNARLING)

1268
01:07:03,986 –> 01:07:05,284
(ALL GASP)

1269
01:07:05,286 –> 01:07:06,787
(GRUNTS)

1270
01:07:11,960 –> 01:07:14,596
SARAH: (SOFTLY)
Don’t. Move.

1271
01:07:18,033 –> 01:07:19,935
(GRUNTS)

1272
01:07:23,204 –> 01:07:24,906
Come on, let’s go.
Come on!

1273
01:07:36,986 –> 01:07:38,418
Look at this place.

1274
01:07:38,420 –> 01:07:40,620
SARAH: It’s so creepy.

1275
01:07:40,622 –> 01:07:42,190
Stay close.

1276
01:07:43,760 –> 01:07:45,662
(CHITTERING)

1277
01:07:49,432 –> 01:07:51,766
SAM: No wonder Tesla
abandoned this place.

1278
01:07:51,768 –> 01:07:58,439
Shh, shh, shh.
Do you hear that?

1279
01:07:58,441 –> 01:07:59,975
(SHRIEKING)

1280
01:07:59,977 –> 01:08:01,244
(YELLING)

1281
01:08:07,885 –> 01:08:09,318
Come on.

1282
01:08:13,891 –> 01:08:15,891
(MONSTER GROANS)

1283
01:08:15,893 –> 01:08:18,192
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1284
01:08:18,194 –> 01:08:19,863
(♪♪♪)

1285
01:08:30,175 –> 01:08:32,077
(GIRL SCREAMING)

1286
01:08:35,046 –> 01:08:36,344
STINE: Oh, no.

1287
01:08:36,346 –> 01:08:40,116
Not Haunted Halloween.

1288
01:08:40,118 –> 01:08:41,686
(DEATH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1289
01:08:42,954 –> 01:08:44,821
(GIRLS SCREAMING)

1290
01:08:44,823 –> 01:08:47,792
Oh, my writing was
so cliché back then.

1291
01:08:51,730 –> 01:08:55,565
I knew it! I knew I came up
with that first.

1292
01:08:55,567 –> 01:08:57,867
(SIREN WAILS)

1293
01:08:57,869 –> 01:09:01,370
That clever little dummy’s
writing his own ending.

1294
01:09:01,372 –> 01:09:03,239
Not in my book,
he’s not.

1295
01:09:03,241 –> 01:09:05,508
(BOTH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1296
01:09:05,510 –> 01:09:07,213
Oh, gnomes.

1297
01:09:08,714 –> 01:09:10,180
Don’t you dare.

1298
01:09:10,182 –> 01:09:11,414
Stay.

1299
01:09:11,416 –> 01:09:13,919
Ow! Son of a… Ah!

1300
01:09:15,286 –> 01:09:17,187
(WITCHES SHRIEKING)

1301
01:09:17,189 –> 01:09:19,456
Oh, witches!

1302
01:09:19,458 –> 01:09:21,859
Get away, witches!

1303
01:09:21,861 –> 01:09:24,764
(ENGINE REVS)

1304
01:09:26,432 –> 01:09:29,602
SAM: Guys, do you hear that?
– Shh!

1305
01:09:33,106 –> 01:09:34,371
Wow.

1306
01:09:34,373 –> 01:09:36,943
SARAH: Whoa.

1307
01:09:37,778 –> 01:09:40,512
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

1308
01:09:40,514 –> 01:09:42,247
Welcome.

1309
01:09:42,249 –> 01:09:44,384
Slappy.

1310
01:09:46,052 –> 01:09:47,287
(GRUNTING)

1311
01:09:49,422 –> 01:09:51,322
– Walter?
(GRUNTS)

1312
01:09:51,324 –> 01:09:53,025
Where’s my mother?

1313
01:09:53,027 –> 01:09:56,130
Don’t you mean our mother?

1314
01:10:00,835 –> 01:10:03,769
(IN RASPY VOICE)
There’s my sweet little babies.

1315
01:10:03,771 –> 01:10:07,072
I just love a family reunion.

1316
01:10:07,074 –> 01:10:10,308
– Mom.
– What did you do?

1317
01:10:10,310 –> 01:10:12,411
(ALL GASP)

1318
01:10:12,413 –> 01:10:14,413
SLAPPY: I had a papa once!

1319
01:10:14,415 –> 01:10:16,348
He let me down.

1320
01:10:16,350 –> 01:10:19,252
But a mother’s love
is forever.

1321
01:10:19,254 –> 01:10:21,054
Turn her back now,
you psycho!

1322
01:10:21,056 –> 01:10:22,788
Oh, should I?

1323
01:10:22,790 –> 01:10:27,393
Unfortunately,
I have other plans.

1324
01:10:27,395 –> 01:10:29,428
Walter!
The book, please.

1325
01:10:29,430 –> 01:10:30,598
Yes.

1326
01:10:32,600 –> 01:10:34,134
This book.

1327
01:10:34,136 –> 01:10:36,102
Go prepare the tower!

1328
01:10:36,104 –> 01:10:38,138
(GROWLS)

1329
01:10:38,140 –> 01:10:40,440
I’m going to do what
Stine couldn’t:

1330
01:10:40,442 –> 01:10:43,743
Finish this book,
once and for all.

1331
01:10:43,745 –> 01:10:45,647
(BOTH CACKLING)

1332
01:10:49,451 –> 01:10:52,220
(CHUCKLES)
Spoiler alert:

1333
01:10:52,222 –> 01:10:54,989
The manuscript gets destroyed
in that tower,

1334
01:10:54,991 –> 01:10:58,491
and my Halloween family
lasts forever!

1335
01:10:58,493 –> 01:11:01,696
Mama,
babysit the children for me.

1336
01:11:01,698 –> 01:11:03,496
Yes, dear.

1337
01:11:03,498 –> 01:11:05,666
We can’t let him
destroy that book.

1338
01:11:05,668 –> 01:11:09,439
Sonny, turn this thing off.
I’m going after Slappy.

1339
01:11:12,041 –> 01:11:14,141
Just you and me now,
Slappy.

1340
01:11:14,143 –> 01:11:19,181
Can’t hear you. I’m too far
ahead of you. Hee-hee-hee!

1341
01:11:19,183 –> 01:11:22,050
SONNY: This is amperage
and this is voltage?

1342
01:11:22,052 –> 01:11:23,886
None of these cables
make any sense.

1343
01:11:23,888 –> 01:11:25,787
What about here?
Start pulling levers.

1344
01:11:25,789 –> 01:11:28,156
– No, no, Sam, don’t!
– Ah!

1345
01:11:28,158 –> 01:11:30,526
Slappy booby-trapped
all this stuff.

1346
01:11:39,803 –> 01:11:41,570
(GASPS)

1347
01:11:41,572 –> 01:11:45,409
Careful, Sarah. It’d be a shame
to fall from that height.

1348
01:11:46,510 –> 01:11:48,311
(WITCH SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

1349
01:11:48,313 –> 01:11:49,713
(YELLS)

1350
01:11:53,318 –> 01:11:55,417
Plenty more
where that came from.

1351
01:11:55,419 –> 01:11:57,419
(CACKLES)

1352
01:11:57,421 –> 01:11:59,758
Come on, Sonny,
turn this thing off.

1353
01:12:01,593 –> 01:12:04,093
Oh, no. Sonny hurry up.

1354
01:12:04,095 –> 01:12:05,828
Slappy’s at the top.
Do something.

1355
01:12:05,830 –> 01:12:07,230
I can’t do it, Sam.

1356
01:12:07,232 –> 01:12:09,732
Come on, Sonny.
You are the smartest kid I know.

1357
01:12:09,734 –> 01:12:12,269
Sam, I couldn’t even do
my little science project.

1358
01:12:12,271 –> 01:12:13,536
Slappy did that.

1359
01:12:13,538 –> 01:12:14,973
And even that one shorted out.

1360
01:12:18,044 –> 01:12:20,443
Wait. That’s it.

1361
01:12:20,445 –> 01:12:24,248
We turn it up. All the way up.
We blow the fuse.

1362
01:12:24,250 –> 01:12:26,016
– Yes!
– The fuse is over there.

1363
01:12:26,018 –> 01:12:27,920
(♪♪♪)

1364
01:12:31,357 –> 01:12:36,527
And now to finish this story
and destroy the town.

1365
01:12:36,529 –> 01:12:37,964
(GRUNTS)

1366
01:12:39,098 –> 01:12:40,267
No!

1367
01:12:42,102 –> 01:12:44,568
What do you think
you’re doing?

1368
01:12:44,570 –> 01:12:46,237
Writing my own ending.

1369
01:12:46,239 –> 01:12:47,738
Spoiler alert:
I save the town

1370
01:12:47,740 –> 01:12:49,309
and put you back
where you belong.

1371
01:12:52,112 –> 01:12:53,912
(GRUNTING)

1372
01:12:53,914 –> 01:12:55,612
SLAPPY: What’s the matter?

1373
01:12:55,614 –> 01:12:57,749
Writer’s block?

1374
01:12:57,751 –> 01:12:59,184
Again?

1375
01:12:59,186 –> 01:13:00,819
– Grab that lever. Yes.
– This one?

1376
01:13:00,821 –> 01:13:03,154
On my count,
we push up at the same time.

1377
01:13:03,156 –> 01:13:04,825
Ready Go!

1378
01:13:07,094 –> 01:13:08,229
(ALARM SOUNDING)

1379
01:13:16,337 –> 01:13:17,769
Give me the book.

1380
01:13:17,771 –> 01:13:19,040
(GRUNTING)

1381
01:13:20,975 –> 01:13:23,275
You’re not gonna
get this book, Slappy.

1382
01:13:23,277 –> 01:13:26,312
I have a friend
who might think otherwise.

1383
01:13:26,314 –> 01:13:27,982
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1384
01:13:29,283 –> 01:13:30,983
(SARAH YELLS)

1385
01:13:30,985 –> 01:13:32,887
(BALLOONS POPPING)

1386
01:13:36,425 –> 01:13:38,960
Nowhere else to run, sis!

1387
01:13:43,198 –> 01:13:46,732
Fine. You win, Slappy.

1388
01:13:46,734 –> 01:13:49,602
I’ll give you the book,
but you gotta turn my mom back.

1389
01:13:49,604 –> 01:13:51,140
Deal.

1390
01:13:56,445 –> 01:13:59,746
It all ends
Slappily ever after.

1391
01:13:59,748 –> 01:14:01,314
(CACKLES)

1392
01:14:01,316 –> 01:14:04,017
You forgot one thing:

1393
01:14:04,019 –> 01:14:05,919
Never judge a book
by its cover.

1394
01:14:05,921 –> 01:14:07,723
What?

1395
01:14:09,024 –> 01:14:10,324
No!

1396
01:14:10,326 –> 01:14:12,228
(BOTH YELL)

1397
01:14:17,934 –> 01:14:19,736
(GROANING)

1398
01:14:23,773 –> 01:14:25,942
(ALL GRUNTING)

1399
01:14:31,214 –> 01:14:33,415
(NORMALLY)
Sonny, what’s happening?

1400
01:14:33,417 –> 01:14:34,584
Mom.

1401
01:14:35,919 –> 01:14:37,854
We need to get out of here!

1402
01:14:39,756 –> 01:14:42,026
(SCREAMING)

1403
01:14:48,365 –> 01:14:50,267
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1404
01:15:14,758 –> 01:15:16,660
(YELLING)

1405
01:15:23,168 –> 01:15:24,537
(GROANING)

1406
01:15:28,574 –> 01:15:30,476
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1407
01:15:34,980 –> 01:15:36,580
(YELLS)

1408
01:15:36,582 –> 01:15:38,715
It’s working!

1409
01:15:38,717 –> 01:15:39,919
Go, kids!

1410
01:15:41,786 –> 01:15:43,122
(BRAKES SQUEAL)

1411
01:15:57,069 –> 01:15:58,470
(WOLF HOWLS)

1412
01:15:58,472 –> 01:16:00,039
(GROANING)

1413
01:16:08,515 –> 01:16:10,417
(PANTING)

1414
01:16:21,361 –> 01:16:22,696
Hello?

1415
01:16:23,997 –> 01:16:25,730
Someone called for me?

1416
01:16:25,732 –> 01:16:29,402
KATHY: Sarah Oh! Oh…
– Mom!

1417
01:16:29,404 –> 01:16:31,137
STINE: Hello?

1418
01:16:31,139 –> 01:16:33,472
I got your message.
I’m here.

1419
01:16:33,474 –> 01:16:35,675
Don’t worry.
Everything’s going to be okay.

1420
01:16:35,677 –> 01:16:38,010
I need typing paper,
a thesaurus,

1421
01:16:38,012 –> 01:16:40,112
Diet Coke,
and a quiet place to compose.

1422
01:16:40,114 –> 01:16:43,883
Preferably in a comfortable
chair with lumbar support.

1423
01:16:43,885 –> 01:16:46,687
Are you R.L. Stine?

1424
01:16:46,689 –> 01:16:49,623
Me No, I’m Dr. Seuss.
R.L. Stine was unavailable.

1425
01:16:49,625 –> 01:16:51,059
Yes, of course,
I’m R.L. Stine!

1426
01:16:52,827 –> 01:16:55,698
Then I guess this
belongs to you.

1427
01:16:56,632 –> 01:16:58,332
Don’t open it.

1428
01:16:58,334 –> 01:17:00,334
(GASPS)

1429
01:17:00,336 –> 01:17:02,735
My first book.

1430
01:17:02,737 –> 01:17:04,504
(SCOFFS)

1431
01:17:04,506 –> 01:17:08,175
You realize I wrote this
when I was around your age.

1432
01:17:08,177 –> 01:17:12,012
More of an amateur work, really,
but I am sure you’ll all agree

1433
01:17:12,014 –> 01:17:15,217
it shows the undeniable promise
of a brilliant young writer.

1434
01:17:16,352 –> 01:17:17,884
Why do you have
a typewriter?

1435
01:17:17,886 –> 01:17:20,254
I was going to
save you with it,

1436
01:17:20,256 –> 01:17:22,956
although it appears you found
a way to save yourselves.

1437
01:17:22,958 –> 01:17:25,693
– A typewriter?
– It’s been done before.

1438
01:17:25,695 –> 01:17:27,295
Once before.

1439
01:17:27,297 –> 01:17:29,230
Maybe twice.

1440
01:17:29,232 –> 01:17:30,964
Maybe more.

1441
01:17:30,966 –> 01:17:32,899
WALTER: Kathy?

1442
01:17:32,901 –> 01:17:35,203
Walter, manager
at Fred’s Pharmacy.

1443
01:17:35,205 –> 01:17:36,437
It’s nice to see you.

1444
01:17:36,439 –> 01:17:38,573
Hi. It’s nice to
see you too.

1445
01:17:38,575 –> 01:17:40,141
What are you doing here?

1446
01:17:40,143 –> 01:17:41,576
I don’t know.

1447
01:17:41,578 –> 01:17:43,945
Walter! Walter!
You got turned into a monster.

1448
01:17:43,947 –> 01:17:46,615
You were big, green, ugly.
You were Slappy’s henchman!

1449
01:17:46,617 –> 01:17:48,983
Weather patterns.
Very strange weather patterns.

1450
01:17:48,985 –> 01:17:51,152
But I think everything’s
back to normal now.

1451
01:17:51,154 –> 01:17:54,155
Fine. Okay, yeah,
the weather has been weird.

1452
01:17:54,157 –> 01:17:55,724
It’s true. Okay, thanks.

1453
01:17:55,726 –> 01:17:57,559
KATHY: What happened to your shirt?

1454
01:17:57,561 –> 01:17:59,094
WALTER: I don’t know.

1455
01:17:59,096 –> 01:18:01,063
(IN PIG LATIN)
Ixnay on the onsters-may.

1456
01:18:01,065 –> 01:18:03,065
– Go ahead, ollow-fay.
SONNY: What?

1457
01:18:03,067 –> 01:18:05,267
(IN ENGLISH)
Means “follow.” Pig Latin.

1458
01:18:05,269 –> 01:18:08,304
Oh, the youth today.

1459
01:18:08,306 –> 01:18:10,439
WALTER: So funny running into you.

1460
01:18:10,441 –> 01:18:14,276
Right I always hoped we’d run
into each other outside of work.

1461
01:18:14,278 –> 01:18:15,545
WALTER: Yeah, me too.

1462
01:18:15,547 –> 01:18:18,080
Hey, if you’re not
busy next week,

1463
01:18:18,082 –> 01:18:20,049
would you wanna
have some dinner?

1464
01:18:20,051 –> 01:18:22,719
– Yeah. Yeah, heh, heh.
– Yeah That’s awesome.

1465
01:18:22,721 –> 01:18:25,255
So they don’t remember
what happened to them?

1466
01:18:25,257 –> 01:18:26,623
The transmutation process

1467
01:18:26,625 –> 01:18:28,625
seems to have wiped
their memories clean.

1468
01:18:28,627 –> 01:18:31,127
All those who were affected
won’t remember a thing.

1469
01:18:31,129 –> 01:18:32,998
(TOMMY SCREAMS)

1470
01:18:38,437 –> 01:18:39,871
Tommy?

1471
01:18:41,574 –> 01:18:44,608
SAM: Are you okay?
– Oh, my God. Guys.

1472
01:18:44,610 –> 01:18:46,610
I had this crazy dream.

1473
01:18:46,612 –> 01:18:49,313
I’m so glad to see you.

1474
01:18:49,315 –> 01:18:51,782
You know, can’t believe
I’m saying this,

1475
01:18:51,784 –> 01:18:53,850
but I’m glad
to see you too, Tommy.

1476
01:18:53,852 –> 01:18:56,354
Kids falling
from the sky.

1477
01:18:56,356 –> 01:18:58,624
My work here is done.

1478
01:19:01,694 –> 01:19:03,361
I’m a writer too.

1479
01:19:03,363 –> 01:19:07,865
Well, an aspiring,
very stuck writer at the moment.

1480
01:19:07,867 –> 01:19:09,533
My condolences.

1481
01:19:09,535 –> 01:19:11,969
All the horrors
in the world can’t compare

1482
01:19:11,971 –> 01:19:14,508
to the terrors
of the blank page.

1483
01:19:17,143 –> 01:19:20,512
Um, any advice
on college essays?

1484
01:19:20,514 –> 01:19:23,582
Well, first rule of writing:
write what you know.

1485
01:19:23,584 –> 01:19:25,317
Thirty years,
and I couldn’t figure out

1486
01:19:25,319 –> 01:19:26,585
how this book should end.

1487
01:19:26,587 –> 01:19:27,986
And somehow you figured out

1488
01:19:27,988 –> 01:19:29,356
how to finish it
in one night.

1489
01:19:30,758 –> 01:19:32,557
I believe in you.

1490
01:19:32,559 –> 01:19:35,227
(ENGINE STARTS)

1491
01:19:35,229 –> 01:19:37,131
(♪♪♪)

1492
01:19:39,500 –> 01:19:42,236
Hm. “Write what you know.”

1493
01:19:43,705 –> 01:19:45,671
SARAH: Recount a time in your life

1494
01:19:45,673 –> 01:19:48,608
when you faced a fear,
challenge or failure.

1495
01:19:48,610 –> 01:19:51,009
I think most of us
are afraid

1496
01:19:51,011 –> 01:19:53,212
that we don’t have
a story to tell.

1497
01:19:53,214 –> 01:19:56,182
That there’s nothing
special about us.

1498
01:19:56,184 –> 01:19:59,051
And then a moment comes
when you least expect it

1499
01:19:59,053 –> 01:20:00,854
where you have to step up,

1500
01:20:00,856 –> 01:20:03,022
no matter
how terrified you are.

1501
01:20:03,024 –> 01:20:04,424
But what
I’ve learned is that

1502
01:20:04,426 –> 01:20:06,058
it’s good to be scared
sometimes.

1503
01:20:06,060 –> 01:20:08,428
Scared of losing
the people we love.

1504
01:20:08,430 –> 01:20:11,130
– Stop, stop!
– It’s a ventriloquist dummy.

1505
01:20:11,132 –> 01:20:13,032
– Oh.
– Really?

1506
01:20:13,034 –> 01:20:14,601
– That’s not funny, Mom.
– Too soon.

1507
01:20:14,603 –> 01:20:16,202
No, I like it.

1508
01:20:16,204 –> 01:20:18,205
Congratulations,
Sonny.

1509
01:20:18,207 –> 01:20:20,072
Thank you so much,
Principal Harrison.

1510
01:20:20,074 –> 01:20:22,609
SARAH: Or scared of not
achieving our dreams.

1511
01:20:22,611 –> 01:20:24,411
Because those moments
remind us

1512
01:20:24,413 –> 01:20:26,680
just how special
our stories really are.

1513
01:20:26,682 –> 01:20:28,317
– Here’s to us.
– Indeed.

1514
01:20:31,387 –> 01:20:34,388
– Hey, Sarah!
– Hi, Mr. Chu.

1515
01:20:34,390 –> 01:20:35,759
CHU: Watch this.

1516
01:20:36,693 –> 01:20:38,560
(MECHANICAL GRUNTS)

1517
01:20:38,562 –> 01:20:41,061
(CHUCKLES)
– I like it.

1518
01:20:41,063 –> 01:20:43,398
Yeah, I just made it
life-size this year.

1519
01:20:43,400 –> 01:20:45,733
You know, just in case.

1520
01:20:45,735 –> 01:20:47,702
No, seriously, you know,
just in case.

1521
01:20:47,704 –> 01:20:50,705
Right. I’ll see you later,
Mr. Chu.

1522
01:20:50,707 –> 01:20:52,207
Bye!

1523
01:20:52,209 –> 01:20:54,075
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

1524
01:20:54,077 –> 01:20:57,579
SARAH: And maybe when you
face enough of your fears

1525
01:20:57,581 –> 01:21:00,515
life stops being
so scary after all.

1526
01:21:00,517 –> 01:21:04,753
Now’s the day
To make our dreams alive

1527
01:21:04,755 –> 01:21:07,723
Hey, honey.

1528
01:21:07,725 –> 01:21:09,527
What happened?

1529
01:21:11,094 –> 01:21:12,394
I got in.

1530
01:21:12,396 –> 01:21:14,630
I knew it.
I knew you could do it.

1531
01:21:14,632 –> 01:21:16,499
Oh, I’m so proud
of you!

1532
01:21:16,501 –> 01:21:18,634
(LAUGHS)

1533
01:21:18,636 –> 01:21:20,636
I guess I’m proud.

1534
01:21:20,638 –> 01:21:24,507
– Thanks, Sonny.
– Come on, bring it in.

1535
01:21:24,509 –> 01:21:26,442
Congratulations.

1536
01:21:26,444 –> 01:21:28,945
(CHUCKLES)
Here, take off your jacket.

1537
01:21:28,947 –> 01:21:31,447
Guys, give her some
ornaments, please.

1538
01:21:31,449 –> 01:21:32,682
Oh, yeah,
yeah, yeah.

1539
01:21:32,684 –> 01:21:34,985
– I’m so happy!
– Ha-ha-ha!

1540
01:21:34,987 –> 01:21:37,321
– Here, put that right there.
– Yeah, I like that one.

1541
01:21:38,356 –> 01:21:39,525
(KEYS CLACKING)

1542
01:21:44,630 –> 01:21:46,899
Finally, a new book.

1543
01:21:50,302 –> 01:21:51,905
Yes.

1544
01:22:00,412 –> 01:22:01,812
(SIGHS)

1545
01:22:01,814 –> 01:22:04,314
SLAPPY: Hello, Papa.

1546
01:22:04,316 –> 01:22:06,918
Slappy! I thought
the book got you.

1547
01:22:06,920 –> 01:22:09,219
Maybe those others,
but not me.

1548
01:22:09,221 –> 01:22:11,022
Why is that?

1549
01:22:11,024 –> 01:22:13,089
You know
I always survive.

1550
01:22:13,091 –> 01:22:15,026
You wrote me that way.

1551
01:22:15,028 –> 01:22:19,664
In fact, I wrote my own story
while I was gone.

1552
01:22:19,666 –> 01:22:21,666
And guess what.

1553
01:22:21,668 –> 01:22:24,070
You’re the main character.

1554
01:22:25,138 –> 01:22:27,171
No.

1555
01:22:27,173 –> 01:22:30,376
No!

1556
01:22:31,845 –> 01:22:35,047
You try living in a book
for a while, Papa.

1557
01:22:35,049 –> 01:22:37,482
(CACKLES)

1558
01:22:37,484 –> 01:22:40,387
(♪♪♪)

1559
01:22:41,522 –> 01:22:43,424
(MONSTERS SHRIEKING)

1560
01:22:54,035 –> 01:22:56,203
(ROARS)

1561
01:23:06,615 –> 01:23:08,049
(SHRIEKS)

1562
01:23:09,351 –> 01:23:11,252
(BEARS CACKLING)

1563
01:23:12,687 –> 01:23:14,756
(CACKLES)

1564
01:23:15,757 –> 01:23:17,893
(CHITTERING)

1565
01:23:22,564 –> 01:23:25,231
(GIBBERS)

1566
01:23:25,233 –> 01:23:26,566
HORSEMAN: Hyah!

1567
01:23:26,568 –> 01:23:28,136
(NEIGHS)

1568
01:23:29,304 –> 01:23:30,771
(CHITTERS)

1569
01:23:30,773 –> 01:23:32,271
(GIBBERS)

1570
01:23:32,273 –> 01:23:33,807
HAND: Hands off!

1571
01:23:33,809 –> 01:23:35,845
Hiya! Look at my candle.

1572
01:23:37,145 –> 01:23:39,048
(LAUGHING)

1573
01:23:44,286 –> 01:23:47,024
(SHRIEKING)

1574
01:23:49,325 –> 01:23:51,227
(ROARING)

1575
01:23:52,595 –> 01:23:54,330
(HOWLS)

1576
01:24:05,809 –> 01:24:07,711
(♪♪♪)

1577
01:25:36,703 –> 01:25:38,605
(♪♪♪)

1578
01:28:04,123 –> 01:28:06,058
(♪♪♪)
1
00:00:47,769 –> 00:00:50,672
(♪♪♪)

2
00:01:18,577 –> 00:01:23,577
Subtitles by explosiveskull
‎‭♥‏‏ Colored by novabros‏‏‏‎

3
00:02:01,713 –> 00:02:03,646
SARAH: Fear.

4
00:02:03,648 –> 00:02:08,018
Fear is something
that everyone experiences.

5
00:02:08,020 –> 00:02:12,322
Fear is a feeling
that we all know.

6
00:02:12,324 –> 00:02:15,795
For me, a fear
that shaped my life was…

7
00:02:17,897 –> 00:02:19,630
(SIGHS)

8
00:02:19,632 –> 00:02:21,464
God, that sucks.

9
00:02:21,466 –> 00:02:23,335
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

10
00:02:27,940 –> 00:02:29,440
(SIGHS)

11
00:02:29,442 –> 00:02:31,475
“Recount a time
when you faced a fear,

12
00:02:31,477 –> 00:02:33,077
challenge or failure.

13
00:02:33,079 –> 00:02:35,982
How did it define you,
or how did you overcome it?”

14
00:02:40,786 –> 00:02:42,722
(♪♪♪)

15
00:02:46,192 –> 00:02:47,426
(RATTLING)

16
00:02:51,430 –> 00:02:53,165
Hello?

17
00:02:54,735 –> 00:02:56,470
Hello?

18
00:03:03,276 –> 00:03:05,477
(ROARS)
(YELPS)

19
00:03:05,479 –> 00:03:07,746
(LAUGHING)

20
00:03:07,748 –> 00:03:09,447
Tyler What are you doing?

21
00:03:09,449 –> 00:03:11,549
Are you crazy?
My mom is gonna hear you.

22
00:03:11,551 –> 00:03:13,119
You see this mask?

23
00:03:13,121 –> 00:03:14,419
Got it on sale.

24
00:03:14,421 –> 00:03:15,655
Very scary.

25
00:03:15,657 –> 00:03:17,288
Sorry.
I was in the neighborhood.

26
00:03:17,290 –> 00:03:19,992
– I texted you like 10 times.
– I told you my phone’s off.

27
00:03:19,994 –> 00:03:22,528
If I miss this deadline,
I don’t get into Columbia.

28
00:03:22,530 –> 00:03:24,864
You’ll be here with me
the next four years.

29
00:03:24,866 –> 00:03:28,934
Consider me your safety school.
Close by, good parties…

30
00:03:28,936 –> 00:03:32,638
Oh, really. Do you also offer
a creative-writing program?

31
00:03:32,640 –> 00:03:36,109
Oh, I’m super creative.
Look, I got you a care package.

32
00:03:36,111 –> 00:03:40,279
– Pringles. And a little bit of Red Bull.
– Heh.

33
00:03:40,281 –> 00:03:42,151
– Thank you.
– You’re welcome.

34
00:03:43,919 –> 00:03:45,152
(DOOR OPENS)

35
00:03:45,154 –> 00:03:46,722
You are so busted.

36
00:03:47,790 –> 00:03:49,923
– So, so busted.
– I’ve got it.

37
00:03:49,925 –> 00:03:51,992
Mom,
this is not what it looks like.

38
00:03:51,994 –> 00:03:54,861
KATHY: No, I know what it is.
I heard the entire thing.

39
00:03:54,863 –> 00:03:56,797
Do people
not whisper anymore?

40
00:03:56,799 –> 00:03:59,633
“Hey, I brought Pringles
and Red Bull.”

41
00:03:59,635 –> 00:04:02,335
“You better be quiet
’cause my mom will hear us.”

42
00:04:02,337 –> 00:04:03,570
(KATHY STAMPS FEET)

43
00:04:03,572 –> 00:04:05,305
Tyler, go home.

44
00:04:05,307 –> 00:04:07,942
Okay.
Uh, just to clarify,

45
00:04:07,944 –> 00:04:10,343
do you mean back out the window
or out the front?

46
00:04:10,345 –> 00:04:11,813
Okay, I’ll use the window.

47
00:04:11,815 –> 00:04:13,681
Sorry, Sarah,
I’ll see you tomorrow.

48
00:04:13,683 –> 00:04:15,417
Ooh! I’m good.

49
00:04:16,485 –> 00:04:18,786
Ah! Still good!

50
00:04:18,788 –> 00:04:21,122
– Go to bed.
– Mom, I can explain.

51
00:04:21,124 –> 00:04:23,491
We’ll discuss this
in the morning.

52
00:04:23,493 –> 00:04:26,094
– Sam is gonna love this.
– You go to bed too.

53
00:04:26,096 –> 00:04:27,929
– What’d I do?
– I don’t need a wingman.

54
00:04:27,931 –> 00:04:30,498
– Okay. Going to bed.
– Hmph.

55
00:04:30,500 –> 00:04:32,400
(DOOR CLOSES)

56
00:04:32,402 –> 00:04:34,304
(♪♪♪)

57
00:04:38,408 –> 00:04:39,844
Ow.

58
00:04:42,046 –> 00:04:44,012
You need to stop
electrocuting yourself

59
00:04:44,014 –> 00:04:46,515
– and eat your breakfast.
– Mom, this is due tomorrow,

60
00:04:46,517 –> 00:04:48,417
and it’s worth 50 percent
of my grade.

61
00:04:48,419 –> 00:04:51,053
How about you eat 50 percent
of your eggs?

62
00:04:51,055 –> 00:04:52,688
(POWER WHINES)

63
00:04:52,690 –> 00:04:54,056
Sonny, seriously?

64
00:04:54,058 –> 00:04:55,958
Sorry. I’m getting close.

65
00:04:55,960 –> 00:04:57,259
(DOORBELL RINGING)

66
00:04:57,261 –> 00:04:59,595
Coming.

67
00:04:59,597 –> 00:05:02,031
Coming!

68
00:05:02,033 –> 00:05:03,532
Morning, Ms. Quinn.

69
00:05:03,534 –> 00:05:05,367
– Good morning, Sam.
– How you doing?

70
00:05:05,369 –> 00:05:07,804
MAN: Kathy! Thank
you for taking Sam.

71
00:05:07,806 –> 00:05:10,073
We’ll be back in three days.
We owe you.

72
00:05:10,075 –> 00:05:11,340
You definitely do.

73
00:05:11,342 –> 00:05:13,375
(HORN HONKS)
(CHUCKLING)

74
00:05:13,377 –> 00:05:15,178
Sonny!
Grab your backpack.

75
00:05:15,180 –> 00:05:17,247
Sarah, let’s go!
I’ve got an errand to run

76
00:05:17,249 –> 00:05:19,117
– on the way to school.
SARAH: Coming!

77
00:05:20,685 –> 00:05:22,719
My condolences on your bust
last night.

78
00:05:22,721 –> 00:05:24,921
Good thing I’m here,
in case any other dudes

79
00:05:24,923 –> 00:05:26,556
try to climb
through your window.

80
00:05:26,558 –> 00:05:28,324
Sonny. I’m gonna kill you.

81
00:05:28,326 –> 00:05:30,961
Kill him in the car.
Okay Go, go, go.

82
00:05:30,963 –> 00:05:34,265
Halloween with pumpkins
And mice

83
00:05:34,267 –> 00:05:37,600
Halloween, it’s so nice

84
00:05:37,602 –> 00:05:39,103
Halloween

85
00:05:39,105 –> 00:05:41,872
– Faster, faster.
With pumpkins and mice

86
00:05:41,874 –> 00:05:45,743
Hey, Kathy.
Hey, kids. Heh, heh.

87
00:05:45,745 –> 00:05:47,310
Mr. Chu.

88
00:05:47,312 –> 00:05:49,947
Wow, you practically got
a theme park here.

89
00:05:49,949 –> 00:05:51,649
Check this out.

90
00:05:51,651 –> 00:05:54,051
(WHIRRING)

91
00:05:54,053 –> 00:05:56,854
Oh, my… Oh! Whoa!

92
00:05:56,856 –> 00:06:00,357
(CHUCKLING)
It’s like being in the movies!

93
00:06:00,359 –> 00:06:03,094
I’m gonna have these puppies
up and running in no time.

94
00:06:03,096 –> 00:06:04,595
You know, for the kids.

95
00:06:04,597 –> 00:06:07,766
– Ha-ha-ha. Okay.
– All right. Bye.

96
00:06:07,768 –> 00:06:09,668
He doesn’t actually have kids,
does he?

97
00:06:09,670 –> 00:06:10,969
No, he does not.

98
00:06:10,971 –> 00:06:13,471
Ooh!

99
00:06:13,473 –> 00:06:15,407
(♪♪♪)

100
00:06:15,409 –> 00:06:18,011
All right, everybody,
let’s make this quick.

101
00:06:19,680 –> 00:06:22,480
You can each pick out a pumpkin
to carve if you want to,

102
00:06:22,482 –> 00:06:24,683
but meet me at
the register in five minutes,

103
00:06:24,685 –> 00:06:25,853
– all right?
– Okay.

104
00:06:26,687 –> 00:06:28,787
Alrighty.

105
00:06:28,789 –> 00:06:30,455
Right here Really?

106
00:06:30,457 –> 00:06:34,996
Yes, here. Everywhere.
It’s called marketing.

107
00:06:38,132 –> 00:06:39,632
Anything you wanna
say to me?

108
00:06:39,634 –> 00:06:43,536
Mom… Mom, I was
working all night. I swear.

109
00:06:43,538 –> 00:06:46,372
I swear,
Tyler just snuck over and…

110
00:06:46,374 –> 00:06:48,441
I’ve just been so stuck
on this essay…

111
00:06:48,443 –> 00:06:50,943
You’re a great writer.
You always have been.

112
00:06:50,945 –> 00:06:53,546
When you have to sum up
your whole life in one essay,

113
00:06:53,548 –> 00:06:55,715
it all just sounds so…

114
00:06:55,717 –> 00:06:57,284
unimpressive.

115
00:06:57,286 –> 00:07:01,722
Honey. I think you’re very
impressive and very capable.

116
00:07:01,724 –> 00:07:02,990
You do?

117
00:07:02,992 –> 00:07:04,324
Thank you.

118
00:07:04,326 –> 00:07:05,692
I do.

119
00:07:05,694 –> 00:07:07,928
Which is why I need you
to watch Sonny and Sam

120
00:07:07,930 –> 00:07:09,696
this week
while I’m working doubles.

121
00:07:09,698 –> 00:07:12,065
Mom! No!
My essay is due Friday.

122
00:07:12,067 –> 00:07:14,701
Sonny’s bigger than me.
He doesn’t need a babysitter.

123
00:07:14,703 –> 00:07:19,173
Ha, ha. Have you seen what he
blows up when he’s supervised?

124
00:07:19,175 –> 00:07:21,842
Hon, I know you’re focused
on getting out of here.

125
00:07:21,844 –> 00:07:23,877
But if I don’t cover
these shifts at work,

126
00:07:23,879 –> 00:07:25,146
I could lose my job.

127
00:07:25,148 –> 00:07:27,683
I need to know
I can count on you.

128
00:07:31,121 –> 00:07:34,088
Okay. Fine.

129
00:07:34,090 –> 00:07:36,557
– Really?
– Yes, really.

130
00:07:36,559 –> 00:07:40,795
Well, you have earned yourself
some corn cushions, little lady.

131
00:07:40,797 –> 00:07:42,096
Really Mom.

132
00:07:42,098 –> 00:07:43,932
(BEEPS)

133
00:07:43,934 –> 00:07:47,202
You’re looking real nice today.

134
00:07:47,204 –> 00:07:51,106
Thank you. Heh, heh.
Blue is very in this year.

135
00:07:51,108 –> 00:07:54,176
– I see you got the memo.
– I guess we’re in the know.

136
00:07:54,178 –> 00:07:55,411
(BOTH CHUCKLE)

137
00:07:55,413 –> 00:07:57,279
Okay. Hey, you know,
the adult diapers

138
00:07:57,281 –> 00:07:59,181
are 2-for-1
if you wanna grab another.

139
00:07:59,183 –> 00:08:01,083
– I just need one today.
– Okay. All right.

140
00:08:01,085 –> 00:08:03,419
I don’t need them.
They’re for the nursing home

141
00:08:03,421 –> 00:08:04,820
– where I work.
– Of course.

142
00:08:04,822 –> 00:08:07,089
– I… I don’t… Heh, heh.
– Hey, no judgment.

143
00:08:07,091 –> 00:08:09,758
– Um, okay. Heh, heh.
– I use a toilet. Heh, heh.

144
00:08:09,760 –> 00:08:13,929
All right. Well, hopefully,
I’ll, uh, see you around soon.

145
00:08:13,931 –> 00:08:16,732
Yeah. Yeah.
Thanks for checking me out.

146
00:08:16,734 –> 00:08:19,235
Ringing up my purchases.
You know.

147
00:08:19,237 –> 00:08:20,869
Yes. Yeah. Well, both.

148
00:08:20,871 –> 00:08:23,472
– Yeah. Heh.
– I’ll just get my diapers and go.

149
00:08:23,474 –> 00:08:24,740
Yeah.

150
00:08:24,742 –> 00:08:25,976
Happy Halloween!

151
00:08:25,978 –> 00:08:28,044
(SCHOOL BELL RINGS)

152
00:08:28,046 –> 00:08:29,948
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

153
00:08:31,950 –> 00:08:33,283
BOY: Yeah, I can help you.

154
00:08:33,285 –> 00:08:34,584
GIRL: Hey, wait up!

155
00:08:34,586 –> 00:08:36,555
(GIRLS GIGGLING)
(BOYS LAUGHING)

156
00:08:38,323 –> 00:08:40,657
Oh, dude,
science fair sign-ups.

157
00:08:40,659 –> 00:08:42,692
If I can just get
my Tesla Tower to work,

158
00:08:42,694 –> 00:08:44,127
easily win. It’d be so cool.

159
00:08:44,129 –> 00:08:45,996
What do you mean?
You’re already cool.

160
00:08:45,998 –> 00:08:49,300
We are treasure hunters.
People respect us around here.

161
00:08:49,302 –> 00:08:51,035
(LAUGHING)

162
00:08:51,037 –> 00:08:52,970
– Ew.
TOMMY: Hey, Junk Bros.

163
00:08:52,972 –> 00:08:56,007
SAM: Spit wads What are you, 9?

164
00:08:56,009 –> 00:08:57,675
What’d you say?

165
00:08:57,677 –> 00:08:59,810
(WHISPERING)
Sam, what are you doing?

166
00:08:59,812 –> 00:09:01,748
I got this.

167
00:09:06,652 –> 00:09:08,353
You know,

168
00:09:08,355 –> 00:09:11,423
we were gonna TP Principal
Harrison’s house tomorrow night.

169
00:09:11,425 –> 00:09:13,258
But now,
I think I’m just gonna spend

170
00:09:13,260 –> 00:09:15,260
the whole night
chasing you guys around.

171
00:09:15,262 –> 00:09:18,196
Hey. Boys,
move it or you’re tardy.

172
00:09:18,198 –> 00:09:19,797
Of course, Ms. Hoover.

173
00:09:19,799 –> 00:09:22,434
I was just extolling
to my good friends Sam and Sonny

174
00:09:22,436 –> 00:09:24,970
my deep love for homework
and all things learning.

175
00:09:24,972 –> 00:09:26,206
Get to class.

176
00:09:30,778 –> 00:09:32,012
Yeah.

177
00:09:32,946 –> 00:09:34,980
What a jerk.

178
00:09:34,982 –> 00:09:36,581
I’d like to check
this book out, please.

179
00:09:36,583 –> 00:09:38,384
And you are…?

180
00:09:38,386 –> 00:09:40,386
Tyler Mitchell.

181
00:09:40,388 –> 00:09:43,922
Okay, Tyler Mitchell.

182
00:09:43,924 –> 00:09:46,325
Oh. Yeah, you have four books

183
00:09:46,327 –> 00:09:48,760
you haven’t returned
since sophomore year.

184
00:09:48,762 –> 00:09:50,729
And your account is frozen.

185
00:09:50,731 –> 00:09:51,998
Damn.

186
00:09:52,000 –> 00:09:53,933
It’s gonna cost 40 bucks
to unfreeze it.

187
00:09:53,935 –> 00:09:55,902
I just spent it
on tickets for us

188
00:09:55,904 –> 00:09:57,937
to see DJ Bisky
at the Den tonight.

189
00:09:57,939 –> 00:10:00,239
You have to come.
You can’t say no.

190
00:10:00,241 –> 00:10:02,509
My way of saying sorry
for getting you busted.

191
00:10:02,511 –> 00:10:04,744
I-I can’t.
My mom is making me

192
00:10:04,746 –> 00:10:07,514
watch my stupid brother
all week and his friend…

193
00:10:07,516 –> 00:10:10,150
Come on. Don’t wait for college
to start having fun.

194
00:10:10,152 –> 00:10:11,552
Show starts at 8.

195
00:10:11,554 –> 00:10:14,654
Get your brother
a babysitter.

196
00:10:14,656 –> 00:10:16,258
(♪♪♪)

197
00:10:21,097 –> 00:10:24,266
Okay. Sam, what do you think?

198
00:10:25,267 –> 00:10:27,434
Nice. Looks just like you.

199
00:10:27,436 –> 00:10:28,804
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

200
00:10:31,107 –> 00:10:32,576
Hello.

201
00:10:34,276 –> 00:10:36,743
Yeah. Yeah, you’re speaking
to a Junk Brother.

202
00:10:36,745 –> 00:10:39,613
Yes, ma’am. This afternoon?

203
00:10:39,615 –> 00:10:41,748
Let me check with my associate.

204
00:10:41,750 –> 00:10:43,750
– Hang up on her.
– This is our opportunity.

205
00:10:43,752 –> 00:10:45,819
– We’re too busy. Stop it.
– We’re doing this.

206
00:10:45,821 –> 00:10:48,490
I have my Tesla Tower project,
I have algebra. No way.

207
00:10:48,492 –> 00:10:50,492
– Fine, fine, fine! Whatever.
– Sam.

208
00:10:50,494 –> 00:10:52,095
All right. Fine.

209
00:10:53,497 –> 00:10:56,231
You are in luck.
Yeah, we can squeeze you in.

210
00:10:56,233 –> 00:10:59,267
24 Ashley Lane?

211
00:10:59,269 –> 00:11:00,835
No, no problem. No problem.

212
00:11:00,837 –> 00:11:04,174
Yeah. Fear not, ma’am.
Junk is our middle name.

213
00:11:05,343 –> 00:11:06,808
(PHONE BEEPS)

214
00:11:06,810 –> 00:11:09,211
“Junk is our…”?
Do you even hear yourself?

215
00:11:09,213 –> 00:11:12,982
Get your shoes on.
It’s time to get rich!

216
00:11:12,984 –> 00:11:15,151
I already have my shoes on.

217
00:11:15,153 –> 00:11:17,088
(♪♪♪)

218
00:11:37,342 –> 00:11:40,544
I guess this is it.
24 Ashley Lane.

219
00:11:40,546 –> 00:11:43,046
Twenty-four is the number
of people murdered here.

220
00:11:43,048 –> 00:11:44,813
All right, Sonny.

221
00:11:44,815 –> 00:11:46,449
Let’s do this.

222
00:11:46,451 –> 00:11:48,353
(CROW CAWING)

223
00:11:57,729 –> 00:12:00,600
Hey. I don’t like the way
those things are looking at us.

224
00:12:03,636 –> 00:12:06,939
We’re treasure hunters, Sonny,
remember. Come on.

225
00:12:20,153 –> 00:12:21,754
(DOOR CREAKS)

226
00:12:27,060 –> 00:12:28,395
Hello?

227
00:12:38,339 –> 00:12:39,506
SONNY: Some treasure.

228
00:12:41,442 –> 00:12:43,310
This place
is definitely haunted.

229
00:12:46,947 –> 00:12:50,182
Dude, there’s more stuff
over here. Come on.

230
00:12:50,184 –> 00:12:53,118
This room’s
even worse.

231
00:12:53,120 –> 00:12:55,287
Come on, Sonny,
it’s not that bad.

232
00:12:55,289 –> 00:12:57,425
There is nothing
to be afraid of.

233
00:12:58,360 –> 00:13:00,360
(BOTH YELL)

234
00:13:00,362 –> 00:13:01,730
(CLEARS THROAT)

235
00:13:06,401 –> 00:13:08,468
SAM: Who stuffs a cat?

236
00:13:08,470 –> 00:13:11,006
How much are they paying us
for this?

237
00:13:12,741 –> 00:13:14,540
(GRUNTS)

238
00:13:14,542 –> 00:13:16,609
Can’t believe you said
we’d work for free.

239
00:13:16,611 –> 00:13:18,278
Not for free.
The lady said

240
00:13:18,280 –> 00:13:20,413
we could keep any junk
we don’t throw away.

241
00:13:20,415 –> 00:13:22,549
Some of that stuff
can have monetary value.

242
00:13:22,551 –> 00:13:24,685
You know what else
has monetary value, Sam?

243
00:13:24,687 –> 00:13:27,222
– Actual money.
– Just start cleaning. Come on.

244
00:13:30,959 –> 00:13:33,594
Found some more stuff
in the attic.

245
00:13:33,596 –> 00:13:36,766
SAM: Okay, what do we got?
– Maybe this is worth something.

246
00:13:40,436 –> 00:13:41,735
It’s stuck.

247
00:13:41,737 –> 00:13:43,272
(GRUNTING)

248
00:13:48,578 –> 00:13:50,480
(♪♪♪)

249
00:13:56,018 –> 00:13:58,320
Dude, I think
we just found a treasure chest!

250
00:13:58,322 –> 00:14:00,455
– Go get it.
– Jackpot!

251
00:14:00,457 –> 00:14:03,191
This is amazing.
It’s like a whole room in here.

252
00:14:03,193 –> 00:14:05,462
I told you.
We come here, we find treasure.

253
00:14:07,964 –> 00:14:10,365
Help me with this.
I bet this thing

254
00:14:10,367 –> 00:14:12,702
is filled with gold
and diamonds and Bitcoins.

255
00:14:12,704 –> 00:14:15,103
Uh, you know Bitcoins
are cryptocurrency, right?

256
00:14:15,105 –> 00:14:17,305
It’s not real coins,
it’s virtual coins.

257
00:14:17,307 –> 00:14:20,175
It’s really cool. It starts
with a process called mining…

258
00:14:20,177 –> 00:14:22,143
Stop being a nerd
for a second and help.

259
00:14:22,145 –> 00:14:24,179
– Yeah, sorry.
– Thank you. Here.

260
00:14:24,181 –> 00:14:27,785
All right. You ready?
Three, two, and…

261
00:14:31,356 –> 00:14:32,523
What?

262
00:14:36,594 –> 00:14:38,461
It’s locked.

263
00:14:38,463 –> 00:14:40,262
Who would lock a book?

264
00:14:40,264 –> 00:14:41,966
Here’s a key.

265
00:14:44,168 –> 00:14:45,635
(BOTH COUGH)

266
00:14:45,637 –> 00:14:47,671
Oh, man.

267
00:14:47,673 –> 00:14:49,374
(GROANS)
(SIGHS)

268
00:14:52,143 –> 00:14:54,176
SAM: Well, what’s in it?

269
00:14:54,178 –> 00:14:56,248
Nothing.
It’s just a beat-up old book.

270
00:14:57,915 –> 00:14:59,685
Doesn’t have a title page.

271
00:15:01,919 –> 00:15:04,321
– So much for treasure.
– Well, look.

272
00:15:04,323 –> 00:15:06,757
We still have all this stuff.
This is a good haul.

273
00:15:06,759 –> 00:15:08,258
Just grab the book anyway.

274
00:15:08,260 –> 00:15:10,427
– It’s gotta be worth something.
– Yeah.

275
00:15:10,429 –> 00:15:12,028
(GASPS)

276
00:15:12,030 –> 00:15:13,932
(♪♪♪)

277
00:15:15,100 –> 00:15:17,704
Sam. Sam, turn around.

278
00:15:19,071 –> 00:15:21,305
(GASPS)

279
00:15:21,307 –> 00:15:23,243
SAM: Where did that come from?

280
00:15:38,658 –> 00:15:42,061
“My name is Slappy.
What’s yours?”

281
00:15:45,365 –> 00:15:48,232
Wait, I think it says something
on the back.

282
00:15:48,234 –> 00:15:52,939
SONNY: “Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

283
00:15:56,477 –> 00:15:58,076
He’s so creepy.

284
00:15:58,078 –> 00:16:00,379
It’s kind of like he’s alive.

285
00:16:00,381 –> 00:16:02,080
I don’t think
anything’s been alive

286
00:16:02,082 –> 00:16:03,482
in this house
since that cat.

287
00:16:03,484 –> 00:16:05,617
I mean, look at this place.

288
00:16:05,619 –> 00:16:07,654
– But I’m alive now!
– Aah!

289
00:16:07,656 –> 00:16:10,055
Oh, Sonny, just give me a kiss.
Just one smooch.

290
00:16:10,057 –> 00:16:12,257
– That’s not funny.
– Yes, it is. It’s hilarious.

291
00:16:12,259 –> 00:16:14,326
It’s a business.
We’re running a business.

292
00:16:14,328 –> 00:16:15,662
Take this more seriously.

293
00:16:15,664 –> 00:16:17,397
It’s too easy, Sonny.
Come on, man.

294
00:16:17,399 –> 00:16:18,964
Hey, I’m taking him.

295
00:16:18,966 –> 00:16:20,966
SONNY: Don’t know why
you took that thing.

296
00:16:20,968 –> 00:16:23,101
– What do you mean He’s awesome.
– Whatever.

297
00:16:23,103 –> 00:16:26,773
TOMMY: Hey, it’s the Junk Sisters!

298
00:16:26,775 –> 00:16:28,475
Oh, great.

299
00:16:28,477 –> 00:16:30,977
Well, at least we know
our marketing’s working.

300
00:16:30,979 –> 00:16:33,781
No teacher around
to save you now.

301
00:16:33,783 –> 00:16:36,049
Hey, are you wearing
my old sweater

302
00:16:36,051 –> 00:16:37,283
from my grandma’s yard sale?

303
00:16:37,285 –> 00:16:38,551
(ALL LAUGH)

304
00:16:38,553 –> 00:16:39,689
Leave us alone.

305
00:16:41,056 –> 00:16:42,456
Okay.

306
00:16:42,458 –> 00:16:44,592
Give me back my sweater
and I’ll let you go.

307
00:16:44,594 –> 00:16:45,826
Really?

308
00:16:45,828 –> 00:16:47,430
Unless you want
your face punched.

309
00:16:50,266 –> 00:16:52,335
(SIGHING)
Whatever.

310
00:16:54,871 –> 00:16:56,138
And your box.

311
00:16:59,709 –> 00:17:03,277
Fine. Just take it.

312
00:17:03,279 –> 00:17:04,612
Yo, what we got?

313
00:17:04,614 –> 00:17:06,815
– What’s this?
– Let’s see. Old radio.

314
00:17:06,817 –> 00:17:09,183
BOY 1: Is that a ruler?
BOY 2: That’s a dog toy.

315
00:17:09,185 –> 00:17:11,553
A stupid book.

316
00:17:11,555 –> 00:17:13,320
Wow.

317
00:17:13,322 –> 00:17:15,857
Great business
you guys are running.

318
00:17:15,859 –> 00:17:17,792
Heh. Your turn.

319
00:17:17,794 –> 00:17:20,328
No. No,
I’m not giving you my box.

320
00:17:20,330 –> 00:17:23,465
Sam, just give it to him.
I like my face unpunched.

321
00:17:23,467 –> 00:17:25,536
No way.
We worked for this stuff.

322
00:17:26,603 –> 00:17:28,370
– Hey, Tommy!
TOMMY: Oh!

323
00:17:28,372 –> 00:17:30,105
– Look at that.
– Tommy, give him back!

324
00:17:30,107 –> 00:17:32,607
Want your doll You dress him up
when you get home?

325
00:17:32,609 –> 00:17:34,442
SAM: Tommy, this isn’t funny.

326
00:17:34,444 –> 00:17:35,579
SONNY: Sam…

327
00:17:37,114 –> 00:17:38,548
What the…?

328
00:17:38,550 –> 00:17:39,918
(SAM & SONNY LAUGH)

329
00:17:45,557 –> 00:17:46,724
What is going on?

330
00:17:48,226 –> 00:17:49,659
BOY 1: Tommy, pull up your pants!

331
00:17:49,661 –> 00:17:51,127
They’re stuck.

332
00:17:51,129 –> 00:17:53,362
Thank you very much.
Sonny, we need to go!

333
00:17:53,364 –> 00:17:57,166
Go! Go! Go! No, don’t touch
my underwear! God! Stop!

334
00:17:57,168 –> 00:18:00,102
No! Go get them!
No! Go get them!

335
00:18:00,104 –> 00:18:02,572
– Go!
– Okay, okay, okay!

336
00:18:02,574 –> 00:18:04,475
(♪♪♪)

337
00:18:10,015 –> 00:18:11,748
Better pedal faster!

338
00:18:11,750 –> 00:18:13,050
Oh, no.

339
00:18:13,052 –> 00:18:14,885
Come on,
don’t make it easy for us!

340
00:18:14,887 –> 00:18:16,118
We need to go!

341
00:18:16,120 –> 00:18:17,888
We’re gonna get you, man!

342
00:18:17,890 –> 00:18:19,291
They’re gaining on us!

343
00:18:21,360 –> 00:18:22,494
Faster!

344
00:18:26,599 –> 00:18:28,100
(ALL GRUNT)

345
00:18:31,537 –> 00:18:34,204
(ALL GROANING)

346
00:18:34,206 –> 00:18:37,075
– What just happened?
– I have no idea.

347
00:18:37,077 –> 00:18:40,044
Get back here, you two!

348
00:18:40,046 –> 00:18:42,914
Ah.
Why does this keep happening?

349
00:18:42,916 –> 00:18:45,416
Sarah!
You won’t believe what happened.

350
00:18:45,418 –> 00:18:47,185
You are never
going to believe this.

351
00:18:47,187 –> 00:18:49,420
We were in this crazy,
abandoned, creepy house

352
00:18:49,422 –> 00:18:51,789
and found this fireplace,
which had a cat on it I twisted.

353
00:18:51,791 –> 00:18:54,059
It went to a secret
compartment that opened.

354
00:18:54,061 –> 00:18:55,727
Then there was a treasure chest.

355
00:18:55,729 –> 00:18:58,897
Okay, but long story short,
we found…

356
00:18:58,899 –> 00:19:00,600
this guy!

357
00:19:02,168 –> 00:19:03,434
Th-this guy.

358
00:19:03,436 –> 00:19:05,738
This… guy.

359
00:19:05,740 –> 00:19:09,341
Wow. It’s like you’re actively
trying not to be cool.

360
00:19:09,343 –> 00:19:12,611
Here. Mom specifically said
you should fold the laundry.

361
00:19:12,613 –> 00:19:16,118
I’ll be in my room if you
need me, but do not need me.

362
00:19:20,655 –> 00:19:22,488
Hey, Sarah?

363
00:19:22,490 –> 00:19:25,591
This specifically says you are
supposed to fold the laundry.

364
00:19:25,593 –> 00:19:26,826
(DOOR CLOSES)

365
00:19:26,828 –> 00:19:28,094
Sarah.

366
00:19:28,096 –> 00:19:30,096
(POP MUSIC PLAYING
OVER SPEAKERS)

367
00:19:30,098 –> 00:19:31,765
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

368
00:19:31,767 –> 00:19:33,600
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

369
00:19:33,602 –> 00:19:40,340
I spend all the time
Waiting at night for you

370
00:19:40,342 –> 00:19:43,643
What am I doing?

371
00:19:43,645 –> 00:19:46,279
SONNY: We already banned jumping.

372
00:19:46,281 –> 00:19:49,616
SAM: I banned sucking, yet here you are.
Now, come on.

373
00:19:49,618 –> 00:19:52,752
Hey! Yes!

374
00:19:52,754 –> 00:19:54,187
Yes!

375
00:19:54,189 –> 00:19:55,655
It’s 4 to 1.
Why are you celebrating?

376
00:19:55,657 –> 00:19:57,792
Scoring is a reason
for celebration.

377
00:19:57,794 –> 00:19:59,894
SARAH: Bye, I’m leaving!

378
00:19:59,896 –> 00:20:02,496
– Where you going?
– Out. I’ll be back by 10.

379
00:20:02,498 –> 00:20:04,498
If Mom calls,
tell her I’m in the shower.

380
00:20:04,500 –> 00:20:07,068
You were gonna help me
with my science presentation.

381
00:20:07,070 –> 00:20:08,335
There’s two dummies
on the couch.

382
00:20:08,337 –> 00:20:09,570
Practice on one of them.

383
00:20:09,572 –> 00:20:11,338
Ouch.

384
00:20:11,340 –> 00:20:13,240
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

385
00:20:13,242 –> 00:20:15,179
(DANCE MUSIC PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS)

386
00:20:17,014 –> 00:20:18,916
(SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

387
00:20:44,142 –> 00:20:45,275
Tyler!

388
00:20:59,524 –> 00:21:01,793
(DANCE MUSIC FADES INTO BACKGROUND)

389
00:21:08,099 –> 00:21:11,002
(♪♪♪)

390
00:21:25,151 –> 00:21:26,317
(SIGHS)

391
00:21:36,462 –> 00:21:37,797
(ENGINE STARTS)

392
00:21:43,270 –> 00:21:45,604
SAM: All right, there we go.

393
00:21:48,809 –> 00:21:51,144
Okay. And…

394
00:21:53,312 –> 00:21:58,149
Sergeant, your orders
are to guard this porch.

395
00:21:58,151 –> 00:22:00,351
It was more than
a hundred years ago

396
00:22:00,353 –> 00:22:02,620
when Nikola Tesla
first lit up the sky

397
00:22:02,622 –> 00:22:04,256
over Wardenclyffe, New York.

398
00:22:04,258 –> 00:22:05,990
Tesla wanted to create a world

399
00:22:05,992 –> 00:22:07,826
where anything
could be transmitted

400
00:22:07,828 –> 00:22:09,327
through giant electric towers:

401
00:22:09,329 –> 00:22:13,531
Power, sound,
maybe even brain waves.

402
00:22:13,533 –> 00:22:16,501
It was like
the original Wi-Fi.

403
00:22:16,503 –> 00:22:20,840
But suddenly and mysteriously,
he shut down his lab in 1908.

404
00:22:20,842 –> 00:22:23,609
His tower
never lit up the sky again.

405
00:22:23,611 –> 00:22:24,844
Until…

406
00:22:24,846 –> 00:22:26,111
today!

407
00:22:26,113 –> 00:22:27,682
May I have a volunteer?

408
00:22:28,783 –> 00:22:30,783
You, sir, in the gray suit.

409
00:22:30,785 –> 00:22:34,355
Hold this
and prepare to be amazed.

410
00:22:35,990 –> 00:22:37,489
I present to you all:

411
00:22:37,491 –> 00:22:38,659
Tesla!

412
00:22:41,964 –> 00:22:43,298
(POWER WHINES)

413
00:22:45,033 –> 00:22:46,500
(SIGHS)

414
00:22:49,537 –> 00:22:51,605
Don’t give me that look.

415
00:22:51,607 –> 00:22:53,807
I’m trying
to bring back your tower.

416
00:22:53,809 –> 00:22:55,141
(♪♪♪)

417
00:22:55,143 –> 00:22:57,177
SLAPPY: Bravo.

418
00:22:57,179 –> 00:23:00,981
I, for one, think it’s
an electrifying presentation.

419
00:23:00,983 –> 00:23:02,718
(CACKLES)

420
00:23:05,053 –> 00:23:08,124
Sam. I’m not
gonna fall for that again.

421
00:23:09,825 –> 00:23:12,059
Ha-ha-ha. Very funny.

422
00:23:12,061 –> 00:23:13,727
It’s like a microphone?

423
00:23:13,729 –> 00:23:16,429
You’re talking through
your cell phone or something?

424
00:23:16,431 –> 00:23:19,200
Sam.
Sam, it’s a stupid prank.

425
00:23:19,202 –> 00:23:21,738
You ever heard
of personal space Mm!

426
00:23:27,510 –> 00:23:28,878
(GRUNTS)

427
00:23:32,081 –> 00:23:33,881
How are you talking
to me right now?

428
00:23:33,883 –> 00:23:38,086
You brought me to life.
Don’t you remember, Sonny?

429
00:23:38,088 –> 00:23:39,854
– Sam?
SAM: What?

430
00:23:39,856 –> 00:23:41,722
What’s the problem?

431
00:23:41,724 –> 00:23:43,424
Just come up here. Please.

432
00:23:43,426 –> 00:23:45,593
Dude, I told you,
I don’t care about Tesla.

433
00:23:45,595 –> 00:23:47,729
– Right now, Sam.
SAM: Fine!

434
00:23:47,731 –> 00:23:50,065
I’ve always wanted a brother.

435
00:23:50,067 –> 00:23:52,434
Please don’t try
to educate me on Tesla.

436
00:23:52,436 –> 00:23:57,541
Hello, Sam. Thank you for saving
me from that moron today.

437
00:23:58,609 –> 00:24:00,343
Oh, he’s battery-operated.

438
00:24:00,345 –> 00:24:02,544
(WHISPERING) No, no, no.
Sam, Sam, he’s alive.

439
00:24:02,546 –> 00:24:04,613
SLAPPY: Sorry for what
happened with Tommy.

440
00:24:04,615 –> 00:24:07,749
I guess you could say
he got hosed.

441
00:24:07,751 –> 00:24:10,219
(CACKLES)

442
00:24:10,221 –> 00:24:11,988
– That was you?
SLAPPY: Yep.

443
00:24:11,990 –> 00:24:16,592
And now that we’re family,
we can be brothers!

444
00:24:16,594 –> 00:24:18,930
I think I’d make
a great Junk Brother.

445
00:24:20,498 –> 00:24:23,499
Right. Just a sec. Sidebar.

446
00:24:23,501 –> 00:24:24,801
Are we losing our minds?

447
00:24:24,803 –> 00:24:26,736
I don’t think
we can at the same time.

448
00:24:26,738 –> 00:24:28,071
Okay, but just to clarify,

449
00:24:28,073 –> 00:24:29,806
we’re talking
to a puppet right now.

450
00:24:29,808 –> 00:24:31,042
Yeah.

451
00:24:32,744 –> 00:24:34,347
Maybe he’s alive.

452
00:24:36,581 –> 00:24:40,317
Of course I’m alive!
Heh-heh-heh.

453
00:24:40,319 –> 00:24:44,154
And I can make
all your problems go away.

454
00:24:44,156 –> 00:24:47,360
Didn’t your sister tell you
to fold the laundry?

455
00:24:50,496 –> 00:24:53,831
There. Now you have time
to do your homework.

456
00:24:53,833 –> 00:24:57,134
Oh, what’s that You don’t want
to do your homework?

457
00:24:57,136 –> 00:24:59,638
That’s okay.
I just did it for you.

458
00:25:01,640 –> 00:25:03,542
(♪♪♪)

459
00:25:06,779 –> 00:25:08,612
You know algebra?

460
00:25:08,614 –> 00:25:10,514
A squared
plus B squared equals

461
00:25:10,516 –> 00:25:12,549
of course! Heh, heh.

462
00:25:12,551 –> 00:25:15,887
This is amazing.
It’s all correct.

463
00:25:15,889 –> 00:25:17,856
So you can change
all of our grades.

464
00:25:17,858 –> 00:25:21,327
I can only change
the things right in front of me.

465
00:25:21,329 –> 00:25:24,931
But whatever I see,
I can bring to life.

466
00:25:26,367 –> 00:25:29,368
Karru marri odonna loma

467
00:25:29,370 –> 00:25:33,239
molonu karrano.

468
00:25:33,241 –> 00:25:35,673
ANNOUNCER: Round one. Fight!

469
00:25:35,675 –> 00:25:39,011
(BOTH SHOUTING IN JAPANESE)

470
00:25:39,013 –> 00:25:40,481
(BOTH GRUNTING)

471
00:25:42,283 –> 00:25:43,949
SONNY: That is awesome.

472
00:25:43,951 –> 00:25:47,787
I will never question
picking up junk again.

473
00:25:47,789 –> 00:25:49,955
Wait until Mom
and Sarah find out.

474
00:25:49,957 –> 00:25:51,223
(GROANS)

475
00:25:51,225 –> 00:25:53,025
SLAPPY: Slow your roll there, kid.

476
00:25:53,027 –> 00:25:56,562
Let’s just keep this
our little secret for now.

477
00:25:56,564 –> 00:26:00,666
Give me a chance
to win them over first.

478
00:26:00,668 –> 00:26:02,536
(CACKLES)

479
00:26:02,538 –> 00:26:04,905
(CAR NOISES PLAYING OVER TV)

480
00:26:04,907 –> 00:26:08,008
SLAPPY: Ah, you’re terrible at this.
Heh-heh-heh.

481
00:26:08,010 –> 00:26:10,043
I’m literally crushing you
right now.

482
00:26:10,045 –> 00:26:12,345
Can’t believe you’re losing
to a puppet.

483
00:26:12,347 –> 00:26:15,550
Right. And I’m not
even using my magical powers.

484
00:26:15,552 –> 00:26:16,718
– Heh. Hm?
(DOOR SLAMS)

485
00:26:21,857 –> 00:26:23,623
Back so soon?

486
00:26:23,625 –> 00:26:25,460
– Don’t ask.
SONNY: Are you okay?

487
00:26:25,462 –> 00:26:27,627
– What happened?
– What happened?

488
00:26:27,629 –> 00:26:30,730
Well, turns out the guy I liked
is a total scumbag.

489
00:26:30,732 –> 00:26:33,234
Mom expects me to run
this entire house by myself.

490
00:26:33,236 –> 00:26:35,570
And if I don’t figure out
this essay by Friday,

491
00:26:35,572 –> 00:26:39,075
I’m never getting out of this
town. So no, I’m not okay.

492
00:26:43,213 –> 00:26:45,148
Why are you guys
acting so weird?

493
00:26:46,182 –> 00:26:47,416
– Us?
– Nothing.

494
00:26:47,418 –> 00:26:48,850
SAM: No reason at all. Mm-hm.

495
00:26:48,852 –> 00:26:50,519
I’m working
on my science project.

496
00:26:50,521 –> 00:26:52,687
– We’re just playing video games.
– Just us two.

497
00:26:52,689 –> 00:26:55,022
– Nobody else.
SONNY: Mm-hm.

498
00:26:55,024 –> 00:26:56,924
I’m going to bed.

499
00:26:56,926 –> 00:26:58,262
Good night.

500
00:26:59,463 –> 00:27:01,398
(♪♪♪)

501
00:27:03,934 –> 00:27:05,402
Who just said that?

502
00:27:06,737 –> 00:27:08,203
– Me!
– Sam.

503
00:27:08,205 –> 00:27:09,606
(IN RASPY VOICE)
Good night.

504
00:27:09,608 –> 00:27:11,373
SONNY: It’s a new thing we’re doing.

505
00:27:11,375 –> 00:27:13,375
(IN RASPY VOICE) Good night.
Good night.

506
00:27:13,377 –> 00:27:15,277
– Hit the hay.
SONNY: Good night, Sarah.

507
00:27:15,279 –> 00:27:17,514
Night-night.

508
00:27:17,516 –> 00:27:19,748
(NORMALLY)
That is not cool, Slappy.

509
00:27:19,750 –> 00:27:21,286
(CHUCKLES)

510
00:27:25,190 –> 00:27:27,058
(♪♪♪)

511
00:27:42,874 –> 00:27:44,743
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

512
00:28:20,180 –> 00:28:22,049
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

513
00:28:29,722 –> 00:28:32,390
What the hell?

514
00:28:32,392 –> 00:28:36,061
– Ugh. God, they are such tools.
TYLER: Boo!

515
00:28:36,063 –> 00:28:38,863
(GASPS, THEN CHUCKLES)

516
00:28:38,865 –> 00:28:41,567
Missed you at the show
last night.

517
00:28:41,569 –> 00:28:44,403
Bet you did. You have fun?

518
00:28:44,405 –> 00:28:46,572
It was okay.
A bunch of us just hanging out.

519
00:28:46,574 –> 00:28:48,073
Totally casual.

520
00:28:48,075 –> 00:28:49,577
Right.

521
00:28:51,579 –> 00:28:53,913
– What’s with the dummy?
– Oh, him?

522
00:28:53,915 –> 00:28:56,182
We were just hanging out.

523
00:28:56,184 –> 00:28:58,186
Totally casual.

524
00:29:02,557 –> 00:29:04,459
(♪♪♪)

525
00:29:15,671 –> 00:29:17,571
(LOCK CLICKS)

526
00:29:17,573 –> 00:29:18,741
Fly, little ghost.

527
00:29:23,912 –> 00:29:26,980
Hey, whoever that is, can you
toss me up some more string?

528
00:29:26,982 –> 00:29:28,417
SLAPPY: Sure.

529
00:29:33,289 –> 00:29:34,555
(SCOFFS)

530
00:29:34,557 –> 00:29:37,124
Okay.

531
00:29:37,126 –> 00:29:39,926
That’s hilarious.

532
00:29:39,928 –> 00:29:41,329
Sarah?

533
00:29:41,331 –> 00:29:42,764
(SLAPPY CLEARS THROAT)

534
00:29:42,766 –> 00:29:45,832
Oh! Hey, hey, hey,
not funny, not funny.

535
00:29:45,834 –> 00:29:47,834
Sarah, stop fooling around.

536
00:29:47,836 –> 00:29:51,508
I’d say you’re the one
fooling around.

537
00:29:52,942 –> 00:29:54,375
How are you talking?

538
00:29:54,377 –> 00:29:57,412
I love the theater.

539
00:29:57,414 –> 00:30:00,749
I always bring down the house.

540
00:30:00,751 –> 00:30:02,319
(CACKLES)

541
00:30:04,087 –> 00:30:06,555
Wait, no! What are you doing?
What are you doing?

542
00:30:06,557 –> 00:30:08,156
Tell me, Tyler.

543
00:30:08,158 –> 00:30:10,960
What does it say
on that top step?

544
00:30:12,263 –> 00:30:15,097
Uh… It’s not a step?

545
00:30:15,099 –> 00:30:16,931
Maybe you’ll remember that

546
00:30:16,933 –> 00:30:21,205
the next time you
step out of line with my sister.

547
00:30:23,107 –> 00:30:25,744
(YELLS, THEN GROANS)

548
00:30:32,316 –> 00:30:34,684
It was a puppet, man.
It was a puppet.

549
00:30:34,686 –> 00:30:36,686
It had these
supernatural powers.

550
00:30:36,688 –> 00:30:38,722
He could move things
with his mind.

551
00:30:38,724 –> 00:30:40,190
I swear.

552
00:30:40,192 –> 00:30:42,492
She knows! Ask her.
It was in her locker.

553
00:30:42,494 –> 00:30:45,462
Please tell him real quick.
Sarah, tell him!

554
00:30:45,464 –> 00:30:47,664
It’s just the meds
kicking in, sir.

555
00:30:47,666 –> 00:30:49,699
Last guy said he saw a dragon.

556
00:30:49,701 –> 00:30:51,701
It wasn’t a dragon.
It was a puppet.

557
00:30:51,703 –> 00:30:53,638
(♪♪♪)

558
00:31:01,179 –> 00:31:03,012
(SCHOOL BELL RINGING)

559
00:31:03,014 –> 00:31:04,684
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

560
00:31:07,152 –> 00:31:09,953
Nikola Tesla
constructed this tower

561
00:31:09,955 –> 00:31:12,123
right here in Wardenclyffe,
New York

562
00:31:12,125 –> 00:31:14,825
to beam bolts of electricity
across the world.

563
00:31:14,827 –> 00:31:16,360
And today…

564
00:31:16,362 –> 00:31:19,630
we are going
to beam bolts of electricity

565
00:31:19,632 –> 00:31:21,565
across this classroom.

566
00:31:21,567 –> 00:31:24,535
Someone beam me
out of this classroom.

567
00:31:24,537 –> 00:31:26,838
(STUDENTS CHUCKLE)

568
00:31:26,840 –> 00:31:29,273
May I have a volunteer?

569
00:31:29,275 –> 00:31:31,676
You, ma’am,
in the pink sweater.

570
00:31:31,678 –> 00:31:34,912
Hold that and prepare
to be amazed.

571
00:31:34,914 –> 00:31:36,715
Behold:

572
00:31:36,717 –> 00:31:39,153
The power of Tesla.

573
00:31:40,521 –> 00:31:42,423
(♪♪♪)

574
00:31:54,034 –> 00:31:55,737
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

575
00:32:00,073 –> 00:32:02,577
Mr. Quinn, unplug that now!

576
00:32:03,678 –> 00:32:04,813
(SHRIEKS)

577
00:32:07,114 –> 00:32:08,750
(STUDENTS CLAMORING)

578
00:32:11,453 –> 00:32:12,754
(POWER WHINES)

579
00:32:16,958 –> 00:32:19,060
BOY: That was awesome!

580
00:32:20,962 –> 00:32:25,566
And that was my presentation
on Nikola Tesla.

581
00:32:25,568 –> 00:32:28,369
Any… Any questions?

582
00:32:30,104 –> 00:32:32,171
Today’s picture day!

583
00:32:32,173 –> 00:32:34,108
(FIRE ALARM RINGING)

584
00:32:37,446 –> 00:32:40,514
This is not good.
I’m so busted.

585
00:32:40,516 –> 00:32:42,483
Oh, great,
the fire department’s here?

586
00:32:42,485 –> 00:32:44,987
They’re definitely gonna
make you repeat a grade.

587
00:32:46,755 –> 00:32:49,590
Please tell me you guys
had nothing to do with this.

588
00:32:49,592 –> 00:32:52,025
Sonny blew up the science wing.
It was so cool.

589
00:32:52,027 –> 00:32:54,027
It was an accident.

590
00:32:54,029 –> 00:32:55,630
What are you doing here?

591
00:32:55,632 –> 00:32:58,098
Tyler Mitchell just got loaded
into an ambulance.

592
00:32:58,100 –> 00:33:00,301
He said the dummy
you guys put in my backpack

593
00:33:00,303 –> 00:33:03,805
attacked him
with supernatural powers.

594
00:33:03,807 –> 00:33:06,274
We didn’t put Slappy
in your backpack.

595
00:33:06,276 –> 00:33:07,942
(♪♪♪)

596
00:33:07,944 –> 00:33:09,312
Get in.

597
00:33:11,348 –> 00:33:12,848
SARAH: You’re telling me

598
00:33:12,850 –> 00:33:16,150
that you discovered
a walking, talking dummy

599
00:33:16,152 –> 00:33:17,820
and you didn’t tell me?

600
00:33:17,822 –> 00:33:19,989
He seemed like a nice guy
at the start.

601
00:33:19,991 –> 00:33:23,659
– He had great manners.
– He told us to keep it a secret.

602
00:33:23,661 –> 00:33:25,761
A, I’m your sister.

603
00:33:25,763 –> 00:33:27,429
And B, as a general rule,

604
00:33:27,431 –> 00:33:29,999
when an animated doll
tells you to keep secrets,

605
00:33:30,001 –> 00:33:31,233
that’s a red flag.

606
00:33:31,235 –> 00:33:32,668
He’s not just some doll.

607
00:33:32,670 –> 00:33:34,670
He’s got powers.
He can move stuff with his mind.

608
00:33:34,672 –> 00:33:36,472
You guys, this is insane.

609
00:33:36,474 –> 00:33:39,375
I mean,
why would he go after Tyler?

610
00:33:39,377 –> 00:33:42,511
Maybe he heard you complaining
about him last night.

611
00:33:42,513 –> 00:33:44,382
Great.
What else did I complain about?

612
00:33:46,752 –> 00:33:48,018
Mom.

613
00:33:48,020 –> 00:33:49,922
(♪♪♪)

614
00:33:59,364 –> 00:34:02,699
Hey, kids, you wanna see
the mummies come to life?

615
00:34:02,701 –> 00:34:04,901
– Sorry, Mr. Chu!
– Don’t have time to talk now!

616
00:34:04,903 –> 00:34:06,736
Your loss!

617
00:34:06,738 –> 00:34:08,505
(MUMMY LAUGHS)

618
00:34:08,507 –> 00:34:10,140
– Mom!
– Ms. Quinn!

619
00:34:10,142 –> 00:34:12,709
(KATHY LAUGHS)

620
00:34:12,711 –> 00:34:18,148
Hey. You didn’t tell me you got
a ventriloquist dummy. How fun!

621
00:34:18,150 –> 00:34:20,918
He was sitting at the table
like a little person.

622
00:34:20,920 –> 00:34:24,021
“Hi, kids. My name is Bobo.

623
00:34:24,023 –> 00:34:26,591
And I like listening to Mom.”
Heh, heh.

624
00:34:26,593 –> 00:34:28,693
Mom, his name is Slappy,

625
00:34:28,695 –> 00:34:30,795
and I would not do that
if I were you.

626
00:34:30,797 –> 00:34:32,897
Slappy.
That’s a ridiculous name.

627
00:34:32,899 –> 00:34:35,067
No, no. His name is Bobo.

628
00:34:35,069 –> 00:34:38,202
– Mom, you don’t understand.
– Ms. Quinn, he’s alive.

629
00:34:38,204 –> 00:34:40,304
I think these guys
are trying to play

630
00:34:40,306 –> 00:34:42,473
some sort of
a Halloween prank on us,

631
00:34:42,475 –> 00:34:44,475
but I’m not buying it.
Are you No.

632
00:34:44,477 –> 00:34:46,078
(PHONE RINGING)

633
00:34:46,080 –> 00:34:49,280
Oh, let me get that.
But nice try. Very creative.

634
00:34:49,282 –> 00:34:52,285
Stay right there.
Don’t go anywhere.

635
00:34:56,724 –> 00:34:59,658
(♪♪♪)

636
00:34:59,660 –> 00:35:03,096
Hi, kids. Good day at school?

637
00:35:03,098 –> 00:35:05,797
Oh, my God. He sounds
even creepier than he looks.

638
00:35:05,799 –> 00:35:08,935
Ha-ha-ha. We’re gonna be
such a happy family.

639
00:35:08,937 –> 00:35:10,602
You’re not our family.

640
00:35:10,604 –> 00:35:13,106
Do it, Sonny. Turn him off.

641
00:35:13,108 –> 00:35:16,743
Hearing you say that
makes me mad.

642
00:35:16,745 –> 00:35:22,081
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

643
00:35:22,083 –> 00:35:23,750
Don’t do that.

644
00:35:23,752 –> 00:35:25,385
Do it again.

645
00:35:25,387 –> 00:35:28,421
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

646
00:35:28,423 –> 00:35:31,027
(GASPING)

647
00:35:34,262 –> 00:35:35,397
(EXHALES)

648
00:35:39,869 –> 00:35:41,037
It worked.

649
00:35:51,313 –> 00:35:52,546
(GASPS)

650
00:35:52,548 –> 00:35:53,947
And trust me.

651
00:35:53,949 –> 00:35:56,784
You don’t want to find out
what happens…

652
00:35:56,786 –> 00:35:59,822
when I get mad.

653
00:36:00,856 –> 00:36:02,723
KATHY: Okay.
– Hm?

654
00:36:02,725 –> 00:36:05,960
Well, that was
an interesting phone call.

655
00:36:05,962 –> 00:36:07,594
Anything you wanna tell me?

656
00:36:07,596 –> 00:36:09,964
Yes, we’ve been trying to.
That dummy is evil.

657
00:36:09,966 –> 00:36:12,433
You blew up the science lab?

658
00:36:12,435 –> 00:36:14,201
Yeah, there was that too.

659
00:36:14,203 –> 00:36:16,604
Do you know
how much damage you’ve caused?

660
00:36:16,606 –> 00:36:17,872
It wasn’t Sonny’s fault.

661
00:36:17,874 –> 00:36:19,774
KATHY: I’m sure it was an accident.

662
00:36:19,776 –> 00:36:22,877
– It wasn’t an accident. The dummy did it.
– Yeah.

663
00:36:22,879 –> 00:36:25,613
Do I look like a dummy
to you?

664
00:36:25,615 –> 00:36:27,215
We’re telling
the truth!

665
00:36:27,217 –> 00:36:28,650
Here’s some truth for you.

666
00:36:28,652 –> 00:36:30,719
Halloween is canceled
for the three of you.

667
00:36:30,721 –> 00:36:32,353
– What?
– Canceled.

668
00:36:32,355 –> 00:36:34,689
– Come on.
KATHY: You know…

669
00:36:34,691 –> 00:36:38,493
I expect this kind of
craziness from the boys.

670
00:36:38,495 –> 00:36:40,395
But I felt like
you were gonna help me

671
00:36:40,397 –> 00:36:42,098
keep things under control,
Sarah.

672
00:36:42,100 –> 00:36:43,532
Mom.

673
00:36:43,534 –> 00:36:45,366
I’m disappointed.

674
00:36:45,368 –> 00:36:47,103
– Come on. Mom.
– Mom, please.

675
00:36:47,105 –> 00:36:48,271
(DOOR SLAMS)

676
00:36:50,240 –> 00:36:52,977
Not as disappointed
as I am.

677
00:36:54,011 –> 00:36:56,280
My room.
Now.

678
00:37:01,053 –> 00:37:02,585
We’ve got a problem.

679
00:37:02,587 –> 00:37:05,055
Yeah. I have never seen
your mom that mad.

680
00:37:05,057 –> 00:37:07,423
I’m talking about
the psycho dummy on our couch.

681
00:37:07,425 –> 00:37:11,161
Did somebody call
a family meeting without me?

682
00:37:11,163 –> 00:37:13,362
No, no. Slappy,
why would you think that?

683
00:37:13,364 –> 00:37:16,933
We were just planning
a surprise party for you.

684
00:37:16,935 –> 00:37:20,370
Well, I’ve got a surprise
for the three of you.

685
00:37:20,372 –> 00:37:22,773
This is my house now.

686
00:37:22,775 –> 00:37:24,775
And under my roof,

687
00:37:24,777 –> 00:37:26,576
I make the rules.

688
00:37:26,578 –> 00:37:29,679
Sorry, but you just got voted
out of this family.

689
00:37:29,681 –> 00:37:31,784
– Huh Aah!
SAM: Oh!

690
00:37:36,890 –> 00:37:39,289
What do we do with him now?

691
00:37:39,291 –> 00:37:40,558
Fireplace.

692
00:37:40,560 –> 00:37:42,059
No. No way.

693
00:37:42,061 –> 00:37:44,228
I would have nightmares
the rest of my life.

694
00:37:44,230 –> 00:37:47,465
No. I have a better idea.

695
00:37:47,467 –> 00:37:49,467
(♪♪♪)

696
00:37:49,469 –> 00:37:52,770
SONNY: Ugh. We’ve
been walking forever.

697
00:37:52,772 –> 00:37:55,640
It’s like this whole place
is made of poison ivy.

698
00:37:55,642 –> 00:37:57,608
SAM:
Stop complaining.

699
00:37:57,610 –> 00:37:59,180
How much farther is it?

700
00:37:59,847 –> 00:38:01,113
Here.

701
00:38:01,115 –> 00:38:03,650
This should work.

702
00:38:06,120 –> 00:38:09,087
Am I the only one that feels
like we’re committing a crime?

703
00:38:09,089 –> 00:38:12,459
It’s a dummy. The only crime
we’re committing is littering.

704
00:38:13,394 –> 00:38:15,961
– Ready?
– Yeah, yeah.

705
00:38:15,963 –> 00:38:17,998
Okay, watch out.

706
00:38:20,000 –> 00:38:21,535
(GRUNTS)

707
00:38:30,245 –> 00:38:31,980
It’s done.

708
00:38:33,648 –> 00:38:35,217
Let’s get out of here.

709
00:38:40,021 –> 00:38:41,323
SAM: Sonny, come on.

710
00:38:54,502 –> 00:38:56,036
We just killed a puppet.

711
00:38:56,038 –> 00:38:58,172
Trust me, we had to.

712
00:38:58,174 –> 00:39:00,241
And I say we just
forget it ever happened,

713
00:39:00,243 –> 00:39:02,076
because no one
will believe us anyway.

714
00:39:02,078 –> 00:39:03,344
It’s over.

715
00:39:03,346 –> 00:39:05,012
He’s locked in a suitcase.

716
00:39:05,014 –> 00:39:07,581
There’s no way
that dummy’s getting out.

717
00:39:07,583 –> 00:39:09,919
(ALL SCREAMING)

718
00:39:11,821 –> 00:39:14,455
Who you calling “dummy,”
dummy?

719
00:39:14,457 –> 00:39:15,892
(TIRES SQUEALING)

720
00:39:19,296 –> 00:39:20,661
What do you want from us?

721
00:39:20,663 –> 00:39:23,464
I just want to be
part of the family.

722
00:39:23,466 –> 00:39:25,601
SONNY: He’s gonna break
through the windshield.

723
00:39:29,405 –> 00:39:31,873
(TIRES SCREECH)
(SLAPPY SCREAMS)

724
00:39:31,875 –> 00:39:33,043
(ALL PANTING)

725
00:39:37,848 –> 00:39:39,080
Is everyone okay?

726
00:39:39,082 –> 00:39:40,550
SAM: Yeah.
Think so.

727
00:39:42,185 –> 00:39:45,053
Where’s Slappy?

728
00:39:45,055 –> 00:39:48,293
Guys, I think we just made
things a thousand times worse.

729
00:39:49,793 –> 00:39:51,728
(♪♪♪)

730
00:39:58,937 –> 00:40:01,404
I’ve been driving
In my car

731
00:40:01,406 –> 00:40:03,639
Trying to find
Some sign of life

732
00:40:03,641 –> 00:40:06,075
One is a guy
That is kind of creepy

733
00:40:06,077 –> 00:40:08,313
It’s a little stickling
Said sleepy

734
00:40:09,714 –> 00:40:12,048
KIDS: Trick or treat!

735
00:40:12,050 –> 00:40:13,883
CHU: There you go, Hank.

736
00:40:13,885 –> 00:40:16,452
All right,
come on in. Zoink!

737
00:40:16,454 –> 00:40:18,355
Step right up.
Don’t be scared.

738
00:40:18,357 –> 00:40:21,058
Welcome to my haunted house.

739
00:40:21,060 –> 00:40:22,491
Boo!

740
00:40:22,493 –> 00:40:25,128
All right.
Here you go. Happy Halloween.

741
00:40:25,130 –> 00:40:27,864
(ROARS AND KIDS LAUGH)

742
00:40:27,866 –> 00:40:30,767
Hey, what’s up, my witches?

743
00:40:30,769 –> 00:40:32,436
Little Frankenstein humor.

744
00:40:32,438 –> 00:40:33,704
Zoink!

745
00:40:33,706 –> 00:40:34,972
Beat it.

746
00:40:34,974 –> 00:40:37,541
(CHU CACKLES)

747
00:40:37,543 –> 00:40:38,942
Here you go.

748
00:40:38,944 –> 00:40:40,210
Bye-bye!

749
00:40:40,212 –> 00:40:42,213
Hey, my princess.

750
00:40:42,215 –> 00:40:43,448
Bye-bye!

751
00:40:43,450 –> 00:40:45,283
Hey, my cowboy.

752
00:40:45,285 –> 00:40:48,054
BOY: I’m not a cowboy!
CHU: Yes, you are. Bye-bye!

753
00:40:49,521 –> 00:40:51,788
“A mysterious disturbance
recently took place

754
00:40:51,790 –> 00:40:53,590
“in the town
of Madison, Delaware.

755
00:40:53,592 –> 00:40:56,861
“Neighborhoods were ravaged
and the high school destroyed.

756
00:40:56,863 –> 00:41:00,031
“An FBI spokesman said unusual
weather patterns were to blame,

757
00:41:00,033 –> 00:41:01,799
“but there were rumors
of a cover-up

758
00:41:01,801 –> 00:41:03,601
“for something far stranger.

759
00:41:03,603 –> 00:41:06,573
“Sightings of giant insects,
Abominable Snowmen, and even…

760
00:41:08,008 –> 00:41:09,841
…an evil ventriloquist dummy.”

761
00:41:09,843 –> 00:41:11,609
Oh, we’re so dead.

762
00:41:11,611 –> 00:41:14,113
“Creatures believed to come
alive from the original

763
00:41:14,115 –> 00:41:16,148
manuscripts of horror author
R.L. Stine.”

764
00:41:16,150 –> 00:41:18,484
– The book.
– What book?

765
00:41:18,486 –> 00:41:21,353
In that abandoned house, we
found this old locked-up book.

766
00:41:21,355 –> 00:41:24,323
And when we unlocked it,
that’s when Slappy appeared.

767
00:41:24,325 –> 00:41:26,325
Yeah, but Tommy Madigan
took it from us.

768
00:41:26,327 –> 00:41:29,495
Well, how do you know the book
was written by R.L. Stine?

769
00:41:29,497 –> 00:41:30,965
Wait a second.

770
00:41:34,101 –> 00:41:36,602
“From 1979 to 1985,

771
00:41:36,604 –> 00:41:38,871
“legendary horror author
R.L. Stine

772
00:41:38,873 –> 00:41:40,639
lived in Wardenclyffe,
New York.”

773
00:41:40,641 –> 00:41:43,309
SARAH: Here?
– That’s not good.

774
00:41:43,311 –> 00:41:45,045
“Stine started
his writing career

775
00:41:45,047 –> 00:41:48,081
“with a since-unpublished novel
titled Haunted Halloween,

776
00:41:48,083 –> 00:41:50,016
“a tale of a demonic dummy
who sets out

777
00:41:50,018 –> 00:41:52,519
to create a family
of his own by…”

778
00:41:52,521 –> 00:41:54,320
By… By what?

779
00:41:54,322 –> 00:41:56,625
By bringing Halloween
to life.

780
00:41:59,061 –> 00:42:00,962
(♪♪♪)

781
00:42:05,100 –> 00:42:08,034
I love a good holiday sale.

782
00:42:08,036 –> 00:42:09,604
(CACKLES)

783
00:42:17,612 –> 00:42:19,549
(HUMMING)

784
00:42:28,324 –> 00:42:31,225
Hello, old friends.

785
00:42:31,227 –> 00:42:34,895
If those kids don’t want me
to be a part of their family,

786
00:42:34,897 –> 00:42:38,101
I’ll raise one of my own.

787
00:42:39,436 –> 00:42:41,570
Karru marri

788
00:42:41,572 –> 00:42:47,209
odonna loma molonu karrano.

789
00:42:47,211 –> 00:42:48,946
Karru marri…

790
00:42:54,318 –> 00:42:56,253
Okay.

791
00:42:59,223 –> 00:43:01,125
(CHITTERING)

792
00:43:04,728 –> 00:43:07,230
(SQUEAKING)

793
00:43:07,232 –> 00:43:09,134
(TEETH CHATTERING)

794
00:43:20,879 –> 00:43:22,780
(SHRIEKING)

795
00:43:30,221 –> 00:43:32,123
(GROWLING)

796
00:43:36,761 –> 00:43:38,663
(BOTH GRUNTING)

797
00:43:45,638 –> 00:43:48,174
(GROANS)

798
00:43:49,074 –> 00:43:51,175
(HISSES)

799
00:43:51,177 –> 00:43:53,110
(GRUNTING)

800
00:43:53,112 –> 00:43:54,246
Yes.

801
00:43:57,183 –> 00:43:59,051
(HOWLS)

802
00:44:03,356 –> 00:44:05,356
(ROARS)

803
00:44:05,358 –> 00:44:06,992
(CLANK)

804
00:44:11,998 –> 00:44:13,531
(GASPS)

805
00:44:13,533 –> 00:44:16,436
(SLAPPY LAUGHING)
(MONSTERS GRUNTING AND GROWLING)

806
00:44:18,838 –> 00:44:20,707
SLAPPY: Trick or treat.

807
00:44:23,009 –> 00:44:24,911
(GRUNTING)

808
00:44:27,948 –> 00:44:29,548
(CACKLES)

809
00:44:29,550 –> 00:44:31,185
(GROANING)

810
00:44:35,389 –> 00:44:37,389
(GROANS)

811
00:44:37,391 –> 00:44:40,326
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

812
00:44:40,328 –> 00:44:43,097
Welcome
to the family,

813
00:44:44,298 –> 00:44:45,667
Walter.

814
00:44:46,702 –> 00:44:48,169
(CHUCKLES)

815
00:44:49,671 –> 00:44:54,106
Serving families
is what I do. Heh, heh.

816
00:44:54,108 –> 00:44:56,875
Heh, heh. Come along,
then, brother.

817
00:44:56,877 –> 00:44:58,445
Just wait until you see

818
00:44:58,447 –> 00:45:01,914
what I have planned next
for this town.

819
00:45:01,916 –> 00:45:04,917
(CACKLES)

820
00:45:04,919 –> 00:45:06,821
(VAMPIRE LAUGHING)

821
00:45:13,962 –> 00:45:15,795
Guys, this is bad.

822
00:45:15,797 –> 00:45:17,931
This is really,
really bad.

823
00:45:17,933 –> 00:45:20,400
You know what we need to do?
We need to call the police.

824
00:45:20,402 –> 00:45:22,470
And tell them what?
That an evil dummy

825
00:45:22,472 –> 00:45:24,237
is about to bring
Halloween to life?

826
00:45:24,239 –> 00:45:25,905
– Yes!
SARAH: Great idea, Sam.

827
00:45:25,907 –> 00:45:27,275
They’ll come and arrest us.

828
00:45:27,277 –> 00:45:29,410
– Wait, guys, I found a number.
– For Stine?

829
00:45:29,412 –> 00:45:31,445
No, says here
nobody knows where he is,

830
00:45:31,447 –> 00:45:33,180
but this is for
Richard Shivers.

831
00:45:33,182 –> 00:45:37,784
He’s the president of the
R.L. Stine Appreciation Society.

832
00:45:37,786 –> 00:45:39,954
– What are you doing?
– I’m calling.

833
00:45:39,956 –> 00:45:42,290
(LINE RINGING)

834
00:45:42,292 –> 00:45:45,126
RECORDING: Good day, you’ve
reached Dr. Richard Shivers

835
00:45:45,128 –> 00:45:47,596
and the R.L. Stine
Appreciation Society.

836
00:45:47,598 –> 00:45:49,864
If you’re trying to
reach Stine, don’t bother.

837
00:45:49,866 –> 00:45:52,033
Otherwise,
leave a message.

838
00:45:52,035 –> 00:45:54,536
SARAH: Hi, Mr. Shivers,
my name is Sarah Quinn.

839
00:45:54,538 –> 00:45:56,371
I live in
Wardenclyffe, New York.

840
00:45:56,373 –> 00:45:59,408
I desperately need to
get in touch with R.L. Stine.

841
00:45:59,410 –> 00:46:00,975
This is gonna sound crazy,

842
00:46:00,977 –> 00:46:03,679
but I think one of his stories
has come to life.

843
00:46:03,681 –> 00:46:04,946
(BEEPS)

844
00:46:04,948 –> 00:46:06,748
Hi, Mr. Shivers…

845
00:46:06,750 –> 00:46:08,817
Well…

846
00:46:08,819 –> 00:46:11,119
Looks like we’re on our own.

847
00:46:11,121 –> 00:46:12,921
Wait,
where are we going?

848
00:46:12,923 –> 00:46:16,091
To find Tommy Madigan
and get that book.

849
00:46:16,093 –> 00:46:17,326
Get that one.

850
00:46:17,328 –> 00:46:19,194
No way he’s gonna
be able to get that.

851
00:46:19,196 –> 00:46:20,463
Oh.

852
00:46:20,465 –> 00:46:22,699
SONNY: Tommy! Tommy!
SAM: Tommy! Hey.

853
00:46:22,701 –> 00:46:24,199
Tommy! Tommy!

854
00:46:24,201 –> 00:46:25,802
BOY:
What do these idiots want?

855
00:46:25,804 –> 00:46:27,069
I’ll take care
of this.

856
00:46:27,071 –> 00:46:28,571
SONNY: We need that book.

857
00:46:28,573 –> 00:46:30,640
– It’s really important.
– It’s super important.

858
00:46:30,642 –> 00:46:32,141
The book with
the lock on it.

859
00:46:32,143 –> 00:46:33,409
Okay, okay.
What book?

860
00:46:33,411 –> 00:46:35,011
The one you stole
from us, Tommy.

861
00:46:35,013 –> 00:46:36,746
Oh, yeah.
I’ve got it right here.

862
00:46:36,748 –> 00:46:38,681
– Oh, really?
– No, idiot.

863
00:46:38,683 –> 00:46:42,018
Why would I be carrying a book
around with me on Halloween?

864
00:46:42,020 –> 00:46:44,588
Now, go back home
with your babysitter.

865
00:46:44,590 –> 00:46:46,022
I’ll be there in a bit
to egg your house.

866
00:46:46,024 –> 00:46:47,458
Listen,
you little punk,

867
00:46:47,460 –> 00:46:49,593
I’m not the babysitter.
I’m Sonny’s sister.

868
00:46:49,595 –> 00:46:50,927
You’re gonna give us
that book back

869
00:46:50,929 –> 00:46:52,763
or I’ll make your life
a living hell.

870
00:46:52,765 –> 00:46:55,699
The only thing you’ll use that
toilet paper for is to wipe…

871
00:46:55,701 –> 00:46:58,135
Okay. God, you don’t have
to be so mean about it.

872
00:46:58,137 –> 00:47:00,037
Let’s get
out of here.

873
00:47:00,039 –> 00:47:02,408
Book’s at my house
in my room.

874
00:47:04,343 –> 00:47:08,680
But it’s hidden, so good luck
finding it, losers. Heh, heh.

875
00:47:08,682 –> 00:47:10,751
(SHRIEKING IN DISTANCE)

876
00:47:13,653 –> 00:47:15,555
(♪♪♪)

877
00:47:20,494 –> 00:47:22,763
(ALL GASP)

878
00:47:24,698 –> 00:47:27,198
Those are some
awesome costumes.

879
00:47:27,200 –> 00:47:29,334
(SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

880
00:47:29,336 –> 00:47:31,605
(BOYS SCREAMING)

881
00:47:32,672 –> 00:47:35,008
(SCREAMING)

882
00:47:36,711 –> 00:47:37,944
Is this actually
happening?

883
00:47:39,680 –> 00:47:42,147
(ALL YELL)

884
00:47:42,149 –> 00:47:43,684
Guys, we gotta find
that book!

885
00:47:49,189 –> 00:47:51,923
SLAPPY: Evening, Mr. Tesla.

886
00:47:51,925 –> 00:47:56,028
You don’t mind if we bring
your tower back to life, do you?

887
00:47:56,030 –> 00:47:57,932
(BOTH CACKLING)

888
00:48:01,436 –> 00:48:03,235
(QUIETLY)
What did he say?

889
00:48:03,237 –> 00:48:05,705
Shut up.

890
00:48:05,707 –> 00:48:08,875
SLAPPY: Tesla used this tower
to project electricity,

891
00:48:08,877 –> 00:48:11,076
but I’m going
to use this tower

892
00:48:11,078 –> 00:48:15,281
to project my magic
in ways he never imagined.

893
00:48:15,283 –> 00:48:19,586
It takes a genius
to know a genius.

894
00:48:19,588 –> 00:48:21,488
(POWERING UP)

895
00:48:21,490 –> 00:48:23,790
– Whoa.
– Heh-heh-heh.

896
00:48:23,792 –> 00:48:25,392
Come along,
Walter.

897
00:48:25,394 –> 00:48:26,793
We’ve got work
to do.

898
00:48:26,795 –> 00:48:28,263
Very well.
Let’s go.

899
00:48:31,667 –> 00:48:33,133
SONNY: This is Tommy’s house.

900
00:48:33,135 –> 00:48:36,171
Well, I guess
we just knock?

901
00:48:38,474 –> 00:48:40,608
SAM: Knock loud. He
lives with his grandma.

902
00:48:40,610 –> 00:48:41,778
(KNOCKS)

903
00:48:42,779 –> 00:48:44,412
Okay.

904
00:48:44,414 –> 00:48:45,880
(DOORBELL RINGS)

905
00:48:45,882 –> 00:48:48,114
Wait! Guys,
there she is.

906
00:48:48,116 –> 00:48:49,484
SONNY: She’s asleep.

907
00:48:49,486 –> 00:48:51,419
I guess we’ll just
have to wake her up.

908
00:48:51,421 –> 00:48:53,287
– Hello! Come on.
– Hello!

909
00:48:53,289 –> 00:48:55,656
– Hello!
– Tommy’s grandma!

910
00:48:55,658 –> 00:48:57,992
(SIGHS)
Wow.

911
00:48:57,994 –> 00:48:59,762
Guess she’s a deep sleeper.

912
00:49:02,465 –> 00:49:03,966
(SIGHS)
It’s locked.

913
00:49:03,968 –> 00:49:06,133
Find another way in
and go get that book.

914
00:49:06,135 –> 00:49:07,303
What are you gonna do?

915
00:49:10,006 –> 00:49:12,608
I’m gonna make sure
nothing surprises us. Go!

916
00:49:12,610 –> 00:49:14,776
(♪♪♪)

917
00:49:14,778 –> 00:49:16,680
(WINDOW CLATTERING)

918
00:49:26,858 –> 00:49:28,123
(BANGS)

919
00:49:28,125 –> 00:49:29,859
– Ow!
– Shh.

920
00:49:29,861 –> 00:49:32,795
What?

921
00:49:32,797 –> 00:49:36,467
(WHISPERING) I can’t believe we’re
breaking into someone’s house right now.

922
00:49:44,609 –> 00:49:47,145
Shh.

923
00:49:49,848 –> 00:49:51,781
(WHISPERING)
Hey, they got gummy bears.

924
00:49:51,783 –> 00:49:53,585
Who cares?
Stop screwing around.

925
00:49:55,021 –> 00:49:56,352
AUTOMATED VOICE: Hands off!

926
00:49:56,354 –> 00:49:58,256
(LAUGHS)

927
00:50:00,960 –> 00:50:03,293
Sam, stop
screwing around. Let’s go.

928
00:50:03,295 –> 00:50:04,931
– Okay, all right.
(CLICKS)

929
00:50:08,768 –> 00:50:10,636
SLAPPY: Watch this, Walter.

930
00:50:12,772 –> 00:50:14,438
WALTER: Whoa. Whoa.

931
00:50:14,440 –> 00:50:16,740
(LAUGHING)

932
00:50:16,742 –> 00:50:21,211
Why settle for
a small family, Walter,

933
00:50:21,213 –> 00:50:24,682
when we can project
my power everywhere

934
00:50:24,684 –> 00:50:27,886
and bring all of
Halloween to life?

935
00:50:27,888 –> 00:50:30,120
(LAUGHS)
Yeah.

936
00:50:30,122 –> 00:50:33,725
Karru marri odonna loma

937
00:50:33,727 –> 00:50:37,194
molonu karrano.
– Whoa.

938
00:50:37,196 –> 00:50:39,096
Karru marri

939
00:50:39,098 –> 00:50:43,935
odonna loma
molonu karrano.

940
00:50:43,937 –> 00:50:45,872
(BOTH CACKLING)

941
00:50:49,576 –> 00:50:51,411
(♪♪♪)

942
00:50:52,346 –> 00:50:54,247
(CACKLING CONTINUES)

943
00:51:01,355 –> 00:51:03,256
(ALL SHRIEKING)

944
00:51:07,260 –> 00:51:08,496
(BOTH SNICKERING)

945
00:51:12,166 –> 00:51:13,768
(GRUNTING)

946
00:51:19,173 –> 00:51:20,941
(NEIGHS)

947
00:51:20,943 –> 00:51:24,243
Hyah! Ha-ha-ha!

948
00:51:24,245 –> 00:51:27,146
(CACKLING)

949
00:51:27,148 –> 00:51:30,383
– Sam, I found it. Yeah.
– You found it?

950
00:51:30,385 –> 00:51:31,852
SONNY: “R.L. Stine.”

951
00:51:31,854 –> 00:51:33,722
How did we miss that?

952
00:51:35,624 –> 00:51:38,759
– That can’t be good.
– Yeah. We gotta go.

953
00:51:38,761 –> 00:51:40,663
(♪♪♪)

954
00:51:46,568 –> 00:51:48,235
Let’s just go
back out the window.

955
00:51:48,237 –> 00:51:49,505
SAM: All right.

956
00:51:51,607 –> 00:51:53,573
– Oh.
HAND: Ah!

957
00:51:53,575 –> 00:51:54,878
(YELLS)

958
00:51:56,112 –> 00:51:57,477
Sam!

959
00:51:57,479 –> 00:51:59,479
The hand
has my hand!

960
00:51:59,481 –> 00:52:01,482
Just rip it off!
Throw it!

961
00:52:01,484 –> 00:52:03,153
(HAND SNARLS)

962
00:52:06,923 –> 00:52:09,325
Sam. Turn around.

963
00:52:10,794 –> 00:52:11,928
They’re moving.

964
00:52:13,363 –> 00:52:14,963
Sonny,
they’re just gummy bears.

965
00:52:14,965 –> 00:52:17,066
They’re so tiny and cute.
What can they do?

966
00:52:17,068 –> 00:52:19,436
(CHITTERING)

967
00:52:21,671 –> 00:52:23,005
Hey there, little guys.

968
00:52:23,007 –> 00:52:24,807
Sam, you just ate
half their family.

969
00:52:24,809 –> 00:52:26,443
I would not do that
if I were you.

970
00:52:27,545 –> 00:52:29,545
(♪♪♪)

971
00:52:29,547 –> 00:52:31,549
(GUMMY BEARS GRUNTING, SNICKERING)

972
00:52:39,590 –> 00:52:41,657
Why are they walking
towards us?

973
00:52:41,659 –> 00:52:44,326
Okay. All right.
Maybe

974
00:52:44,328 –> 00:52:47,730
they just want us
to stay and play.

975
00:52:47,732 –> 00:52:48,900
(ALL ROAR)
(BOYS YELL)

976
00:52:53,805 –> 00:52:56,708
(♪♪♪)

977
00:53:00,078 –> 00:53:01,911
God, where is everyone?

978
00:53:01,913 –> 00:53:04,013
Oh, there’s one
on my back, Sam!

979
00:53:04,015 –> 00:53:05,715
Okay, okay!

980
00:53:05,717 –> 00:53:08,852
(GUMMY BEARS GIGGLING)

981
00:53:08,854 –> 00:53:11,721
– Pull harder!
– I’m trying!

982
00:53:11,723 –> 00:53:13,289
– Whoa.
BEAR: Ha-ha-ha!

983
00:53:13,291 –> 00:53:14,691
Go for the window, Sam!

984
00:53:14,693 –> 00:53:15,962
I’m coming!

985
00:53:17,764 –> 00:53:18,931
Whoa!

986
00:53:21,433 –> 00:53:23,335
(SNARLING)

987
00:53:27,039 –> 00:53:29,509
(GLASS SHATTERING)

988
00:53:30,777 –> 00:53:32,678
(GRUNTING)

989
00:53:35,148 –> 00:53:38,484
Just! Stop! Giggling!

990
00:53:42,388 –> 00:53:44,390
(GRUNTING)

991
00:53:47,360 –> 00:53:49,293
Sam! I need some help
over here…

992
00:53:49,295 –> 00:53:52,363
(WAILING)
Sonny!

993
00:53:52,365 –> 00:53:54,268
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

994
00:53:57,370 –> 00:53:58,703
Mom, we’re under attack!

995
00:53:58,705 –> 00:54:00,472
Sonny, what are you
talking about?

996
00:54:00,474 –> 00:54:02,109
Where’s Sarah?
Who’s attacking you?

997
00:54:03,977 –> 00:54:05,610
Gummy bears.

998
00:54:05,612 –> 00:54:07,579
KATHY: What Honey, you’re mumbling.

999
00:54:07,581 –> 00:54:08,814
Put Sarah on the phone.

1000
00:54:08,816 –> 00:54:10,315
(GROWLS)

1001
00:54:10,317 –> 00:54:11,984
KATHY: Sonny.
BEAR: Whee!

1002
00:54:11,986 –> 00:54:13,953
(GRUNTING)

1003
00:54:13,955 –> 00:54:15,188
KATHY: What…?

1004
00:54:15,190 –> 00:54:16,856
Okay, that’s it.

1005
00:54:16,858 –> 00:54:19,524
Do not leave the house!
I’m coming home.

1006
00:54:19,526 –> 00:54:21,461
(GRUNTING CONTINUES)

1007
00:54:34,876 –> 00:54:36,143
(PANTING)

1008
00:54:36,145 –> 00:54:38,145
Sonny, help!

1009
00:54:38,147 –> 00:54:39,512
Sam, I’m coming!

1010
00:54:39,514 –> 00:54:41,183
Hurry!

1011
00:54:45,620 –> 00:54:47,821
(BEAR YELLING)

1012
00:54:47,823 –> 00:54:49,725
(LITTLE BEARS SQUEALING)

1013
00:55:04,006 –> 00:55:08,642
No, no, no!
You’ll never take me alive!

1014
00:55:08,644 –> 00:55:10,146
(BEAR SCREAMS)

1015
00:55:12,148 –> 00:55:14,849
That is my new favorite book.

1016
00:55:14,851 –> 00:55:17,551
– You okay?
– I think.

1017
00:55:17,553 –> 00:55:19,419
Let’s get out of here.

1018
00:55:19,421 –> 00:55:20,822
(ALL YELL)

1019
00:55:20,824 –> 00:55:22,423
What are you guys
doing in there?

1020
00:55:22,425 –> 00:55:24,692
Oh, no big deal, really.
Just being mauled

1021
00:55:24,694 –> 00:55:26,194
by my favorite
comfort food!

1022
00:55:26,196 –> 00:55:27,695
Wait. Just stop.
Stop, stop!

1023
00:55:27,697 –> 00:55:29,697
What are you guys
even talking about?

1024
00:55:29,699 –> 00:55:31,733
Everything is alive, Sarah.
Even candy.

1025
00:55:31,735 –> 00:55:34,069
Well, is that the book?
Let’s read it.

1026
00:55:34,071 –> 00:55:36,571
There’s something you need
to know about this book.

1027
00:55:36,573 –> 00:55:37,940
What?

1028
00:55:37,942 –> 00:55:39,540
(HOWLING IN DISTANCE)

1029
00:55:39,542 –> 00:55:40,843
Look out!

1030
00:55:40,845 –> 00:55:42,980
(GROWLS)
(GRUNTS)

1031
00:55:44,614 –> 00:55:46,717
– Whoa!
(RASPING)

1032
00:56:02,367 –> 00:56:04,767
That’s what.

1033
00:56:04,769 –> 00:56:06,769
This is not
a normal book, Sarah.

1034
00:56:06,771 –> 00:56:08,706
(PANTING)

1035
00:56:15,247 –> 00:56:16,780
Who would write this?

1036
00:56:16,782 –> 00:56:18,717
(♪♪♪)

1037
00:56:29,128 –> 00:56:30,330
(ENGINE REVS)

1038
00:56:34,599 –> 00:56:37,703
They did the monster mash
The monster mash

1039
00:56:39,238 –> 00:56:41,040
Oh, what is this?

1040
00:56:41,975 –> 00:56:43,607
Okay.

1041
00:56:43,609 –> 00:56:44,777
– Huh?
– Oh!

1042
00:56:46,846 –> 00:56:49,448
– Hyah!
– Oh, you rehearsed that, did you?

1043
00:56:49,450 –> 00:56:53,086
Best costume of the night, sir.

1044
00:56:54,821 –> 00:56:56,756
(ALL LAUGHING)

1045
00:56:58,125 –> 00:56:59,458
(ROARS)

1046
00:56:59,460 –> 00:57:01,028
(SCREAMING)

1047
00:57:02,162 –> 00:57:04,098
(SNARLING)

1048
00:57:05,565 –> 00:57:07,565
(ALL SCREAMING)

1049
00:57:07,567 –> 00:57:08,900
(LAUGHS)

1050
00:57:08,902 –> 00:57:10,268
(HORN HONKS)

1051
00:57:10,270 –> 00:57:12,471
(SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1052
00:57:12,473 –> 00:57:13,974
GIRL: Go!

1053
00:57:14,775 –> 00:57:16,677
(SIRENS WAILING)

1054
00:57:22,317 –> 00:57:24,149
WOMAN: Look out, look out! Ah!

1055
00:57:24,151 –> 00:57:26,785
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1056
00:57:26,787 –> 00:57:28,187
MAN: What’s going on?

1057
00:57:28,189 –> 00:57:30,925
There! Let’s take
the alley. It’s empty.

1058
00:57:34,896 –> 00:57:36,561
Wait, wait!

1059
00:57:36,563 –> 00:57:39,198
We need to read the book
and see how we can end this.

1060
00:57:39,200 –> 00:57:41,868
Let me see.

1061
00:57:41,870 –> 00:57:44,570
“It was nearly Halloween
in the town of Wardenclyffe…”

1062
00:57:44,572 –> 00:57:46,739
Blah, blah, blah. Here!

1063
00:57:46,741 –> 00:57:48,475
“His revenge
was to create a family

1064
00:57:48,477 –> 00:57:51,177
by bringing Halloween to life,
but that wasn’t enough.”

1065
00:57:51,179 –> 00:57:53,147
That seems like
plenty of revenge to me.

1066
00:57:53,149 –> 00:57:56,584
“Because he wanted more than
a family. He wanted a mother.

1067
00:57:59,288 –> 00:58:01,390
His plan was to…”

1068
00:58:02,624 –> 00:58:04,224
Was to what?
Keep reading.

1069
00:58:04,226 –> 00:58:05,859
I-I-I can’t.

1070
00:58:05,861 –> 00:58:10,464
That was the last page.
It’s an unfinished manuscript.

1071
00:58:10,466 –> 00:58:12,234
What?

1072
00:58:13,537 –> 00:58:14,937
Okay, great.
What do we do now?

1073
00:58:16,172 –> 00:58:18,038
Slappy’s gonna go after Mom.

1074
00:58:18,040 –> 00:58:21,309
That book is the only thing
we have to stop him.

1075
00:58:21,311 –> 00:58:23,644
We have to go to
the nursing home and save her.

1076
00:58:23,646 –> 00:58:25,579
Mom’s not at
the nursing home.

1077
00:58:25,581 –> 00:58:27,681
Where is she?

1078
00:58:27,683 –> 00:58:30,885
– On her way home to save us.
– What?

1079
00:58:30,887 –> 00:58:33,288
She called while we were
attacked by gummy bears.

1080
00:58:33,290 –> 00:58:35,056
Why answer
at a time like that?

1081
00:58:35,058 –> 00:58:38,193
Maybe because unlike you, Sarah,
I pick up Mom’s phone calls.

1082
00:58:38,195 –> 00:58:39,594
Really Guilt trip much?

1083
00:58:39,596 –> 00:58:41,763
We need to find your mom
before Slappy does.

1084
00:58:41,765 –> 00:58:43,466
Now, come on,
let’s go!

1085
00:58:43,468 –> 00:58:45,403
(♪♪♪)

1086
00:58:47,472 –> 00:58:50,573
Your woodworking skills
are impressive.

1087
00:58:50,575 –> 00:58:51,806
Yes.

1088
00:58:51,808 –> 00:58:53,975
This will do nicely.

1089
00:58:53,977 –> 00:58:56,845
Oh, I used to manage
a hardware store.

1090
00:58:56,847 –> 00:58:59,781
– Walter. Focus, please.
– Yes.

1091
00:58:59,783 –> 00:59:05,087
Now tell my monsters to get me
Mama and get me that book.

1092
00:59:05,089 –> 00:59:07,623
Yeah. Yes.

1093
00:59:07,625 –> 00:59:09,561
SARAH: Run!
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1094
00:59:12,864 –> 00:59:14,296
SAM: Duck!
(ALL SNARLING)

1095
00:59:14,298 –> 00:59:15,733
Look out!

1096
00:59:19,737 –> 00:59:22,239
(SPIDER ROARING)

1097
00:59:22,241 –> 00:59:23,408
What the…?

1098
00:59:25,144 –> 00:59:26,445
SONNY: That’s Mr. Peters!

1099
00:59:27,980 –> 00:59:29,779
(SIREN CHIRPING)

1100
00:59:29,781 –> 00:59:32,249
MAN 1: Nice doggy.
MAN 2: It’s right behind you!

1101
00:59:32,251 –> 00:59:34,017
MAN 1: Ah! Not on my leg!

1102
00:59:34,019 –> 00:59:37,254
KATHY: Help!

1103
00:59:37,256 –> 00:59:40,157
That’s Mom! That’s Mom!
Come on!

1104
00:59:40,159 –> 00:59:41,992
PIRATE: You bunch of scallywags!

1105
00:59:41,994 –> 00:59:43,660
KATHY: Kids, watch out!

1106
00:59:43,662 –> 00:59:44,830
(ALL YELL)

1107
00:59:46,698 –> 00:59:47,866
Behind you!

1108
00:59:53,805 –> 00:59:56,274
(SPIDER ROARING)

1109
00:59:56,276 –> 00:59:58,342
Okay, now’s our chance.

1110
00:59:58,344 –> 01:00:00,311
Give me the book.
I’m gonna protect Mom.

1111
01:00:00,313 –> 01:00:02,613
You get the ladder
and meet me at that tree.

1112
01:00:02,615 –> 01:00:04,484
– Wait till it’s safe, then go.
– Okay.

1113
01:00:06,487 –> 01:00:07,655
(GROANS)

1114
01:00:11,358 –> 01:00:12,859
(SKELETON YELLS)

1115
01:00:15,828 –> 01:00:17,462
(GASPS)

1116
01:00:17,464 –> 01:00:19,233
Okay, okay.

1117
01:00:24,171 –> 01:00:26,672
(WAILING)

1118
01:00:26,674 –> 01:00:30,809
Oh, my God! We’re all gonna die!
Run for your life! Ah!

1119
01:00:30,811 –> 01:00:32,744
(CRYING)
Oh, my God.

1120
01:00:32,746 –> 01:00:34,846
Oops. Not a monster.

1121
01:00:34,848 –> 01:00:36,248
SAM: All right, let’s go!

1122
01:00:36,250 –> 01:00:37,749
Come on!

1123
01:00:37,751 –> 01:00:39,251
Halt!

1124
01:00:39,253 –> 01:00:41,987
My orders are
to guard this porch!

1125
01:00:41,989 –> 01:00:43,223
No way.

1126
01:00:43,225 –> 01:00:44,856
You like carving pumpkins,
huh?

1127
01:00:44,858 –> 01:00:46,858
Look what you did
to poor Terry.

1128
01:00:46,860 –> 01:00:49,028
Hiya! I’m round.

1129
01:00:49,030 –> 01:00:51,199
Sergeant Squash,
open fire.

1130
01:00:53,368 –> 01:00:55,068
Oh. Ow!

1131
01:00:55,070 –> 01:00:56,871
(GRUNTING)

1132
01:01:03,078 –> 01:01:04,744
We need to find
another way in!

1133
01:01:04,746 –> 01:01:06,714
No. This is my house.

1134
01:01:06,716 –> 01:01:08,684
SERGEANT: I’m hit! Medic!

1135
01:01:09,985 –> 01:01:11,552
What are you doing?
Put me down!

1136
01:01:11,554 –> 01:01:13,187
Hiya! Happy Easter.

1137
01:01:13,189 –> 01:01:14,588
– No, no!
TERRY: Ugh!

1138
01:01:14,590 –> 01:01:17,057
Yes! Let’s go.

1139
01:01:17,059 –> 01:01:20,027
Sarah, I was so worried.
Are you okay?

1140
01:01:20,029 –> 01:01:21,395
I’m fine.
Just hang tight.

1141
01:01:21,397 –> 01:01:23,364
I’m gonna get you down.
I promise.

1142
01:01:23,366 –> 01:01:24,865
I just need you to trust me.

1143
01:01:24,867 –> 01:01:27,034
KATHY: Don’t worry about me. Run. Hide!

1144
01:01:27,036 –> 01:01:28,871
Ghost at 11 o’clock!

1145
01:01:31,107 –> 01:01:34,110
No, no, no! Get back here!

1146
01:01:37,547 –> 01:01:38,814
(YELLS)

1147
01:01:40,250 –> 01:01:42,717
SARAH: That’s my book! Ah!

1148
01:01:42,719 –> 01:01:44,121
We gotta go.

1149
01:01:46,056 –> 01:01:49,291
(SARAH SCREAMING)

1150
01:01:49,293 –> 01:01:52,227
Sarah!
Sarah, let go of that ghost!

1151
01:01:52,229 –> 01:01:54,764
Do not let go
of that ghost!

1152
01:01:54,766 –> 01:01:55,932
(SCREAMS)

1153
01:01:58,736 –> 01:02:01,236
– You okay?
– No, that ghost took the book.

1154
01:02:01,238 –> 01:02:02,406
(SPIDER ROARS)

1155
01:02:04,742 –> 01:02:07,208
SONNY: Mom!
– Oh, kids. Help!

1156
01:02:07,210 –> 01:02:08,778
No, no, no!

1157
01:02:08,780 –> 01:02:10,879
– Sarah!
SARAH: Mom!

1158
01:02:10,881 –> 01:02:14,216
(KATHY SCREAMING)

1159
01:02:14,218 –> 01:02:16,585
SONNY: It’s heading for the Tesla lab.

1160
01:02:16,587 –> 01:02:18,220
Slappy brought
the tower to life.

1161
01:02:18,222 –> 01:02:19,622
That’s why
this is happening.

1162
01:02:19,624 –> 01:02:20,925
We have to stop him.

1163
01:02:22,260 –> 01:02:24,795
Uh, guys?

1164
01:02:24,797 –> 01:02:26,197
(ALL SNARLING, HISSING)

1165
01:02:27,566 –> 01:02:29,733
Sonny, what do we do?

1166
01:02:29,735 –> 01:02:31,336
I don’t know.
You’re the older one.

1167
01:02:32,471 –> 01:02:34,707
(ALL SCREAMING)

1168
01:02:35,940 –> 01:02:37,509
No, no, no.
It’s me, Mr. Chu!

1169
01:02:38,544 –> 01:02:40,042
Mr. Chu?

1170
01:02:40,044 –> 01:02:43,879
Shh! Follow me!
To the basement now!

1171
01:02:43,881 –> 01:02:45,615
Don’t ruin the Mylar.

1172
01:02:45,617 –> 01:02:48,153
I’m saving it for next year.
Go, go, go.

1173
01:02:49,823 –> 01:02:51,823
(♪♪♪)

1174
01:02:51,825 –> 01:02:53,727
(ENGINE REVVING)

1175
01:02:55,461 –> 01:02:57,060
Let me get this straight.

1176
01:02:57,062 –> 01:03:00,565
We are living a Goosebumps
story right now?

1177
01:03:00,567 –> 01:03:02,232
Okay, clearly you’re a fan.

1178
01:03:02,234 –> 01:03:04,369
This is the greatest thing
I’ve ever heard!

1179
01:03:04,371 –> 01:03:07,271
Hold on. Let me guess, let me
guess, let me guess. Um…

1180
01:03:07,273 –> 01:03:08,806
Monster Blood.

1181
01:03:08,808 –> 01:03:11,776
No, too on the nose.
Yeah, you’re right. Um…

1182
01:03:11,778 –> 01:03:14,679
The Scarecrow Walks
at Midnight.

1183
01:03:14,681 –> 01:03:16,881
No. Haunted Halloween.

1184
01:03:16,883 –> 01:03:20,118
I don’t know that one.
How does it end?

1185
01:03:20,120 –> 01:03:21,953
That’s the problem.

1186
01:03:21,955 –> 01:03:23,454
It doesn’t.

1187
01:03:23,456 –> 01:03:25,358
(THUNDER RUMBLES)
(COIL CRACKLING)

1188
01:03:29,329 –> 01:03:31,231
(MUFFLED GRUNTING)

1189
01:03:32,500 –> 01:03:33,866
Mm! Mm!

1190
01:03:33,868 –> 01:03:35,467
Hello, Mama.

1191
01:03:35,469 –> 01:03:37,236
Remember me?

1192
01:03:37,238 –> 01:03:39,405
You put me on your lap.

1193
01:03:39,407 –> 01:03:41,774
Put those cute words
in my mouth.

1194
01:03:41,776 –> 01:03:45,544
What was it you called me?
“Bobo” Ha-ha-ha.

1195
01:03:45,546 –> 01:03:47,579
Can’t talk?

1196
01:03:47,581 –> 01:03:49,515
Don’t you worry.

1197
01:03:49,517 –> 01:03:53,452
From now on, I’ll do
the talking for both of us.

1198
01:03:53,454 –> 01:03:55,622
(SLAPPY & WALTER CACKLE)

1199
01:03:55,624 –> 01:03:58,926
I’m gonna make you
so proud, Mama.

1200
01:04:00,762 –> 01:04:03,563
Onarrak unolom

1201
01:04:03,565 –> 01:04:05,365
amol

1202
01:04:05,367 –> 01:04:07,367
annodo irram

1203
01:04:07,369 –> 01:04:09,001
urrak.

1204
01:04:09,003 –> 01:04:11,104
(KATHY WHIMPERING)

1205
01:04:11,106 –> 01:04:13,072
(LAUGHING)
– It’s working.

1206
01:04:13,074 –> 01:04:14,543
Yes.

1207
01:04:17,112 –> 01:04:19,780
(CACKLES)

1208
01:04:19,782 –> 01:04:21,114
(IMITATES EXPLOSION)

1209
01:04:21,116 –> 01:04:24,050
My mind is literally
blown right now.

1210
01:04:24,052 –> 01:04:27,253
I mean, we get to finish
our Goosebumps story!

1211
01:04:27,255 –> 01:04:29,623
This isn’t a creative-writing
exercise, Mr. Chu.

1212
01:04:29,625 –> 01:04:31,425
Slappy has our mom!

1213
01:04:31,427 –> 01:04:34,462
Yeah, and then you get to
save your mom. It’s Chapter 22:

1214
01:04:34,464 –> 01:04:37,531
“The kids save their mom
from the demonic dummy.”

1215
01:04:37,533 –> 01:04:39,834
Well, the only thing
I had to save my mom

1216
01:04:39,836 –> 01:04:42,636
was that book,
and I lost it. So…

1217
01:04:42,638 –> 01:04:45,172
Sarah. This is not
your fault.

1218
01:04:45,174 –> 01:04:46,974
If anything, it’s my fault.

1219
01:04:46,976 –> 01:04:49,845
I’m the one who found the book
and brought Slappy to life.

1220
01:04:49,847 –> 01:04:51,580
And I even told Slappy
about Tesla.

1221
01:04:51,582 –> 01:04:53,515
Mom trusted me to
take care of you guys,

1222
01:04:53,517 –> 01:04:55,484
and I told her
I would save her.

1223
01:04:55,486 –> 01:04:57,286
I failed.

1224
01:04:58,822 –> 01:05:00,689
I know I always say that
I can’t wait

1225
01:05:00,691 –> 01:05:03,492
to go to college
and get started on my real life,

1226
01:05:03,494 –> 01:05:05,796
but you guys are my life.

1227
01:05:07,998 –> 01:05:10,232
This is a classic
Goosebumps moment.

1228
01:05:10,234 –> 01:05:12,067
Do you remember
Say Cheese and Die…?

1229
01:05:12,069 –> 01:05:14,069
– This is real life, Chu!
– Okay.

1230
01:05:14,071 –> 01:05:17,773
Guys, Slappy is using the Tesla
Tower to power Halloween.

1231
01:05:17,775 –> 01:05:19,441
If I can get in there,
maybe I can

1232
01:05:19,443 –> 01:05:21,076
shut it off,
and we can save Mom.

1233
01:05:21,078 –> 01:05:22,745
But there’s
monsters everywhere.

1234
01:05:22,747 –> 01:05:24,279
How are we gonna
get past them?

1235
01:05:24,281 –> 01:05:25,781
Easy.

1236
01:05:25,783 –> 01:05:27,249
Camouflage.

1237
01:05:27,251 –> 01:05:28,686
(♪♪♪)

1238
01:05:30,153 –> 01:05:31,990
Welcome to my crafts lab.

1239
01:05:33,258 –> 01:05:35,124
Wow.

1240
01:05:35,126 –> 01:05:39,262
Steady on my grind and got no
Time for playing games

1241
01:05:39,264 –> 01:05:43,065
Money on my mind, I’m kicking
As I’m taking names

1242
01:05:43,067 –> 01:05:45,301
The heat is on
Get out the kitchen

1243
01:05:45,303 –> 01:05:47,169
If you can’t handle
The flames

1244
01:05:47,171 –> 01:05:49,405
I’m hustling
I was born to win

1245
01:05:49,407 –> 01:05:51,307
Ain’t never gonna change

1246
01:05:51,309 –> 01:05:55,579
Let me tell you now
I don’t know how

1247
01:05:55,581 –> 01:05:59,983
But the whole world’s
Gonna know my name

1248
01:05:59,985 –> 01:06:03,654
Just wait and see
They gon’ talk about me

1249
01:06:03,656 –> 01:06:06,757
Things ain’t never
Gon’ be the same

1250
01:06:06,759 –> 01:06:08,492
Are you ready

1251
01:06:08,494 –> 01:06:10,762
Are you ready

1252
01:06:10,764 –> 01:06:14,799
Better make way
‘Cause I’m coming through

1253
01:06:14,801 –> 01:06:16,668
Are you ready for me

1254
01:06:16,670 –> 01:06:19,136
Are you ready for me

1255
01:06:19,138 –> 01:06:23,541
You know I’m gonna be
Legendary

1256
01:06:23,543 –> 01:06:25,543
(ALL SNARLING)

1257
01:06:25,545 –> 01:06:27,179
Jeez,
they’re still everywhere.

1258
01:06:29,583 –> 01:06:31,384
It’s actually working.

1259
01:06:32,852 –> 01:06:34,852
Come on. We gotta
get to that tower.

1260
01:06:34,854 –> 01:06:36,756
(♪♪♪)

1261
01:06:40,427 –> 01:06:42,427
SONNY: I can’t believe
we’re really here.

1262
01:06:42,429 –> 01:06:44,128
I can barely see
out of this thing.

1263
01:06:44,130 –> 01:06:45,864
Is it cool?
Is it awesome?

1264
01:06:45,866 –> 01:06:48,366
(WHISPERING)
Hey, fanboy. Let’s focus.

1265
01:06:48,368 –> 01:06:49,670
Right. Sorry.

1266
01:06:51,706 –> 01:06:53,674
Let’s go.

1267
01:07:02,450 –> 01:07:03,984
(SNARLING)

1268
01:07:03,986 –> 01:07:05,284
(ALL GASP)

1269
01:07:05,286 –> 01:07:06,787
(GRUNTS)

1270
01:07:11,960 –> 01:07:14,596
SARAH: (SOFTLY)
Don’t. Move.

1271
01:07:18,033 –> 01:07:19,935
(GRUNTS)

1272
01:07:23,204 –> 01:07:24,906
Come on, let’s go.
Come on!

1273
01:07:36,986 –> 01:07:38,418
Look at this place.

1274
01:07:38,420 –> 01:07:40,620
SARAH: It’s so creepy.

1275
01:07:40,622 –> 01:07:42,190
Stay close.

1276
01:07:43,760 –> 01:07:45,662
(CHITTERING)

1277
01:07:49,432 –> 01:07:51,766
SAM: No wonder Tesla
abandoned this place.

1278
01:07:51,768 –> 01:07:58,439
Shh, shh, shh.
Do you hear that?

1279
01:07:58,441 –> 01:07:59,975
(SHRIEKING)

1280
01:07:59,977 –> 01:08:01,244
(YELLING)

1281
01:08:07,885 –> 01:08:09,318
Come on.

1282
01:08:13,891 –> 01:08:15,891
(MONSTER GROANS)

1283
01:08:15,893 –> 01:08:18,192
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1284
01:08:18,194 –> 01:08:19,863
(♪♪♪)

1285
01:08:30,175 –> 01:08:32,077
(GIRL SCREAMING)

1286
01:08:35,046 –> 01:08:36,344
STINE: Oh, no.

1287
01:08:36,346 –> 01:08:40,116
Not Haunted Halloween.

1288
01:08:40,118 –> 01:08:41,686
(DEATH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1289
01:08:42,954 –> 01:08:44,821
(GIRLS SCREAMING)

1290
01:08:44,823 –> 01:08:47,792
Oh, my writing was
so cliché back then.

1291
01:08:51,730 –> 01:08:55,565
I knew it! I knew I came up
with that first.

1292
01:08:55,567 –> 01:08:57,867
(SIREN WAILS)

1293
01:08:57,869 –> 01:09:01,370
That clever little dummy’s
writing his own ending.

1294
01:09:01,372 –> 01:09:03,239
Not in my book,
he’s not.

1295
01:09:03,241 –> 01:09:05,508
(BOTH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1296
01:09:05,510 –> 01:09:07,213
Oh, gnomes.

1297
01:09:08,714 –> 01:09:10,180
Don’t you dare.

1298
01:09:10,182 –> 01:09:11,414
Stay.

1299
01:09:11,416 –> 01:09:13,919
Ow! Son of a… Ah!

1300
01:09:15,286 –> 01:09:17,187
(WITCHES SHRIEKING)

1301
01:09:17,189 –> 01:09:19,456
Oh, witches!

1302
01:09:19,458 –> 01:09:21,859
Get away, witches!

1303
01:09:21,861 –> 01:09:24,764
(ENGINE REVS)

1304
01:09:26,432 –> 01:09:29,602
SAM: Guys, do you hear that?
– Shh!

1305
01:09:33,106 –> 01:09:34,371
Wow.

1306
01:09:34,373 –> 01:09:36,943
SARAH: Whoa.

1307
01:09:37,778 –> 01:09:40,512
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

1308
01:09:40,514 –> 01:09:42,247
Welcome.

1309
01:09:42,249 –> 01:09:44,384
Slappy.

1310
01:09:46,052 –> 01:09:47,287
(GRUNTING)

1311
01:09:49,422 –> 01:09:51,322
– Walter?
(GRUNTS)

1312
01:09:51,324 –> 01:09:53,025
Where’s my mother?

1313
01:09:53,027 –> 01:09:56,130
Don’t you mean our mother?

1314
01:10:00,835 –> 01:10:03,769
(IN RASPY VOICE)
There’s my sweet little babies.

1315
01:10:03,771 –> 01:10:07,072
I just love a family reunion.

1316
01:10:07,074 –> 01:10:10,308
– Mom.
– What did you do?

1317
01:10:10,310 –> 01:10:12,411
(ALL GASP)

1318
01:10:12,413 –> 01:10:14,413
SLAPPY: I had a papa once!

1319
01:10:14,415 –> 01:10:16,348
He let me down.

1320
01:10:16,350 –> 01:10:19,252
But a mother’s love
is forever.

1321
01:10:19,254 –> 01:10:21,054
Turn her back now,
you psycho!

1322
01:10:21,056 –> 01:10:22,788
Oh, should I?

1323
01:10:22,790 –> 01:10:27,393
Unfortunately,
I have other plans.

1324
01:10:27,395 –> 01:10:29,428
Walter!
The book, please.

1325
01:10:29,430 –> 01:10:30,598
Yes.

1326
01:10:32,600 –> 01:10:34,134
This book.

1327
01:10:34,136 –> 01:10:36,102
Go prepare the tower!

1328
01:10:36,104 –> 01:10:38,138
(GROWLS)

1329
01:10:38,140 –> 01:10:40,440
I’m going to do what
Stine couldn’t:

1330
01:10:40,442 –> 01:10:43,743
Finish this book,
once and for all.

1331
01:10:43,745 –> 01:10:45,647
(BOTH CACKLING)

1332
01:10:49,451 –> 01:10:52,220
(CHUCKLES)
Spoiler alert:

1333
01:10:52,222 –> 01:10:54,989
The manuscript gets destroyed
in that tower,

1334
01:10:54,991 –> 01:10:58,491
and my Halloween family
lasts forever!

1335
01:10:58,493 –> 01:11:01,696
Mama,
babysit the children for me.

1336
01:11:01,698 –> 01:11:03,496
Yes, dear.

1337
01:11:03,498 –> 01:11:05,666
We can’t let him
destroy that book.

1338
01:11:05,668 –> 01:11:09,439
Sonny, turn this thing off.
I’m going after Slappy.

1339
01:11:12,041 –> 01:11:14,141
Just you and me now,
Slappy.

1340
01:11:14,143 –> 01:11:19,181
Can’t hear you. I’m too far
ahead of you. Hee-hee-hee!

1341
01:11:19,183 –> 01:11:22,050
SONNY: This is amperage
and this is voltage?

1342
01:11:22,052 –> 01:11:23,886
None of these cables
make any sense.

1343
01:11:23,888 –> 01:11:25,787
What about here?
Start pulling levers.

1344
01:11:25,789 –> 01:11:28,156
– No, no, Sam, don’t!
– Ah!

1345
01:11:28,158 –> 01:11:30,526
Slappy booby-trapped
all this stuff.

1346
01:11:39,803 –> 01:11:41,570
(GASPS)

1347
01:11:41,572 –> 01:11:45,409
Careful, Sarah. It’d be a shame
to fall from that height.

1348
01:11:46,510 –> 01:11:48,311
(WITCH SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

1349
01:11:48,313 –> 01:11:49,713
(YELLS)

1350
01:11:53,318 –> 01:11:55,417
Plenty more
where that came from.

1351
01:11:55,419 –> 01:11:57,419
(CACKLES)

1352
01:11:57,421 –> 01:11:59,758
Come on, Sonny,
turn this thing off.

1353
01:12:01,593 –> 01:12:04,093
Oh, no. Sonny hurry up.

1354
01:12:04,095 –> 01:12:05,828
Slappy’s at the top.
Do something.

1355
01:12:05,830 –> 01:12:07,230
I can’t do it, Sam.

1356
01:12:07,232 –> 01:12:09,732
Come on, Sonny.
You are the smartest kid I know.

1357
01:12:09,734 –> 01:12:12,269
Sam, I couldn’t even do
my little science project.

1358
01:12:12,271 –> 01:12:13,536
Slappy did that.

1359
01:12:13,538 –> 01:12:14,973
And even that one shorted out.

1360
01:12:18,044 –> 01:12:20,443
Wait. That’s it.

1361
01:12:20,445 –> 01:12:24,248
We turn it up. All the way up.
We blow the fuse.

1362
01:12:24,250 –> 01:12:26,016
– Yes!
– The fuse is over there.

1363
01:12:26,018 –> 01:12:27,920
(♪♪♪)

1364
01:12:31,357 –> 01:12:36,527
And now to finish this story
and destroy the town.

1365
01:12:36,529 –> 01:12:37,964
(GRUNTS)

1366
01:12:39,098 –> 01:12:40,267
No!

1367
01:12:42,102 –> 01:12:44,568
What do you think
you’re doing?

1368
01:12:44,570 –> 01:12:46,237
Writing my own ending.

1369
01:12:46,239 –> 01:12:47,738
Spoiler alert:
I save the town

1370
01:12:47,740 –> 01:12:49,309
and put you back
where you belong.

1371
01:12:52,112 –> 01:12:53,912
(GRUNTING)

1372
01:12:53,914 –> 01:12:55,612
SLAPPY: What’s the matter?

1373
01:12:55,614 –> 01:12:57,749
Writer’s block?

1374
01:12:57,751 –> 01:12:59,184
Again?

1375
01:12:59,186 –> 01:13:00,819
– Grab that lever. Yes.
– This one?

1376
01:13:00,821 –> 01:13:03,154
On my count,
we push up at the same time.

1377
01:13:03,156 –> 01:13:04,825
Ready Go!

1378
01:13:07,094 –> 01:13:08,229
(ALARM SOUNDING)

1379
01:13:16,337 –> 01:13:17,769
Give me the book.

1380
01:13:17,771 –> 01:13:19,040
(GRUNTING)

1381
01:13:20,975 –> 01:13:23,275
You’re not gonna
get this book, Slappy.

1382
01:13:23,277 –> 01:13:26,312
I have a friend
who might think otherwise.

1383
01:13:26,314 –> 01:13:27,982
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1384
01:13:29,283 –> 01:13:30,983
(SARAH YELLS)

1385
01:13:30,985 –> 01:13:32,887
(BALLOONS POPPING)

1386
01:13:36,425 –> 01:13:38,960
Nowhere else to run, sis!

1387
01:13:43,198 –> 01:13:46,732
Fine. You win, Slappy.

1388
01:13:46,734 –> 01:13:49,602
I’ll give you the book,
but you gotta turn my mom back.

1389
01:13:49,604 –> 01:13:51,140
Deal.

1390
01:13:56,445 –> 01:13:59,746
It all ends
Slappily ever after.

1391
01:13:59,748 –> 01:14:01,314
(CACKLES)

1392
01:14:01,316 –> 01:14:04,017
You forgot one thing:

1393
01:14:04,019 –> 01:14:05,919
Never judge a book
by its cover.

1394
01:14:05,921 –> 01:14:07,723
What?

1395
01:14:09,024 –> 01:14:10,324
No!

1396
01:14:10,326 –> 01:14:12,228
(BOTH YELL)

1397
01:14:17,934 –> 01:14:19,736
(GROANING)

1398
01:14:23,773 –> 01:14:25,942
(ALL GRUNTING)

1399
01:14:31,214 –> 01:14:33,415
(NORMALLY)
Sonny, what’s happening?

1400
01:14:33,417 –> 01:14:34,584
Mom.

1401
01:14:35,919 –> 01:14:37,854
We need to get out of here!

1402
01:14:39,756 –> 01:14:42,026
(SCREAMING)

1403
01:14:48,365 –> 01:14:50,267
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1404
01:15:14,758 –> 01:15:16,660
(YELLING)

1405
01:15:23,168 –> 01:15:24,537
(GROANING)

1406
01:15:28,574 –> 01:15:30,476
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1407
01:15:34,980 –> 01:15:36,580
(YELLS)

1408
01:15:36,582 –> 01:15:38,715
It’s working!

1409
01:15:38,717 –> 01:15:39,919
Go, kids!

1410
01:15:41,786 –> 01:15:43,122
(BRAKES SQUEAL)

1411
01:15:57,069 –> 01:15:58,470
(WOLF HOWLS)

1412
01:15:58,472 –> 01:16:00,039
(GROANING)

1413
01:16:08,515 –> 01:16:10,417
(PANTING)

1414
01:16:21,361 –> 01:16:22,696
Hello?

1415
01:16:23,997 –> 01:16:25,730
Someone called for me?

1416
01:16:25,732 –> 01:16:29,402
KATHY: Sarah Oh! Oh…
– Mom!

1417
01:16:29,404 –> 01:16:31,137
STINE: Hello?

1418
01:16:31,139 –> 01:16:33,472
I got your message.
I’m here.

1419
01:16:33,474 –> 01:16:35,675
Don’t worry.
Everything’s going to be okay.

1420
01:16:35,677 –> 01:16:38,010
I need typing paper,
a thesaurus,

1421
01:16:38,012 –> 01:16:40,112
Diet Coke,
and a quiet place to compose.

1422
01:16:40,114 –> 01:16:43,883
Preferably in a comfortable
chair with lumbar support.

1423
01:16:43,885 –> 01:16:46,687
Are you R.L. Stine?

1424
01:16:46,689 –> 01:16:49,623
Me No, I’m Dr. Seuss.
R.L. Stine was unavailable.

1425
01:16:49,625 –> 01:16:51,059
Yes, of course,
I’m R.L. Stine!

1426
01:16:52,827 –> 01:16:55,698
Then I guess this
belongs to you.

1427
01:16:56,632 –> 01:16:58,332
Don’t open it.

1428
01:16:58,334 –> 01:17:00,334
(GASPS)

1429
01:17:00,336 –> 01:17:02,735
My first book.

1430
01:17:02,737 –> 01:17:04,504
(SCOFFS)

1431
01:17:04,506 –> 01:17:08,175
You realize I wrote this
when I was around your age.

1432
01:17:08,177 –> 01:17:12,012
More of an amateur work, really,
but I am sure you’ll all agree

1433
01:17:12,014 –> 01:17:15,217
it shows the undeniable promise
of a brilliant young writer.

1434
01:17:16,352 –> 01:17:17,884
Why do you have
a typewriter?

1435
01:17:17,886 –> 01:17:20,254
I was going to
save you with it,

1436
01:17:20,256 –> 01:17:22,956
although it appears you found
a way to save yourselves.

1437
01:17:22,958 –> 01:17:25,693
– A typewriter?
– It’s been done before.

1438
01:17:25,695 –> 01:17:27,295
Once before.

1439
01:17:27,297 –> 01:17:29,230
Maybe twice.

1440
01:17:29,232 –> 01:17:30,964
Maybe more.

1441
01:17:30,966 –> 01:17:32,899
WALTER: Kathy?

1442
01:17:32,901 –> 01:17:35,203
Walter, manager
at Fred’s Pharmacy.

1443
01:17:35,205 –> 01:17:36,437
It’s nice to see you.

1444
01:17:36,439 –> 01:17:38,573
Hi. It’s nice to
see you too.

1445
01:17:38,575 –> 01:17:40,141
What are you doing here?

1446
01:17:40,143 –> 01:17:41,576
I don’t know.

1447
01:17:41,578 –> 01:17:43,945
Walter! Walter!
You got turned into a monster.

1448
01:17:43,947 –> 01:17:46,615
You were big, green, ugly.
You were Slappy’s henchman!

1449
01:17:46,617 –> 01:17:48,983
Weather patterns.
Very strange weather patterns.

1450
01:17:48,985 –> 01:17:51,152
But I think everything’s
back to normal now.

1451
01:17:51,154 –> 01:17:54,155
Fine. Okay, yeah,
the weather has been weird.

1452
01:17:54,157 –> 01:17:55,724
It’s true. Okay, thanks.

1453
01:17:55,726 –> 01:17:57,559
KATHY: What happened to your shirt?

1454
01:17:57,561 –> 01:17:59,094
WALTER: I don’t know.

1455
01:17:59,096 –> 01:18:01,063
(IN PIG LATIN)
Ixnay on the onsters-may.

1456
01:18:01,065 –> 01:18:03,065
– Go ahead, ollow-fay.
SONNY: What?

1457
01:18:03,067 –> 01:18:05,267
(IN ENGLISH)
Means “follow.” Pig Latin.

1458
01:18:05,269 –> 01:18:08,304
Oh, the youth today.

1459
01:18:08,306 –> 01:18:10,439
WALTER: So funny running into you.

1460
01:18:10,441 –> 01:18:14,276
Right I always hoped we’d run
into each other outside of work.

1461
01:18:14,278 –> 01:18:15,545
WALTER: Yeah, me too.

1462
01:18:15,547 –> 01:18:18,080
Hey, if you’re not
busy next week,

1463
01:18:18,082 –> 01:18:20,049
would you wanna
have some dinner?

1464
01:18:20,051 –> 01:18:22,719
– Yeah. Yeah, heh, heh.
– Yeah That’s awesome.

1465
01:18:22,721 –> 01:18:25,255
So they don’t remember
what happened to them?

1466
01:18:25,257 –> 01:18:26,623
The transmutation process

1467
01:18:26,625 –> 01:18:28,625
seems to have wiped
their memories clean.

1468
01:18:28,627 –> 01:18:31,127
All those who were affected
won’t remember a thing.

1469
01:18:31,129 –> 01:18:32,998
(TOMMY SCREAMS)

1470
01:18:38,437 –> 01:18:39,871
Tommy?

1471
01:18:41,574 –> 01:18:44,608
SAM: Are you okay?
– Oh, my God. Guys.

1472
01:18:44,610 –> 01:18:46,610
I had this crazy dream.

1473
01:18:46,612 –> 01:18:49,313
I’m so glad to see you.

1474
01:18:49,315 –> 01:18:51,782
You know, can’t believe
I’m saying this,

1475
01:18:51,784 –> 01:18:53,850
but I’m glad
to see you too, Tommy.

1476
01:18:53,852 –> 01:18:56,354
Kids falling
from the sky.

1477
01:18:56,356 –> 01:18:58,624
My work here is done.

1478
01:19:01,694 –> 01:19:03,361
I’m a writer too.

1479
01:19:03,363 –> 01:19:07,865
Well, an aspiring,
very stuck writer at the moment.

1480
01:19:07,867 –> 01:19:09,533
My condolences.

1481
01:19:09,535 –> 01:19:11,969
All the horrors
in the world can’t compare

1482
01:19:11,971 –> 01:19:14,508
to the terrors
of the blank page.

1483
01:19:17,143 –> 01:19:20,512
Um, any advice
on college essays?

1484
01:19:20,514 –> 01:19:23,582
Well, first rule of writing:
write what you know.

1485
01:19:23,584 –> 01:19:25,317
Thirty years,
and I couldn’t figure out

1486
01:19:25,319 –> 01:19:26,585
how this book should end.

1487
01:19:26,587 –> 01:19:27,986
And somehow you figured out

1488
01:19:27,988 –> 01:19:29,356
how to finish it
in one night.

1489
01:19:30,758 –> 01:19:32,557
I believe in you.

1490
01:19:32,559 –> 01:19:35,227
(ENGINE STARTS)

1491
01:19:35,229 –> 01:19:37,131
(♪♪♪)

1492
01:19:39,500 –> 01:19:42,236
Hm. “Write what you know.”

1493
01:19:43,705 –> 01:19:45,671
SARAH: Recount a time in your life

1494
01:19:45,673 –> 01:19:48,608
when you faced a fear,
challenge or failure.

1495
01:19:48,610 –> 01:19:51,009
I think most of us
are afraid

1496
01:19:51,011 –> 01:19:53,212
that we don’t have
a story to tell.

1497
01:19:53,214 –> 01:19:56,182
That there’s nothing
special about us.

1498
01:19:56,184 –> 01:19:59,051
And then a moment comes
when you least expect it

1499
01:19:59,053 –> 01:20:00,854
where you have to step up,

1500
01:20:00,856 –> 01:20:03,022
no matter
how terrified you are.

1501
01:20:03,024 –> 01:20:04,424
But what
I’ve learned is that

1502
01:20:04,426 –> 01:20:06,058
it’s good to be scared
sometimes.

1503
01:20:06,060 –> 01:20:08,428
Scared of losing
the people we love.

1504
01:20:08,430 –> 01:20:11,130
– Stop, stop!
– It’s a ventriloquist dummy.

1505
01:20:11,132 –> 01:20:13,032
– Oh.
– Really?

1506
01:20:13,034 –> 01:20:14,601
– That’s not funny, Mom.
– Too soon.

1507
01:20:14,603 –> 01:20:16,202
No, I like it.

1508
01:20:16,204 –> 01:20:18,205
Congratulations,
Sonny.

1509
01:20:18,207 –> 01:20:20,072
Thank you so much,
Principal Harrison.

1510
01:20:20,074 –> 01:20:22,609
SARAH: Or scared of not
achieving our dreams.

1511
01:20:22,611 –> 01:20:24,411
Because those moments
remind us

1512
01:20:24,413 –> 01:20:26,680
just how special
our stories really are.

1513
01:20:26,682 –> 01:20:28,317
– Here’s to us.
– Indeed.

1514
01:20:31,387 –> 01:20:34,388
– Hey, Sarah!
– Hi, Mr. Chu.

1515
01:20:34,390 –> 01:20:35,759
CHU: Watch this.

1516
01:20:36,693 –> 01:20:38,560
(MECHANICAL GRUNTS)

1517
01:20:38,562 –> 01:20:41,061
(CHUCKLES)
– I like it.

1518
01:20:41,063 –> 01:20:43,398
Yeah, I just made it
life-size this year.

1519
01:20:43,400 –> 01:20:45,733
You know, just in case.

1520
01:20:45,735 –> 01:20:47,702
No, seriously, you know,
just in case.

1521
01:20:47,704 –> 01:20:50,705
Right. I’ll see you later,
Mr. Chu.

1522
01:20:50,707 –> 01:20:52,207
Bye!

1523
01:20:52,209 –> 01:20:54,075
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

1524
01:20:54,077 –> 01:20:57,579
SARAH: And maybe when you
face enough of your fears

1525
01:20:57,581 –> 01:21:00,515
life stops being
so scary after all.

1526
01:21:00,517 –> 01:21:04,753
Now’s the day
To make our dreams alive

1527
01:21:04,755 –> 01:21:07,723
Hey, honey.

1528
01:21:07,725 –> 01:21:09,527
What happened?

1529
01:21:11,094 –> 01:21:12,394
I got in.

1530
01:21:12,396 –> 01:21:14,630
I knew it.
I knew you could do it.

1531
01:21:14,632 –> 01:21:16,499
Oh, I’m so proud
of you!

1532
01:21:16,501 –> 01:21:18,634
(LAUGHS)

1533
01:21:18,636 –> 01:21:20,636
I guess I’m proud.

1534
01:21:20,638 –> 01:21:24,507
– Thanks, Sonny.
– Come on, bring it in.

1535
01:21:24,509 –> 01:21:26,442
Congratulations.

1536
01:21:26,444 –> 01:21:28,945
(CHUCKLES)
Here, take off your jacket.

1537
01:21:28,947 –> 01:21:31,447
Guys, give her some
ornaments, please.

1538
01:21:31,449 –> 01:21:32,682
Oh, yeah,
yeah, yeah.

1539
01:21:32,684 –> 01:21:34,985
– I’m so happy!
– Ha-ha-ha!

1540
01:21:34,987 –> 01:21:37,321
– Here, put that right there.
– Yeah, I like that one.

1541
01:21:38,356 –> 01:21:39,525
(KEYS CLACKING)

1542
01:21:44,630 –> 01:21:46,899
Finally, a new book.

1543
01:21:50,302 –> 01:21:51,905
Yes.

1544
01:22:00,412 –> 01:22:01,812
(SIGHS)

1545
01:22:01,814 –> 01:22:04,314
SLAPPY: Hello, Papa.

1546
01:22:04,316 –> 01:22:06,918
Slappy! I thought
the book got you.

1547
01:22:06,920 –> 01:22:09,219
Maybe those others,
but not me.

1548
01:22:09,221 –> 01:22:11,022
Why is that?

1549
01:22:11,024 –> 01:22:13,089
You know
I always survive.

1550
01:22:13,091 –> 01:22:15,026
You wrote me that way.

1551
01:22:15,028 –> 01:22:19,664
In fact, I wrote my own story
while I was gone.

1552
01:22:19,666 –> 01:22:21,666
And guess what.

1553
01:22:21,668 –> 01:22:24,070
You’re the main character.

1554
01:22:25,138 –> 01:22:27,171
No.

1555
01:22:27,173 –> 01:22:30,376
No!

1556
01:22:31,845 –> 01:22:35,047
You try living in a book
for a while, Papa.

1557
01:22:35,049 –> 01:22:37,482
(CACKLES)

1558
01:22:37,484 –> 01:22:40,387
(♪♪♪)

1559
01:22:41,522 –> 01:22:43,424
(MONSTERS SHRIEKING)

1560
01:22:54,035 –> 01:22:56,203
(ROARS)

1561
01:23:06,615 –> 01:23:08,049
(SHRIEKS)

1562
01:23:09,351 –> 01:23:11,252
(BEARS CACKLING)

1563
01:23:12,687 –> 01:23:14,756
(CACKLES)

1564
01:23:15,757 –> 01:23:17,893
(CHITTERING)

1565
01:23:22,564 –> 01:23:25,231
(GIBBERS)

1566
01:23:25,233 –> 01:23:26,566
HORSEMAN: Hyah!

1567
01:23:26,568 –> 01:23:28,136
(NEIGHS)

1568
01:23:29,304 –> 01:23:30,771
(CHITTERS)

1569
01:23:30,773 –> 01:23:32,271
(GIBBERS)

1570
01:23:32,273 –> 01:23:33,807
HAND: Hands off!

1571
01:23:33,809 –> 01:23:35,845
Hiya! Look at my candle.

1572
01:23:37,145 –> 01:23:39,048
(LAUGHING)

1573
01:23:44,286 –> 01:23:47,024
(SHRIEKING)

1574
01:23:49,325 –> 01:23:51,227
(ROARING)

1575
01:23:52,595 –> 01:23:54,330
(HOWLS)

1576
01:24:05,809 –> 01:24:07,711
(♪♪♪)

1577
01:25:36,703 –> 01:25:38,605
(♪♪♪)

1578
01:28:04,123 –> 01:28:06,058
(♪♪♪)

1579
01:29:41,623 –> 01:29:43,857
SLAPPY: Slappy Halloween.

1580
01:29:43,859 –> 01:29:45,361
(CACKLES)

1581
01:29:45,363 –> 01:29:46,734
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00:00:47,769 –> 00:00:50,672
(♪♪♪)

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SARAH: Fear.

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Fear is something
that everyone experiences.

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Fear is a feeling
that we all know.

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For me, a fear
that shaped my life was…

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(SIGHS)

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God, that sucks.

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(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

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(SIGHS)

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“Recount a time
when you faced a fear,

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challenge or failure.

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How did it define you,
or how did you overcome it?”

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(♪♪♪)

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(RATTLING)

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Hello?

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Hello?

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(ROARS)
(YELPS)

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(LAUGHING)

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Tyler What are you doing?

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Are you crazy?
My mom is gonna hear you.

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You see this mask?

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Got it on sale.

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Very scary.

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Sorry.
I was in the neighborhood.

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– I texted you like 10 times.
– I told you my phone’s off.

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If I miss this deadline,
I don’t get into Columbia.

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You’ll be here with me
the next four years.

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Consider me your safety school.
Close by, good parties…

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Oh, really. Do you also offer
a creative-writing program?

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Oh, I’m super creative.
Look, I got you a care package.

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– Pringles. And a little bit of Red Bull.
– Heh.

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– Thank you.
– You’re welcome.

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(DOOR OPENS)

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You are so busted.

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– So, so busted.
– I’ve got it.

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Mom,
this is not what it looks like.

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KATHY: No, I know what it is.
I heard the entire thing.

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Do people
not whisper anymore?

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“Hey, I brought Pringles
and Red Bull.”

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“You better be quiet
’cause my mom will hear us.”

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(KATHY STAMPS FEET)

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Tyler, go home.

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Okay.
Uh, just to clarify,

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do you mean back out the window
or out the front?

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Okay, I’ll use the window.

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Sorry, Sarah,
I’ll see you tomorrow.

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Ooh! I’m good.

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Ah! Still good!

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– Go to bed.
– Mom, I can explain.

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We’ll discuss this
in the morning.

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– Sam is gonna love this.
– You go to bed too.

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– What’d I do?
– I don’t need a wingman.

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– Okay. Going to bed.
– Hmph.

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(DOOR CLOSES)

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(♪♪♪)

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Ow.

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You need to stop
electrocuting yourself

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– and eat your breakfast.
– Mom, this is due tomorrow,

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and it’s worth 50 percent
of my grade.

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How about you eat 50 percent
of your eggs?

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(POWER WHINES)

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Sonny, seriously?

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Sorry. I’m getting close.

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(DOORBELL RINGING)

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Coming.

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Coming!

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Morning, Ms. Quinn.

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– Good morning, Sam.
– How you doing?

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MAN: Kathy! Thank
you for taking Sam.

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We’ll be back in three days.
We owe you.

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You definitely do.

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(HORN HONKS)
(CHUCKLING)

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Sonny!
Grab your backpack.

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Sarah, let’s go!
I’ve got an errand to run

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– on the way to school.
SARAH: Coming!

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My condolences on your bust
last night.

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Good thing I’m here,
in case any other dudes

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try to climb
through your window.

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Sonny. I’m gonna kill you.

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Kill him in the car.
Okay Go, go, go.

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Halloween with pumpkins
And mice

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Halloween, it’s so nice

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Halloween

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– Faster, faster.
With pumpkins and mice

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Hey, Kathy.
Hey, kids. Heh, heh.

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Mr. Chu.

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Wow, you practically got
a theme park here.

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Check this out.

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(WHIRRING)

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Oh, my… Oh! Whoa!

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(CHUCKLING)
It’s like being in the movies!

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I’m gonna have these puppies
up and running in no time.

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You know, for the kids.

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– Ha-ha-ha. Okay.
– All right. Bye.

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He doesn’t actually have kids,
does he?

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No, he does not.

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Ooh!

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(♪♪♪)

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All right, everybody,
let’s make this quick.

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You can each pick out a pumpkin
to carve if you want to,

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but meet me at
the register in five minutes,

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– all right?
– Okay.

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Alrighty.

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Right here Really?

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Yes, here. Everywhere.
It’s called marketing.

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Anything you wanna
say to me?

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Mom… Mom, I was
working all night. I swear.

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I swear,
Tyler just snuck over and…

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I’ve just been so stuck
on this essay…

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You’re a great writer.
You always have been.

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When you have to sum up
your whole life in one essay,

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it all just sounds so…

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unimpressive.

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Honey. I think you’re very
impressive and very capable.

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You do?

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Thank you.

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I do.

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Which is why I need you
to watch Sonny and Sam

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this week
while I’m working doubles.

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Mom! No!
My essay is due Friday.

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Sonny’s bigger than me.
He doesn’t need a babysitter.

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Ha, ha. Have you seen what he
blows up when he’s supervised?

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Hon, I know you’re focused
on getting out of here.

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But if I don’t cover
these shifts at work,

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I could lose my job.

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I need to know
I can count on you.

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Okay. Fine.

129
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– Really?
– Yes, really.

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Well, you have earned yourself
some corn cushions, little lady.

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Really Mom.

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(BEEPS)

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You’re looking real nice today.

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Thank you. Heh, heh.
Blue is very in this year.

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– I see you got the memo.
– I guess we’re in the know.

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(BOTH CHUCKLE)

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Okay. Hey, you know,
the adult diapers

138
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are 2-for-1
if you wanna grab another.

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– I just need one today.
– Okay. All right.

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I don’t need them.
They’re for the nursing home

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– where I work.
– Of course.

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– I… I don’t… Heh, heh.
– Hey, no judgment.

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– Um, okay. Heh, heh.
– I use a toilet. Heh, heh.

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All right. Well, hopefully,
I’ll, uh, see you around soon.

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Yeah. Yeah.
Thanks for checking me out.

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Ringing up my purchases.
You know.

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Yes. Yeah. Well, both.

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– Yeah. Heh.
– I’ll just get my diapers and go.

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Yeah.

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Happy Halloween!

151
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(SCHOOL BELL RINGS)

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(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

153
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BOY: Yeah, I can help you.

154
00:08:33,285 –> 00:08:34,584
GIRL: Hey, wait up!

155
00:08:34,586 –> 00:08:36,555
(GIRLS GIGGLING)
(BOYS LAUGHING)

156
00:08:38,323 –> 00:08:40,657
Oh, dude,
science fair sign-ups.

157
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If I can just get
my Tesla Tower to work,

158
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easily win. It’d be so cool.

159
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What do you mean?
You’re already cool.

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We are treasure hunters.
People respect us around here.

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00:08:49,302 –> 00:08:51,035
(LAUGHING)

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– Ew.
TOMMY: Hey, Junk Bros.

163
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SAM: Spit wads What are you, 9?

164
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What’d you say?

165
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(WHISPERING)
Sam, what are you doing?

166
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I got this.

167
00:09:06,652 –> 00:09:08,353
You know,

168
00:09:08,355 –> 00:09:11,423
we were gonna TP Principal
Harrison’s house tomorrow night.

169
00:09:11,425 –> 00:09:13,258
But now,
I think I’m just gonna spend

170
00:09:13,260 –> 00:09:15,260
the whole night
chasing you guys around.

171
00:09:15,262 –> 00:09:18,196
Hey. Boys,
move it or you’re tardy.

172
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Of course, Ms. Hoover.

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I was just extolling
to my good friends Sam and Sonny

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my deep love for homework
and all things learning.

175
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Get to class.

176
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Yeah.

177
00:09:32,946 –> 00:09:34,980
What a jerk.

178
00:09:34,982 –> 00:09:36,581
I’d like to check
this book out, please.

179
00:09:36,583 –> 00:09:38,384
And you are…?

180
00:09:38,386 –> 00:09:40,386
Tyler Mitchell.

181
00:09:40,388 –> 00:09:43,922
Okay, Tyler Mitchell.

182
00:09:43,924 –> 00:09:46,325
Oh. Yeah, you have four books

183
00:09:46,327 –> 00:09:48,760
you haven’t returned
since sophomore year.

184
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And your account is frozen.

185
00:09:50,731 –> 00:09:51,998
Damn.

186
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It’s gonna cost 40 bucks
to unfreeze it.

187
00:09:53,935 –> 00:09:55,902
I just spent it
on tickets for us

188
00:09:55,904 –> 00:09:57,937
to see DJ Bisky
at the Den tonight.

189
00:09:57,939 –> 00:10:00,239
You have to come.
You can’t say no.

190
00:10:00,241 –> 00:10:02,509
My way of saying sorry
for getting you busted.

191
00:10:02,511 –> 00:10:04,744
I-I can’t.
My mom is making me

192
00:10:04,746 –> 00:10:07,514
watch my stupid brother
all week and his friend…

193
00:10:07,516 –> 00:10:10,150
Come on. Don’t wait for college
to start having fun.

194
00:10:10,152 –> 00:10:11,552
Show starts at 8.

195
00:10:11,554 –> 00:10:14,654
Get your brother
a babysitter.

196
00:10:14,656 –> 00:10:16,258
(♪♪♪)

197
00:10:21,097 –> 00:10:24,266
Okay. Sam, what do you think?

198
00:10:25,267 –> 00:10:27,434
Nice. Looks just like you.

199
00:10:27,436 –> 00:10:28,804
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

200
00:10:31,107 –> 00:10:32,576
Hello.

201
00:10:34,276 –> 00:10:36,743
Yeah. Yeah, you’re speaking
to a Junk Brother.

202
00:10:36,745 –> 00:10:39,613
Yes, ma’am. This afternoon?

203
00:10:39,615 –> 00:10:41,748
Let me check with my associate.

204
00:10:41,750 –> 00:10:43,750
– Hang up on her.
– This is our opportunity.

205
00:10:43,752 –> 00:10:45,819
– We’re too busy. Stop it.
– We’re doing this.

206
00:10:45,821 –> 00:10:48,490
I have my Tesla Tower project,
I have algebra. No way.

207
00:10:48,492 –> 00:10:50,492
– Fine, fine, fine! Whatever.
– Sam.

208
00:10:50,494 –> 00:10:52,095
All right. Fine.

209
00:10:53,497 –> 00:10:56,231
You are in luck.
Yeah, we can squeeze you in.

210
00:10:56,233 –> 00:10:59,267
24 Ashley Lane?

211
00:10:59,269 –> 00:11:00,835
No, no problem. No problem.

212
00:11:00,837 –> 00:11:04,174
Yeah. Fear not, ma’am.
Junk is our middle name.

213
00:11:05,343 –> 00:11:06,808
(PHONE BEEPS)

214
00:11:06,810 –> 00:11:09,211
“Junk is our…”?
Do you even hear yourself?

215
00:11:09,213 –> 00:11:12,982
Get your shoes on.
It’s time to get rich!

216
00:11:12,984 –> 00:11:15,151
I already have my shoes on.

217
00:11:15,153 –> 00:11:17,088
(♪♪♪)

218
00:11:37,342 –> 00:11:40,544
I guess this is it.
24 Ashley Lane.

219
00:11:40,546 –> 00:11:43,046
Twenty-four is the number
of people murdered here.

220
00:11:43,048 –> 00:11:44,813
All right, Sonny.

221
00:11:44,815 –> 00:11:46,449
Let’s do this.

222
00:11:46,451 –> 00:11:48,353
(CROW CAWING)

223
00:11:57,729 –> 00:12:00,600
Hey. I don’t like the way
those things are looking at us.

224
00:12:03,636 –> 00:12:06,939
We’re treasure hunters, Sonny,
remember. Come on.

225
00:12:20,153 –> 00:12:21,754
(DOOR CREAKS)

226
00:12:27,060 –> 00:12:28,395
Hello?

227
00:12:38,339 –> 00:12:39,506
SONNY: Some treasure.

228
00:12:41,442 –> 00:12:43,310
This place
is definitely haunted.

229
00:12:46,947 –> 00:12:50,182
Dude, there’s more stuff
over here. Come on.

230
00:12:50,184 –> 00:12:53,118
This room’s
even worse.

231
00:12:53,120 –> 00:12:55,287
Come on, Sonny,
it’s not that bad.

232
00:12:55,289 –> 00:12:57,425
There is nothing
to be afraid of.

233
00:12:58,360 –> 00:13:00,360
(BOTH YELL)

234
00:13:00,362 –> 00:13:01,730
(CLEARS THROAT)

235
00:13:06,401 –> 00:13:08,468
SAM: Who stuffs a cat?

236
00:13:08,470 –> 00:13:11,006
How much are they paying us
for this?

237
00:13:12,741 –> 00:13:14,540
(GRUNTS)

238
00:13:14,542 –> 00:13:16,609
Can’t believe you said
we’d work for free.

239
00:13:16,611 –> 00:13:18,278
Not for free.
The lady said

240
00:13:18,280 –> 00:13:20,413
we could keep any junk
we don’t throw away.

241
00:13:20,415 –> 00:13:22,549
Some of that stuff
can have monetary value.

242
00:13:22,551 –> 00:13:24,685
You know what else
has monetary value, Sam?

243
00:13:24,687 –> 00:13:27,222
– Actual money.
– Just start cleaning. Come on.

244
00:13:30,959 –> 00:13:33,594
Found some more stuff
in the attic.

245
00:13:33,596 –> 00:13:36,766
SAM: Okay, what do we got?
– Maybe this is worth something.

246
00:13:40,436 –> 00:13:41,735
It’s stuck.

247
00:13:41,737 –> 00:13:43,272
(GRUNTING)

248
00:13:48,578 –> 00:13:50,480
(♪♪♪)

249
00:13:56,018 –> 00:13:58,320
Dude, I think
we just found a treasure chest!

250
00:13:58,322 –> 00:14:00,455
– Go get it.
– Jackpot!

251
00:14:00,457 –> 00:14:03,191
This is amazing.
It’s like a whole room in here.

252
00:14:03,193 –> 00:14:05,462
I told you.
We come here, we find treasure.

253
00:14:07,964 –> 00:14:10,365
Help me with this.
I bet this thing

254
00:14:10,367 –> 00:14:12,702
is filled with gold
and diamonds and Bitcoins.

255
00:14:12,704 –> 00:14:15,103
Uh, you know Bitcoins
are cryptocurrency, right?

256
00:14:15,105 –> 00:14:17,305
It’s not real coins,
it’s virtual coins.

257
00:14:17,307 –> 00:14:20,175
It’s really cool. It starts
with a process called mining…

258
00:14:20,177 –> 00:14:22,143
Stop being a nerd
for a second and help.

259
00:14:22,145 –> 00:14:24,179
– Yeah, sorry.
– Thank you. Here.

260
00:14:24,181 –> 00:14:27,785
All right. You ready?
Three, two, and…

261
00:14:31,356 –> 00:14:32,523
What?

262
00:14:36,594 –> 00:14:38,461
It’s locked.

263
00:14:38,463 –> 00:14:40,262
Who would lock a book?

264
00:14:40,264 –> 00:14:41,966
Here’s a key.

265
00:14:44,168 –> 00:14:45,635
(BOTH COUGH)

266
00:14:45,637 –> 00:14:47,671
Oh, man.

267
00:14:47,673 –> 00:14:49,374
(GROANS)
(SIGHS)

268
00:14:52,143 –> 00:14:54,176
SAM: Well, what’s in it?

269
00:14:54,178 –> 00:14:56,248
Nothing.
It’s just a beat-up old book.

270
00:14:57,915 –> 00:14:59,685
Doesn’t have a title page.

271
00:15:01,919 –> 00:15:04,321
– So much for treasure.
– Well, look.

272
00:15:04,323 –> 00:15:06,757
We still have all this stuff.
This is a good haul.

273
00:15:06,759 –> 00:15:08,258
Just grab the book anyway.

274
00:15:08,260 –> 00:15:10,427
– It’s gotta be worth something.
– Yeah.

275
00:15:10,429 –> 00:15:12,028
(GASPS)

276
00:15:12,030 –> 00:15:13,932
(♪♪♪)

277
00:15:15,100 –> 00:15:17,704
Sam. Sam, turn around.

278
00:15:19,071 –> 00:15:21,305
(GASPS)

279
00:15:21,307 –> 00:15:23,243
SAM: Where did that come from?

280
00:15:38,658 –> 00:15:42,061
“My name is Slappy.
What’s yours?”

281
00:15:45,365 –> 00:15:48,232
Wait, I think it says something
on the back.

282
00:15:48,234 –> 00:15:52,939
SONNY: “Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

283
00:15:56,477 –> 00:15:58,076
He’s so creepy.

284
00:15:58,078 –> 00:16:00,379
It’s kind of like he’s alive.

285
00:16:00,381 –> 00:16:02,080
I don’t think
anything’s been alive

286
00:16:02,082 –> 00:16:03,482
in this house
since that cat.

287
00:16:03,484 –> 00:16:05,617
I mean, look at this place.

288
00:16:05,619 –> 00:16:07,654
– But I’m alive now!
– Aah!

289
00:16:07,656 –> 00:16:10,055
Oh, Sonny, just give me a kiss.
Just one smooch.

290
00:16:10,057 –> 00:16:12,257
– That’s not funny.
– Yes, it is. It’s hilarious.

291
00:16:12,259 –> 00:16:14,326
It’s a business.
We’re running a business.

292
00:16:14,328 –> 00:16:15,662
Take this more seriously.

293
00:16:15,664 –> 00:16:17,397
It’s too easy, Sonny.
Come on, man.

294
00:16:17,399 –> 00:16:18,964
Hey, I’m taking him.

295
00:16:18,966 –> 00:16:20,966
SONNY: Don’t know why
you took that thing.

296
00:16:20,968 –> 00:16:23,101
– What do you mean He’s awesome.
– Whatever.

297
00:16:23,103 –> 00:16:26,773
TOMMY: Hey, it’s the Junk Sisters!

298
00:16:26,775 –> 00:16:28,475
Oh, great.

299
00:16:28,477 –> 00:16:30,977
Well, at least we know
our marketing’s working.

300
00:16:30,979 –> 00:16:33,781
No teacher around
to save you now.

301
00:16:33,783 –> 00:16:36,049
Hey, are you wearing
my old sweater

302
00:16:36,051 –> 00:16:37,283
from my grandma’s yard sale?

303
00:16:37,285 –> 00:16:38,551
(ALL LAUGH)

304
00:16:38,553 –> 00:16:39,689
Leave us alone.

305
00:16:41,056 –> 00:16:42,456
Okay.

306
00:16:42,458 –> 00:16:44,592
Give me back my sweater
and I’ll let you go.

307
00:16:44,594 –> 00:16:45,826
Really?

308
00:16:45,828 –> 00:16:47,430
Unless you want
your face punched.

309
00:16:50,266 –> 00:16:52,335
(SIGHING)
Whatever.

310
00:16:54,871 –> 00:16:56,138
And your box.

311
00:16:59,709 –> 00:17:03,277
Fine. Just take it.

312
00:17:03,279 –> 00:17:04,612
Yo, what we got?

313
00:17:04,614 –> 00:17:06,815
– What’s this?
– Let’s see. Old radio.

314
00:17:06,817 –> 00:17:09,183
BOY 1: Is that a ruler?
BOY 2: That’s a dog toy.

315
00:17:09,185 –> 00:17:11,553
A stupid book.

316
00:17:11,555 –> 00:17:13,320
Wow.

317
00:17:13,322 –> 00:17:15,857
Great business
you guys are running.

318
00:17:15,859 –> 00:17:17,792
Heh. Your turn.

319
00:17:17,794 –> 00:17:20,328
No. No,
I’m not giving you my box.

320
00:17:20,330 –> 00:17:23,465
Sam, just give it to him.
I like my face unpunched.

321
00:17:23,467 –> 00:17:25,536
No way.
We worked for this stuff.

322
00:17:26,603 –> 00:17:28,370
– Hey, Tommy!
TOMMY: Oh!

323
00:17:28,372 –> 00:17:30,105
– Look at that.
– Tommy, give him back!

324
00:17:30,107 –> 00:17:32,607
Want your doll You dress him up
when you get home?

325
00:17:32,609 –> 00:17:34,442
SAM: Tommy, this isn’t funny.

326
00:17:34,444 –> 00:17:35,579
SONNY: Sam…

327
00:17:37,114 –> 00:17:38,548
What the…?

328
00:17:38,550 –> 00:17:39,918
(SAM & SONNY LAUGH)

329
00:17:45,557 –> 00:17:46,724
What is going on?

330
00:17:48,226 –> 00:17:49,659
BOY 1: Tommy, pull up your pants!

331
00:17:49,661 –> 00:17:51,127
They’re stuck.

332
00:17:51,129 –> 00:17:53,362
Thank you very much.
Sonny, we need to go!

333
00:17:53,364 –> 00:17:57,166
Go! Go! Go! No, don’t touch
my underwear! God! Stop!

334
00:17:57,168 –> 00:18:00,102
No! Go get them!
No! Go get them!

335
00:18:00,104 –> 00:18:02,572
– Go!
– Okay, okay, okay!

336
00:18:02,574 –> 00:18:04,475
(♪♪♪)

337
00:18:10,015 –> 00:18:11,748
Better pedal faster!

338
00:18:11,750 –> 00:18:13,050
Oh, no.

339
00:18:13,052 –> 00:18:14,885
Come on,
don’t make it easy for us!

340
00:18:14,887 –> 00:18:16,118
We need to go!

341
00:18:16,120 –> 00:18:17,888
We’re gonna get you, man!

342
00:18:17,890 –> 00:18:19,291
They’re gaining on us!

343
00:18:21,360 –> 00:18:22,494
Faster!

344
00:18:26,599 –> 00:18:28,100
(ALL GRUNT)

345
00:18:31,537 –> 00:18:34,204
(ALL GROANING)

346
00:18:34,206 –> 00:18:37,075
– What just happened?
– I have no idea.

347
00:18:37,077 –> 00:18:40,044
Get back here, you two!

348
00:18:40,046 –> 00:18:42,914
Ah.
Why does this keep happening?

349
00:18:42,916 –> 00:18:45,416
Sarah!
You won’t believe what happened.

350
00:18:45,418 –> 00:18:47,185
You are never
going to believe this.

351
00:18:47,187 –> 00:18:49,420
We were in this crazy,
abandoned, creepy house

352
00:18:49,422 –> 00:18:51,789
and found this fireplace,
which had a cat on it I twisted.

353
00:18:51,791 –> 00:18:54,059
It went to a secret
compartment that opened.

354
00:18:54,061 –> 00:18:55,727
Then there was a treasure chest.

355
00:18:55,729 –> 00:18:58,897
Okay, but long story short,
we found…

356
00:18:58,899 –> 00:19:00,600
this guy!

357
00:19:02,168 –> 00:19:03,434
Th-this guy.

358
00:19:03,436 –> 00:19:05,738
This… guy.

359
00:19:05,740 –> 00:19:09,341
Wow. It’s like you’re actively
trying not to be cool.

360
00:19:09,343 –> 00:19:12,611
Here. Mom specifically said
you should fold the laundry.

361
00:19:12,613 –> 00:19:16,118
I’ll be in my room if you
need me, but do not need me.

362
00:19:20,655 –> 00:19:22,488
Hey, Sarah?

363
00:19:22,490 –> 00:19:25,591
This specifically says you are
supposed to fold the laundry.

364
00:19:25,593 –> 00:19:26,826
(DOOR CLOSES)

365
00:19:26,828 –> 00:19:28,094
Sarah.

366
00:19:28,096 –> 00:19:30,096
(POP MUSIC PLAYING
OVER SPEAKERS)

367
00:19:30,098 –> 00:19:31,765
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

368
00:19:31,767 –> 00:19:33,600
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

369
00:19:33,602 –> 00:19:40,340
I spend all the time
Waiting at night for you

370
00:19:40,342 –> 00:19:43,643
What am I doing?

371
00:19:43,645 –> 00:19:46,279
SONNY: We already banned jumping.

372
00:19:46,281 –> 00:19:49,616
SAM: I banned sucking, yet here you are.
Now, come on.

373
00:19:49,618 –> 00:19:52,752
Hey! Yes!

374
00:19:52,754 –> 00:19:54,187
Yes!

375
00:19:54,189 –> 00:19:55,655
It’s 4 to 1.
Why are you celebrating?

376
00:19:55,657 –> 00:19:57,792
Scoring is a reason
for celebration.

377
00:19:57,794 –> 00:19:59,894
SARAH: Bye, I’m leaving!

378
00:19:59,896 –> 00:20:02,496
– Where you going?
– Out. I’ll be back by 10.

379
00:20:02,498 –> 00:20:04,498
If Mom calls,
tell her I’m in the shower.

380
00:20:04,500 –> 00:20:07,068
You were gonna help me
with my science presentation.

381
00:20:07,070 –> 00:20:08,335
There’s two dummies
on the couch.

382
00:20:08,337 –> 00:20:09,570
Practice on one of them.

383
00:20:09,572 –> 00:20:11,338
Ouch.

384
00:20:11,340 –> 00:20:13,240
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

385
00:20:13,242 –> 00:20:15,179
(DANCE MUSIC PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS)

386
00:20:17,014 –> 00:20:18,916
(SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

387
00:20:44,142 –> 00:20:45,275
Tyler!

388
00:20:59,524 –> 00:21:01,793
(DANCE MUSIC FADES INTO BACKGROUND)

389
00:21:08,099 –> 00:21:11,002
(♪♪♪)

390
00:21:25,151 –> 00:21:26,317
(SIGHS)

391
00:21:36,462 –> 00:21:37,797
(ENGINE STARTS)

392
00:21:43,270 –> 00:21:45,604
SAM: All right, there we go.

393
00:21:48,809 –> 00:21:51,144
Okay. And…

394
00:21:53,312 –> 00:21:58,149
Sergeant, your orders
are to guard this porch.

395
00:21:58,151 –> 00:22:00,351
It was more than
a hundred years ago

396
00:22:00,353 –> 00:22:02,620
when Nikola Tesla
first lit up the sky

397
00:22:02,622 –> 00:22:04,256
over Wardenclyffe, New York.

398
00:22:04,258 –> 00:22:05,990
Tesla wanted to create a world

399
00:22:05,992 –> 00:22:07,826
where anything
could be transmitted

400
00:22:07,828 –> 00:22:09,327
through giant electric towers:

401
00:22:09,329 –> 00:22:13,531
Power, sound,
maybe even brain waves.

402
00:22:13,533 –> 00:22:16,501
It was like
the original Wi-Fi.

403
00:22:16,503 –> 00:22:20,840
But suddenly and mysteriously,
he shut down his lab in 1908.

404
00:22:20,842 –> 00:22:23,609
His tower
never lit up the sky again.

405
00:22:23,611 –> 00:22:24,844
Until…

406
00:22:24,846 –> 00:22:26,111
today!

407
00:22:26,113 –> 00:22:27,682
May I have a volunteer?

408
00:22:28,783 –> 00:22:30,783
You, sir, in the gray suit.

409
00:22:30,785 –> 00:22:34,355
Hold this
and prepare to be amazed.

410
00:22:35,990 –> 00:22:37,489
I present to you all:

411
00:22:37,491 –> 00:22:38,659
Tesla!

412
00:22:41,964 –> 00:22:43,298
(POWER WHINES)

413
00:22:45,033 –> 00:22:46,500
(SIGHS)

414
00:22:49,537 –> 00:22:51,605
Don’t give me that look.

415
00:22:51,607 –> 00:22:53,807
I’m trying
to bring back your tower.

416
00:22:53,809 –> 00:22:55,141
(♪♪♪)

417
00:22:55,143 –> 00:22:57,177
SLAPPY: Bravo.

418
00:22:57,179 –> 00:23:00,981
I, for one, think it’s
an electrifying presentation.

419
00:23:00,983 –> 00:23:02,718
(CACKLES)

420
00:23:05,053 –> 00:23:08,124
Sam. I’m not
gonna fall for that again.

421
00:23:09,825 –> 00:23:12,059
Ha-ha-ha. Very funny.

422
00:23:12,061 –> 00:23:13,727
It’s like a microphone?

423
00:23:13,729 –> 00:23:16,429
You’re talking through
your cell phone or something?

424
00:23:16,431 –> 00:23:19,200
Sam.
Sam, it’s a stupid prank.

425
00:23:19,202 –> 00:23:21,738
You ever heard
of personal space Mm!

426
00:23:27,510 –> 00:23:28,878
(GRUNTS)

427
00:23:32,081 –> 00:23:33,881
How are you talking
to me right now?

428
00:23:33,883 –> 00:23:38,086
You brought me to life.
Don’t you remember, Sonny?

429
00:23:38,088 –> 00:23:39,854
– Sam?
SAM: What?

430
00:23:39,856 –> 00:23:41,722
What’s the problem?

431
00:23:41,724 –> 00:23:43,424
Just come up here. Please.

432
00:23:43,426 –> 00:23:45,593
Dude, I told you,
I don’t care about Tesla.

433
00:23:45,595 –> 00:23:47,729
– Right now, Sam.
SAM: Fine!

434
00:23:47,731 –> 00:23:50,065
I’ve always wanted a brother.

435
00:23:50,067 –> 00:23:52,434
Please don’t try
to educate me on Tesla.

436
00:23:52,436 –> 00:23:57,541
Hello, Sam. Thank you for saving
me from that moron today.

437
00:23:58,609 –> 00:24:00,343
Oh, he’s battery-operated.

438
00:24:00,345 –> 00:24:02,544
(WHISPERING) No, no, no.
Sam, Sam, he’s alive.

439
00:24:02,546 –> 00:24:04,613
SLAPPY: Sorry for what
happened with Tommy.

440
00:24:04,615 –> 00:24:07,749
I guess you could say
he got hosed.

441
00:24:07,751 –> 00:24:10,219
(CACKLES)

442
00:24:10,221 –> 00:24:11,988
– That was you?
SLAPPY: Yep.

443
00:24:11,990 –> 00:24:16,592
And now that we’re family,
we can be brothers!

444
00:24:16,594 –> 00:24:18,930
I think I’d make
a great Junk Brother.

445
00:24:20,498 –> 00:24:23,499
Right. Just a sec. Sidebar.

446
00:24:23,501 –> 00:24:24,801
Are we losing our minds?

447
00:24:24,803 –> 00:24:26,736
I don’t think
we can at the same time.

448
00:24:26,738 –> 00:24:28,071
Okay, but just to clarify,

449
00:24:28,073 –> 00:24:29,806
we’re talking
to a puppet right now.

450
00:24:29,808 –> 00:24:31,042
Yeah.

451
00:24:32,744 –> 00:24:34,347
Maybe he’s alive.

452
00:24:36,581 –> 00:24:40,317
Of course I’m alive!
Heh-heh-heh.

453
00:24:40,319 –> 00:24:44,154
And I can make
all your problems go away.

454
00:24:44,156 –> 00:24:47,360
Didn’t your sister tell you
to fold the laundry?

455
00:24:50,496 –> 00:24:53,831
There. Now you have time
to do your homework.

456
00:24:53,833 –> 00:24:57,134
Oh, what’s that You don’t want
to do your homework?

457
00:24:57,136 –> 00:24:59,638
That’s okay.
I just did it for you.

458
00:25:01,640 –> 00:25:03,542
(♪♪♪)

459
00:25:06,779 –> 00:25:08,612
You know algebra?

460
00:25:08,614 –> 00:25:10,514
A squared
plus B squared equals

461
00:25:10,516 –> 00:25:12,549
of course! Heh, heh.

462
00:25:12,551 –> 00:25:15,887
This is amazing.
It’s all correct.

463
00:25:15,889 –> 00:25:17,856
So you can change
all of our grades.

464
00:25:17,858 –> 00:25:21,327
I can only change
the things right in front of me.

465
00:25:21,329 –> 00:25:24,931
But whatever I see,
I can bring to life.

466
00:25:26,367 –> 00:25:29,368
Karru marri odonna loma

467
00:25:29,370 –> 00:25:33,239
molonu karrano.

468
00:25:33,241 –> 00:25:35,673
ANNOUNCER: Round one. Fight!

469
00:25:35,675 –> 00:25:39,011
(BOTH SHOUTING IN JAPANESE)

470
00:25:39,013 –> 00:25:40,481
(BOTH GRUNTING)

471
00:25:42,283 –> 00:25:43,949
SONNY: That is awesome.

472
00:25:43,951 –> 00:25:47,787
I will never question
picking up junk again.

473
00:25:47,789 –> 00:25:49,955
Wait until Mom
and Sarah find out.

474
00:25:49,957 –> 00:25:51,223
(GROANS)

475
00:25:51,225 –> 00:25:53,025
SLAPPY: Slow your roll there, kid.

476
00:25:53,027 –> 00:25:56,562
Let’s just keep this
our little secret for now.

477
00:25:56,564 –> 00:26:00,666
Give me a chance
to win them over first.

478
00:26:00,668 –> 00:26:02,536
(CACKLES)

479
00:26:02,538 –> 00:26:04,905
(CAR NOISES PLAYING OVER TV)

480
00:26:04,907 –> 00:26:08,008
SLAPPY: Ah, you’re terrible at this.
Heh-heh-heh.

481
00:26:08,010 –> 00:26:10,043
I’m literally crushing you
right now.

482
00:26:10,045 –> 00:26:12,345
Can’t believe you’re losing
to a puppet.

483
00:26:12,347 –> 00:26:15,550
Right. And I’m not
even using my magical powers.

484
00:26:15,552 –> 00:26:16,718
– Heh. Hm?
(DOOR SLAMS)

485
00:26:21,857 –> 00:26:23,623
Back so soon?

486
00:26:23,625 –> 00:26:25,460
– Don’t ask.
SONNY: Are you okay?

487
00:26:25,462 –> 00:26:27,627
– What happened?
– What happened?

488
00:26:27,629 –> 00:26:30,730
Well, turns out the guy I liked
is a total scumbag.

489
00:26:30,732 –> 00:26:33,234
Mom expects me to run
this entire house by myself.

490
00:26:33,236 –> 00:26:35,570
And if I don’t figure out
this essay by Friday,

491
00:26:35,572 –> 00:26:39,075
I’m never getting out of this
town. So no, I’m not okay.

492
00:26:43,213 –> 00:26:45,148
Why are you guys
acting so weird?

493
00:26:46,182 –> 00:26:47,416
– Us?
– Nothing.

494
00:26:47,418 –> 00:26:48,850
SAM: No reason at all. Mm-hm.

495
00:26:48,852 –> 00:26:50,519
I’m working
on my science project.

496
00:26:50,521 –> 00:26:52,687
– We’re just playing video games.
– Just us two.

497
00:26:52,689 –> 00:26:55,022
– Nobody else.
SONNY: Mm-hm.

498
00:26:55,024 –> 00:26:56,924
I’m going to bed.

499
00:26:56,926 –> 00:26:58,262
Good night.

500
00:26:59,463 –> 00:27:01,398
(♪♪♪)

501
00:27:03,934 –> 00:27:05,402
Who just said that?

502
00:27:06,737 –> 00:27:08,203
– Me!
– Sam.

503
00:27:08,205 –> 00:27:09,606
(IN RASPY VOICE)
Good night.

504
00:27:09,608 –> 00:27:11,373
SONNY: It’s a new thing we’re doing.

505
00:27:11,375 –> 00:27:13,375
(IN RASPY VOICE) Good night.
Good night.

506
00:27:13,377 –> 00:27:15,277
– Hit the hay.
SONNY: Good night, Sarah.

507
00:27:15,279 –> 00:27:17,514
Night-night.

508
00:27:17,516 –> 00:27:19,748
(NORMALLY)
That is not cool, Slappy.

509
00:27:19,750 –> 00:27:21,286
(CHUCKLES)

510
00:27:25,190 –> 00:27:27,058
(♪♪♪)

511
00:27:42,874 –> 00:27:44,743
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

512
00:28:20,180 –> 00:28:22,049
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

513
00:28:29,722 –> 00:28:32,390
What the hell?

514
00:28:32,392 –> 00:28:36,061
– Ugh. God, they are such tools.
TYLER: Boo!

515
00:28:36,063 –> 00:28:38,863
(GASPS, THEN CHUCKLES)

516
00:28:38,865 –> 00:28:41,567
Missed you at the show
last night.

517
00:28:41,569 –> 00:28:44,403
Bet you did. You have fun?

518
00:28:44,405 –> 00:28:46,572
It was okay.
A bunch of us just hanging out.

519
00:28:46,574 –> 00:28:48,073
Totally casual.

520
00:28:48,075 –> 00:28:49,577
Right.

521
00:28:51,579 –> 00:28:53,913
– What’s with the dummy?
– Oh, him?

522
00:28:53,915 –> 00:28:56,182
We were just hanging out.

523
00:28:56,184 –> 00:28:58,186
Totally casual.

524
00:29:02,557 –> 00:29:04,459
(♪♪♪)

525
00:29:15,671 –> 00:29:17,571
(LOCK CLICKS)

526
00:29:17,573 –> 00:29:18,741
Fly, little ghost.

527
00:29:23,912 –> 00:29:26,980
Hey, whoever that is, can you
toss me up some more string?

528
00:29:26,982 –> 00:29:28,417
SLAPPY: Sure.

529
00:29:33,289 –> 00:29:34,555
(SCOFFS)

530
00:29:34,557 –> 00:29:37,124
Okay.

531
00:29:37,126 –> 00:29:39,926
That’s hilarious.

532
00:29:39,928 –> 00:29:41,329
Sarah?

533
00:29:41,331 –> 00:29:42,764
(SLAPPY CLEARS THROAT)

534
00:29:42,766 –> 00:29:45,832
Oh! Hey, hey, hey,
not funny, not funny.

535
00:29:45,834 –> 00:29:47,834
Sarah, stop fooling around.

536
00:29:47,836 –> 00:29:51,508
I’d say you’re the one
fooling around.

537
00:29:52,942 –> 00:29:54,375
How are you talking?

538
00:29:54,377 –> 00:29:57,412
I love the theater.

539
00:29:57,414 –> 00:30:00,749
I always bring down the house.

540
00:30:00,751 –> 00:30:02,319
(CACKLES)

541
00:30:04,087 –> 00:30:06,555
Wait, no! What are you doing?
What are you doing?

542
00:30:06,557 –> 00:30:08,156
Tell me, Tyler.

543
00:30:08,158 –> 00:30:10,960
What does it say
on that top step?

544
00:30:12,263 –> 00:30:15,097
Uh… It’s not a step?

545
00:30:15,099 –> 00:30:16,931
Maybe you’ll remember that

546
00:30:16,933 –> 00:30:21,205
the next time you
step out of line with my sister.

547
00:30:23,107 –> 00:30:25,744
(YELLS, THEN GROANS)

548
00:30:32,316 –> 00:30:34,684
It was a puppet, man.
It was a puppet.

549
00:30:34,686 –> 00:30:36,686
It had these
supernatural powers.

550
00:30:36,688 –> 00:30:38,722
He could move things
with his mind.

551
00:30:38,724 –> 00:30:40,190
I swear.

552
00:30:40,192 –> 00:30:42,492
She knows! Ask her.
It was in her locker.

553
00:30:42,494 –> 00:30:45,462
Please tell him real quick.
Sarah, tell him!

554
00:30:45,464 –> 00:30:47,664
It’s just the meds
kicking in, sir.

555
00:30:47,666 –> 00:30:49,699
Last guy said he saw a dragon.

556
00:30:49,701 –> 00:30:51,701
It wasn’t a dragon.
It was a puppet.

557
00:30:51,703 –> 00:30:53,638
(♪♪♪)

558
00:31:01,179 –> 00:31:03,012
(SCHOOL BELL RINGING)

559
00:31:03,014 –> 00:31:04,684
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

560
00:31:07,152 –> 00:31:09,953
Nikola Tesla
constructed this tower

561
00:31:09,955 –> 00:31:12,123
right here in Wardenclyffe,
New York

562
00:31:12,125 –> 00:31:14,825
to beam bolts of electricity
across the world.

563
00:31:14,827 –> 00:31:16,360
And today…

564
00:31:16,362 –> 00:31:19,630
we are going
to beam bolts of electricity

565
00:31:19,632 –> 00:31:21,565
across this classroom.

566
00:31:21,567 –> 00:31:24,535
Someone beam me
out of this classroom.

567
00:31:24,537 –> 00:31:26,838
(STUDENTS CHUCKLE)

568
00:31:26,840 –> 00:31:29,273
May I have a volunteer?

569
00:31:29,275 –> 00:31:31,676
You, ma’am,
in the pink sweater.

570
00:31:31,678 –> 00:31:34,912
Hold that and prepare
to be amazed.

571
00:31:34,914 –> 00:31:36,715
Behold:

572
00:31:36,717 –> 00:31:39,153
The power of Tesla.

573
00:31:40,521 –> 00:31:42,423
(♪♪♪)

574
00:31:54,034 –> 00:31:55,737
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

575
00:32:00,073 –> 00:32:02,577
Mr. Quinn, unplug that now!

576
00:32:03,678 –> 00:32:04,813
(SHRIEKS)

577
00:32:07,114 –> 00:32:08,750
(STUDENTS CLAMORING)

578
00:32:11,453 –> 00:32:12,754
(POWER WHINES)

579
00:32:16,958 –> 00:32:19,060
BOY: That was awesome!

580
00:32:20,962 –> 00:32:25,566
And that was my presentation
on Nikola Tesla.

581
00:32:25,568 –> 00:32:28,369
Any… Any questions?

582
00:32:30,104 –> 00:32:32,171
Today’s picture day!

583
00:32:32,173 –> 00:32:34,108
(FIRE ALARM RINGING)

584
00:32:37,446 –> 00:32:40,514
This is not good.
I’m so busted.

585
00:32:40,516 –> 00:32:42,483
Oh, great,
the fire department’s here?

586
00:32:42,485 –> 00:32:44,987
They’re definitely gonna
make you repeat a grade.

587
00:32:46,755 –> 00:32:49,590
Please tell me you guys
had nothing to do with this.

588
00:32:49,592 –> 00:32:52,025
Sonny blew up the science wing.
It was so cool.

589
00:32:52,027 –> 00:32:54,027
It was an accident.

590
00:32:54,029 –> 00:32:55,630
What are you doing here?

591
00:32:55,632 –> 00:32:58,098
Tyler Mitchell just got loaded
into an ambulance.

592
00:32:58,100 –> 00:33:00,301
He said the dummy
you guys put in my backpack

593
00:33:00,303 –> 00:33:03,805
attacked him
with supernatural powers.

594
00:33:03,807 –> 00:33:06,274
We didn’t put Slappy
in your backpack.

595
00:33:06,276 –> 00:33:07,942
(♪♪♪)

596
00:33:07,944 –> 00:33:09,312
Get in.

597
00:33:11,348 –> 00:33:12,848
SARAH: You’re telling me

598
00:33:12,850 –> 00:33:16,150
that you discovered
a walking, talking dummy

599
00:33:16,152 –> 00:33:17,820
and you didn’t tell me?

600
00:33:17,822 –> 00:33:19,989
He seemed like a nice guy
at the start.

601
00:33:19,991 –> 00:33:23,659
– He had great manners.
– He told us to keep it a secret.

602
00:33:23,661 –> 00:33:25,761
A, I’m your sister.

603
00:33:25,763 –> 00:33:27,429
And B, as a general rule,

604
00:33:27,431 –> 00:33:29,999
when an animated doll
tells you to keep secrets,

605
00:33:30,001 –> 00:33:31,233
that’s a red flag.

606
00:33:31,235 –> 00:33:32,668
He’s not just some doll.

607
00:33:32,670 –> 00:33:34,670
He’s got powers.
He can move stuff with his mind.

608
00:33:34,672 –> 00:33:36,472
You guys, this is insane.

609
00:33:36,474 –> 00:33:39,375
I mean,
why would he go after Tyler?

610
00:33:39,377 –> 00:33:42,511
Maybe he heard you complaining
about him last night.

611
00:33:42,513 –> 00:33:44,382
Great.
What else did I complain about?

612
00:33:46,752 –> 00:33:48,018
Mom.

613
00:33:48,020 –> 00:33:49,922
(♪♪♪)

614
00:33:59,364 –> 00:34:02,699
Hey, kids, you wanna see
the mummies come to life?

615
00:34:02,701 –> 00:34:04,901
– Sorry, Mr. Chu!
– Don’t have time to talk now!

616
00:34:04,903 –> 00:34:06,736
Your loss!

617
00:34:06,738 –> 00:34:08,505
(MUMMY LAUGHS)

618
00:34:08,507 –> 00:34:10,140
– Mom!
– Ms. Quinn!

619
00:34:10,142 –> 00:34:12,709
(KATHY LAUGHS)

620
00:34:12,711 –> 00:34:18,148
Hey. You didn’t tell me you got
a ventriloquist dummy. How fun!

621
00:34:18,150 –> 00:34:20,918
He was sitting at the table
like a little person.

622
00:34:20,920 –> 00:34:24,021
“Hi, kids. My name is Bobo.

623
00:34:24,023 –> 00:34:26,591
And I like listening to Mom.”
Heh, heh.

624
00:34:26,593 –> 00:34:28,693
Mom, his name is Slappy,

625
00:34:28,695 –> 00:34:30,795
and I would not do that
if I were you.

626
00:34:30,797 –> 00:34:32,897
Slappy.
That’s a ridiculous name.

627
00:34:32,899 –> 00:34:35,067
No, no. His name is Bobo.

628
00:34:35,069 –> 00:34:38,202
– Mom, you don’t understand.
– Ms. Quinn, he’s alive.

629
00:34:38,204 –> 00:34:40,304
I think these guys
are trying to play

630
00:34:40,306 –> 00:34:42,473
some sort of
a Halloween prank on us,

631
00:34:42,475 –> 00:34:44,475
but I’m not buying it.
Are you No.

632
00:34:44,477 –> 00:34:46,078
(PHONE RINGING)

633
00:34:46,080 –> 00:34:49,280
Oh, let me get that.
But nice try. Very creative.

634
00:34:49,282 –> 00:34:52,285
Stay right there.
Don’t go anywhere.

635
00:34:56,724 –> 00:34:59,658
(♪♪♪)

636
00:34:59,660 –> 00:35:03,096
Hi, kids. Good day at school?

637
00:35:03,098 –> 00:35:05,797
Oh, my God. He sounds
even creepier than he looks.

638
00:35:05,799 –> 00:35:08,935
Ha-ha-ha. We’re gonna be
such a happy family.

639
00:35:08,937 –> 00:35:10,602
You’re not our family.

640
00:35:10,604 –> 00:35:13,106
Do it, Sonny. Turn him off.

641
00:35:13,108 –> 00:35:16,743
Hearing you say that
makes me mad.

642
00:35:16,745 –> 00:35:22,081
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

643
00:35:22,083 –> 00:35:23,750
Don’t do that.

644
00:35:23,752 –> 00:35:25,385
Do it again.

645
00:35:25,387 –> 00:35:28,421
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

646
00:35:28,423 –> 00:35:31,027
(GASPING)

647
00:35:34,262 –> 00:35:35,397
(EXHALES)

648
00:35:39,869 –> 00:35:41,037
It worked.

649
00:35:51,313 –> 00:35:52,546
(GASPS)

650
00:35:52,548 –> 00:35:53,947
And trust me.

651
00:35:53,949 –> 00:35:56,784
You don’t want to find out
what happens…

652
00:35:56,786 –> 00:35:59,822
when I get mad.

653
00:36:00,856 –> 00:36:02,723
KATHY: Okay.
– Hm?

654
00:36:02,725 –> 00:36:05,960
Well, that was
an interesting phone call.

655
00:36:05,962 –> 00:36:07,594
Anything you wanna tell me?

656
00:36:07,596 –> 00:36:09,964
Yes, we’ve been trying to.
That dummy is evil.

657
00:36:09,966 –> 00:36:12,433
You blew up the science lab?

658
00:36:12,435 –> 00:36:14,201
Yeah, there was that too.

659
00:36:14,203 –> 00:36:16,604
Do you know
how much damage you’ve caused?

660
00:36:16,606 –> 00:36:17,872
It wasn’t Sonny’s fault.

661
00:36:17,874 –> 00:36:19,774
KATHY: I’m sure it was an accident.

662
00:36:19,776 –> 00:36:22,877
– It wasn’t an accident. The dummy did it.
– Yeah.

663
00:36:22,879 –> 00:36:25,613
Do I look like a dummy
to you?

664
00:36:25,615 –> 00:36:27,215
We’re telling
the truth!

665
00:36:27,217 –> 00:36:28,650
Here’s some truth for you.

666
00:36:28,652 –> 00:36:30,719
Halloween is canceled
for the three of you.

667
00:36:30,721 –> 00:36:32,353
– What?
– Canceled.

668
00:36:32,355 –> 00:36:34,689
– Come on.
KATHY: You know…

669
00:36:34,691 –> 00:36:38,493
I expect this kind of
craziness from the boys.

670
00:36:38,495 –> 00:36:40,395
But I felt like
you were gonna help me

671
00:36:40,397 –> 00:36:42,098
keep things under control,
Sarah.

672
00:36:42,100 –> 00:36:43,532
Mom.

673
00:36:43,534 –> 00:36:45,366
I’m disappointed.

674
00:36:45,368 –> 00:36:47,103
– Come on. Mom.
– Mom, please.

675
00:36:47,105 –> 00:36:48,271
(DOOR SLAMS)

676
00:36:50,240 –> 00:36:52,977
Not as disappointed
as I am.

677
00:36:54,011 –> 00:36:56,280
My room.
Now.

678
00:37:01,053 –> 00:37:02,585
We’ve got a problem.

679
00:37:02,587 –> 00:37:05,055
Yeah. I have never seen
your mom that mad.

680
00:37:05,057 –> 00:37:07,423
I’m talking about
the psycho dummy on our couch.

681
00:37:07,425 –> 00:37:11,161
Did somebody call
a family meeting without me?

682
00:37:11,163 –> 00:37:13,362
No, no. Slappy,
why would you think that?

683
00:37:13,364 –> 00:37:16,933
We were just planning
a surprise party for you.

684
00:37:16,935 –> 00:37:20,370
Well, I’ve got a surprise
for the three of you.

685
00:37:20,372 –> 00:37:22,773
This is my house now.

686
00:37:22,775 –> 00:37:24,775
And under my roof,

687
00:37:24,777 –> 00:37:26,576
I make the rules.

688
00:37:26,578 –> 00:37:29,679
Sorry, but you just got voted
out of this family.

689
00:37:29,681 –> 00:37:31,784
– Huh Aah!
SAM: Oh!

690
00:37:36,890 –> 00:37:39,289
What do we do with him now?

691
00:37:39,291 –> 00:37:40,558
Fireplace.

692
00:37:40,560 –> 00:37:42,059
No. No way.

693
00:37:42,061 –> 00:37:44,228
I would have nightmares
the rest of my life.

694
00:37:44,230 –> 00:37:47,465
No. I have a better idea.

695
00:37:47,467 –> 00:37:49,467
(♪♪♪)

696
00:37:49,469 –> 00:37:52,770
SONNY: Ugh. We’ve
been walking forever.

697
00:37:52,772 –> 00:37:55,640
It’s like this whole place
is made of poison ivy.

698
00:37:55,642 –> 00:37:57,608
SAM:
Stop complaining.

699
00:37:57,610 –> 00:37:59,180
How much farther is it?

700
00:37:59,847 –> 00:38:01,113
Here.

701
00:38:01,115 –> 00:38:03,650
This should work.

702
00:38:06,120 –> 00:38:09,087
Am I the only one that feels
like we’re committing a crime?

703
00:38:09,089 –> 00:38:12,459
It’s a dummy. The only crime
we’re committing is littering.

704
00:38:13,394 –> 00:38:15,961
– Ready?
– Yeah, yeah.

705
00:38:15,963 –> 00:38:17,998
Okay, watch out.

706
00:38:20,000 –> 00:38:21,535
(GRUNTS)

707
00:38:30,245 –> 00:38:31,980
It’s done.

708
00:38:33,648 –> 00:38:35,217
Let’s get out of here.

709
00:38:40,021 –> 00:38:41,323
SAM: Sonny, come on.

710
00:38:54,502 –> 00:38:56,036
We just killed a puppet.

711
00:38:56,038 –> 00:38:58,172
Trust me, we had to.

712
00:38:58,174 –> 00:39:00,241
And I say we just
forget it ever happened,

713
00:39:00,243 –> 00:39:02,076
because no one
will believe us anyway.

714
00:39:02,078 –> 00:39:03,344
It’s over.

715
00:39:03,346 –> 00:39:05,012
He’s locked in a suitcase.

716
00:39:05,014 –> 00:39:07,581
There’s no way
that dummy’s getting out.

717
00:39:07,583 –> 00:39:09,919
(ALL SCREAMING)

718
00:39:11,821 –> 00:39:14,455
Who you calling “dummy,”
dummy?

719
00:39:14,457 –> 00:39:15,892
(TIRES SQUEALING)

720
00:39:19,296 –> 00:39:20,661
What do you want from us?

721
00:39:20,663 –> 00:39:23,464
I just want to be
part of the family.

722
00:39:23,466 –> 00:39:25,601
SONNY: He’s gonna break
through the windshield.

723
00:39:29,405 –> 00:39:31,873
(TIRES SCREECH)
(SLAPPY SCREAMS)

724
00:39:31,875 –> 00:39:33,043
(ALL PANTING)

725
00:39:37,848 –> 00:39:39,080
Is everyone okay?

726
00:39:39,082 –> 00:39:40,550
SAM: Yeah.
Think so.

727
00:39:42,185 –> 00:39:45,053
Where’s Slappy?

728
00:39:45,055 –> 00:39:48,293
Guys, I think we just made
things a thousand times worse.

729
00:39:49,793 –> 00:39:51,728
(♪♪♪)

730
00:39:58,937 –> 00:40:01,404
I’ve been driving
In my car

731
00:40:01,406 –> 00:40:03,639
Trying to find
Some sign of life

732
00:40:03,641 –> 00:40:06,075
One is a guy
That is kind of creepy

733
00:40:06,077 –> 00:40:08,313
It’s a little stickling
Said sleepy

734
00:40:09,714 –> 00:40:12,048
KIDS: Trick or treat!

735
00:40:12,050 –> 00:40:13,883
CHU: There you go, Hank.

736
00:40:13,885 –> 00:40:16,452
All right,
come on in. Zoink!

737
00:40:16,454 –> 00:40:18,355
Step right up.
Don’t be scared.

738
00:40:18,357 –> 00:40:21,058
Welcome to my haunted house.

739
00:40:21,060 –> 00:40:22,491
Boo!

740
00:40:22,493 –> 00:40:25,128
All right.
Here you go. Happy Halloween.

741
00:40:25,130 –> 00:40:27,864
(ROARS AND KIDS LAUGH)

742
00:40:27,866 –> 00:40:30,767
Hey, what’s up, my witches?

743
00:40:30,769 –> 00:40:32,436
Little Frankenstein humor.

744
00:40:32,438 –> 00:40:33,704
Zoink!

745
00:40:33,706 –> 00:40:34,972
Beat it.

746
00:40:34,974 –> 00:40:37,541
(CHU CACKLES)

747
00:40:37,543 –> 00:40:38,942
Here you go.

748
00:40:38,944 –> 00:40:40,210
Bye-bye!

749
00:40:40,212 –> 00:40:42,213
Hey, my princess.

750
00:40:42,215 –> 00:40:43,448
Bye-bye!

751
00:40:43,450 –> 00:40:45,283
Hey, my cowboy.

752
00:40:45,285 –> 00:40:48,054
BOY: I’m not a cowboy!
CHU: Yes, you are. Bye-bye!

753
00:40:49,521 –> 00:40:51,788
“A mysterious disturbance
recently took place

754
00:40:51,790 –> 00:40:53,590
“in the town
of Madison, Delaware.

755
00:40:53,592 –> 00:40:56,861
“Neighborhoods were ravaged
and the high school destroyed.

756
00:40:56,863 –> 00:41:00,031
“An FBI spokesman said unusual
weather patterns were to blame,

757
00:41:00,033 –> 00:41:01,799
“but there were rumors
of a cover-up

758
00:41:01,801 –> 00:41:03,601
“for something far stranger.

759
00:41:03,603 –> 00:41:06,573
“Sightings of giant insects,
Abominable Snowmen, and even…

760
00:41:08,008 –> 00:41:09,841
…an evil ventriloquist dummy.”

761
00:41:09,843 –> 00:41:11,609
Oh, we’re so dead.

762
00:41:11,611 –> 00:41:14,113
“Creatures believed to come
alive from the original

763
00:41:14,115 –> 00:41:16,148
manuscripts of horror author
R.L. Stine.”

764
00:41:16,150 –> 00:41:18,484
– The book.
– What book?

765
00:41:18,486 –> 00:41:21,353
In that abandoned house, we
found this old locked-up book.

766
00:41:21,355 –> 00:41:24,323
And when we unlocked it,
that’s when Slappy appeared.

767
00:41:24,325 –> 00:41:26,325
Yeah, but Tommy Madigan
took it from us.

768
00:41:26,327 –> 00:41:29,495
Well, how do you know the book
was written by R.L. Stine?

769
00:41:29,497 –> 00:41:30,965
Wait a second.

770
00:41:34,101 –> 00:41:36,602
“From 1979 to 1985,

771
00:41:36,604 –> 00:41:38,871
“legendary horror author
R.L. Stine

772
00:41:38,873 –> 00:41:40,639
lived in Wardenclyffe,
New York.”

773
00:41:40,641 –> 00:41:43,309
SARAH: Here?
– That’s not good.

774
00:41:43,311 –> 00:41:45,045
“Stine started
his writing career

775
00:41:45,047 –> 00:41:48,081
“with a since-unpublished novel
titled Haunted Halloween,

776
00:41:48,083 –> 00:41:50,016
“a tale of a demonic dummy
who sets out

777
00:41:50,018 –> 00:41:52,519
to create a family
of his own by…”

778
00:41:52,521 –> 00:41:54,320
By… By what?

779
00:41:54,322 –> 00:41:56,625
By bringing Halloween
to life.

780
00:41:59,061 –> 00:42:00,962
(♪♪♪)

781
00:42:05,100 –> 00:42:08,034
I love a good holiday sale.

782
00:42:08,036 –> 00:42:09,604
(CACKLES)

783
00:42:17,612 –> 00:42:19,549
(HUMMING)

784
00:42:28,324 –> 00:42:31,225
Hello, old friends.

785
00:42:31,227 –> 00:42:34,895
If those kids don’t want me
to be a part of their family,

786
00:42:34,897 –> 00:42:38,101
I’ll raise one of my own.

787
00:42:39,436 –> 00:42:41,570
Karru marri

788
00:42:41,572 –> 00:42:47,209
odonna loma molonu karrano.

789
00:42:47,211 –> 00:42:48,946
Karru marri…

790
00:42:54,318 –> 00:42:56,253
Okay.

791
00:42:59,223 –> 00:43:01,125
(CHITTERING)

792
00:43:04,728 –> 00:43:07,230
(SQUEAKING)

793
00:43:07,232 –> 00:43:09,134
(TEETH CHATTERING)

794
00:43:20,879 –> 00:43:22,780
(SHRIEKING)

795
00:43:30,221 –> 00:43:32,123
(GROWLING)

796
00:43:36,761 –> 00:43:38,663
(BOTH GRUNTING)

797
00:43:45,638 –> 00:43:48,174
(GROANS)

798
00:43:49,074 –> 00:43:51,175
(HISSES)

799
00:43:51,177 –> 00:43:53,110
(GRUNTING)

800
00:43:53,112 –> 00:43:54,246
Yes.

801
00:43:57,183 –> 00:43:59,051
(HOWLS)

802
00:44:03,356 –> 00:44:05,356
(ROARS)

803
00:44:05,358 –> 00:44:06,992
(CLANK)

804
00:44:11,998 –> 00:44:13,531
(GASPS)

805
00:44:13,533 –> 00:44:16,436
(SLAPPY LAUGHING)
(MONSTERS GRUNTING AND GROWLING)

806
00:44:18,838 –> 00:44:20,707
SLAPPY: Trick or treat.

807
00:44:23,009 –> 00:44:24,911
(GRUNTING)

808
00:44:27,948 –> 00:44:29,548
(CACKLES)

809
00:44:29,550 –> 00:44:31,185
(GROANING)

810
00:44:35,389 –> 00:44:37,389
(GROANS)

811
00:44:37,391 –> 00:44:40,326
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

812
00:44:40,328 –> 00:44:43,097
Welcome
to the family,

813
00:44:44,298 –> 00:44:45,667
Walter.

814
00:44:46,702 –> 00:44:48,169
(CHUCKLES)

815
00:44:49,671 –> 00:44:54,106
Serving families
is what I do. Heh, heh.

816
00:44:54,108 –> 00:44:56,875
Heh, heh. Come along,
then, brother.

817
00:44:56,877 –> 00:44:58,445
Just wait until you see

818
00:44:58,447 –> 00:45:01,914
what I have planned next
for this town.

819
00:45:01,916 –> 00:45:04,917
(CACKLES)

820
00:45:04,919 –> 00:45:06,821
(VAMPIRE LAUGHING)

821
00:45:13,962 –> 00:45:15,795
Guys, this is bad.

822
00:45:15,797 –> 00:45:17,931
This is really,
really bad.

823
00:45:17,933 –> 00:45:20,400
You know what we need to do?
We need to call the police.

824
00:45:20,402 –> 00:45:22,470
And tell them what?
That an evil dummy

825
00:45:22,472 –> 00:45:24,237
is about to bring
Halloween to life?

826
00:45:24,239 –> 00:45:25,905
– Yes!
SARAH: Great idea, Sam.

827
00:45:25,907 –> 00:45:27,275
They’ll come and arrest us.

828
00:45:27,277 –> 00:45:29,410
– Wait, guys, I found a number.
– For Stine?

829
00:45:29,412 –> 00:45:31,445
No, says here
nobody knows where he is,

830
00:45:31,447 –> 00:45:33,180
but this is for
Richard Shivers.

831
00:45:33,182 –> 00:45:37,784
He’s the president of the
R.L. Stine Appreciation Society.

832
00:45:37,786 –> 00:45:39,954
– What are you doing?
– I’m calling.

833
00:45:39,956 –> 00:45:42,290
(LINE RINGING)

834
00:45:42,292 –> 00:45:45,126
RECORDING: Good day, you’ve
reached Dr. Richard Shivers

835
00:45:45,128 –> 00:45:47,596
and the R.L. Stine
Appreciation Society.

836
00:45:47,598 –> 00:45:49,864
If you’re trying to
reach Stine, don’t bother.

837
00:45:49,866 –> 00:45:52,033
Otherwise,
leave a message.

838
00:45:52,035 –> 00:45:54,536
SARAH: Hi, Mr. Shivers,
my name is Sarah Quinn.

839
00:45:54,538 –> 00:45:56,371
I live in
Wardenclyffe, New York.

840
00:45:56,373 –> 00:45:59,408
I desperately need to
get in touch with R.L. Stine.

841
00:45:59,410 –> 00:46:00,975
This is gonna sound crazy,

842
00:46:00,977 –> 00:46:03,679
but I think one of his stories
has come to life.

843
00:46:03,681 –> 00:46:04,946
(BEEPS)

844
00:46:04,948 –> 00:46:06,748
Hi, Mr. Shivers…

845
00:46:06,750 –> 00:46:08,817
Well…

846
00:46:08,819 –> 00:46:11,119
Looks like we’re on our own.

847
00:46:11,121 –> 00:46:12,921
Wait,
where are we going?

848
00:46:12,923 –> 00:46:16,091
To find Tommy Madigan
and get that book.

849
00:46:16,093 –> 00:46:17,326
Get that one.

850
00:46:17,328 –> 00:46:19,194
No way he’s gonna
be able to get that.

851
00:46:19,196 –> 00:46:20,463
Oh.

852
00:46:20,465 –> 00:46:22,699
SONNY: Tommy! Tommy!
SAM: Tommy! Hey.

853
00:46:22,701 –> 00:46:24,199
Tommy! Tommy!

854
00:46:24,201 –> 00:46:25,802
BOY:
What do these idiots want?

855
00:46:25,804 –> 00:46:27,069
I’ll take care
of this.

856
00:46:27,071 –> 00:46:28,571
SONNY: We need that book.

857
00:46:28,573 –> 00:46:30,640
– It’s really important.
– It’s super important.

858
00:46:30,642 –> 00:46:32,141
The book with
the lock on it.

859
00:46:32,143 –> 00:46:33,409
Okay, okay.
What book?

860
00:46:33,411 –> 00:46:35,011
The one you stole
from us, Tommy.

861
00:46:35,013 –> 00:46:36,746
Oh, yeah.
I’ve got it right here.

862
00:46:36,748 –> 00:46:38,681
– Oh, really?
– No, idiot.

863
00:46:38,683 –> 00:46:42,018
Why would I be carrying a book
around with me on Halloween?

864
00:46:42,020 –> 00:46:44,588
Now, go back home
with your babysitter.

865
00:46:44,590 –> 00:46:46,022
I’ll be there in a bit
to egg your house.

866
00:46:46,024 –> 00:46:47,458
Listen,
you little punk,

867
00:46:47,460 –> 00:46:49,593
I’m not the babysitter.
I’m Sonny’s sister.

868
00:46:49,595 –> 00:46:50,927
You’re gonna give us
that book back

869
00:46:50,929 –> 00:46:52,763
or I’ll make your life
a living hell.

870
00:46:52,765 –> 00:46:55,699
The only thing you’ll use that
toilet paper for is to wipe…

871
00:46:55,701 –> 00:46:58,135
Okay. God, you don’t have
to be so mean about it.

872
00:46:58,137 –> 00:47:00,037
Let’s get
out of here.

873
00:47:00,039 –> 00:47:02,408
Book’s at my house
in my room.

874
00:47:04,343 –> 00:47:08,680
But it’s hidden, so good luck
finding it, losers. Heh, heh.

875
00:47:08,682 –> 00:47:10,751
(SHRIEKING IN DISTANCE)

876
00:47:13,653 –> 00:47:15,555
(♪♪♪)

877
00:47:20,494 –> 00:47:22,763
(ALL GASP)

878
00:47:24,698 –> 00:47:27,198
Those are some
awesome costumes.

879
00:47:27,200 –> 00:47:29,334
(SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

880
00:47:29,336 –> 00:47:31,605
(BOYS SCREAMING)

881
00:47:32,672 –> 00:47:35,008
(SCREAMING)

882
00:47:36,711 –> 00:47:37,944
Is this actually
happening?

883
00:47:39,680 –> 00:47:42,147
(ALL YELL)

884
00:47:42,149 –> 00:47:43,684
Guys, we gotta find
that book!

885
00:47:49,189 –> 00:47:51,923
SLAPPY: Evening, Mr. Tesla.

886
00:47:51,925 –> 00:47:56,028
You don’t mind if we bring
your tower back to life, do you?

887
00:47:56,030 –> 00:47:57,932
(BOTH CACKLING)

888
00:48:01,436 –> 00:48:03,235
(QUIETLY)
What did he say?

889
00:48:03,237 –> 00:48:05,705
Shut up.

890
00:48:05,707 –> 00:48:08,875
SLAPPY: Tesla used this tower
to project electricity,

891
00:48:08,877 –> 00:48:11,076
but I’m going
to use this tower

892
00:48:11,078 –> 00:48:15,281
to project my magic
in ways he never imagined.

893
00:48:15,283 –> 00:48:19,586
It takes a genius
to know a genius.

894
00:48:19,588 –> 00:48:21,488
(POWERING UP)

895
00:48:21,490 –> 00:48:23,790
– Whoa.
– Heh-heh-heh.

896
00:48:23,792 –> 00:48:25,392
Come along,
Walter.

897
00:48:25,394 –> 00:48:26,793
We’ve got work
to do.

898
00:48:26,795 –> 00:48:28,263
Very well.
Let’s go.

899
00:48:31,667 –> 00:48:33,133
SONNY: This is Tommy’s house.

900
00:48:33,135 –> 00:48:36,171
Well, I guess
we just knock?

901
00:48:38,474 –> 00:48:40,608
SAM: Knock loud. He
lives with his grandma.

902
00:48:40,610 –> 00:48:41,778
(KNOCKS)

903
00:48:42,779 –> 00:48:44,412
Okay.

904
00:48:44,414 –> 00:48:45,880
(DOORBELL RINGS)

905
00:48:45,882 –> 00:48:48,114
Wait! Guys,
there she is.

906
00:48:48,116 –> 00:48:49,484
SONNY: She’s asleep.

907
00:48:49,486 –> 00:48:51,419
I guess we’ll just
have to wake her up.

908
00:48:51,421 –> 00:48:53,287
– Hello! Come on.
– Hello!

909
00:48:53,289 –> 00:48:55,656
– Hello!
– Tommy’s grandma!

910
00:48:55,658 –> 00:48:57,992
(SIGHS)
Wow.

911
00:48:57,994 –> 00:48:59,762
Guess she’s a deep sleeper.

912
00:49:02,465 –> 00:49:03,966
(SIGHS)
It’s locked.

913
00:49:03,968 –> 00:49:06,133
Find another way in
and go get that book.

914
00:49:06,135 –> 00:49:07,303
What are you gonna do?

915
00:49:10,006 –> 00:49:12,608
I’m gonna make sure
nothing surprises us. Go!

916
00:49:12,610 –> 00:49:14,776
(♪♪♪)

917
00:49:14,778 –> 00:49:16,680
(WINDOW CLATTERING)

918
00:49:26,858 –> 00:49:28,123
(BANGS)

919
00:49:28,125 –> 00:49:29,859
– Ow!
– Shh.

920
00:49:29,861 –> 00:49:32,795
What?

921
00:49:32,797 –> 00:49:36,467
(WHISPERING) I can’t believe we’re
breaking into someone’s house right now.

922
00:49:44,609 –> 00:49:47,145
Shh.

923
00:49:49,848 –> 00:49:51,781
(WHISPERING)
Hey, they got gummy bears.

924
00:49:51,783 –> 00:49:53,585
Who cares?
Stop screwing around.

925
00:49:55,021 –> 00:49:56,352
AUTOMATED VOICE: Hands off!

926
00:49:56,354 –> 00:49:58,256
(LAUGHS)

927
00:50:00,960 –> 00:50:03,293
Sam, stop
screwing around. Let’s go.

928
00:50:03,295 –> 00:50:04,931
– Okay, all right.
(CLICKS)

929
00:50:08,768 –> 00:50:10,636
SLAPPY: Watch this, Walter.

930
00:50:12,772 –> 00:50:14,438
WALTER: Whoa. Whoa.

931
00:50:14,440 –> 00:50:16,740
(LAUGHING)

932
00:50:16,742 –> 00:50:21,211
Why settle for
a small family, Walter,

933
00:50:21,213 –> 00:50:24,682
when we can project
my power everywhere

934
00:50:24,684 –> 00:50:27,886
and bring all of
Halloween to life?

935
00:50:27,888 –> 00:50:30,120
(LAUGHS)
Yeah.

936
00:50:30,122 –> 00:50:33,725
Karru marri odonna loma

937
00:50:33,727 –> 00:50:37,194
molonu karrano.
– Whoa.

938
00:50:37,196 –> 00:50:39,096
Karru marri

939
00:50:39,098 –> 00:50:43,935
odonna loma
molonu karrano.

940
00:50:43,937 –> 00:50:45,872
(BOTH CACKLING)

941
00:50:49,576 –> 00:50:51,411
(♪♪♪)

942
00:50:52,346 –> 00:50:54,247
(CACKLING CONTINUES)

943
00:51:01,355 –> 00:51:03,256
(ALL SHRIEKING)

944
00:51:07,260 –> 00:51:08,496
(BOTH SNICKERING)

945
00:51:12,166 –> 00:51:13,768
(GRUNTING)

946
00:51:19,173 –> 00:51:20,941
(NEIGHS)

947
00:51:20,943 –> 00:51:24,243
Hyah! Ha-ha-ha!

948
00:51:24,245 –> 00:51:27,146
(CACKLING)

949
00:51:27,148 –> 00:51:30,383
– Sam, I found it. Yeah.
– You found it?

950
00:51:30,385 –> 00:51:31,852
SONNY: “R.L. Stine.”

951
00:51:31,854 –> 00:51:33,722
How did we miss that?

952
00:51:35,624 –> 00:51:38,759
– That can’t be good.
– Yeah. We gotta go.

953
00:51:38,761 –> 00:51:40,663
(♪♪♪)

954
00:51:46,568 –> 00:51:48,235
Let’s just go
back out the window.

955
00:51:48,237 –> 00:51:49,505
SAM: All right.

956
00:51:51,607 –> 00:51:53,573
– Oh.
HAND: Ah!

957
00:51:53,575 –> 00:51:54,878
(YELLS)

958
00:51:56,112 –> 00:51:57,477
Sam!

959
00:51:57,479 –> 00:51:59,479
The hand
has my hand!

960
00:51:59,481 –> 00:52:01,482
Just rip it off!
Throw it!

961
00:52:01,484 –> 00:52:03,153
(HAND SNARLS)

962
00:52:06,923 –> 00:52:09,325
Sam. Turn around.

963
00:52:10,794 –> 00:52:11,928
They’re moving.

964
00:52:13,363 –> 00:52:14,963
Sonny,
they’re just gummy bears.

965
00:52:14,965 –> 00:52:17,066
They’re so tiny and cute.
What can they do?

966
00:52:17,068 –> 00:52:19,436
(CHITTERING)

967
00:52:21,671 –> 00:52:23,005
Hey there, little guys.

968
00:52:23,007 –> 00:52:24,807
Sam, you just ate
half their family.

969
00:52:24,809 –> 00:52:26,443
I would not do that
if I were you.

970
00:52:27,545 –> 00:52:29,545
(♪♪♪)

971
00:52:29,547 –> 00:52:31,549
(GUMMY BEARS GRUNTING, SNICKERING)

972
00:52:39,590 –> 00:52:41,657
Why are they walking
towards us?

973
00:52:41,659 –> 00:52:44,326
Okay. All right.
Maybe

974
00:52:44,328 –> 00:52:47,730
they just want us
to stay and play.

975
00:52:47,732 –> 00:52:48,900
(ALL ROAR)
(BOYS YELL)

976
00:52:53,805 –> 00:52:56,708
(♪♪♪)

977
00:53:00,078 –> 00:53:01,911
God, where is everyone?

978
00:53:01,913 –> 00:53:04,013
Oh, there’s one
on my back, Sam!

979
00:53:04,015 –> 00:53:05,715
Okay, okay!

980
00:53:05,717 –> 00:53:08,852
(GUMMY BEARS GIGGLING)

981
00:53:08,854 –> 00:53:11,721
– Pull harder!
– I’m trying!

982
00:53:11,723 –> 00:53:13,289
– Whoa.
BEAR: Ha-ha-ha!

983
00:53:13,291 –> 00:53:14,691
Go for the window, Sam!

984
00:53:14,693 –> 00:53:15,962
I’m coming!

985
00:53:17,764 –> 00:53:18,931
Whoa!

986
00:53:21,433 –> 00:53:23,335
(SNARLING)

987
00:53:27,039 –> 00:53:29,509
(GLASS SHATTERING)

988
00:53:30,777 –> 00:53:32,678
(GRUNTING)

989
00:53:35,148 –> 00:53:38,484
Just! Stop! Giggling!

990
00:53:42,388 –> 00:53:44,390
(GRUNTING)

991
00:53:47,360 –> 00:53:49,293
Sam! I need some help
over here…

992
00:53:49,295 –> 00:53:52,363
(WAILING)
Sonny!

993
00:53:52,365 –> 00:53:54,268
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

994
00:53:57,370 –> 00:53:58,703
Mom, we’re under attack!

995
00:53:58,705 –> 00:54:00,472
Sonny, what are you
talking about?

996
00:54:00,474 –> 00:54:02,109
Where’s Sarah?
Who’s attacking you?

997
00:54:03,977 –> 00:54:05,610
Gummy bears.

998
00:54:05,612 –> 00:54:07,579
KATHY: What Honey, you’re mumbling.

999
00:54:07,581 –> 00:54:08,814
Put Sarah on the phone.

1000
00:54:08,816 –> 00:54:10,315
(GROWLS)

1001
00:54:10,317 –> 00:54:11,984
KATHY: Sonny.
BEAR: Whee!

1002
00:54:11,986 –> 00:54:13,953
(GRUNTING)

1003
00:54:13,955 –> 00:54:15,188
KATHY: What…?

1004
00:54:15,190 –> 00:54:16,856
Okay, that’s it.

1005
00:54:16,858 –> 00:54:19,524
Do not leave the house!
I’m coming home.

1006
00:54:19,526 –> 00:54:21,461
(GRUNTING CONTINUES)

1007
00:54:34,876 –> 00:54:36,143
(PANTING)

1008
00:54:36,145 –> 00:54:38,145
Sonny, help!

1009
00:54:38,147 –> 00:54:39,512
Sam, I’m coming!

1010
00:54:39,514 –> 00:54:41,183
Hurry!

1011
00:54:45,620 –> 00:54:47,821
(BEAR YELLING)

1012
00:54:47,823 –> 00:54:49,725
(LITTLE BEARS SQUEALING)

1013
00:55:04,006 –> 00:55:08,642
No, no, no!
You’ll never take me alive!

1014
00:55:08,644 –> 00:55:10,146
(BEAR SCREAMS)

1015
00:55:12,148 –> 00:55:14,849
That is my new favorite book.

1016
00:55:14,851 –> 00:55:17,551
– You okay?
– I think.

1017
00:55:17,553 –> 00:55:19,419
Let’s get out of here.

1018
00:55:19,421 –> 00:55:20,822
(ALL YELL)

1019
00:55:20,824 –> 00:55:22,423
What are you guys
doing in there?

1020
00:55:22,425 –> 00:55:24,692
Oh, no big deal, really.
Just being mauled

1021
00:55:24,694 –> 00:55:26,194
by my favorite
comfort food!

1022
00:55:26,196 –> 00:55:27,695
Wait. Just stop.
Stop, stop!

1023
00:55:27,697 –> 00:55:29,697
What are you guys
even talking about?

1024
00:55:29,699 –> 00:55:31,733
Everything is alive, Sarah.
Even candy.

1025
00:55:31,735 –> 00:55:34,069
Well, is that the book?
Let’s read it.

1026
00:55:34,071 –> 00:55:36,571
There’s something you need
to know about this book.

1027
00:55:36,573 –> 00:55:37,940
What?

1028
00:55:37,942 –> 00:55:39,540
(HOWLING IN DISTANCE)

1029
00:55:39,542 –> 00:55:40,843
Look out!

1030
00:55:40,845 –> 00:55:42,980
(GROWLS)
(GRUNTS)

1031
00:55:44,614 –> 00:55:46,717
– Whoa!
(RASPING)

1032
00:56:02,367 –> 00:56:04,767
That’s what.

1033
00:56:04,769 –> 00:56:06,769
This is not
a normal book, Sarah.

1034
00:56:06,771 –> 00:56:08,706
(PANTING)

1035
00:56:15,247 –> 00:56:16,780
Who would write this?

1036
00:56:16,782 –> 00:56:18,717
(♪♪♪)

1037
00:56:29,128 –> 00:56:30,330
(ENGINE REVS)

1038
00:56:34,599 –> 00:56:37,703
They did the monster mash
The monster mash

1039
00:56:39,238 –> 00:56:41,040
Oh, what is this?

1040
00:56:41,975 –> 00:56:43,607
Okay.

1041
00:56:43,609 –> 00:56:44,777
– Huh?
– Oh!

1042
00:56:46,846 –> 00:56:49,448
– Hyah!
– Oh, you rehearsed that, did you?

1043
00:56:49,450 –> 00:56:53,086
Best costume of the night, sir.

1044
00:56:54,821 –> 00:56:56,756
(ALL LAUGHING)

1045
00:56:58,125 –> 00:56:59,458
(ROARS)

1046
00:56:59,460 –> 00:57:01,028
(SCREAMING)

1047
00:57:02,162 –> 00:57:04,098
(SNARLING)

1048
00:57:05,565 –> 00:57:07,565
(ALL SCREAMING)

1049
00:57:07,567 –> 00:57:08,900
(LAUGHS)

1050
00:57:08,902 –> 00:57:10,268
(HORN HONKS)

1051
00:57:10,270 –> 00:57:12,471
(SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1052
00:57:12,473 –> 00:57:13,974
GIRL: Go!

1053
00:57:14,775 –> 00:57:16,677
(SIRENS WAILING)

1054
00:57:22,317 –> 00:57:24,149
WOMAN: Look out, look out! Ah!

1055
00:57:24,151 –> 00:57:26,785
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1056
00:57:26,787 –> 00:57:28,187
MAN: What’s going on?

1057
00:57:28,189 –> 00:57:30,925
There! Let’s take
the alley. It’s empty.

1058
00:57:34,896 –> 00:57:36,561
Wait, wait!

1059
00:57:36,563 –> 00:57:39,198
We need to read the book
and see how we can end this.

1060
00:57:39,200 –> 00:57:41,868
Let me see.

1061
00:57:41,870 –> 00:57:44,570
“It was nearly Halloween
in the town of Wardenclyffe…”

1062
00:57:44,572 –> 00:57:46,739
Blah, blah, blah. Here!

1063
00:57:46,741 –> 00:57:48,475
“His revenge
was to create a family

1064
00:57:48,477 –> 00:57:51,177
by bringing Halloween to life,
but that wasn’t enough.”

1065
00:57:51,179 –> 00:57:53,147
That seems like
plenty of revenge to me.

1066
00:57:53,149 –> 00:57:56,584
“Because he wanted more than
a family. He wanted a mother.

1067
00:57:59,288 –> 00:58:01,390
His plan was to…”

1068
00:58:02,624 –> 00:58:04,224
Was to what?
Keep reading.

1069
00:58:04,226 –> 00:58:05,859
I-I-I can’t.

1070
00:58:05,861 –> 00:58:10,464
That was the last page.
It’s an unfinished manuscript.

1071
00:58:10,466 –> 00:58:12,234
What?

1072
00:58:13,537 –> 00:58:14,937
Okay, great.
What do we do now?

1073
00:58:16,172 –> 00:58:18,038
Slappy’s gonna go after Mom.

1074
00:58:18,040 –> 00:58:21,309
That book is the only thing
we have to stop him.

1075
00:58:21,311 –> 00:58:23,644
We have to go to
the nursing home and save her.

1076
00:58:23,646 –> 00:58:25,579
Mom’s not at
the nursing home.

1077
00:58:25,581 –> 00:58:27,681
Where is she?

1078
00:58:27,683 –> 00:58:30,885
– On her way home to save us.
– What?

1079
00:58:30,887 –> 00:58:33,288
She called while we were
attacked by gummy bears.

1080
00:58:33,290 –> 00:58:35,056
Why answer
at a time like that?

1081
00:58:35,058 –> 00:58:38,193
Maybe because unlike you, Sarah,
I pick up Mom’s phone calls.

1082
00:58:38,195 –> 00:58:39,594
Really Guilt trip much?

1083
00:58:39,596 –> 00:58:41,763
We need to find your mom
before Slappy does.

1084
00:58:41,765 –> 00:58:43,466
Now, come on,
let’s go!

1085
00:58:43,468 –> 00:58:45,403
(♪♪♪)

1086
00:58:47,472 –> 00:58:50,573
Your woodworking skills
are impressive.

1087
00:58:50,575 –> 00:58:51,806
Yes.

1088
00:58:51,808 –> 00:58:53,975
This will do nicely.

1089
00:58:53,977 –> 00:58:56,845
Oh, I used to manage
a hardware store.

1090
00:58:56,847 –> 00:58:59,781
– Walter. Focus, please.
– Yes.

1091
00:58:59,783 –> 00:59:05,087
Now tell my monsters to get me
Mama and get me that book.

1092
00:59:05,089 –> 00:59:07,623
Yeah. Yes.

1093
00:59:07,625 –> 00:59:09,561
SARAH: Run!
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1094
00:59:12,864 –> 00:59:14,296
SAM: Duck!
(ALL SNARLING)

1095
00:59:14,298 –> 00:59:15,733
Look out!

1096
00:59:19,737 –> 00:59:22,239
(SPIDER ROARING)

1097
00:59:22,241 –> 00:59:23,408
What the…?

1098
00:59:25,144 –> 00:59:26,445
SONNY: That’s Mr. Peters!

1099
00:59:27,980 –> 00:59:29,779
(SIREN CHIRPING)

1100
00:59:29,781 –> 00:59:32,249
MAN 1: Nice doggy.
MAN 2: It’s right behind you!

1101
00:59:32,251 –> 00:59:34,017
MAN 1: Ah! Not on my leg!

1102
00:59:34,019 –> 00:59:37,254
KATHY: Help!

1103
00:59:37,256 –> 00:59:40,157
That’s Mom! That’s Mom!
Come on!

1104
00:59:40,159 –> 00:59:41,992
PIRATE: You bunch of scallywags!

1105
00:59:41,994 –> 00:59:43,660
KATHY: Kids, watch out!

1106
00:59:43,662 –> 00:59:44,830
(ALL YELL)

1107
00:59:46,698 –> 00:59:47,866
Behind you!

1108
00:59:53,805 –> 00:59:56,274
(SPIDER ROARING)

1109
00:59:56,276 –> 00:59:58,342
Okay, now’s our chance.

1110
00:59:58,344 –> 01:00:00,311
Give me the book.
I’m gonna protect Mom.

1111
01:00:00,313 –> 01:00:02,613
You get the ladder
and meet me at that tree.

1112
01:00:02,615 –> 01:00:04,484
– Wait till it’s safe, then go.
– Okay.

1113
01:00:06,487 –> 01:00:07,655
(GROANS)

1114
01:00:11,358 –> 01:00:12,859
(SKELETON YELLS)

1115
01:00:15,828 –> 01:00:17,462
(GASPS)

1116
01:00:17,464 –> 01:00:19,233
Okay, okay.

1117
01:00:24,171 –> 01:00:26,672
(WAILING)

1118
01:00:26,674 –> 01:00:30,809
Oh, my God! We’re all gonna die!
Run for your life! Ah!

1119
01:00:30,811 –> 01:00:32,744
(CRYING)
Oh, my God.

1120
01:00:32,746 –> 01:00:34,846
Oops. Not a monster.

1121
01:00:34,848 –> 01:00:36,248
SAM: All right, let’s go!

1122
01:00:36,250 –> 01:00:37,749
Come on!

1123
01:00:37,751 –> 01:00:39,251
Halt!

1124
01:00:39,253 –> 01:00:41,987
My orders are
to guard this porch!

1125
01:00:41,989 –> 01:00:43,223
No way.

1126
01:00:43,225 –> 01:00:44,856
You like carving pumpkins,
huh?

1127
01:00:44,858 –> 01:00:46,858
Look what you did
to poor Terry.

1128
01:00:46,860 –> 01:00:49,028
Hiya! I’m round.

1129
01:00:49,030 –> 01:00:51,199
Sergeant Squash,
open fire.

1130
01:00:53,368 –> 01:00:55,068
Oh. Ow!

1131
01:00:55,070 –> 01:00:56,871
(GRUNTING)

1132
01:01:03,078 –> 01:01:04,744
We need to find
another way in!

1133
01:01:04,746 –> 01:01:06,714
No. This is my house.

1134
01:01:06,716 –> 01:01:08,684
SERGEANT: I’m hit! Medic!

1135
01:01:09,985 –> 01:01:11,552
What are you doing?
Put me down!

1136
01:01:11,554 –> 01:01:13,187
Hiya! Happy Easter.

1137
01:01:13,189 –> 01:01:14,588
– No, no!
TERRY: Ugh!

1138
01:01:14,590 –> 01:01:17,057
Yes! Let’s go.

1139
01:01:17,059 –> 01:01:20,027
Sarah, I was so worried.
Are you okay?

1140
01:01:20,029 –> 01:01:21,395
I’m fine.
Just hang tight.

1141
01:01:21,397 –> 01:01:23,364
I’m gonna get you down.
I promise.

1142
01:01:23,366 –> 01:01:24,865
I just need you to trust me.

1143
01:01:24,867 –> 01:01:27,034
KATHY: Don’t worry about me. Run. Hide!

1144
01:01:27,036 –> 01:01:28,871
Ghost at 11 o’clock!

1145
01:01:31,107 –> 01:01:34,110
No, no, no! Get back here!

1146
01:01:37,547 –> 01:01:38,814
(YELLS)

1147
01:01:40,250 –> 01:01:42,717
SARAH: That’s my book! Ah!

1148
01:01:42,719 –> 01:01:44,121
We gotta go.

1149
01:01:46,056 –> 01:01:49,291
(SARAH SCREAMING)

1150
01:01:49,293 –> 01:01:52,227
Sarah!
Sarah, let go of that ghost!

1151
01:01:52,229 –> 01:01:54,764
Do not let go
of that ghost!

1152
01:01:54,766 –> 01:01:55,932
(SCREAMS)

1153
01:01:58,736 –> 01:02:01,236
– You okay?
– No, that ghost took the book.

1154
01:02:01,238 –> 01:02:02,406
(SPIDER ROARS)

1155
01:02:04,742 –> 01:02:07,208
SONNY: Mom!
– Oh, kids. Help!

1156
01:02:07,210 –> 01:02:08,778
No, no, no!

1157
01:02:08,780 –> 01:02:10,879
– Sarah!
SARAH: Mom!

1158
01:02:10,881 –> 01:02:14,216
(KATHY SCREAMING)

1159
01:02:14,218 –> 01:02:16,585
SONNY: It’s heading for the Tesla lab.

1160
01:02:16,587 –> 01:02:18,220
Slappy brought
the tower to life.

1161
01:02:18,222 –> 01:02:19,622
That’s why
this is happening.

1162
01:02:19,624 –> 01:02:20,925
We have to stop him.

1163
01:02:22,260 –> 01:02:24,795
Uh, guys?

1164
01:02:24,797 –> 01:02:26,197
(ALL SNARLING, HISSING)

1165
01:02:27,566 –> 01:02:29,733
Sonny, what do we do?

1166
01:02:29,735 –> 01:02:31,336
I don’t know.
You’re the older one.

1167
01:02:32,471 –> 01:02:34,707
(ALL SCREAMING)

1168
01:02:35,940 –> 01:02:37,509
No, no, no.
It’s me, Mr. Chu!

1169
01:02:38,544 –> 01:02:40,042
Mr. Chu?

1170
01:02:40,044 –> 01:02:43,879
Shh! Follow me!
To the basement now!

1171
01:02:43,881 –> 01:02:45,615
Don’t ruin the Mylar.

1172
01:02:45,617 –> 01:02:48,153
I’m saving it for next year.
Go, go, go.

1173
01:02:49,823 –> 01:02:51,823
(♪♪♪)

1174
01:02:51,825 –> 01:02:53,727
(ENGINE REVVING)

1175
01:02:55,461 –> 01:02:57,060
Let me get this straight.

1176
01:02:57,062 –> 01:03:00,565
We are living a Goosebumps
story right now?

1177
01:03:00,567 –> 01:03:02,232
Okay, clearly you’re a fan.

1178
01:03:02,234 –> 01:03:04,369
This is the greatest thing
I’ve ever heard!

1179
01:03:04,371 –> 01:03:07,271
Hold on. Let me guess, let me
guess, let me guess. Um…

1180
01:03:07,273 –> 01:03:08,806
Monster Blood.

1181
01:03:08,808 –> 01:03:11,776
No, too on the nose.
Yeah, you’re right. Um…

1182
01:03:11,778 –> 01:03:14,679
The Scarecrow Walks
at Midnight.

1183
01:03:14,681 –> 01:03:16,881
No. Haunted Halloween.

1184
01:03:16,883 –> 01:03:20,118
I don’t know that one.
How does it end?

1185
01:03:20,120 –> 01:03:21,953
That’s the problem.

1186
01:03:21,955 –> 01:03:23,454
It doesn’t.

1187
01:03:23,456 –> 01:03:25,358
(THUNDER RUMBLES)
(COIL CRACKLING)

1188
01:03:29,329 –> 01:03:31,231
(MUFFLED GRUNTING)

1189
01:03:32,500 –> 01:03:33,866
Mm! Mm!

1190
01:03:33,868 –> 01:03:35,467
Hello, Mama.

1191
01:03:35,469 –> 01:03:37,236
Remember me?

1192
01:03:37,238 –> 01:03:39,405
You put me on your lap.

1193
01:03:39,407 –> 01:03:41,774
Put those cute words
in my mouth.

1194
01:03:41,776 –> 01:03:45,544
What was it you called me?
“Bobo” Ha-ha-ha.

1195
01:03:45,546 –> 01:03:47,579
Can’t talk?

1196
01:03:47,581 –> 01:03:49,515
Don’t you worry.

1197
01:03:49,517 –> 01:03:53,452
From now on, I’ll do
the talking for both of us.

1198
01:03:53,454 –> 01:03:55,622
(SLAPPY & WALTER CACKLE)

1199
01:03:55,624 –> 01:03:58,926
I’m gonna make you
so proud, Mama.

1200
01:04:00,762 –> 01:04:03,563
Onarrak unolom

1201
01:04:03,565 –> 01:04:05,365
amol

1202
01:04:05,367 –> 01:04:07,367
annodo irram

1203
01:04:07,369 –> 01:04:09,001
urrak.

1204
01:04:09,003 –> 01:04:11,104
(KATHY WHIMPERING)

1205
01:04:11,106 –> 01:04:13,072
(LAUGHING)
– It’s working.

1206
01:04:13,074 –> 01:04:14,543
Yes.

1207
01:04:17,112 –> 01:04:19,780
(CACKLES)

1208
01:04:19,782 –> 01:04:21,114
(IMITATES EXPLOSION)

1209
01:04:21,116 –> 01:04:24,050
My mind is literally
blown right now.

1210
01:04:24,052 –> 01:04:27,253
I mean, we get to finish
our Goosebumps story!

1211
01:04:27,255 –> 01:04:29,623
This isn’t a creative-writing
exercise, Mr. Chu.

1212
01:04:29,625 –> 01:04:31,425
Slappy has our mom!

1213
01:04:31,427 –> 01:04:34,462
Yeah, and then you get to
save your mom. It’s Chapter 22:

1214
01:04:34,464 –> 01:04:37,531
“The kids save their mom
from the demonic dummy.”

1215
01:04:37,533 –> 01:04:39,834
Well, the only thing
I had to save my mom

1216
01:04:39,836 –> 01:04:42,636
was that book,
and I lost it. So…

1217
01:04:42,638 –> 01:04:45,172
Sarah. This is not
your fault.

1218
01:04:45,174 –> 01:04:46,974
If anything, it’s my fault.

1219
01:04:46,976 –> 01:04:49,845
I’m the one who found the book
and brought Slappy to life.

1220
01:04:49,847 –> 01:04:51,580
And I even told Slappy
about Tesla.

1221
01:04:51,582 –> 01:04:53,515
Mom trusted me to
take care of you guys,

1222
01:04:53,517 –> 01:04:55,484
and I told her
I would save her.

1223
01:04:55,486 –> 01:04:57,286
I failed.

1224
01:04:58,822 –> 01:05:00,689
I know I always say that
I can’t wait

1225
01:05:00,691 –> 01:05:03,492
to go to college
and get started on my real life,

1226
01:05:03,494 –> 01:05:05,796
but you guys are my life.

1227
01:05:07,998 –> 01:05:10,232
This is a classic
Goosebumps moment.

1228
01:05:10,234 –> 01:05:12,067
Do you remember
Say Cheese and Die…?

1229
01:05:12,069 –> 01:05:14,069
– This is real life, Chu!
– Okay.

1230
01:05:14,071 –> 01:05:17,773
Guys, Slappy is using the Tesla
Tower to power Halloween.

1231
01:05:17,775 –> 01:05:19,441
If I can get in there,
maybe I can

1232
01:05:19,443 –> 01:05:21,076
shut it off,
and we can save Mom.

1233
01:05:21,078 –> 01:05:22,745
But there’s
monsters everywhere.

1234
01:05:22,747 –> 01:05:24,279
How are we gonna
get past them?

1235
01:05:24,281 –> 01:05:25,781
Easy.

1236
01:05:25,783 –> 01:05:27,249
Camouflage.

1237
01:05:27,251 –> 01:05:28,686
(♪♪♪)

1238
01:05:30,153 –> 01:05:31,990
Welcome to my crafts lab.

1239
01:05:33,258 –> 01:05:35,124
Wow.

1240
01:05:35,126 –> 01:05:39,262
Steady on my grind and got no
Time for playing games

1241
01:05:39,264 –> 01:05:43,065
Money on my mind, I’m kicking
As I’m taking names

1242
01:05:43,067 –> 01:05:45,301
The heat is on
Get out the kitchen

1243
01:05:45,303 –> 01:05:47,169
If you can’t handle
The flames

1244
01:05:47,171 –> 01:05:49,405
I’m hustling
I was born to win

1245
01:05:49,407 –> 01:05:51,307
Ain’t never gonna change

1246
01:05:51,309 –> 01:05:55,579
Let me tell you now
I don’t know how

1247
01:05:55,581 –> 01:05:59,983
But the whole world’s
Gonna know my name

1248
01:05:59,985 –> 01:06:03,654
Just wait and see
They gon’ talk about me

1249
01:06:03,656 –> 01:06:06,757
Things ain’t never
Gon’ be the same

1250
01:06:06,759 –> 01:06:08,492
Are you ready

1251
01:06:08,494 –> 01:06:10,762
Are you ready

1252
01:06:10,764 –> 01:06:14,799
Better make way
‘Cause I’m coming through

1253
01:06:14,801 –> 01:06:16,668
Are you ready for me

1254
01:06:16,670 –> 01:06:19,136
Are you ready for me

1255
01:06:19,138 –> 01:06:23,541
You know I’m gonna be
Legendary

1256
01:06:23,543 –> 01:06:25,543
(ALL SNARLING)

1257
01:06:25,545 –> 01:06:27,179
Jeez,
they’re still everywhere.

1258
01:06:29,583 –> 01:06:31,384
It’s actually working.

1259
01:06:32,852 –> 01:06:34,852
Come on. We gotta
get to that tower.

1260
01:06:34,854 –> 01:06:36,756
(♪♪♪)

1261
01:06:40,427 –> 01:06:42,427
SONNY: I can’t believe
we’re really here.

1262
01:06:42,429 –> 01:06:44,128
I can barely see
out of this thing.

1263
01:06:44,130 –> 01:06:45,864
Is it cool?
Is it awesome?

1264
01:06:45,866 –> 01:06:48,366
(WHISPERING)
Hey, fanboy. Let’s focus.

1265
01:06:48,368 –> 01:06:49,670
Right. Sorry.

1266
01:06:51,706 –> 01:06:53,674
Let’s go.

1267
01:07:02,450 –> 01:07:03,984
(SNARLING)

1268
01:07:03,986 –> 01:07:05,284
(ALL GASP)

1269
01:07:05,286 –> 01:07:06,787
(GRUNTS)

1270
01:07:11,960 –> 01:07:14,596
SARAH: (SOFTLY)
Don’t. Move.

1271
01:07:18,033 –> 01:07:19,935
(GRUNTS)

1272
01:07:23,204 –> 01:07:24,906
Come on, let’s go.
Come on!

1273
01:07:36,986 –> 01:07:38,418
Look at this place.

1274
01:07:38,420 –> 01:07:40,620
SARAH: It’s so creepy.

1275
01:07:40,622 –> 01:07:42,190
Stay close.

1276
01:07:43,760 –> 01:07:45,662
(CHITTERING)

1277
01:07:49,432 –> 01:07:51,766
SAM: No wonder Tesla
abandoned this place.

1278
01:07:51,768 –> 01:07:58,439
Shh, shh, shh.
Do you hear that?

1279
01:07:58,441 –> 01:07:59,975
(SHRIEKING)

1280
01:07:59,977 –> 01:08:01,244
(YELLING)

1281
01:08:07,885 –> 01:08:09,318
Come on.

1282
01:08:13,891 –> 01:08:15,891
(MONSTER GROANS)

1283
01:08:15,893 –> 01:08:18,192
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1284
01:08:18,194 –> 01:08:19,863
(♪♪♪)

1285
01:08:30,175 –> 01:08:32,077
(GIRL SCREAMING)

1286
01:08:35,046 –> 01:08:36,344
STINE: Oh, no.

1287
01:08:36,346 –> 01:08:40,116
Not Haunted Halloween.

1288
01:08:40,118 –> 01:08:41,686
(DEATH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1289
01:08:42,954 –> 01:08:44,821
(GIRLS SCREAMING)

1290
01:08:44,823 –> 01:08:47,792
Oh, my writing was
so cliché back then.

1291
01:08:51,730 –> 01:08:55,565
I knew it! I knew I came up
with that first.

1292
01:08:55,567 –> 01:08:57,867
(SIREN WAILS)

1293
01:08:57,869 –> 01:09:01,370
That clever little dummy’s
writing his own ending.

1294
01:09:01,372 –> 01:09:03,239
Not in my book,
he’s not.

1295
01:09:03,241 –> 01:09:05,508
(BOTH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1296
01:09:05,510 –> 01:09:07,213
Oh, gnomes.

1297
01:09:08,714 –> 01:09:10,180
Don’t you dare.

1298
01:09:10,182 –> 01:09:11,414
Stay.

1299
01:09:11,416 –> 01:09:13,919
Ow! Son of a… Ah!

1300
01:09:15,286 –> 01:09:17,187
(WITCHES SHRIEKING)

1301
01:09:17,189 –> 01:09:19,456
Oh, witches!

1302
01:09:19,458 –> 01:09:21,859
Get away, witches!

1303
01:09:21,861 –> 01:09:24,764
(ENGINE REVS)

1304
01:09:26,432 –> 01:09:29,602
SAM: Guys, do you hear that?
– Shh!

1305
01:09:33,106 –> 01:09:34,371
Wow.

1306
01:09:34,373 –> 01:09:36,943
SARAH: Whoa.

1307
01:09:37,778 –> 01:09:40,512
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

1308
01:09:40,514 –> 01:09:42,247
Welcome.

1309
01:09:42,249 –> 01:09:44,384
Slappy.

1310
01:09:46,052 –> 01:09:47,287
(GRUNTING)

1311
01:09:49,422 –> 01:09:51,322
– Walter?
(GRUNTS)

1312
01:09:51,324 –> 01:09:53,025
Where’s my mother?

1313
01:09:53,027 –> 01:09:56,130
Don’t you mean our mother?

1314
01:10:00,835 –> 01:10:03,769
(IN RASPY VOICE)
There’s my sweet little babies.

1315
01:10:03,771 –> 01:10:07,072
I just love a family reunion.

1316
01:10:07,074 –> 01:10:10,308
– Mom.
– What did you do?

1317
01:10:10,310 –> 01:10:12,411
(ALL GASP)

1318
01:10:12,413 –> 01:10:14,413
SLAPPY: I had a papa once!

1319
01:10:14,415 –> 01:10:16,348
He let me down.

1320
01:10:16,350 –> 01:10:19,252
But a mother’s love
is forever.

1321
01:10:19,254 –> 01:10:21,054
Turn her back now,
you psycho!

1322
01:10:21,056 –> 01:10:22,788
Oh, should I?

1323
01:10:22,790 –> 01:10:27,393
Unfortunately,
I have other plans.

1324
01:10:27,395 –> 01:10:29,428
Walter!
The book, please.

1325
01:10:29,430 –> 01:10:30,598
Yes.

1326
01:10:32,600 –> 01:10:34,134
This book.

1327
01:10:34,136 –> 01:10:36,102
Go prepare the tower!

1328
01:10:36,104 –> 01:10:38,138
(GROWLS)

1329
01:10:38,140 –> 01:10:40,440
I’m going to do what
Stine couldn’t:

1330
01:10:40,442 –> 01:10:43,743
Finish this book,
once and for all.

1331
01:10:43,745 –> 01:10:45,647
(BOTH CACKLING)

1332
01:10:49,451 –> 01:10:52,220
(CHUCKLES)
Spoiler alert:

1333
01:10:52,222 –> 01:10:54,989
The manuscript gets destroyed
in that tower,

1334
01:10:54,991 –> 01:10:58,491
and my Halloween family
lasts forever!

1335
01:10:58,493 –> 01:11:01,696
Mama,
babysit the children for me.

1336
01:11:01,698 –> 01:11:03,496
Yes, dear.

1337
01:11:03,498 –> 01:11:05,666
We can’t let him
destroy that book.

1338
01:11:05,668 –> 01:11:09,439
Sonny, turn this thing off.
I’m going after Slappy.

1339
01:11:12,041 –> 01:11:14,141
Just you and me now,
Slappy.

1340
01:11:14,143 –> 01:11:19,181
Can’t hear you. I’m too far
ahead of you. Hee-hee-hee!

1341
01:11:19,183 –> 01:11:22,050
SONNY: This is amperage
and this is voltage?

1342
01:11:22,052 –> 01:11:23,886
None of these cables
make any sense.

1343
01:11:23,888 –> 01:11:25,787
What about here?
Start pulling levers.

1344
01:11:25,789 –> 01:11:28,156
– No, no, Sam, don’t!
– Ah!

1345
01:11:28,158 –> 01:11:30,526
Slappy booby-trapped
all this stuff.

1346
01:11:39,803 –> 01:11:41,570
(GASPS)

1347
01:11:41,572 –> 01:11:45,409
Careful, Sarah. It’d be a shame
to fall from that height.

1348
01:11:46,510 –> 01:11:48,311
(WITCH SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

1349
01:11:48,313 –> 01:11:49,713
(YELLS)

1350
01:11:53,318 –> 01:11:55,417
Plenty more
where that came from.

1351
01:11:55,419 –> 01:11:57,419
(CACKLES)

1352
01:11:57,421 –> 01:11:59,758
Come on, Sonny,
turn this thing off.

1353
01:12:01,593 –> 01:12:04,093
Oh, no. Sonny hurry up.

1354
01:12:04,095 –> 01:12:05,828
Slappy’s at the top.
Do something.

1355
01:12:05,830 –> 01:12:07,230
I can’t do it, Sam.

1356
01:12:07,232 –> 01:12:09,732
Come on, Sonny.
You are the smartest kid I know.

1357
01:12:09,734 –> 01:12:12,269
Sam, I couldn’t even do
my little science project.

1358
01:12:12,271 –> 01:12:13,536
Slappy did that.

1359
01:12:13,538 –> 01:12:14,973
And even that one shorted out.

1360
01:12:18,044 –> 01:12:20,443
Wait. That’s it.

1361
01:12:20,445 –> 01:12:24,248
We turn it up. All the way up.
We blow the fuse.

1362
01:12:24,250 –> 01:12:26,016
– Yes!
– The fuse is over there.

1363
01:12:26,018 –> 01:12:27,920
(♪♪♪)

1364
01:12:31,357 –> 01:12:36,527
And now to finish this story
and destroy the town.

1365
01:12:36,529 –> 01:12:37,964
(GRUNTS)

1366
01:12:39,098 –> 01:12:40,267
No!

1367
01:12:42,102 –> 01:12:44,568
What do you think
you’re doing?

1368
01:12:44,570 –> 01:12:46,237
Writing my own ending.

1369
01:12:46,239 –> 01:12:47,738
Spoiler alert:
I save the town

1370
01:12:47,740 –> 01:12:49,309
and put you back
where you belong.

1371
01:12:52,112 –> 01:12:53,912
(GRUNTING)

1372
01:12:53,914 –> 01:12:55,612
SLAPPY: What’s the matter?

1373
01:12:55,614 –> 01:12:57,749
Writer’s block?

1374
01:12:57,751 –> 01:12:59,184
Again?

1375
01:12:59,186 –> 01:13:00,819
– Grab that lever. Yes.
– This one?

1376
01:13:00,821 –> 01:13:03,154
On my count,
we push up at the same time.

1377
01:13:03,156 –> 01:13:04,825
Ready Go!

1378
01:13:07,094 –> 01:13:08,229
(ALARM SOUNDING)

1379
01:13:16,337 –> 01:13:17,769
Give me the book.

1380
01:13:17,771 –> 01:13:19,040
(GRUNTING)

1381
01:13:20,975 –> 01:13:23,275
You’re not gonna
get this book, Slappy.

1382
01:13:23,277 –> 01:13:26,312
I have a friend
who might think otherwise.

1383
01:13:26,314 –> 01:13:27,982
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1384
01:13:29,283 –> 01:13:30,983
(SARAH YELLS)

1385
01:13:30,985 –> 01:13:32,887
(BALLOONS POPPING)

1386
01:13:36,425 –> 01:13:38,960
Nowhere else to run, sis!

1387
01:13:43,198 –> 01:13:46,732
Fine. You win, Slappy.

1388
01:13:46,734 –> 01:13:49,602
I’ll give you the book,
but you gotta turn my mom back.

1389
01:13:49,604 –> 01:13:51,140
Deal.

1390
01:13:56,445 –> 01:13:59,746
It all ends
Slappily ever after.

1391
01:13:59,748 –> 01:14:01,314
(CACKLES)

1392
01:14:01,316 –> 01:14:04,017
You forgot one thing:

1393
01:14:04,019 –> 01:14:05,919
Never judge a book
by its cover.

1394
01:14:05,921 –> 01:14:07,723
What?

1395
01:14:09,024 –> 01:14:10,324
No!

1396
01:14:10,326 –> 01:14:12,228
(BOTH YELL)

1397
01:14:17,934 –> 01:14:19,736
(GROANING)

1398
01:14:23,773 –> 01:14:25,942
(ALL GRUNTING)

1399
01:14:31,214 –> 01:14:33,415
(NORMALLY)
Sonny, what’s happening?

1400
01:14:33,417 –> 01:14:34,584
Mom.

1401
01:14:35,919 –> 01:14:37,854
We need to get out of here!

1402
01:14:39,756 –> 01:14:42,026
(SCREAMING)

1403
01:14:48,365 –> 01:14:50,267
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1404
01:15:14,758 –> 01:15:16,660
(YELLING)

1405
01:15:23,168 –> 01:15:24,537
(GROANING)

1406
01:15:28,574 –> 01:15:30,476
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1407
01:15:34,980 –> 01:15:36,580
(YELLS)

1408
01:15:36,582 –> 01:15:38,715
It’s working!

1409
01:15:38,717 –> 01:15:39,919
Go, kids!

1410
01:15:41,786 –> 01:15:43,122
(BRAKES SQUEAL)

1411
01:15:57,069 –> 01:15:58,470
(WOLF HOWLS)

1412
01:15:58,472 –> 01:16:00,039
(GROANING)

1413
01:16:08,515 –> 01:16:10,417
(PANTING)

1414
01:16:21,361 –> 01:16:22,696
Hello?

1415
01:16:23,997 –> 01:16:25,730
Someone called for me?

1416
01:16:25,732 –> 01:16:29,402
KATHY: Sarah Oh! Oh…
– Mom!

1417
01:16:29,404 –> 01:16:31,137
STINE: Hello?

1418
01:16:31,139 –> 01:16:33,472
I got your message.
I’m here.

1419
01:16:33,474 –> 01:16:35,675
Don’t worry.
Everything’s going to be okay.

1420
01:16:35,677 –> 01:16:38,010
I need typing paper,
a thesaurus,

1421
01:16:38,012 –> 01:16:40,112
Diet Coke,
and a quiet place to compose.

1422
01:16:40,114 –> 01:16:43,883
Preferably in a comfortable
chair with lumbar support.

1423
01:16:43,885 –> 01:16:46,687
Are you R.L. Stine?

1424
01:16:46,689 –> 01:16:49,623
Me No, I’m Dr. Seuss.
R.L. Stine was unavailable.

1425
01:16:49,625 –> 01:16:51,059
Yes, of course,
I’m R.L. Stine!

1426
01:16:52,827 –> 01:16:55,698
Then I guess this
belongs to you.

1427
01:16:56,632 –> 01:16:58,332
Don’t open it.

1428
01:16:58,334 –> 01:17:00,334
(GASPS)

1429
01:17:00,336 –> 01:17:02,735
My first book.

1430
01:17:02,737 –> 01:17:04,504
(SCOFFS)

1431
01:17:04,506 –> 01:17:08,175
You realize I wrote this
when I was around your age.

1432
01:17:08,177 –> 01:17:12,012
More of an amateur work, really,
but I am sure you’ll all agree

1433
01:17:12,014 –> 01:17:15,217
it shows the undeniable promise
of a brilliant young writer.

1434
01:17:16,352 –> 01:17:17,884
Why do you have
a typewriter?

1435
01:17:17,886 –> 01:17:20,254
I was going to
save you with it,

1436
01:17:20,256 –> 01:17:22,956
although it appears you found
a way to save yourselves.

1437
01:17:22,958 –> 01:17:25,693
– A typewriter?
– It’s been done before.

1438
01:17:25,695 –> 01:17:27,295
Once before.

1439
01:17:27,297 –> 01:17:29,230
Maybe twice.

1440
01:17:29,232 –> 01:17:30,964
Maybe more.

1441
01:17:30,966 –> 01:17:32,899
WALTER: Kathy?

1442
01:17:32,901 –> 01:17:35,203
Walter, manager
at Fred’s Pharmacy.

1443
01:17:35,205 –> 01:17:36,437
It’s nice to see you.

1444
01:17:36,439 –> 01:17:38,573
Hi. It’s nice to
see you too.

1445
01:17:38,575 –> 01:17:40,141
What are you doing here?

1446
01:17:40,143 –> 01:17:41,576
I don’t know.

1447
01:17:41,578 –> 01:17:43,945
Walter! Walter!
You got turned into a monster.

1448
01:17:43,947 –> 01:17:46,615
You were big, green, ugly.
You were Slappy’s henchman!

1449
01:17:46,617 –> 01:17:48,983
Weather patterns.
Very strange weather patterns.

1450
01:17:48,985 –> 01:17:51,152
But I think everything’s
back to normal now.

1451
01:17:51,154 –> 01:17:54,155
Fine. Okay, yeah,
the weather has been weird.

1452
01:17:54,157 –> 01:17:55,724
It’s true. Okay, thanks.

1453
01:17:55,726 –> 01:17:57,559
KATHY: What happened to your shirt?

1454
01:17:57,561 –> 01:17:59,094
WALTER: I don’t know.

1455
01:17:59,096 –> 01:18:01,063
(IN PIG LATIN)
Ixnay on the onsters-may.

1456
01:18:01,065 –> 01:18:03,065
– Go ahead, ollow-fay.
SONNY: What?

1457
01:18:03,067 –> 01:18:05,267
(IN ENGLISH)
Means “follow.” Pig Latin.

1458
01:18:05,269 –> 01:18:08,304
Oh, the youth today.

1459
01:18:08,306 –> 01:18:10,439
WALTER: So funny running into you.

1460
01:18:10,441 –> 01:18:14,276
Right I always hoped we’d run
into each other outside of work.

1461
01:18:14,278 –> 01:18:15,545
WALTER: Yeah, me too.

1462
01:18:15,547 –> 01:18:18,080
Hey, if you’re not
busy next week,

1463
01:18:18,082 –> 01:18:20,049
would you wanna
have some dinner?

1464
01:18:20,051 –> 01:18:22,719
– Yeah. Yeah, heh, heh.
– Yeah That’s awesome.

1465
01:18:22,721 –> 01:18:25,255
So they don’t remember
what happened to them?

1466
01:18:25,257 –> 01:18:26,623
The transmutation process

1467
01:18:26,625 –> 01:18:28,625
seems to have wiped
their memories clean.

1468
01:18:28,627 –> 01:18:31,127
All those who were affected
won’t remember a thing.

1469
01:18:31,129 –> 01:18:32,998
(TOMMY SCREAMS)

1470
01:18:38,437 –> 01:18:39,871
Tommy?

1471
01:18:41,574 –> 01:18:44,608
SAM: Are you okay?
– Oh, my God. Guys.

1472
01:18:44,610 –> 01:18:46,610
I had this crazy dream.

1473
01:18:46,612 –> 01:18:49,313
I’m so glad to see you.

1474
01:18:49,315 –> 01:18:51,782
You know, can’t believe
I’m saying this,

1475
01:18:51,784 –> 01:18:53,850
but I’m glad
to see you too, Tommy.

1476
01:18:53,852 –> 01:18:56,354
Kids falling
from the sky.

1477
01:18:56,356 –> 01:18:58,624
My work here is done.

1478
01:19:01,694 –> 01:19:03,361
I’m a writer too.

1479
01:19:03,363 –> 01:19:07,865
Well, an aspiring,
very stuck writer at the moment.

1480
01:19:07,867 –> 01:19:09,533
My condolences.

1481
01:19:09,535 –> 01:19:11,969
All the horrors
in the world can’t compare

1482
01:19:11,971 –> 01:19:14,508
to the terrors
of the blank page.

1483
01:19:17,143 –> 01:19:20,512
Um, any advice
on college essays?

1484
01:19:20,514 –> 01:19:23,582
Well, first rule of writing:
write what you know.

1485
01:19:23,584 –> 01:19:25,317
Thirty years,
and I couldn’t figure out

1486
01:19:25,319 –> 01:19:26,585
how this book should end.

1487
01:19:26,587 –> 01:19:27,986
And somehow you figured out

1488
01:19:27,988 –> 01:19:29,356
how to finish it
in one night.

1489
01:19:30,758 –> 01:19:32,557
I believe in you.

1490
01:19:32,559 –> 01:19:35,227
(ENGINE STARTS)

1491
01:19:35,229 –> 01:19:37,131
(♪♪♪)

1492
01:19:39,500 –> 01:19:42,236
Hm. “Write what you know.”

1493
01:19:43,705 –> 01:19:45,671
SARAH: Recount a time in your life

1494
01:19:45,673 –> 01:19:48,608
when you faced a fear,
challenge or failure.

1495
01:19:48,610 –> 01:19:51,009
I think most of us
are afraid

1496
01:19:51,011 –> 01:19:53,212
that we don’t have
a story to tell.

1497
01:19:53,214 –> 01:19:56,182
That there’s nothing
special about us.

1498
01:19:56,184 –> 01:19:59,051
And then a moment comes
when you least expect it

1499
01:19:59,053 –> 01:20:00,854
where you have to step up,

1500
01:20:00,856 –> 01:20:03,022
no matter
how terrified you are.

1501
01:20:03,024 –> 01:20:04,424
But what
I’ve learned is that

1502
01:20:04,426 –> 01:20:06,058
it’s good to be scared
sometimes.

1503
01:20:06,060 –> 01:20:08,428
Scared of losing
the people we love.

1504
01:20:08,430 –> 01:20:11,130
– Stop, stop!
– It’s a ventriloquist dummy.

1505
01:20:11,132 –> 01:20:13,032
– Oh.
– Really?

1506
01:20:13,034 –> 01:20:14,601
– That’s not funny, Mom.
– Too soon.

1507
01:20:14,603 –> 01:20:16,202
No, I like it.

1508
01:20:16,204 –> 01:20:18,205
Congratulations,
Sonny.

1509
01:20:18,207 –> 01:20:20,072
Thank you so much,
Principal Harrison.

1510
01:20:20,074 –> 01:20:22,609
SARAH: Or scared of not
achieving our dreams.

1511
01:20:22,611 –> 01:20:24,411
Because those moments
remind us

1512
01:20:24,413 –> 01:20:26,680
just how special
our stories really are.

1513
01:20:26,682 –> 01:20:28,317
– Here’s to us.
– Indeed.

1514
01:20:31,387 –> 01:20:34,388
– Hey, Sarah!
– Hi, Mr. Chu.

1515
01:20:34,390 –> 01:20:35,759
CHU: Watch this.

1516
01:20:36,693 –> 01:20:38,560
(MECHANICAL GRUNTS)

1517
01:20:38,562 –> 01:20:41,061
(CHUCKLES)
– I like it.

1518
01:20:41,063 –> 01:20:43,398
Yeah, I just made it
life-size this year.

1519
01:20:43,400 –> 01:20:45,733
You know, just in case.

1520
01:20:45,735 –> 01:20:47,702
No, seriously, you know,
just in case.

1521
01:20:47,704 –> 01:20:50,705
Right. I’ll see you later,
Mr. Chu.

1522
01:20:50,707 –> 01:20:52,207
Bye!

1523
01:20:52,209 –> 01:20:54,075
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

1524
01:20:54,077 –> 01:20:57,579
SARAH: And maybe when you
face enough of your fears

1525
01:20:57,581 –> 01:21:00,515
life stops being
so scary after all.

1526
01:21:00,517 –> 01:21:04,753
Now’s the day
To make our dreams alive

1527
01:21:04,755 –> 01:21:07,723
Hey, honey.

1528
01:21:07,725 –> 01:21:09,527
What happened?

1529
01:21:11,094 –> 01:21:12,394
I got in.

1530
01:21:12,396 –> 01:21:14,630
I knew it.
I knew you could do it.

1531
01:21:14,632 –> 01:21:16,499
Oh, I’m so proud
of you!

1532
01:21:16,501 –> 01:21:18,634
(LAUGHS)

1533
01:21:18,636 –> 01:21:20,636
I guess I’m proud.

1534
01:21:20,638 –> 01:21:24,507
– Thanks, Sonny.
– Come on, bring it in.

1535
01:21:24,509 –> 01:21:26,442
Congratulations.

1536
01:21:26,444 –> 01:21:28,945
(CHUCKLES)
Here, take off your jacket.

1537
01:21:28,947 –> 01:21:31,447
Guys, give her some
ornaments, please.

1538
01:21:31,449 –> 01:21:32,682
Oh, yeah,
yeah, yeah.

1539
01:21:32,684 –> 01:21:34,985
– I’m so happy!
– Ha-ha-ha!

1540
01:21:34,987 –> 01:21:37,321
– Here, put that right there.
– Yeah, I like that one.

1541
01:21:38,356 –> 01:21:39,525
(KEYS CLACKING)

1542
01:21:44,630 –> 01:21:46,899
Finally, a new book.

1543
01:21:50,302 –> 01:21:51,905
Yes.

1544
01:22:00,412 –> 01:22:01,812
(SIGHS)

1545
01:22:01,814 –> 01:22:04,314
SLAPPY: Hello, Papa.

1546
01:22:04,316 –> 01:22:06,918
Slappy! I thought
the book got you.

1547
01:22:06,920 –> 01:22:09,219
Maybe those others,
but not me.

1548
01:22:09,221 –> 01:22:11,022
Why is that?

1549
01:22:11,024 –> 01:22:13,089
You know
I always survive.

1550
01:22:13,091 –> 01:22:15,026
You wrote me that way.

1551
01:22:15,028 –> 01:22:19,664
In fact, I wrote my own story
while I was gone.

1552
01:22:19,666 –> 01:22:21,666
And guess what.

1553
01:22:21,668 –> 01:22:24,070
You’re the main character.

1554
01:22:25,138 –> 01:22:27,171
No.

1555
01:22:27,173 –> 01:22:30,376
No!

1556
01:22:31,845 –> 01:22:35,047
You try living in a book
for a while, Papa.

1557
01:22:35,049 –> 01:22:37,482
(CACKLES)

1558
01:22:37,484 –> 01:22:40,387
(♪♪♪)

1559
01:22:41,522 –> 01:22:43,424
(MONSTERS SHRIEKING)

1560
01:22:54,035 –> 01:22:56,203
(ROARS)

1561
01:23:06,615 –> 01:23:08,049
(SHRIEKS)

1562
01:23:09,351 –> 01:23:11,252
(BEARS CACKLING)

1563
01:23:12,687 –> 01:23:14,756
(CACKLES)

1564
01:23:15,757 –> 01:23:17,893
(CHITTERING)

1565
01:23:22,564 –> 01:23:25,231
(GIBBERS)

1566
01:23:25,233 –> 01:23:26,566
HORSEMAN: Hyah!

1567
01:23:26,568 –> 01:23:28,136
(NEIGHS)

1568
01:23:29,304 –> 01:23:30,771
(CHITTERS)

1569
01:23:30,773 –> 01:23:32,271
(GIBBERS)

1570
01:23:32,273 –> 01:23:33,807
HAND: Hands off!

1571
01:23:33,809 –> 01:23:35,845
Hiya! Look at my candle.

1572
01:23:37,145 –> 01:23:39,048
(LAUGHING)

1573
01:23:44,286 –> 01:23:47,024
(SHRIEKING)

1574
01:23:49,325 –> 01:23:51,227
(ROARING)

1575
01:23:52,595 –> 01:23:54,330
(HOWLS)

1576
01:24:05,809 –> 01:24:07,711
(♪♪♪)

1577
01:25:36,703 –> 01:25:38,605
(♪♪♪)

1578
01:28:04,123 –> 01:28:06,058
(♪♪♪)

1579
01:29:41,623 –> 01:29:43,857
SLAPPY: Slappy Halloween.

1580
01:29:43,859 –> 01:29:45,361
(CACKLES)

1581
01:29:45,363 –> 01:29:46,734
Subtitles by explosiveskull
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1
00:00:47,769 –> 00:00:50,672
(♪♪♪)

2
00:01:18,577 –> 00:01:23,577
Subtitles by explosiveskull
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3
00:02:01,713 –> 00:02:03,646
SARAH: Fear.

4
00:02:03,648 –> 00:02:08,018
Fear is something
that everyone experiences.

5
00:02:08,020 –> 00:02:12,322
Fear is a feeling
that we all know.

6
00:02:12,324 –> 00:02:15,795
For me, a fear
that shaped my life was…

7
00:02:17,897 –> 00:02:19,630
(SIGHS)

8
00:02:19,632 –> 00:02:21,464
God, that sucks.

9
00:02:21,466 –> 00:02:23,335
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

10
00:02:27,940 –> 00:02:29,440
(SIGHS)

11
00:02:29,442 –> 00:02:31,475
“Recount a time
when you faced a fear,

12
00:02:31,477 –> 00:02:33,077
challenge or failure.

13
00:02:33,079 –> 00:02:35,982
How did it define you,
or how did you overcome it?”

14
00:02:40,786 –> 00:02:42,722
(♪♪♪)

15
00:02:46,192 –> 00:02:47,426
(RATTLING)

16
00:02:51,430 –> 00:02:53,165
Hello?

17
00:02:54,735 –> 00:02:56,470
Hello?

18
00:03:03,276 –> 00:03:05,477
(ROARS)
(YELPS)

19
00:03:05,479 –> 00:03:07,746
(LAUGHING)

20
00:03:07,748 –> 00:03:09,447
Tyler What are you doing?

21
00:03:09,449 –> 00:03:11,549
Are you crazy?
My mom is gonna hear you.

22
00:03:11,551 –> 00:03:13,119
You see this mask?

23
00:03:13,121 –> 00:03:14,419
Got it on sale.

24
00:03:14,421 –> 00:03:15,655
Very scary.

25
00:03:15,657 –> 00:03:17,288
Sorry.
I was in the neighborhood.

26
00:03:17,290 –> 00:03:19,992
– I texted you like 10 times.
– I told you my phone’s off.

27
00:03:19,994 –> 00:03:22,528
If I miss this deadline,
I don’t get into Columbia.

28
00:03:22,530 –> 00:03:24,864
You’ll be here with me
the next four years.

29
00:03:24,866 –> 00:03:28,934
Consider me your safety school.
Close by, good parties…

30
00:03:28,936 –> 00:03:32,638
Oh, really. Do you also offer
a creative-writing program?

31
00:03:32,640 –> 00:03:36,109
Oh, I’m super creative.
Look, I got you a care package.

32
00:03:36,111 –> 00:03:40,279
– Pringles. And a little bit of Red Bull.
– Heh.

33
00:03:40,281 –> 00:03:42,151
– Thank you.
– You’re welcome.

34
00:03:43,919 –> 00:03:45,152
(DOOR OPENS)

35
00:03:45,154 –> 00:03:46,722
You are so busted.

36
00:03:47,790 –> 00:03:49,923
– So, so busted.
– I’ve got it.

37
00:03:49,925 –> 00:03:51,992
Mom,
this is not what it looks like.

38
00:03:51,994 –> 00:03:54,861
KATHY: No, I know what it is.
I heard the entire thing.

39
00:03:54,863 –> 00:03:56,797
Do people
not whisper anymore?

40
00:03:56,799 –> 00:03:59,633
“Hey, I brought Pringles
and Red Bull.”

41
00:03:59,635 –> 00:04:02,335
“You better be quiet
’cause my mom will hear us.”

42
00:04:02,337 –> 00:04:03,570
(KATHY STAMPS FEET)

43
00:04:03,572 –> 00:04:05,305
Tyler, go home.

44
00:04:05,307 –> 00:04:07,942
Okay.
Uh, just to clarify,

45
00:04:07,944 –> 00:04:10,343
do you mean back out the window
or out the front?

46
00:04:10,345 –> 00:04:11,813
Okay, I’ll use the window.

47
00:04:11,815 –> 00:04:13,681
Sorry, Sarah,
I’ll see you tomorrow.

48
00:04:13,683 –> 00:04:15,417
Ooh! I’m good.

49
00:04:16,485 –> 00:04:18,786
Ah! Still good!

50
00:04:18,788 –> 00:04:21,122
– Go to bed.
– Mom, I can explain.

51
00:04:21,124 –> 00:04:23,491
We’ll discuss this
in the morning.

52
00:04:23,493 –> 00:04:26,094
– Sam is gonna love this.
– You go to bed too.

53
00:04:26,096 –> 00:04:27,929
– What’d I do?
– I don’t need a wingman.

54
00:04:27,931 –> 00:04:30,498
– Okay. Going to bed.
– Hmph.

55
00:04:30,500 –> 00:04:32,400
(DOOR CLOSES)

56
00:04:32,402 –> 00:04:34,304
(♪♪♪)

57
00:04:38,408 –> 00:04:39,844
Ow.

58
00:04:42,046 –> 00:04:44,012
You need to stop
electrocuting yourself

59
00:04:44,014 –> 00:04:46,515
– and eat your breakfast.
– Mom, this is due tomorrow,

60
00:04:46,517 –> 00:04:48,417
and it’s worth 50 percent
of my grade.

61
00:04:48,419 –> 00:04:51,053
How about you eat 50 percent
of your eggs?

62
00:04:51,055 –> 00:04:52,688
(POWER WHINES)

63
00:04:52,690 –> 00:04:54,056
Sonny, seriously?

64
00:04:54,058 –> 00:04:55,958
Sorry. I’m getting close.

65
00:04:55,960 –> 00:04:57,259
(DOORBELL RINGING)

66
00:04:57,261 –> 00:04:59,595
Coming.

67
00:04:59,597 –> 00:05:02,031
Coming!

68
00:05:02,033 –> 00:05:03,532
Morning, Ms. Quinn.

69
00:05:03,534 –> 00:05:05,367
– Good morning, Sam.
– How you doing?

70
00:05:05,369 –> 00:05:07,804
MAN: Kathy! Thank
you for taking Sam.

71
00:05:07,806 –> 00:05:10,073
We’ll be back in three days.
We owe you.

72
00:05:10,075 –> 00:05:11,340
You definitely do.

73
00:05:11,342 –> 00:05:13,375
(HORN HONKS)
(CHUCKLING)

74
00:05:13,377 –> 00:05:15,178
Sonny!
Grab your backpack.

75
00:05:15,180 –> 00:05:17,247
Sarah, let’s go!
I’ve got an errand to run

76
00:05:17,249 –> 00:05:19,117
– on the way to school.
SARAH: Coming!

77
00:05:20,685 –> 00:05:22,719
My condolences on your bust
last night.

78
00:05:22,721 –> 00:05:24,921
Good thing I’m here,
in case any other dudes

79
00:05:24,923 –> 00:05:26,556
try to climb
through your window.

80
00:05:26,558 –> 00:05:28,324
Sonny. I’m gonna kill you.

81
00:05:28,326 –> 00:05:30,961
Kill him in the car.
Okay Go, go, go.

82
00:05:30,963 –> 00:05:34,265
Halloween with pumpkins
And mice

83
00:05:34,267 –> 00:05:37,600
Halloween, it’s so nice

84
00:05:37,602 –> 00:05:39,103
Halloween

85
00:05:39,105 –> 00:05:41,872
– Faster, faster.
With pumpkins and mice

86
00:05:41,874 –> 00:05:45,743
Hey, Kathy.
Hey, kids. Heh, heh.

87
00:05:45,745 –> 00:05:47,310
Mr. Chu.

88
00:05:47,312 –> 00:05:49,947
Wow, you practically got
a theme park here.

89
00:05:49,949 –> 00:05:51,649
Check this out.

90
00:05:51,651 –> 00:05:54,051
(WHIRRING)

91
00:05:54,053 –> 00:05:56,854
Oh, my… Oh! Whoa!

92
00:05:56,856 –> 00:06:00,357
(CHUCKLING)
It’s like being in the movies!

93
00:06:00,359 –> 00:06:03,094
I’m gonna have these puppies
up and running in no time.

94
00:06:03,096 –> 00:06:04,595
You know, for the kids.

95
00:06:04,597 –> 00:06:07,766
– Ha-ha-ha. Okay.
– All right. Bye.

96
00:06:07,768 –> 00:06:09,668
He doesn’t actually have kids,
does he?

97
00:06:09,670 –> 00:06:10,969
No, he does not.

98
00:06:10,971 –> 00:06:13,471
Ooh!

99
00:06:13,473 –> 00:06:15,407
(♪♪♪)

100
00:06:15,409 –> 00:06:18,011
All right, everybody,
let’s make this quick.

101
00:06:19,680 –> 00:06:22,480
You can each pick out a pumpkin
to carve if you want to,

102
00:06:22,482 –> 00:06:24,683
but meet me at
the register in five minutes,

103
00:06:24,685 –> 00:06:25,853
– all right?
– Okay.

104
00:06:26,687 –> 00:06:28,787
Alrighty.

105
00:06:28,789 –> 00:06:30,455
Right here Really?

106
00:06:30,457 –> 00:06:34,996
Yes, here. Everywhere.
It’s called marketing.

107
00:06:38,132 –> 00:06:39,632
Anything you wanna
say to me?

108
00:06:39,634 –> 00:06:43,536
Mom… Mom, I was
working all night. I swear.

109
00:06:43,538 –> 00:06:46,372
I swear,
Tyler just snuck over and…

110
00:06:46,374 –> 00:06:48,441
I’ve just been so stuck
on this essay…

111
00:06:48,443 –> 00:06:50,943
You’re a great writer.
You always have been.

112
00:06:50,945 –> 00:06:53,546
When you have to sum up
your whole life in one essay,

113
00:06:53,548 –> 00:06:55,715
it all just sounds so…

114
00:06:55,717 –> 00:06:57,284
unimpressive.

115
00:06:57,286 –> 00:07:01,722
Honey. I think you’re very
impressive and very capable.

116
00:07:01,724 –> 00:07:02,990
You do?

117
00:07:02,992 –> 00:07:04,324
Thank you.

118
00:07:04,326 –> 00:07:05,692
I do.

119
00:07:05,694 –> 00:07:07,928
Which is why I need you
to watch Sonny and Sam

120
00:07:07,930 –> 00:07:09,696
this week
while I’m working doubles.

121
00:07:09,698 –> 00:07:12,065
Mom! No!
My essay is due Friday.

122
00:07:12,067 –> 00:07:14,701
Sonny’s bigger than me.
He doesn’t need a babysitter.

123
00:07:14,703 –> 00:07:19,173
Ha, ha. Have you seen what he
blows up when he’s supervised?

124
00:07:19,175 –> 00:07:21,842
Hon, I know you’re focused
on getting out of here.

125
00:07:21,844 –> 00:07:23,877
But if I don’t cover
these shifts at work,

126
00:07:23,879 –> 00:07:25,146
I could lose my job.

127
00:07:25,148 –> 00:07:27,683
I need to know
I can count on you.

128
00:07:31,121 –> 00:07:34,088
Okay. Fine.

129
00:07:34,090 –> 00:07:36,557
– Really?
– Yes, really.

130
00:07:36,559 –> 00:07:40,795
Well, you have earned yourself
some corn cushions, little lady.

131
00:07:40,797 –> 00:07:42,096
Really Mom.

132
00:07:42,098 –> 00:07:43,932
(BEEPS)

133
00:07:43,934 –> 00:07:47,202
You’re looking real nice today.

134
00:07:47,204 –> 00:07:51,106
Thank you. Heh, heh.
Blue is very in this year.

135
00:07:51,108 –> 00:07:54,176
– I see you got the memo.
– I guess we’re in the know.

136
00:07:54,178 –> 00:07:55,411
(BOTH CHUCKLE)

137
00:07:55,413 –> 00:07:57,279
Okay. Hey, you know,
the adult diapers

138
00:07:57,281 –> 00:07:59,181
are 2-for-1
if you wanna grab another.

139
00:07:59,183 –> 00:08:01,083
– I just need one today.
– Okay. All right.

140
00:08:01,085 –> 00:08:03,419
I don’t need them.
They’re for the nursing home

141
00:08:03,421 –> 00:08:04,820
– where I work.
– Of course.

142
00:08:04,822 –> 00:08:07,089
– I… I don’t… Heh, heh.
– Hey, no judgment.

143
00:08:07,091 –> 00:08:09,758
– Um, okay. Heh, heh.
– I use a toilet. Heh, heh.

144
00:08:09,760 –> 00:08:13,929
All right. Well, hopefully,
I’ll, uh, see you around soon.

145
00:08:13,931 –> 00:08:16,732
Yeah. Yeah.
Thanks for checking me out.

146
00:08:16,734 –> 00:08:19,235
Ringing up my purchases.
You know.

147
00:08:19,237 –> 00:08:20,869
Yes. Yeah. Well, both.

148
00:08:20,871 –> 00:08:23,472
– Yeah. Heh.
– I’ll just get my diapers and go.

149
00:08:23,474 –> 00:08:24,740
Yeah.

150
00:08:24,742 –> 00:08:25,976
Happy Halloween!

151
00:08:25,978 –> 00:08:28,044
(SCHOOL BELL RINGS)

152
00:08:28,046 –> 00:08:29,948
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

153
00:08:31,950 –> 00:08:33,283
BOY: Yeah, I can help you.

154
00:08:33,285 –> 00:08:34,584
GIRL: Hey, wait up!

155
00:08:34,586 –> 00:08:36,555
(GIRLS GIGGLING)
(BOYS LAUGHING)

156
00:08:38,323 –> 00:08:40,657
Oh, dude,
science fair sign-ups.

157
00:08:40,659 –> 00:08:42,692
If I can just get
my Tesla Tower to work,

158
00:08:42,694 –> 00:08:44,127
easily win. It’d be so cool.

159
00:08:44,129 –> 00:08:45,996
What do you mean?
You’re already cool.

160
00:08:45,998 –> 00:08:49,300
We are treasure hunters.
People respect us around here.

161
00:08:49,302 –> 00:08:51,035
(LAUGHING)

162
00:08:51,037 –> 00:08:52,970
– Ew.
TOMMY: Hey, Junk Bros.

163
00:08:52,972 –> 00:08:56,007
SAM: Spit wads What are you, 9?

164
00:08:56,009 –> 00:08:57,675
What’d you say?

165
00:08:57,677 –> 00:08:59,810
(WHISPERING)
Sam, what are you doing?

166
00:08:59,812 –> 00:09:01,748
I got this.

167
00:09:06,652 –> 00:09:08,353
You know,

168
00:09:08,355 –> 00:09:11,423
we were gonna TP Principal
Harrison’s house tomorrow night.

169
00:09:11,425 –> 00:09:13,258
But now,
I think I’m just gonna spend

170
00:09:13,260 –> 00:09:15,260
the whole night
chasing you guys around.

171
00:09:15,262 –> 00:09:18,196
Hey. Boys,
move it or you’re tardy.

172
00:09:18,198 –> 00:09:19,797
Of course, Ms. Hoover.

173
00:09:19,799 –> 00:09:22,434
I was just extolling
to my good friends Sam and Sonny

174
00:09:22,436 –> 00:09:24,970
my deep love for homework
and all things learning.

175
00:09:24,972 –> 00:09:26,206
Get to class.

176
00:09:30,778 –> 00:09:32,012
Yeah.

177
00:09:32,946 –> 00:09:34,980
What a jerk.

178
00:09:34,982 –> 00:09:36,581
I’d like to check
this book out, please.

179
00:09:36,583 –> 00:09:38,384
And you are…?

180
00:09:38,386 –> 00:09:40,386
Tyler Mitchell.

181
00:09:40,388 –> 00:09:43,922
Okay, Tyler Mitchell.

182
00:09:43,924 –> 00:09:46,325
Oh. Yeah, you have four books

183
00:09:46,327 –> 00:09:48,760
you haven’t returned
since sophomore year.

184
00:09:48,762 –> 00:09:50,729
And your account is frozen.

185
00:09:50,731 –> 00:09:51,998
Damn.

186
00:09:52,000 –> 00:09:53,933
It’s gonna cost 40 bucks
to unfreeze it.

187
00:09:53,935 –> 00:09:55,902
I just spent it
on tickets for us

188
00:09:55,904 –> 00:09:57,937
to see DJ Bisky
at the Den tonight.

189
00:09:57,939 –> 00:10:00,239
You have to come.
You can’t say no.

190
00:10:00,241 –> 00:10:02,509
My way of saying sorry
for getting you busted.

191
00:10:02,511 –> 00:10:04,744
I-I can’t.
My mom is making me

192
00:10:04,746 –> 00:10:07,514
watch my stupid brother
all week and his friend…

193
00:10:07,516 –> 00:10:10,150
Come on. Don’t wait for college
to start having fun.

194
00:10:10,152 –> 00:10:11,552
Show starts at 8.

195
00:10:11,554 –> 00:10:14,654
Get your brother
a babysitter.

196
00:10:14,656 –> 00:10:16,258
(♪♪♪)

197
00:10:21,097 –> 00:10:24,266
Okay. Sam, what do you think?

198
00:10:25,267 –> 00:10:27,434
Nice. Looks just like you.

199
00:10:27,436 –> 00:10:28,804
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

200
00:10:31,107 –> 00:10:32,576
Hello.

201
00:10:34,276 –> 00:10:36,743
Yeah. Yeah, you’re speaking
to a Junk Brother.

202
00:10:36,745 –> 00:10:39,613
Yes, ma’am. This afternoon?

203
00:10:39,615 –> 00:10:41,748
Let me check with my associate.

204
00:10:41,750 –> 00:10:43,750
– Hang up on her.
– This is our opportunity.

205
00:10:43,752 –> 00:10:45,819
– We’re too busy. Stop it.
– We’re doing this.

206
00:10:45,821 –> 00:10:48,490
I have my Tesla Tower project,
I have algebra. No way.

207
00:10:48,492 –> 00:10:50,492
– Fine, fine, fine! Whatever.
– Sam.

208
00:10:50,494 –> 00:10:52,095
All right. Fine.

209
00:10:53,497 –> 00:10:56,231
You are in luck.
Yeah, we can squeeze you in.

210
00:10:56,233 –> 00:10:59,267
24 Ashley Lane?

211
00:10:59,269 –> 00:11:00,835
No, no problem. No problem.

212
00:11:00,837 –> 00:11:04,174
Yeah. Fear not, ma’am.
Junk is our middle name.

213
00:11:05,343 –> 00:11:06,808
(PHONE BEEPS)

214
00:11:06,810 –> 00:11:09,211
“Junk is our…”?
Do you even hear yourself?

215
00:11:09,213 –> 00:11:12,982
Get your shoes on.
It’s time to get rich!

216
00:11:12,984 –> 00:11:15,151
I already have my shoes on.

217
00:11:15,153 –> 00:11:17,088
(♪♪♪)

218
00:11:37,342 –> 00:11:40,544
I guess this is it.
24 Ashley Lane.

219
00:11:40,546 –> 00:11:43,046
Twenty-four is the number
of people murdered here.

220
00:11:43,048 –> 00:11:44,813
All right, Sonny.

221
00:11:44,815 –> 00:11:46,449
Let’s do this.

222
00:11:46,451 –> 00:11:48,353
(CROW CAWING)

223
00:11:57,729 –> 00:12:00,600
Hey. I don’t like the way
those things are looking at us.

224
00:12:03,636 –> 00:12:06,939
We’re treasure hunters, Sonny,
remember. Come on.

225
00:12:20,153 –> 00:12:21,754
(DOOR CREAKS)

226
00:12:27,060 –> 00:12:28,395
Hello?

227
00:12:38,339 –> 00:12:39,506
SONNY: Some treasure.

228
00:12:41,442 –> 00:12:43,310
This place
is definitely haunted.

229
00:12:46,947 –> 00:12:50,182
Dude, there’s more stuff
over here. Come on.

230
00:12:50,184 –> 00:12:53,118
This room’s
even worse.

231
00:12:53,120 –> 00:12:55,287
Come on, Sonny,
it’s not that bad.

232
00:12:55,289 –> 00:12:57,425
There is nothing
to be afraid of.

233
00:12:58,360 –> 00:13:00,360
(BOTH YELL)

234
00:13:00,362 –> 00:13:01,730
(CLEARS THROAT)

235
00:13:06,401 –> 00:13:08,468
SAM: Who stuffs a cat?

236
00:13:08,470 –> 00:13:11,006
How much are they paying us
for this?

237
00:13:12,741 –> 00:13:14,540
(GRUNTS)

238
00:13:14,542 –> 00:13:16,609
Can’t believe you said
we’d work for free.

239
00:13:16,611 –> 00:13:18,278
Not for free.
The lady said

240
00:13:18,280 –> 00:13:20,413
we could keep any junk
we don’t throw away.

241
00:13:20,415 –> 00:13:22,549
Some of that stuff
can have monetary value.

242
00:13:22,551 –> 00:13:24,685
You know what else
has monetary value, Sam?

243
00:13:24,687 –> 00:13:27,222
– Actual money.
– Just start cleaning. Come on.

244
00:13:30,959 –> 00:13:33,594
Found some more stuff
in the attic.

245
00:13:33,596 –> 00:13:36,766
SAM: Okay, what do we got?
– Maybe this is worth something.

246
00:13:40,436 –> 00:13:41,735
It’s stuck.

247
00:13:41,737 –> 00:13:43,272
(GRUNTING)

248
00:13:48,578 –> 00:13:50,480
(♪♪♪)

249
00:13:56,018 –> 00:13:58,320
Dude, I think
we just found a treasure chest!

250
00:13:58,322 –> 00:14:00,455
– Go get it.
– Jackpot!

251
00:14:00,457 –> 00:14:03,191
This is amazing.
It’s like a whole room in here.

252
00:14:03,193 –> 00:14:05,462
I told you.
We come here, we find treasure.

253
00:14:07,964 –> 00:14:10,365
Help me with this.
I bet this thing

254
00:14:10,367 –> 00:14:12,702
is filled with gold
and diamonds and Bitcoins.

255
00:14:12,704 –> 00:14:15,103
Uh, you know Bitcoins
are cryptocurrency, right?

256
00:14:15,105 –> 00:14:17,305
It’s not real coins,
it’s virtual coins.

257
00:14:17,307 –> 00:14:20,175
It’s really cool. It starts
with a process called mining…

258
00:14:20,177 –> 00:14:22,143
Stop being a nerd
for a second and help.

259
00:14:22,145 –> 00:14:24,179
– Yeah, sorry.
– Thank you. Here.

260
00:14:24,181 –> 00:14:27,785
All right. You ready?
Three, two, and…

261
00:14:31,356 –> 00:14:32,523
What?

262
00:14:36,594 –> 00:14:38,461
It’s locked.

263
00:14:38,463 –> 00:14:40,262
Who would lock a book?

264
00:14:40,264 –> 00:14:41,966
Here’s a key.

265
00:14:44,168 –> 00:14:45,635
(BOTH COUGH)

266
00:14:45,637 –> 00:14:47,671
Oh, man.

267
00:14:47,673 –> 00:14:49,374
(GROANS)
(SIGHS)

268
00:14:52,143 –> 00:14:54,176
SAM: Well, what’s in it?

269
00:14:54,178 –> 00:14:56,248
Nothing.
It’s just a beat-up old book.

270
00:14:57,915 –> 00:14:59,685
Doesn’t have a title page.

271
00:15:01,919 –> 00:15:04,321
– So much for treasure.
– Well, look.

272
00:15:04,323 –> 00:15:06,757
We still have all this stuff.
This is a good haul.

273
00:15:06,759 –> 00:15:08,258
Just grab the book anyway.

274
00:15:08,260 –> 00:15:10,427
– It’s gotta be worth something.
– Yeah.

275
00:15:10,429 –> 00:15:12,028
(GASPS)

276
00:15:12,030 –> 00:15:13,932
(♪♪♪)

277
00:15:15,100 –> 00:15:17,704
Sam. Sam, turn around.

278
00:15:19,071 –> 00:15:21,305
(GASPS)

279
00:15:21,307 –> 00:15:23,243
SAM: Where did that come from?

280
00:15:38,658 –> 00:15:42,061
“My name is Slappy.
What’s yours?”

281
00:15:45,365 –> 00:15:48,232
Wait, I think it says something
on the back.

282
00:15:48,234 –> 00:15:52,939
SONNY: “Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

283
00:15:56,477 –> 00:15:58,076
He’s so creepy.

284
00:15:58,078 –> 00:16:00,379
It’s kind of like he’s alive.

285
00:16:00,381 –> 00:16:02,080
I don’t think
anything’s been alive

286
00:16:02,082 –> 00:16:03,482
in this house
since that cat.

287
00:16:03,484 –> 00:16:05,617
I mean, look at this place.

288
00:16:05,619 –> 00:16:07,654
– But I’m alive now!
– Aah!

289
00:16:07,656 –> 00:16:10,055
Oh, Sonny, just give me a kiss.
Just one smooch.

290
00:16:10,057 –> 00:16:12,257
– That’s not funny.
– Yes, it is. It’s hilarious.

291
00:16:12,259 –> 00:16:14,326
It’s a business.
We’re running a business.

292
00:16:14,328 –> 00:16:15,662
Take this more seriously.

293
00:16:15,664 –> 00:16:17,397
It’s too easy, Sonny.
Come on, man.

294
00:16:17,399 –> 00:16:18,964
Hey, I’m taking him.

295
00:16:18,966 –> 00:16:20,966
SONNY: Don’t know why
you took that thing.

296
00:16:20,968 –> 00:16:23,101
– What do you mean He’s awesome.
– Whatever.

297
00:16:23,103 –> 00:16:26,773
TOMMY: Hey, it’s the Junk Sisters!

298
00:16:26,775 –> 00:16:28,475
Oh, great.

299
00:16:28,477 –> 00:16:30,977
Well, at least we know
our marketing’s working.

300
00:16:30,979 –> 00:16:33,781
No teacher around
to save you now.

301
00:16:33,783 –> 00:16:36,049
Hey, are you wearing
my old sweater

302
00:16:36,051 –> 00:16:37,283
from my grandma’s yard sale?

303
00:16:37,285 –> 00:16:38,551
(ALL LAUGH)

304
00:16:38,553 –> 00:16:39,689
Leave us alone.

305
00:16:41,056 –> 00:16:42,456
Okay.

306
00:16:42,458 –> 00:16:44,592
Give me back my sweater
and I’ll let you go.

307
00:16:44,594 –> 00:16:45,826
Really?

308
00:16:45,828 –> 00:16:47,430
Unless you want
your face punched.

309
00:16:50,266 –> 00:16:52,335
(SIGHING)
Whatever.

310
00:16:54,871 –> 00:16:56,138
And your box.

311
00:16:59,709 –> 00:17:03,277
Fine. Just take it.

312
00:17:03,279 –> 00:17:04,612
Yo, what we got?

313
00:17:04,614 –> 00:17:06,815
– What’s this?
– Let’s see. Old radio.

314
00:17:06,817 –> 00:17:09,183
BOY 1: Is that a ruler?
BOY 2: That’s a dog toy.

315
00:17:09,185 –> 00:17:11,553
A stupid book.

316
00:17:11,555 –> 00:17:13,320
Wow.

317
00:17:13,322 –> 00:17:15,857
Great business
you guys are running.

318
00:17:15,859 –> 00:17:17,792
Heh. Your turn.

319
00:17:17,794 –> 00:17:20,328
No. No,
I’m not giving you my box.

320
00:17:20,330 –> 00:17:23,465
Sam, just give it to him.
I like my face unpunched.

321
00:17:23,467 –> 00:17:25,536
No way.
We worked for this stuff.

322
00:17:26,603 –> 00:17:28,370
– Hey, Tommy!
TOMMY: Oh!

323
00:17:28,372 –> 00:17:30,105
– Look at that.
– Tommy, give him back!

324
00:17:30,107 –> 00:17:32,607
Want your doll You dress him up
when you get home?

325
00:17:32,609 –> 00:17:34,442
SAM: Tommy, this isn’t funny.

326
00:17:34,444 –> 00:17:35,579
SONNY: Sam…

327
00:17:37,114 –> 00:17:38,548
What the…?

328
00:17:38,550 –> 00:17:39,918
(SAM & SONNY LAUGH)

329
00:17:45,557 –> 00:17:46,724
What is going on?

330
00:17:48,226 –> 00:17:49,659
BOY 1: Tommy, pull up your pants!

331
00:17:49,661 –> 00:17:51,127
They’re stuck.

332
00:17:51,129 –> 00:17:53,362
Thank you very much.
Sonny, we need to go!

333
00:17:53,364 –> 00:17:57,166
Go! Go! Go! No, don’t touch
my underwear! God! Stop!

334
00:17:57,168 –> 00:18:00,102
No! Go get them!
No! Go get them!

335
00:18:00,104 –> 00:18:02,572
– Go!
– Okay, okay, okay!

336
00:18:02,574 –> 00:18:04,475
(♪♪♪)

337
00:18:10,015 –> 00:18:11,748
Better pedal faster!

338
00:18:11,750 –> 00:18:13,050
Oh, no.

339
00:18:13,052 –> 00:18:14,885
Come on,
don’t make it easy for us!

340
00:18:14,887 –> 00:18:16,118
We need to go!

341
00:18:16,120 –> 00:18:17,888
We’re gonna get you, man!

342
00:18:17,890 –> 00:18:19,291
They’re gaining on us!

343
00:18:21,360 –> 00:18:22,494
Faster!

344
00:18:26,599 –> 00:18:28,100
(ALL GRUNT)

345
00:18:31,537 –> 00:18:34,204
(ALL GROANING)

346
00:18:34,206 –> 00:18:37,075
– What just happened?
– I have no idea.

347
00:18:37,077 –> 00:18:40,044
Get back here, you two!

348
00:18:40,046 –> 00:18:42,914
Ah.
Why does this keep happening?

349
00:18:42,916 –> 00:18:45,416
Sarah!
You won’t believe what happened.

350
00:18:45,418 –> 00:18:47,185
You are never
going to believe this.

351
00:18:47,187 –> 00:18:49,420
We were in this crazy,
abandoned, creepy house

352
00:18:49,422 –> 00:18:51,789
and found this fireplace,
which had a cat on it I twisted.

353
00:18:51,791 –> 00:18:54,059
It went to a secret
compartment that opened.

354
00:18:54,061 –> 00:18:55,727
Then there was a treasure chest.

355
00:18:55,729 –> 00:18:58,897
Okay, but long story short,
we found…

356
00:18:58,899 –> 00:19:00,600
this guy!

357
00:19:02,168 –> 00:19:03,434
Th-this guy.

358
00:19:03,436 –> 00:19:05,738
This… guy.

359
00:19:05,740 –> 00:19:09,341
Wow. It’s like you’re actively
trying not to be cool.

360
00:19:09,343 –> 00:19:12,611
Here. Mom specifically said
you should fold the laundry.

361
00:19:12,613 –> 00:19:16,118
I’ll be in my room if you
need me, but do not need me.

362
00:19:20,655 –> 00:19:22,488
Hey, Sarah?

363
00:19:22,490 –> 00:19:25,591
This specifically says you are
supposed to fold the laundry.

364
00:19:25,593 –> 00:19:26,826
(DOOR CLOSES)

365
00:19:26,828 –> 00:19:28,094
Sarah.

366
00:19:28,096 –> 00:19:30,096
(POP MUSIC PLAYING
OVER SPEAKERS)

367
00:19:30,098 –> 00:19:31,765
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

368
00:19:31,767 –> 00:19:33,600
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

369
00:19:33,602 –> 00:19:40,340
I spend all the time
Waiting at night for you

370
00:19:40,342 –> 00:19:43,643
What am I doing?

371
00:19:43,645 –> 00:19:46,279
SONNY: We already banned jumping.

372
00:19:46,281 –> 00:19:49,616
SAM: I banned sucking, yet here you are.
Now, come on.

373
00:19:49,618 –> 00:19:52,752
Hey! Yes!

374
00:19:52,754 –> 00:19:54,187
Yes!

375
00:19:54,189 –> 00:19:55,655
It’s 4 to 1.
Why are you celebrating?

376
00:19:55,657 –> 00:19:57,792
Scoring is a reason
for celebration.

377
00:19:57,794 –> 00:19:59,894
SARAH: Bye, I’m leaving!

378
00:19:59,896 –> 00:20:02,496
– Where you going?
– Out. I’ll be back by 10.

379
00:20:02,498 –> 00:20:04,498
If Mom calls,
tell her I’m in the shower.

380
00:20:04,500 –> 00:20:07,068
You were gonna help me
with my science presentation.

381
00:20:07,070 –> 00:20:08,335
There’s two dummies
on the couch.

382
00:20:08,337 –> 00:20:09,570
Practice on one of them.

383
00:20:09,572 –> 00:20:11,338
Ouch.

384
00:20:11,340 –> 00:20:13,240
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

385
00:20:13,242 –> 00:20:15,179
(DANCE MUSIC PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS)

386
00:20:17,014 –> 00:20:18,916
(SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

387
00:20:44,142 –> 00:20:45,275
Tyler!

388
00:20:59,524 –> 00:21:01,793
(DANCE MUSIC FADES INTO BACKGROUND)

389
00:21:08,099 –> 00:21:11,002
(♪♪♪)

390
00:21:25,151 –> 00:21:26,317
(SIGHS)

391
00:21:36,462 –> 00:21:37,797
(ENGINE STARTS)

392
00:21:43,270 –> 00:21:45,604
SAM: All right, there we go.

393
00:21:48,809 –> 00:21:51,144
Okay. And…

394
00:21:53,312 –> 00:21:58,149
Sergeant, your orders
are to guard this porch.

395
00:21:58,151 –> 00:22:00,351
It was more than
a hundred years ago

396
00:22:00,353 –> 00:22:02,620
when Nikola Tesla
first lit up the sky

397
00:22:02,622 –> 00:22:04,256
over Wardenclyffe, New York.

398
00:22:04,258 –> 00:22:05,990
Tesla wanted to create a world

399
00:22:05,992 –> 00:22:07,826
where anything
could be transmitted

400
00:22:07,828 –> 00:22:09,327
through giant electric towers:

401
00:22:09,329 –> 00:22:13,531
Power, sound,
maybe even brain waves.

402
00:22:13,533 –> 00:22:16,501
It was like
the original Wi-Fi.

403
00:22:16,503 –> 00:22:20,840
But suddenly and mysteriously,
he shut down his lab in 1908.

404
00:22:20,842 –> 00:22:23,609
His tower
never lit up the sky again.

405
00:22:23,611 –> 00:22:24,844
Until…

406
00:22:24,846 –> 00:22:26,111
today!

407
00:22:26,113 –> 00:22:27,682
May I have a volunteer?

408
00:22:28,783 –> 00:22:30,783
You, sir, in the gray suit.

409
00:22:30,785 –> 00:22:34,355
Hold this
and prepare to be amazed.

410
00:22:35,990 –> 00:22:37,489
I present to you all:

411
00:22:37,491 –> 00:22:38,659
Tesla!

412
00:22:41,964 –> 00:22:43,298
(POWER WHINES)

413
00:22:45,033 –> 00:22:46,500
(SIGHS)

414
00:22:49,537 –> 00:22:51,605
Don’t give me that look.

415
00:22:51,607 –> 00:22:53,807
I’m trying
to bring back your tower.

416
00:22:53,809 –> 00:22:55,141
(♪♪♪)

417
00:22:55,143 –> 00:22:57,177
SLAPPY: Bravo.

418
00:22:57,179 –> 00:23:00,981
I, for one, think it’s
an electrifying presentation.

419
00:23:00,983 –> 00:23:02,718
(CACKLES)

420
00:23:05,053 –> 00:23:08,124
Sam. I’m not
gonna fall for that again.

421
00:23:09,825 –> 00:23:12,059
Ha-ha-ha. Very funny.

422
00:23:12,061 –> 00:23:13,727
It’s like a microphone?

423
00:23:13,729 –> 00:23:16,429
You’re talking through
your cell phone or something?

424
00:23:16,431 –> 00:23:19,200
Sam.
Sam, it’s a stupid prank.

425
00:23:19,202 –> 00:23:21,738
You ever heard
of personal space Mm!

426
00:23:27,510 –> 00:23:28,878
(GRUNTS)

427
00:23:32,081 –> 00:23:33,881
How are you talking
to me right now?

428
00:23:33,883 –> 00:23:38,086
You brought me to life.
Don’t you remember, Sonny?

429
00:23:38,088 –> 00:23:39,854
– Sam?
SAM: What?

430
00:23:39,856 –> 00:23:41,722
What’s the problem?

431
00:23:41,724 –> 00:23:43,424
Just come up here. Please.

432
00:23:43,426 –> 00:23:45,593
Dude, I told you,
I don’t care about Tesla.

433
00:23:45,595 –> 00:23:47,729
– Right now, Sam.
SAM: Fine!

434
00:23:47,731 –> 00:23:50,065
I’ve always wanted a brother.

435
00:23:50,067 –> 00:23:52,434
Please don’t try
to educate me on Tesla.

436
00:23:52,436 –> 00:23:57,541
Hello, Sam. Thank you for saving
me from that moron today.

437
00:23:58,609 –> 00:24:00,343
Oh, he’s battery-operated.

438
00:24:00,345 –> 00:24:02,544
(WHISPERING) No, no, no.
Sam, Sam, he’s alive.

439
00:24:02,546 –> 00:24:04,613
SLAPPY: Sorry for what
happened with Tommy.

440
00:24:04,615 –> 00:24:07,749
I guess you could say
he got hosed.

441
00:24:07,751 –> 00:24:10,219
(CACKLES)

442
00:24:10,221 –> 00:24:11,988
– That was you?
SLAPPY: Yep.

443
00:24:11,990 –> 00:24:16,592
And now that we’re family,
we can be brothers!

444
00:24:16,594 –> 00:24:18,930
I think I’d make
a great Junk Brother.

445
00:24:20,498 –> 00:24:23,499
Right. Just a sec. Sidebar.

446
00:24:23,501 –> 00:24:24,801
Are we losing our minds?

447
00:24:24,803 –> 00:24:26,736
I don’t think
we can at the same time.

448
00:24:26,738 –> 00:24:28,071
Okay, but just to clarify,

449
00:24:28,073 –> 00:24:29,806
we’re talking
to a puppet right now.

450
00:24:29,808 –> 00:24:31,042
Yeah.

451
00:24:32,744 –> 00:24:34,347
Maybe he’s alive.

452
00:24:36,581 –> 00:24:40,317
Of course I’m alive!
Heh-heh-heh.

453
00:24:40,319 –> 00:24:44,154
And I can make
all your problems go away.

454
00:24:44,156 –> 00:24:47,360
Didn’t your sister tell you
to fold the laundry?

455
00:24:50,496 –> 00:24:53,831
There. Now you have time
to do your homework.

456
00:24:53,833 –> 00:24:57,134
Oh, what’s that You don’t want
to do your homework?

457
00:24:57,136 –> 00:24:59,638
That’s okay.
I just did it for you.

458
00:25:01,640 –> 00:25:03,542
(♪♪♪)

459
00:25:06,779 –> 00:25:08,612
You know algebra?

460
00:25:08,614 –> 00:25:10,514
A squared
plus B squared equals

461
00:25:10,516 –> 00:25:12,549
of course! Heh, heh.

462
00:25:12,551 –> 00:25:15,887
This is amazing.
It’s all correct.

463
00:25:15,889 –> 00:25:17,856
So you can change
all of our grades.

464
00:25:17,858 –> 00:25:21,327
I can only change
the things right in front of me.

465
00:25:21,329 –> 00:25:24,931
But whatever I see,
I can bring to life.

466
00:25:26,367 –> 00:25:29,368
Karru marri odonna loma

467
00:25:29,370 –> 00:25:33,239
molonu karrano.

468
00:25:33,241 –> 00:25:35,673
ANNOUNCER: Round one. Fight!

469
00:25:35,675 –> 00:25:39,011
(BOTH SHOUTING IN JAPANESE)

470
00:25:39,013 –> 00:25:40,481
(BOTH GRUNTING)

471
00:25:42,283 –> 00:25:43,949
SONNY: That is awesome.

472
00:25:43,951 –> 00:25:47,787
I will never question
picking up junk again.

473
00:25:47,789 –> 00:25:49,955
Wait until Mom
and Sarah find out.

474
00:25:49,957 –> 00:25:51,223
(GROANS)

475
00:25:51,225 –> 00:25:53,025
SLAPPY: Slow your roll there, kid.

476
00:25:53,027 –> 00:25:56,562
Let’s just keep this
our little secret for now.

477
00:25:56,564 –> 00:26:00,666
Give me a chance
to win them over first.

478
00:26:00,668 –> 00:26:02,536
(CACKLES)

479
00:26:02,538 –> 00:26:04,905
(CAR NOISES PLAYING OVER TV)

480
00:26:04,907 –> 00:26:08,008
SLAPPY: Ah, you’re terrible at this.
Heh-heh-heh.

481
00:26:08,010 –> 00:26:10,043
I’m literally crushing you
right now.

482
00:26:10,045 –> 00:26:12,345
Can’t believe you’re losing
to a puppet.

483
00:26:12,347 –> 00:26:15,550
Right. And I’m not
even using my magical powers.

484
00:26:15,552 –> 00:26:16,718
– Heh. Hm?
(DOOR SLAMS)

485
00:26:21,857 –> 00:26:23,623
Back so soon?

486
00:26:23,625 –> 00:26:25,460
– Don’t ask.
SONNY: Are you okay?

487
00:26:25,462 –> 00:26:27,627
– What happened?
– What happened?

488
00:26:27,629 –> 00:26:30,730
Well, turns out the guy I liked
is a total scumbag.

489
00:26:30,732 –> 00:26:33,234
Mom expects me to run
this entire house by myself.

490
00:26:33,236 –> 00:26:35,570
And if I don’t figure out
this essay by Friday,

491
00:26:35,572 –> 00:26:39,075
I’m never getting out of this
town. So no, I’m not okay.

492
00:26:43,213 –> 00:26:45,148
Why are you guys
acting so weird?

493
00:26:46,182 –> 00:26:47,416
– Us?
– Nothing.

494
00:26:47,418 –> 00:26:48,850
SAM: No reason at all. Mm-hm.

495
00:26:48,852 –> 00:26:50,519
I’m working
on my science project.

496
00:26:50,521 –> 00:26:52,687
– We’re just playing video games.
– Just us two.

497
00:26:52,689 –> 00:26:55,022
– Nobody else.
SONNY: Mm-hm.

498
00:26:55,024 –> 00:26:56,924
I’m going to bed.

499
00:26:56,926 –> 00:26:58,262
Good night.

500
00:26:59,463 –> 00:27:01,398
(♪♪♪)

501
00:27:03,934 –> 00:27:05,402
Who just said that?

502
00:27:06,737 –> 00:27:08,203
– Me!
– Sam.

503
00:27:08,205 –> 00:27:09,606
(IN RASPY VOICE)
Good night.

504
00:27:09,608 –> 00:27:11,373
SONNY: It’s a new thing we’re doing.

505
00:27:11,375 –> 00:27:13,375
(IN RASPY VOICE) Good night.
Good night.

506
00:27:13,377 –> 00:27:15,277
– Hit the hay.
SONNY: Good night, Sarah.

507
00:27:15,279 –> 00:27:17,514
Night-night.

508
00:27:17,516 –> 00:27:19,748
(NORMALLY)
That is not cool, Slappy.

509
00:27:19,750 –> 00:27:21,286
(CHUCKLES)

510
00:27:25,190 –> 00:27:27,058
(♪♪♪)

511
00:27:42,874 –> 00:27:44,743
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

512
00:28:20,180 –> 00:28:22,049
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

513
00:28:29,722 –> 00:28:32,390
What the hell?

514
00:28:32,392 –> 00:28:36,061
– Ugh. God, they are such tools.
TYLER: Boo!

515
00:28:36,063 –> 00:28:38,863
(GASPS, THEN CHUCKLES)

516
00:28:38,865 –> 00:28:41,567
Missed you at the show
last night.

517
00:28:41,569 –> 00:28:44,403
Bet you did. You have fun?

518
00:28:44,405 –> 00:28:46,572
It was okay.
A bunch of us just hanging out.

519
00:28:46,574 –> 00:28:48,073
Totally casual.

520
00:28:48,075 –> 00:28:49,577
Right.

521
00:28:51,579 –> 00:28:53,913
– What’s with the dummy?
– Oh, him?

522
00:28:53,915 –> 00:28:56,182
We were just hanging out.

523
00:28:56,184 –> 00:28:58,186
Totally casual.

524
00:29:02,557 –> 00:29:04,459
(♪♪♪)

525
00:29:15,671 –> 00:29:17,571
(LOCK CLICKS)

526
00:29:17,573 –> 00:29:18,741
Fly, little ghost.

527
00:29:23,912 –> 00:29:26,980
Hey, whoever that is, can you
toss me up some more string?

528
00:29:26,982 –> 00:29:28,417
SLAPPY: Sure.

529
00:29:33,289 –> 00:29:34,555
(SCOFFS)

530
00:29:34,557 –> 00:29:37,124
Okay.

531
00:29:37,126 –> 00:29:39,926
That’s hilarious.

532
00:29:39,928 –> 00:29:41,329
Sarah?

533
00:29:41,331 –> 00:29:42,764
(SLAPPY CLEARS THROAT)

534
00:29:42,766 –> 00:29:45,832
Oh! Hey, hey, hey,
not funny, not funny.

535
00:29:45,834 –> 00:29:47,834
Sarah, stop fooling around.

536
00:29:47,836 –> 00:29:51,508
I’d say you’re the one
fooling around.

537
00:29:52,942 –> 00:29:54,375
How are you talking?

538
00:29:54,377 –> 00:29:57,412
I love the theater.

539
00:29:57,414 –> 00:30:00,749
I always bring down the house.

540
00:30:00,751 –> 00:30:02,319
(CACKLES)

541
00:30:04,087 –> 00:30:06,555
Wait, no! What are you doing?
What are you doing?

542
00:30:06,557 –> 00:30:08,156
Tell me, Tyler.

543
00:30:08,158 –> 00:30:10,960
What does it say
on that top step?

544
00:30:12,263 –> 00:30:15,097
Uh… It’s not a step?

545
00:30:15,099 –> 00:30:16,931
Maybe you’ll remember that

546
00:30:16,933 –> 00:30:21,205
the next time you
step out of line with my sister.

547
00:30:23,107 –> 00:30:25,744
(YELLS, THEN GROANS)

548
00:30:32,316 –> 00:30:34,684
It was a puppet, man.
It was a puppet.

549
00:30:34,686 –> 00:30:36,686
It had these
supernatural powers.

550
00:30:36,688 –> 00:30:38,722
He could move things
with his mind.

551
00:30:38,724 –> 00:30:40,190
I swear.

552
00:30:40,192 –> 00:30:42,492
She knows! Ask her.
It was in her locker.

553
00:30:42,494 –> 00:30:45,462
Please tell him real quick.
Sarah, tell him!

554
00:30:45,464 –> 00:30:47,664
It’s just the meds
kicking in, sir.

555
00:30:47,666 –> 00:30:49,699
Last guy said he saw a dragon.

556
00:30:49,701 –> 00:30:51,701
It wasn’t a dragon.
It was a puppet.

557
00:30:51,703 –> 00:30:53,638
(♪♪♪)

558
00:31:01,179 –> 00:31:03,012
(SCHOOL BELL RINGING)

559
00:31:03,014 –> 00:31:04,684
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

560
00:31:07,152 –> 00:31:09,953
Nikola Tesla
constructed this tower

561
00:31:09,955 –> 00:31:12,123
right here in Wardenclyffe,
New York

562
00:31:12,125 –> 00:31:14,825
to beam bolts of electricity
across the world.

563
00:31:14,827 –> 00:31:16,360
And today…

564
00:31:16,362 –> 00:31:19,630
we are going
to beam bolts of electricity

565
00:31:19,632 –> 00:31:21,565
across this classroom.

566
00:31:21,567 –> 00:31:24,535
Someone beam me
out of this classroom.

567
00:31:24,537 –> 00:31:26,838
(STUDENTS CHUCKLE)

568
00:31:26,840 –> 00:31:29,273
May I have a volunteer?

569
00:31:29,275 –> 00:31:31,676
You, ma’am,
in the pink sweater.

570
00:31:31,678 –> 00:31:34,912
Hold that and prepare
to be amazed.

571
00:31:34,914 –> 00:31:36,715
Behold:

572
00:31:36,717 –> 00:31:39,153
The power of Tesla.

573
00:31:40,521 –> 00:31:42,423
(♪♪♪)

574
00:31:54,034 –> 00:31:55,737
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

575
00:32:00,073 –> 00:32:02,577
Mr. Quinn, unplug that now!

576
00:32:03,678 –> 00:32:04,813
(SHRIEKS)

577
00:32:07,114 –> 00:32:08,750
(STUDENTS CLAMORING)

578
00:32:11,453 –> 00:32:12,754
(POWER WHINES)

579
00:32:16,958 –> 00:32:19,060
BOY: That was awesome!

580
00:32:20,962 –> 00:32:25,566
And that was my presentation
on Nikola Tesla.

581
00:32:25,568 –> 00:32:28,369
Any… Any questions?

582
00:32:30,104 –> 00:32:32,171
Today’s picture day!

583
00:32:32,173 –> 00:32:34,108
(FIRE ALARM RINGING)

584
00:32:37,446 –> 00:32:40,514
This is not good.
I’m so busted.

585
00:32:40,516 –> 00:32:42,483
Oh, great,
the fire department’s here?

586
00:32:42,485 –> 00:32:44,987
They’re definitely gonna
make you repeat a grade.

587
00:32:46,755 –> 00:32:49,590
Please tell me you guys
had nothing to do with this.

588
00:32:49,592 –> 00:32:52,025
Sonny blew up the science wing.
It was so cool.

589
00:32:52,027 –> 00:32:54,027
It was an accident.

590
00:32:54,029 –> 00:32:55,630
What are you doing here?

591
00:32:55,632 –> 00:32:58,098
Tyler Mitchell just got loaded
into an ambulance.

592
00:32:58,100 –> 00:33:00,301
He said the dummy
you guys put in my backpack

593
00:33:00,303 –> 00:33:03,805
attacked him
with supernatural powers.

594
00:33:03,807 –> 00:33:06,274
We didn’t put Slappy
in your backpack.

595
00:33:06,276 –> 00:33:07,942
(♪♪♪)

596
00:33:07,944 –> 00:33:09,312
Get in.

597
00:33:11,348 –> 00:33:12,848
SARAH: You’re telling me

598
00:33:12,850 –> 00:33:16,150
that you discovered
a walking, talking dummy

599
00:33:16,152 –> 00:33:17,820
and you didn’t tell me?

600
00:33:17,822 –> 00:33:19,989
He seemed like a nice guy
at the start.

601
00:33:19,991 –> 00:33:23,659
– He had great manners.
– He told us to keep it a secret.

602
00:33:23,661 –> 00:33:25,761
A, I’m your sister.

603
00:33:25,763 –> 00:33:27,429
And B, as a general rule,

604
00:33:27,431 –> 00:33:29,999
when an animated doll
tells you to keep secrets,

605
00:33:30,001 –> 00:33:31,233
that’s a red flag.

606
00:33:31,235 –> 00:33:32,668
He’s not just some doll.

607
00:33:32,670 –> 00:33:34,670
He’s got powers.
He can move stuff with his mind.

608
00:33:34,672 –> 00:33:36,472
You guys, this is insane.

609
00:33:36,474 –> 00:33:39,375
I mean,
why would he go after Tyler?

610
00:33:39,377 –> 00:33:42,511
Maybe he heard you complaining
about him last night.

611
00:33:42,513 –> 00:33:44,382
Great.
What else did I complain about?

612
00:33:46,752 –> 00:33:48,018
Mom.

613
00:33:48,020 –> 00:33:49,922
(♪♪♪)

614
00:33:59,364 –> 00:34:02,699
Hey, kids, you wanna see
the mummies come to life?

615
00:34:02,701 –> 00:34:04,901
– Sorry, Mr. Chu!
– Don’t have time to talk now!

616
00:34:04,903 –> 00:34:06,736
Your loss!

617
00:34:06,738 –> 00:34:08,505
(MUMMY LAUGHS)

618
00:34:08,507 –> 00:34:10,140
– Mom!
– Ms. Quinn!

619
00:34:10,142 –> 00:34:12,709
(KATHY LAUGHS)

620
00:34:12,711 –> 00:34:18,148
Hey. You didn’t tell me you got
a ventriloquist dummy. How fun!

621
00:34:18,150 –> 00:34:20,918
He was sitting at the table
like a little person.

622
00:34:20,920 –> 00:34:24,021
“Hi, kids. My name is Bobo.

623
00:34:24,023 –> 00:34:26,591
And I like listening to Mom.”
Heh, heh.

624
00:34:26,593 –> 00:34:28,693
Mom, his name is Slappy,

625
00:34:28,695 –> 00:34:30,795
and I would not do that
if I were you.

626
00:34:30,797 –> 00:34:32,897
Slappy.
That’s a ridiculous name.

627
00:34:32,899 –> 00:34:35,067
No, no. His name is Bobo.

628
00:34:35,069 –> 00:34:38,202
– Mom, you don’t understand.
– Ms. Quinn, he’s alive.

629
00:34:38,204 –> 00:34:40,304
I think these guys
are trying to play

630
00:34:40,306 –> 00:34:42,473
some sort of
a Halloween prank on us,

631
00:34:42,475 –> 00:34:44,475
but I’m not buying it.
Are you No.

632
00:34:44,477 –> 00:34:46,078
(PHONE RINGING)

633
00:34:46,080 –> 00:34:49,280
Oh, let me get that.
But nice try. Very creative.

634
00:34:49,282 –> 00:34:52,285
Stay right there.
Don’t go anywhere.

635
00:34:56,724 –> 00:34:59,658
(♪♪♪)

636
00:34:59,660 –> 00:35:03,096
Hi, kids. Good day at school?

637
00:35:03,098 –> 00:35:05,797
Oh, my God. He sounds
even creepier than he looks.

638
00:35:05,799 –> 00:35:08,935
Ha-ha-ha. We’re gonna be
such a happy family.

639
00:35:08,937 –> 00:35:10,602
You’re not our family.

640
00:35:10,604 –> 00:35:13,106
Do it, Sonny. Turn him off.

641
00:35:13,108 –> 00:35:16,743
Hearing you say that
makes me mad.

642
00:35:16,745 –> 00:35:22,081
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

643
00:35:22,083 –> 00:35:23,750
Don’t do that.

644
00:35:23,752 –> 00:35:25,385
Do it again.

645
00:35:25,387 –> 00:35:28,421
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

646
00:35:28,423 –> 00:35:31,027
(GASPING)

647
00:35:34,262 –> 00:35:35,397
(EXHALES)

648
00:35:39,869 –> 00:35:41,037
It worked.

649
00:35:51,313 –> 00:35:52,546
(GASPS)

650
00:35:52,548 –> 00:35:53,947
And trust me.

651
00:35:53,949 –> 00:35:56,784
You don’t want to find out
what happens…

652
00:35:56,786 –> 00:35:59,822
when I get mad.

653
00:36:00,856 –> 00:36:02,723
KATHY: Okay.
– Hm?

654
00:36:02,725 –> 00:36:05,960
Well, that was
an interesting phone call.

655
00:36:05,962 –> 00:36:07,594
Anything you wanna tell me?

656
00:36:07,596 –> 00:36:09,964
Yes, we’ve been trying to.
That dummy is evil.

657
00:36:09,966 –> 00:36:12,433
You blew up the science lab?

658
00:36:12,435 –> 00:36:14,201
Yeah, there was that too.

659
00:36:14,203 –> 00:36:16,604
Do you know
how much damage you’ve caused?

660
00:36:16,606 –> 00:36:17,872
It wasn’t Sonny’s fault.

661
00:36:17,874 –> 00:36:19,774
KATHY: I’m sure it was an accident.

662
00:36:19,776 –> 00:36:22,877
– It wasn’t an accident. The dummy did it.
– Yeah.

663
00:36:22,879 –> 00:36:25,613
Do I look like a dummy
to you?

664
00:36:25,615 –> 00:36:27,215
We’re telling
the truth!

665
00:36:27,217 –> 00:36:28,650
Here’s some truth for you.

666
00:36:28,652 –> 00:36:30,719
Halloween is canceled
for the three of you.

667
00:36:30,721 –> 00:36:32,353
– What?
– Canceled.

668
00:36:32,355 –> 00:36:34,689
– Come on.
KATHY: You know…

669
00:36:34,691 –> 00:36:38,493
I expect this kind of
craziness from the boys.

670
00:36:38,495 –> 00:36:40,395
But I felt like
you were gonna help me

671
00:36:40,397 –> 00:36:42,098
keep things under control,
Sarah.

672
00:36:42,100 –> 00:36:43,532
Mom.

673
00:36:43,534 –> 00:36:45,366
I’m disappointed.

674
00:36:45,368 –> 00:36:47,103
– Come on. Mom.
– Mom, please.

675
00:36:47,105 –> 00:36:48,271
(DOOR SLAMS)

676
00:36:50,240 –> 00:36:52,977
Not as disappointed
as I am.

677
00:36:54,011 –> 00:36:56,280
My room.
Now.

678
00:37:01,053 –> 00:37:02,585
We’ve got a problem.

679
00:37:02,587 –> 00:37:05,055
Yeah. I have never seen
your mom that mad.

680
00:37:05,057 –> 00:37:07,423
I’m talking about
the psycho dummy on our couch.

681
00:37:07,425 –> 00:37:11,161
Did somebody call
a family meeting without me?

682
00:37:11,163 –> 00:37:13,362
No, no. Slappy,
why would you think that?

683
00:37:13,364 –> 00:37:16,933
We were just planning
a surprise party for you.

684
00:37:16,935 –> 00:37:20,370
Well, I’ve got a surprise
for the three of you.

685
00:37:20,372 –> 00:37:22,773
This is my house now.

686
00:37:22,775 –> 00:37:24,775
And under my roof,

687
00:37:24,777 –> 00:37:26,576
I make the rules.

688
00:37:26,578 –> 00:37:29,679
Sorry, but you just got voted
out of this family.

689
00:37:29,681 –> 00:37:31,784
– Huh Aah!
SAM: Oh!

690
00:37:36,890 –> 00:37:39,289
What do we do with him now?

691
00:37:39,291 –> 00:37:40,558
Fireplace.

692
00:37:40,560 –> 00:37:42,059
No. No way.

693
00:37:42,061 –> 00:37:44,228
I would have nightmares
the rest of my life.

694
00:37:44,230 –> 00:37:47,465
No. I have a better idea.

695
00:37:47,467 –> 00:37:49,467
(♪♪♪)

696
00:37:49,469 –> 00:37:52,770
SONNY: Ugh. We’ve
been walking forever.

697
00:37:52,772 –> 00:37:55,640
It’s like this whole place
is made of poison ivy.

698
00:37:55,642 –> 00:37:57,608
SAM:
Stop complaining.

699
00:37:57,610 –> 00:37:59,180
How much farther is it?

700
00:37:59,847 –> 00:38:01,113
Here.

701
00:38:01,115 –> 00:38:03,650
This should work.

702
00:38:06,120 –> 00:38:09,087
Am I the only one that feels
like we’re committing a crime?

703
00:38:09,089 –> 00:38:12,459
It’s a dummy. The only crime
we’re committing is littering.

704
00:38:13,394 –> 00:38:15,961
– Ready?
– Yeah, yeah.

705
00:38:15,963 –> 00:38:17,998
Okay, watch out.

706
00:38:20,000 –> 00:38:21,535
(GRUNTS)

707
00:38:30,245 –> 00:38:31,980
It’s done.

708
00:38:33,648 –> 00:38:35,217
Let’s get out of here.

709
00:38:40,021 –> 00:38:41,323
SAM: Sonny, come on.

710
00:38:54,502 –> 00:38:56,036
We just killed a puppet.

711
00:38:56,038 –> 00:38:58,172
Trust me, we had to.

712
00:38:58,174 –> 00:39:00,241
And I say we just
forget it ever happened,

713
00:39:00,243 –> 00:39:02,076
because no one
will believe us anyway.

714
00:39:02,078 –> 00:39:03,344
It’s over.

715
00:39:03,346 –> 00:39:05,012
He’s locked in a suitcase.

716
00:39:05,014 –> 00:39:07,581
There’s no way
that dummy’s getting out.

717
00:39:07,583 –> 00:39:09,919
(ALL SCREAMING)

718
00:39:11,821 –> 00:39:14,455
Who you calling “dummy,”
dummy?

719
00:39:14,457 –> 00:39:15,892
(TIRES SQUEALING)

720
00:39:19,296 –> 00:39:20,661
What do you want from us?

721
00:39:20,663 –> 00:39:23,464
I just want to be
part of the family.

722
00:39:23,466 –> 00:39:25,601
SONNY: He’s gonna break
through the windshield.

723
00:39:29,405 –> 00:39:31,873
(TIRES SCREECH)
(SLAPPY SCREAMS)

724
00:39:31,875 –> 00:39:33,043
(ALL PANTING)

725
00:39:37,848 –> 00:39:39,080
Is everyone okay?

726
00:39:39,082 –> 00:39:40,550
SAM: Yeah.
Think so.

727
00:39:42,185 –> 00:39:45,053
Where’s Slappy?

728
00:39:45,055 –> 00:39:48,293
Guys, I think we just made
things a thousand times worse.

729
00:39:49,793 –> 00:39:51,728
(♪♪♪)

730
00:39:58,937 –> 00:40:01,404
I’ve been driving
In my car

731
00:40:01,406 –> 00:40:03,639
Trying to find
Some sign of life

732
00:40:03,641 –> 00:40:06,075
One is a guy
That is kind of creepy

733
00:40:06,077 –> 00:40:08,313
It’s a little stickling
Said sleepy

734
00:40:09,714 –> 00:40:12,048
KIDS: Trick or treat!

735
00:40:12,050 –> 00:40:13,883
CHU: There you go, Hank.

736
00:40:13,885 –> 00:40:16,452
All right,
come on in. Zoink!

737
00:40:16,454 –> 00:40:18,355
Step right up.
Don’t be scared.

738
00:40:18,357 –> 00:40:21,058
Welcome to my haunted house.

739
00:40:21,060 –> 00:40:22,491
Boo!

740
00:40:22,493 –> 00:40:25,128
All right.
Here you go. Happy Halloween.

741
00:40:25,130 –> 00:40:27,864
(ROARS AND KIDS LAUGH)

742
00:40:27,866 –> 00:40:30,767
Hey, what’s up, my witches?

743
00:40:30,769 –> 00:40:32,436
Little Frankenstein humor.

744
00:40:32,438 –> 00:40:33,704
Zoink!

745
00:40:33,706 –> 00:40:34,972
Beat it.

746
00:40:34,974 –> 00:40:37,541
(CHU CACKLES)

747
00:40:37,543 –> 00:40:38,942
Here you go.

748
00:40:38,944 –> 00:40:40,210
Bye-bye!

749
00:40:40,212 –> 00:40:42,213
Hey, my princess.

750
00:40:42,215 –> 00:40:43,448
Bye-bye!

751
00:40:43,450 –> 00:40:45,283
Hey, my cowboy.

752
00:40:45,285 –> 00:40:48,054
BOY: I’m not a cowboy!
CHU: Yes, you are. Bye-bye!

753
00:40:49,521 –> 00:40:51,788
“A mysterious disturbance
recently took place

754
00:40:51,790 –> 00:40:53,590
“in the town
of Madison, Delaware.

755
00:40:53,592 –> 00:40:56,861
“Neighborhoods were ravaged
and the high school destroyed.

756
00:40:56,863 –> 00:41:00,031
“An FBI spokesman said unusual
weather patterns were to blame,

757
00:41:00,033 –> 00:41:01,799
“but there were rumors
of a cover-up

758
00:41:01,801 –> 00:41:03,601
“for something far stranger.

759
00:41:03,603 –> 00:41:06,573
“Sightings of giant insects,
Abominable Snowmen, and even…

760
00:41:08,008 –> 00:41:09,841
…an evil ventriloquist dummy.”

761
00:41:09,843 –> 00:41:11,609
Oh, we’re so dead.

762
00:41:11,611 –> 00:41:14,113
“Creatures believed to come
alive from the original

763
00:41:14,115 –> 00:41:16,148
manuscripts of horror author
R.L. Stine.”

764
00:41:16,150 –> 00:41:18,484
– The book.
– What book?

765
00:41:18,486 –> 00:41:21,353
In that abandoned house, we
found this old locked-up book.

766
00:41:21,355 –> 00:41:24,323
And when we unlocked it,
that’s when Slappy appeared.

767
00:41:24,325 –> 00:41:26,325
Yeah, but Tommy Madigan
took it from us.

768
00:41:26,327 –> 00:41:29,495
Well, how do you know the book
was written by R.L. Stine?

769
00:41:29,497 –> 00:41:30,965
Wait a second.

770
00:41:34,101 –> 00:41:36,602
“From 1979 to 1985,

771
00:41:36,604 –> 00:41:38,871
“legendary horror author
R.L. Stine

772
00:41:38,873 –> 00:41:40,639
lived in Wardenclyffe,
New York.”

773
00:41:40,641 –> 00:41:43,309
SARAH: Here?
– That’s not good.

774
00:41:43,311 –> 00:41:45,045
“Stine started
his writing career

775
00:41:45,047 –> 00:41:48,081
“with a since-unpublished novel
titled Haunted Halloween,

776
00:41:48,083 –> 00:41:50,016
“a tale of a demonic dummy
who sets out

777
00:41:50,018 –> 00:41:52,519
to create a family
of his own by…”

778
00:41:52,521 –> 00:41:54,320
By… By what?

779
00:41:54,322 –> 00:41:56,625
By bringing Halloween
to life.

780
00:41:59,061 –> 00:42:00,962
(♪♪♪)

781
00:42:05,100 –> 00:42:08,034
I love a good holiday sale.

782
00:42:08,036 –> 00:42:09,604
(CACKLES)

783
00:42:17,612 –> 00:42:19,549
(HUMMING)

784
00:42:28,324 –> 00:42:31,225
Hello, old friends.

785
00:42:31,227 –> 00:42:34,895
If those kids don’t want me
to be a part of their family,

786
00:42:34,897 –> 00:42:38,101
I’ll raise one of my own.

787
00:42:39,436 –> 00:42:41,570
Karru marri

788
00:42:41,572 –> 00:42:47,209
odonna loma molonu karrano.

789
00:42:47,211 –> 00:42:48,946
Karru marri…

790
00:42:54,318 –> 00:42:56,253
Okay.

791
00:42:59,223 –> 00:43:01,125
(CHITTERING)

792
00:43:04,728 –> 00:43:07,230
(SQUEAKING)

793
00:43:07,232 –> 00:43:09,134
(TEETH CHATTERING)

794
00:43:20,879 –> 00:43:22,780
(SHRIEKING)

795
00:43:30,221 –> 00:43:32,123
(GROWLING)

796
00:43:36,761 –> 00:43:38,663
(BOTH GRUNTING)

797
00:43:45,638 –> 00:43:48,174
(GROANS)

798
00:43:49,074 –> 00:43:51,175
(HISSES)

799
00:43:51,177 –> 00:43:53,110
(GRUNTING)

800
00:43:53,112 –> 00:43:54,246
Yes.

801
00:43:57,183 –> 00:43:59,051
(HOWLS)

802
00:44:03,356 –> 00:44:05,356
(ROARS)

803
00:44:05,358 –> 00:44:06,992
(CLANK)

804
00:44:11,998 –> 00:44:13,531
(GASPS)

805
00:44:13,533 –> 00:44:16,436
(SLAPPY LAUGHING)
(MONSTERS GRUNTING AND GROWLING)

806
00:44:18,838 –> 00:44:20,707
SLAPPY: Trick or treat.

807
00:44:23,009 –> 00:44:24,911
(GRUNTING)

808
00:44:27,948 –> 00:44:29,548
(CACKLES)

809
00:44:29,550 –> 00:44:31,185
(GROANING)

810
00:44:35,389 –> 00:44:37,389
(GROANS)

811
00:44:37,391 –> 00:44:40,326
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

812
00:44:40,328 –> 00:44:43,097
Welcome
to the family,

813
00:44:44,298 –> 00:44:45,667
Walter.

814
00:44:46,702 –> 00:44:48,169
(CHUCKLES)

815
00:44:49,671 –> 00:44:54,106
Serving families
is what I do. Heh, heh.

816
00:44:54,108 –> 00:44:56,875
Heh, heh. Come along,
then, brother.

817
00:44:56,877 –> 00:44:58,445
Just wait until you see

818
00:44:58,447 –> 00:45:01,914
what I have planned next
for this town.

819
00:45:01,916 –> 00:45:04,917
(CACKLES)

820
00:45:04,919 –> 00:45:06,821
(VAMPIRE LAUGHING)

821
00:45:13,962 –> 00:45:15,795
Guys, this is bad.

822
00:45:15,797 –> 00:45:17,931
This is really,
really bad.

823
00:45:17,933 –> 00:45:20,400
You know what we need to do?
We need to call the police.

824
00:45:20,402 –> 00:45:22,470
And tell them what?
That an evil dummy

825
00:45:22,472 –> 00:45:24,237
is about to bring
Halloween to life?

826
00:45:24,239 –> 00:45:25,905
– Yes!
SARAH: Great idea, Sam.

827
00:45:25,907 –> 00:45:27,275
They’ll come and arrest us.

828
00:45:27,277 –> 00:45:29,410
– Wait, guys, I found a number.
– For Stine?

829
00:45:29,412 –> 00:45:31,445
No, says here
nobody knows where he is,

830
00:45:31,447 –> 00:45:33,180
but this is for
Richard Shivers.

831
00:45:33,182 –> 00:45:37,784
He’s the president of the
R.L. Stine Appreciation Society.

832
00:45:37,786 –> 00:45:39,954
– What are you doing?
– I’m calling.

833
00:45:39,956 –> 00:45:42,290
(LINE RINGING)

834
00:45:42,292 –> 00:45:45,126
RECORDING: Good day, you’ve
reached Dr. Richard Shivers

835
00:45:45,128 –> 00:45:47,596
and the R.L. Stine
Appreciation Society.

836
00:45:47,598 –> 00:45:49,864
If you’re trying to
reach Stine, don’t bother.

837
00:45:49,866 –> 00:45:52,033
Otherwise,
leave a message.

838
00:45:52,035 –> 00:45:54,536
SARAH: Hi, Mr. Shivers,
my name is Sarah Quinn.

839
00:45:54,538 –> 00:45:56,371
I live in
Wardenclyffe, New York.

840
00:45:56,373 –> 00:45:59,408
I desperately need to
get in touch with R.L. Stine.

841
00:45:59,410 –> 00:46:00,975
This is gonna sound crazy,

842
00:46:00,977 –> 00:46:03,679
but I think one of his stories
has come to life.

843
00:46:03,681 –> 00:46:04,946
(BEEPS)

844
00:46:04,948 –> 00:46:06,748
Hi, Mr. Shivers…

845
00:46:06,750 –> 00:46:08,817
Well…

846
00:46:08,819 –> 00:46:11,119
Looks like we’re on our own.

847
00:46:11,121 –> 00:46:12,921
Wait,
where are we going?

848
00:46:12,923 –> 00:46:16,091
To find Tommy Madigan
and get that book.

849
00:46:16,093 –> 00:46:17,326
Get that one.

850
00:46:17,328 –> 00:46:19,194
No way he’s gonna
be able to get that.

851
00:46:19,196 –> 00:46:20,463
Oh.

852
00:46:20,465 –> 00:46:22,699
SONNY: Tommy! Tommy!
SAM: Tommy! Hey.

853
00:46:22,701 –> 00:46:24,199
Tommy! Tommy!

854
00:46:24,201 –> 00:46:25,802
BOY:
What do these idiots want?

855
00:46:25,804 –> 00:46:27,069
I’ll take care
of this.

856
00:46:27,071 –> 00:46:28,571
SONNY: We need that book.

857
00:46:28,573 –> 00:46:30,640
– It’s really important.
– It’s super important.

858
00:46:30,642 –> 00:46:32,141
The book with
the lock on it.

859
00:46:32,143 –> 00:46:33,409
Okay, okay.
What book?

860
00:46:33,411 –> 00:46:35,011
The one you stole
from us, Tommy.

861
00:46:35,013 –> 00:46:36,746
Oh, yeah.
I’ve got it right here.

862
00:46:36,748 –> 00:46:38,681
– Oh, really?
– No, idiot.

863
00:46:38,683 –> 00:46:42,018
Why would I be carrying a book
around with me on Halloween?

864
00:46:42,020 –> 00:46:44,588
Now, go back home
with your babysitter.

865
00:46:44,590 –> 00:46:46,022
I’ll be there in a bit
to egg your house.

866
00:46:46,024 –> 00:46:47,458
Listen,
you little punk,

867
00:46:47,460 –> 00:46:49,593
I’m not the babysitter.
I’m Sonny’s sister.

868
00:46:49,595 –> 00:46:50,927
You’re gonna give us
that book back

869
00:46:50,929 –> 00:46:52,763
or I’ll make your life
a living hell.

870
00:46:52,765 –> 00:46:55,699
The only thing you’ll use that
toilet paper for is to wipe…

871
00:46:55,701 –> 00:46:58,135
Okay. God, you don’t have
to be so mean about it.

872
00:46:58,137 –> 00:47:00,037
Let’s get
out of here.

873
00:47:00,039 –> 00:47:02,408
Book’s at my house
in my room.

874
00:47:04,343 –> 00:47:08,680
But it’s hidden, so good luck
finding it, losers. Heh, heh.

875
00:47:08,682 –> 00:47:10,751
(SHRIEKING IN DISTANCE)

876
00:47:13,653 –> 00:47:15,555
(♪♪♪)

877
00:47:20,494 –> 00:47:22,763
(ALL GASP)

878
00:47:24,698 –> 00:47:27,198
Those are some
awesome costumes.

879
00:47:27,200 –> 00:47:29,334
(SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

880
00:47:29,336 –> 00:47:31,605
(BOYS SCREAMING)

881
00:47:32,672 –> 00:47:35,008
(SCREAMING)

882
00:47:36,711 –> 00:47:37,944
Is this actually
happening?

883
00:47:39,680 –> 00:47:42,147
(ALL YELL)

884
00:47:42,149 –> 00:47:43,684
Guys, we gotta find
that book!

885
00:47:49,189 –> 00:47:51,923
SLAPPY: Evening, Mr. Tesla.

886
00:47:51,925 –> 00:47:56,028
You don’t mind if we bring
your tower back to life, do you?

887
00:47:56,030 –> 00:47:57,932
(BOTH CACKLING)

888
00:48:01,436 –> 00:48:03,235
(QUIETLY)
What did he say?

889
00:48:03,237 –> 00:48:05,705
Shut up.

890
00:48:05,707 –> 00:48:08,875
SLAPPY: Tesla used this tower
to project electricity,

891
00:48:08,877 –> 00:48:11,076
but I’m going
to use this tower

892
00:48:11,078 –> 00:48:15,281
to project my magic
in ways he never imagined.

893
00:48:15,283 –> 00:48:19,586
It takes a genius
to know a genius.

894
00:48:19,588 –> 00:48:21,488
(POWERING UP)

895
00:48:21,490 –> 00:48:23,790
– Whoa.
– Heh-heh-heh.

896
00:48:23,792 –> 00:48:25,392
Come along,
Walter.

897
00:48:25,394 –> 00:48:26,793
We’ve got work
to do.

898
00:48:26,795 –> 00:48:28,263
Very well.
Let’s go.

899
00:48:31,667 –> 00:48:33,133
SONNY: This is Tommy’s house.

900
00:48:33,135 –> 00:48:36,171
Well, I guess
we just knock?

901
00:48:38,474 –> 00:48:40,608
SAM: Knock loud. He
lives with his grandma.

902
00:48:40,610 –> 00:48:41,778
(KNOCKS)

903
00:48:42,779 –> 00:48:44,412
Okay.

904
00:48:44,414 –> 00:48:45,880
(DOORBELL RINGS)

905
00:48:45,882 –> 00:48:48,114
Wait! Guys,
there she is.

906
00:48:48,116 –> 00:48:49,484
SONNY: She’s asleep.

907
00:48:49,486 –> 00:48:51,419
I guess we’ll just
have to wake her up.

908
00:48:51,421 –> 00:48:53,287
– Hello! Come on.
– Hello!

909
00:48:53,289 –> 00:48:55,656
– Hello!
– Tommy’s grandma!

910
00:48:55,658 –> 00:48:57,992
(SIGHS)
Wow.

911
00:48:57,994 –> 00:48:59,762
Guess she’s a deep sleeper.

912
00:49:02,465 –> 00:49:03,966
(SIGHS)
It’s locked.

913
00:49:03,968 –> 00:49:06,133
Find another way in
and go get that book.

914
00:49:06,135 –> 00:49:07,303
What are you gonna do?

915
00:49:10,006 –> 00:49:12,608
I’m gonna make sure
nothing surprises us. Go!

916
00:49:12,610 –> 00:49:14,776
(♪♪♪)

917
00:49:14,778 –> 00:49:16,680
(WINDOW CLATTERING)

918
00:49:26,858 –> 00:49:28,123
(BANGS)

919
00:49:28,125 –> 00:49:29,859
– Ow!
– Shh.

920
00:49:29,861 –> 00:49:32,795
What?

921
00:49:32,797 –> 00:49:36,467
(WHISPERING) I can’t believe we’re
breaking into someone’s house right now.

922
00:49:44,609 –> 00:49:47,145
Shh.

923
00:49:49,848 –> 00:49:51,781
(WHISPERING)
Hey, they got gummy bears.

924
00:49:51,783 –> 00:49:53,585
Who cares?
Stop screwing around.

925
00:49:55,021 –> 00:49:56,352
AUTOMATED VOICE: Hands off!

926
00:49:56,354 –> 00:49:58,256
(LAUGHS)

927
00:50:00,960 –> 00:50:03,293
Sam, stop
screwing around. Let’s go.

928
00:50:03,295 –> 00:50:04,931
– Okay, all right.
(CLICKS)

929
00:50:08,768 –> 00:50:10,636
SLAPPY: Watch this, Walter.

930
00:50:12,772 –> 00:50:14,438
WALTER: Whoa. Whoa.

931
00:50:14,440 –> 00:50:16,740
(LAUGHING)

932
00:50:16,742 –> 00:50:21,211
Why settle for
a small family, Walter,

933
00:50:21,213 –> 00:50:24,682
when we can project
my power everywhere

934
00:50:24,684 –> 00:50:27,886
and bring all of
Halloween to life?

935
00:50:27,888 –> 00:50:30,120
(LAUGHS)
Yeah.

936
00:50:30,122 –> 00:50:33,725
Karru marri odonna loma

937
00:50:33,727 –> 00:50:37,194
molonu karrano.
– Whoa.

938
00:50:37,196 –> 00:50:39,096
Karru marri

939
00:50:39,098 –> 00:50:43,935
odonna loma
molonu karrano.

940
00:50:43,937 –> 00:50:45,872
(BOTH CACKLING)

941
00:50:49,576 –> 00:50:51,411
(♪♪♪)

942
00:50:52,346 –> 00:50:54,247
(CACKLING CONTINUES)

943
00:51:01,355 –> 00:51:03,256
(ALL SHRIEKING)

944
00:51:07,260 –> 00:51:08,496
(BOTH SNICKERING)

945
00:51:12,166 –> 00:51:13,768
(GRUNTING)

946
00:51:19,173 –> 00:51:20,941
(NEIGHS)

947
00:51:20,943 –> 00:51:24,243
Hyah! Ha-ha-ha!

948
00:51:24,245 –> 00:51:27,146
(CACKLING)

949
00:51:27,148 –> 00:51:30,383
– Sam, I found it. Yeah.
– You found it?

950
00:51:30,385 –> 00:51:31,852
SONNY: “R.L. Stine.”

951
00:51:31,854 –> 00:51:33,722
How did we miss that?

952
00:51:35,624 –> 00:51:38,759
– That can’t be good.
– Yeah. We gotta go.

953
00:51:38,761 –> 00:51:40,663
(♪♪♪)

954
00:51:46,568 –> 00:51:48,235
Let’s just go
back out the window.

955
00:51:48,237 –> 00:51:49,505
SAM: All right.

956
00:51:51,607 –> 00:51:53,573
– Oh.
HAND: Ah!

957
00:51:53,575 –> 00:51:54,878
(YELLS)

958
00:51:56,112 –> 00:51:57,477
Sam!

959
00:51:57,479 –> 00:51:59,479
The hand
has my hand!

960
00:51:59,481 –> 00:52:01,482
Just rip it off!
Throw it!

961
00:52:01,484 –> 00:52:03,153
(HAND SNARLS)

962
00:52:06,923 –> 00:52:09,325
Sam. Turn around.

963
00:52:10,794 –> 00:52:11,928
They’re moving.

964
00:52:13,363 –> 00:52:14,963
Sonny,
they’re just gummy bears.

965
00:52:14,965 –> 00:52:17,066
They’re so tiny and cute.
What can they do?

966
00:52:17,068 –> 00:52:19,436
(CHITTERING)

967
00:52:21,671 –> 00:52:23,005
Hey there, little guys.

968
00:52:23,007 –> 00:52:24,807
Sam, you just ate
half their family.

969
00:52:24,809 –> 00:52:26,443
I would not do that
if I were you.

970
00:52:27,545 –> 00:52:29,545
(♪♪♪)

971
00:52:29,547 –> 00:52:31,549
(GUMMY BEARS GRUNTING, SNICKERING)

972
00:52:39,590 –> 00:52:41,657
Why are they walking
towards us?

973
00:52:41,659 –> 00:52:44,326
Okay. All right.
Maybe

974
00:52:44,328 –> 00:52:47,730
they just want us
to stay and play.

975
00:52:47,732 –> 00:52:48,900
(ALL ROAR)
(BOYS YELL)

976
00:52:53,805 –> 00:52:56,708
(♪♪♪)

977
00:53:00,078 –> 00:53:01,911
God, where is everyone?

978
00:53:01,913 –> 00:53:04,013
Oh, there’s one
on my back, Sam!

979
00:53:04,015 –> 00:53:05,715
Okay, okay!

980
00:53:05,717 –> 00:53:08,852
(GUMMY BEARS GIGGLING)

981
00:53:08,854 –> 00:53:11,721
– Pull harder!
– I’m trying!

982
00:53:11,723 –> 00:53:13,289
– Whoa.
BEAR: Ha-ha-ha!

983
00:53:13,291 –> 00:53:14,691
Go for the window, Sam!

984
00:53:14,693 –> 00:53:15,962
I’m coming!

985
00:53:17,764 –> 00:53:18,931
Whoa!

986
00:53:21,433 –> 00:53:23,335
(SNARLING)

987
00:53:27,039 –> 00:53:29,509
(GLASS SHATTERING)

988
00:53:30,777 –> 00:53:32,678
(GRUNTING)

989
00:53:35,148 –> 00:53:38,484
Just! Stop! Giggling!

990
00:53:42,388 –> 00:53:44,390
(GRUNTING)

991
00:53:47,360 –> 00:53:49,293
Sam! I need some help
over here…

992
00:53:49,295 –> 00:53:52,363
(WAILING)
Sonny!

993
00:53:52,365 –> 00:53:54,268
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

994
00:53:57,370 –> 00:53:58,703
Mom, we’re under attack!

995
00:53:58,705 –> 00:54:00,472
Sonny, what are you
talking about?

996
00:54:00,474 –> 00:54:02,109
Where’s Sarah?
Who’s attacking you?

997
00:54:03,977 –> 00:54:05,610
Gummy bears.

998
00:54:05,612 –> 00:54:07,579
KATHY: What Honey, you’re mumbling.

999
00:54:07,581 –> 00:54:08,814
Put Sarah on the phone.

1000
00:54:08,816 –> 00:54:10,315
(GROWLS)

1001
00:54:10,317 –> 00:54:11,984
KATHY: Sonny.
BEAR: Whee!

1002
00:54:11,986 –> 00:54:13,953
(GRUNTING)

1003
00:54:13,955 –> 00:54:15,188
KATHY: What…?

1004
00:54:15,190 –> 00:54:16,856
Okay, that’s it.

1005
00:54:16,858 –> 00:54:19,524
Do not leave the house!
I’m coming home.

1006
00:54:19,526 –> 00:54:21,461
(GRUNTING CONTINUES)

1007
00:54:34,876 –> 00:54:36,143
(PANTING)

1008
00:54:36,145 –> 00:54:38,145
Sonny, help!

1009
00:54:38,147 –> 00:54:39,512
Sam, I’m coming!

1010
00:54:39,514 –> 00:54:41,183
Hurry!

1011
00:54:45,620 –> 00:54:47,821
(BEAR YELLING)

1012
00:54:47,823 –> 00:54:49,725
(LITTLE BEARS SQUEALING)

1013
00:55:04,006 –> 00:55:08,642
No, no, no!
You’ll never take me alive!

1014
00:55:08,644 –> 00:55:10,146
(BEAR SCREAMS)

1015
00:55:12,148 –> 00:55:14,849
That is my new favorite book.

1016
00:55:14,851 –> 00:55:17,551
– You okay?
– I think.

1017
00:55:17,553 –> 00:55:19,419
Let’s get out of here.

1018
00:55:19,421 –> 00:55:20,822
(ALL YELL)

1019
00:55:20,824 –> 00:55:22,423
What are you guys
doing in there?

1020
00:55:22,425 –> 00:55:24,692
Oh, no big deal, really.
Just being mauled

1021
00:55:24,694 –> 00:55:26,194
by my favorite
comfort food!

1022
00:55:26,196 –> 00:55:27,695
Wait. Just stop.
Stop, stop!

1023
00:55:27,697 –> 00:55:29,697
What are you guys
even talking about?

1024
00:55:29,699 –> 00:55:31,733
Everything is alive, Sarah.
Even candy.

1025
00:55:31,735 –> 00:55:34,069
Well, is that the book?
Let’s read it.

1026
00:55:34,071 –> 00:55:36,571
There’s something you need
to know about this book.

1027
00:55:36,573 –> 00:55:37,940
What?

1028
00:55:37,942 –> 00:55:39,540
(HOWLING IN DISTANCE)

1029
00:55:39,542 –> 00:55:40,843
Look out!

1030
00:55:40,845 –> 00:55:42,980
(GROWLS)
(GRUNTS)

1031
00:55:44,614 –> 00:55:46,717
– Whoa!
(RASPING)

1032
00:56:02,367 –> 00:56:04,767
That’s what.

1033
00:56:04,769 –> 00:56:06,769
This is not
a normal book, Sarah.

1034
00:56:06,771 –> 00:56:08,706
(PANTING)

1035
00:56:15,247 –> 00:56:16,780
Who would write this?

1036
00:56:16,782 –> 00:56:18,717
(♪♪♪)

1037
00:56:29,128 –> 00:56:30,330
(ENGINE REVS)

1038
00:56:34,599 –> 00:56:37,703
They did the monster mash
The monster mash

1039
00:56:39,238 –> 00:56:41,040
Oh, what is this?

1040
00:56:41,975 –> 00:56:43,607
Okay.

1041
00:56:43,609 –> 00:56:44,777
– Huh?
– Oh!

1042
00:56:46,846 –> 00:56:49,448
– Hyah!
– Oh, you rehearsed that, did you?

1043
00:56:49,450 –> 00:56:53,086
Best costume of the night, sir.

1044
00:56:54,821 –> 00:56:56,756
(ALL LAUGHING)

1045
00:56:58,125 –> 00:56:59,458
(ROARS)

1046
00:56:59,460 –> 00:57:01,028
(SCREAMING)

1047
00:57:02,162 –> 00:57:04,098
(SNARLING)

1048
00:57:05,565 –> 00:57:07,565
(ALL SCREAMING)

1049
00:57:07,567 –> 00:57:08,900
(LAUGHS)

1050
00:57:08,902 –> 00:57:10,268
(HORN HONKS)

1051
00:57:10,270 –> 00:57:12,471
(SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1052
00:57:12,473 –> 00:57:13,974
GIRL: Go!

1053
00:57:14,775 –> 00:57:16,677
(SIRENS WAILING)

1054
00:57:22,317 –> 00:57:24,149
WOMAN: Look out, look out! Ah!

1055
00:57:24,151 –> 00:57:26,785
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1056
00:57:26,787 –> 00:57:28,187
MAN: What’s going on?

1057
00:57:28,189 –> 00:57:30,925
There! Let’s take
the alley. It’s empty.

1058
00:57:34,896 –> 00:57:36,561
Wait, wait!

1059
00:57:36,563 –> 00:57:39,198
We need to read the book
and see how we can end this.

1060
00:57:39,200 –> 00:57:41,868
Let me see.

1061
00:57:41,870 –> 00:57:44,570
“It was nearly Halloween
in the town of Wardenclyffe…”

1062
00:57:44,572 –> 00:57:46,739
Blah, blah, blah. Here!

1063
00:57:46,741 –> 00:57:48,475
“His revenge
was to create a family

1064
00:57:48,477 –> 00:57:51,177
by bringing Halloween to life,
but that wasn’t enough.”

1065
00:57:51,179 –> 00:57:53,147
That seems like
plenty of revenge to me.

1066
00:57:53,149 –> 00:57:56,584
“Because he wanted more than
a family. He wanted a mother.

1067
00:57:59,288 –> 00:58:01,390
His plan was to…”

1068
00:58:02,624 –> 00:58:04,224
Was to what?
Keep reading.

1069
00:58:04,226 –> 00:58:05,859
I-I-I can’t.

1070
00:58:05,861 –> 00:58:10,464
That was the last page.
It’s an unfinished manuscript.

1071
00:58:10,466 –> 00:58:12,234
What?

1072
00:58:13,537 –> 00:58:14,937
Okay, great.
What do we do now?

1073
00:58:16,172 –> 00:58:18,038
Slappy’s gonna go after Mom.

1074
00:58:18,040 –> 00:58:21,309
That book is the only thing
we have to stop him.

1075
00:58:21,311 –> 00:58:23,644
We have to go to
the nursing home and save her.

1076
00:58:23,646 –> 00:58:25,579
Mom’s not at
the nursing home.

1077
00:58:25,581 –> 00:58:27,681
Where is she?

1078
00:58:27,683 –> 00:58:30,885
– On her way home to save us.
– What?

1079
00:58:30,887 –> 00:58:33,288
She called while we were
attacked by gummy bears.

1080
00:58:33,290 –> 00:58:35,056
Why answer
at a time like that?

1081
00:58:35,058 –> 00:58:38,193
Maybe because unlike you, Sarah,
I pick up Mom’s phone calls.

1082
00:58:38,195 –> 00:58:39,594
Really Guilt trip much?

1083
00:58:39,596 –> 00:58:41,763
We need to find your mom
before Slappy does.

1084
00:58:41,765 –> 00:58:43,466
Now, come on,
let’s go!

1085
00:58:43,468 –> 00:58:45,403
(♪♪♪)

1086
00:58:47,472 –> 00:58:50,573
Your woodworking skills
are impressive.

1087
00:58:50,575 –> 00:58:51,806
Yes.

1088
00:58:51,808 –> 00:58:53,975
This will do nicely.

1089
00:58:53,977 –> 00:58:56,845
Oh, I used to manage
a hardware store.

1090
00:58:56,847 –> 00:58:59,781
– Walter. Focus, please.
– Yes.

1091
00:58:59,783 –> 00:59:05,087
Now tell my monsters to get me
Mama and get me that book.

1092
00:59:05,089 –> 00:59:07,623
Yeah. Yes.

1093
00:59:07,625 –> 00:59:09,561
SARAH: Run!
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1094
00:59:12,864 –> 00:59:14,296
SAM: Duck!
(ALL SNARLING)

1095
00:59:14,298 –> 00:59:15,733
Look out!

1096
00:59:19,737 –> 00:59:22,239
(SPIDER ROARING)

1097
00:59:22,241 –> 00:59:23,408
What the…?

1098
00:59:25,144 –> 00:59:26,445
SONNY: That’s Mr. Peters!

1099
00:59:27,980 –> 00:59:29,779
(SIREN CHIRPING)

1100
00:59:29,781 –> 00:59:32,249
MAN 1: Nice doggy.
MAN 2: It’s right behind you!

1101
00:59:32,251 –> 00:59:34,017
MAN 1: Ah! Not on my leg!

1102
00:59:34,019 –> 00:59:37,254
KATHY: Help!

1103
00:59:37,256 –> 00:59:40,157
That’s Mom! That’s Mom!
Come on!

1104
00:59:40,159 –> 00:59:41,992
PIRATE: You bunch of scallywags!

1105
00:59:41,994 –> 00:59:43,660
KATHY: Kids, watch out!

1106
00:59:43,662 –> 00:59:44,830
(ALL YELL)

1107
00:59:46,698 –> 00:59:47,866
Behind you!

1108
00:59:53,805 –> 00:59:56,274
(SPIDER ROARING)

1109
00:59:56,276 –> 00:59:58,342
Okay, now’s our chance.

1110
00:59:58,344 –> 01:00:00,311
Give me the book.
I’m gonna protect Mom.

1111
01:00:00,313 –> 01:00:02,613
You get the ladder
and meet me at that tree.

1112
01:00:02,615 –> 01:00:04,484
– Wait till it’s safe, then go.
– Okay.

1113
01:00:06,487 –> 01:00:07,655
(GROANS)

1114
01:00:11,358 –> 01:00:12,859
(SKELETON YELLS)

1115
01:00:15,828 –> 01:00:17,462
(GASPS)

1116
01:00:17,464 –> 01:00:19,233
Okay, okay.

1117
01:00:24,171 –> 01:00:26,672
(WAILING)

1118
01:00:26,674 –> 01:00:30,809
Oh, my God! We’re all gonna die!
Run for your life! Ah!

1119
01:00:30,811 –> 01:00:32,744
(CRYING)
Oh, my God.

1120
01:00:32,746 –> 01:00:34,846
Oops. Not a monster.

1121
01:00:34,848 –> 01:00:36,248
SAM: All right, let’s go!

1122
01:00:36,250 –> 01:00:37,749
Come on!

1123
01:00:37,751 –> 01:00:39,251
Halt!

1124
01:00:39,253 –> 01:00:41,987
My orders are
to guard this porch!

1125
01:00:41,989 –> 01:00:43,223
No way.

1126
01:00:43,225 –> 01:00:44,856
You like carving pumpkins,
huh?

1127
01:00:44,858 –> 01:00:46,858
Look what you did
to poor Terry.

1128
01:00:46,860 –> 01:00:49,028
Hiya! I’m round.

1129
01:00:49,030 –> 01:00:51,199
Sergeant Squash,
open fire.

1130
01:00:53,368 –> 01:00:55,068
Oh. Ow!

1131
01:00:55,070 –> 01:00:56,871
(GRUNTING)

1132
01:01:03,078 –> 01:01:04,744
We need to find
another way in!

1133
01:01:04,746 –> 01:01:06,714
No. This is my house.

1134
01:01:06,716 –> 01:01:08,684
SERGEANT: I’m hit! Medic!

1135
01:01:09,985 –> 01:01:11,552
What are you doing?
Put me down!

1136
01:01:11,554 –> 01:01:13,187
Hiya! Happy Easter.

1137
01:01:13,189 –> 01:01:14,588
– No, no!
TERRY: Ugh!

1138
01:01:14,590 –> 01:01:17,057
Yes! Let’s go.

1139
01:01:17,059 –> 01:01:20,027
Sarah, I was so worried.
Are you okay?

1140
01:01:20,029 –> 01:01:21,395
I’m fine.
Just hang tight.

1141
01:01:21,397 –> 01:01:23,364
I’m gonna get you down.
I promise.

1142
01:01:23,366 –> 01:01:24,865
I just need you to trust me.

1143
01:01:24,867 –> 01:01:27,034
KATHY: Don’t worry about me. Run. Hide!

1144
01:01:27,036 –> 01:01:28,871
Ghost at 11 o’clock!

1145
01:01:31,107 –> 01:01:34,110
No, no, no! Get back here!

1146
01:01:37,547 –> 01:01:38,814
(YELLS)

1147
01:01:40,250 –> 01:01:42,717
SARAH: That’s my book! Ah!

1148
01:01:42,719 –> 01:01:44,121
We gotta go.

1149
01:01:46,056 –> 01:01:49,291
(SARAH SCREAMING)

1150
01:01:49,293 –> 01:01:52,227
Sarah!
Sarah, let go of that ghost!

1151
01:01:52,229 –> 01:01:54,764
Do not let go
of that ghost!

1152
01:01:54,766 –> 01:01:55,932
(SCREAMS)

1153
01:01:58,736 –> 01:02:01,236
– You okay?
– No, that ghost took the book.

1154
01:02:01,238 –> 01:02:02,406
(SPIDER ROARS)

1155
01:02:04,742 –> 01:02:07,208
SONNY: Mom!
– Oh, kids. Help!

1156
01:02:07,210 –> 01:02:08,778
No, no, no!

1157
01:02:08,780 –> 01:02:10,879
– Sarah!
SARAH: Mom!

1158
01:02:10,881 –> 01:02:14,216
(KATHY SCREAMING)

1159
01:02:14,218 –> 01:02:16,585
SONNY: It’s heading for the Tesla lab.

1160
01:02:16,587 –> 01:02:18,220
Slappy brought
the tower to life.

1161
01:02:18,222 –> 01:02:19,622
That’s why
this is happening.

1162
01:02:19,624 –> 01:02:20,925
We have to stop him.

1163
01:02:22,260 –> 01:02:24,795
Uh, guys?

1164
01:02:24,797 –> 01:02:26,197
(ALL SNARLING, HISSING)

1165
01:02:27,566 –> 01:02:29,733
Sonny, what do we do?

1166
01:02:29,735 –> 01:02:31,336
I don’t know.
You’re the older one.

1167
01:02:32,471 –> 01:02:34,707
(ALL SCREAMING)

1168
01:02:35,940 –> 01:02:37,509
No, no, no.
It’s me, Mr. Chu!

1169
01:02:38,544 –> 01:02:40,042
Mr. Chu?

1170
01:02:40,044 –> 01:02:43,879
Shh! Follow me!
To the basement now!

1171
01:02:43,881 –> 01:02:45,615
Don’t ruin the Mylar.

1172
01:02:45,617 –> 01:02:48,153
I’m saving it for next year.
Go, go, go.

1173
01:02:49,823 –> 01:02:51,823
(♪♪♪)

1174
01:02:51,825 –> 01:02:53,727
(ENGINE REVVING)

1175
01:02:55,461 –> 01:02:57,060
Let me get this straight.

1176
01:02:57,062 –> 01:03:00,565
We are living a Goosebumps
story right now?

1177
01:03:00,567 –> 01:03:02,232
Okay, clearly you’re a fan.

1178
01:03:02,234 –> 01:03:04,369
This is the greatest thing
I’ve ever heard!

1179
01:03:04,371 –> 01:03:07,271
Hold on. Let me guess, let me
guess, let me guess. Um…

1180
01:03:07,273 –> 01:03:08,806
Monster Blood.

1181
01:03:08,808 –> 01:03:11,776
No, too on the nose.
Yeah, you’re right. Um…

1182
01:03:11,778 –> 01:03:14,679
The Scarecrow Walks
at Midnight.

1183
01:03:14,681 –> 01:03:16,881
No. Haunted Halloween.

1184
01:03:16,883 –> 01:03:20,118
I don’t know that one.
How does it end?

1185
01:03:20,120 –> 01:03:21,953
That’s the problem.

1186
01:03:21,955 –> 01:03:23,454
It doesn’t.

1187
01:03:23,456 –> 01:03:25,358
(THUNDER RUMBLES)
(COIL CRACKLING)

1188
01:03:29,329 –> 01:03:31,231
(MUFFLED GRUNTING)

1189
01:03:32,500 –> 01:03:33,866
Mm! Mm!

1190
01:03:33,868 –> 01:03:35,467
Hello, Mama.

1191
01:03:35,469 –> 01:03:37,236
Remember me?

1192
01:03:37,238 –> 01:03:39,405
You put me on your lap.

1193
01:03:39,407 –> 01:03:41,774
Put those cute words
in my mouth.

1194
01:03:41,776 –> 01:03:45,544
What was it you called me?
“Bobo” Ha-ha-ha.

1195
01:03:45,546 –> 01:03:47,579
Can’t talk?

1196
01:03:47,581 –> 01:03:49,515
Don’t you worry.

1197
01:03:49,517 –> 01:03:53,452
From now on, I’ll do
the talking for both of us.

1198
01:03:53,454 –> 01:03:55,622
(SLAPPY & WALTER CACKLE)

1199
01:03:55,624 –> 01:03:58,926
I’m gonna make you
so proud, Mama.

1200
01:04:00,762 –> 01:04:03,563
Onarrak unolom

1201
01:04:03,565 –> 01:04:05,365
amol

1202
01:04:05,367 –> 01:04:07,367
annodo irram

1203
01:04:07,369 –> 01:04:09,001
urrak.

1204
01:04:09,003 –> 01:04:11,104
(KATHY WHIMPERING)

1205
01:04:11,106 –> 01:04:13,072
(LAUGHING)
– It’s working.

1206
01:04:13,074 –> 01:04:14,543
Yes.

1207
01:04:17,112 –> 01:04:19,780
(CACKLES)

1208
01:04:19,782 –> 01:04:21,114
(IMITATES EXPLOSION)

1209
01:04:21,116 –> 01:04:24,050
My mind is literally
blown right now.

1210
01:04:24,052 –> 01:04:27,253
I mean, we get to finish
our Goosebumps story!

1211
01:04:27,255 –> 01:04:29,623
This isn’t a creative-writing
exercise, Mr. Chu.

1212
01:04:29,625 –> 01:04:31,425
Slappy has our mom!

1213
01:04:31,427 –> 01:04:34,462
Yeah, and then you get to
save your mom. It’s Chapter 22:

1214
01:04:34,464 –> 01:04:37,531
“The kids save their mom
from the demonic dummy.”

1215
01:04:37,533 –> 01:04:39,834
Well, the only thing
I had to save my mom

1216
01:04:39,836 –> 01:04:42,636
was that book,
and I lost it. So…

1217
01:04:42,638 –> 01:04:45,172
Sarah. This is not
your fault.

1218
01:04:45,174 –> 01:04:46,974
If anything, it’s my fault.

1219
01:04:46,976 –> 01:04:49,845
I’m the one who found the book
and brought Slappy to life.

1220
01:04:49,847 –> 01:04:51,580
And I even told Slappy
about Tesla.

1221
01:04:51,582 –> 01:04:53,515
Mom trusted me to
take care of you guys,

1222
01:04:53,517 –> 01:04:55,484
and I told her
I would save her.

1223
01:04:55,486 –> 01:04:57,286
I failed.

1224
01:04:58,822 –> 01:05:00,689
I know I always say that
I can’t wait

1225
01:05:00,691 –> 01:05:03,492
to go to college
and get started on my real life,

1226
01:05:03,494 –> 01:05:05,796
but you guys are my life.

1227
01:05:07,998 –> 01:05:10,232
This is a classic
Goosebumps moment.

1228
01:05:10,234 –> 01:05:12,067
Do you remember
Say Cheese and Die…?

1229
01:05:12,069 –> 01:05:14,069
– This is real life, Chu!
– Okay.

1230
01:05:14,071 –> 01:05:17,773
Guys, Slappy is using the Tesla
Tower to power Halloween.

1231
01:05:17,775 –> 01:05:19,441
If I can get in there,
maybe I can

1232
01:05:19,443 –> 01:05:21,076
shut it off,
and we can save Mom.

1233
01:05:21,078 –> 01:05:22,745
But there’s
monsters everywhere.

1234
01:05:22,747 –> 01:05:24,279
How are we gonna
get past them?

1235
01:05:24,281 –> 01:05:25,781
Easy.

1236
01:05:25,783 –> 01:05:27,249
Camouflage.

1237
01:05:27,251 –> 01:05:28,686
(♪♪♪)

1238
01:05:30,153 –> 01:05:31,990
Welcome to my crafts lab.

1239
01:05:33,258 –> 01:05:35,124
Wow.

1240
01:05:35,126 –> 01:05:39,262
Steady on my grind and got no
Time for playing games

1241
01:05:39,264 –> 01:05:43,065
Money on my mind, I’m kicking
As I’m taking names

1242
01:05:43,067 –> 01:05:45,301
The heat is on
Get out the kitchen

1243
01:05:45,303 –> 01:05:47,169
If you can’t handle
The flames

1244
01:05:47,171 –> 01:05:49,405
I’m hustling
I was born to win

1245
01:05:49,407 –> 01:05:51,307
Ain’t never gonna change

1246
01:05:51,309 –> 01:05:55,579
Let me tell you now
I don’t know how

1247
01:05:55,581 –> 01:05:59,983
But the whole world’s
Gonna know my name

1248
01:05:59,985 –> 01:06:03,654
Just wait and see
They gon’ talk about me

1249
01:06:03,656 –> 01:06:06,757
Things ain’t never
Gon’ be the same

1250
01:06:06,759 –> 01:06:08,492
Are you ready

1251
01:06:08,494 –> 01:06:10,762
Are you ready

1252
01:06:10,764 –> 01:06:14,799
Better make way
‘Cause I’m coming through

1253
01:06:14,801 –> 01:06:16,668
Are you ready for me

1254
01:06:16,670 –> 01:06:19,136
Are you ready for me

1255
01:06:19,138 –> 01:06:23,541
You know I’m gonna be
Legendary

1256
01:06:23,543 –> 01:06:25,543
(ALL SNARLING)

1257
01:06:25,545 –> 01:06:27,179
Jeez,
they’re still everywhere.

1258
01:06:29,583 –> 01:06:31,384
It’s actually working.

1259
01:06:32,852 –> 01:06:34,852
Come on. We gotta
get to that tower.

1260
01:06:34,854 –> 01:06:36,756
(♪♪♪)

1261
01:06:40,427 –> 01:06:42,427
SONNY: I can’t believe
we’re really here.

1262
01:06:42,429 –> 01:06:44,128
I can barely see
out of this thing.

1263
01:06:44,130 –> 01:06:45,864
Is it cool?
Is it awesome?

1264
01:06:45,866 –> 01:06:48,366
(WHISPERING)
Hey, fanboy. Let’s focus.

1265
01:06:48,368 –> 01:06:49,670
Right. Sorry.

1266
01:06:51,706 –> 01:06:53,674
Let’s go.

1267
01:07:02,450 –> 01:07:03,984
(SNARLING)

1268
01:07:03,986 –> 01:07:05,284
(ALL GASP)

1269
01:07:05,286 –> 01:07:06,787
(GRUNTS)

1270
01:07:11,960 –> 01:07:14,596
SARAH: (SOFTLY)
Don’t. Move.

1271
01:07:18,033 –> 01:07:19,935
(GRUNTS)

1272
01:07:23,204 –> 01:07:24,906
Come on, let’s go.
Come on!

1273
01:07:36,986 –> 01:07:38,418
Look at this place.

1274
01:07:38,420 –> 01:07:40,620
SARAH: It’s so creepy.

1275
01:07:40,622 –> 01:07:42,190
Stay close.

1276
01:07:43,760 –> 01:07:45,662
(CHITTERING)

1277
01:07:49,432 –> 01:07:51,766
SAM: No wonder Tesla
abandoned this place.

1278
01:07:51,768 –> 01:07:58,439
Shh, shh, shh.
Do you hear that?

1279
01:07:58,441 –> 01:07:59,975
(SHRIEKING)

1280
01:07:59,977 –> 01:08:01,244
(YELLING)

1281
01:08:07,885 –> 01:08:09,318
Come on.

1282
01:08:13,891 –> 01:08:15,891
(MONSTER GROANS)

1283
01:08:15,893 –> 01:08:18,192
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1284
01:08:18,194 –> 01:08:19,863
(♪♪♪)

1285
01:08:30,175 –> 01:08:32,077
(GIRL SCREAMING)

1286
01:08:35,046 –> 01:08:36,344
STINE: Oh, no.

1287
01:08:36,346 –> 01:08:40,116
Not Haunted Halloween.

1288
01:08:40,118 –> 01:08:41,686
(DEATH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1289
01:08:42,954 –> 01:08:44,821
(GIRLS SCREAMING)

1290
01:08:44,823 –> 01:08:47,792
Oh, my writing was
so cliché back then.

1291
01:08:51,730 –> 01:08:55,565
I knew it! I knew I came up
with that first.

1292
01:08:55,567 –> 01:08:57,867
(SIREN WAILS)

1293
01:08:57,869 –> 01:09:01,370
That clever little dummy’s
writing his own ending.

1294
01:09:01,372 –> 01:09:03,239
Not in my book,
he’s not.

1295
01:09:03,241 –> 01:09:05,508
(BOTH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1296
01:09:05,510 –> 01:09:07,213
Oh, gnomes.

1297
01:09:08,714 –> 01:09:10,180
Don’t you dare.

1298
01:09:10,182 –> 01:09:11,414
Stay.

1299
01:09:11,416 –> 01:09:13,919
Ow! Son of a… Ah!

1300
01:09:15,286 –> 01:09:17,187
(WITCHES SHRIEKING)

1301
01:09:17,189 –> 01:09:19,456
Oh, witches!

1302
01:09:19,458 –> 01:09:21,859
Get away, witches!

1303
01:09:21,861 –> 01:09:24,764
(ENGINE REVS)

1304
01:09:26,432 –> 01:09:29,602
SAM: Guys, do you hear that?
– Shh!

1305
01:09:33,106 –> 01:09:34,371
Wow.

1306
01:09:34,373 –> 01:09:36,943
SARAH: Whoa.

1307
01:09:37,778 –> 01:09:40,512
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

1308
01:09:40,514 –> 01:09:42,247
Welcome.

1309
01:09:42,249 –> 01:09:44,384
Slappy.

1310
01:09:46,052 –> 01:09:47,287
(GRUNTING)

1311
01:09:49,422 –> 01:09:51,322
– Walter?
(GRUNTS)

1312
01:09:51,324 –> 01:09:53,025
Where’s my mother?

1313
01:09:53,027 –> 01:09:56,130
Don’t you mean our mother?

1314
01:10:00,835 –> 01:10:03,769
(IN RASPY VOICE)
There’s my sweet little babies.

1315
01:10:03,771 –> 01:10:07,072
I just love a family reunion.

1316
01:10:07,074 –> 01:10:10,308
– Mom.
– What did you do?

1317
01:10:10,310 –> 01:10:12,411
(ALL GASP)

1318
01:10:12,413 –> 01:10:14,413
SLAPPY: I had a papa once!

1319
01:10:14,415 –> 01:10:16,348
He let me down.

1320
01:10:16,350 –> 01:10:19,252
But a mother’s love
is forever.

1321
01:10:19,254 –> 01:10:21,054
Turn her back now,
you psycho!

1322
01:10:21,056 –> 01:10:22,788
Oh, should I?

1323
01:10:22,790 –> 01:10:27,393
Unfortunately,
I have other plans.

1324
01:10:27,395 –> 01:10:29,428
Walter!
The book, please.

1325
01:10:29,430 –> 01:10:30,598
Yes.

1326
01:10:32,600 –> 01:10:34,134
This book.

1327
01:10:34,136 –> 01:10:36,102
Go prepare the tower!

1328
01:10:36,104 –> 01:10:38,138
(GROWLS)

1329
01:10:38,140 –> 01:10:40,440
I’m going to do what
Stine couldn’t:

1330
01:10:40,442 –> 01:10:43,743
Finish this book,
once and for all.

1331
01:10:43,745 –> 01:10:45,647
(BOTH CACKLING)

1332
01:10:49,451 –> 01:10:52,220
(CHUCKLES)
Spoiler alert:

1333
01:10:52,222 –> 01:10:54,989
The manuscript gets destroyed
in that tower,

1334
01:10:54,991 –> 01:10:58,491
and my Halloween family
lasts forever!

1335
01:10:58,493 –> 01:11:01,696
Mama,
babysit the children for me.

1336
01:11:01,698 –> 01:11:03,496
Yes, dear.

1337
01:11:03,498 –> 01:11:05,666
We can’t let him
destroy that book.

1338
01:11:05,668 –> 01:11:09,439
Sonny, turn this thing off.
I’m going after Slappy.

1339
01:11:12,041 –> 01:11:14,141
Just you and me now,
Slappy.

1340
01:11:14,143 –> 01:11:19,181
Can’t hear you. I’m too far
ahead of you. Hee-hee-hee!

1341
01:11:19,183 –> 01:11:22,050
SONNY: This is amperage
and this is voltage?

1342
01:11:22,052 –> 01:11:23,886
None of these cables
make any sense.

1343
01:11:23,888 –> 01:11:25,787
What about here?
Start pulling levers.

1344
01:11:25,789 –> 01:11:28,156
– No, no, Sam, don’t!
– Ah!

1345
01:11:28,158 –> 01:11:30,526
Slappy booby-trapped
all this stuff.

1346
01:11:39,803 –> 01:11:41,570
(GASPS)

1347
01:11:41,572 –> 01:11:45,409
Careful, Sarah. It’d be a shame
to fall from that height.

1348
01:11:46,510 –> 01:11:48,311
(WITCH SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

1349
01:11:48,313 –> 01:11:49,713
(YELLS)

1350
01:11:53,318 –> 01:11:55,417
Plenty more
where that came from.

1351
01:11:55,419 –> 01:11:57,419
(CACKLES)

1352
01:11:57,421 –> 01:11:59,758
Come on, Sonny,
turn this thing off.

1353
01:12:01,593 –> 01:12:04,093
Oh, no. Sonny hurry up.

1354
01:12:04,095 –> 01:12:05,828
Slappy’s at the top.
Do something.

1355
01:12:05,830 –> 01:12:07,230
I can’t do it, Sam.

1356
01:12:07,232 –> 01:12:09,732
Come on, Sonny.
You are the smartest kid I know.

1357
01:12:09,734 –> 01:12:12,269
Sam, I couldn’t even do
my little science project.

1358
01:12:12,271 –> 01:12:13,536
Slappy did that.

1359
01:12:13,538 –> 01:12:14,973
And even that one shorted out.

1360
01:12:18,044 –> 01:12:20,443
Wait. That’s it.

1361
01:12:20,445 –> 01:12:24,248
We turn it up. All the way up.
We blow the fuse.

1362
01:12:24,250 –> 01:12:26,016
– Yes!
– The fuse is over there.

1363
01:12:26,018 –> 01:12:27,920
(♪♪♪)

1364
01:12:31,357 –> 01:12:36,527
And now to finish this story
and destroy the town.

1365
01:12:36,529 –> 01:12:37,964
(GRUNTS)

1366
01:12:39,098 –> 01:12:40,267
No!

1367
01:12:42,102 –> 01:12:44,568
What do you think
you’re doing?

1368
01:12:44,570 –> 01:12:46,237
Writing my own ending.

1369
01:12:46,239 –> 01:12:47,738
Spoiler alert:
I save the town

1370
01:12:47,740 –> 01:12:49,309
and put you back
where you belong.

1371
01:12:52,112 –> 01:12:53,912
(GRUNTING)

1372
01:12:53,914 –> 01:12:55,612
SLAPPY: What’s the matter?

1373
01:12:55,614 –> 01:12:57,749
Writer’s block?

1374
01:12:57,751 –> 01:12:59,184
Again?

1375
01:12:59,186 –> 01:13:00,819
– Grab that lever. Yes.
– This one?

1376
01:13:00,821 –> 01:13:03,154
On my count,
we push up at the same time.

1377
01:13:03,156 –> 01:13:04,825
Ready Go!

1378
01:13:07,094 –> 01:13:08,229
(ALARM SOUNDING)

1379
01:13:16,337 –> 01:13:17,769
Give me the book.

1380
01:13:17,771 –> 01:13:19,040
(GRUNTING)

1381
01:13:20,975 –> 01:13:23,275
You’re not gonna
get this book, Slappy.

1382
01:13:23,277 –> 01:13:26,312
I have a friend
who might think otherwise.

1383
01:13:26,314 –> 01:13:27,982
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1384
01:13:29,283 –> 01:13:30,983
(SARAH YELLS)

1385
01:13:30,985 –> 01:13:32,887
(BALLOONS POPPING)

1386
01:13:36,425 –> 01:13:38,960
Nowhere else to run, sis!

1387
01:13:43,198 –> 01:13:46,732
Fine. You win, Slappy.

1388
01:13:46,734 –> 01:13:49,602
I’ll give you the book,
but you gotta turn my mom back.

1389
01:13:49,604 –> 01:13:51,140
Deal.

1390
01:13:56,445 –> 01:13:59,746
It all ends
Slappily ever after.

1391
01:13:59,748 –> 01:14:01,314
(CACKLES)

1392
01:14:01,316 –> 01:14:04,017
You forgot one thing:

1393
01:14:04,019 –> 01:14:05,919
Never judge a book
by its cover.

1394
01:14:05,921 –> 01:14:07,723
What?

1395
01:14:09,024 –> 01:14:10,324
No!

1396
01:14:10,326 –> 01:14:12,228
(BOTH YELL)

1397
01:14:17,934 –> 01:14:19,736
(GROANING)

1398
01:14:23,773 –> 01:14:25,942
(ALL GRUNTING)

1399
01:14:31,214 –> 01:14:33,415
(NORMALLY)
Sonny, what’s happening?

1400
01:14:33,417 –> 01:14:34,584
Mom.

1401
01:14:35,919 –> 01:14:37,854
We need to get out of here!

1402
01:14:39,756 –> 01:14:42,026
(SCREAMING)

1403
01:14:48,365 –> 01:14:50,267
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1404
01:15:14,758 –> 01:15:16,660
(YELLING)

1405
01:15:23,168 –> 01:15:24,537
(GROANING)

1406
01:15:28,574 –> 01:15:30,476
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1407
01:15:34,980 –> 01:15:36,580
(YELLS)

1408
01:15:36,582 –> 01:15:38,715
It’s working!

1409
01:15:38,717 –> 01:15:39,919
Go, kids!

1410
01:15:41,786 –> 01:15:43,122
(BRAKES SQUEAL)

1411
01:15:57,069 –> 01:15:58,470
(WOLF HOWLS)

1412
01:15:58,472 –> 01:16:00,039
(GROANING)

1413
01:16:08,515 –> 01:16:10,417
(PANTING)

1414
01:16:21,361 –> 01:16:22,696
Hello?

1415
01:16:23,997 –> 01:16:25,730
Someone called for me?

1416
01:16:25,732 –> 01:16:29,402
KATHY: Sarah Oh! Oh…
– Mom!

1417
01:16:29,404 –> 01:16:31,137
STINE: Hello?

1418
01:16:31,139 –> 01:16:33,472
I got your message.
I’m here.

1419
01:16:33,474 –> 01:16:35,675
Don’t worry.
Everything’s going to be okay.

1420
01:16:35,677 –> 01:16:38,010
I need typing paper,
a thesaurus,

1421
01:16:38,012 –> 01:16:40,112
Diet Coke,
and a quiet place to compose.

1422
01:16:40,114 –> 01:16:43,883
Preferably in a comfortable
chair with lumbar support.

1423
01:16:43,885 –> 01:16:46,687
Are you R.L. Stine?

1424
01:16:46,689 –> 01:16:49,623
Me No, I’m Dr. Seuss.
R.L. Stine was unavailable.

1425
01:16:49,625 –> 01:16:51,059
Yes, of course,
I’m R.L. Stine!

1426
01:16:52,827 –> 01:16:55,698
Then I guess this
belongs to you.

1427
01:16:56,632 –> 01:16:58,332
Don’t open it.

1428
01:16:58,334 –> 01:17:00,334
(GASPS)

1429
01:17:00,336 –> 01:17:02,735
My first book.

1430
01:17:02,737 –> 01:17:04,504
(SCOFFS)

1431
01:17:04,506 –> 01:17:08,175
You realize I wrote this
when I was around your age.

1432
01:17:08,177 –> 01:17:12,012
More of an amateur work, really,
but I am sure you’ll all agree

1433
01:17:12,014 –> 01:17:15,217
it shows the undeniable promise
of a brilliant young writer.

1434
01:17:16,352 –> 01:17:17,884
Why do you have
a typewriter?

1435
01:17:17,886 –> 01:17:20,254
I was going to
save you with it,

1436
01:17:20,256 –> 01:17:22,956
although it appears you found
a way to save yourselves.

1437
01:17:22,958 –> 01:17:25,693
– A typewriter?
– It’s been done before.

1438
01:17:25,695 –> 01:17:27,295
Once before.

1439
01:17:27,297 –> 01:17:29,230
Maybe twice.

1440
01:17:29,232 –> 01:17:30,964
Maybe more.

1441
01:17:30,966 –> 01:17:32,899
WALTER: Kathy?

1442
01:17:32,901 –> 01:17:35,203
Walter, manager
at Fred’s Pharmacy.

1443
01:17:35,205 –> 01:17:36,437
It’s nice to see you.

1444
01:17:36,439 –> 01:17:38,573
Hi. It’s nice to
see you too.

1445
01:17:38,575 –> 01:17:40,141
What are you doing here?

1446
01:17:40,143 –> 01:17:41,576
I don’t know.

1447
01:17:41,578 –> 01:17:43,945
Walter! Walter!
You got turned into a monster.

1448
01:17:43,947 –> 01:17:46,615
You were big, green, ugly.
You were Slappy’s henchman!

1449
01:17:46,617 –> 01:17:48,983
Weather patterns.
Very strange weather patterns.

1450
01:17:48,985 –> 01:17:51,152
But I think everything’s
back to normal now.

1451
01:17:51,154 –> 01:17:54,155
Fine. Okay, yeah,
the weather has been weird.

1452
01:17:54,157 –> 01:17:55,724
It’s true. Okay, thanks.

1453
01:17:55,726 –> 01:17:57,559
KATHY: What happened to your shirt?

1454
01:17:57,561 –> 01:17:59,094
WALTER: I don’t know.

1455
01:17:59,096 –> 01:18:01,063
(IN PIG LATIN)
Ixnay on the onsters-may.

1456
01:18:01,065 –> 01:18:03,065
– Go ahead, ollow-fay.
SONNY: What?

1457
01:18:03,067 –> 01:18:05,267
(IN ENGLISH)
Means “follow.” Pig Latin.

1458
01:18:05,269 –> 01:18:08,304
Oh, the youth today.

1459
01:18:08,306 –> 01:18:10,439
WALTER: So funny running into you.

1460
01:18:10,441 –> 01:18:14,276
Right I always hoped we’d run
into each other outside of work.

1461
01:18:14,278 –> 01:18:15,545
WALTER: Yeah, me too.

1462
01:18:15,547 –> 01:18:18,080
Hey, if you’re not
busy next week,

1463
01:18:18,082 –> 01:18:20,049
would you wanna
have some dinner?

1464
01:18:20,051 –> 01:18:22,719
– Yeah. Yeah, heh, heh.
– Yeah That’s awesome.

1465
01:18:22,721 –> 01:18:25,255
So they don’t remember
what happened to them?

1466
01:18:25,257 –> 01:18:26,623
The transmutation process

1467
01:18:26,625 –> 01:18:28,625
seems to have wiped
their memories clean.

1468
01:18:28,627 –> 01:18:31,127
All those who were affected
won’t remember a thing.

1469
01:18:31,129 –> 01:18:32,998
(TOMMY SCREAMS)

1470
01:18:38,437 –> 01:18:39,871
Tommy?

1471
01:18:41,574 –> 01:18:44,608
SAM: Are you okay?
– Oh, my God. Guys.

1472
01:18:44,610 –> 01:18:46,610
I had this crazy dream.

1473
01:18:46,612 –> 01:18:49,313
I’m so glad to see you.

1474
01:18:49,315 –> 01:18:51,782
You know, can’t believe
I’m saying this,

1475
01:18:51,784 –> 01:18:53,850
but I’m glad
to see you too, Tommy.

1476
01:18:53,852 –> 01:18:56,354
Kids falling
from the sky.

1477
01:18:56,356 –> 01:18:58,624
My work here is done.

1478
01:19:01,694 –> 01:19:03,361
I’m a writer too.

1479
01:19:03,363 –> 01:19:07,865
Well, an aspiring,
very stuck writer at the moment.

1480
01:19:07,867 –> 01:19:09,533
My condolences.

1481
01:19:09,535 –> 01:19:11,969
All the horrors
in the world can’t compare

1482
01:19:11,971 –> 01:19:14,508
to the terrors
of the blank page.

1483
01:19:17,143 –> 01:19:20,512
Um, any advice
on college essays?

1484
01:19:20,514 –> 01:19:23,582
Well, first rule of writing:
write what you know.

1485
01:19:23,584 –> 01:19:25,317
Thirty years,
and I couldn’t figure out

1486
01:19:25,319 –> 01:19:26,585
how this book should end.

1487
01:19:26,587 –> 01:19:27,986
And somehow you figured out

1488
01:19:27,988 –> 01:19:29,356
how to finish it
in one night.

1489
01:19:30,758 –> 01:19:32,557
I believe in you.

1490
01:19:32,559 –> 01:19:35,227
(ENGINE STARTS)

1491
01:19:35,229 –> 01:19:37,131
(♪♪♪)

1492
01:19:39,500 –> 01:19:42,236
Hm. “Write what you know.”

1493
01:19:43,705 –> 01:19:45,671
SARAH: Recount a time in your life

1494
01:19:45,673 –> 01:19:48,608
when you faced a fear,
challenge or failure.

1495
01:19:48,610 –> 01:19:51,009
I think most of us
are afraid

1496
01:19:51,011 –> 01:19:53,212
that we don’t have
a story to tell.

1497
01:19:53,214 –> 01:19:56,182
That there’s nothing
special about us.

1498
01:19:56,184 –> 01:19:59,051
And then a moment comes
when you least expect it

1499
01:19:59,053 –> 01:20:00,854
where you have to step up,

1500
01:20:00,856 –> 01:20:03,022
no matter
how terrified you are.

1501
01:20:03,024 –> 01:20:04,424
But what
I’ve learned is that

1502
01:20:04,426 –> 01:20:06,058
it’s good to be scared
sometimes.

1503
01:20:06,060 –> 01:20:08,428
Scared of losing
the people we love.

1504
01:20:08,430 –> 01:20:11,130
– Stop, stop!
– It’s a ventriloquist dummy.

1505
01:20:11,132 –> 01:20:13,032
– Oh.
– Really?

1506
01:20:13,034 –> 01:20:14,601
– That’s not funny, Mom.
– Too soon.

1507
01:20:14,603 –> 01:20:16,202
No, I like it.

1508
01:20:16,204 –> 01:20:18,205
Congratulations,
Sonny.

1509
01:20:18,207 –> 01:20:20,072
Thank you so much,
Principal Harrison.

1510
01:20:20,074 –> 01:20:22,609
SARAH: Or scared of not
achieving our dreams.

1511
01:20:22,611 –> 01:20:24,411
Because those moments
remind us

1512
01:20:24,413 –> 01:20:26,680
just how special
our stories really are.

1513
01:20:26,682 –> 01:20:28,317
– Here’s to us.
– Indeed.

1514
01:20:31,387 –> 01:20:34,388
– Hey, Sarah!
– Hi, Mr. Chu.

1515
01:20:34,390 –> 01:20:35,759
CHU: Watch this.

1516
01:20:36,693 –> 01:20:38,560
(MECHANICAL GRUNTS)

1517
01:20:38,562 –> 01:20:41,061
(CHUCKLES)
– I like it.

1518
01:20:41,063 –> 01:20:43,398
Yeah, I just made it
life-size this year.

1519
01:20:43,400 –> 01:20:45,733
You know, just in case.

1520
01:20:45,735 –> 01:20:47,702
No, seriously, you know,
just in case.

1521
01:20:47,704 –> 01:20:50,705
Right. I’ll see you later,
Mr. Chu.

1522
01:20:50,707 –> 01:20:52,207
Bye!

1523
01:20:52,209 –> 01:20:54,075
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

1524
01:20:54,077 –> 01:20:57,579
SARAH: And maybe when you
face enough of your fears

1525
01:20:57,581 –> 01:21:00,515
life stops being
so scary after all.

1526
01:21:00,517 –> 01:21:04,753
Now’s the day
To make our dreams alive

1527
01:21:04,755 –> 01:21:07,723
Hey, honey.

1528
01:21:07,725 –> 01:21:09,527
What happened?

1529
01:21:11,094 –> 01:21:12,394
I got in.

1530
01:21:12,396 –> 01:21:14,630
I knew it.
I knew you could do it.

1531
01:21:14,632 –> 01:21:16,499
Oh, I’m so proud
of you!

1532
01:21:16,501 –> 01:21:18,634
(LAUGHS)

1533
01:21:18,636 –> 01:21:20,636
I guess I’m proud.

1534
01:21:20,638 –> 01:21:24,507
– Thanks, Sonny.
– Come on, bring it in.

1535
01:21:24,509 –> 01:21:26,442
Congratulations.

1536
01:21:26,444 –> 01:21:28,945
(CHUCKLES)
Here, take off your jacket.

1537
01:21:28,947 –> 01:21:31,447
Guys, give her some
ornaments, please.

1538
01:21:31,449 –> 01:21:32,682
Oh, yeah,
yeah, yeah.

1539
01:21:32,684 –> 01:21:34,985
– I’m so happy!
– Ha-ha-ha!

1540
01:21:34,987 –> 01:21:37,321
– Here, put that right there.
– Yeah, I like that one.

1541
01:21:38,356 –> 01:21:39,525
(KEYS CLACKING)

1542
01:21:44,630 –> 01:21:46,899
Finally, a new book.

1543
01:21:50,302 –> 01:21:51,905
Yes.

1544
01:22:00,412 –> 01:22:01,812
(SIGHS)

1545
01:22:01,814 –> 01:22:04,314
SLAPPY: Hello, Papa.

1546
01:22:04,316 –> 01:22:06,918
Slappy! I thought
the book got you.

1547
01:22:06,920 –> 01:22:09,219
Maybe those others,
but not me.

1548
01:22:09,221 –> 01:22:11,022
Why is that?

1549
01:22:11,024 –> 01:22:13,089
You know
I always survive.

1550
01:22:13,091 –> 01:22:15,026
You wrote me that way.

1551
01:22:15,028 –> 01:22:19,664
In fact, I wrote my own story
while I was gone.

1552
01:22:19,666 –> 01:22:21,666
And guess what.

1553
01:22:21,668 –> 01:22:24,070
You’re the main character.

1554
01:22:25,138 –> 01:22:27,171
No.

1555
01:22:27,173 –> 01:22:30,376
No!

1556
01:22:31,845 –> 01:22:35,047
You try living in a book
for a while, Papa.

1557
01:22:35,049 –> 01:22:37,482
(CACKLES)

1558
01:22:37,484 –> 01:22:40,387
(♪♪♪)

1559
01:22:41,522 –> 01:22:43,424
(MONSTERS SHRIEKING)

1560
01:22:54,035 –> 01:22:56,203
(ROARS)

1561
01:23:06,615 –> 01:23:08,049
(SHRIEKS)

1562
01:23:09,351 –> 01:23:11,252
(BEARS CACKLING)

1563
01:23:12,687 –> 01:23:14,756
(CACKLES)

1564
01:23:15,757 –> 01:23:17,893
(CHITTERING)

1565
01:23:22,564 –> 01:23:25,231
(GIBBERS)

1566
01:23:25,233 –> 01:23:26,566
HORSEMAN: Hyah!

1567
01:23:26,568 –> 01:23:28,136
(NEIGHS)

1568
01:23:29,304 –> 01:23:30,771
(CHITTERS)

1569
01:23:30,773 –> 01:23:32,271
(GIBBERS)

1570
01:23:32,273 –> 01:23:33,807
HAND: Hands off!

1571
01:23:33,809 –> 01:23:35,845
Hiya! Look at my candle.

1572
01:23:37,145 –> 01:23:39,048
(LAUGHING)

1573
01:23:44,286 –> 01:23:47,024
(SHRIEKING)

1574
01:23:49,325 –> 01:23:51,227
(ROARING)

1575
01:23:52,595 –> 01:23:54,330
(HOWLS)

1576
01:24:05,809 –> 01:24:07,711
(♪♪♪)

1577
01:25:36,703 –> 01:25:38,605
(♪♪♪)

1578
01:28:04,123 –> 01:28:06,058
(♪♪♪)

1579
01:29:41,623 –> 01:29:43,857
SLAPPY: Slappy Halloween.

1580
01:29:43,859 –> 01:29:45,361
(CACKLES)

1581
01:29:45,363 –> 01:29:46,734
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00:00:47,769 –> 00:00:50,672
(♪♪♪)

2
00:01:18,577 –> 00:01:23,577
Subtitles by explosiveskull
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3
00:02:01,713 –> 00:02:03,646
SARAH: Fear.

4
00:02:03,648 –> 00:02:08,018
Fear is something
that everyone experiences.

5
00:02:08,020 –> 00:02:12,322
Fear is a feeling
that we all know.

6
00:02:12,324 –> 00:02:15,795
For me, a fear
that shaped my life was…

7
00:02:17,897 –> 00:02:19,630
(SIGHS)

8
00:02:19,632 –> 00:02:21,464
God, that sucks.

9
00:02:21,466 –> 00:02:23,335
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

10
00:02:27,940 –> 00:02:29,440
(SIGHS)

11
00:02:29,442 –> 00:02:31,475
“Recount a time
when you faced a fear,

12
00:02:31,477 –> 00:02:33,077
challenge or failure.

13
00:02:33,079 –> 00:02:35,982
How did it define you,
or how did you overcome it?”

14
00:02:40,786 –> 00:02:42,722
(♪♪♪)

15
00:02:46,192 –> 00:02:47,426
(RATTLING)

16
00:02:51,430 –> 00:02:53,165
Hello?

17
00:02:54,735 –> 00:02:56,470
Hello?

18
00:03:03,276 –> 00:03:05,477
(ROARS)
(YELPS)

19
00:03:05,479 –> 00:03:07,746
(LAUGHING)

20
00:03:07,748 –> 00:03:09,447
Tyler What are you doing?

21
00:03:09,449 –> 00:03:11,549
Are you crazy?
My mom is gonna hear you.

22
00:03:11,551 –> 00:03:13,119
You see this mask?

23
00:03:13,121 –> 00:03:14,419
Got it on sale.

24
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Very scary.

25
00:03:15,657 –> 00:03:17,288
Sorry.
I was in the neighborhood.

26
00:03:17,290 –> 00:03:19,992
– I texted you like 10 times.
– I told you my phone’s off.

27
00:03:19,994 –> 00:03:22,528
If I miss this deadline,
I don’t get into Columbia.

28
00:03:22,530 –> 00:03:24,864
You’ll be here with me
the next four years.

29
00:03:24,866 –> 00:03:28,934
Consider me your safety school.
Close by, good parties…

30
00:03:28,936 –> 00:03:32,638
Oh, really. Do you also offer
a creative-writing program?

31
00:03:32,640 –> 00:03:36,109
Oh, I’m super creative.
Look, I got you a care package.

32
00:03:36,111 –> 00:03:40,279
– Pringles. And a little bit of Red Bull.
– Heh.

33
00:03:40,281 –> 00:03:42,151
– Thank you.
– You’re welcome.

34
00:03:43,919 –> 00:03:45,152
(DOOR OPENS)

35
00:03:45,154 –> 00:03:46,722
You are so busted.

36
00:03:47,790 –> 00:03:49,923
– So, so busted.
– I’ve got it.

37
00:03:49,925 –> 00:03:51,992
Mom,
this is not what it looks like.

38
00:03:51,994 –> 00:03:54,861
KATHY: No, I know what it is.
I heard the entire thing.

39
00:03:54,863 –> 00:03:56,797
Do people
not whisper anymore?

40
00:03:56,799 –> 00:03:59,633
“Hey, I brought Pringles
and Red Bull.”

41
00:03:59,635 –> 00:04:02,335
“You better be quiet
’cause my mom will hear us.”

42
00:04:02,337 –> 00:04:03,570
(KATHY STAMPS FEET)

43
00:04:03,572 –> 00:04:05,305
Tyler, go home.

44
00:04:05,307 –> 00:04:07,942
Okay.
Uh, just to clarify,

45
00:04:07,944 –> 00:04:10,343
do you mean back out the window
or out the front?

46
00:04:10,345 –> 00:04:11,813
Okay, I’ll use the window.

47
00:04:11,815 –> 00:04:13,681
Sorry, Sarah,
I’ll see you tomorrow.

48
00:04:13,683 –> 00:04:15,417
Ooh! I’m good.

49
00:04:16,485 –> 00:04:18,786
Ah! Still good!

50
00:04:18,788 –> 00:04:21,122
– Go to bed.
– Mom, I can explain.

51
00:04:21,124 –> 00:04:23,491
We’ll discuss this
in the morning.

52
00:04:23,493 –> 00:04:26,094
– Sam is gonna love this.
– You go to bed too.

53
00:04:26,096 –> 00:04:27,929
– What’d I do?
– I don’t need a wingman.

54
00:04:27,931 –> 00:04:30,498
– Okay. Going to bed.
– Hmph.

55
00:04:30,500 –> 00:04:32,400
(DOOR CLOSES)

56
00:04:32,402 –> 00:04:34,304
(♪♪♪)

57
00:04:38,408 –> 00:04:39,844
Ow.

58
00:04:42,046 –> 00:04:44,012
You need to stop
electrocuting yourself

59
00:04:44,014 –> 00:04:46,515
– and eat your breakfast.
– Mom, this is due tomorrow,

60
00:04:46,517 –> 00:04:48,417
and it’s worth 50 percent
of my grade.

61
00:04:48,419 –> 00:04:51,053
How about you eat 50 percent
of your eggs?

62
00:04:51,055 –> 00:04:52,688
(POWER WHINES)

63
00:04:52,690 –> 00:04:54,056
Sonny, seriously?

64
00:04:54,058 –> 00:04:55,958
Sorry. I’m getting close.

65
00:04:55,960 –> 00:04:57,259
(DOORBELL RINGING)

66
00:04:57,261 –> 00:04:59,595
Coming.

67
00:04:59,597 –> 00:05:02,031
Coming!

68
00:05:02,033 –> 00:05:03,532
Morning, Ms. Quinn.

69
00:05:03,534 –> 00:05:05,367
– Good morning, Sam.
– How you doing?

70
00:05:05,369 –> 00:05:07,804
MAN: Kathy! Thank
you for taking Sam.

71
00:05:07,806 –> 00:05:10,073
We’ll be back in three days.
We owe you.

72
00:05:10,075 –> 00:05:11,340
You definitely do.

73
00:05:11,342 –> 00:05:13,375
(HORN HONKS)
(CHUCKLING)

74
00:05:13,377 –> 00:05:15,178
Sonny!
Grab your backpack.

75
00:05:15,180 –> 00:05:17,247
Sarah, let’s go!
I’ve got an errand to run

76
00:05:17,249 –> 00:05:19,117
– on the way to school.
SARAH: Coming!

77
00:05:20,685 –> 00:05:22,719
My condolences on your bust
last night.

78
00:05:22,721 –> 00:05:24,921
Good thing I’m here,
in case any other dudes

79
00:05:24,923 –> 00:05:26,556
try to climb
through your window.

80
00:05:26,558 –> 00:05:28,324
Sonny. I’m gonna kill you.

81
00:05:28,326 –> 00:05:30,961
Kill him in the car.
Okay Go, go, go.

82
00:05:30,963 –> 00:05:34,265
Halloween with pumpkins
And mice

83
00:05:34,267 –> 00:05:37,600
Halloween, it’s so nice

84
00:05:37,602 –> 00:05:39,103
Halloween

85
00:05:39,105 –> 00:05:41,872
– Faster, faster.
With pumpkins and mice

86
00:05:41,874 –> 00:05:45,743
Hey, Kathy.
Hey, kids. Heh, heh.

87
00:05:45,745 –> 00:05:47,310
Mr. Chu.

88
00:05:47,312 –> 00:05:49,947
Wow, you practically got
a theme park here.

89
00:05:49,949 –> 00:05:51,649
Check this out.

90
00:05:51,651 –> 00:05:54,051
(WHIRRING)

91
00:05:54,053 –> 00:05:56,854
Oh, my… Oh! Whoa!

92
00:05:56,856 –> 00:06:00,357
(CHUCKLING)
It’s like being in the movies!

93
00:06:00,359 –> 00:06:03,094
I’m gonna have these puppies
up and running in no time.

94
00:06:03,096 –> 00:06:04,595
You know, for the kids.

95
00:06:04,597 –> 00:06:07,766
– Ha-ha-ha. Okay.
– All right. Bye.

96
00:06:07,768 –> 00:06:09,668
He doesn’t actually have kids,
does he?

97
00:06:09,670 –> 00:06:10,969
No, he does not.

98
00:06:10,971 –> 00:06:13,471
Ooh!

99
00:06:13,473 –> 00:06:15,407
(♪♪♪)

100
00:06:15,409 –> 00:06:18,011
All right, everybody,
let’s make this quick.

101
00:06:19,680 –> 00:06:22,480
You can each pick out a pumpkin
to carve if you want to,

102
00:06:22,482 –> 00:06:24,683
but meet me at
the register in five minutes,

103
00:06:24,685 –> 00:06:25,853
– all right?
– Okay.

104
00:06:26,687 –> 00:06:28,787
Alrighty.

105
00:06:28,789 –> 00:06:30,455
Right here Really?

106
00:06:30,457 –> 00:06:34,996
Yes, here. Everywhere.
It’s called marketing.

107
00:06:38,132 –> 00:06:39,632
Anything you wanna
say to me?

108
00:06:39,634 –> 00:06:43,536
Mom… Mom, I was
working all night. I swear.

109
00:06:43,538 –> 00:06:46,372
I swear,
Tyler just snuck over and…

110
00:06:46,374 –> 00:06:48,441
I’ve just been so stuck
on this essay…

111
00:06:48,443 –> 00:06:50,943
You’re a great writer.
You always have been.

112
00:06:50,945 –> 00:06:53,546
When you have to sum up
your whole life in one essay,

113
00:06:53,548 –> 00:06:55,715
it all just sounds so…

114
00:06:55,717 –> 00:06:57,284
unimpressive.

115
00:06:57,286 –> 00:07:01,722
Honey. I think you’re very
impressive and very capable.

116
00:07:01,724 –> 00:07:02,990
You do?

117
00:07:02,992 –> 00:07:04,324
Thank you.

118
00:07:04,326 –> 00:07:05,692
I do.

119
00:07:05,694 –> 00:07:07,928
Which is why I need you
to watch Sonny and Sam

120
00:07:07,930 –> 00:07:09,696
this week
while I’m working doubles.

121
00:07:09,698 –> 00:07:12,065
Mom! No!
My essay is due Friday.

122
00:07:12,067 –> 00:07:14,701
Sonny’s bigger than me.
He doesn’t need a babysitter.

123
00:07:14,703 –> 00:07:19,173
Ha, ha. Have you seen what he
blows up when he’s supervised?

124
00:07:19,175 –> 00:07:21,842
Hon, I know you’re focused
on getting out of here.

125
00:07:21,844 –> 00:07:23,877
But if I don’t cover
these shifts at work,

126
00:07:23,879 –> 00:07:25,146
I could lose my job.

127
00:07:25,148 –> 00:07:27,683
I need to know
I can count on you.

128
00:07:31,121 –> 00:07:34,088
Okay. Fine.

129
00:07:34,090 –> 00:07:36,557
– Really?
– Yes, really.

130
00:07:36,559 –> 00:07:40,795
Well, you have earned yourself
some corn cushions, little lady.

131
00:07:40,797 –> 00:07:42,096
Really Mom.

132
00:07:42,098 –> 00:07:43,932
(BEEPS)

133
00:07:43,934 –> 00:07:47,202
You’re looking real nice today.

134
00:07:47,204 –> 00:07:51,106
Thank you. Heh, heh.
Blue is very in this year.

135
00:07:51,108 –> 00:07:54,176
– I see you got the memo.
– I guess we’re in the know.

136
00:07:54,178 –> 00:07:55,411
(BOTH CHUCKLE)

137
00:07:55,413 –> 00:07:57,279
Okay. Hey, you know,
the adult diapers

138
00:07:57,281 –> 00:07:59,181
are 2-for-1
if you wanna grab another.

139
00:07:59,183 –> 00:08:01,083
– I just need one today.
– Okay. All right.

140
00:08:01,085 –> 00:08:03,419
I don’t need them.
They’re for the nursing home

141
00:08:03,421 –> 00:08:04,820
– where I work.
– Of course.

142
00:08:04,822 –> 00:08:07,089
– I… I don’t… Heh, heh.
– Hey, no judgment.

143
00:08:07,091 –> 00:08:09,758
– Um, okay. Heh, heh.
– I use a toilet. Heh, heh.

144
00:08:09,760 –> 00:08:13,929
All right. Well, hopefully,
I’ll, uh, see you around soon.

145
00:08:13,931 –> 00:08:16,732
Yeah. Yeah.
Thanks for checking me out.

146
00:08:16,734 –> 00:08:19,235
Ringing up my purchases.
You know.

147
00:08:19,237 –> 00:08:20,869
Yes. Yeah. Well, both.

148
00:08:20,871 –> 00:08:23,472
– Yeah. Heh.
– I’ll just get my diapers and go.

149
00:08:23,474 –> 00:08:24,740
Yeah.

150
00:08:24,742 –> 00:08:25,976
Happy Halloween!

151
00:08:25,978 –> 00:08:28,044
(SCHOOL BELL RINGS)

152
00:08:28,046 –> 00:08:29,948
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

153
00:08:31,950 –> 00:08:33,283
BOY: Yeah, I can help you.

154
00:08:33,285 –> 00:08:34,584
GIRL: Hey, wait up!

155
00:08:34,586 –> 00:08:36,555
(GIRLS GIGGLING)
(BOYS LAUGHING)

156
00:08:38,323 –> 00:08:40,657
Oh, dude,
science fair sign-ups.

157
00:08:40,659 –> 00:08:42,692
If I can just get
my Tesla Tower to work,

158
00:08:42,694 –> 00:08:44,127
easily win. It’d be so cool.

159
00:08:44,129 –> 00:08:45,996
What do you mean?
You’re already cool.

160
00:08:45,998 –> 00:08:49,300
We are treasure hunters.
People respect us around here.

161
00:08:49,302 –> 00:08:51,035
(LAUGHING)

162
00:08:51,037 –> 00:08:52,970
– Ew.
TOMMY: Hey, Junk Bros.

163
00:08:52,972 –> 00:08:56,007
SAM: Spit wads What are you, 9?

164
00:08:56,009 –> 00:08:57,675
What’d you say?

165
00:08:57,677 –> 00:08:59,810
(WHISPERING)
Sam, what are you doing?

166
00:08:59,812 –> 00:09:01,748
I got this.

167
00:09:06,652 –> 00:09:08,353
You know,

168
00:09:08,355 –> 00:09:11,423
we were gonna TP Principal
Harrison’s house tomorrow night.

169
00:09:11,425 –> 00:09:13,258
But now,
I think I’m just gonna spend

170
00:09:13,260 –> 00:09:15,260
the whole night
chasing you guys around.

171
00:09:15,262 –> 00:09:18,196
Hey. Boys,
move it or you’re tardy.

172
00:09:18,198 –> 00:09:19,797
Of course, Ms. Hoover.

173
00:09:19,799 –> 00:09:22,434
I was just extolling
to my good friends Sam and Sonny

174
00:09:22,436 –> 00:09:24,970
my deep love for homework
and all things learning.

175
00:09:24,972 –> 00:09:26,206
Get to class.

176
00:09:30,778 –> 00:09:32,012
Yeah.

177
00:09:32,946 –> 00:09:34,980
What a jerk.

178
00:09:34,982 –> 00:09:36,581
I’d like to check
this book out, please.

179
00:09:36,583 –> 00:09:38,384
And you are…?

180
00:09:38,386 –> 00:09:40,386
Tyler Mitchell.

181
00:09:40,388 –> 00:09:43,922
Okay, Tyler Mitchell.

182
00:09:43,924 –> 00:09:46,325
Oh. Yeah, you have four books

183
00:09:46,327 –> 00:09:48,760
you haven’t returned
since sophomore year.

184
00:09:48,762 –> 00:09:50,729
And your account is frozen.

185
00:09:50,731 –> 00:09:51,998
Damn.

186
00:09:52,000 –> 00:09:53,933
It’s gonna cost 40 bucks
to unfreeze it.

187
00:09:53,935 –> 00:09:55,902
I just spent it
on tickets for us

188
00:09:55,904 –> 00:09:57,937
to see DJ Bisky
at the Den tonight.

189
00:09:57,939 –> 00:10:00,239
You have to come.
You can’t say no.

190
00:10:00,241 –> 00:10:02,509
My way of saying sorry
for getting you busted.

191
00:10:02,511 –> 00:10:04,744
I-I can’t.
My mom is making me

192
00:10:04,746 –> 00:10:07,514
watch my stupid brother
all week and his friend…

193
00:10:07,516 –> 00:10:10,150
Come on. Don’t wait for college
to start having fun.

194
00:10:10,152 –> 00:10:11,552
Show starts at 8.

195
00:10:11,554 –> 00:10:14,654
Get your brother
a babysitter.

196
00:10:14,656 –> 00:10:16,258
(♪♪♪)

197
00:10:21,097 –> 00:10:24,266
Okay. Sam, what do you think?

198
00:10:25,267 –> 00:10:27,434
Nice. Looks just like you.

199
00:10:27,436 –> 00:10:28,804
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

200
00:10:31,107 –> 00:10:32,576
Hello.

201
00:10:34,276 –> 00:10:36,743
Yeah. Yeah, you’re speaking
to a Junk Brother.

202
00:10:36,745 –> 00:10:39,613
Yes, ma’am. This afternoon?

203
00:10:39,615 –> 00:10:41,748
Let me check with my associate.

204
00:10:41,750 –> 00:10:43,750
– Hang up on her.
– This is our opportunity.

205
00:10:43,752 –> 00:10:45,819
– We’re too busy. Stop it.
– We’re doing this.

206
00:10:45,821 –> 00:10:48,490
I have my Tesla Tower project,
I have algebra. No way.

207
00:10:48,492 –> 00:10:50,492
– Fine, fine, fine! Whatever.
– Sam.

208
00:10:50,494 –> 00:10:52,095
All right. Fine.

209
00:10:53,497 –> 00:10:56,231
You are in luck.
Yeah, we can squeeze you in.

210
00:10:56,233 –> 00:10:59,267
24 Ashley Lane?

211
00:10:59,269 –> 00:11:00,835
No, no problem. No problem.

212
00:11:00,837 –> 00:11:04,174
Yeah. Fear not, ma’am.
Junk is our middle name.

213
00:11:05,343 –> 00:11:06,808
(PHONE BEEPS)

214
00:11:06,810 –> 00:11:09,211
“Junk is our…”?
Do you even hear yourself?

215
00:11:09,213 –> 00:11:12,982
Get your shoes on.
It’s time to get rich!

216
00:11:12,984 –> 00:11:15,151
I already have my shoes on.

217
00:11:15,153 –> 00:11:17,088
(♪♪♪)

218
00:11:37,342 –> 00:11:40,544
I guess this is it.
24 Ashley Lane.

219
00:11:40,546 –> 00:11:43,046
Twenty-four is the number
of people murdered here.

220
00:11:43,048 –> 00:11:44,813
All right, Sonny.

221
00:11:44,815 –> 00:11:46,449
Let’s do this.

222
00:11:46,451 –> 00:11:48,353
(CROW CAWING)

223
00:11:57,729 –> 00:12:00,600
Hey. I don’t like the way
those things are looking at us.

224
00:12:03,636 –> 00:12:06,939
We’re treasure hunters, Sonny,
remember. Come on.

225
00:12:20,153 –> 00:12:21,754
(DOOR CREAKS)

226
00:12:27,060 –> 00:12:28,395
Hello?

227
00:12:38,339 –> 00:12:39,506
SONNY: Some treasure.

228
00:12:41,442 –> 00:12:43,310
This place
is definitely haunted.

229
00:12:46,947 –> 00:12:50,182
Dude, there’s more stuff
over here. Come on.

230
00:12:50,184 –> 00:12:53,118
This room’s
even worse.

231
00:12:53,120 –> 00:12:55,287
Come on, Sonny,
it’s not that bad.

232
00:12:55,289 –> 00:12:57,425
There is nothing
to be afraid of.

233
00:12:58,360 –> 00:13:00,360
(BOTH YELL)

234
00:13:00,362 –> 00:13:01,730
(CLEARS THROAT)

235
00:13:06,401 –> 00:13:08,468
SAM: Who stuffs a cat?

236
00:13:08,470 –> 00:13:11,006
How much are they paying us
for this?

237
00:13:12,741 –> 00:13:14,540
(GRUNTS)

238
00:13:14,542 –> 00:13:16,609
Can’t believe you said
we’d work for free.

239
00:13:16,611 –> 00:13:18,278
Not for free.
The lady said

240
00:13:18,280 –> 00:13:20,413
we could keep any junk
we don’t throw away.

241
00:13:20,415 –> 00:13:22,549
Some of that stuff
can have monetary value.

242
00:13:22,551 –> 00:13:24,685
You know what else
has monetary value, Sam?

243
00:13:24,687 –> 00:13:27,222
– Actual money.
– Just start cleaning. Come on.

244
00:13:30,959 –> 00:13:33,594
Found some more stuff
in the attic.

245
00:13:33,596 –> 00:13:36,766
SAM: Okay, what do we got?
– Maybe this is worth something.

246
00:13:40,436 –> 00:13:41,735
It’s stuck.

247
00:13:41,737 –> 00:13:43,272
(GRUNTING)

248
00:13:48,578 –> 00:13:50,480
(♪♪♪)

249
00:13:56,018 –> 00:13:58,320
Dude, I think
we just found a treasure chest!

250
00:13:58,322 –> 00:14:00,455
– Go get it.
– Jackpot!

251
00:14:00,457 –> 00:14:03,191
This is amazing.
It’s like a whole room in here.

252
00:14:03,193 –> 00:14:05,462
I told you.
We come here, we find treasure.

253
00:14:07,964 –> 00:14:10,365
Help me with this.
I bet this thing

254
00:14:10,367 –> 00:14:12,702
is filled with gold
and diamonds and Bitcoins.

255
00:14:12,704 –> 00:14:15,103
Uh, you know Bitcoins
are cryptocurrency, right?

256
00:14:15,105 –> 00:14:17,305
It’s not real coins,
it’s virtual coins.

257
00:14:17,307 –> 00:14:20,175
It’s really cool. It starts
with a process called mining…

258
00:14:20,177 –> 00:14:22,143
Stop being a nerd
for a second and help.

259
00:14:22,145 –> 00:14:24,179
– Yeah, sorry.
– Thank you. Here.

260
00:14:24,181 –> 00:14:27,785
All right. You ready?
Three, two, and…

261
00:14:31,356 –> 00:14:32,523
What?

262
00:14:36,594 –> 00:14:38,461
It’s locked.

263
00:14:38,463 –> 00:14:40,262
Who would lock a book?

264
00:14:40,264 –> 00:14:41,966
Here’s a key.

265
00:14:44,168 –> 00:14:45,635
(BOTH COUGH)

266
00:14:45,637 –> 00:14:47,671
Oh, man.

267
00:14:47,673 –> 00:14:49,374
(GROANS)
(SIGHS)

268
00:14:52,143 –> 00:14:54,176
SAM: Well, what’s in it?

269
00:14:54,178 –> 00:14:56,248
Nothing.
It’s just a beat-up old book.

270
00:14:57,915 –> 00:14:59,685
Doesn’t have a title page.

271
00:15:01,919 –> 00:15:04,321
– So much for treasure.
– Well, look.

272
00:15:04,323 –> 00:15:06,757
We still have all this stuff.
This is a good haul.

273
00:15:06,759 –> 00:15:08,258
Just grab the book anyway.

274
00:15:08,260 –> 00:15:10,427
– It’s gotta be worth something.
– Yeah.

275
00:15:10,429 –> 00:15:12,028
(GASPS)

276
00:15:12,030 –> 00:15:13,932
(♪♪♪)

277
00:15:15,100 –> 00:15:17,704
Sam. Sam, turn around.

278
00:15:19,071 –> 00:15:21,305
(GASPS)

279
00:15:21,307 –> 00:15:23,243
SAM: Where did that come from?

280
00:15:38,658 –> 00:15:42,061
“My name is Slappy.
What’s yours?”

281
00:15:45,365 –> 00:15:48,232
Wait, I think it says something
on the back.

282
00:15:48,234 –> 00:15:52,939
SONNY: “Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

283
00:15:56,477 –> 00:15:58,076
He’s so creepy.

284
00:15:58,078 –> 00:16:00,379
It’s kind of like he’s alive.

285
00:16:00,381 –> 00:16:02,080
I don’t think
anything’s been alive

286
00:16:02,082 –> 00:16:03,482
in this house
since that cat.

287
00:16:03,484 –> 00:16:05,617
I mean, look at this place.

288
00:16:05,619 –> 00:16:07,654
– But I’m alive now!
– Aah!

289
00:16:07,656 –> 00:16:10,055
Oh, Sonny, just give me a kiss.
Just one smooch.

290
00:16:10,057 –> 00:16:12,257
– That’s not funny.
– Yes, it is. It’s hilarious.

291
00:16:12,259 –> 00:16:14,326
It’s a business.
We’re running a business.

292
00:16:14,328 –> 00:16:15,662
Take this more seriously.

293
00:16:15,664 –> 00:16:17,397
It’s too easy, Sonny.
Come on, man.

294
00:16:17,399 –> 00:16:18,964
Hey, I’m taking him.

295
00:16:18,966 –> 00:16:20,966
SONNY: Don’t know why
you took that thing.

296
00:16:20,968 –> 00:16:23,101
– What do you mean He’s awesome.
– Whatever.

297
00:16:23,103 –> 00:16:26,773
TOMMY: Hey, it’s the Junk Sisters!

298
00:16:26,775 –> 00:16:28,475
Oh, great.

299
00:16:28,477 –> 00:16:30,977
Well, at least we know
our marketing’s working.

300
00:16:30,979 –> 00:16:33,781
No teacher around
to save you now.

301
00:16:33,783 –> 00:16:36,049
Hey, are you wearing
my old sweater

302
00:16:36,051 –> 00:16:37,283
from my grandma’s yard sale?

303
00:16:37,285 –> 00:16:38,551
(ALL LAUGH)

304
00:16:38,553 –> 00:16:39,689
Leave us alone.

305
00:16:41,056 –> 00:16:42,456
Okay.

306
00:16:42,458 –> 00:16:44,592
Give me back my sweater
and I’ll let you go.

307
00:16:44,594 –> 00:16:45,826
Really?

308
00:16:45,828 –> 00:16:47,430
Unless you want
your face punched.

309
00:16:50,266 –> 00:16:52,335
(SIGHING)
Whatever.

310
00:16:54,871 –> 00:16:56,138
And your box.

311
00:16:59,709 –> 00:17:03,277
Fine. Just take it.

312
00:17:03,279 –> 00:17:04,612
Yo, what we got?

313
00:17:04,614 –> 00:17:06,815
– What’s this?
– Let’s see. Old radio.

314
00:17:06,817 –> 00:17:09,183
BOY 1: Is that a ruler?
BOY 2: That’s a dog toy.

315
00:17:09,185 –> 00:17:11,553
A stupid book.

316
00:17:11,555 –> 00:17:13,320
Wow.

317
00:17:13,322 –> 00:17:15,857
Great business
you guys are running.

318
00:17:15,859 –> 00:17:17,792
Heh. Your turn.

319
00:17:17,794 –> 00:17:20,328
No. No,
I’m not giving you my box.

320
00:17:20,330 –> 00:17:23,465
Sam, just give it to him.
I like my face unpunched.

321
00:17:23,467 –> 00:17:25,536
No way.
We worked for this stuff.

322
00:17:26,603 –> 00:17:28,370
– Hey, Tommy!
TOMMY: Oh!

323
00:17:28,372 –> 00:17:30,105
– Look at that.
– Tommy, give him back!

324
00:17:30,107 –> 00:17:32,607
Want your doll You dress him up
when you get home?

325
00:17:32,609 –> 00:17:34,442
SAM: Tommy, this isn’t funny.

326
00:17:34,444 –> 00:17:35,579
SONNY: Sam…

327
00:17:37,114 –> 00:17:38,548
What the…?

328
00:17:38,550 –> 00:17:39,918
(SAM & SONNY LAUGH)

329
00:17:45,557 –> 00:17:46,724
What is going on?

330
00:17:48,226 –> 00:17:49,659
BOY 1: Tommy, pull up your pants!

331
00:17:49,661 –> 00:17:51,127
They’re stuck.

332
00:17:51,129 –> 00:17:53,362
Thank you very much.
Sonny, we need to go!

333
00:17:53,364 –> 00:17:57,166
Go! Go! Go! No, don’t touch
my underwear! God! Stop!

334
00:17:57,168 –> 00:18:00,102
No! Go get them!
No! Go get them!

335
00:18:00,104 –> 00:18:02,572
– Go!
– Okay, okay, okay!

336
00:18:02,574 –> 00:18:04,475
(♪♪♪)

337
00:18:10,015 –> 00:18:11,748
Better pedal faster!

338
00:18:11,750 –> 00:18:13,050
Oh, no.

339
00:18:13,052 –> 00:18:14,885
Come on,
don’t make it easy for us!

340
00:18:14,887 –> 00:18:16,118
We need to go!

341
00:18:16,120 –> 00:18:17,888
We’re gonna get you, man!

342
00:18:17,890 –> 00:18:19,291
They’re gaining on us!

343
00:18:21,360 –> 00:18:22,494
Faster!

344
00:18:26,599 –> 00:18:28,100
(ALL GRUNT)

345
00:18:31,537 –> 00:18:34,204
(ALL GROANING)

346
00:18:34,206 –> 00:18:37,075
– What just happened?
– I have no idea.

347
00:18:37,077 –> 00:18:40,044
Get back here, you two!

348
00:18:40,046 –> 00:18:42,914
Ah.
Why does this keep happening?

349
00:18:42,916 –> 00:18:45,416
Sarah!
You won’t believe what happened.

350
00:18:45,418 –> 00:18:47,185
You are never
going to believe this.

351
00:18:47,187 –> 00:18:49,420
We were in this crazy,
abandoned, creepy house

352
00:18:49,422 –> 00:18:51,789
and found this fireplace,
which had a cat on it I twisted.

353
00:18:51,791 –> 00:18:54,059
It went to a secret
compartment that opened.

354
00:18:54,061 –> 00:18:55,727
Then there was a treasure chest.

355
00:18:55,729 –> 00:18:58,897
Okay, but long story short,
we found…

356
00:18:58,899 –> 00:19:00,600
this guy!

357
00:19:02,168 –> 00:19:03,434
Th-this guy.

358
00:19:03,436 –> 00:19:05,738
This… guy.

359
00:19:05,740 –> 00:19:09,341
Wow. It’s like you’re actively
trying not to be cool.

360
00:19:09,343 –> 00:19:12,611
Here. Mom specifically said
you should fold the laundry.

361
00:19:12,613 –> 00:19:16,118
I’ll be in my room if you
need me, but do not need me.

362
00:19:20,655 –> 00:19:22,488
Hey, Sarah?

363
00:19:22,490 –> 00:19:25,591
This specifically says you are
supposed to fold the laundry.

364
00:19:25,593 –> 00:19:26,826
(DOOR CLOSES)

365
00:19:26,828 –> 00:19:28,094
Sarah.

366
00:19:28,096 –> 00:19:30,096
(POP MUSIC PLAYING
OVER SPEAKERS)

367
00:19:30,098 –> 00:19:31,765
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

368
00:19:31,767 –> 00:19:33,600
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

369
00:19:33,602 –> 00:19:40,340
I spend all the time
Waiting at night for you

370
00:19:40,342 –> 00:19:43,643
What am I doing?

371
00:19:43,645 –> 00:19:46,279
SONNY: We already banned jumping.

372
00:19:46,281 –> 00:19:49,616
SAM: I banned sucking, yet here you are.
Now, come on.

373
00:19:49,618 –> 00:19:52,752
Hey! Yes!

374
00:19:52,754 –> 00:19:54,187
Yes!

375
00:19:54,189 –> 00:19:55,655
It’s 4 to 1.
Why are you celebrating?

376
00:19:55,657 –> 00:19:57,792
Scoring is a reason
for celebration.

377
00:19:57,794 –> 00:19:59,894
SARAH: Bye, I’m leaving!

378
00:19:59,896 –> 00:20:02,496
– Where you going?
– Out. I’ll be back by 10.

379
00:20:02,498 –> 00:20:04,498
If Mom calls,
tell her I’m in the shower.

380
00:20:04,500 –> 00:20:07,068
You were gonna help me
with my science presentation.

381
00:20:07,070 –> 00:20:08,335
There’s two dummies
on the couch.

382
00:20:08,337 –> 00:20:09,570
Practice on one of them.

383
00:20:09,572 –> 00:20:11,338
Ouch.

384
00:20:11,340 –> 00:20:13,240
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

385
00:20:13,242 –> 00:20:15,179
(DANCE MUSIC PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS)

386
00:20:17,014 –> 00:20:18,916
(SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

387
00:20:44,142 –> 00:20:45,275
Tyler!

388
00:20:59,524 –> 00:21:01,793
(DANCE MUSIC FADES INTO BACKGROUND)

389
00:21:08,099 –> 00:21:11,002
(♪♪♪)

390
00:21:25,151 –> 00:21:26,317
(SIGHS)

391
00:21:36,462 –> 00:21:37,797
(ENGINE STARTS)

392
00:21:43,270 –> 00:21:45,604
SAM: All right, there we go.

393
00:21:48,809 –> 00:21:51,144
Okay. And…

394
00:21:53,312 –> 00:21:58,149
Sergeant, your orders
are to guard this porch.

395
00:21:58,151 –> 00:22:00,351
It was more than
a hundred years ago

396
00:22:00,353 –> 00:22:02,620
when Nikola Tesla
first lit up the sky

397
00:22:02,622 –> 00:22:04,256
over Wardenclyffe, New York.

398
00:22:04,258 –> 00:22:05,990
Tesla wanted to create a world

399
00:22:05,992 –> 00:22:07,826
where anything
could be transmitted

400
00:22:07,828 –> 00:22:09,327
through giant electric towers:

401
00:22:09,329 –> 00:22:13,531
Power, sound,
maybe even brain waves.

402
00:22:13,533 –> 00:22:16,501
It was like
the original Wi-Fi.

403
00:22:16,503 –> 00:22:20,840
But suddenly and mysteriously,
he shut down his lab in 1908.

404
00:22:20,842 –> 00:22:23,609
His tower
never lit up the sky again.

405
00:22:23,611 –> 00:22:24,844
Until…

406
00:22:24,846 –> 00:22:26,111
today!

407
00:22:26,113 –> 00:22:27,682
May I have a volunteer?

408
00:22:28,783 –> 00:22:30,783
You, sir, in the gray suit.

409
00:22:30,785 –> 00:22:34,355
Hold this
and prepare to be amazed.

410
00:22:35,990 –> 00:22:37,489
I present to you all:

411
00:22:37,491 –> 00:22:38,659
Tesla!

412
00:22:41,964 –> 00:22:43,298
(POWER WHINES)

413
00:22:45,033 –> 00:22:46,500
(SIGHS)

414
00:22:49,537 –> 00:22:51,605
Don’t give me that look.

415
00:22:51,607 –> 00:22:53,807
I’m trying
to bring back your tower.

416
00:22:53,809 –> 00:22:55,141
(♪♪♪)

417
00:22:55,143 –> 00:22:57,177
SLAPPY: Bravo.

418
00:22:57,179 –> 00:23:00,981
I, for one, think it’s
an electrifying presentation.

419
00:23:00,983 –> 00:23:02,718
(CACKLES)

420
00:23:05,053 –> 00:23:08,124
Sam. I’m not
gonna fall for that again.

421
00:23:09,825 –> 00:23:12,059
Ha-ha-ha. Very funny.

422
00:23:12,061 –> 00:23:13,727
It’s like a microphone?

423
00:23:13,729 –> 00:23:16,429
You’re talking through
your cell phone or something?

424
00:23:16,431 –> 00:23:19,200
Sam.
Sam, it’s a stupid prank.

425
00:23:19,202 –> 00:23:21,738
You ever heard
of personal space Mm!

426
00:23:27,510 –> 00:23:28,878
(GRUNTS)

427
00:23:32,081 –> 00:23:33,881
How are you talking
to me right now?

428
00:23:33,883 –> 00:23:38,086
You brought me to life.
Don’t you remember, Sonny?

429
00:23:38,088 –> 00:23:39,854
– Sam?
SAM: What?

430
00:23:39,856 –> 00:23:41,722
What’s the problem?

431
00:23:41,724 –> 00:23:43,424
Just come up here. Please.

432
00:23:43,426 –> 00:23:45,593
Dude, I told you,
I don’t care about Tesla.

433
00:23:45,595 –> 00:23:47,729
– Right now, Sam.
SAM: Fine!

434
00:23:47,731 –> 00:23:50,065
I’ve always wanted a brother.

435
00:23:50,067 –> 00:23:52,434
Please don’t try
to educate me on Tesla.

436
00:23:52,436 –> 00:23:57,541
Hello, Sam. Thank you for saving
me from that moron today.

437
00:23:58,609 –> 00:24:00,343
Oh, he’s battery-operated.

438
00:24:00,345 –> 00:24:02,544
(WHISPERING) No, no, no.
Sam, Sam, he’s alive.

439
00:24:02,546 –> 00:24:04,613
SLAPPY: Sorry for what
happened with Tommy.

440
00:24:04,615 –> 00:24:07,749
I guess you could say
he got hosed.

441
00:24:07,751 –> 00:24:10,219
(CACKLES)

442
00:24:10,221 –> 00:24:11,988
– That was you?
SLAPPY: Yep.

443
00:24:11,990 –> 00:24:16,592
And now that we’re family,
we can be brothers!

444
00:24:16,594 –> 00:24:18,930
I think I’d make
a great Junk Brother.

445
00:24:20,498 –> 00:24:23,499
Right. Just a sec. Sidebar.

446
00:24:23,501 –> 00:24:24,801
Are we losing our minds?

447
00:24:24,803 –> 00:24:26,736
I don’t think
we can at the same time.

448
00:24:26,738 –> 00:24:28,071
Okay, but just to clarify,

449
00:24:28,073 –> 00:24:29,806
we’re talking
to a puppet right now.

450
00:24:29,808 –> 00:24:31,042
Yeah.

451
00:24:32,744 –> 00:24:34,347
Maybe he’s alive.

452
00:24:36,581 –> 00:24:40,317
Of course I’m alive!
Heh-heh-heh.

453
00:24:40,319 –> 00:24:44,154
And I can make
all your problems go away.

454
00:24:44,156 –> 00:24:47,360
Didn’t your sister tell you
to fold the laundry?

455
00:24:50,496 –> 00:24:53,831
There. Now you have time
to do your homework.

456
00:24:53,833 –> 00:24:57,134
Oh, what’s that You don’t want
to do your homework?

457
00:24:57,136 –> 00:24:59,638
That’s okay.
I just did it for you.

458
00:25:01,640 –> 00:25:03,542
(♪♪♪)

459
00:25:06,779 –> 00:25:08,612
You know algebra?

460
00:25:08,614 –> 00:25:10,514
A squared
plus B squared equals

461
00:25:10,516 –> 00:25:12,549
of course! Heh, heh.

462
00:25:12,551 –> 00:25:15,887
This is amazing.
It’s all correct.

463
00:25:15,889 –> 00:25:17,856
So you can change
all of our grades.

464
00:25:17,858 –> 00:25:21,327
I can only change
the things right in front of me.

465
00:25:21,329 –> 00:25:24,931
But whatever I see,
I can bring to life.

466
00:25:26,367 –> 00:25:29,368
Karru marri odonna loma

467
00:25:29,370 –> 00:25:33,239
molonu karrano.

468
00:25:33,241 –> 00:25:35,673
ANNOUNCER: Round one. Fight!

469
00:25:35,675 –> 00:25:39,011
(BOTH SHOUTING IN JAPANESE)

470
00:25:39,013 –> 00:25:40,481
(BOTH GRUNTING)

471
00:25:42,283 –> 00:25:43,949
SONNY: That is awesome.

472
00:25:43,951 –> 00:25:47,787
I will never question
picking up junk again.

473
00:25:47,789 –> 00:25:49,955
Wait until Mom
and Sarah find out.

474
00:25:49,957 –> 00:25:51,223
(GROANS)

475
00:25:51,225 –> 00:25:53,025
SLAPPY: Slow your roll there, kid.

476
00:25:53,027 –> 00:25:56,562
Let’s just keep this
our little secret for now.

477
00:25:56,564 –> 00:26:00,666
Give me a chance
to win them over first.

478
00:26:00,668 –> 00:26:02,536
(CACKLES)

479
00:26:02,538 –> 00:26:04,905
(CAR NOISES PLAYING OVER TV)

480
00:26:04,907 –> 00:26:08,008
SLAPPY: Ah, you’re terrible at this.
Heh-heh-heh.

481
00:26:08,010 –> 00:26:10,043
I’m literally crushing you
right now.

482
00:26:10,045 –> 00:26:12,345
Can’t believe you’re losing
to a puppet.

483
00:26:12,347 –> 00:26:15,550
Right. And I’m not
even using my magical powers.

484
00:26:15,552 –> 00:26:16,718
– Heh. Hm?
(DOOR SLAMS)

485
00:26:21,857 –> 00:26:23,623
Back so soon?

486
00:26:23,625 –> 00:26:25,460
– Don’t ask.
SONNY: Are you okay?

487
00:26:25,462 –> 00:26:27,627
– What happened?
– What happened?

488
00:26:27,629 –> 00:26:30,730
Well, turns out the guy I liked
is a total scumbag.

489
00:26:30,732 –> 00:26:33,234
Mom expects me to run
this entire house by myself.

490
00:26:33,236 –> 00:26:35,570
And if I don’t figure out
this essay by Friday,

491
00:26:35,572 –> 00:26:39,075
I’m never getting out of this
town. So no, I’m not okay.

492
00:26:43,213 –> 00:26:45,148
Why are you guys
acting so weird?

493
00:26:46,182 –> 00:26:47,416
– Us?
– Nothing.

494
00:26:47,418 –> 00:26:48,850
SAM: No reason at all. Mm-hm.

495
00:26:48,852 –> 00:26:50,519
I’m working
on my science project.

496
00:26:50,521 –> 00:26:52,687
– We’re just playing video games.
– Just us two.

497
00:26:52,689 –> 00:26:55,022
– Nobody else.
SONNY: Mm-hm.

498
00:26:55,024 –> 00:26:56,924
I’m going to bed.

499
00:26:56,926 –> 00:26:58,262
Good night.

500
00:26:59,463 –> 00:27:01,398
(♪♪♪)

501
00:27:03,934 –> 00:27:05,402
Who just said that?

502
00:27:06,737 –> 00:27:08,203
– Me!
– Sam.

503
00:27:08,205 –> 00:27:09,606
(IN RASPY VOICE)
Good night.

504
00:27:09,608 –> 00:27:11,373
SONNY: It’s a new thing we’re doing.

505
00:27:11,375 –> 00:27:13,375
(IN RASPY VOICE) Good night.
Good night.

506
00:27:13,377 –> 00:27:15,277
– Hit the hay.
SONNY: Good night, Sarah.

507
00:27:15,279 –> 00:27:17,514
Night-night.

508
00:27:17,516 –> 00:27:19,748
(NORMALLY)
That is not cool, Slappy.

509
00:27:19,750 –> 00:27:21,286
(CHUCKLES)

510
00:27:25,190 –> 00:27:27,058
(♪♪♪)

511
00:27:42,874 –> 00:27:44,743
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

512
00:28:20,180 –> 00:28:22,049
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

513
00:28:29,722 –> 00:28:32,390
What the hell?

514
00:28:32,392 –> 00:28:36,061
– Ugh. God, they are such tools.
TYLER: Boo!

515
00:28:36,063 –> 00:28:38,863
(GASPS, THEN CHUCKLES)

516
00:28:38,865 –> 00:28:41,567
Missed you at the show
last night.

517
00:28:41,569 –> 00:28:44,403
Bet you did. You have fun?

518
00:28:44,405 –> 00:28:46,572
It was okay.
A bunch of us just hanging out.

519
00:28:46,574 –> 00:28:48,073
Totally casual.

520
00:28:48,075 –> 00:28:49,577
Right.

521
00:28:51,579 –> 00:28:53,913
– What’s with the dummy?
– Oh, him?

522
00:28:53,915 –> 00:28:56,182
We were just hanging out.

523
00:28:56,184 –> 00:28:58,186
Totally casual.

524
00:29:02,557 –> 00:29:04,459
(♪♪♪)

525
00:29:15,671 –> 00:29:17,571
(LOCK CLICKS)

526
00:29:17,573 –> 00:29:18,741
Fly, little ghost.

527
00:29:23,912 –> 00:29:26,980
Hey, whoever that is, can you
toss me up some more string?

528
00:29:26,982 –> 00:29:28,417
SLAPPY: Sure.

529
00:29:33,289 –> 00:29:34,555
(SCOFFS)

530
00:29:34,557 –> 00:29:37,124
Okay.

531
00:29:37,126 –> 00:29:39,926
That’s hilarious.

532
00:29:39,928 –> 00:29:41,329
Sarah?

533
00:29:41,331 –> 00:29:42,764
(SLAPPY CLEARS THROAT)

534
00:29:42,766 –> 00:29:45,832
Oh! Hey, hey, hey,
not funny, not funny.

535
00:29:45,834 –> 00:29:47,834
Sarah, stop fooling around.

536
00:29:47,836 –> 00:29:51,508
I’d say you’re the one
fooling around.

537
00:29:52,942 –> 00:29:54,375
How are you talking?

538
00:29:54,377 –> 00:29:57,412
I love the theater.

539
00:29:57,414 –> 00:30:00,749
I always bring down the house.

540
00:30:00,751 –> 00:30:02,319
(CACKLES)

541
00:30:04,087 –> 00:30:06,555
Wait, no! What are you doing?
What are you doing?

542
00:30:06,557 –> 00:30:08,156
Tell me, Tyler.

543
00:30:08,158 –> 00:30:10,960
What does it say
on that top step?

544
00:30:12,263 –> 00:30:15,097
Uh… It’s not a step?

545
00:30:15,099 –> 00:30:16,931
Maybe you’ll remember that

546
00:30:16,933 –> 00:30:21,205
the next time you
step out of line with my sister.

547
00:30:23,107 –> 00:30:25,744
(YELLS, THEN GROANS)

548
00:30:32,316 –> 00:30:34,684
It was a puppet, man.
It was a puppet.

549
00:30:34,686 –> 00:30:36,686
It had these
supernatural powers.

550
00:30:36,688 –> 00:30:38,722
He could move things
with his mind.

551
00:30:38,724 –> 00:30:40,190
I swear.

552
00:30:40,192 –> 00:30:42,492
She knows! Ask her.
It was in her locker.

553
00:30:42,494 –> 00:30:45,462
Please tell him real quick.
Sarah, tell him!

554
00:30:45,464 –> 00:30:47,664
It’s just the meds
kicking in, sir.

555
00:30:47,666 –> 00:30:49,699
Last guy said he saw a dragon.

556
00:30:49,701 –> 00:30:51,701
It wasn’t a dragon.
It was a puppet.

557
00:30:51,703 –> 00:30:53,638
(♪♪♪)

558
00:31:01,179 –> 00:31:03,012
(SCHOOL BELL RINGING)

559
00:31:03,014 –> 00:31:04,684
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

560
00:31:07,152 –> 00:31:09,953
Nikola Tesla
constructed this tower

561
00:31:09,955 –> 00:31:12,123
right here in Wardenclyffe,
New York

562
00:31:12,125 –> 00:31:14,825
to beam bolts of electricity
across the world.

563
00:31:14,827 –> 00:31:16,360
And today…

564
00:31:16,362 –> 00:31:19,630
we are going
to beam bolts of electricity

565
00:31:19,632 –> 00:31:21,565
across this classroom.

566
00:31:21,567 –> 00:31:24,535
Someone beam me
out of this classroom.

567
00:31:24,537 –> 00:31:26,838
(STUDENTS CHUCKLE)

568
00:31:26,840 –> 00:31:29,273
May I have a volunteer?

569
00:31:29,275 –> 00:31:31,676
You, ma’am,
in the pink sweater.

570
00:31:31,678 –> 00:31:34,912
Hold that and prepare
to be amazed.

571
00:31:34,914 –> 00:31:36,715
Behold:

572
00:31:36,717 –> 00:31:39,153
The power of Tesla.

573
00:31:40,521 –> 00:31:42,423
(♪♪♪)

574
00:31:54,034 –> 00:31:55,737
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

575
00:32:00,073 –> 00:32:02,577
Mr. Quinn, unplug that now!

576
00:32:03,678 –> 00:32:04,813
(SHRIEKS)

577
00:32:07,114 –> 00:32:08,750
(STUDENTS CLAMORING)

578
00:32:11,453 –> 00:32:12,754
(POWER WHINES)

579
00:32:16,958 –> 00:32:19,060
BOY: That was awesome!

580
00:32:20,962 –> 00:32:25,566
And that was my presentation
on Nikola Tesla.

581
00:32:25,568 –> 00:32:28,369
Any… Any questions?

582
00:32:30,104 –> 00:32:32,171
Today’s picture day!

583
00:32:32,173 –> 00:32:34,108
(FIRE ALARM RINGING)

584
00:32:37,446 –> 00:32:40,514
This is not good.
I’m so busted.

585
00:32:40,516 –> 00:32:42,483
Oh, great,
the fire department’s here?

586
00:32:42,485 –> 00:32:44,987
They’re definitely gonna
make you repeat a grade.

587
00:32:46,755 –> 00:32:49,590
Please tell me you guys
had nothing to do with this.

588
00:32:49,592 –> 00:32:52,025
Sonny blew up the science wing.
It was so cool.

589
00:32:52,027 –> 00:32:54,027
It was an accident.

590
00:32:54,029 –> 00:32:55,630
What are you doing here?

591
00:32:55,632 –> 00:32:58,098
Tyler Mitchell just got loaded
into an ambulance.

592
00:32:58,100 –> 00:33:00,301
He said the dummy
you guys put in my backpack

593
00:33:00,303 –> 00:33:03,805
attacked him
with supernatural powers.

594
00:33:03,807 –> 00:33:06,274
We didn’t put Slappy
in your backpack.

595
00:33:06,276 –> 00:33:07,942
(♪♪♪)

596
00:33:07,944 –> 00:33:09,312
Get in.

597
00:33:11,348 –> 00:33:12,848
SARAH: You’re telling me

598
00:33:12,850 –> 00:33:16,150
that you discovered
a walking, talking dummy

599
00:33:16,152 –> 00:33:17,820
and you didn’t tell me?

600
00:33:17,822 –> 00:33:19,989
He seemed like a nice guy
at the start.

601
00:33:19,991 –> 00:33:23,659
– He had great manners.
– He told us to keep it a secret.

602
00:33:23,661 –> 00:33:25,761
A, I’m your sister.

603
00:33:25,763 –> 00:33:27,429
And B, as a general rule,

604
00:33:27,431 –> 00:33:29,999
when an animated doll
tells you to keep secrets,

605
00:33:30,001 –> 00:33:31,233
that’s a red flag.

606
00:33:31,235 –> 00:33:32,668
He’s not just some doll.

607
00:33:32,670 –> 00:33:34,670
He’s got powers.
He can move stuff with his mind.

608
00:33:34,672 –> 00:33:36,472
You guys, this is insane.

609
00:33:36,474 –> 00:33:39,375
I mean,
why would he go after Tyler?

610
00:33:39,377 –> 00:33:42,511
Maybe he heard you complaining
about him last night.

611
00:33:42,513 –> 00:33:44,382
Great.
What else did I complain about?

612
00:33:46,752 –> 00:33:48,018
Mom.

613
00:33:48,020 –> 00:33:49,922
(♪♪♪)

614
00:33:59,364 –> 00:34:02,699
Hey, kids, you wanna see
the mummies come to life?

615
00:34:02,701 –> 00:34:04,901
– Sorry, Mr. Chu!
– Don’t have time to talk now!

616
00:34:04,903 –> 00:34:06,736
Your loss!

617
00:34:06,738 –> 00:34:08,505
(MUMMY LAUGHS)

618
00:34:08,507 –> 00:34:10,140
– Mom!
– Ms. Quinn!

619
00:34:10,142 –> 00:34:12,709
(KATHY LAUGHS)

620
00:34:12,711 –> 00:34:18,148
Hey. You didn’t tell me you got
a ventriloquist dummy. How fun!

621
00:34:18,150 –> 00:34:20,918
He was sitting at the table
like a little person.

622
00:34:20,920 –> 00:34:24,021
“Hi, kids. My name is Bobo.

623
00:34:24,023 –> 00:34:26,591
And I like listening to Mom.”
Heh, heh.

624
00:34:26,593 –> 00:34:28,693
Mom, his name is Slappy,

625
00:34:28,695 –> 00:34:30,795
and I would not do that
if I were you.

626
00:34:30,797 –> 00:34:32,897
Slappy.
That’s a ridiculous name.

627
00:34:32,899 –> 00:34:35,067
No, no. His name is Bobo.

628
00:34:35,069 –> 00:34:38,202
– Mom, you don’t understand.
– Ms. Quinn, he’s alive.

629
00:34:38,204 –> 00:34:40,304
I think these guys
are trying to play

630
00:34:40,306 –> 00:34:42,473
some sort of
a Halloween prank on us,

631
00:34:42,475 –> 00:34:44,475
but I’m not buying it.
Are you No.

632
00:34:44,477 –> 00:34:46,078
(PHONE RINGING)

633
00:34:46,080 –> 00:34:49,280
Oh, let me get that.
But nice try. Very creative.

634
00:34:49,282 –> 00:34:52,285
Stay right there.
Don’t go anywhere.

635
00:34:56,724 –> 00:34:59,658
(♪♪♪)

636
00:34:59,660 –> 00:35:03,096
Hi, kids. Good day at school?

637
00:35:03,098 –> 00:35:05,797
Oh, my God. He sounds
even creepier than he looks.

638
00:35:05,799 –> 00:35:08,935
Ha-ha-ha. We’re gonna be
such a happy family.

639
00:35:08,937 –> 00:35:10,602
You’re not our family.

640
00:35:10,604 –> 00:35:13,106
Do it, Sonny. Turn him off.

641
00:35:13,108 –> 00:35:16,743
Hearing you say that
makes me mad.

642
00:35:16,745 –> 00:35:22,081
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

643
00:35:22,083 –> 00:35:23,750
Don’t do that.

644
00:35:23,752 –> 00:35:25,385
Do it again.

645
00:35:25,387 –> 00:35:28,421
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

646
00:35:28,423 –> 00:35:31,027
(GASPING)

647
00:35:34,262 –> 00:35:35,397
(EXHALES)

648
00:35:39,869 –> 00:35:41,037
It worked.

649
00:35:51,313 –> 00:35:52,546
(GASPS)

650
00:35:52,548 –> 00:35:53,947
And trust me.

651
00:35:53,949 –> 00:35:56,784
You don’t want to find out
what happens…

652
00:35:56,786 –> 00:35:59,822
when I get mad.

653
00:36:00,856 –> 00:36:02,723
KATHY: Okay.
– Hm?

654
00:36:02,725 –> 00:36:05,960
Well, that was
an interesting phone call.

655
00:36:05,962 –> 00:36:07,594
Anything you wanna tell me?

656
00:36:07,596 –> 00:36:09,964
Yes, we’ve been trying to.
That dummy is evil.

657
00:36:09,966 –> 00:36:12,433
You blew up the science lab?

658
00:36:12,435 –> 00:36:14,201
Yeah, there was that too.

659
00:36:14,203 –> 00:36:16,604
Do you know
how much damage you’ve caused?

660
00:36:16,606 –> 00:36:17,872
It wasn’t Sonny’s fault.

661
00:36:17,874 –> 00:36:19,774
KATHY: I’m sure it was an accident.

662
00:36:19,776 –> 00:36:22,877
– It wasn’t an accident. The dummy did it.
– Yeah.

663
00:36:22,879 –> 00:36:25,613
Do I look like a dummy
to you?

664
00:36:25,615 –> 00:36:27,215
We’re telling
the truth!

665
00:36:27,217 –> 00:36:28,650
Here’s some truth for you.

666
00:36:28,652 –> 00:36:30,719
Halloween is canceled
for the three of you.

667
00:36:30,721 –> 00:36:32,353
– What?
– Canceled.

668
00:36:32,355 –> 00:36:34,689
– Come on.
KATHY: You know…

669
00:36:34,691 –> 00:36:38,493
I expect this kind of
craziness from the boys.

670
00:36:38,495 –> 00:36:40,395
But I felt like
you were gonna help me

671
00:36:40,397 –> 00:36:42,098
keep things under control,
Sarah.

672
00:36:42,100 –> 00:36:43,532
Mom.

673
00:36:43,534 –> 00:36:45,366
I’m disappointed.

674
00:36:45,368 –> 00:36:47,103
– Come on. Mom.
– Mom, please.

675
00:36:47,105 –> 00:36:48,271
(DOOR SLAMS)

676
00:36:50,240 –> 00:36:52,977
Not as disappointed
as I am.

677
00:36:54,011 –> 00:36:56,280
My room.
Now.

678
00:37:01,053 –> 00:37:02,585
We’ve got a problem.

679
00:37:02,587 –> 00:37:05,055
Yeah. I have never seen
your mom that mad.

680
00:37:05,057 –> 00:37:07,423
I’m talking about
the psycho dummy on our couch.

681
00:37:07,425 –> 00:37:11,161
Did somebody call
a family meeting without me?

682
00:37:11,163 –> 00:37:13,362
No, no. Slappy,
why would you think that?

683
00:37:13,364 –> 00:37:16,933
We were just planning
a surprise party for you.

684
00:37:16,935 –> 00:37:20,370
Well, I’ve got a surprise
for the three of you.

685
00:37:20,372 –> 00:37:22,773
This is my house now.

686
00:37:22,775 –> 00:37:24,775
And under my roof,

687
00:37:24,777 –> 00:37:26,576
I make the rules.

688
00:37:26,578 –> 00:37:29,679
Sorry, but you just got voted
out of this family.

689
00:37:29,681 –> 00:37:31,784
– Huh Aah!
SAM: Oh!

690
00:37:36,890 –> 00:37:39,289
What do we do with him now?

691
00:37:39,291 –> 00:37:40,558
Fireplace.

692
00:37:40,560 –> 00:37:42,059
No. No way.

693
00:37:42,061 –> 00:37:44,228
I would have nightmares
the rest of my life.

694
00:37:44,230 –> 00:37:47,465
No. I have a better idea.

695
00:37:47,467 –> 00:37:49,467
(♪♪♪)

696
00:37:49,469 –> 00:37:52,770
SONNY: Ugh. We’ve
been walking forever.

697
00:37:52,772 –> 00:37:55,640
It’s like this whole place
is made of poison ivy.

698
00:37:55,642 –> 00:37:57,608
SAM:
Stop complaining.

699
00:37:57,610 –> 00:37:59,180
How much farther is it?

700
00:37:59,847 –> 00:38:01,113
Here.

701
00:38:01,115 –> 00:38:03,650
This should work.

702
00:38:06,120 –> 00:38:09,087
Am I the only one that feels
like we’re committing a crime?

703
00:38:09,089 –> 00:38:12,459
It’s a dummy. The only crime
we’re committing is littering.

704
00:38:13,394 –> 00:38:15,961
– Ready?
– Yeah, yeah.

705
00:38:15,963 –> 00:38:17,998
Okay, watch out.

706
00:38:20,000 –> 00:38:21,535
(GRUNTS)

707
00:38:30,245 –> 00:38:31,980
It’s done.

708
00:38:33,648 –> 00:38:35,217
Let’s get out of here.

709
00:38:40,021 –> 00:38:41,323
SAM: Sonny, come on.

710
00:38:54,502 –> 00:38:56,036
We just killed a puppet.

711
00:38:56,038 –> 00:38:58,172
Trust me, we had to.

712
00:38:58,174 –> 00:39:00,241
And I say we just
forget it ever happened,

713
00:39:00,243 –> 00:39:02,076
because no one
will believe us anyway.

714
00:39:02,078 –> 00:39:03,344
It’s over.

715
00:39:03,346 –> 00:39:05,012
He’s locked in a suitcase.

716
00:39:05,014 –> 00:39:07,581
There’s no way
that dummy’s getting out.

717
00:39:07,583 –> 00:39:09,919
(ALL SCREAMING)

718
00:39:11,821 –> 00:39:14,455
Who you calling “dummy,”
dummy?

719
00:39:14,457 –> 00:39:15,892
(TIRES SQUEALING)

720
00:39:19,296 –> 00:39:20,661
What do you want from us?

721
00:39:20,663 –> 00:39:23,464
I just want to be
part of the family.

722
00:39:23,466 –> 00:39:25,601
SONNY: He’s gonna break
through the windshield.

723
00:39:29,405 –> 00:39:31,873
(TIRES SCREECH)
(SLAPPY SCREAMS)

724
00:39:31,875 –> 00:39:33,043
(ALL PANTING)

725
00:39:37,848 –> 00:39:39,080
Is everyone okay?

726
00:39:39,082 –> 00:39:40,550
SAM: Yeah.
Think so.

727
00:39:42,185 –> 00:39:45,053
Where’s Slappy?

728
00:39:45,055 –> 00:39:48,293
Guys, I think we just made
things a thousand times worse.

729
00:39:49,793 –> 00:39:51,728
(♪♪♪)

730
00:39:58,937 –> 00:40:01,404
I’ve been driving
In my car

731
00:40:01,406 –> 00:40:03,639
Trying to find
Some sign of life

732
00:40:03,641 –> 00:40:06,075
One is a guy
That is kind of creepy

733
00:40:06,077 –> 00:40:08,313
It’s a little stickling
Said sleepy

734
00:40:09,714 –> 00:40:12,048
KIDS: Trick or treat!

735
00:40:12,050 –> 00:40:13,883
CHU: There you go, Hank.

736
00:40:13,885 –> 00:40:16,452
All right,
come on in. Zoink!

737
00:40:16,454 –> 00:40:18,355
Step right up.
Don’t be scared.

738
00:40:18,357 –> 00:40:21,058
Welcome to my haunted house.

739
00:40:21,060 –> 00:40:22,491
Boo!

740
00:40:22,493 –> 00:40:25,128
All right.
Here you go. Happy Halloween.

741
00:40:25,130 –> 00:40:27,864
(ROARS AND KIDS LAUGH)

742
00:40:27,866 –> 00:40:30,767
Hey, what’s up, my witches?

743
00:40:30,769 –> 00:40:32,436
Little Frankenstein humor.

744
00:40:32,438 –> 00:40:33,704
Zoink!

745
00:40:33,706 –> 00:40:34,972
Beat it.

746
00:40:34,974 –> 00:40:37,541
(CHU CACKLES)

747
00:40:37,543 –> 00:40:38,942
Here you go.

748
00:40:38,944 –> 00:40:40,210
Bye-bye!

749
00:40:40,212 –> 00:40:42,213
Hey, my princess.

750
00:40:42,215 –> 00:40:43,448
Bye-bye!

751
00:40:43,450 –> 00:40:45,283
Hey, my cowboy.

752
00:40:45,285 –> 00:40:48,054
BOY: I’m not a cowboy!
CHU: Yes, you are. Bye-bye!

753
00:40:49,521 –> 00:40:51,788
“A mysterious disturbance
recently took place

754
00:40:51,790 –> 00:40:53,590
“in the town
of Madison, Delaware.

755
00:40:53,592 –> 00:40:56,861
“Neighborhoods were ravaged
and the high school destroyed.

756
00:40:56,863 –> 00:41:00,031
“An FBI spokesman said unusual
weather patterns were to blame,

757
00:41:00,033 –> 00:41:01,799
“but there were rumors
of a cover-up

758
00:41:01,801 –> 00:41:03,601
“for something far stranger.

759
00:41:03,603 –> 00:41:06,573
“Sightings of giant insects,
Abominable Snowmen, and even…

760
00:41:08,008 –> 00:41:09,841
…an evil ventriloquist dummy.”

761
00:41:09,843 –> 00:41:11,609
Oh, we’re so dead.

762
00:41:11,611 –> 00:41:14,113
“Creatures believed to come
alive from the original

763
00:41:14,115 –> 00:41:16,148
manuscripts of horror author
R.L. Stine.”

764
00:41:16,150 –> 00:41:18,484
– The book.
– What book?

765
00:41:18,486 –> 00:41:21,353
In that abandoned house, we
found this old locked-up book.

766
00:41:21,355 –> 00:41:24,323
And when we unlocked it,
that’s when Slappy appeared.

767
00:41:24,325 –> 00:41:26,325
Yeah, but Tommy Madigan
took it from us.

768
00:41:26,327 –> 00:41:29,495
Well, how do you know the book
was written by R.L. Stine?

769
00:41:29,497 –> 00:41:30,965
Wait a second.

770
00:41:34,101 –> 00:41:36,602
“From 1979 to 1985,

771
00:41:36,604 –> 00:41:38,871
“legendary horror author
R.L. Stine

772
00:41:38,873 –> 00:41:40,639
lived in Wardenclyffe,
New York.”

773
00:41:40,641 –> 00:41:43,309
SARAH: Here?
– That’s not good.

774
00:41:43,311 –> 00:41:45,045
“Stine started
his writing career

775
00:41:45,047 –> 00:41:48,081
“with a since-unpublished novel
titled Haunted Halloween,

776
00:41:48,083 –> 00:41:50,016
“a tale of a demonic dummy
who sets out

777
00:41:50,018 –> 00:41:52,519
to create a family
of his own by…”

778
00:41:52,521 –> 00:41:54,320
By… By what?

779
00:41:54,322 –> 00:41:56,625
By bringing Halloween
to life.

780
00:41:59,061 –> 00:42:00,962
(♪♪♪)

781
00:42:05,100 –> 00:42:08,034
I love a good holiday sale.

782
00:42:08,036 –> 00:42:09,604
(CACKLES)

783
00:42:17,612 –> 00:42:19,549
(HUMMING)

784
00:42:28,324 –> 00:42:31,225
Hello, old friends.

785
00:42:31,227 –> 00:42:34,895
If those kids don’t want me
to be a part of their family,

786
00:42:34,897 –> 00:42:38,101
I’ll raise one of my own.

787
00:42:39,436 –> 00:42:41,570
Karru marri

788
00:42:41,572 –> 00:42:47,209
odonna loma molonu karrano.

789
00:42:47,211 –> 00:42:48,946
Karru marri…

790
00:42:54,318 –> 00:42:56,253
Okay.

791
00:42:59,223 –> 00:43:01,125
(CHITTERING)

792
00:43:04,728 –> 00:43:07,230
(SQUEAKING)

793
00:43:07,232 –> 00:43:09,134
(TEETH CHATTERING)

794
00:43:20,879 –> 00:43:22,780
(SHRIEKING)

795
00:43:30,221 –> 00:43:32,123
(GROWLING)

796
00:43:36,761 –> 00:43:38,663
(BOTH GRUNTING)

797
00:43:45,638 –> 00:43:48,174
(GROANS)

798
00:43:49,074 –> 00:43:51,175
(HISSES)

799
00:43:51,177 –> 00:43:53,110
(GRUNTING)

800
00:43:53,112 –> 00:43:54,246
Yes.

801
00:43:57,183 –> 00:43:59,051
(HOWLS)

802
00:44:03,356 –> 00:44:05,356
(ROARS)

803
00:44:05,358 –> 00:44:06,992
(CLANK)

804
00:44:11,998 –> 00:44:13,531
(GASPS)

805
00:44:13,533 –> 00:44:16,436
(SLAPPY LAUGHING)
(MONSTERS GRUNTING AND GROWLING)

806
00:44:18,838 –> 00:44:20,707
SLAPPY: Trick or treat.

807
00:44:23,009 –> 00:44:24,911
(GRUNTING)

808
00:44:27,948 –> 00:44:29,548
(CACKLES)

809
00:44:29,550 –> 00:44:31,185
(GROANING)

810
00:44:35,389 –> 00:44:37,389
(GROANS)

811
00:44:37,391 –> 00:44:40,326
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

812
00:44:40,328 –> 00:44:43,097
Welcome
to the family,

813
00:44:44,298 –> 00:44:45,667
Walter.

814
00:44:46,702 –> 00:44:48,169
(CHUCKLES)

815
00:44:49,671 –> 00:44:54,106
Serving families
is what I do. Heh, heh.

816
00:44:54,108 –> 00:44:56,875
Heh, heh. Come along,
then, brother.

817
00:44:56,877 –> 00:44:58,445
Just wait until you see

818
00:44:58,447 –> 00:45:01,914
what I have planned next
for this town.

819
00:45:01,916 –> 00:45:04,917
(CACKLES)

820
00:45:04,919 –> 00:45:06,821
(VAMPIRE LAUGHING)

821
00:45:13,962 –> 00:45:15,795
Guys, this is bad.

822
00:45:15,797 –> 00:45:17,931
This is really,
really bad.

823
00:45:17,933 –> 00:45:20,400
You know what we need to do?
We need to call the police.

824
00:45:20,402 –> 00:45:22,470
And tell them what?
That an evil dummy

825
00:45:22,472 –> 00:45:24,237
is about to bring
Halloween to life?

826
00:45:24,239 –> 00:45:25,905
– Yes!
SARAH: Great idea, Sam.

827
00:45:25,907 –> 00:45:27,275
They’ll come and arrest us.

828
00:45:27,277 –> 00:45:29,410
– Wait, guys, I found a number.
– For Stine?

829
00:45:29,412 –> 00:45:31,445
No, says here
nobody knows where he is,

830
00:45:31,447 –> 00:45:33,180
but this is for
Richard Shivers.

831
00:45:33,182 –> 00:45:37,784
He’s the president of the
R.L. Stine Appreciation Society.

832
00:45:37,786 –> 00:45:39,954
– What are you doing?
– I’m calling.

833
00:45:39,956 –> 00:45:42,290
(LINE RINGING)

834
00:45:42,292 –> 00:45:45,126
RECORDING: Good day, you’ve
reached Dr. Richard Shivers

835
00:45:45,128 –> 00:45:47,596
and the R.L. Stine
Appreciation Society.

836
00:45:47,598 –> 00:45:49,864
If you’re trying to
reach Stine, don’t bother.

837
00:45:49,866 –> 00:45:52,033
Otherwise,
leave a message.

838
00:45:52,035 –> 00:45:54,536
SARAH: Hi, Mr. Shivers,
my name is Sarah Quinn.

839
00:45:54,538 –> 00:45:56,371
I live in
Wardenclyffe, New York.

840
00:45:56,373 –> 00:45:59,408
I desperately need to
get in touch with R.L. Stine.

841
00:45:59,410 –> 00:46:00,975
This is gonna sound crazy,

842
00:46:00,977 –> 00:46:03,679
but I think one of his stories
has come to life.

843
00:46:03,681 –> 00:46:04,946
(BEEPS)

844
00:46:04,948 –> 00:46:06,748
Hi, Mr. Shivers…

845
00:46:06,750 –> 00:46:08,817
Well…

846
00:46:08,819 –> 00:46:11,119
Looks like we’re on our own.

847
00:46:11,121 –> 00:46:12,921
Wait,
where are we going?

848
00:46:12,923 –> 00:46:16,091
To find Tommy Madigan
and get that book.

849
00:46:16,093 –> 00:46:17,326
Get that one.

850
00:46:17,328 –> 00:46:19,194
No way he’s gonna
be able to get that.

851
00:46:19,196 –> 00:46:20,463
Oh.

852
00:46:20,465 –> 00:46:22,699
SONNY: Tommy! Tommy!
SAM: Tommy! Hey.

853
00:46:22,701 –> 00:46:24,199
Tommy! Tommy!

854
00:46:24,201 –> 00:46:25,802
BOY:
What do these idiots want?

855
00:46:25,804 –> 00:46:27,069
I’ll take care
of this.

856
00:46:27,071 –> 00:46:28,571
SONNY: We need that book.

857
00:46:28,573 –> 00:46:30,640
– It’s really important.
– It’s super important.

858
00:46:30,642 –> 00:46:32,141
The book with
the lock on it.

859
00:46:32,143 –> 00:46:33,409
Okay, okay.
What book?

860
00:46:33,411 –> 00:46:35,011
The one you stole
from us, Tommy.

861
00:46:35,013 –> 00:46:36,746
Oh, yeah.
I’ve got it right here.

862
00:46:36,748 –> 00:46:38,681
– Oh, really?
– No, idiot.

863
00:46:38,683 –> 00:46:42,018
Why would I be carrying a book
around with me on Halloween?

864
00:46:42,020 –> 00:46:44,588
Now, go back home
with your babysitter.

865
00:46:44,590 –> 00:46:46,022
I’ll be there in a bit
to egg your house.

866
00:46:46,024 –> 00:46:47,458
Listen,
you little punk,

867
00:46:47,460 –> 00:46:49,593
I’m not the babysitter.
I’m Sonny’s sister.

868
00:46:49,595 –> 00:46:50,927
You’re gonna give us
that book back

869
00:46:50,929 –> 00:46:52,763
or I’ll make your life
a living hell.

870
00:46:52,765 –> 00:46:55,699
The only thing you’ll use that
toilet paper for is to wipe…

871
00:46:55,701 –> 00:46:58,135
Okay. God, you don’t have
to be so mean about it.

872
00:46:58,137 –> 00:47:00,037
Let’s get
out of here.

873
00:47:00,039 –> 00:47:02,408
Book’s at my house
in my room.

874
00:47:04,343 –> 00:47:08,680
But it’s hidden, so good luck
finding it, losers. Heh, heh.

875
00:47:08,682 –> 00:47:10,751
(SHRIEKING IN DISTANCE)

876
00:47:13,653 –> 00:47:15,555
(♪♪♪)

877
00:47:20,494 –> 00:47:22,763
(ALL GASP)

878
00:47:24,698 –> 00:47:27,198
Those are some
awesome costumes.

879
00:47:27,200 –> 00:47:29,334
(SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

880
00:47:29,336 –> 00:47:31,605
(BOYS SCREAMING)

881
00:47:32,672 –> 00:47:35,008
(SCREAMING)

882
00:47:36,711 –> 00:47:37,944
Is this actually
happening?

883
00:47:39,680 –> 00:47:42,147
(ALL YELL)

884
00:47:42,149 –> 00:47:43,684
Guys, we gotta find
that book!

885
00:47:49,189 –> 00:47:51,923
SLAPPY: Evening, Mr. Tesla.

886
00:47:51,925 –> 00:47:56,028
You don’t mind if we bring
your tower back to life, do you?

887
00:47:56,030 –> 00:47:57,932
(BOTH CACKLING)

888
00:48:01,436 –> 00:48:03,235
(QUIETLY)
What did he say?

889
00:48:03,237 –> 00:48:05,705
Shut up.

890
00:48:05,707 –> 00:48:08,875
SLAPPY: Tesla used this tower
to project electricity,

891
00:48:08,877 –> 00:48:11,076
but I’m going
to use this tower

892
00:48:11,078 –> 00:48:15,281
to project my magic
in ways he never imagined.

893
00:48:15,283 –> 00:48:19,586
It takes a genius
to know a genius.

894
00:48:19,588 –> 00:48:21,488
(POWERING UP)

895
00:48:21,490 –> 00:48:23,790
– Whoa.
– Heh-heh-heh.

896
00:48:23,792 –> 00:48:25,392
Come along,
Walter.

897
00:48:25,394 –> 00:48:26,793
We’ve got work
to do.

898
00:48:26,795 –> 00:48:28,263
Very well.
Let’s go.

899
00:48:31,667 –> 00:48:33,133
SONNY: This is Tommy’s house.

900
00:48:33,135 –> 00:48:36,171
Well, I guess
we just knock?

901
00:48:38,474 –> 00:48:40,608
SAM: Knock loud. He
lives with his grandma.

902
00:48:40,610 –> 00:48:41,778
(KNOCKS)

903
00:48:42,779 –> 00:48:44,412
Okay.

904
00:48:44,414 –> 00:48:45,880
(DOORBELL RINGS)

905
00:48:45,882 –> 00:48:48,114
Wait! Guys,
there she is.

906
00:48:48,116 –> 00:48:49,484
SONNY: She’s asleep.

907
00:48:49,486 –> 00:48:51,419
I guess we’ll just
have to wake her up.

908
00:48:51,421 –> 00:48:53,287
– Hello! Come on.
– Hello!

909
00:48:53,289 –> 00:48:55,656
– Hello!
– Tommy’s grandma!

910
00:48:55,658 –> 00:48:57,992
(SIGHS)
Wow.

911
00:48:57,994 –> 00:48:59,762
Guess she’s a deep sleeper.

912
00:49:02,465 –> 00:49:03,966
(SIGHS)
It’s locked.

913
00:49:03,968 –> 00:49:06,133
Find another way in
and go get that book.

914
00:49:06,135 –> 00:49:07,303
What are you gonna do?

915
00:49:10,006 –> 00:49:12,608
I’m gonna make sure
nothing surprises us. Go!

916
00:49:12,610 –> 00:49:14,776
(♪♪♪)

917
00:49:14,778 –> 00:49:16,680
(WINDOW CLATTERING)

918
00:49:26,858 –> 00:49:28,123
(BANGS)

919
00:49:28,125 –> 00:49:29,859
– Ow!
– Shh.

920
00:49:29,861 –> 00:49:32,795
What?

921
00:49:32,797 –> 00:49:36,467
(WHISPERING) I can’t believe we’re
breaking into someone’s house right now.

922
00:49:44,609 –> 00:49:47,145
Shh.

923
00:49:49,848 –> 00:49:51,781
(WHISPERING)
Hey, they got gummy bears.

924
00:49:51,783 –> 00:49:53,585
Who cares?
Stop screwing around.

925
00:49:55,021 –> 00:49:56,352
AUTOMATED VOICE: Hands off!

926
00:49:56,354 –> 00:49:58,256
(LAUGHS)

927
00:50:00,960 –> 00:50:03,293
Sam, stop
screwing around. Let’s go.

928
00:50:03,295 –> 00:50:04,931
– Okay, all right.
(CLICKS)

929
00:50:08,768 –> 00:50:10,636
SLAPPY: Watch this, Walter.

930
00:50:12,772 –> 00:50:14,438
WALTER: Whoa. Whoa.

931
00:50:14,440 –> 00:50:16,740
(LAUGHING)

932
00:50:16,742 –> 00:50:21,211
Why settle for
a small family, Walter,

933
00:50:21,213 –> 00:50:24,682
when we can project
my power everywhere

934
00:50:24,684 –> 00:50:27,886
and bring all of
Halloween to life?

935
00:50:27,888 –> 00:50:30,120
(LAUGHS)
Yeah.

936
00:50:30,122 –> 00:50:33,725
Karru marri odonna loma

937
00:50:33,727 –> 00:50:37,194
molonu karrano.
– Whoa.

938
00:50:37,196 –> 00:50:39,096
Karru marri

939
00:50:39,098 –> 00:50:43,935
odonna loma
molonu karrano.

940
00:50:43,937 –> 00:50:45,872
(BOTH CACKLING)

941
00:50:49,576 –> 00:50:51,411
(♪♪♪)

942
00:50:52,346 –> 00:50:54,247
(CACKLING CONTINUES)

943
00:51:01,355 –> 00:51:03,256
(ALL SHRIEKING)

944
00:51:07,260 –> 00:51:08,496
(BOTH SNICKERING)

945
00:51:12,166 –> 00:51:13,768
(GRUNTING)

946
00:51:19,173 –> 00:51:20,941
(NEIGHS)

947
00:51:20,943 –> 00:51:24,243
Hyah! Ha-ha-ha!

948
00:51:24,245 –> 00:51:27,146
(CACKLING)

949
00:51:27,148 –> 00:51:30,383
– Sam, I found it. Yeah.
– You found it?

950
00:51:30,385 –> 00:51:31,852
SONNY: “R.L. Stine.”

951
00:51:31,854 –> 00:51:33,722
How did we miss that?

952
00:51:35,624 –> 00:51:38,759
– That can’t be good.
– Yeah. We gotta go.

953
00:51:38,761 –> 00:51:40,663
(♪♪♪)

954
00:51:46,568 –> 00:51:48,235
Let’s just go
back out the window.

955
00:51:48,237 –> 00:51:49,505
SAM: All right.

956
00:51:51,607 –> 00:51:53,573
– Oh.
HAND: Ah!

957
00:51:53,575 –> 00:51:54,878
(YELLS)

958
00:51:56,112 –> 00:51:57,477
Sam!

959
00:51:57,479 –> 00:51:59,479
The hand
has my hand!

960
00:51:59,481 –> 00:52:01,482
Just rip it off!
Throw it!

961
00:52:01,484 –> 00:52:03,153
(HAND SNARLS)

962
00:52:06,923 –> 00:52:09,325
Sam. Turn around.

963
00:52:10,794 –> 00:52:11,928
They’re moving.

964
00:52:13,363 –> 00:52:14,963
Sonny,
they’re just gummy bears.

965
00:52:14,965 –> 00:52:17,066
They’re so tiny and cute.
What can they do?

966
00:52:17,068 –> 00:52:19,436
(CHITTERING)

967
00:52:21,671 –> 00:52:23,005
Hey there, little guys.

968
00:52:23,007 –> 00:52:24,807
Sam, you just ate
half their family.

969
00:52:24,809 –> 00:52:26,443
I would not do that
if I were you.

970
00:52:27,545 –> 00:52:29,545
(♪♪♪)

971
00:52:29,547 –> 00:52:31,549
(GUMMY BEARS GRUNTING, SNICKERING)

972
00:52:39,590 –> 00:52:41,657
Why are they walking
towards us?

973
00:52:41,659 –> 00:52:44,326
Okay. All right.
Maybe

974
00:52:44,328 –> 00:52:47,730
they just want us
to stay and play.

975
00:52:47,732 –> 00:52:48,900
(ALL ROAR)
(BOYS YELL)

976
00:52:53,805 –> 00:52:56,708
(♪♪♪)

977
00:53:00,078 –> 00:53:01,911
God, where is everyone?

978
00:53:01,913 –> 00:53:04,013
Oh, there’s one
on my back, Sam!

979
00:53:04,015 –> 00:53:05,715
Okay, okay!

980
00:53:05,717 –> 00:53:08,852
(GUMMY BEARS GIGGLING)

981
00:53:08,854 –> 00:53:11,721
– Pull harder!
– I’m trying!

982
00:53:11,723 –> 00:53:13,289
– Whoa.
BEAR: Ha-ha-ha!

983
00:53:13,291 –> 00:53:14,691
Go for the window, Sam!

984
00:53:14,693 –> 00:53:15,962
I’m coming!

985
00:53:17,764 –> 00:53:18,931
Whoa!

986
00:53:21,433 –> 00:53:23,335
(SNARLING)

987
00:53:27,039 –> 00:53:29,509
(GLASS SHATTERING)

988
00:53:30,777 –> 00:53:32,678
(GRUNTING)

989
00:53:35,148 –> 00:53:38,484
Just! Stop! Giggling!

990
00:53:42,388 –> 00:53:44,390
(GRUNTING)

991
00:53:47,360 –> 00:53:49,293
Sam! I need some help
over here…

992
00:53:49,295 –> 00:53:52,363
(WAILING)
Sonny!

993
00:53:52,365 –> 00:53:54,268
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

994
00:53:57,370 –> 00:53:58,703
Mom, we’re under attack!

995
00:53:58,705 –> 00:54:00,472
Sonny, what are you
talking about?

996
00:54:00,474 –> 00:54:02,109
Where’s Sarah?
Who’s attacking you?

997
00:54:03,977 –> 00:54:05,610
Gummy bears.

998
00:54:05,612 –> 00:54:07,579
KATHY: What Honey, you’re mumbling.

999
00:54:07,581 –> 00:54:08,814
Put Sarah on the phone.

1000
00:54:08,816 –> 00:54:10,315
(GROWLS)

1001
00:54:10,317 –> 00:54:11,984
KATHY: Sonny.
BEAR: Whee!

1002
00:54:11,986 –> 00:54:13,953
(GRUNTING)

1003
00:54:13,955 –> 00:54:15,188
KATHY: What…?

1004
00:54:15,190 –> 00:54:16,856
Okay, that’s it.

1005
00:54:16,858 –> 00:54:19,524
Do not leave the house!
I’m coming home.

1006
00:54:19,526 –> 00:54:21,461
(GRUNTING CONTINUES)

1007
00:54:34,876 –> 00:54:36,143
(PANTING)

1008
00:54:36,145 –> 00:54:38,145
Sonny, help!

1009
00:54:38,147 –> 00:54:39,512
Sam, I’m coming!

1010
00:54:39,514 –> 00:54:41,183
Hurry!

1011
00:54:45,620 –> 00:54:47,821
(BEAR YELLING)

1012
00:54:47,823 –> 00:54:49,725
(LITTLE BEARS SQUEALING)

1013
00:55:04,006 –> 00:55:08,642
No, no, no!
You’ll never take me alive!

1014
00:55:08,644 –> 00:55:10,146
(BEAR SCREAMS)

1015
00:55:12,148 –> 00:55:14,849
That is my new favorite book.

1016
00:55:14,851 –> 00:55:17,551
– You okay?
– I think.

1017
00:55:17,553 –> 00:55:19,419
Let’s get out of here.

1018
00:55:19,421 –> 00:55:20,822
(ALL YELL)

1019
00:55:20,824 –> 00:55:22,423
What are you guys
doing in there?

1020
00:55:22,425 –> 00:55:24,692
Oh, no big deal, really.
Just being mauled

1021
00:55:24,694 –> 00:55:26,194
by my favorite
comfort food!

1022
00:55:26,196 –> 00:55:27,695
Wait. Just stop.
Stop, stop!

1023
00:55:27,697 –> 00:55:29,697
What are you guys
even talking about?

1024
00:55:29,699 –> 00:55:31,733
Everything is alive, Sarah.
Even candy.

1025
00:55:31,735 –> 00:55:34,069
Well, is that the book?
Let’s read it.

1026
00:55:34,071 –> 00:55:36,571
There’s something you need
to know about this book.

1027
00:55:36,573 –> 00:55:37,940
What?

1028
00:55:37,942 –> 00:55:39,540
(HOWLING IN DISTANCE)

1029
00:55:39,542 –> 00:55:40,843
Look out!

1030
00:55:40,845 –> 00:55:42,980
(GROWLS)
(GRUNTS)

1031
00:55:44,614 –> 00:55:46,717
– Whoa!
(RASPING)

1032
00:56:02,367 –> 00:56:04,767
That’s what.

1033
00:56:04,769 –> 00:56:06,769
This is not
a normal book, Sarah.

1034
00:56:06,771 –> 00:56:08,706
(PANTING)

1035
00:56:15,247 –> 00:56:16,780
Who would write this?

1036
00:56:16,782 –> 00:56:18,717
(♪♪♪)

1037
00:56:29,128 –> 00:56:30,330
(ENGINE REVS)

1038
00:56:34,599 –> 00:56:37,703
They did the monster mash
The monster mash

1039
00:56:39,238 –> 00:56:41,040
Oh, what is this?

1040
00:56:41,975 –> 00:56:43,607
Okay.

1041
00:56:43,609 –> 00:56:44,777
– Huh?
– Oh!

1042
00:56:46,846 –> 00:56:49,448
– Hyah!
– Oh, you rehearsed that, did you?

1043
00:56:49,450 –> 00:56:53,086
Best costume of the night, sir.

1044
00:56:54,821 –> 00:56:56,756
(ALL LAUGHING)

1045
00:56:58,125 –> 00:56:59,458
(ROARS)

1046
00:56:59,460 –> 00:57:01,028
(SCREAMING)

1047
00:57:02,162 –> 00:57:04,098
(SNARLING)

1048
00:57:05,565 –> 00:57:07,565
(ALL SCREAMING)

1049
00:57:07,567 –> 00:57:08,900
(LAUGHS)

1050
00:57:08,902 –> 00:57:10,268
(HORN HONKS)

1051
00:57:10,270 –> 00:57:12,471
(SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1052
00:57:12,473 –> 00:57:13,974
GIRL: Go!

1053
00:57:14,775 –> 00:57:16,677
(SIRENS WAILING)

1054
00:57:22,317 –> 00:57:24,149
WOMAN: Look out, look out! Ah!

1055
00:57:24,151 –> 00:57:26,785
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1056
00:57:26,787 –> 00:57:28,187
MAN: What’s going on?

1057
00:57:28,189 –> 00:57:30,925
There! Let’s take
the alley. It’s empty.

1058
00:57:34,896 –> 00:57:36,561
Wait, wait!

1059
00:57:36,563 –> 00:57:39,198
We need to read the book
and see how we can end this.

1060
00:57:39,200 –> 00:57:41,868
Let me see.

1061
00:57:41,870 –> 00:57:44,570
“It was nearly Halloween
in the town of Wardenclyffe…”

1062
00:57:44,572 –> 00:57:46,739
Blah, blah, blah. Here!

1063
00:57:46,741 –> 00:57:48,475
“His revenge
was to create a family

1064
00:57:48,477 –> 00:57:51,177
by bringing Halloween to life,
but that wasn’t enough.”

1065
00:57:51,179 –> 00:57:53,147
That seems like
plenty of revenge to me.

1066
00:57:53,149 –> 00:57:56,584
“Because he wanted more than
a family. He wanted a mother.

1067
00:57:59,288 –> 00:58:01,390
His plan was to…”

1068
00:58:02,624 –> 00:58:04,224
Was to what?
Keep reading.

1069
00:58:04,226 –> 00:58:05,859
I-I-I can’t.

1070
00:58:05,861 –> 00:58:10,464
That was the last page.
It’s an unfinished manuscript.

1071
00:58:10,466 –> 00:58:12,234
What?

1072
00:58:13,537 –> 00:58:14,937
Okay, great.
What do we do now?

1073
00:58:16,172 –> 00:58:18,038
Slappy’s gonna go after Mom.

1074
00:58:18,040 –> 00:58:21,309
That book is the only thing
we have to stop him.

1075
00:58:21,311 –> 00:58:23,644
We have to go to
the nursing home and save her.

1076
00:58:23,646 –> 00:58:25,579
Mom’s not at
the nursing home.

1077
00:58:25,581 –> 00:58:27,681
Where is she?

1078
00:58:27,683 –> 00:58:30,885
– On her way home to save us.
– What?

1079
00:58:30,887 –> 00:58:33,288
She called while we were
attacked by gummy bears.

1080
00:58:33,290 –> 00:58:35,056
Why answer
at a time like that?

1081
00:58:35,058 –> 00:58:38,193
Maybe because unlike you, Sarah,
I pick up Mom’s phone calls.

1082
00:58:38,195 –> 00:58:39,594
Really Guilt trip much?

1083
00:58:39,596 –> 00:58:41,763
We need to find your mom
before Slappy does.

1084
00:58:41,765 –> 00:58:43,466
Now, come on,
let’s go!

1085
00:58:43,468 –> 00:58:45,403
(♪♪♪)

1086
00:58:47,472 –> 00:58:50,573
Your woodworking skills
are impressive.

1087
00:58:50,575 –> 00:58:51,806
Yes.

1088
00:58:51,808 –> 00:58:53,975
This will do nicely.

1089
00:58:53,977 –> 00:58:56,845
Oh, I used to manage
a hardware store.

1090
00:58:56,847 –> 00:58:59,781
– Walter. Focus, please.
– Yes.

1091
00:58:59,783 –> 00:59:05,087
Now tell my monsters to get me
Mama and get me that book.

1092
00:59:05,089 –> 00:59:07,623
Yeah. Yes.

1093
00:59:07,625 –> 00:59:09,561
SARAH: Run!
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1094
00:59:12,864 –> 00:59:14,296
SAM: Duck!
(ALL SNARLING)

1095
00:59:14,298 –> 00:59:15,733
Look out!

1096
00:59:19,737 –> 00:59:22,239
(SPIDER ROARING)

1097
00:59:22,241 –> 00:59:23,408
What the…?

1098
00:59:25,144 –> 00:59:26,445
SONNY: That’s Mr. Peters!

1099
00:59:27,980 –> 00:59:29,779
(SIREN CHIRPING)

1100
00:59:29,781 –> 00:59:32,249
MAN 1: Nice doggy.
MAN 2: It’s right behind you!

1101
00:59:32,251 –> 00:59:34,017
MAN 1: Ah! Not on my leg!

1102
00:59:34,019 –> 00:59:37,254
KATHY: Help!

1103
00:59:37,256 –> 00:59:40,157
That’s Mom! That’s Mom!
Come on!

1104
00:59:40,159 –> 00:59:41,992
PIRATE: You bunch of scallywags!

1105
00:59:41,994 –> 00:59:43,660
KATHY: Kids, watch out!

1106
00:59:43,662 –> 00:59:44,830
(ALL YELL)

1107
00:59:46,698 –> 00:59:47,866
Behind you!

1108
00:59:53,805 –> 00:59:56,274
(SPIDER ROARING)

1109
00:59:56,276 –> 00:59:58,342
Okay, now’s our chance.

1110
00:59:58,344 –> 01:00:00,311
Give me the book.
I’m gonna protect Mom.

1111
01:00:00,313 –> 01:00:02,613
You get the ladder
and meet me at that tree.

1112
01:00:02,615 –> 01:00:04,484
– Wait till it’s safe, then go.
– Okay.

1113
01:00:06,487 –> 01:00:07,655
(GROANS)

1114
01:00:11,358 –> 01:00:12,859
(SKELETON YELLS)

1115
01:00:15,828 –> 01:00:17,462
(GASPS)

1116
01:00:17,464 –> 01:00:19,233
Okay, okay.

1117
01:00:24,171 –> 01:00:26,672
(WAILING)

1118
01:00:26,674 –> 01:00:30,809
Oh, my God! We’re all gonna die!
Run for your life! Ah!

1119
01:00:30,811 –> 01:00:32,744
(CRYING)
Oh, my God.

1120
01:00:32,746 –> 01:00:34,846
Oops. Not a monster.

1121
01:00:34,848 –> 01:00:36,248
SAM: All right, let’s go!

1122
01:00:36,250 –> 01:00:37,749
Come on!

1123
01:00:37,751 –> 01:00:39,251
Halt!

1124
01:00:39,253 –> 01:00:41,987
My orders are
to guard this porch!

1125
01:00:41,989 –> 01:00:43,223
No way.

1126
01:00:43,225 –> 01:00:44,856
You like carving pumpkins,
huh?

1127
01:00:44,858 –> 01:00:46,858
Look what you did
to poor Terry.

1128
01:00:46,860 –> 01:00:49,028
Hiya! I’m round.

1129
01:00:49,030 –> 01:00:51,199
Sergeant Squash,
open fire.

1130
01:00:53,368 –> 01:00:55,068
Oh. Ow!

1131
01:00:55,070 –> 01:00:56,871
(GRUNTING)

1132
01:01:03,078 –> 01:01:04,744
We need to find
another way in!

1133
01:01:04,746 –> 01:01:06,714
No. This is my house.

1134
01:01:06,716 –> 01:01:08,684
SERGEANT: I’m hit! Medic!

1135
01:01:09,985 –> 01:01:11,552
What are you doing?
Put me down!

1136
01:01:11,554 –> 01:01:13,187
Hiya! Happy Easter.

1137
01:01:13,189 –> 01:01:14,588
– No, no!
TERRY: Ugh!

1138
01:01:14,590 –> 01:01:17,057
Yes! Let’s go.

1139
01:01:17,059 –> 01:01:20,027
Sarah, I was so worried.
Are you okay?

1140
01:01:20,029 –> 01:01:21,395
I’m fine.
Just hang tight.

1141
01:01:21,397 –> 01:01:23,364
I’m gonna get you down.
I promise.

1142
01:01:23,366 –> 01:01:24,865
I just need you to trust me.

1143
01:01:24,867 –> 01:01:27,034
KATHY: Don’t worry about me. Run. Hide!

1144
01:01:27,036 –> 01:01:28,871
Ghost at 11 o’clock!

1145
01:01:31,107 –> 01:01:34,110
No, no, no! Get back here!

1146
01:01:37,547 –> 01:01:38,814
(YELLS)

1147
01:01:40,250 –> 01:01:42,717
SARAH: That’s my book! Ah!

1148
01:01:42,719 –> 01:01:44,121
We gotta go.

1149
01:01:46,056 –> 01:01:49,291
(SARAH SCREAMING)

1150
01:01:49,293 –> 01:01:52,227
Sarah!
Sarah, let go of that ghost!

1151
01:01:52,229 –> 01:01:54,764
Do not let go
of that ghost!

1152
01:01:54,766 –> 01:01:55,932
(SCREAMS)

1153
01:01:58,736 –> 01:02:01,236
– You okay?
– No, that ghost took the book.

1154
01:02:01,238 –> 01:02:02,406
(SPIDER ROARS)

1155
01:02:04,742 –> 01:02:07,208
SONNY: Mom!
– Oh, kids. Help!

1156
01:02:07,210 –> 01:02:08,778
No, no, no!

1157
01:02:08,780 –> 01:02:10,879
– Sarah!
SARAH: Mom!

1158
01:02:10,881 –> 01:02:14,216
(KATHY SCREAMING)

1159
01:02:14,218 –> 01:02:16,585
SONNY: It’s heading for the Tesla lab.

1160
01:02:16,587 –> 01:02:18,220
Slappy brought
the tower to life.

1161
01:02:18,222 –> 01:02:19,622
That’s why
this is happening.

1162
01:02:19,624 –> 01:02:20,925
We have to stop him.

1163
01:02:22,260 –> 01:02:24,795
Uh, guys?

1164
01:02:24,797 –> 01:02:26,197
(ALL SNARLING, HISSING)

1165
01:02:27,566 –> 01:02:29,733
Sonny, what do we do?

1166
01:02:29,735 –> 01:02:31,336
I don’t know.
You’re the older one.

1167
01:02:32,471 –> 01:02:34,707
(ALL SCREAMING)

1168
01:02:35,940 –> 01:02:37,509
No, no, no.
It’s me, Mr. Chu!

1169
01:02:38,544 –> 01:02:40,042
Mr. Chu?

1170
01:02:40,044 –> 01:02:43,879
Shh! Follow me!
To the basement now!

1171
01:02:43,881 –> 01:02:45,615
Don’t ruin the Mylar.

1172
01:02:45,617 –> 01:02:48,153
I’m saving it for next year.
Go, go, go.

1173
01:02:49,823 –> 01:02:51,823
(♪♪♪)

1174
01:02:51,825 –> 01:02:53,727
(ENGINE REVVING)

1175
01:02:55,461 –> 01:02:57,060
Let me get this straight.

1176
01:02:57,062 –> 01:03:00,565
We are living a Goosebumps
story right now?

1177
01:03:00,567 –> 01:03:02,232
Okay, clearly you’re a fan.

1178
01:03:02,234 –> 01:03:04,369
This is the greatest thing
I’ve ever heard!

1179
01:03:04,371 –> 01:03:07,271
Hold on. Let me guess, let me
guess, let me guess. Um…

1180
01:03:07,273 –> 01:03:08,806
Monster Blood.

1181
01:03:08,808 –> 01:03:11,776
No, too on the nose.
Yeah, you’re right. Um…

1182
01:03:11,778 –> 01:03:14,679
The Scarecrow Walks
at Midnight.

1183
01:03:14,681 –> 01:03:16,881
No. Haunted Halloween.

1184
01:03:16,883 –> 01:03:20,118
I don’t know that one.
How does it end?

1185
01:03:20,120 –> 01:03:21,953
That’s the problem.

1186
01:03:21,955 –> 01:03:23,454
It doesn’t.

1187
01:03:23,456 –> 01:03:25,358
(THUNDER RUMBLES)
(COIL CRACKLING)

1188
01:03:29,329 –> 01:03:31,231
(MUFFLED GRUNTING)

1189
01:03:32,500 –> 01:03:33,866
Mm! Mm!

1190
01:03:33,868 –> 01:03:35,467
Hello, Mama.

1191
01:03:35,469 –> 01:03:37,236
Remember me?

1192
01:03:37,238 –> 01:03:39,405
You put me on your lap.

1193
01:03:39,407 –> 01:03:41,774
Put those cute words
in my mouth.

1194
01:03:41,776 –> 01:03:45,544
What was it you called me?
“Bobo” Ha-ha-ha.

1195
01:03:45,546 –> 01:03:47,579
Can’t talk?

1196
01:03:47,581 –> 01:03:49,515
Don’t you worry.

1197
01:03:49,517 –> 01:03:53,452
From now on, I’ll do
the talking for both of us.

1198
01:03:53,454 –> 01:03:55,622
(SLAPPY & WALTER CACKLE)

1199
01:03:55,624 –> 01:03:58,926
I’m gonna make you
so proud, Mama.

1200
01:04:00,762 –> 01:04:03,563
Onarrak unolom

1201
01:04:03,565 –> 01:04:05,365
amol

1202
01:04:05,367 –> 01:04:07,367
annodo irram

1203
01:04:07,369 –> 01:04:09,001
urrak.

1204
01:04:09,003 –> 01:04:11,104
(KATHY WHIMPERING)

1205
01:04:11,106 –> 01:04:13,072
(LAUGHING)
– It’s working.

1206
01:04:13,074 –> 01:04:14,543
Yes.

1207
01:04:17,112 –> 01:04:19,780
(CACKLES)

1208
01:04:19,782 –> 01:04:21,114
(IMITATES EXPLOSION)

1209
01:04:21,116 –> 01:04:24,050
My mind is literally
blown right now.

1210
01:04:24,052 –> 01:04:27,253
I mean, we get to finish
our Goosebumps story!

1211
01:04:27,255 –> 01:04:29,623
This isn’t a creative-writing
exercise, Mr. Chu.

1212
01:04:29,625 –> 01:04:31,425
Slappy has our mom!

1213
01:04:31,427 –> 01:04:34,462
Yeah, and then you get to
save your mom. It’s Chapter 22:

1214
01:04:34,464 –> 01:04:37,531
“The kids save their mom
from the demonic dummy.”

1215
01:04:37,533 –> 01:04:39,834
Well, the only thing
I had to save my mom

1216
01:04:39,836 –> 01:04:42,636
was that book,
and I lost it. So…

1217
01:04:42,638 –> 01:04:45,172
Sarah. This is not
your fault.

1218
01:04:45,174 –> 01:04:46,974
If anything, it’s my fault.

1219
01:04:46,976 –> 01:04:49,845
I’m the one who found the book
and brought Slappy to life.

1220
01:04:49,847 –> 01:04:51,580
And I even told Slappy
about Tesla.

1221
01:04:51,582 –> 01:04:53,515
Mom trusted me to
take care of you guys,

1222
01:04:53,517 –> 01:04:55,484
and I told her
I would save her.

1223
01:04:55,486 –> 01:04:57,286
I failed.

1224
01:04:58,822 –> 01:05:00,689
I know I always say that
I can’t wait

1225
01:05:00,691 –> 01:05:03,492
to go to college
and get started on my real life,

1226
01:05:03,494 –> 01:05:05,796
but you guys are my life.

1227
01:05:07,998 –> 01:05:10,232
This is a classic
Goosebumps moment.

1228
01:05:10,234 –> 01:05:12,067
Do you remember
Say Cheese and Die…?

1229
01:05:12,069 –> 01:05:14,069
– This is real life, Chu!
– Okay.

1230
01:05:14,071 –> 01:05:17,773
Guys, Slappy is using the Tesla
Tower to power Halloween.

1231
01:05:17,775 –> 01:05:19,441
If I can get in there,
maybe I can

1232
01:05:19,443 –> 01:05:21,076
shut it off,
and we can save Mom.

1233
01:05:21,078 –> 01:05:22,745
But there’s
monsters everywhere.

1234
01:05:22,747 –> 01:05:24,279
How are we gonna
get past them?

1235
01:05:24,281 –> 01:05:25,781
Easy.

1236
01:05:25,783 –> 01:05:27,249
Camouflage.

1237
01:05:27,251 –> 01:05:28,686
(♪♪♪)

1238
01:05:30,153 –> 01:05:31,990
Welcome to my crafts lab.

1239
01:05:33,258 –> 01:05:35,124
Wow.

1240
01:05:35,126 –> 01:05:39,262
Steady on my grind and got no
Time for playing games

1241
01:05:39,264 –> 01:05:43,065
Money on my mind, I’m kicking
As I’m taking names

1242
01:05:43,067 –> 01:05:45,301
The heat is on
Get out the kitchen

1243
01:05:45,303 –> 01:05:47,169
If you can’t handle
The flames

1244
01:05:47,171 –> 01:05:49,405
I’m hustling
I was born to win

1245
01:05:49,407 –> 01:05:51,307
Ain’t never gonna change

1246
01:05:51,309 –> 01:05:55,579
Let me tell you now
I don’t know how

1247
01:05:55,581 –> 01:05:59,983
But the whole world’s
Gonna know my name

1248
01:05:59,985 –> 01:06:03,654
Just wait and see
They gon’ talk about me

1249
01:06:03,656 –> 01:06:06,757
Things ain’t never
Gon’ be the same

1250
01:06:06,759 –> 01:06:08,492
Are you ready

1251
01:06:08,494 –> 01:06:10,762
Are you ready

1252
01:06:10,764 –> 01:06:14,799
Better make way
‘Cause I’m coming through

1253
01:06:14,801 –> 01:06:16,668
Are you ready for me

1254
01:06:16,670 –> 01:06:19,136
Are you ready for me

1255
01:06:19,138 –> 01:06:23,541
You know I’m gonna be
Legendary

1256
01:06:23,543 –> 01:06:25,543
(ALL SNARLING)

1257
01:06:25,545 –> 01:06:27,179
Jeez,
they’re still everywhere.

1258
01:06:29,583 –> 01:06:31,384
It’s actually working.

1259
01:06:32,852 –> 01:06:34,852
Come on. We gotta
get to that tower.

1260
01:06:34,854 –> 01:06:36,756
(♪♪♪)

1261
01:06:40,427 –> 01:06:42,427
SONNY: I can’t believe
we’re really here.

1262
01:06:42,429 –> 01:06:44,128
I can barely see
out of this thing.

1263
01:06:44,130 –> 01:06:45,864
Is it cool?
Is it awesome?

1264
01:06:45,866 –> 01:06:48,366
(WHISPERING)
Hey, fanboy. Let’s focus.

1265
01:06:48,368 –> 01:06:49,670
Right. Sorry.

1266
01:06:51,706 –> 01:06:53,674
Let’s go.

1267
01:07:02,450 –> 01:07:03,984
(SNARLING)

1268
01:07:03,986 –> 01:07:05,284
(ALL GASP)

1269
01:07:05,286 –> 01:07:06,787
(GRUNTS)

1270
01:07:11,960 –> 01:07:14,596
SARAH: (SOFTLY)
Don’t. Move.

1271
01:07:18,033 –> 01:07:19,935
(GRUNTS)

1272
01:07:23,204 –> 01:07:24,906
Come on, let’s go.
Come on!

1273
01:07:36,986 –> 01:07:38,418
Look at this place.

1274
01:07:38,420 –> 01:07:40,620
SARAH: It’s so creepy.

1275
01:07:40,622 –> 01:07:42,190
Stay close.

1276
01:07:43,760 –> 01:07:45,662
(CHITTERING)

1277
01:07:49,432 –> 01:07:51,766
SAM: No wonder Tesla
abandoned this place.

1278
01:07:51,768 –> 01:07:58,439
Shh, shh, shh.
Do you hear that?

1279
01:07:58,441 –> 01:07:59,975
(SHRIEKING)

1280
01:07:59,977 –> 01:08:01,244
(YELLING)

1281
01:08:07,885 –> 01:08:09,318
Come on.

1282
01:08:13,891 –> 01:08:15,891
(MONSTER GROANS)

1283
01:08:15,893 –> 01:08:18,192
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1284
01:08:18,194 –> 01:08:19,863
(♪♪♪)

1285
01:08:30,175 –> 01:08:32,077
(GIRL SCREAMING)

1286
01:08:35,046 –> 01:08:36,344
STINE: Oh, no.

1287
01:08:36,346 –> 01:08:40,116
Not Haunted Halloween.

1288
01:08:40,118 –> 01:08:41,686
(DEATH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1289
01:08:42,954 –> 01:08:44,821
(GIRLS SCREAMING)

1290
01:08:44,823 –> 01:08:47,792
Oh, my writing was
so cliché back then.

1291
01:08:51,730 –> 01:08:55,565
I knew it! I knew I came up
with that first.

1292
01:08:55,567 –> 01:08:57,867
(SIREN WAILS)

1293
01:08:57,869 –> 01:09:01,370
That clever little dummy’s
writing his own ending.

1294
01:09:01,372 –> 01:09:03,239
Not in my book,
he’s not.

1295
01:09:03,241 –> 01:09:05,508
(BOTH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1296
01:09:05,510 –> 01:09:07,213
Oh, gnomes.

1297
01:09:08,714 –> 01:09:10,180
Don’t you dare.

1298
01:09:10,182 –> 01:09:11,414
Stay.

1299
01:09:11,416 –> 01:09:13,919
Ow! Son of a… Ah!

1300
01:09:15,286 –> 01:09:17,187
(WITCHES SHRIEKING)

1301
01:09:17,189 –> 01:09:19,456
Oh, witches!

1302
01:09:19,458 –> 01:09:21,859
Get away, witches!

1303
01:09:21,861 –> 01:09:24,764
(ENGINE REVS)

1304
01:09:26,432 –> 01:09:29,602
SAM: Guys, do you hear that?
– Shh!

1305
01:09:33,106 –> 01:09:34,371
Wow.

1306
01:09:34,373 –> 01:09:36,943
SARAH: Whoa.

1307
01:09:37,778 –> 01:09:40,512
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

1308
01:09:40,514 –> 01:09:42,247
Welcome.

1309
01:09:42,249 –> 01:09:44,384
Slappy.

1310
01:09:46,052 –> 01:09:47,287
(GRUNTING)

1311
01:09:49,422 –> 01:09:51,322
– Walter?
(GRUNTS)

1312
01:09:51,324 –> 01:09:53,025
Where’s my mother?

1313
01:09:53,027 –> 01:09:56,130
Don’t you mean our mother?

1314
01:10:00,835 –> 01:10:03,769
(IN RASPY VOICE)
There’s my sweet little babies.

1315
01:10:03,771 –> 01:10:07,072
I just love a family reunion.

1316
01:10:07,074 –> 01:10:10,308
– Mom.
– What did you do?

1317
01:10:10,310 –> 01:10:12,411
(ALL GASP)

1318
01:10:12,413 –> 01:10:14,413
SLAPPY: I had a papa once!

1319
01:10:14,415 –> 01:10:16,348
He let me down.

1320
01:10:16,350 –> 01:10:19,252
But a mother’s love
is forever.

1321
01:10:19,254 –> 01:10:21,054
Turn her back now,
you psycho!

1322
01:10:21,056 –> 01:10:22,788
Oh, should I?

1323
01:10:22,790 –> 01:10:27,393
Unfortunately,
I have other plans.

1324
01:10:27,395 –> 01:10:29,428
Walter!
The book, please.

1325
01:10:29,430 –> 01:10:30,598
Yes.

1326
01:10:32,600 –> 01:10:34,134
This book.

1327
01:10:34,136 –> 01:10:36,102
Go prepare the tower!

1328
01:10:36,104 –> 01:10:38,138
(GROWLS)

1329
01:10:38,140 –> 01:10:40,440
I’m going to do what
Stine couldn’t:

1330
01:10:40,442 –> 01:10:43,743
Finish this book,
once and for all.

1331
01:10:43,745 –> 01:10:45,647
(BOTH CACKLING)

1332
01:10:49,451 –> 01:10:52,220
(CHUCKLES)
Spoiler alert:

1333
01:10:52,222 –> 01:10:54,989
The manuscript gets destroyed
in that tower,

1334
01:10:54,991 –> 01:10:58,491
and my Halloween family
lasts forever!

1335
01:10:58,493 –> 01:11:01,696
Mama,
babysit the children for me.

1336
01:11:01,698 –> 01:11:03,496
Yes, dear.

1337
01:11:03,498 –> 01:11:05,666
We can’t let him
destroy that book.

1338
01:11:05,668 –> 01:11:09,439
Sonny, turn this thing off.
I’m going after Slappy.

1339
01:11:12,041 –> 01:11:14,141
Just you and me now,
Slappy.

1340
01:11:14,143 –> 01:11:19,181
Can’t hear you. I’m too far
ahead of you. Hee-hee-hee!

1341
01:11:19,183 –> 01:11:22,050
SONNY: This is amperage
and this is voltage?

1342
01:11:22,052 –> 01:11:23,886
None of these cables
make any sense.

1343
01:11:23,888 –> 01:11:25,787
What about here?
Start pulling levers.

1344
01:11:25,789 –> 01:11:28,156
– No, no, Sam, don’t!
– Ah!

1345
01:11:28,158 –> 01:11:30,526
Slappy booby-trapped
all this stuff.

1346
01:11:39,803 –> 01:11:41,570
(GASPS)

1347
01:11:41,572 –> 01:11:45,409
Careful, Sarah. It’d be a shame
to fall from that height.

1348
01:11:46,510 –> 01:11:48,311
(WITCH SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

1349
01:11:48,313 –> 01:11:49,713
(YELLS)

1350
01:11:53,318 –> 01:11:55,417
Plenty more
where that came from.

1351
01:11:55,419 –> 01:11:57,419
(CACKLES)

1352
01:11:57,421 –> 01:11:59,758
Come on, Sonny,
turn this thing off.

1353
01:12:01,593 –> 01:12:04,093
Oh, no. Sonny hurry up.

1354
01:12:04,095 –> 01:12:05,828
Slappy’s at the top.
Do something.

1355
01:12:05,830 –> 01:12:07,230
I can’t do it, Sam.

1356
01:12:07,232 –> 01:12:09,732
Come on, Sonny.
You are the smartest kid I know.

1357
01:12:09,734 –> 01:12:12,269
Sam, I couldn’t even do
my little science project.

1358
01:12:12,271 –> 01:12:13,536
Slappy did that.

1359
01:12:13,538 –> 01:12:14,973
And even that one shorted out.

1360
01:12:18,044 –> 01:12:20,443
Wait. That’s it.

1361
01:12:20,445 –> 01:12:24,248
We turn it up. All the way up.
We blow the fuse.

1362
01:12:24,250 –> 01:12:26,016
– Yes!
– The fuse is over there.

1363
01:12:26,018 –> 01:12:27,920
(♪♪♪)

1364
01:12:31,357 –> 01:12:36,527
And now to finish this story
and destroy the town.

1365
01:12:36,529 –> 01:12:37,964
(GRUNTS)

1366
01:12:39,098 –> 01:12:40,267
No!

1367
01:12:42,102 –> 01:12:44,568
What do you think
you’re doing?

1368
01:12:44,570 –> 01:12:46,237
Writing my own ending.

1369
01:12:46,239 –> 01:12:47,738
Spoiler alert:
I save the town

1370
01:12:47,740 –> 01:12:49,309
and put you back
where you belong.

1371
01:12:52,112 –> 01:12:53,912
(GRUNTING)

1372
01:12:53,914 –> 01:12:55,612
SLAPPY: What’s the matter?

1373
01:12:55,614 –> 01:12:57,749
Writer’s block?

1374
01:12:57,751 –> 01:12:59,184
Again?

1375
01:12:59,186 –> 01:13:00,819
– Grab that lever. Yes.
– This one?

1376
01:13:00,821 –> 01:13:03,154
On my count,
we push up at the same time.

1377
01:13:03,156 –> 01:13:04,825
Ready Go!

1378
01:13:07,094 –> 01:13:08,229
(ALARM SOUNDING)

1379
01:13:16,337 –> 01:13:17,769
Give me the book.

1380
01:13:17,771 –> 01:13:19,040
(GRUNTING)

1381
01:13:20,975 –> 01:13:23,275
You’re not gonna
get this book, Slappy.

1382
01:13:23,277 –> 01:13:26,312
I have a friend
who might think otherwise.

1383
01:13:26,314 –> 01:13:27,982
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1384
01:13:29,283 –> 01:13:30,983
(SARAH YELLS)

1385
01:13:30,985 –> 01:13:32,887
(BALLOONS POPPING)

1386
01:13:36,425 –> 01:13:38,960
Nowhere else to run, sis!

1387
01:13:43,198 –> 01:13:46,732
Fine. You win, Slappy.

1388
01:13:46,734 –> 01:13:49,602
I’ll give you the book,
but you gotta turn my mom back.

1389
01:13:49,604 –> 01:13:51,140
Deal.

1390
01:13:56,445 –> 01:13:59,746
It all ends
Slappily ever after.

1391
01:13:59,748 –> 01:14:01,314
(CACKLES)

1392
01:14:01,316 –> 01:14:04,017
You forgot one thing:

1393
01:14:04,019 –> 01:14:05,919
Never judge a book
by its cover.

1394
01:14:05,921 –> 01:14:07,723
What?

1395
01:14:09,024 –> 01:14:10,324
No!

1396
01:14:10,326 –> 01:14:12,228
(BOTH YELL)

1397
01:14:17,934 –> 01:14:19,736
(GROANING)

1398
01:14:23,773 –> 01:14:25,942
(ALL GRUNTING)

1399
01:14:31,214 –> 01:14:33,415
(NORMALLY)
Sonny, what’s happening?

1400
01:14:33,417 –> 01:14:34,584
Mom.

1401
01:14:35,919 –> 01:14:37,854
We need to get out of here!

1402
01:14:39,756 –> 01:14:42,026
(SCREAMING)

1403
01:14:48,365 –> 01:14:50,267
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1404
01:15:14,758 –> 01:15:16,660
(YELLING)

1405
01:15:23,168 –> 01:15:24,537
(GROANING)

1406
01:15:28,574 –> 01:15:30,476
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1407
01:15:34,980 –> 01:15:36,580
(YELLS)

1408
01:15:36,582 –> 01:15:38,715
It’s working!

1409
01:15:38,717 –> 01:15:39,919
Go, kids!

1410
01:15:41,786 –> 01:15:43,122
(BRAKES SQUEAL)

1411
01:15:57,069 –> 01:15:58,470
(WOLF HOWLS)

1412
01:15:58,472 –> 01:16:00,039
(GROANING)

1413
01:16:08,515 –> 01:16:10,417
(PANTING)

1414
01:16:21,361 –> 01:16:22,696
Hello?

1415
01:16:23,997 –> 01:16:25,730
Someone called for me?

1416
01:16:25,732 –> 01:16:29,402
KATHY: Sarah Oh! Oh…
– Mom!

1417
01:16:29,404 –> 01:16:31,137
STINE: Hello?

1418
01:16:31,139 –> 01:16:33,472
I got your message.
I’m here.

1419
01:16:33,474 –> 01:16:35,675
Don’t worry.
Everything’s going to be okay.

1420
01:16:35,677 –> 01:16:38,010
I need typing paper,
a thesaurus,

1421
01:16:38,012 –> 01:16:40,112
Diet Coke,
and a quiet place to compose.

1422
01:16:40,114 –> 01:16:43,883
Preferably in a comfortable
chair with lumbar support.

1423
01:16:43,885 –> 01:16:46,687
Are you R.L. Stine?

1424
01:16:46,689 –> 01:16:49,623
Me No, I’m Dr. Seuss.
R.L. Stine was unavailable.

1425
01:16:49,625 –> 01:16:51,059
Yes, of course,
I’m R.L. Stine!

1426
01:16:52,827 –> 01:16:55,698
Then I guess this
belongs to you.

1427
01:16:56,632 –> 01:16:58,332
Don’t open it.

1428
01:16:58,334 –> 01:17:00,334
(GASPS)

1429
01:17:00,336 –> 01:17:02,735
My first book.

1430
01:17:02,737 –> 01:17:04,504
(SCOFFS)

1431
01:17:04,506 –> 01:17:08,175
You realize I wrote this
when I was around your age.

1432
01:17:08,177 –> 01:17:12,012
More of an amateur work, really,
but I am sure you’ll all agree

1433
01:17:12,014 –> 01:17:15,217
it shows the undeniable promise
of a brilliant young writer.

1434
01:17:16,352 –> 01:17:17,884
Why do you have
a typewriter?

1435
01:17:17,886 –> 01:17:20,254
I was going to
save you with it,

1436
01:17:20,256 –> 01:17:22,956
although it appears you found
a way to save yourselves.

1437
01:17:22,958 –> 01:17:25,693
– A typewriter?
– It’s been done before.

1438
01:17:25,695 –> 01:17:27,295
Once before.

1439
01:17:27,297 –> 01:17:29,230
Maybe twice.

1440
01:17:29,232 –> 01:17:30,964
Maybe more.

1441
01:17:30,966 –> 01:17:32,899
WALTER: Kathy?

1442
01:17:32,901 –> 01:17:35,203
Walter, manager
at Fred’s Pharmacy.

1443
01:17:35,205 –> 01:17:36,437
It’s nice to see you.

1444
01:17:36,439 –> 01:17:38,573
Hi. It’s nice to
see you too.

1445
01:17:38,575 –> 01:17:40,141
What are you doing here?

1446
01:17:40,143 –> 01:17:41,576
I don’t know.

1447
01:17:41,578 –> 01:17:43,945
Walter! Walter!
You got turned into a monster.

1448
01:17:43,947 –> 01:17:46,615
You were big, green, ugly.
You were Slappy’s henchman!

1449
01:17:46,617 –> 01:17:48,983
Weather patterns.
Very strange weather patterns.

1450
01:17:48,985 –> 01:17:51,152
But I think everything’s
back to normal now.

1451
01:17:51,154 –> 01:17:54,155
Fine. Okay, yeah,
the weather has been weird.

1452
01:17:54,157 –> 01:17:55,724
It’s true. Okay, thanks.

1453
01:17:55,726 –> 01:17:57,559
KATHY: What happened to your shirt?

1454
01:17:57,561 –> 01:17:59,094
WALTER: I don’t know.

1455
01:17:59,096 –> 01:18:01,063
(IN PIG LATIN)
Ixnay on the onsters-may.

1456
01:18:01,065 –> 01:18:03,065
– Go ahead, ollow-fay.
SONNY: What?

1457
01:18:03,067 –> 01:18:05,267
(IN ENGLISH)
Means “follow.” Pig Latin.

1458
01:18:05,269 –> 01:18:08,304
Oh, the youth today.

1459
01:18:08,306 –> 01:18:10,439
WALTER: So funny running into you.

1460
01:18:10,441 –> 01:18:14,276
Right I always hoped we’d run
into each other outside of work.

1461
01:18:14,278 –> 01:18:15,545
WALTER: Yeah, me too.

1462
01:18:15,547 –> 01:18:18,080
Hey, if you’re not
busy next week,

1463
01:18:18,082 –> 01:18:20,049
would you wanna
have some dinner?

1464
01:18:20,051 –> 01:18:22,719
– Yeah. Yeah, heh, heh.
– Yeah That’s awesome.

1465
01:18:22,721 –> 01:18:25,255
So they don’t remember
what happened to them?

1466
01:18:25,257 –> 01:18:26,623
The transmutation process

1467
01:18:26,625 –> 01:18:28,625
seems to have wiped
their memories clean.

1468
01:18:28,627 –> 01:18:31,127
All those who were affected
won’t remember a thing.

1469
01:18:31,129 –> 01:18:32,998
(TOMMY SCREAMS)

1470
01:18:38,437 –> 01:18:39,871
Tommy?

1471
01:18:41,574 –> 01:18:44,608
SAM: Are you okay?
– Oh, my God. Guys.

1472
01:18:44,610 –> 01:18:46,610
I had this crazy dream.

1473
01:18:46,612 –> 01:18:49,313
I’m so glad to see you.

1474
01:18:49,315 –> 01:18:51,782
You know, can’t believe
I’m saying this,

1475
01:18:51,784 –> 01:18:53,850
but I’m glad
to see you too, Tommy.

1476
01:18:53,852 –> 01:18:56,354
Kids falling
from the sky.

1477
01:18:56,356 –> 01:18:58,624
My work here is done.

1478
01:19:01,694 –> 01:19:03,361
I’m a writer too.

1479
01:19:03,363 –> 01:19:07,865
Well, an aspiring,
very stuck writer at the moment.

1480
01:19:07,867 –> 01:19:09,533
My condolences.

1481
01:19:09,535 –> 01:19:11,969
All the horrors
in the world can’t compare

1482
01:19:11,971 –> 01:19:14,508
to the terrors
of the blank page.

1483
01:19:17,143 –> 01:19:20,512
Um, any advice
on college essays?

1484
01:19:20,514 –> 01:19:23,582
Well, first rule of writing:
write what you know.

1485
01:19:23,584 –> 01:19:25,317
Thirty years,
and I couldn’t figure out

1486
01:19:25,319 –> 01:19:26,585
how this book should end.

1487
01:19:26,587 –> 01:19:27,986
And somehow you figured out

1488
01:19:27,988 –> 01:19:29,356
how to finish it
in one night.

1489
01:19:30,758 –> 01:19:32,557
I believe in you.

1490
01:19:32,559 –> 01:19:35,227
(ENGINE STARTS)

1491
01:19:35,229 –> 01:19:37,131
(♪♪♪)

1492
01:19:39,500 –> 01:19:42,236
Hm. “Write what you know.”

1493
01:19:43,705 –> 01:19:45,671
SARAH: Recount a time in your life

1494
01:19:45,673 –> 01:19:48,608
when you faced a fear,
challenge or failure.

1495
01:19:48,610 –> 01:19:51,009
I think most of us
are afraid

1496
01:19:51,011 –> 01:19:53,212
that we don’t have
a story to tell.

1497
01:19:53,214 –> 01:19:56,182
That there’s nothing
special about us.

1498
01:19:56,184 –> 01:19:59,051
And then a moment comes
when you least expect it

1499
01:19:59,053 –> 01:20:00,854
where you have to step up,

1500
01:20:00,856 –> 01:20:03,022
no matter
how terrified you are.

1501
01:20:03,024 –> 01:20:04,424
But what
I’ve learned is that

1502
01:20:04,426 –> 01:20:06,058
it’s good to be scared
sometimes.

1503
01:20:06,060 –> 01:20:08,428
Scared of losing
the people we love.

1504
01:20:08,430 –> 01:20:11,130
– Stop, stop!
– It’s a ventriloquist dummy.

1505
01:20:11,132 –> 01:20:13,032
– Oh.
– Really?

1506
01:20:13,034 –> 01:20:14,601
– That’s not funny, Mom.
– Too soon.

1507
01:20:14,603 –> 01:20:16,202
No, I like it.

1508
01:20:16,204 –> 01:20:18,205
Congratulations,
Sonny.

1509
01:20:18,207 –> 01:20:20,072
Thank you so much,
Principal Harrison.

1510
01:20:20,074 –> 01:20:22,609
SARAH: Or scared of not
achieving our dreams.

1511
01:20:22,611 –> 01:20:24,411
Because those moments
remind us

1512
01:20:24,413 –> 01:20:26,680
just how special
our stories really are.

1513
01:20:26,682 –> 01:20:28,317
– Here’s to us.
– Indeed.

1514
01:20:31,387 –> 01:20:34,388
– Hey, Sarah!
– Hi, Mr. Chu.

1515
01:20:34,390 –> 01:20:35,759
CHU: Watch this.

1516
01:20:36,693 –> 01:20:38,560
(MECHANICAL GRUNTS)

1517
01:20:38,562 –> 01:20:41,061
(CHUCKLES)
– I like it.

1518
01:20:41,063 –> 01:20:43,398
Yeah, I just made it
life-size this year.

1519
01:20:43,400 –> 01:20:45,733
You know, just in case.

1520
01:20:45,735 –> 01:20:47,702
No, seriously, you know,
just in case.

1521
01:20:47,704 –> 01:20:50,705
Right. I’ll see you later,
Mr. Chu.

1522
01:20:50,707 –> 01:20:52,207
Bye!

1523
01:20:52,209 –> 01:20:54,075
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

1524
01:20:54,077 –> 01:20:57,579
SARAH: And maybe when you
face enough of your fears

1525
01:20:57,581 –> 01:21:00,515
life stops being
so scary after all.

1526
01:21:00,517 –> 01:21:04,753
Now’s the day
To make our dreams alive

1527
01:21:04,755 –> 01:21:07,723
Hey, honey.

1528
01:21:07,725 –> 01:21:09,527
What happened?

1529
01:21:11,094 –> 01:21:12,394
I got in.

1530
01:21:12,396 –> 01:21:14,630
I knew it.
I knew you could do it.

1531
01:21:14,632 –> 01:21:16,499
Oh, I’m so proud
of you!

1532
01:21:16,501 –> 01:21:18,634
(LAUGHS)

1533
01:21:18,636 –> 01:21:20,636
I guess I’m proud.

1534
01:21:20,638 –> 01:21:24,507
– Thanks, Sonny.
– Come on, bring it in.

1535
01:21:24,509 –> 01:21:26,442
Congratulations.

1536
01:21:26,444 –> 01:21:28,945
(CHUCKLES)
Here, take off your jacket.

1537
01:21:28,947 –> 01:21:31,447
Guys, give her some
ornaments, please.

1538
01:21:31,449 –> 01:21:32,682
Oh, yeah,
yeah, yeah.

1539
01:21:32,684 –> 01:21:34,985
– I’m so happy!
– Ha-ha-ha!

1540
01:21:34,987 –> 01:21:37,321
– Here, put that right there.
– Yeah, I like that one.

1541
01:21:38,356 –> 01:21:39,525
(KEYS CLACKING)

1542
01:21:44,630 –> 01:21:46,899
Finally, a new book.

1543
01:21:50,302 –> 01:21:51,905
Yes.

1544
01:22:00,412 –> 01:22:01,812
(SIGHS)

1545
01:22:01,814 –> 01:22:04,314
SLAPPY: Hello, Papa.

1546
01:22:04,316 –> 01:22:06,918
Slappy! I thought
the book got you.

1547
01:22:06,920 –> 01:22:09,219
Maybe those others,
but not me.

1548
01:22:09,221 –> 01:22:11,022
Why is that?

1549
01:22:11,024 –> 01:22:13,089
You know
I always survive.

1550
01:22:13,091 –> 01:22:15,026
You wrote me that way.

1551
01:22:15,028 –> 01:22:19,664
In fact, I wrote my own story
while I was gone.

1552
01:22:19,666 –> 01:22:21,666
And guess what.

1553
01:22:21,668 –> 01:22:24,070
You’re the main character.

1554
01:22:25,138 –> 01:22:27,171
No.

1555
01:22:27,173 –> 01:22:30,376
No!

1556
01:22:31,845 –> 01:22:35,047
You try living in a book
for a while, Papa.

1557
01:22:35,049 –> 01:22:37,482
(CACKLES)

1558
01:22:37,484 –> 01:22:40,387
(♪♪♪)

1559
01:22:41,522 –> 01:22:43,424
(MONSTERS SHRIEKING)

1560
01:22:54,035 –> 01:22:56,203
(ROARS)

1561
01:23:06,615 –> 01:23:08,049
(SHRIEKS)

1562
01:23:09,351 –> 01:23:11,252
(BEARS CACKLING)

1563
01:23:12,687 –> 01:23:14,756
(CACKLES)

1564
01:23:15,757 –> 01:23:17,893
(CHITTERING)

1565
01:23:22,564 –> 01:23:25,231
(GIBBERS)

1566
01:23:25,233 –> 01:23:26,566
HORSEMAN: Hyah!

1567
01:23:26,568 –> 01:23:28,136
(NEIGHS)

1568
01:23:29,304 –> 01:23:30,771
(CHITTERS)

1569
01:23:30,773 –> 01:23:32,271
(GIBBERS)

1570
01:23:32,273 –> 01:23:33,807
HAND: Hands off!

1571
01:23:33,809 –> 01:23:35,845
Hiya! Look at my candle.

1572
01:23:37,145 –> 01:23:39,048
(LAUGHING)

1573
01:23:44,286 –> 01:23:47,024
(SHRIEKING)

1574
01:23:49,325 –> 01:23:51,227
(ROARING)

1575
01:23:52,595 –> 01:23:54,330
(HOWLS)

1576
01:24:05,809 –> 01:24:07,711
(♪♪♪)

1577
01:25:36,703 –> 01:25:38,605
(♪♪♪)

1578
01:28:04,123 –> 01:28:06,058
(♪♪♪)

1579
01:29:41,623 –> 01:29:43,857
SLAPPY: Slappy Halloween.

1580
01:29:43,859 –> 01:29:45,361
(CACKLES)

1581
01:29:45,363 –> 01:29:46,734
Subtitles by explosiveskull
‎‭♥‏‏ Colored by novabros‏‏‏‎

1
00:00:47,769 –> 00:00:50,672
(♪♪♪)

2
00:01:18,577 –> 00:01:23,577
Subtitles by explosiveskull
‎‭♥‏‏ Colored by novabros‏‏‏‎

3
00:02:01,713 –> 00:02:03,646
SARAH: Fear.

4
00:02:03,648 –> 00:02:08,018
Fear is something
that everyone experiences.

5
00:02:08,020 –> 00:02:12,322
Fear is a feeling
that we all know.

6
00:02:12,324 –> 00:02:15,795
For me, a fear
that shaped my life was…

7
00:02:17,897 –> 00:02:19,630
(SIGHS)

8
00:02:19,632 –> 00:02:21,464
God, that sucks.

9
00:02:21,466 –> 00:02:23,335
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

10
00:02:27,940 –> 00:02:29,440
(SIGHS)

11
00:02:29,442 –> 00:02:31,475
“Recount a time
when you faced a fear,

12
00:02:31,477 –> 00:02:33,077
challenge or failure.

13
00:02:33,079 –> 00:02:35,982
How did it define you,
or how did you overcome it?”

14
00:02:40,786 –> 00:02:42,722
(♪♪♪)

15
00:02:46,192 –> 00:02:47,426
(RATTLING)

16
00:02:51,430 –> 00:02:53,165
Hello?

17
00:02:54,735 –> 00:02:56,470
Hello?

18
00:03:03,276 –> 00:03:05,477
(ROARS)
(YELPS)

19
00:03:05,479 –> 00:03:07,746
(LAUGHING)

20
00:03:07,748 –> 00:03:09,447
Tyler What are you doing?

21
00:03:09,449 –> 00:03:11,549
Are you crazy?
My mom is gonna hear you.

22
00:03:11,551 –> 00:03:13,119
You see this mask?

23
00:03:13,121 –> 00:03:14,419
Got it on sale.

24
00:03:14,421 –> 00:03:15,655
Very scary.

25
00:03:15,657 –> 00:03:17,288
Sorry.
I was in the neighborhood.

26
00:03:17,290 –> 00:03:19,992
– I texted you like 10 times.
– I told you my phone’s off.

27
00:03:19,994 –> 00:03:22,528
If I miss this deadline,
I don’t get into Columbia.

28
00:03:22,530 –> 00:03:24,864
You’ll be here with me
the next four years.

29
00:03:24,866 –> 00:03:28,934
Consider me your safety school.
Close by, good parties…

30
00:03:28,936 –> 00:03:32,638
Oh, really. Do you also offer
a creative-writing program?

31
00:03:32,640 –> 00:03:36,109
Oh, I’m super creative.
Look, I got you a care package.

32
00:03:36,111 –> 00:03:40,279
– Pringles. And a little bit of Red Bull.
– Heh.

33
00:03:40,281 –> 00:03:42,151
– Thank you.
– You’re welcome.

34
00:03:43,919 –> 00:03:45,152
(DOOR OPENS)

35
00:03:45,154 –> 00:03:46,722
You are so busted.

36
00:03:47,790 –> 00:03:49,923
– So, so busted.
– I’ve got it.

37
00:03:49,925 –> 00:03:51,992
Mom,
this is not what it looks like.

38
00:03:51,994 –> 00:03:54,861
KATHY: No, I know what it is.
I heard the entire thing.

39
00:03:54,863 –> 00:03:56,797
Do people
not whisper anymore?

40
00:03:56,799 –> 00:03:59,633
“Hey, I brought Pringles
and Red Bull.”

41
00:03:59,635 –> 00:04:02,335
“You better be quiet
’cause my mom will hear us.”

42
00:04:02,337 –> 00:04:03,570
(KATHY STAMPS FEET)

43
00:04:03,572 –> 00:04:05,305
Tyler, go home.

44
00:04:05,307 –> 00:04:07,942
Okay.
Uh, just to clarify,

45
00:04:07,944 –> 00:04:10,343
do you mean back out the window
or out the front?

46
00:04:10,345 –> 00:04:11,813
Okay, I’ll use the window.

47
00:04:11,815 –> 00:04:13,681
Sorry, Sarah,
I’ll see you tomorrow.

48
00:04:13,683 –> 00:04:15,417
Ooh! I’m good.

49
00:04:16,485 –> 00:04:18,786
Ah! Still good!

50
00:04:18,788 –> 00:04:21,122
– Go to bed.
– Mom, I can explain.

51
00:04:21,124 –> 00:04:23,491
We’ll discuss this
in the morning.

52
00:04:23,493 –> 00:04:26,094
– Sam is gonna love this.
– You go to bed too.

53
00:04:26,096 –> 00:04:27,929
– What’d I do?
– I don’t need a wingman.

54
00:04:27,931 –> 00:04:30,498
– Okay. Going to bed.
– Hmph.

55
00:04:30,500 –> 00:04:32,400
(DOOR CLOSES)

56
00:04:32,402 –> 00:04:34,304
(♪♪♪)

57
00:04:38,408 –> 00:04:39,844
Ow.

58
00:04:42,046 –> 00:04:44,012
You need to stop
electrocuting yourself

59
00:04:44,014 –> 00:04:46,515
– and eat your breakfast.
– Mom, this is due tomorrow,

60
00:04:46,517 –> 00:04:48,417
and it’s worth 50 percent
of my grade.

61
00:04:48,419 –> 00:04:51,053
How about you eat 50 percent
of your eggs?

62
00:04:51,055 –> 00:04:52,688
(POWER WHINES)

63
00:04:52,690 –> 00:04:54,056
Sonny, seriously?

64
00:04:54,058 –> 00:04:55,958
Sorry. I’m getting close.

65
00:04:55,960 –> 00:04:57,259
(DOORBELL RINGING)

66
00:04:57,261 –> 00:04:59,595
Coming.

67
00:04:59,597 –> 00:05:02,031
Coming!

68
00:05:02,033 –> 00:05:03,532
Morning, Ms. Quinn.

69
00:05:03,534 –> 00:05:05,367
– Good morning, Sam.
– How you doing?

70
00:05:05,369 –> 00:05:07,804
MAN: Kathy! Thank
you for taking Sam.

71
00:05:07,806 –> 00:05:10,073
We’ll be back in three days.
We owe you.

72
00:05:10,075 –> 00:05:11,340
You definitely do.

73
00:05:11,342 –> 00:05:13,375
(HORN HONKS)
(CHUCKLING)

74
00:05:13,377 –> 00:05:15,178
Sonny!
Grab your backpack.

75
00:05:15,180 –> 00:05:17,247
Sarah, let’s go!
I’ve got an errand to run

76
00:05:17,249 –> 00:05:19,117
– on the way to school.
SARAH: Coming!

77
00:05:20,685 –> 00:05:22,719
My condolences on your bust
last night.

78
00:05:22,721 –> 00:05:24,921
Good thing I’m here,
in case any other dudes

79
00:05:24,923 –> 00:05:26,556
try to climb
through your window.

80
00:05:26,558 –> 00:05:28,324
Sonny. I’m gonna kill you.

81
00:05:28,326 –> 00:05:30,961
Kill him in the car.
Okay Go, go, go.

82
00:05:30,963 –> 00:05:34,265
Halloween with pumpkins
And mice

83
00:05:34,267 –> 00:05:37,600
Halloween, it’s so nice

84
00:05:37,602 –> 00:05:39,103
Halloween

85
00:05:39,105 –> 00:05:41,872
– Faster, faster.
With pumpkins and mice

86
00:05:41,874 –> 00:05:45,743
Hey, Kathy.
Hey, kids. Heh, heh.

87
00:05:45,745 –> 00:05:47,310
Mr. Chu.

88
00:05:47,312 –> 00:05:49,947
Wow, you practically got
a theme park here.

89
00:05:49,949 –> 00:05:51,649
Check this out.

90
00:05:51,651 –> 00:05:54,051
(WHIRRING)

91
00:05:54,053 –> 00:05:56,854
Oh, my… Oh! Whoa!

92
00:05:56,856 –> 00:06:00,357
(CHUCKLING)
It’s like being in the movies!

93
00:06:00,359 –> 00:06:03,094
I’m gonna have these puppies
up and running in no time.

94
00:06:03,096 –> 00:06:04,595
You know, for the kids.

95
00:06:04,597 –> 00:06:07,766
– Ha-ha-ha. Okay.
– All right. Bye.

96
00:06:07,768 –> 00:06:09,668
He doesn’t actually have kids,
does he?

97
00:06:09,670 –> 00:06:10,969
No, he does not.

98
00:06:10,971 –> 00:06:13,471
Ooh!

99
00:06:13,473 –> 00:06:15,407
(♪♪♪)

100
00:06:15,409 –> 00:06:18,011
All right, everybody,
let’s make this quick.

101
00:06:19,680 –> 00:06:22,480
You can each pick out a pumpkin
to carve if you want to,

102
00:06:22,482 –> 00:06:24,683
but meet me at
the register in five minutes,

103
00:06:24,685 –> 00:06:25,853
– all right?
– Okay.

104
00:06:26,687 –> 00:06:28,787
Alrighty.

105
00:06:28,789 –> 00:06:30,455
Right here Really?

106
00:06:30,457 –> 00:06:34,996
Yes, here. Everywhere.
It’s called marketing.

107
00:06:38,132 –> 00:06:39,632
Anything you wanna
say to me?

108
00:06:39,634 –> 00:06:43,536
Mom… Mom, I was
working all night. I swear.

109
00:06:43,538 –> 00:06:46,372
I swear,
Tyler just snuck over and…

110
00:06:46,374 –> 00:06:48,441
I’ve just been so stuck
on this essay…

111
00:06:48,443 –> 00:06:50,943
You’re a great writer.
You always have been.

112
00:06:50,945 –> 00:06:53,546
When you have to sum up
your whole life in one essay,

113
00:06:53,548 –> 00:06:55,715
it all just sounds so…

114
00:06:55,717 –> 00:06:57,284
unimpressive.

115
00:06:57,286 –> 00:07:01,722
Honey. I think you’re very
impressive and very capable.

116
00:07:01,724 –> 00:07:02,990
You do?

117
00:07:02,992 –> 00:07:04,324
Thank you.

118
00:07:04,326 –> 00:07:05,692
I do.

119
00:07:05,694 –> 00:07:07,928
Which is why I need you
to watch Sonny and Sam

120
00:07:07,930 –> 00:07:09,696
this week
while I’m working doubles.

121
00:07:09,698 –> 00:07:12,065
Mom! No!
My essay is due Friday.

122
00:07:12,067 –> 00:07:14,701
Sonny’s bigger than me.
He doesn’t need a babysitter.

123
00:07:14,703 –> 00:07:19,173
Ha, ha. Have you seen what he
blows up when he’s supervised?

124
00:07:19,175 –> 00:07:21,842
Hon, I know you’re focused
on getting out of here.

125
00:07:21,844 –> 00:07:23,877
But if I don’t cover
these shifts at work,

126
00:07:23,879 –> 00:07:25,146
I could lose my job.

127
00:07:25,148 –> 00:07:27,683
I need to know
I can count on you.

128
00:07:31,121 –> 00:07:34,088
Okay. Fine.

129
00:07:34,090 –> 00:07:36,557
– Really?
– Yes, really.

130
00:07:36,559 –> 00:07:40,795
Well, you have earned yourself
some corn cushions, little lady.

131
00:07:40,797 –> 00:07:42,096
Really Mom.

132
00:07:42,098 –> 00:07:43,932
(BEEPS)

133
00:07:43,934 –> 00:07:47,202
You’re looking real nice today.

134
00:07:47,204 –> 00:07:51,106
Thank you. Heh, heh.
Blue is very in this year.

135
00:07:51,108 –> 00:07:54,176
– I see you got the memo.
– I guess we’re in the know.

136
00:07:54,178 –> 00:07:55,411
(BOTH CHUCKLE)

137
00:07:55,413 –> 00:07:57,279
Okay. Hey, you know,
the adult diapers

138
00:07:57,281 –> 00:07:59,181
are 2-for-1
if you wanna grab another.

139
00:07:59,183 –> 00:08:01,083
– I just need one today.
– Okay. All right.

140
00:08:01,085 –> 00:08:03,419
I don’t need them.
They’re for the nursing home

141
00:08:03,421 –> 00:08:04,820
– where I work.
– Of course.

142
00:08:04,822 –> 00:08:07,089
– I… I don’t… Heh, heh.
– Hey, no judgment.

143
00:08:07,091 –> 00:08:09,758
– Um, okay. Heh, heh.
– I use a toilet. Heh, heh.

144
00:08:09,760 –> 00:08:13,929
All right. Well, hopefully,
I’ll, uh, see you around soon.

145
00:08:13,931 –> 00:08:16,732
Yeah. Yeah.
Thanks for checking me out.

146
00:08:16,734 –> 00:08:19,235
Ringing up my purchases.
You know.

147
00:08:19,237 –> 00:08:20,869
Yes. Yeah. Well, both.

148
00:08:20,871 –> 00:08:23,472
– Yeah. Heh.
– I’ll just get my diapers and go.

149
00:08:23,474 –> 00:08:24,740
Yeah.

150
00:08:24,742 –> 00:08:25,976
Happy Halloween!

151
00:08:25,978 –> 00:08:28,044
(SCHOOL BELL RINGS)

152
00:08:28,046 –> 00:08:29,948
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

153
00:08:31,950 –> 00:08:33,283
BOY: Yeah, I can help you.

154
00:08:33,285 –> 00:08:34,584
GIRL: Hey, wait up!

155
00:08:34,586 –> 00:08:36,555
(GIRLS GIGGLING)
(BOYS LAUGHING)

156
00:08:38,323 –> 00:08:40,657
Oh, dude,
science fair sign-ups.

157
00:08:40,659 –> 00:08:42,692
If I can just get
my Tesla Tower to work,

158
00:08:42,694 –> 00:08:44,127
easily win. It’d be so cool.

159
00:08:44,129 –> 00:08:45,996
What do you mean?
You’re already cool.

160
00:08:45,998 –> 00:08:49,300
We are treasure hunters.
People respect us around here.

161
00:08:49,302 –> 00:08:51,035
(LAUGHING)

162
00:08:51,037 –> 00:08:52,970
– Ew.
TOMMY: Hey, Junk Bros.

163
00:08:52,972 –> 00:08:56,007
SAM: Spit wads What are you, 9?

164
00:08:56,009 –> 00:08:57,675
What’d you say?

165
00:08:57,677 –> 00:08:59,810
(WHISPERING)
Sam, what are you doing?

166
00:08:59,812 –> 00:09:01,748
I got this.

167
00:09:06,652 –> 00:09:08,353
You know,

168
00:09:08,355 –> 00:09:11,423
we were gonna TP Principal
Harrison’s house tomorrow night.

169
00:09:11,425 –> 00:09:13,258
But now,
I think I’m just gonna spend

170
00:09:13,260 –> 00:09:15,260
the whole night
chasing you guys around.

171
00:09:15,262 –> 00:09:18,196
Hey. Boys,
move it or you’re tardy.

172
00:09:18,198 –> 00:09:19,797
Of course, Ms. Hoover.

173
00:09:19,799 –> 00:09:22,434
I was just extolling
to my good friends Sam and Sonny

174
00:09:22,436 –> 00:09:24,970
my deep love for homework
and all things learning.

175
00:09:24,972 –> 00:09:26,206
Get to class.

176
00:09:30,778 –> 00:09:32,012
Yeah.

177
00:09:32,946 –> 00:09:34,980
What a jerk.

178
00:09:34,982 –> 00:09:36,581
I’d like to check
this book out, please.

179
00:09:36,583 –> 00:09:38,384
And you are…?

180
00:09:38,386 –> 00:09:40,386
Tyler Mitchell.

181
00:09:40,388 –> 00:09:43,922
Okay, Tyler Mitchell.

182
00:09:43,924 –> 00:09:46,325
Oh. Yeah, you have four books

183
00:09:46,327 –> 00:09:48,760
you haven’t returned
since sophomore year.

184
00:09:48,762 –> 00:09:50,729
And your account is frozen.

185
00:09:50,731 –> 00:09:51,998
Damn.

186
00:09:52,000 –> 00:09:53,933
It’s gonna cost 40 bucks
to unfreeze it.

187
00:09:53,935 –> 00:09:55,902
I just spent it
on tickets for us

188
00:09:55,904 –> 00:09:57,937
to see DJ Bisky
at the Den tonight.

189
00:09:57,939 –> 00:10:00,239
You have to come.
You can’t say no.

190
00:10:00,241 –> 00:10:02,509
My way of saying sorry
for getting you busted.

191
00:10:02,511 –> 00:10:04,744
I-I can’t.
My mom is making me

192
00:10:04,746 –> 00:10:07,514
watch my stupid brother
all week and his friend…

193
00:10:07,516 –> 00:10:10,150
Come on. Don’t wait for college
to start having fun.

194
00:10:10,152 –> 00:10:11,552
Show starts at 8.

195
00:10:11,554 –> 00:10:14,654
Get your brother
a babysitter.

196
00:10:14,656 –> 00:10:16,258
(♪♪♪)

197
00:10:21,097 –> 00:10:24,266
Okay. Sam, what do you think?

198
00:10:25,267 –> 00:10:27,434
Nice. Looks just like you.

199
00:10:27,436 –> 00:10:28,804
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

200
00:10:31,107 –> 00:10:32,576
Hello.

201
00:10:34,276 –> 00:10:36,743
Yeah. Yeah, you’re speaking
to a Junk Brother.

202
00:10:36,745 –> 00:10:39,613
Yes, ma’am. This afternoon?

203
00:10:39,615 –> 00:10:41,748
Let me check with my associate.

204
00:10:41,750 –> 00:10:43,750
– Hang up on her.
– This is our opportunity.

205
00:10:43,752 –> 00:10:45,819
– We’re too busy. Stop it.
– We’re doing this.

206
00:10:45,821 –> 00:10:48,490
I have my Tesla Tower project,
I have algebra. No way.

207
00:10:48,492 –> 00:10:50,492
– Fine, fine, fine! Whatever.
– Sam.

208
00:10:50,494 –> 00:10:52,095
All right. Fine.

209
00:10:53,497 –> 00:10:56,231
You are in luck.
Yeah, we can squeeze you in.

210
00:10:56,233 –> 00:10:59,267
24 Ashley Lane?

211
00:10:59,269 –> 00:11:00,835
No, no problem. No problem.

212
00:11:00,837 –> 00:11:04,174
Yeah. Fear not, ma’am.
Junk is our middle name.

213
00:11:05,343 –> 00:11:06,808
(PHONE BEEPS)

214
00:11:06,810 –> 00:11:09,211
“Junk is our…”?
Do you even hear yourself?

215
00:11:09,213 –> 00:11:12,982
Get your shoes on.
It’s time to get rich!

216
00:11:12,984 –> 00:11:15,151
I already have my shoes on.

217
00:11:15,153 –> 00:11:17,088
(♪♪♪)

218
00:11:37,342 –> 00:11:40,544
I guess this is it.
24 Ashley Lane.

219
00:11:40,546 –> 00:11:43,046
Twenty-four is the number
of people murdered here.

220
00:11:43,048 –> 00:11:44,813
All right, Sonny.

221
00:11:44,815 –> 00:11:46,449
Let’s do this.

222
00:11:46,451 –> 00:11:48,353
(CROW CAWING)

223
00:11:57,729 –> 00:12:00,600
Hey. I don’t like the way
those things are looking at us.

224
00:12:03,636 –> 00:12:06,939
We’re treasure hunters, Sonny,
remember. Come on.

225
00:12:20,153 –> 00:12:21,754
(DOOR CREAKS)

226
00:12:27,060 –> 00:12:28,395
Hello?

227
00:12:38,339 –> 00:12:39,506
SONNY: Some treasure.

228
00:12:41,442 –> 00:12:43,310
This place
is definitely haunted.

229
00:12:46,947 –> 00:12:50,182
Dude, there’s more stuff
over here. Come on.

230
00:12:50,184 –> 00:12:53,118
This room’s
even worse.

231
00:12:53,120 –> 00:12:55,287
Come on, Sonny,
it’s not that bad.

232
00:12:55,289 –> 00:12:57,425
There is nothing
to be afraid of.

233
00:12:58,360 –> 00:13:00,360
(BOTH YELL)

234
00:13:00,362 –> 00:13:01,730
(CLEARS THROAT)

235
00:13:06,401 –> 00:13:08,468
SAM: Who stuffs a cat?

236
00:13:08,470 –> 00:13:11,006
How much are they paying us
for this?

237
00:13:12,741 –> 00:13:14,540
(GRUNTS)

238
00:13:14,542 –> 00:13:16,609
Can’t believe you said
we’d work for free.

239
00:13:16,611 –> 00:13:18,278
Not for free.
The lady said

240
00:13:18,280 –> 00:13:20,413
we could keep any junk
we don’t throw away.

241
00:13:20,415 –> 00:13:22,549
Some of that stuff
can have monetary value.

242
00:13:22,551 –> 00:13:24,685
You know what else
has monetary value, Sam?

243
00:13:24,687 –> 00:13:27,222
– Actual money.
– Just start cleaning. Come on.

244
00:13:30,959 –> 00:13:33,594
Found some more stuff
in the attic.

245
00:13:33,596 –> 00:13:36,766
SAM: Okay, what do we got?
– Maybe this is worth something.

246
00:13:40,436 –> 00:13:41,735
It’s stuck.

247
00:13:41,737 –> 00:13:43,272
(GRUNTING)

248
00:13:48,578 –> 00:13:50,480
(♪♪♪)

249
00:13:56,018 –> 00:13:58,320
Dude, I think
we just found a treasure chest!

250
00:13:58,322 –> 00:14:00,455
– Go get it.
– Jackpot!

251
00:14:00,457 –> 00:14:03,191
This is amazing.
It’s like a whole room in here.

252
00:14:03,193 –> 00:14:05,462
I told you.
We come here, we find treasure.

253
00:14:07,964 –> 00:14:10,365
Help me with this.
I bet this thing

254
00:14:10,367 –> 00:14:12,702
is filled with gold
and diamonds and Bitcoins.

255
00:14:12,704 –> 00:14:15,103
Uh, you know Bitcoins
are cryptocurrency, right?

256
00:14:15,105 –> 00:14:17,305
It’s not real coins,
it’s virtual coins.

257
00:14:17,307 –> 00:14:20,175
It’s really cool. It starts
with a process called mining…

258
00:14:20,177 –> 00:14:22,143
Stop being a nerd
for a second and help.

259
00:14:22,145 –> 00:14:24,179
– Yeah, sorry.
– Thank you. Here.

260
00:14:24,181 –> 00:14:27,785
All right. You ready?
Three, two, and…

261
00:14:31,356 –> 00:14:32,523
What?

262
00:14:36,594 –> 00:14:38,461
It’s locked.

263
00:14:38,463 –> 00:14:40,262
Who would lock a book?

264
00:14:40,264 –> 00:14:41,966
Here’s a key.

265
00:14:44,168 –> 00:14:45,635
(BOTH COUGH)

266
00:14:45,637 –> 00:14:47,671
Oh, man.

267
00:14:47,673 –> 00:14:49,374
(GROANS)
(SIGHS)

268
00:14:52,143 –> 00:14:54,176
SAM: Well, what’s in it?

269
00:14:54,178 –> 00:14:56,248
Nothing.
It’s just a beat-up old book.

270
00:14:57,915 –> 00:14:59,685
Doesn’t have a title page.

271
00:15:01,919 –> 00:15:04,321
– So much for treasure.
– Well, look.

272
00:15:04,323 –> 00:15:06,757
We still have all this stuff.
This is a good haul.

273
00:15:06,759 –> 00:15:08,258
Just grab the book anyway.

274
00:15:08,260 –> 00:15:10,427
– It’s gotta be worth something.
– Yeah.

275
00:15:10,429 –> 00:15:12,028
(GASPS)

276
00:15:12,030 –> 00:15:13,932
(♪♪♪)

277
00:15:15,100 –> 00:15:17,704
Sam. Sam, turn around.

278
00:15:19,071 –> 00:15:21,305
(GASPS)

279
00:15:21,307 –> 00:15:23,243
SAM: Where did that come from?

280
00:15:38,658 –> 00:15:42,061
“My name is Slappy.
What’s yours?”

281
00:15:45,365 –> 00:15:48,232
Wait, I think it says something
on the back.

282
00:15:48,234 –> 00:15:52,939
SONNY: “Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

283
00:15:56,477 –> 00:15:58,076
He’s so creepy.

284
00:15:58,078 –> 00:16:00,379
It’s kind of like he’s alive.

285
00:16:00,381 –> 00:16:02,080
I don’t think
anything’s been alive

286
00:16:02,082 –> 00:16:03,482
in this house
since that cat.

287
00:16:03,484 –> 00:16:05,617
I mean, look at this place.

288
00:16:05,619 –> 00:16:07,654
– But I’m alive now!
– Aah!

289
00:16:07,656 –> 00:16:10,055
Oh, Sonny, just give me a kiss.
Just one smooch.

290
00:16:10,057 –> 00:16:12,257
– That’s not funny.
– Yes, it is. It’s hilarious.

291
00:16:12,259 –> 00:16:14,326
It’s a business.
We’re running a business.

292
00:16:14,328 –> 00:16:15,662
Take this more seriously.

293
00:16:15,664 –> 00:16:17,397
It’s too easy, Sonny.
Come on, man.

294
00:16:17,399 –> 00:16:18,964
Hey, I’m taking him.

295
00:16:18,966 –> 00:16:20,966
SONNY: Don’t know why
you took that thing.

296
00:16:20,968 –> 00:16:23,101
– What do you mean He’s awesome.
– Whatever.

297
00:16:23,103 –> 00:16:26,773
TOMMY: Hey, it’s the Junk Sisters!

298
00:16:26,775 –> 00:16:28,475
Oh, great.

299
00:16:28,477 –> 00:16:30,977
Well, at least we know
our marketing’s working.

300
00:16:30,979 –> 00:16:33,781
No teacher around
to save you now.

301
00:16:33,783 –> 00:16:36,049
Hey, are you wearing
my old sweater

302
00:16:36,051 –> 00:16:37,283
from my grandma’s yard sale?

303
00:16:37,285 –> 00:16:38,551
(ALL LAUGH)

304
00:16:38,553 –> 00:16:39,689
Leave us alone.

305
00:16:41,056 –> 00:16:42,456
Okay.

306
00:16:42,458 –> 00:16:44,592
Give me back my sweater
and I’ll let you go.

307
00:16:44,594 –> 00:16:45,826
Really?

308
00:16:45,828 –> 00:16:47,430
Unless you want
your face punched.

309
00:16:50,266 –> 00:16:52,335
(SIGHING)
Whatever.

310
00:16:54,871 –> 00:16:56,138
And your box.

311
00:16:59,709 –> 00:17:03,277
Fine. Just take it.

312
00:17:03,279 –> 00:17:04,612
Yo, what we got?

313
00:17:04,614 –> 00:17:06,815
– What’s this?
– Let’s see. Old radio.

314
00:17:06,817 –> 00:17:09,183
BOY 1: Is that a ruler?
BOY 2: That’s a dog toy.

315
00:17:09,185 –> 00:17:11,553
A stupid book.

316
00:17:11,555 –> 00:17:13,320
Wow.

317
00:17:13,322 –> 00:17:15,857
Great business
you guys are running.

318
00:17:15,859 –> 00:17:17,792
Heh. Your turn.

319
00:17:17,794 –> 00:17:20,328
No. No,
I’m not giving you my box.

320
00:17:20,330 –> 00:17:23,465
Sam, just give it to him.
I like my face unpunched.

321
00:17:23,467 –> 00:17:25,536
No way.
We worked for this stuff.

322
00:17:26,603 –> 00:17:28,370
– Hey, Tommy!
TOMMY: Oh!

323
00:17:28,372 –> 00:17:30,105
– Look at that.
– Tommy, give him back!

324
00:17:30,107 –> 00:17:32,607
Want your doll You dress him up
when you get home?

325
00:17:32,609 –> 00:17:34,442
SAM: Tommy, this isn’t funny.

326
00:17:34,444 –> 00:17:35,579
SONNY: Sam…

327
00:17:37,114 –> 00:17:38,548
What the…?

328
00:17:38,550 –> 00:17:39,918
(SAM & SONNY LAUGH)

329
00:17:45,557 –> 00:17:46,724
What is going on?

330
00:17:48,226 –> 00:17:49,659
BOY 1: Tommy, pull up your pants!

331
00:17:49,661 –> 00:17:51,127
They’re stuck.

332
00:17:51,129 –> 00:17:53,362
Thank you very much.
Sonny, we need to go!

333
00:17:53,364 –> 00:17:57,166
Go! Go! Go! No, don’t touch
my underwear! God! Stop!

334
00:17:57,168 –> 00:18:00,102
No! Go get them!
No! Go get them!

335
00:18:00,104 –> 00:18:02,572
– Go!
– Okay, okay, okay!

336
00:18:02,574 –> 00:18:04,475
(♪♪♪)

337
00:18:10,015 –> 00:18:11,748
Better pedal faster!

338
00:18:11,750 –> 00:18:13,050
Oh, no.

339
00:18:13,052 –> 00:18:14,885
Come on,
don’t make it easy for us!

340
00:18:14,887 –> 00:18:16,118
We need to go!

341
00:18:16,120 –> 00:18:17,888
We’re gonna get you, man!

342
00:18:17,890 –> 00:18:19,291
They’re gaining on us!

343
00:18:21,360 –> 00:18:22,494
Faster!

344
00:18:26,599 –> 00:18:28,100
(ALL GRUNT)

345
00:18:31,537 –> 00:18:34,204
(ALL GROANING)

346
00:18:34,206 –> 00:18:37,075
– What just happened?
– I have no idea.

347
00:18:37,077 –> 00:18:40,044
Get back here, you two!

348
00:18:40,046 –> 00:18:42,914
Ah.
Why does this keep happening?

349
00:18:42,916 –> 00:18:45,416
Sarah!
You won’t believe what happened.

350
00:18:45,418 –> 00:18:47,185
You are never
going to believe this.

351
00:18:47,187 –> 00:18:49,420
We were in this crazy,
abandoned, creepy house

352
00:18:49,422 –> 00:18:51,789
and found this fireplace,
which had a cat on it I twisted.

353
00:18:51,791 –> 00:18:54,059
It went to a secret
compartment that opened.

354
00:18:54,061 –> 00:18:55,727
Then there was a treasure chest.

355
00:18:55,729 –> 00:18:58,897
Okay, but long story short,
we found…

356
00:18:58,899 –> 00:19:00,600
this guy!

357
00:19:02,168 –> 00:19:03,434
Th-this guy.

358
00:19:03,436 –> 00:19:05,738
This… guy.

359
00:19:05,740 –> 00:19:09,341
Wow. It’s like you’re actively
trying not to be cool.

360
00:19:09,343 –> 00:19:12,611
Here. Mom specifically said
you should fold the laundry.

361
00:19:12,613 –> 00:19:16,118
I’ll be in my room if you
need me, but do not need me.

362
00:19:20,655 –> 00:19:22,488
Hey, Sarah?

363
00:19:22,490 –> 00:19:25,591
This specifically says you are
supposed to fold the laundry.

364
00:19:25,593 –> 00:19:26,826
(DOOR CLOSES)

365
00:19:26,828 –> 00:19:28,094
Sarah.

366
00:19:28,096 –> 00:19:30,096
(POP MUSIC PLAYING
OVER SPEAKERS)

367
00:19:30,098 –> 00:19:31,765
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

368
00:19:31,767 –> 00:19:33,600
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

369
00:19:33,602 –> 00:19:40,340
I spend all the time
Waiting at night for you

370
00:19:40,342 –> 00:19:43,643
What am I doing?

371
00:19:43,645 –> 00:19:46,279
SONNY: We already banned jumping.

372
00:19:46,281 –> 00:19:49,616
SAM: I banned sucking, yet here you are.
Now, come on.

373
00:19:49,618 –> 00:19:52,752
Hey! Yes!

374
00:19:52,754 –> 00:19:54,187
Yes!

375
00:19:54,189 –> 00:19:55,655
It’s 4 to 1.
Why are you celebrating?

376
00:19:55,657 –> 00:19:57,792
Scoring is a reason
for celebration.

377
00:19:57,794 –> 00:19:59,894
SARAH: Bye, I’m leaving!

378
00:19:59,896 –> 00:20:02,496
– Where you going?
– Out. I’ll be back by 10.

379
00:20:02,498 –> 00:20:04,498
If Mom calls,
tell her I’m in the shower.

380
00:20:04,500 –> 00:20:07,068
You were gonna help me
with my science presentation.

381
00:20:07,070 –> 00:20:08,335
There’s two dummies
on the couch.

382
00:20:08,337 –> 00:20:09,570
Practice on one of them.

383
00:20:09,572 –> 00:20:11,338
Ouch.

384
00:20:11,340 –> 00:20:13,240
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

385
00:20:13,242 –> 00:20:15,179
(DANCE MUSIC PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS)

386
00:20:17,014 –> 00:20:18,916
(SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

387
00:20:44,142 –> 00:20:45,275
Tyler!

388
00:20:59,524 –> 00:21:01,793
(DANCE MUSIC FADES INTO BACKGROUND)

389
00:21:08,099 –> 00:21:11,002
(♪♪♪)

390
00:21:25,151 –> 00:21:26,317
(SIGHS)

391
00:21:36,462 –> 00:21:37,797
(ENGINE STARTS)

392
00:21:43,270 –> 00:21:45,604
SAM: All right, there we go.

393
00:21:48,809 –> 00:21:51,144
Okay. And…

394
00:21:53,312 –> 00:21:58,149
Sergeant, your orders
are to guard this porch.

395
00:21:58,151 –> 00:22:00,351
It was more than
a hundred years ago

396
00:22:00,353 –> 00:22:02,620
when Nikola Tesla
first lit up the sky

397
00:22:02,622 –> 00:22:04,256
over Wardenclyffe, New York.

398
00:22:04,258 –> 00:22:05,990
Tesla wanted to create a world

399
00:22:05,992 –> 00:22:07,826
where anything
could be transmitted

400
00:22:07,828 –> 00:22:09,327
through giant electric towers:

401
00:22:09,329 –> 00:22:13,531
Power, sound,
maybe even brain waves.

402
00:22:13,533 –> 00:22:16,501
It was like
the original Wi-Fi.

403
00:22:16,503 –> 00:22:20,840
But suddenly and mysteriously,
he shut down his lab in 1908.

404
00:22:20,842 –> 00:22:23,609
His tower
never lit up the sky again.

405
00:22:23,611 –> 00:22:24,844
Until…

406
00:22:24,846 –> 00:22:26,111
today!

407
00:22:26,113 –> 00:22:27,682
May I have a volunteer?

408
00:22:28,783 –> 00:22:30,783
You, sir, in the gray suit.

409
00:22:30,785 –> 00:22:34,355
Hold this
and prepare to be amazed.

410
00:22:35,990 –> 00:22:37,489
I present to you all:

411
00:22:37,491 –> 00:22:38,659
Tesla!

412
00:22:41,964 –> 00:22:43,298
(POWER WHINES)

413
00:22:45,033 –> 00:22:46,500
(SIGHS)

414
00:22:49,537 –> 00:22:51,605
Don’t give me that look.

415
00:22:51,607 –> 00:22:53,807
I’m trying
to bring back your tower.

416
00:22:53,809 –> 00:22:55,141
(♪♪♪)

417
00:22:55,143 –> 00:22:57,177
SLAPPY: Bravo.

418
00:22:57,179 –> 00:23:00,981
I, for one, think it’s
an electrifying presentation.

419
00:23:00,983 –> 00:23:02,718
(CACKLES)

420
00:23:05,053 –> 00:23:08,124
Sam. I’m not
gonna fall for that again.

421
00:23:09,825 –> 00:23:12,059
Ha-ha-ha. Very funny.

422
00:23:12,061 –> 00:23:13,727
It’s like a microphone?

423
00:23:13,729 –> 00:23:16,429
You’re talking through
your cell phone or something?

424
00:23:16,431 –> 00:23:19,200
Sam.
Sam, it’s a stupid prank.

425
00:23:19,202 –> 00:23:21,738
You ever heard
of personal space Mm!

426
00:23:27,510 –> 00:23:28,878
(GRUNTS)

427
00:23:32,081 –> 00:23:33,881
How are you talking
to me right now?

428
00:23:33,883 –> 00:23:38,086
You brought me to life.
Don’t you remember, Sonny?

429
00:23:38,088 –> 00:23:39,854
– Sam?
SAM: What?

430
00:23:39,856 –> 00:23:41,722
What’s the problem?

431
00:23:41,724 –> 00:23:43,424
Just come up here. Please.

432
00:23:43,426 –> 00:23:45,593
Dude, I told you,
I don’t care about Tesla.

433
00:23:45,595 –> 00:23:47,729
– Right now, Sam.
SAM: Fine!

434
00:23:47,731 –> 00:23:50,065
I’ve always wanted a brother.

435
00:23:50,067 –> 00:23:52,434
Please don’t try
to educate me on Tesla.

436
00:23:52,436 –> 00:23:57,541
Hello, Sam. Thank you for saving
me from that moron today.

437
00:23:58,609 –> 00:24:00,343
Oh, he’s battery-operated.

438
00:24:00,345 –> 00:24:02,544
(WHISPERING) No, no, no.
Sam, Sam, he’s alive.

439
00:24:02,546 –> 00:24:04,613
SLAPPY: Sorry for what
happened with Tommy.

440
00:24:04,615 –> 00:24:07,749
I guess you could say
he got hosed.

441
00:24:07,751 –> 00:24:10,219
(CACKLES)

442
00:24:10,221 –> 00:24:11,988
– That was you?
SLAPPY: Yep.

443
00:24:11,990 –> 00:24:16,592
And now that we’re family,
we can be brothers!

444
00:24:16,594 –> 00:24:18,930
I think I’d make
a great Junk Brother.

445
00:24:20,498 –> 00:24:23,499
Right. Just a sec. Sidebar.

446
00:24:23,501 –> 00:24:24,801
Are we losing our minds?

447
00:24:24,803 –> 00:24:26,736
I don’t think
we can at the same time.

448
00:24:26,738 –> 00:24:28,071
Okay, but just to clarify,

449
00:24:28,073 –> 00:24:29,806
we’re talking
to a puppet right now.

450
00:24:29,808 –> 00:24:31,042
Yeah.

451
00:24:32,744 –> 00:24:34,347
Maybe he’s alive.

452
00:24:36,581 –> 00:24:40,317
Of course I’m alive!
Heh-heh-heh.

453
00:24:40,319 –> 00:24:44,154
And I can make
all your problems go away.

454
00:24:44,156 –> 00:24:47,360
Didn’t your sister tell you
to fold the laundry?

455
00:24:50,496 –> 00:24:53,831
There. Now you have time
to do your homework.

456
00:24:53,833 –> 00:24:57,134
Oh, what’s that You don’t want
to do your homework?

457
00:24:57,136 –> 00:24:59,638
That’s okay.
I just did it for you.

458
00:25:01,640 –> 00:25:03,542
(♪♪♪)

459
00:25:06,779 –> 00:25:08,612
You know algebra?

460
00:25:08,614 –> 00:25:10,514
A squared
plus B squared equals

461
00:25:10,516 –> 00:25:12,549
of course! Heh, heh.

462
00:25:12,551 –> 00:25:15,887
This is amazing.
It’s all correct.

463
00:25:15,889 –> 00:25:17,856
So you can change
all of our grades.

464
00:25:17,858 –> 00:25:21,327
I can only change
the things right in front of me.

465
00:25:21,329 –> 00:25:24,931
But whatever I see,
I can bring to life.

466
00:25:26,367 –> 00:25:29,368
Karru marri odonna loma

467
00:25:29,370 –> 00:25:33,239
molonu karrano.

468
00:25:33,241 –> 00:25:35,673
ANNOUNCER: Round one. Fight!

469
00:25:35,675 –> 00:25:39,011
(BOTH SHOUTING IN JAPANESE)

470
00:25:39,013 –> 00:25:40,481
(BOTH GRUNTING)

471
00:25:42,283 –> 00:25:43,949
SONNY: That is awesome.

472
00:25:43,951 –> 00:25:47,787
I will never question
picking up junk again.

473
00:25:47,789 –> 00:25:49,955
Wait until Mom
and Sarah find out.

474
00:25:49,957 –> 00:25:51,223
(GROANS)

475
00:25:51,225 –> 00:25:53,025
SLAPPY: Slow your roll there, kid.

476
00:25:53,027 –> 00:25:56,562
Let’s just keep this
our little secret for now.

477
00:25:56,564 –> 00:26:00,666
Give me a chance
to win them over first.

478
00:26:00,668 –> 00:26:02,536
(CACKLES)

479
00:26:02,538 –> 00:26:04,905
(CAR NOISES PLAYING OVER TV)

480
00:26:04,907 –> 00:26:08,008
SLAPPY: Ah, you’re terrible at this.
Heh-heh-heh.

481
00:26:08,010 –> 00:26:10,043
I’m literally crushing you
right now.

482
00:26:10,045 –> 00:26:12,345
Can’t believe you’re losing
to a puppet.

483
00:26:12,347 –> 00:26:15,550
Right. And I’m not
even using my magical powers.

484
00:26:15,552 –> 00:26:16,718
– Heh. Hm?
(DOOR SLAMS)

485
00:26:21,857 –> 00:26:23,623
Back so soon?

486
00:26:23,625 –> 00:26:25,460
– Don’t ask.
SONNY: Are you okay?

487
00:26:25,462 –> 00:26:27,627
– What happened?
– What happened?

488
00:26:27,629 –> 00:26:30,730
Well, turns out the guy I liked
is a total scumbag.

489
00:26:30,732 –> 00:26:33,234
Mom expects me to run
this entire house by myself.

490
00:26:33,236 –> 00:26:35,570
And if I don’t figure out
this essay by Friday,

491
00:26:35,572 –> 00:26:39,075
I’m never getting out of this
town. So no, I’m not okay.

492
00:26:43,213 –> 00:26:45,148
Why are you guys
acting so weird?

493
00:26:46,182 –> 00:26:47,416
– Us?
– Nothing.

494
00:26:47,418 –> 00:26:48,850
SAM: No reason at all. Mm-hm.

495
00:26:48,852 –> 00:26:50,519
I’m working
on my science project.

496
00:26:50,521 –> 00:26:52,687
– We’re just playing video games.
– Just us two.

497
00:26:52,689 –> 00:26:55,022
– Nobody else.
SONNY: Mm-hm.

498
00:26:55,024 –> 00:26:56,924
I’m going to bed.

499
00:26:56,926 –> 00:26:58,262
Good night.

500
00:26:59,463 –> 00:27:01,398
(♪♪♪)

501
00:27:03,934 –> 00:27:05,402
Who just said that?

502
00:27:06,737 –> 00:27:08,203
– Me!
– Sam.

503
00:27:08,205 –> 00:27:09,606
(IN RASPY VOICE)
Good night.

504
00:27:09,608 –> 00:27:11,373
SONNY: It’s a new thing we’re doing.

505
00:27:11,375 –> 00:27:13,375
(IN RASPY VOICE) Good night.
Good night.

506
00:27:13,377 –> 00:27:15,277
– Hit the hay.
SONNY: Good night, Sarah.

507
00:27:15,279 –> 00:27:17,514
Night-night.

508
00:27:17,516 –> 00:27:19,748
(NORMALLY)
That is not cool, Slappy.

509
00:27:19,750 –> 00:27:21,286
(CHUCKLES)

510
00:27:25,190 –> 00:27:27,058
(♪♪♪)

511
00:27:42,874 –> 00:27:44,743
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

512
00:28:20,180 –> 00:28:22,049
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

513
00:28:29,722 –> 00:28:32,390
What the hell?

514
00:28:32,392 –> 00:28:36,061
– Ugh. God, they are such tools.
TYLER: Boo!

515
00:28:36,063 –> 00:28:38,863
(GASPS, THEN CHUCKLES)

516
00:28:38,865 –> 00:28:41,567
Missed you at the show
last night.

517
00:28:41,569 –> 00:28:44,403
Bet you did. You have fun?

518
00:28:44,405 –> 00:28:46,572
It was okay.
A bunch of us just hanging out.

519
00:28:46,574 –> 00:28:48,073
Totally casual.

520
00:28:48,075 –> 00:28:49,577
Right.

521
00:28:51,579 –> 00:28:53,913
– What’s with the dummy?
– Oh, him?

522
00:28:53,915 –> 00:28:56,182
We were just hanging out.

523
00:28:56,184 –> 00:28:58,186
Totally casual.

524
00:29:02,557 –> 00:29:04,459
(♪♪♪)

525
00:29:15,671 –> 00:29:17,571
(LOCK CLICKS)

526
00:29:17,573 –> 00:29:18,741
Fly, little ghost.

527
00:29:23,912 –> 00:29:26,980
Hey, whoever that is, can you
toss me up some more string?

528
00:29:26,982 –> 00:29:28,417
SLAPPY: Sure.

529
00:29:33,289 –> 00:29:34,555
(SCOFFS)

530
00:29:34,557 –> 00:29:37,124
Okay.

531
00:29:37,126 –> 00:29:39,926
That’s hilarious.

532
00:29:39,928 –> 00:29:41,329
Sarah?

533
00:29:41,331 –> 00:29:42,764
(SLAPPY CLEARS THROAT)

534
00:29:42,766 –> 00:29:45,832
Oh! Hey, hey, hey,
not funny, not funny.

535
00:29:45,834 –> 00:29:47,834
Sarah, stop fooling around.

536
00:29:47,836 –> 00:29:51,508
I’d say you’re the one
fooling around.

537
00:29:52,942 –> 00:29:54,375
How are you talking?

538
00:29:54,377 –> 00:29:57,412
I love the theater.

539
00:29:57,414 –> 00:30:00,749
I always bring down the house.

540
00:30:00,751 –> 00:30:02,319
(CACKLES)

541
00:30:04,087 –> 00:30:06,555
Wait, no! What are you doing?
What are you doing?

542
00:30:06,557 –> 00:30:08,156
Tell me, Tyler.

543
00:30:08,158 –> 00:30:10,960
What does it say
on that top step?

544
00:30:12,263 –> 00:30:15,097
Uh… It’s not a step?

545
00:30:15,099 –> 00:30:16,931
Maybe you’ll remember that

546
00:30:16,933 –> 00:30:21,205
the next time you
step out of line with my sister.

547
00:30:23,107 –> 00:30:25,744
(YELLS, THEN GROANS)

548
00:30:32,316 –> 00:30:34,684
It was a puppet, man.
It was a puppet.

549
00:30:34,686 –> 00:30:36,686
It had these
supernatural powers.

550
00:30:36,688 –> 00:30:38,722
He could move things
with his mind.

551
00:30:38,724 –> 00:30:40,190
I swear.

552
00:30:40,192 –> 00:30:42,492
She knows! Ask her.
It was in her locker.

553
00:30:42,494 –> 00:30:45,462
Please tell him real quick.
Sarah, tell him!

554
00:30:45,464 –> 00:30:47,664
It’s just the meds
kicking in, sir.

555
00:30:47,666 –> 00:30:49,699
Last guy said he saw a dragon.

556
00:30:49,701 –> 00:30:51,701
It wasn’t a dragon.
It was a puppet.

557
00:30:51,703 –> 00:30:53,638
(♪♪♪)

558
00:31:01,179 –> 00:31:03,012
(SCHOOL BELL RINGING)

559
00:31:03,014 –> 00:31:04,684
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

560
00:31:07,152 –> 00:31:09,953
Nikola Tesla
constructed this tower

561
00:31:09,955 –> 00:31:12,123
right here in Wardenclyffe,
New York

562
00:31:12,125 –> 00:31:14,825
to beam bolts of electricity
across the world.

563
00:31:14,827 –> 00:31:16,360
And today…

564
00:31:16,362 –> 00:31:19,630
we are going
to beam bolts of electricity

565
00:31:19,632 –> 00:31:21,565
across this classroom.

566
00:31:21,567 –> 00:31:24,535
Someone beam me
out of this classroom.

567
00:31:24,537 –> 00:31:26,838
(STUDENTS CHUCKLE)

568
00:31:26,840 –> 00:31:29,273
May I have a volunteer?

569
00:31:29,275 –> 00:31:31,676
You, ma’am,
in the pink sweater.

570
00:31:31,678 –> 00:31:34,912
Hold that and prepare
to be amazed.

571
00:31:34,914 –> 00:31:36,715
Behold:

572
00:31:36,717 –> 00:31:39,153
The power of Tesla.

573
00:31:40,521 –> 00:31:42,423
(♪♪♪)

574
00:31:54,034 –> 00:31:55,737
(ELECTRICITY CRACKLING)

575
00:32:00,073 –> 00:32:02,577
Mr. Quinn, unplug that now!

576
00:32:03,678 –> 00:32:04,813
(SHRIEKS)

577
00:32:07,114 –> 00:32:08,750
(STUDENTS CLAMORING)

578
00:32:11,453 –> 00:32:12,754
(POWER WHINES)

579
00:32:16,958 –> 00:32:19,060
BOY: That was awesome!

580
00:32:20,962 –> 00:32:25,566
And that was my presentation
on Nikola Tesla.

581
00:32:25,568 –> 00:32:28,369
Any… Any questions?

582
00:32:30,104 –> 00:32:32,171
Today’s picture day!

583
00:32:32,173 –> 00:32:34,108
(FIRE ALARM RINGING)

584
00:32:37,446 –> 00:32:40,514
This is not good.
I’m so busted.

585
00:32:40,516 –> 00:32:42,483
Oh, great,
the fire department’s here?

586
00:32:42,485 –> 00:32:44,987
They’re definitely gonna
make you repeat a grade.

587
00:32:46,755 –> 00:32:49,590
Please tell me you guys
had nothing to do with this.

588
00:32:49,592 –> 00:32:52,025
Sonny blew up the science wing.
It was so cool.

589
00:32:52,027 –> 00:32:54,027
It was an accident.

590
00:32:54,029 –> 00:32:55,630
What are you doing here?

591
00:32:55,632 –> 00:32:58,098
Tyler Mitchell just got loaded
into an ambulance.

592
00:32:58,100 –> 00:33:00,301
He said the dummy
you guys put in my backpack

593
00:33:00,303 –> 00:33:03,805
attacked him
with supernatural powers.

594
00:33:03,807 –> 00:33:06,274
We didn’t put Slappy
in your backpack.

595
00:33:06,276 –> 00:33:07,942
(♪♪♪)

596
00:33:07,944 –> 00:33:09,312
Get in.

597
00:33:11,348 –> 00:33:12,848
SARAH: You’re telling me

598
00:33:12,850 –> 00:33:16,150
that you discovered
a walking, talking dummy

599
00:33:16,152 –> 00:33:17,820
and you didn’t tell me?

600
00:33:17,822 –> 00:33:19,989
He seemed like a nice guy
at the start.

601
00:33:19,991 –> 00:33:23,659
– He had great manners.
– He told us to keep it a secret.

602
00:33:23,661 –> 00:33:25,761
A, I’m your sister.

603
00:33:25,763 –> 00:33:27,429
And B, as a general rule,

604
00:33:27,431 –> 00:33:29,999
when an animated doll
tells you to keep secrets,

605
00:33:30,001 –> 00:33:31,233
that’s a red flag.

606
00:33:31,235 –> 00:33:32,668
He’s not just some doll.

607
00:33:32,670 –> 00:33:34,670
He’s got powers.
He can move stuff with his mind.

608
00:33:34,672 –> 00:33:36,472
You guys, this is insane.

609
00:33:36,474 –> 00:33:39,375
I mean,
why would he go after Tyler?

610
00:33:39,377 –> 00:33:42,511
Maybe he heard you complaining
about him last night.

611
00:33:42,513 –> 00:33:44,382
Great.
What else did I complain about?

612
00:33:46,752 –> 00:33:48,018
Mom.

613
00:33:48,020 –> 00:33:49,922
(♪♪♪)

614
00:33:59,364 –> 00:34:02,699
Hey, kids, you wanna see
the mummies come to life?

615
00:34:02,701 –> 00:34:04,901
– Sorry, Mr. Chu!
– Don’t have time to talk now!

616
00:34:04,903 –> 00:34:06,736
Your loss!

617
00:34:06,738 –> 00:34:08,505
(MUMMY LAUGHS)

618
00:34:08,507 –> 00:34:10,140
– Mom!
– Ms. Quinn!

619
00:34:10,142 –> 00:34:12,709
(KATHY LAUGHS)

620
00:34:12,711 –> 00:34:18,148
Hey. You didn’t tell me you got
a ventriloquist dummy. How fun!

621
00:34:18,150 –> 00:34:20,918
He was sitting at the table
like a little person.

622
00:34:20,920 –> 00:34:24,021
“Hi, kids. My name is Bobo.

623
00:34:24,023 –> 00:34:26,591
And I like listening to Mom.”
Heh, heh.

624
00:34:26,593 –> 00:34:28,693
Mom, his name is Slappy,

625
00:34:28,695 –> 00:34:30,795
and I would not do that
if I were you.

626
00:34:30,797 –> 00:34:32,897
Slappy.
That’s a ridiculous name.

627
00:34:32,899 –> 00:34:35,067
No, no. His name is Bobo.

628
00:34:35,069 –> 00:34:38,202
– Mom, you don’t understand.
– Ms. Quinn, he’s alive.

629
00:34:38,204 –> 00:34:40,304
I think these guys
are trying to play

630
00:34:40,306 –> 00:34:42,473
some sort of
a Halloween prank on us,

631
00:34:42,475 –> 00:34:44,475
but I’m not buying it.
Are you No.

632
00:34:44,477 –> 00:34:46,078
(PHONE RINGING)

633
00:34:46,080 –> 00:34:49,280
Oh, let me get that.
But nice try. Very creative.

634
00:34:49,282 –> 00:34:52,285
Stay right there.
Don’t go anywhere.

635
00:34:56,724 –> 00:34:59,658
(♪♪♪)

636
00:34:59,660 –> 00:35:03,096
Hi, kids. Good day at school?

637
00:35:03,098 –> 00:35:05,797
Oh, my God. He sounds
even creepier than he looks.

638
00:35:05,799 –> 00:35:08,935
Ha-ha-ha. We’re gonna be
such a happy family.

639
00:35:08,937 –> 00:35:10,602
You’re not our family.

640
00:35:10,604 –> 00:35:13,106
Do it, Sonny. Turn him off.

641
00:35:13,108 –> 00:35:16,743
Hearing you say that
makes me mad.

642
00:35:16,745 –> 00:35:22,081
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

643
00:35:22,083 –> 00:35:23,750
Don’t do that.

644
00:35:23,752 –> 00:35:25,385
Do it again.

645
00:35:25,387 –> 00:35:28,421
“Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

646
00:35:28,423 –> 00:35:31,027
(GASPING)

647
00:35:34,262 –> 00:35:35,397
(EXHALES)

648
00:35:39,869 –> 00:35:41,037
It worked.

649
00:35:51,313 –> 00:35:52,546
(GASPS)

650
00:35:52,548 –> 00:35:53,947
And trust me.

651
00:35:53,949 –> 00:35:56,784
You don’t want to find out
what happens…

652
00:35:56,786 –> 00:35:59,822
when I get mad.

653
00:36:00,856 –> 00:36:02,723
KATHY: Okay.
– Hm?

654
00:36:02,725 –> 00:36:05,960
Well, that was
an interesting phone call.

655
00:36:05,962 –> 00:36:07,594
Anything you wanna tell me?

656
00:36:07,596 –> 00:36:09,964
Yes, we’ve been trying to.
That dummy is evil.

657
00:36:09,966 –> 00:36:12,433
You blew up the science lab?

658
00:36:12,435 –> 00:36:14,201
Yeah, there was that too.

659
00:36:14,203 –> 00:36:16,604
Do you know
how much damage you’ve caused?

660
00:36:16,606 –> 00:36:17,872
It wasn’t Sonny’s fault.

661
00:36:17,874 –> 00:36:19,774
KATHY: I’m sure it was an accident.

662
00:36:19,776 –> 00:36:22,877
– It wasn’t an accident. The dummy did it.
– Yeah.

663
00:36:22,879 –> 00:36:25,613
Do I look like a dummy
to you?

664
00:36:25,615 –> 00:36:27,215
We’re telling
the truth!

665
00:36:27,217 –> 00:36:28,650
Here’s some truth for you.

666
00:36:28,652 –> 00:36:30,719
Halloween is canceled
for the three of you.

667
00:36:30,721 –> 00:36:32,353
– What?
– Canceled.

668
00:36:32,355 –> 00:36:34,689
– Come on.
KATHY: You know…

669
00:36:34,691 –> 00:36:38,493
I expect this kind of
craziness from the boys.

670
00:36:38,495 –> 00:36:40,395
But I felt like
you were gonna help me

671
00:36:40,397 –> 00:36:42,098
keep things under control,
Sarah.

672
00:36:42,100 –> 00:36:43,532
Mom.

673
00:36:43,534 –> 00:36:45,366
I’m disappointed.

674
00:36:45,368 –> 00:36:47,103
– Come on. Mom.
– Mom, please.

675
00:36:47,105 –> 00:36:48,271
(DOOR SLAMS)

676
00:36:50,240 –> 00:36:52,977
Not as disappointed
as I am.

677
00:36:54,011 –> 00:36:56,280
My room.
Now.

678
00:37:01,053 –> 00:37:02,585
We’ve got a problem.

679
00:37:02,587 –> 00:37:05,055
Yeah. I have never seen
your mom that mad.

680
00:37:05,057 –> 00:37:07,423
I’m talking about
the psycho dummy on our couch.

681
00:37:07,425 –> 00:37:11,161
Did somebody call
a family meeting without me?

682
00:37:11,163 –> 00:37:13,362
No, no. Slappy,
why would you think that?

683
00:37:13,364 –> 00:37:16,933
We were just planning
a surprise party for you.

684
00:37:16,935 –> 00:37:20,370
Well, I’ve got a surprise
for the three of you.

685
00:37:20,372 –> 00:37:22,773
This is my house now.

686
00:37:22,775 –> 00:37:24,775
And under my roof,

687
00:37:24,777 –> 00:37:26,576
I make the rules.

688
00:37:26,578 –> 00:37:29,679
Sorry, but you just got voted
out of this family.

689
00:37:29,681 –> 00:37:31,784
– Huh Aah!
SAM: Oh!

690
00:37:36,890 –> 00:37:39,289
What do we do with him now?

691
00:37:39,291 –> 00:37:40,558
Fireplace.

692
00:37:40,560 –> 00:37:42,059
No. No way.

693
00:37:42,061 –> 00:37:44,228
I would have nightmares
the rest of my life.

694
00:37:44,230 –> 00:37:47,465
No. I have a better idea.

695
00:37:47,467 –> 00:37:49,467
(♪♪♪)

696
00:37:49,469 –> 00:37:52,770
SONNY: Ugh. We’ve
been walking forever.

697
00:37:52,772 –> 00:37:55,640
It’s like this whole place
is made of poison ivy.

698
00:37:55,642 –> 00:37:57,608
SAM:
Stop complaining.

699
00:37:57,610 –> 00:37:59,180
How much farther is it?

700
00:37:59,847 –> 00:38:01,113
Here.

701
00:38:01,115 –> 00:38:03,650
This should work.

702
00:38:06,120 –> 00:38:09,087
Am I the only one that feels
like we’re committing a crime?

703
00:38:09,089 –> 00:38:12,459
It’s a dummy. The only crime
we’re committing is littering.

704
00:38:13,394 –> 00:38:15,961
– Ready?
– Yeah, yeah.

705
00:38:15,963 –> 00:38:17,998
Okay, watch out.

706
00:38:20,000 –> 00:38:21,535
(GRUNTS)

707
00:38:30,245 –> 00:38:31,980
It’s done.

708
00:38:33,648 –> 00:38:35,217
Let’s get out of here.

709
00:38:40,021 –> 00:38:41,323
SAM: Sonny, come on.

710
00:38:54,502 –> 00:38:56,036
We just killed a puppet.

711
00:38:56,038 –> 00:38:58,172
Trust me, we had to.

712
00:38:58,174 –> 00:39:00,241
And I say we just
forget it ever happened,

713
00:39:00,243 –> 00:39:02,076
because no one
will believe us anyway.

714
00:39:02,078 –> 00:39:03,344
It’s over.

715
00:39:03,346 –> 00:39:05,012
He’s locked in a suitcase.

716
00:39:05,014 –> 00:39:07,581
There’s no way
that dummy’s getting out.

717
00:39:07,583 –> 00:39:09,919
(ALL SCREAMING)

718
00:39:11,821 –> 00:39:14,455
Who you calling “dummy,”
dummy?

719
00:39:14,457 –> 00:39:15,892
(TIRES SQUEALING)

720
00:39:19,296 –> 00:39:20,661
What do you want from us?

721
00:39:20,663 –> 00:39:23,464
I just want to be
part of the family.

722
00:39:23,466 –> 00:39:25,601
SONNY: He’s gonna break
through the windshield.

723
00:39:29,405 –> 00:39:31,873
(TIRES SCREECH)
(SLAPPY SCREAMS)

724
00:39:31,875 –> 00:39:33,043
(ALL PANTING)

725
00:39:37,848 –> 00:39:39,080
Is everyone okay?

726
00:39:39,082 –> 00:39:40,550
SAM: Yeah.
Think so.

727
00:39:42,185 –> 00:39:45,053
Where’s Slappy?

728
00:39:45,055 –> 00:39:48,293
Guys, I think we just made
things a thousand times worse.

729
00:39:49,793 –> 00:39:51,728
(♪♪♪)

730
00:39:58,937 –> 00:40:01,404
I’ve been driving
In my car

731
00:40:01,406 –> 00:40:03,639
Trying to find
Some sign of life

732
00:40:03,641 –> 00:40:06,075
One is a guy
That is kind of creepy

733
00:40:06,077 –> 00:40:08,313
It’s a little stickling
Said sleepy

734
00:40:09,714 –> 00:40:12,048
KIDS: Trick or treat!

735
00:40:12,050 –> 00:40:13,883
CHU: There you go, Hank.

736
00:40:13,885 –> 00:40:16,452
All right,
come on in. Zoink!

737
00:40:16,454 –> 00:40:18,355
Step right up.
Don’t be scared.

738
00:40:18,357 –> 00:40:21,058
Welcome to my haunted house.

739
00:40:21,060 –> 00:40:22,491
Boo!

740
00:40:22,493 –> 00:40:25,128
All right.
Here you go. Happy Halloween.

741
00:40:25,130 –> 00:40:27,864
(ROARS AND KIDS LAUGH)

742
00:40:27,866 –> 00:40:30,767
Hey, what’s up, my witches?

743
00:40:30,769 –> 00:40:32,436
Little Frankenstein humor.

744
00:40:32,438 –> 00:40:33,704
Zoink!

745
00:40:33,706 –> 00:40:34,972
Beat it.

746
00:40:34,974 –> 00:40:37,541
(CHU CACKLES)

747
00:40:37,543 –> 00:40:38,942
Here you go.

748
00:40:38,944 –> 00:40:40,210
Bye-bye!

749
00:40:40,212 –> 00:40:42,213
Hey, my princess.

750
00:40:42,215 –> 00:40:43,448
Bye-bye!

751
00:40:43,450 –> 00:40:45,283
Hey, my cowboy.

752
00:40:45,285 –> 00:40:48,054
BOY: I’m not a cowboy!
CHU: Yes, you are. Bye-bye!

753
00:40:49,521 –> 00:40:51,788
“A mysterious disturbance
recently took place

754
00:40:51,790 –> 00:40:53,590
“in the town
of Madison, Delaware.

755
00:40:53,592 –> 00:40:56,861
“Neighborhoods were ravaged
and the high school destroyed.

756
00:40:56,863 –> 00:41:00,031
“An FBI spokesman said unusual
weather patterns were to blame,

757
00:41:00,033 –> 00:41:01,799
“but there were rumors
of a cover-up

758
00:41:01,801 –> 00:41:03,601
“for something far stranger.

759
00:41:03,603 –> 00:41:06,573
“Sightings of giant insects,
Abominable Snowmen, and even…

760
00:41:08,008 –> 00:41:09,841
…an evil ventriloquist dummy.”

761
00:41:09,843 –> 00:41:11,609
Oh, we’re so dead.

762
00:41:11,611 –> 00:41:14,113
“Creatures believed to come
alive from the original

763
00:41:14,115 –> 00:41:16,148
manuscripts of horror author
R.L. Stine.”

764
00:41:16,150 –> 00:41:18,484
– The book.
– What book?

765
00:41:18,486 –> 00:41:21,353
In that abandoned house, we
found this old locked-up book.

766
00:41:21,355 –> 00:41:24,323
And when we unlocked it,
that’s when Slappy appeared.

767
00:41:24,325 –> 00:41:26,325
Yeah, but Tommy Madigan
took it from us.

768
00:41:26,327 –> 00:41:29,495
Well, how do you know the book
was written by R.L. Stine?

769
00:41:29,497 –> 00:41:30,965
Wait a second.

770
00:41:34,101 –> 00:41:36,602
“From 1979 to 1985,

771
00:41:36,604 –> 00:41:38,871
“legendary horror author
R.L. Stine

772
00:41:38,873 –> 00:41:40,639
lived in Wardenclyffe,
New York.”

773
00:41:40,641 –> 00:41:43,309
SARAH: Here?
– That’s not good.

774
00:41:43,311 –> 00:41:45,045
“Stine started
his writing career

775
00:41:45,047 –> 00:41:48,081
“with a since-unpublished novel
titled Haunted Halloween,

776
00:41:48,083 –> 00:41:50,016
“a tale of a demonic dummy
who sets out

777
00:41:50,018 –> 00:41:52,519
to create a family
of his own by…”

778
00:41:52,521 –> 00:41:54,320
By… By what?

779
00:41:54,322 –> 00:41:56,625
By bringing Halloween
to life.

780
00:41:59,061 –> 00:42:00,962
(♪♪♪)

781
00:42:05,100 –> 00:42:08,034
I love a good holiday sale.

782
00:42:08,036 –> 00:42:09,604
(CACKLES)

783
00:42:17,612 –> 00:42:19,549
(HUMMING)

784
00:42:28,324 –> 00:42:31,225
Hello, old friends.

785
00:42:31,227 –> 00:42:34,895
If those kids don’t want me
to be a part of their family,

786
00:42:34,897 –> 00:42:38,101
I’ll raise one of my own.

787
00:42:39,436 –> 00:42:41,570
Karru marri

788
00:42:41,572 –> 00:42:47,209
odonna loma molonu karrano.

789
00:42:47,211 –> 00:42:48,946
Karru marri…

790
00:42:54,318 –> 00:42:56,253
Okay.

791
00:42:59,223 –> 00:43:01,125
(CHITTERING)

792
00:43:04,728 –> 00:43:07,230
(SQUEAKING)

793
00:43:07,232 –> 00:43:09,134
(TEETH CHATTERING)

794
00:43:20,879 –> 00:43:22,780
(SHRIEKING)

795
00:43:30,221 –> 00:43:32,123
(GROWLING)

796
00:43:36,761 –> 00:43:38,663
(BOTH GRUNTING)

797
00:43:45,638 –> 00:43:48,174
(GROANS)

798
00:43:49,074 –> 00:43:51,175
(HISSES)

799
00:43:51,177 –> 00:43:53,110
(GRUNTING)

800
00:43:53,112 –> 00:43:54,246
Yes.

801
00:43:57,183 –> 00:43:59,051
(HOWLS)

802
00:44:03,356 –> 00:44:05,356
(ROARS)

803
00:44:05,358 –> 00:44:06,992
(CLANK)

804
00:44:11,998 –> 00:44:13,531
(GASPS)

805
00:44:13,533 –> 00:44:16,436
(SLAPPY LAUGHING)
(MONSTERS GRUNTING AND GROWLING)

806
00:44:18,838 –> 00:44:20,707
SLAPPY: Trick or treat.

807
00:44:23,009 –> 00:44:24,911
(GRUNTING)

808
00:44:27,948 –> 00:44:29,548
(CACKLES)

809
00:44:29,550 –> 00:44:31,185
(GROANING)

810
00:44:35,389 –> 00:44:37,389
(GROANS)

811
00:44:37,391 –> 00:44:40,326
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

812
00:44:40,328 –> 00:44:43,097
Welcome
to the family,

813
00:44:44,298 –> 00:44:45,667
Walter.

814
00:44:46,702 –> 00:44:48,169
(CHUCKLES)

815
00:44:49,671 –> 00:44:54,106
Serving families
is what I do. Heh, heh.

816
00:44:54,108 –> 00:44:56,875
Heh, heh. Come along,
then, brother.

817
00:44:56,877 –> 00:44:58,445
Just wait until you see

818
00:44:58,447 –> 00:45:01,914
what I have planned next
for this town.

819
00:45:01,916 –> 00:45:04,917
(CACKLES)

820
00:45:04,919 –> 00:45:06,821
(VAMPIRE LAUGHING)

821
00:45:13,962 –> 00:45:15,795
Guys, this is bad.

822
00:45:15,797 –> 00:45:17,931
This is really,
really bad.

823
00:45:17,933 –> 00:45:20,400
You know what we need to do?
We need to call the police.

824
00:45:20,402 –> 00:45:22,470
And tell them what?
That an evil dummy

825
00:45:22,472 –> 00:45:24,237
is about to bring
Halloween to life?

826
00:45:24,239 –> 00:45:25,905
– Yes!
SARAH: Great idea, Sam.

827
00:45:25,907 –> 00:45:27,275
They’ll come and arrest us.

828
00:45:27,277 –> 00:45:29,410
– Wait, guys, I found a number.
– For Stine?

829
00:45:29,412 –> 00:45:31,445
No, says here
nobody knows where he is,

830
00:45:31,447 –> 00:45:33,180
but this is for
Richard Shivers.

831
00:45:33,182 –> 00:45:37,784
He’s the president of the
R.L. Stine Appreciation Society.

832
00:45:37,786 –> 00:45:39,954
– What are you doing?
– I’m calling.

833
00:45:39,956 –> 00:45:42,290
(LINE RINGING)

834
00:45:42,292 –> 00:45:45,126
RECORDING: Good day, you’ve
reached Dr. Richard Shivers

835
00:45:45,128 –> 00:45:47,596
and the R.L. Stine
Appreciation Society.

836
00:45:47,598 –> 00:45:49,864
If you’re trying to
reach Stine, don’t bother.

837
00:45:49,866 –> 00:45:52,033
Otherwise,
leave a message.

838
00:45:52,035 –> 00:45:54,536
SARAH: Hi, Mr. Shivers,
my name is Sarah Quinn.

839
00:45:54,538 –> 00:45:56,371
I live in
Wardenclyffe, New York.

840
00:45:56,373 –> 00:45:59,408
I desperately need to
get in touch with R.L. Stine.

841
00:45:59,410 –> 00:46:00,975
This is gonna sound crazy,

842
00:46:00,977 –> 00:46:03,679
but I think one of his stories
has come to life.

843
00:46:03,681 –> 00:46:04,946
(BEEPS)

844
00:46:04,948 –> 00:46:06,748
Hi, Mr. Shivers…

845
00:46:06,750 –> 00:46:08,817
Well…

846
00:46:08,819 –> 00:46:11,119
Looks like we’re on our own.

847
00:46:11,121 –> 00:46:12,921
Wait,
where are we going?

848
00:46:12,923 –> 00:46:16,091
To find Tommy Madigan
and get that book.

849
00:46:16,093 –> 00:46:17,326
Get that one.

850
00:46:17,328 –> 00:46:19,194
No way he’s gonna
be able to get that.

851
00:46:19,196 –> 00:46:20,463
Oh.

852
00:46:20,465 –> 00:46:22,699
SONNY: Tommy! Tommy!
SAM: Tommy! Hey.

853
00:46:22,701 –> 00:46:24,199
Tommy! Tommy!

854
00:46:24,201 –> 00:46:25,802
BOY:
What do these idiots want?

855
00:46:25,804 –> 00:46:27,069
I’ll take care
of this.

856
00:46:27,071 –> 00:46:28,571
SONNY: We need that book.

857
00:46:28,573 –> 00:46:30,640
– It’s really important.
– It’s super important.

858
00:46:30,642 –> 00:46:32,141
The book with
the lock on it.

859
00:46:32,143 –> 00:46:33,409
Okay, okay.
What book?

860
00:46:33,411 –> 00:46:35,011
The one you stole
from us, Tommy.

861
00:46:35,013 –> 00:46:36,746
Oh, yeah.
I’ve got it right here.

862
00:46:36,748 –> 00:46:38,681
– Oh, really?
– No, idiot.

863
00:46:38,683 –> 00:46:42,018
Why would I be carrying a book
around with me on Halloween?

864
00:46:42,020 –> 00:46:44,588
Now, go back home
with your babysitter.

865
00:46:44,590 –> 00:46:46,022
I’ll be there in a bit
to egg your house.

866
00:46:46,024 –> 00:46:47,458
Listen,
you little punk,

867
00:46:47,460 –> 00:46:49,593
I’m not the babysitter.
I’m Sonny’s sister.

868
00:46:49,595 –> 00:46:50,927
You’re gonna give us
that book back

869
00:46:50,929 –> 00:46:52,763
or I’ll make your life
a living hell.

870
00:46:52,765 –> 00:46:55,699
The only thing you’ll use that
toilet paper for is to wipe…

871
00:46:55,701 –> 00:46:58,135
Okay. God, you don’t have
to be so mean about it.

872
00:46:58,137 –> 00:47:00,037
Let’s get
out of here.

873
00:47:00,039 –> 00:47:02,408
Book’s at my house
in my room.

874
00:47:04,343 –> 00:47:08,680
But it’s hidden, so good luck
finding it, losers. Heh, heh.

875
00:47:08,682 –> 00:47:10,751
(SHRIEKING IN DISTANCE)

876
00:47:13,653 –> 00:47:15,555
(♪♪♪)

877
00:47:20,494 –> 00:47:22,763
(ALL GASP)

878
00:47:24,698 –> 00:47:27,198
Those are some
awesome costumes.

879
00:47:27,200 –> 00:47:29,334
(SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

880
00:47:29,336 –> 00:47:31,605
(BOYS SCREAMING)

881
00:47:32,672 –> 00:47:35,008
(SCREAMING)

882
00:47:36,711 –> 00:47:37,944
Is this actually
happening?

883
00:47:39,680 –> 00:47:42,147
(ALL YELL)

884
00:47:42,149 –> 00:47:43,684
Guys, we gotta find
that book!

885
00:47:49,189 –> 00:47:51,923
SLAPPY: Evening, Mr. Tesla.

886
00:47:51,925 –> 00:47:56,028
You don’t mind if we bring
your tower back to life, do you?

887
00:47:56,030 –> 00:47:57,932
(BOTH CACKLING)

888
00:48:01,436 –> 00:48:03,235
(QUIETLY)
What did he say?

889
00:48:03,237 –> 00:48:05,705
Shut up.

890
00:48:05,707 –> 00:48:08,875
SLAPPY: Tesla used this tower
to project electricity,

891
00:48:08,877 –> 00:48:11,076
but I’m going
to use this tower

892
00:48:11,078 –> 00:48:15,281
to project my magic
in ways he never imagined.

893
00:48:15,283 –> 00:48:19,586
It takes a genius
to know a genius.

894
00:48:19,588 –> 00:48:21,488
(POWERING UP)

895
00:48:21,490 –> 00:48:23,790
– Whoa.
– Heh-heh-heh.

896
00:48:23,792 –> 00:48:25,392
Come along,
Walter.

897
00:48:25,394 –> 00:48:26,793
We’ve got work
to do.

898
00:48:26,795 –> 00:48:28,263
Very well.
Let’s go.

899
00:48:31,667 –> 00:48:33,133
SONNY: This is Tommy’s house.

900
00:48:33,135 –> 00:48:36,171
Well, I guess
we just knock?

901
00:48:38,474 –> 00:48:40,608
SAM: Knock loud. He
lives with his grandma.

902
00:48:40,610 –> 00:48:41,778
(KNOCKS)

903
00:48:42,779 –> 00:48:44,412
Okay.

904
00:48:44,414 –> 00:48:45,880
(DOORBELL RINGS)

905
00:48:45,882 –> 00:48:48,114
Wait! Guys,
there she is.

906
00:48:48,116 –> 00:48:49,484
SONNY: She’s asleep.

907
00:48:49,486 –> 00:48:51,419
I guess we’ll just
have to wake her up.

908
00:48:51,421 –> 00:48:53,287
– Hello! Come on.
– Hello!

909
00:48:53,289 –> 00:48:55,656
– Hello!
– Tommy’s grandma!

910
00:48:55,658 –> 00:48:57,992
(SIGHS)
Wow.

911
00:48:57,994 –> 00:48:59,762
Guess she’s a deep sleeper.

912
00:49:02,465 –> 00:49:03,966
(SIGHS)
It’s locked.

913
00:49:03,968 –> 00:49:06,133
Find another way in
and go get that book.

914
00:49:06,135 –> 00:49:07,303
What are you gonna do?

915
00:49:10,006 –> 00:49:12,608
I’m gonna make sure
nothing surprises us. Go!

916
00:49:12,610 –> 00:49:14,776
(♪♪♪)

917
00:49:14,778 –> 00:49:16,680
(WINDOW CLATTERING)

918
00:49:26,858 –> 00:49:28,123
(BANGS)

919
00:49:28,125 –> 00:49:29,859
– Ow!
– Shh.

920
00:49:29,861 –> 00:49:32,795
What?

921
00:49:32,797 –> 00:49:36,467
(WHISPERING) I can’t believe we’re
breaking into someone’s house right now.

922
00:49:44,609 –> 00:49:47,145
Shh.

923
00:49:49,848 –> 00:49:51,781
(WHISPERING)
Hey, they got gummy bears.

924
00:49:51,783 –> 00:49:53,585
Who cares?
Stop screwing around.

925
00:49:55,021 –> 00:49:56,352
AUTOMATED VOICE: Hands off!

926
00:49:56,354 –> 00:49:58,256
(LAUGHS)

927
00:50:00,960 –> 00:50:03,293
Sam, stop
screwing around. Let’s go.

928
00:50:03,295 –> 00:50:04,931
– Okay, all right.
(CLICKS)

929
00:50:08,768 –> 00:50:10,636
SLAPPY: Watch this, Walter.

930
00:50:12,772 –> 00:50:14,438
WALTER: Whoa. Whoa.

931
00:50:14,440 –> 00:50:16,740
(LAUGHING)

932
00:50:16,742 –> 00:50:21,211
Why settle for
a small family, Walter,

933
00:50:21,213 –> 00:50:24,682
when we can project
my power everywhere

934
00:50:24,684 –> 00:50:27,886
and bring all of
Halloween to life?

935
00:50:27,888 –> 00:50:30,120
(LAUGHS)
Yeah.

936
00:50:30,122 –> 00:50:33,725
Karru marri odonna loma

937
00:50:33,727 –> 00:50:37,194
molonu karrano.
– Whoa.

938
00:50:37,196 –> 00:50:39,096
Karru marri

939
00:50:39,098 –> 00:50:43,935
odonna loma
molonu karrano.

940
00:50:43,937 –> 00:50:45,872
(BOTH CACKLING)

941
00:50:49,576 –> 00:50:51,411
(♪♪♪)

942
00:50:52,346 –> 00:50:54,247
(CACKLING CONTINUES)

943
00:51:01,355 –> 00:51:03,256
(ALL SHRIEKING)

944
00:51:07,260 –> 00:51:08,496
(BOTH SNICKERING)

945
00:51:12,166 –> 00:51:13,768
(GRUNTING)

946
00:51:19,173 –> 00:51:20,941
(NEIGHS)

947
00:51:20,943 –> 00:51:24,243
Hyah! Ha-ha-ha!

948
00:51:24,245 –> 00:51:27,146
(CACKLING)

949
00:51:27,148 –> 00:51:30,383
– Sam, I found it. Yeah.
– You found it?

950
00:51:30,385 –> 00:51:31,852
SONNY: “R.L. Stine.”

951
00:51:31,854 –> 00:51:33,722
How did we miss that?

952
00:51:35,624 –> 00:51:38,759
– That can’t be good.
– Yeah. We gotta go.

953
00:51:38,761 –> 00:51:40,663
(♪♪♪)

954
00:51:46,568 –> 00:51:48,235
Let’s just go
back out the window.

955
00:51:48,237 –> 00:51:49,505
SAM: All right.

956
00:51:51,607 –> 00:51:53,573
– Oh.
HAND: Ah!

957
00:51:53,575 –> 00:51:54,878
(YELLS)

958
00:51:56,112 –> 00:51:57,477
Sam!

959
00:51:57,479 –> 00:51:59,479
The hand
has my hand!

960
00:51:59,481 –> 00:52:01,482
Just rip it off!
Throw it!

961
00:52:01,484 –> 00:52:03,153
(HAND SNARLS)

962
00:52:06,923 –> 00:52:09,325
Sam. Turn around.

963
00:52:10,794 –> 00:52:11,928
They’re moving.

964
00:52:13,363 –> 00:52:14,963
Sonny,
they’re just gummy bears.

965
00:52:14,965 –> 00:52:17,066
They’re so tiny and cute.
What can they do?

966
00:52:17,068 –> 00:52:19,436
(CHITTERING)

967
00:52:21,671 –> 00:52:23,005
Hey there, little guys.

968
00:52:23,007 –> 00:52:24,807
Sam, you just ate
half their family.

969
00:52:24,809 –> 00:52:26,443
I would not do that
if I were you.

970
00:52:27,545 –> 00:52:29,545
(♪♪♪)

971
00:52:29,547 –> 00:52:31,549
(GUMMY BEARS GRUNTING, SNICKERING)

972
00:52:39,590 –> 00:52:41,657
Why are they walking
towards us?

973
00:52:41,659 –> 00:52:44,326
Okay. All right.
Maybe

974
00:52:44,328 –> 00:52:47,730
they just want us
to stay and play.

975
00:52:47,732 –> 00:52:48,900
(ALL ROAR)
(BOYS YELL)

976
00:52:53,805 –> 00:52:56,708
(♪♪♪)

977
00:53:00,078 –> 00:53:01,911
God, where is everyone?

978
00:53:01,913 –> 00:53:04,013
Oh, there’s one
on my back, Sam!

979
00:53:04,015 –> 00:53:05,715
Okay, okay!

980
00:53:05,717 –> 00:53:08,852
(GUMMY BEARS GIGGLING)

981
00:53:08,854 –> 00:53:11,721
– Pull harder!
– I’m trying!

982
00:53:11,723 –> 00:53:13,289
– Whoa.
BEAR: Ha-ha-ha!

983
00:53:13,291 –> 00:53:14,691
Go for the window, Sam!

984
00:53:14,693 –> 00:53:15,962
I’m coming!

985
00:53:17,764 –> 00:53:18,931
Whoa!

986
00:53:21,433 –> 00:53:23,335
(SNARLING)

987
00:53:27,039 –> 00:53:29,509
(GLASS SHATTERING)

988
00:53:30,777 –> 00:53:32,678
(GRUNTING)

989
00:53:35,148 –> 00:53:38,484
Just! Stop! Giggling!

990
00:53:42,388 –> 00:53:44,390
(GRUNTING)

991
00:53:47,360 –> 00:53:49,293
Sam! I need some help
over here…

992
00:53:49,295 –> 00:53:52,363
(WAILING)
Sonny!

993
00:53:52,365 –> 00:53:54,268
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

994
00:53:57,370 –> 00:53:58,703
Mom, we’re under attack!

995
00:53:58,705 –> 00:54:00,472
Sonny, what are you
talking about?

996
00:54:00,474 –> 00:54:02,109
Where’s Sarah?
Who’s attacking you?

997
00:54:03,977 –> 00:54:05,610
Gummy bears.

998
00:54:05,612 –> 00:54:07,579
KATHY: What Honey, you’re mumbling.

999
00:54:07,581 –> 00:54:08,814
Put Sarah on the phone.

1000
00:54:08,816 –> 00:54:10,315
(GROWLS)

1001
00:54:10,317 –> 00:54:11,984
KATHY: Sonny.
BEAR: Whee!

1002
00:54:11,986 –> 00:54:13,953
(GRUNTING)

1003
00:54:13,955 –> 00:54:15,188
KATHY: What…?

1004
00:54:15,190 –> 00:54:16,856
Okay, that’s it.

1005
00:54:16,858 –> 00:54:19,524
Do not leave the house!
I’m coming home.

1006
00:54:19,526 –> 00:54:21,461
(GRUNTING CONTINUES)

1007
00:54:34,876 –> 00:54:36,143
(PANTING)

1008
00:54:36,145 –> 00:54:38,145
Sonny, help!

1009
00:54:38,147 –> 00:54:39,512
Sam, I’m coming!

1010
00:54:39,514 –> 00:54:41,183
Hurry!

1011
00:54:45,620 –> 00:54:47,821
(BEAR YELLING)

1012
00:54:47,823 –> 00:54:49,725
(LITTLE BEARS SQUEALING)

1013
00:55:04,006 –> 00:55:08,642
No, no, no!
You’ll never take me alive!

1014
00:55:08,644 –> 00:55:10,146
(BEAR SCREAMS)

1015
00:55:12,148 –> 00:55:14,849
That is my new favorite book.

1016
00:55:14,851 –> 00:55:17,551
– You okay?
– I think.

1017
00:55:17,553 –> 00:55:19,419
Let’s get out of here.

1018
00:55:19,421 –> 00:55:20,822
(ALL YELL)

1019
00:55:20,824 –> 00:55:22,423
What are you guys
doing in there?

1020
00:55:22,425 –> 00:55:24,692
Oh, no big deal, really.
Just being mauled

1021
00:55:24,694 –> 00:55:26,194
by my favorite
comfort food!

1022
00:55:26,196 –> 00:55:27,695
Wait. Just stop.
Stop, stop!

1023
00:55:27,697 –> 00:55:29,697
What are you guys
even talking about?

1024
00:55:29,699 –> 00:55:31,733
Everything is alive, Sarah.
Even candy.

1025
00:55:31,735 –> 00:55:34,069
Well, is that the book?
Let’s read it.

1026
00:55:34,071 –> 00:55:36,571
There’s something you need
to know about this book.

1027
00:55:36,573 –> 00:55:37,940
What?

1028
00:55:37,942 –> 00:55:39,540
(HOWLING IN DISTANCE)

1029
00:55:39,542 –> 00:55:40,843
Look out!

1030
00:55:40,845 –> 00:55:42,980
(GROWLS)
(GRUNTS)

1031
00:55:44,614 –> 00:55:46,717
– Whoa!
(RASPING)

1032
00:56:02,367 –> 00:56:04,767
That’s what.

1033
00:56:04,769 –> 00:56:06,769
This is not
a normal book, Sarah.

1034
00:56:06,771 –> 00:56:08,706
(PANTING)

1035
00:56:15,247 –> 00:56:16,780
Who would write this?

1036
00:56:16,782 –> 00:56:18,717
(♪♪♪)

1037
00:56:29,128 –> 00:56:30,330
(ENGINE REVS)

1038
00:56:34,599 –> 00:56:37,703
They did the monster mash
The monster mash

1039
00:56:39,238 –> 00:56:41,040
Oh, what is this?

1040
00:56:41,975 –> 00:56:43,607
Okay.

1041
00:56:43,609 –> 00:56:44,777
– Huh?
– Oh!

1042
00:56:46,846 –> 00:56:49,448
– Hyah!
– Oh, you rehearsed that, did you?

1043
00:56:49,450 –> 00:56:53,086
Best costume of the night, sir.

1044
00:56:54,821 –> 00:56:56,756
(ALL LAUGHING)

1045
00:56:58,125 –> 00:56:59,458
(ROARS)

1046
00:56:59,460 –> 00:57:01,028
(SCREAMING)

1047
00:57:02,162 –> 00:57:04,098
(SNARLING)

1048
00:57:05,565 –> 00:57:07,565
(ALL SCREAMING)

1049
00:57:07,567 –> 00:57:08,900
(LAUGHS)

1050
00:57:08,902 –> 00:57:10,268
(HORN HONKS)

1051
00:57:10,270 –> 00:57:12,471
(SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1052
00:57:12,473 –> 00:57:13,974
GIRL: Go!

1053
00:57:14,775 –> 00:57:16,677
(SIRENS WAILING)

1054
00:57:22,317 –> 00:57:24,149
WOMAN: Look out, look out! Ah!

1055
00:57:24,151 –> 00:57:26,785
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1056
00:57:26,787 –> 00:57:28,187
MAN: What’s going on?

1057
00:57:28,189 –> 00:57:30,925
There! Let’s take
the alley. It’s empty.

1058
00:57:34,896 –> 00:57:36,561
Wait, wait!

1059
00:57:36,563 –> 00:57:39,198
We need to read the book
and see how we can end this.

1060
00:57:39,200 –> 00:57:41,868
Let me see.

1061
00:57:41,870 –> 00:57:44,570
“It was nearly Halloween
in the town of Wardenclyffe…”

1062
00:57:44,572 –> 00:57:46,739
Blah, blah, blah. Here!

1063
00:57:46,741 –> 00:57:48,475
“His revenge
was to create a family

1064
00:57:48,477 –> 00:57:51,177
by bringing Halloween to life,
but that wasn’t enough.”

1065
00:57:51,179 –> 00:57:53,147
That seems like
plenty of revenge to me.

1066
00:57:53,149 –> 00:57:56,584
“Because he wanted more than
a family. He wanted a mother.

1067
00:57:59,288 –> 00:58:01,390
His plan was to…”

1068
00:58:02,624 –> 00:58:04,224
Was to what?
Keep reading.

1069
00:58:04,226 –> 00:58:05,859
I-I-I can’t.

1070
00:58:05,861 –> 00:58:10,464
That was the last page.
It’s an unfinished manuscript.

1071
00:58:10,466 –> 00:58:12,234
What?

1072
00:58:13,537 –> 00:58:14,937
Okay, great.
What do we do now?

1073
00:58:16,172 –> 00:58:18,038
Slappy’s gonna go after Mom.

1074
00:58:18,040 –> 00:58:21,309
That book is the only thing
we have to stop him.

1075
00:58:21,311 –> 00:58:23,644
We have to go to
the nursing home and save her.

1076
00:58:23,646 –> 00:58:25,579
Mom’s not at
the nursing home.

1077
00:58:25,581 –> 00:58:27,681
Where is she?

1078
00:58:27,683 –> 00:58:30,885
– On her way home to save us.
– What?

1079
00:58:30,887 –> 00:58:33,288
She called while we were
attacked by gummy bears.

1080
00:58:33,290 –> 00:58:35,056
Why answer
at a time like that?

1081
00:58:35,058 –> 00:58:38,193
Maybe because unlike you, Sarah,
I pick up Mom’s phone calls.

1082
00:58:38,195 –> 00:58:39,594
Really Guilt trip much?

1083
00:58:39,596 –> 00:58:41,763
We need to find your mom
before Slappy does.

1084
00:58:41,765 –> 00:58:43,466
Now, come on,
let’s go!

1085
00:58:43,468 –> 00:58:45,403
(♪♪♪)

1086
00:58:47,472 –> 00:58:50,573
Your woodworking skills
are impressive.

1087
00:58:50,575 –> 00:58:51,806
Yes.

1088
00:58:51,808 –> 00:58:53,975
This will do nicely.

1089
00:58:53,977 –> 00:58:56,845
Oh, I used to manage
a hardware store.

1090
00:58:56,847 –> 00:58:59,781
– Walter. Focus, please.
– Yes.

1091
00:58:59,783 –> 00:59:05,087
Now tell my monsters to get me
Mama and get me that book.

1092
00:59:05,089 –> 00:59:07,623
Yeah. Yes.

1093
00:59:07,625 –> 00:59:09,561
SARAH: Run!
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1094
00:59:12,864 –> 00:59:14,296
SAM: Duck!
(ALL SNARLING)

1095
00:59:14,298 –> 00:59:15,733
Look out!

1096
00:59:19,737 –> 00:59:22,239
(SPIDER ROARING)

1097
00:59:22,241 –> 00:59:23,408
What the…?

1098
00:59:25,144 –> 00:59:26,445
SONNY: That’s Mr. Peters!

1099
00:59:27,980 –> 00:59:29,779
(SIREN CHIRPING)

1100
00:59:29,781 –> 00:59:32,249
MAN 1: Nice doggy.
MAN 2: It’s right behind you!

1101
00:59:32,251 –> 00:59:34,017
MAN 1: Ah! Not on my leg!

1102
00:59:34,019 –> 00:59:37,254
KATHY: Help!

1103
00:59:37,256 –> 00:59:40,157
That’s Mom! That’s Mom!
Come on!

1104
00:59:40,159 –> 00:59:41,992
PIRATE: You bunch of scallywags!

1105
00:59:41,994 –> 00:59:43,660
KATHY: Kids, watch out!

1106
00:59:43,662 –> 00:59:44,830
(ALL YELL)

1107
00:59:46,698 –> 00:59:47,866
Behind you!

1108
00:59:53,805 –> 00:59:56,274
(SPIDER ROARING)

1109
00:59:56,276 –> 00:59:58,342
Okay, now’s our chance.

1110
00:59:58,344 –> 01:00:00,311
Give me the book.
I’m gonna protect Mom.

1111
01:00:00,313 –> 01:00:02,613
You get the ladder
and meet me at that tree.

1112
01:00:02,615 –> 01:00:04,484
– Wait till it’s safe, then go.
– Okay.

1113
01:00:06,487 –> 01:00:07,655
(GROANS)

1114
01:00:11,358 –> 01:00:12,859
(SKELETON YELLS)

1115
01:00:15,828 –> 01:00:17,462
(GASPS)

1116
01:00:17,464 –> 01:00:19,233
Okay, okay.

1117
01:00:24,171 –> 01:00:26,672
(WAILING)

1118
01:00:26,674 –> 01:00:30,809
Oh, my God! We’re all gonna die!
Run for your life! Ah!

1119
01:00:30,811 –> 01:00:32,744
(CRYING)
Oh, my God.

1120
01:00:32,746 –> 01:00:34,846
Oops. Not a monster.

1121
01:00:34,848 –> 01:00:36,248
SAM: All right, let’s go!

1122
01:00:36,250 –> 01:00:37,749
Come on!

1123
01:00:37,751 –> 01:00:39,251
Halt!

1124
01:00:39,253 –> 01:00:41,987
My orders are
to guard this porch!

1125
01:00:41,989 –> 01:00:43,223
No way.

1126
01:00:43,225 –> 01:00:44,856
You like carving pumpkins,
huh?

1127
01:00:44,858 –> 01:00:46,858
Look what you did
to poor Terry.

1128
01:00:46,860 –> 01:00:49,028
Hiya! I’m round.

1129
01:00:49,030 –> 01:00:51,199
Sergeant Squash,
open fire.

1130
01:00:53,368 –> 01:00:55,068
Oh. Ow!

1131
01:00:55,070 –> 01:00:56,871
(GRUNTING)

1132
01:01:03,078 –> 01:01:04,744
We need to find
another way in!

1133
01:01:04,746 –> 01:01:06,714
No. This is my house.

1134
01:01:06,716 –> 01:01:08,684
SERGEANT: I’m hit! Medic!

1135
01:01:09,985 –> 01:01:11,552
What are you doing?
Put me down!

1136
01:01:11,554 –> 01:01:13,187
Hiya! Happy Easter.

1137
01:01:13,189 –> 01:01:14,588
– No, no!
TERRY: Ugh!

1138
01:01:14,590 –> 01:01:17,057
Yes! Let’s go.

1139
01:01:17,059 –> 01:01:20,027
Sarah, I was so worried.
Are you okay?

1140
01:01:20,029 –> 01:01:21,395
I’m fine.
Just hang tight.

1141
01:01:21,397 –> 01:01:23,364
I’m gonna get you down.
I promise.

1142
01:01:23,366 –> 01:01:24,865
I just need you to trust me.

1143
01:01:24,867 –> 01:01:27,034
KATHY: Don’t worry about me. Run. Hide!

1144
01:01:27,036 –> 01:01:28,871
Ghost at 11 o’clock!

1145
01:01:31,107 –> 01:01:34,110
No, no, no! Get back here!

1146
01:01:37,547 –> 01:01:38,814
(YELLS)

1147
01:01:40,250 –> 01:01:42,717
SARAH: That’s my book! Ah!

1148
01:01:42,719 –> 01:01:44,121
We gotta go.

1149
01:01:46,056 –> 01:01:49,291
(SARAH SCREAMING)

1150
01:01:49,293 –> 01:01:52,227
Sarah!
Sarah, let go of that ghost!

1151
01:01:52,229 –> 01:01:54,764
Do not let go
of that ghost!

1152
01:01:54,766 –> 01:01:55,932
(SCREAMS)

1153
01:01:58,736 –> 01:02:01,236
– You okay?
– No, that ghost took the book.

1154
01:02:01,238 –> 01:02:02,406
(SPIDER ROARS)

1155
01:02:04,742 –> 01:02:07,208
SONNY: Mom!
– Oh, kids. Help!

1156
01:02:07,210 –> 01:02:08,778
No, no, no!

1157
01:02:08,780 –> 01:02:10,879
– Sarah!
SARAH: Mom!

1158
01:02:10,881 –> 01:02:14,216
(KATHY SCREAMING)

1159
01:02:14,218 –> 01:02:16,585
SONNY: It’s heading for the Tesla lab.

1160
01:02:16,587 –> 01:02:18,220
Slappy brought
the tower to life.

1161
01:02:18,222 –> 01:02:19,622
That’s why
this is happening.

1162
01:02:19,624 –> 01:02:20,925
We have to stop him.

1163
01:02:22,260 –> 01:02:24,795
Uh, guys?

1164
01:02:24,797 –> 01:02:26,197
(ALL SNARLING, HISSING)

1165
01:02:27,566 –> 01:02:29,733
Sonny, what do we do?

1166
01:02:29,735 –> 01:02:31,336
I don’t know.
You’re the older one.

1167
01:02:32,471 –> 01:02:34,707
(ALL SCREAMING)

1168
01:02:35,940 –> 01:02:37,509
No, no, no.
It’s me, Mr. Chu!

1169
01:02:38,544 –> 01:02:40,042
Mr. Chu?

1170
01:02:40,044 –> 01:02:43,879
Shh! Follow me!
To the basement now!

1171
01:02:43,881 –> 01:02:45,615
Don’t ruin the Mylar.

1172
01:02:45,617 –> 01:02:48,153
I’m saving it for next year.
Go, go, go.

1173
01:02:49,823 –> 01:02:51,823
(♪♪♪)

1174
01:02:51,825 –> 01:02:53,727
(ENGINE REVVING)

1175
01:02:55,461 –> 01:02:57,060
Let me get this straight.

1176
01:02:57,062 –> 01:03:00,565
We are living a Goosebumps
story right now?

1177
01:03:00,567 –> 01:03:02,232
Okay, clearly you’re a fan.

1178
01:03:02,234 –> 01:03:04,369
This is the greatest thing
I’ve ever heard!

1179
01:03:04,371 –> 01:03:07,271
Hold on. Let me guess, let me
guess, let me guess. Um…

1180
01:03:07,273 –> 01:03:08,806
Monster Blood.

1181
01:03:08,808 –> 01:03:11,776
No, too on the nose.
Yeah, you’re right. Um…

1182
01:03:11,778 –> 01:03:14,679
The Scarecrow Walks
at Midnight.

1183
01:03:14,681 –> 01:03:16,881
No. Haunted Halloween.

1184
01:03:16,883 –> 01:03:20,118
I don’t know that one.
How does it end?

1185
01:03:20,120 –> 01:03:21,953
That’s the problem.

1186
01:03:21,955 –> 01:03:23,454
It doesn’t.

1187
01:03:23,456 –> 01:03:25,358
(THUNDER RUMBLES)
(COIL CRACKLING)

1188
01:03:29,329 –> 01:03:31,231
(MUFFLED GRUNTING)

1189
01:03:32,500 –> 01:03:33,866
Mm! Mm!

1190
01:03:33,868 –> 01:03:35,467
Hello, Mama.

1191
01:03:35,469 –> 01:03:37,236
Remember me?

1192
01:03:37,238 –> 01:03:39,405
You put me on your lap.

1193
01:03:39,407 –> 01:03:41,774
Put those cute words
in my mouth.

1194
01:03:41,776 –> 01:03:45,544
What was it you called me?
“Bobo” Ha-ha-ha.

1195
01:03:45,546 –> 01:03:47,579
Can’t talk?

1196
01:03:47,581 –> 01:03:49,515
Don’t you worry.

1197
01:03:49,517 –> 01:03:53,452
From now on, I’ll do
the talking for both of us.

1198
01:03:53,454 –> 01:03:55,622
(SLAPPY & WALTER CACKLE)

1199
01:03:55,624 –> 01:03:58,926
I’m gonna make you
so proud, Mama.

1200
01:04:00,762 –> 01:04:03,563
Onarrak unolom

1201
01:04:03,565 –> 01:04:05,365
amol

1202
01:04:05,367 –> 01:04:07,367
annodo irram

1203
01:04:07,369 –> 01:04:09,001
urrak.

1204
01:04:09,003 –> 01:04:11,104
(KATHY WHIMPERING)

1205
01:04:11,106 –> 01:04:13,072
(LAUGHING)
– It’s working.

1206
01:04:13,074 –> 01:04:14,543
Yes.

1207
01:04:17,112 –> 01:04:19,780
(CACKLES)

1208
01:04:19,782 –> 01:04:21,114
(IMITATES EXPLOSION)

1209
01:04:21,116 –> 01:04:24,050
My mind is literally
blown right now.

1210
01:04:24,052 –> 01:04:27,253
I mean, we get to finish
our Goosebumps story!

1211
01:04:27,255 –> 01:04:29,623
This isn’t a creative-writing
exercise, Mr. Chu.

1212
01:04:29,625 –> 01:04:31,425
Slappy has our mom!

1213
01:04:31,427 –> 01:04:34,462
Yeah, and then you get to
save your mom. It’s Chapter 22:

1214
01:04:34,464 –> 01:04:37,531
“The kids save their mom
from the demonic dummy.”

1215
01:04:37,533 –> 01:04:39,834
Well, the only thing
I had to save my mom

1216
01:04:39,836 –> 01:04:42,636
was that book,
and I lost it. So…

1217
01:04:42,638 –> 01:04:45,172
Sarah. This is not
your fault.

1218
01:04:45,174 –> 01:04:46,974
If anything, it’s my fault.

1219
01:04:46,976 –> 01:04:49,845
I’m the one who found the book
and brought Slappy to life.

1220
01:04:49,847 –> 01:04:51,580
And I even told Slappy
about Tesla.

1221
01:04:51,582 –> 01:04:53,515
Mom trusted me to
take care of you guys,

1222
01:04:53,517 –> 01:04:55,484
and I told her
I would save her.

1223
01:04:55,486 –> 01:04:57,286
I failed.

1224
01:04:58,822 –> 01:05:00,689
I know I always say that
I can’t wait

1225
01:05:00,691 –> 01:05:03,492
to go to college
and get started on my real life,

1226
01:05:03,494 –> 01:05:05,796
but you guys are my life.

1227
01:05:07,998 –> 01:05:10,232
This is a classic
Goosebumps moment.

1228
01:05:10,234 –> 01:05:12,067
Do you remember
Say Cheese and Die…?

1229
01:05:12,069 –> 01:05:14,069
– This is real life, Chu!
– Okay.

1230
01:05:14,071 –> 01:05:17,773
Guys, Slappy is using the Tesla
Tower to power Halloween.

1231
01:05:17,775 –> 01:05:19,441
If I can get in there,
maybe I can

1232
01:05:19,443 –> 01:05:21,076
shut it off,
and we can save Mom.

1233
01:05:21,078 –> 01:05:22,745
But there’s
monsters everywhere.

1234
01:05:22,747 –> 01:05:24,279
How are we gonna
get past them?

1235
01:05:24,281 –> 01:05:25,781
Easy.

1236
01:05:25,783 –> 01:05:27,249
Camouflage.

1237
01:05:27,251 –> 01:05:28,686
(♪♪♪)

1238
01:05:30,153 –> 01:05:31,990
Welcome to my crafts lab.

1239
01:05:33,258 –> 01:05:35,124
Wow.

1240
01:05:35,126 –> 01:05:39,262
Steady on my grind and got no
Time for playing games

1241
01:05:39,264 –> 01:05:43,065
Money on my mind, I’m kicking
As I’m taking names

1242
01:05:43,067 –> 01:05:45,301
The heat is on
Get out the kitchen

1243
01:05:45,303 –> 01:05:47,169
If you can’t handle
The flames

1244
01:05:47,171 –> 01:05:49,405
I’m hustling
I was born to win

1245
01:05:49,407 –> 01:05:51,307
Ain’t never gonna change

1246
01:05:51,309 –> 01:05:55,579
Let me tell you now
I don’t know how

1247
01:05:55,581 –> 01:05:59,983
But the whole world’s
Gonna know my name

1248
01:05:59,985 –> 01:06:03,654
Just wait and see
They gon’ talk about me

1249
01:06:03,656 –> 01:06:06,757
Things ain’t never
Gon’ be the same

1250
01:06:06,759 –> 01:06:08,492
Are you ready

1251
01:06:08,494 –> 01:06:10,762
Are you ready

1252
01:06:10,764 –> 01:06:14,799
Better make way
‘Cause I’m coming through

1253
01:06:14,801 –> 01:06:16,668
Are you ready for me

1254
01:06:16,670 –> 01:06:19,136
Are you ready for me

1255
01:06:19,138 –> 01:06:23,541
You know I’m gonna be
Legendary

1256
01:06:23,543 –> 01:06:25,543
(ALL SNARLING)

1257
01:06:25,545 –> 01:06:27,179
Jeez,
they’re still everywhere.

1258
01:06:29,583 –> 01:06:31,384
It’s actually working.

1259
01:06:32,852 –> 01:06:34,852
Come on. We gotta
get to that tower.

1260
01:06:34,854 –> 01:06:36,756
(♪♪♪)

1261
01:06:40,427 –> 01:06:42,427
SONNY: I can’t believe
we’re really here.

1262
01:06:42,429 –> 01:06:44,128
I can barely see
out of this thing.

1263
01:06:44,130 –> 01:06:45,864
Is it cool?
Is it awesome?

1264
01:06:45,866 –> 01:06:48,366
(WHISPERING)
Hey, fanboy. Let’s focus.

1265
01:06:48,368 –> 01:06:49,670
Right. Sorry.

1266
01:06:51,706 –> 01:06:53,674
Let’s go.

1267
01:07:02,450 –> 01:07:03,984
(SNARLING)

1268
01:07:03,986 –> 01:07:05,284
(ALL GASP)

1269
01:07:05,286 –> 01:07:06,787
(GRUNTS)

1270
01:07:11,960 –> 01:07:14,596
SARAH: (SOFTLY)
Don’t. Move.

1271
01:07:18,033 –> 01:07:19,935
(GRUNTS)

1272
01:07:23,204 –> 01:07:24,906
Come on, let’s go.
Come on!

1273
01:07:36,986 –> 01:07:38,418
Look at this place.

1274
01:07:38,420 –> 01:07:40,620
SARAH: It’s so creepy.

1275
01:07:40,622 –> 01:07:42,190
Stay close.

1276
01:07:43,760 –> 01:07:45,662
(CHITTERING)

1277
01:07:49,432 –> 01:07:51,766
SAM: No wonder Tesla
abandoned this place.

1278
01:07:51,768 –> 01:07:58,439
Shh, shh, shh.
Do you hear that?

1279
01:07:58,441 –> 01:07:59,975
(SHRIEKING)

1280
01:07:59,977 –> 01:08:01,244
(YELLING)

1281
01:08:07,885 –> 01:08:09,318
Come on.

1282
01:08:13,891 –> 01:08:15,891
(MONSTER GROANS)

1283
01:08:15,893 –> 01:08:18,192
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1284
01:08:18,194 –> 01:08:19,863
(♪♪♪)

1285
01:08:30,175 –> 01:08:32,077
(GIRL SCREAMING)

1286
01:08:35,046 –> 01:08:36,344
STINE: Oh, no.

1287
01:08:36,346 –> 01:08:40,116
Not Haunted Halloween.

1288
01:08:40,118 –> 01:08:41,686
(DEATH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1289
01:08:42,954 –> 01:08:44,821
(GIRLS SCREAMING)

1290
01:08:44,823 –> 01:08:47,792
Oh, my writing was
so cliché back then.

1291
01:08:51,730 –> 01:08:55,565
I knew it! I knew I came up
with that first.

1292
01:08:55,567 –> 01:08:57,867
(SIREN WAILS)

1293
01:08:57,869 –> 01:09:01,370
That clever little dummy’s
writing his own ending.

1294
01:09:01,372 –> 01:09:03,239
Not in my book,
he’s not.

1295
01:09:03,241 –> 01:09:05,508
(BOTH SPEAKING GIBBERISH)

1296
01:09:05,510 –> 01:09:07,213
Oh, gnomes.

1297
01:09:08,714 –> 01:09:10,180
Don’t you dare.

1298
01:09:10,182 –> 01:09:11,414
Stay.

1299
01:09:11,416 –> 01:09:13,919
Ow! Son of a… Ah!

1300
01:09:15,286 –> 01:09:17,187
(WITCHES SHRIEKING)

1301
01:09:17,189 –> 01:09:19,456
Oh, witches!

1302
01:09:19,458 –> 01:09:21,859
Get away, witches!

1303
01:09:21,861 –> 01:09:24,764
(ENGINE REVS)

1304
01:09:26,432 –> 01:09:29,602
SAM: Guys, do you hear that?
– Shh!

1305
01:09:33,106 –> 01:09:34,371
Wow.

1306
01:09:34,373 –> 01:09:36,943
SARAH: Whoa.

1307
01:09:37,778 –> 01:09:40,512
(SLAPPY CACKLES)

1308
01:09:40,514 –> 01:09:42,247
Welcome.

1309
01:09:42,249 –> 01:09:44,384
Slappy.

1310
01:09:46,052 –> 01:09:47,287
(GRUNTING)

1311
01:09:49,422 –> 01:09:51,322
– Walter?
(GRUNTS)

1312
01:09:51,324 –> 01:09:53,025
Where’s my mother?

1313
01:09:53,027 –> 01:09:56,130
Don’t you mean our mother?

1314
01:10:00,835 –> 01:10:03,769
(IN RASPY VOICE)
There’s my sweet little babies.

1315
01:10:03,771 –> 01:10:07,072
I just love a family reunion.

1316
01:10:07,074 –> 01:10:10,308
– Mom.
– What did you do?

1317
01:10:10,310 –> 01:10:12,411
(ALL GASP)

1318
01:10:12,413 –> 01:10:14,413
SLAPPY: I had a papa once!

1319
01:10:14,415 –> 01:10:16,348
He let me down.

1320
01:10:16,350 –> 01:10:19,252
But a mother’s love
is forever.

1321
01:10:19,254 –> 01:10:21,054
Turn her back now,
you psycho!

1322
01:10:21,056 –> 01:10:22,788
Oh, should I?

1323
01:10:22,790 –> 01:10:27,393
Unfortunately,
I have other plans.

1324
01:10:27,395 –> 01:10:29,428
Walter!
The book, please.

1325
01:10:29,430 –> 01:10:30,598
Yes.

1326
01:10:32,600 –> 01:10:34,134
This book.

1327
01:10:34,136 –> 01:10:36,102
Go prepare the tower!

1328
01:10:36,104 –> 01:10:38,138
(GROWLS)

1329
01:10:38,140 –> 01:10:40,440
I’m going to do what
Stine couldn’t:

1330
01:10:40,442 –> 01:10:43,743
Finish this book,
once and for all.

1331
01:10:43,745 –> 01:10:45,647
(BOTH CACKLING)

1332
01:10:49,451 –> 01:10:52,220
(CHUCKLES)
Spoiler alert:

1333
01:10:52,222 –> 01:10:54,989
The manuscript gets destroyed
in that tower,

1334
01:10:54,991 –> 01:10:58,491
and my Halloween family
lasts forever!

1335
01:10:58,493 –> 01:11:01,696
Mama,
babysit the children for me.

1336
01:11:01,698 –> 01:11:03,496
Yes, dear.

1337
01:11:03,498 –> 01:11:05,666
We can’t let him
destroy that book.

1338
01:11:05,668 –> 01:11:09,439
Sonny, turn this thing off.
I’m going after Slappy.

1339
01:11:12,041 –> 01:11:14,141
Just you and me now,
Slappy.

1340
01:11:14,143 –> 01:11:19,181
Can’t hear you. I’m too far
ahead of you. Hee-hee-hee!

1341
01:11:19,183 –> 01:11:22,050
SONNY: This is amperage
and this is voltage?

1342
01:11:22,052 –> 01:11:23,886
None of these cables
make any sense.

1343
01:11:23,888 –> 01:11:25,787
What about here?
Start pulling levers.

1344
01:11:25,789 –> 01:11:28,156
– No, no, Sam, don’t!
– Ah!

1345
01:11:28,158 –> 01:11:30,526
Slappy booby-trapped
all this stuff.

1346
01:11:39,803 –> 01:11:41,570
(GASPS)

1347
01:11:41,572 –> 01:11:45,409
Careful, Sarah. It’d be a shame
to fall from that height.

1348
01:11:46,510 –> 01:11:48,311
(WITCH SHRIEKS)
(GASPS)

1349
01:11:48,313 –> 01:11:49,713
(YELLS)

1350
01:11:53,318 –> 01:11:55,417
Plenty more
where that came from.

1351
01:11:55,419 –> 01:11:57,419
(CACKLES)

1352
01:11:57,421 –> 01:11:59,758
Come on, Sonny,
turn this thing off.

1353
01:12:01,593 –> 01:12:04,093
Oh, no. Sonny hurry up.

1354
01:12:04,095 –> 01:12:05,828
Slappy’s at the top.
Do something.

1355
01:12:05,830 –> 01:12:07,230
I can’t do it, Sam.

1356
01:12:07,232 –> 01:12:09,732
Come on, Sonny.
You are the smartest kid I know.

1357
01:12:09,734 –> 01:12:12,269
Sam, I couldn’t even do
my little science project.

1358
01:12:12,271 –> 01:12:13,536
Slappy did that.

1359
01:12:13,538 –> 01:12:14,973
And even that one shorted out.

1360
01:12:18,044 –> 01:12:20,443
Wait. That’s it.

1361
01:12:20,445 –> 01:12:24,248
We turn it up. All the way up.
We blow the fuse.

1362
01:12:24,250 –> 01:12:26,016
– Yes!
– The fuse is over there.

1363
01:12:26,018 –> 01:12:27,920
(♪♪♪)

1364
01:12:31,357 –> 01:12:36,527
And now to finish this story
and destroy the town.

1365
01:12:36,529 –> 01:12:37,964
(GRUNTS)

1366
01:12:39,098 –> 01:12:40,267
No!

1367
01:12:42,102 –> 01:12:44,568
What do you think
you’re doing?

1368
01:12:44,570 –> 01:12:46,237
Writing my own ending.

1369
01:12:46,239 –> 01:12:47,738
Spoiler alert:
I save the town

1370
01:12:47,740 –> 01:12:49,309
and put you back
where you belong.

1371
01:12:52,112 –> 01:12:53,912
(GRUNTING)

1372
01:12:53,914 –> 01:12:55,612
SLAPPY: What’s the matter?

1373
01:12:55,614 –> 01:12:57,749
Writer’s block?

1374
01:12:57,751 –> 01:12:59,184
Again?

1375
01:12:59,186 –> 01:13:00,819
– Grab that lever. Yes.
– This one?

1376
01:13:00,821 –> 01:13:03,154
On my count,
we push up at the same time.

1377
01:13:03,156 –> 01:13:04,825
Ready Go!

1378
01:13:07,094 –> 01:13:08,229
(ALARM SOUNDING)

1379
01:13:16,337 –> 01:13:17,769
Give me the book.

1380
01:13:17,771 –> 01:13:19,040
(GRUNTING)

1381
01:13:20,975 –> 01:13:23,275
You’re not gonna
get this book, Slappy.

1382
01:13:23,277 –> 01:13:26,312
I have a friend
who might think otherwise.

1383
01:13:26,314 –> 01:13:27,982
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1384
01:13:29,283 –> 01:13:30,983
(SARAH YELLS)

1385
01:13:30,985 –> 01:13:32,887
(BALLOONS POPPING)

1386
01:13:36,425 –> 01:13:38,960
Nowhere else to run, sis!

1387
01:13:43,198 –> 01:13:46,732
Fine. You win, Slappy.

1388
01:13:46,734 –> 01:13:49,602
I’ll give you the book,
but you gotta turn my mom back.

1389
01:13:49,604 –> 01:13:51,140
Deal.

1390
01:13:56,445 –> 01:13:59,746
It all ends
Slappily ever after.

1391
01:13:59,748 –> 01:14:01,314
(CACKLES)

1392
01:14:01,316 –> 01:14:04,017
You forgot one thing:

1393
01:14:04,019 –> 01:14:05,919
Never judge a book
by its cover.

1394
01:14:05,921 –> 01:14:07,723
What?

1395
01:14:09,024 –> 01:14:10,324
No!

1396
01:14:10,326 –> 01:14:12,228
(BOTH YELL)

1397
01:14:17,934 –> 01:14:19,736
(GROANING)

1398
01:14:23,773 –> 01:14:25,942
(ALL GRUNTING)

1399
01:14:31,214 –> 01:14:33,415
(NORMALLY)
Sonny, what’s happening?

1400
01:14:33,417 –> 01:14:34,584
Mom.

1401
01:14:35,919 –> 01:14:37,854
We need to get out of here!

1402
01:14:39,756 –> 01:14:42,026
(SCREAMING)

1403
01:14:48,365 –> 01:14:50,267
(SPIDER SHRIEKING)

1404
01:15:14,758 –> 01:15:16,660
(YELLING)

1405
01:15:23,168 –> 01:15:24,537
(GROANING)

1406
01:15:28,574 –> 01:15:30,476
(PEOPLE CLAMORING)

1407
01:15:34,980 –> 01:15:36,580
(YELLS)

1408
01:15:36,582 –> 01:15:38,715
It’s working!

1409
01:15:38,717 –> 01:15:39,919
Go, kids!

1410
01:15:41,786 –> 01:15:43,122
(BRAKES SQUEAL)

1411
01:15:57,069 –> 01:15:58,470
(WOLF HOWLS)

1412
01:15:58,472 –> 01:16:00,039
(GROANING)

1413
01:16:08,515 –> 01:16:10,417
(PANTING)

1414
01:16:21,361 –> 01:16:22,696
Hello?

1415
01:16:23,997 –> 01:16:25,730
Someone called for me?

1416
01:16:25,732 –> 01:16:29,402
KATHY: Sarah Oh! Oh…
– Mom!

1417
01:16:29,404 –> 01:16:31,137
STINE: Hello?

1418
01:16:31,139 –> 01:16:33,472
I got your message.
I’m here.

1419
01:16:33,474 –> 01:16:35,675
Don’t worry.
Everything’s going to be okay.

1420
01:16:35,677 –> 01:16:38,010
I need typing paper,
a thesaurus,

1421
01:16:38,012 –> 01:16:40,112
Diet Coke,
and a quiet place to compose.

1422
01:16:40,114 –> 01:16:43,883
Preferably in a comfortable
chair with lumbar support.

1423
01:16:43,885 –> 01:16:46,687
Are you R.L. Stine?

1424
01:16:46,689 –> 01:16:49,623
Me No, I’m Dr. Seuss.
R.L. Stine was unavailable.

1425
01:16:49,625 –> 01:16:51,059
Yes, of course,
I’m R.L. Stine!

1426
01:16:52,827 –> 01:16:55,698
Then I guess this
belongs to you.

1427
01:16:56,632 –> 01:16:58,332
Don’t open it.

1428
01:16:58,334 –> 01:17:00,334
(GASPS)

1429
01:17:00,336 –> 01:17:02,735
My first book.

1430
01:17:02,737 –> 01:17:04,504
(SCOFFS)

1431
01:17:04,506 –> 01:17:08,175
You realize I wrote this
when I was around your age.

1432
01:17:08,177 –> 01:17:12,012
More of an amateur work, really,
but I am sure you’ll all agree

1433
01:17:12,014 –> 01:17:15,217
it shows the undeniable promise
of a brilliant young writer.

1434
01:17:16,352 –> 01:17:17,884
Why do you have
a typewriter?

1435
01:17:17,886 –> 01:17:20,254
I was going to
save you with it,

1436
01:17:20,256 –> 01:17:22,956
although it appears you found
a way to save yourselves.

1437
01:17:22,958 –> 01:17:25,693
– A typewriter?
– It’s been done before.

1438
01:17:25,695 –> 01:17:27,295
Once before.

1439
01:17:27,297 –> 01:17:29,230
Maybe twice.

1440
01:17:29,232 –> 01:17:30,964
Maybe more.

1441
01:17:30,966 –> 01:17:32,899
WALTER: Kathy?

1442
01:17:32,901 –> 01:17:35,203
Walter, manager
at Fred’s Pharmacy.

1443
01:17:35,205 –> 01:17:36,437
It’s nice to see you.

1444
01:17:36,439 –> 01:17:38,573
Hi. It’s nice to
see you too.

1445
01:17:38,575 –> 01:17:40,141
What are you doing here?

1446
01:17:40,143 –> 01:17:41,576
I don’t know.

1447
01:17:41,578 –> 01:17:43,945
Walter! Walter!
You got turned into a monster.

1448
01:17:43,947 –> 01:17:46,615
You were big, green, ugly.
You were Slappy’s henchman!

1449
01:17:46,617 –> 01:17:48,983
Weather patterns.
Very strange weather patterns.

1450
01:17:48,985 –> 01:17:51,152
But I think everything’s
back to normal now.

1451
01:17:51,154 –> 01:17:54,155
Fine. Okay, yeah,
the weather has been weird.

1452
01:17:54,157 –> 01:17:55,724
It’s true. Okay, thanks.

1453
01:17:55,726 –> 01:17:57,559
KATHY: What happened to your shirt?

1454
01:17:57,561 –> 01:17:59,094
WALTER: I don’t know.

1455
01:17:59,096 –> 01:18:01,063
(IN PIG LATIN)
Ixnay on the onsters-may.

1456
01:18:01,065 –> 01:18:03,065
– Go ahead, ollow-fay.
SONNY: What?

1457
01:18:03,067 –> 01:18:05,267
(IN ENGLISH)
Means “follow.” Pig Latin.

1458
01:18:05,269 –> 01:18:08,304
Oh, the youth today.

1459
01:18:08,306 –> 01:18:10,439
WALTER: So funny running into you.

1460
01:18:10,441 –> 01:18:14,276
Right I always hoped we’d run
into each other outside of work.

1461
01:18:14,278 –> 01:18:15,545
WALTER: Yeah, me too.

1462
01:18:15,547 –> 01:18:18,080
Hey, if you’re not
busy next week,

1463
01:18:18,082 –> 01:18:20,049
would you wanna
have some dinner?

1464
01:18:20,051 –> 01:18:22,719
– Yeah. Yeah, heh, heh.
– Yeah That’s awesome.

1465
01:18:22,721 –> 01:18:25,255
So they don’t remember
what happened to them?

1466
01:18:25,257 –> 01:18:26,623
The transmutation process

1467
01:18:26,625 –> 01:18:28,625
seems to have wiped
their memories clean.

1468
01:18:28,627 –> 01:18:31,127
All those who were affected
won’t remember a thing.

1469
01:18:31,129 –> 01:18:32,998
(TOMMY SCREAMS)

1470
01:18:38,437 –> 01:18:39,871
Tommy?

1471
01:18:41,574 –> 01:18:44,608
SAM: Are you okay?
– Oh, my God. Guys.

1472
01:18:44,610 –> 01:18:46,610
I had this crazy dream.

1473
01:18:46,612 –> 01:18:49,313
I’m so glad to see you.

1474
01:18:49,315 –> 01:18:51,782
You know, can’t believe
I’m saying this,

1475
01:18:51,784 –> 01:18:53,850
but I’m glad
to see you too, Tommy.

1476
01:18:53,852 –> 01:18:56,354
Kids falling
from the sky.

1477
01:18:56,356 –> 01:18:58,624
My work here is done.

1478
01:19:01,694 –> 01:19:03,361
I’m a writer too.

1479
01:19:03,363 –> 01:19:07,865
Well, an aspiring,
very stuck writer at the moment.

1480
01:19:07,867 –> 01:19:09,533
My condolences.

1481
01:19:09,535 –> 01:19:11,969
All the horrors
in the world can’t compare

1482
01:19:11,971 –> 01:19:14,508
to the terrors
of the blank page.

1483
01:19:17,143 –> 01:19:20,512
Um, any advice
on college essays?

1484
01:19:20,514 –> 01:19:23,582
Well, first rule of writing:
write what you know.

1485
01:19:23,584 –> 01:19:25,317
Thirty years,
and I couldn’t figure out

1486
01:19:25,319 –> 01:19:26,585
how this book should end.

1487
01:19:26,587 –> 01:19:27,986
And somehow you figured out

1488
01:19:27,988 –> 01:19:29,356
how to finish it
in one night.

1489
01:19:30,758 –> 01:19:32,557
I believe in you.

1490
01:19:32,559 –> 01:19:35,227
(ENGINE STARTS)

1491
01:19:35,229 –> 01:19:37,131
(♪♪♪)

1492
01:19:39,500 –> 01:19:42,236
Hm. “Write what you know.”

1493
01:19:43,705 –> 01:19:45,671
SARAH: Recount a time in your life

1494
01:19:45,673 –> 01:19:48,608
when you faced a fear,
challenge or failure.

1495
01:19:48,610 –> 01:19:51,009
I think most of us
are afraid

1496
01:19:51,011 –> 01:19:53,212
that we don’t have
a story to tell.

1497
01:19:53,214 –> 01:19:56,182
That there’s nothing
special about us.

1498
01:19:56,184 –> 01:19:59,051
And then a moment comes
when you least expect it

1499
01:19:59,053 –> 01:20:00,854
where you have to step up,

1500
01:20:00,856 –> 01:20:03,022
no matter
how terrified you are.

1501
01:20:03,024 –> 01:20:04,424
But what
I’ve learned is that

1502
01:20:04,426 –> 01:20:06,058
it’s good to be scared
sometimes.

1503
01:20:06,060 –> 01:20:08,428
Scared of losing
the people we love.

1504
01:20:08,430 –> 01:20:11,130
– Stop, stop!
– It’s a ventriloquist dummy.

1505
01:20:11,132 –> 01:20:13,032
– Oh.
– Really?

1506
01:20:13,034 –> 01:20:14,601
– That’s not funny, Mom.
– Too soon.

1507
01:20:14,603 –> 01:20:16,202
No, I like it.

1508
01:20:16,204 –> 01:20:18,205
Congratulations,
Sonny.

1509
01:20:18,207 –> 01:20:20,072
Thank you so much,
Principal Harrison.

1510
01:20:20,074 –> 01:20:22,609
SARAH: Or scared of not
achieving our dreams.

1511
01:20:22,611 –> 01:20:24,411
Because those moments
remind us

1512
01:20:24,413 –> 01:20:26,680
just how special
our stories really are.

1513
01:20:26,682 –> 01:20:28,317
– Here’s to us.
– Indeed.

1514
01:20:31,387 –> 01:20:34,388
– Hey, Sarah!
– Hi, Mr. Chu.

1515
01:20:34,390 –> 01:20:35,759
CHU: Watch this.

1516
01:20:36,693 –> 01:20:38,560
(MECHANICAL GRUNTS)

1517
01:20:38,562 –> 01:20:41,061
(CHUCKLES)
– I like it.

1518
01:20:41,063 –> 01:20:43,398
Yeah, I just made it
life-size this year.

1519
01:20:43,400 –> 01:20:45,733
You know, just in case.

1520
01:20:45,735 –> 01:20:47,702
No, seriously, you know,
just in case.

1521
01:20:47,704 –> 01:20:50,705
Right. I’ll see you later,
Mr. Chu.

1522
01:20:50,707 –> 01:20:52,207
Bye!

1523
01:20:52,209 –> 01:20:54,075
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

1524
01:20:54,077 –> 01:20:57,579
SARAH: And maybe when you
face enough of your fears

1525
01:20:57,581 –> 01:21:00,515
life stops being
so scary after all.

1526
01:21:00,517 –> 01:21:04,753
Now’s the day
To make our dreams alive

1527
01:21:04,755 –> 01:21:07,723
Hey, honey.

1528
01:21:07,725 –> 01:21:09,527
What happened?

1529
01:21:11,094 –> 01:21:12,394
I got in.

1530
01:21:12,396 –> 01:21:14,630
I knew it.
I knew you could do it.

1531
01:21:14,632 –> 01:21:16,499
Oh, I’m so proud
of you!

1532
01:21:16,501 –> 01:21:18,634
(LAUGHS)

1533
01:21:18,636 –> 01:21:20,636
I guess I’m proud.

1534
01:21:20,638 –> 01:21:24,507
– Thanks, Sonny.
– Come on, bring it in.

1535
01:21:24,509 –> 01:21:26,442
Congratulations.

1536
01:21:26,444 –> 01:21:28,945
(CHUCKLES)
Here, take off your jacket.

1537
01:21:28,947 –> 01:21:31,447
Guys, give her some
ornaments, please.

1538
01:21:31,449 –> 01:21:32,682
Oh, yeah,
yeah, yeah.

1539
01:21:32,684 –> 01:21:34,985
– I’m so happy!
– Ha-ha-ha!

1540
01:21:34,987 –> 01:21:37,321
– Here, put that right there.
– Yeah, I like that one.

1541
01:21:38,356 –> 01:21:39,525
(KEYS CLACKING)

1542
01:21:44,630 –> 01:21:46,899
Finally, a new book.

1543
01:21:50,302 –> 01:21:51,905
Yes.

1544
01:22:00,412 –> 01:22:01,812
(SIGHS)

1545
01:22:01,814 –> 01:22:04,314
SLAPPY: Hello, Papa.

1546
01:22:04,316 –> 01:22:06,918
Slappy! I thought
the book got you.

1547
01:22:06,920 –> 01:22:09,219
Maybe those others,
but not me.

1548
01:22:09,221 –> 01:22:11,022
Why is that?

1549
01:22:11,024 –> 01:22:13,089
You know
I always survive.

1550
01:22:13,091 –> 01:22:15,026
You wrote me that way.

1551
01:22:15,028 –> 01:22:19,664
In fact, I wrote my own story
while I was gone.

1552
01:22:19,666 –> 01:22:21,666
And guess what.

1553
01:22:21,668 –> 01:22:24,070
You’re the main character.

1554
01:22:25,138 –> 01:22:27,171
No.

1555
01:22:27,173 –> 01:22:30,376
No!

1556
01:22:31,845 –> 01:22:35,047
You try living in a book
for a while, Papa.

1557
01:22:35,049 –> 01:22:37,482
(CACKLES)

1558
01:22:37,484 –> 01:22:40,387
(♪♪♪)

1559
01:22:41,522 –> 01:22:43,424
(MONSTERS SHRIEKING)

1560
01:22:54,035 –> 01:22:56,203
(ROARS)

1561
01:23:06,615 –> 01:23:08,049
(SHRIEKS)

1562
01:23:09,351 –> 01:23:11,252
(BEARS CACKLING)

1563
01:23:12,687 –> 01:23:14,756
(CACKLES)

1564
01:23:15,757 –> 01:23:17,893
(CHITTERING)

1565
01:23:22,564 –> 01:23:25,231
(GIBBERS)

1566
01:23:25,233 –> 01:23:26,566
HORSEMAN: Hyah!

1567
01:23:26,568 –> 01:23:28,136
(NEIGHS)

1568
01:23:29,304 –> 01:23:30,771
(CHITTERS)

1569
01:23:30,773 –> 01:23:32,271
(GIBBERS)

1570
01:23:32,273 –> 01:23:33,807
HAND: Hands off!

1571
01:23:33,809 –> 01:23:35,845
Hiya! Look at my candle.

1572
01:23:37,145 –> 01:23:39,048
(LAUGHING)

1573
01:23:44,286 –> 01:23:47,024
(SHRIEKING)

1574
01:23:49,325 –> 01:23:51,227
(ROARING)

1575
01:23:52,595 –> 01:23:54,330
(HOWLS)

1576
01:24:05,809 –> 01:24:07,711
(♪♪♪)

1577
01:25:36,703 –> 01:25:38,605
(♪♪♪)

1578
01:28:04,123 –> 01:28:06,058
(♪♪♪)

1579
01:29:41,623 –> 01:29:43,857
SLAPPY: Slappy Halloween.

1580
01:29:43,859 –> 01:29:45,361
(CACKLES)

1581
01:29:45,363 –> 01:29:46,734
Subtitles by explosiveskull
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1
00:00:47,769 –> 00:00:50,672
(♪♪♪)

2
00:01:18,577 –> 00:01:23,577
Subtitles by explosiveskull
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3
00:02:01,713 –> 00:02:03,646
SARAH: Fear.

4
00:02:03,648 –> 00:02:08,018
Fear is something
that everyone experiences.

5
00:02:08,020 –> 00:02:12,322
Fear is a feeling
that we all know.

6
00:02:12,324 –> 00:02:15,795
For me, a fear
that shaped my life was…

7
00:02:17,897 –> 00:02:19,630
(SIGHS)

8
00:02:19,632 –> 00:02:21,464
God, that sucks.

9
00:02:21,466 –> 00:02:23,335
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

10
00:02:27,940 –> 00:02:29,440
(SIGHS)

11
00:02:29,442 –> 00:02:31,475
“Recount a time
when you faced a fear,

12
00:02:31,477 –> 00:02:33,077
challenge or failure.

13
00:02:33,079 –> 00:02:35,982
How did it define you,
or how did you overcome it?”

14
00:02:40,786 –> 00:02:42,722
(♪♪♪)

15
00:02:46,192 –> 00:02:47,426
(RATTLING)

16
00:02:51,430 –> 00:02:53,165
Hello?

17
00:02:54,735 –> 00:02:56,470
Hello?

18
00:03:03,276 –> 00:03:05,477
(ROARS)
(YELPS)

19
00:03:05,479 –> 00:03:07,746
(LAUGHING)

20
00:03:07,748 –> 00:03:09,447
Tyler What are you doing?

21
00:03:09,449 –> 00:03:11,549
Are you crazy?
My mom is gonna hear you.

22
00:03:11,551 –> 00:03:13,119
You see this mask?

23
00:03:13,121 –> 00:03:14,419
Got it on sale.

24
00:03:14,421 –> 00:03:15,655
Very scary.

25
00:03:15,657 –> 00:03:17,288
Sorry.
I was in the neighborhood.

26
00:03:17,290 –> 00:03:19,992
– I texted you like 10 times.
– I told you my phone’s off.

27
00:03:19,994 –> 00:03:22,528
If I miss this deadline,
I don’t get into Columbia.

28
00:03:22,530 –> 00:03:24,864
You’ll be here with me
the next four years.

29
00:03:24,866 –> 00:03:28,934
Consider me your safety school.
Close by, good parties…

30
00:03:28,936 –> 00:03:32,638
Oh, really. Do you also offer
a creative-writing program?

31
00:03:32,640 –> 00:03:36,109
Oh, I’m super creative.
Look, I got you a care package.

32
00:03:36,111 –> 00:03:40,279
– Pringles. And a little bit of Red Bull.
– Heh.

33
00:03:40,281 –> 00:03:42,151
– Thank you.
– You’re welcome.

34
00:03:43,919 –> 00:03:45,152
(DOOR OPENS)

35
00:03:45,154 –> 00:03:46,722
You are so busted.

36
00:03:47,790 –> 00:03:49,923
– So, so busted.
– I’ve got it.

37
00:03:49,925 –> 00:03:51,992
Mom,
this is not what it looks like.

38
00:03:51,994 –> 00:03:54,861
KATHY: No, I know what it is.
I heard the entire thing.

39
00:03:54,863 –> 00:03:56,797
Do people
not whisper anymore?

40
00:03:56,799 –> 00:03:59,633
“Hey, I brought Pringles
and Red Bull.”

41
00:03:59,635 –> 00:04:02,335
“You better be quiet
’cause my mom will hear us.”

42
00:04:02,337 –> 00:04:03,570
(KATHY STAMPS FEET)

43
00:04:03,572 –> 00:04:05,305
Tyler, go home.

44
00:04:05,307 –> 00:04:07,942
Okay.
Uh, just to clarify,

45
00:04:07,944 –> 00:04:10,343
do you mean back out the window
or out the front?

46
00:04:10,345 –> 00:04:11,813
Okay, I’ll use the window.

47
00:04:11,815 –> 00:04:13,681
Sorry, Sarah,
I’ll see you tomorrow.

48
00:04:13,683 –> 00:04:15,417
Ooh! I’m good.

49
00:04:16,485 –> 00:04:18,786
Ah! Still good!

50
00:04:18,788 –> 00:04:21,122
– Go to bed.
– Mom, I can explain.

51
00:04:21,124 –> 00:04:23,491
We’ll discuss this
in the morning.

52
00:04:23,493 –> 00:04:26,094
– Sam is gonna love this.
– You go to bed too.

53
00:04:26,096 –> 00:04:27,929
– What’d I do?
– I don’t need a wingman.

54
00:04:27,931 –> 00:04:30,498
– Okay. Going to bed.
– Hmph.

55
00:04:30,500 –> 00:04:32,400
(DOOR CLOSES)

56
00:04:32,402 –> 00:04:34,304
(♪♪♪)

57
00:04:38,408 –> 00:04:39,844
Ow.

58
00:04:42,046 –> 00:04:44,012
You need to stop
electrocuting yourself

59
00:04:44,014 –> 00:04:46,515
– and eat your breakfast.
– Mom, this is due tomorrow,

60
00:04:46,517 –> 00:04:48,417
and it’s worth 50 percent
of my grade.

61
00:04:48,419 –> 00:04:51,053
How about you eat 50 percent
of your eggs?

62
00:04:51,055 –> 00:04:52,688
(POWER WHINES)

63
00:04:52,690 –> 00:04:54,056
Sonny, seriously?

64
00:04:54,058 –> 00:04:55,958
Sorry. I’m getting close.

65
00:04:55,960 –> 00:04:57,259
(DOORBELL RINGING)

66
00:04:57,261 –> 00:04:59,595
Coming.

67
00:04:59,597 –> 00:05:02,031
Coming!

68
00:05:02,033 –> 00:05:03,532
Morning, Ms. Quinn.

69
00:05:03,534 –> 00:05:05,367
– Good morning, Sam.
– How you doing?

70
00:05:05,369 –> 00:05:07,804
MAN: Kathy! Thank
you for taking Sam.

71
00:05:07,806 –> 00:05:10,073
We’ll be back in three days.
We owe you.

72
00:05:10,075 –> 00:05:11,340
You definitely do.

73
00:05:11,342 –> 00:05:13,375
(HORN HONKS)
(CHUCKLING)

74
00:05:13,377 –> 00:05:15,178
Sonny!
Grab your backpack.

75
00:05:15,180 –> 00:05:17,247
Sarah, let’s go!
I’ve got an errand to run

76
00:05:17,249 –> 00:05:19,117
– on the way to school.
SARAH: Coming!

77
00:05:20,685 –> 00:05:22,719
My condolences on your bust
last night.

78
00:05:22,721 –> 00:05:24,921
Good thing I’m here,
in case any other dudes

79
00:05:24,923 –> 00:05:26,556
try to climb
through your window.

80
00:05:26,558 –> 00:05:28,324
Sonny. I’m gonna kill you.

81
00:05:28,326 –> 00:05:30,961
Kill him in the car.
Okay Go, go, go.

82
00:05:30,963 –> 00:05:34,265
Halloween with pumpkins
And mice

83
00:05:34,267 –> 00:05:37,600
Halloween, it’s so nice

84
00:05:37,602 –> 00:05:39,103
Halloween

85
00:05:39,105 –> 00:05:41,872
– Faster, faster.
With pumpkins and mice

86
00:05:41,874 –> 00:05:45,743
Hey, Kathy.
Hey, kids. Heh, heh.

87
00:05:45,745 –> 00:05:47,310
Mr. Chu.

88
00:05:47,312 –> 00:05:49,947
Wow, you practically got
a theme park here.

89
00:05:49,949 –> 00:05:51,649
Check this out.

90
00:05:51,651 –> 00:05:54,051
(WHIRRING)

91
00:05:54,053 –> 00:05:56,854
Oh, my… Oh! Whoa!

92
00:05:56,856 –> 00:06:00,357
(CHUCKLING)
It’s like being in the movies!

93
00:06:00,359 –> 00:06:03,094
I’m gonna have these puppies
up and running in no time.

94
00:06:03,096 –> 00:06:04,595
You know, for the kids.

95
00:06:04,597 –> 00:06:07,766
– Ha-ha-ha. Okay.
– All right. Bye.

96
00:06:07,768 –> 00:06:09,668
He doesn’t actually have kids,
does he?

97
00:06:09,670 –> 00:06:10,969
No, he does not.

98
00:06:10,971 –> 00:06:13,471
Ooh!

99
00:06:13,473 –> 00:06:15,407
(♪♪♪)

100
00:06:15,409 –> 00:06:18,011
All right, everybody,
let’s make this quick.

101
00:06:19,680 –> 00:06:22,480
You can each pick out a pumpkin
to carve if you want to,

102
00:06:22,482 –> 00:06:24,683
but meet me at
the register in five minutes,

103
00:06:24,685 –> 00:06:25,853
– all right?
– Okay.

104
00:06:26,687 –> 00:06:28,787
Alrighty.

105
00:06:28,789 –> 00:06:30,455
Right here Really?

106
00:06:30,457 –> 00:06:34,996
Yes, here. Everywhere.
It’s called marketing.

107
00:06:38,132 –> 00:06:39,632
Anything you wanna
say to me?

108
00:06:39,634 –> 00:06:43,536
Mom… Mom, I was
working all night. I swear.

109
00:06:43,538 –> 00:06:46,372
I swear,
Tyler just snuck over and…

110
00:06:46,374 –> 00:06:48,441
I’ve just been so stuck
on this essay…

111
00:06:48,443 –> 00:06:50,943
You’re a great writer.
You always have been.

112
00:06:50,945 –> 00:06:53,546
When you have to sum up
your whole life in one essay,

113
00:06:53,548 –> 00:06:55,715
it all just sounds so…

114
00:06:55,717 –> 00:06:57,284
unimpressive.

115
00:06:57,286 –> 00:07:01,722
Honey. I think you’re very
impressive and very capable.

116
00:07:01,724 –> 00:07:02,990
You do?

117
00:07:02,992 –> 00:07:04,324
Thank you.

118
00:07:04,326 –> 00:07:05,692
I do.

119
00:07:05,694 –> 00:07:07,928
Which is why I need you
to watch Sonny and Sam

120
00:07:07,930 –> 00:07:09,696
this week
while I’m working doubles.

121
00:07:09,698 –> 00:07:12,065
Mom! No!
My essay is due Friday.

122
00:07:12,067 –> 00:07:14,701
Sonny’s bigger than me.
He doesn’t need a babysitter.

123
00:07:14,703 –> 00:07:19,173
Ha, ha. Have you seen what he
blows up when he’s supervised?

124
00:07:19,175 –> 00:07:21,842
Hon, I know you’re focused
on getting out of here.

125
00:07:21,844 –> 00:07:23,877
But if I don’t cover
these shifts at work,

126
00:07:23,879 –> 00:07:25,146
I could lose my job.

127
00:07:25,148 –> 00:07:27,683
I need to know
I can count on you.

128
00:07:31,121 –> 00:07:34,088
Okay. Fine.

129
00:07:34,090 –> 00:07:36,557
– Really?
– Yes, really.

130
00:07:36,559 –> 00:07:40,795
Well, you have earned yourself
some corn cushions, little lady.

131
00:07:40,797 –> 00:07:42,096
Really Mom.

132
00:07:42,098 –> 00:07:43,932
(BEEPS)

133
00:07:43,934 –> 00:07:47,202
You’re looking real nice today.

134
00:07:47,204 –> 00:07:51,106
Thank you. Heh, heh.
Blue is very in this year.

135
00:07:51,108 –> 00:07:54,176
– I see you got the memo.
– I guess we’re in the know.

136
00:07:54,178 –> 00:07:55,411
(BOTH CHUCKLE)

137
00:07:55,413 –> 00:07:57,279
Okay. Hey, you know,
the adult diapers

138
00:07:57,281 –> 00:07:59,181
are 2-for-1
if you wanna grab another.

139
00:07:59,183 –> 00:08:01,083
– I just need one today.
– Okay. All right.

140
00:08:01,085 –> 00:08:03,419
I don’t need them.
They’re for the nursing home

141
00:08:03,421 –> 00:08:04,820
– where I work.
– Of course.

142
00:08:04,822 –> 00:08:07,089
– I… I don’t… Heh, heh.
– Hey, no judgment.

143
00:08:07,091 –> 00:08:09,758
– Um, okay. Heh, heh.
– I use a toilet. Heh, heh.

144
00:08:09,760 –> 00:08:13,929
All right. Well, hopefully,
I’ll, uh, see you around soon.

145
00:08:13,931 –> 00:08:16,732
Yeah. Yeah.
Thanks for checking me out.

146
00:08:16,734 –> 00:08:19,235
Ringing up my purchases.
You know.

147
00:08:19,237 –> 00:08:20,869
Yes. Yeah. Well, both.

148
00:08:20,871 –> 00:08:23,472
– Yeah. Heh.
– I’ll just get my diapers and go.

149
00:08:23,474 –> 00:08:24,740
Yeah.

150
00:08:24,742 –> 00:08:25,976
Happy Halloween!

151
00:08:25,978 –> 00:08:28,044
(SCHOOL BELL RINGS)

152
00:08:28,046 –> 00:08:29,948
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

153
00:08:31,950 –> 00:08:33,283
BOY: Yeah, I can help you.

154
00:08:33,285 –> 00:08:34,584
GIRL: Hey, wait up!

155
00:08:34,586 –> 00:08:36,555
(GIRLS GIGGLING)
(BOYS LAUGHING)

156
00:08:38,323 –> 00:08:40,657
Oh, dude,
science fair sign-ups.

157
00:08:40,659 –> 00:08:42,692
If I can just get
my Tesla Tower to work,

158
00:08:42,694 –> 00:08:44,127
easily win. It’d be so cool.

159
00:08:44,129 –> 00:08:45,996
What do you mean?
You’re already cool.

160
00:08:45,998 –> 00:08:49,300
We are treasure hunters.
People respect us around here.

161
00:08:49,302 –> 00:08:51,035
(LAUGHING)

162
00:08:51,037 –> 00:08:52,970
– Ew.
TOMMY: Hey, Junk Bros.

163
00:08:52,972 –> 00:08:56,007
SAM: Spit wads What are you, 9?

164
00:08:56,009 –> 00:08:57,675
What’d you say?

165
00:08:57,677 –> 00:08:59,810
(WHISPERING)
Sam, what are you doing?

166
00:08:59,812 –> 00:09:01,748
I got this.

167
00:09:06,652 –> 00:09:08,353
You know,

168
00:09:08,355 –> 00:09:11,423
we were gonna TP Principal
Harrison’s house tomorrow night.

169
00:09:11,425 –> 00:09:13,258
But now,
I think I’m just gonna spend

170
00:09:13,260 –> 00:09:15,260
the whole night
chasing you guys around.

171
00:09:15,262 –> 00:09:18,196
Hey. Boys,
move it or you’re tardy.

172
00:09:18,198 –> 00:09:19,797
Of course, Ms. Hoover.

173
00:09:19,799 –> 00:09:22,434
I was just extolling
to my good friends Sam and Sonny

174
00:09:22,436 –> 00:09:24,970
my deep love for homework
and all things learning.

175
00:09:24,972 –> 00:09:26,206
Get to class.

176
00:09:30,778 –> 00:09:32,012
Yeah.

177
00:09:32,946 –> 00:09:34,980
What a jerk.

178
00:09:34,982 –> 00:09:36,581
I’d like to check
this book out, please.

179
00:09:36,583 –> 00:09:38,384
And you are…?

180
00:09:38,386 –> 00:09:40,386
Tyler Mitchell.

181
00:09:40,388 –> 00:09:43,922
Okay, Tyler Mitchell.

182
00:09:43,924 –> 00:09:46,325
Oh. Yeah, you have four books

183
00:09:46,327 –> 00:09:48,760
you haven’t returned
since sophomore year.

184
00:09:48,762 –> 00:09:50,729
And your account is frozen.

185
00:09:50,731 –> 00:09:51,998
Damn.

186
00:09:52,000 –> 00:09:53,933
It’s gonna cost 40 bucks
to unfreeze it.

187
00:09:53,935 –> 00:09:55,902
I just spent it
on tickets for us

188
00:09:55,904 –> 00:09:57,937
to see DJ Bisky
at the Den tonight.

189
00:09:57,939 –> 00:10:00,239
You have to come.
You can’t say no.

190
00:10:00,241 –> 00:10:02,509
My way of saying sorry
for getting you busted.

191
00:10:02,511 –> 00:10:04,744
I-I can’t.
My mom is making me

192
00:10:04,746 –> 00:10:07,514
watch my stupid brother
all week and his friend…

193
00:10:07,516 –> 00:10:10,150
Come on. Don’t wait for college
to start having fun.

194
00:10:10,152 –> 00:10:11,552
Show starts at 8.

195
00:10:11,554 –> 00:10:14,654
Get your brother
a babysitter.

196
00:10:14,656 –> 00:10:16,258
(♪♪♪)

197
00:10:21,097 –> 00:10:24,266
Okay. Sam, what do you think?

198
00:10:25,267 –> 00:10:27,434
Nice. Looks just like you.

199
00:10:27,436 –> 00:10:28,804
(CELL PHONE CHIMING)

200
00:10:31,107 –> 00:10:32,576
Hello.

201
00:10:34,276 –> 00:10:36,743
Yeah. Yeah, you’re speaking
to a Junk Brother.

202
00:10:36,745 –> 00:10:39,613
Yes, ma’am. This afternoon?

203
00:10:39,615 –> 00:10:41,748
Let me check with my associate.

204
00:10:41,750 –> 00:10:43,750
– Hang up on her.
– This is our opportunity.

205
00:10:43,752 –> 00:10:45,819
– We’re too busy. Stop it.
– We’re doing this.

206
00:10:45,821 –> 00:10:48,490
I have my Tesla Tower project,
I have algebra. No way.

207
00:10:48,492 –> 00:10:50,492
– Fine, fine, fine! Whatever.
– Sam.

208
00:10:50,494 –> 00:10:52,095
All right. Fine.

209
00:10:53,497 –> 00:10:56,231
You are in luck.
Yeah, we can squeeze you in.

210
00:10:56,233 –> 00:10:59,267
24 Ashley Lane?

211
00:10:59,269 –> 00:11:00,835
No, no problem. No problem.

212
00:11:00,837 –> 00:11:04,174
Yeah. Fear not, ma’am.
Junk is our middle name.

213
00:11:05,343 –> 00:11:06,808
(PHONE BEEPS)

214
00:11:06,810 –> 00:11:09,211
“Junk is our…”?
Do you even hear yourself?

215
00:11:09,213 –> 00:11:12,982
Get your shoes on.
It’s time to get rich!

216
00:11:12,984 –> 00:11:15,151
I already have my shoes on.

217
00:11:15,153 –> 00:11:17,088
(♪♪♪)

218
00:11:37,342 –> 00:11:40,544
I guess this is it.
24 Ashley Lane.

219
00:11:40,546 –> 00:11:43,046
Twenty-four is the number
of people murdered here.

220
00:11:43,048 –> 00:11:44,813
All right, Sonny.

221
00:11:44,815 –> 00:11:46,449
Let’s do this.

222
00:11:46,451 –> 00:11:48,353
(CROW CAWING)

223
00:11:57,729 –> 00:12:00,600
Hey. I don’t like the way
those things are looking at us.

224
00:12:03,636 –> 00:12:06,939
We’re treasure hunters, Sonny,
remember. Come on.

225
00:12:20,153 –> 00:12:21,754
(DOOR CREAKS)

226
00:12:27,060 –> 00:12:28,395
Hello?

227
00:12:38,339 –> 00:12:39,506
SONNY: Some treasure.

228
00:12:41,442 –> 00:12:43,310
This place
is definitely haunted.

229
00:12:46,947 –> 00:12:50,182
Dude, there’s more stuff
over here. Come on.

230
00:12:50,184 –> 00:12:53,118
This room’s
even worse.

231
00:12:53,120 –> 00:12:55,287
Come on, Sonny,
it’s not that bad.

232
00:12:55,289 –> 00:12:57,425
There is nothing
to be afraid of.

233
00:12:58,360 –> 00:13:00,360
(BOTH YELL)

234
00:13:00,362 –> 00:13:01,730
(CLEARS THROAT)

235
00:13:06,401 –> 00:13:08,468
SAM: Who stuffs a cat?

236
00:13:08,470 –> 00:13:11,006
How much are they paying us
for this?

237
00:13:12,741 –> 00:13:14,540
(GRUNTS)

238
00:13:14,542 –> 00:13:16,609
Can’t believe you said
we’d work for free.

239
00:13:16,611 –> 00:13:18,278
Not for free.
The lady said

240
00:13:18,280 –> 00:13:20,413
we could keep any junk
we don’t throw away.

241
00:13:20,415 –> 00:13:22,549
Some of that stuff
can have monetary value.

242
00:13:22,551 –> 00:13:24,685
You know what else
has monetary value, Sam?

243
00:13:24,687 –> 00:13:27,222
– Actual money.
– Just start cleaning. Come on.

244
00:13:30,959 –> 00:13:33,594
Found some more stuff
in the attic.

245
00:13:33,596 –> 00:13:36,766
SAM: Okay, what do we got?
– Maybe this is worth something.

246
00:13:40,436 –> 00:13:41,735
It’s stuck.

247
00:13:41,737 –> 00:13:43,272
(GRUNTING)

248
00:13:48,578 –> 00:13:50,480
(♪♪♪)

249
00:13:56,018 –> 00:13:58,320
Dude, I think
we just found a treasure chest!

250
00:13:58,322 –> 00:14:00,455
– Go get it.
– Jackpot!

251
00:14:00,457 –> 00:14:03,191
This is amazing.
It’s like a whole room in here.

252
00:14:03,193 –> 00:14:05,462
I told you.
We come here, we find treasure.

253
00:14:07,964 –> 00:14:10,365
Help me with this.
I bet this thing

254
00:14:10,367 –> 00:14:12,702
is filled with gold
and diamonds and Bitcoins.

255
00:14:12,704 –> 00:14:15,103
Uh, you know Bitcoins
are cryptocurrency, right?

256
00:14:15,105 –> 00:14:17,305
It’s not real coins,
it’s virtual coins.

257
00:14:17,307 –> 00:14:20,175
It’s really cool. It starts
with a process called mining…

258
00:14:20,177 –> 00:14:22,143
Stop being a nerd
for a second and help.

259
00:14:22,145 –> 00:14:24,179
– Yeah, sorry.
– Thank you. Here.

260
00:14:24,181 –> 00:14:27,785
All right. You ready?
Three, two, and…

261
00:14:31,356 –> 00:14:32,523
What?

262
00:14:36,594 –> 00:14:38,461
It’s locked.

263
00:14:38,463 –> 00:14:40,262
Who would lock a book?

264
00:14:40,264 –> 00:14:41,966
Here’s a key.

265
00:14:44,168 –> 00:14:45,635
(BOTH COUGH)

266
00:14:45,637 –> 00:14:47,671
Oh, man.

267
00:14:47,673 –> 00:14:49,374
(GROANS)
(SIGHS)

268
00:14:52,143 –> 00:14:54,176
SAM: Well, what’s in it?

269
00:14:54,178 –> 00:14:56,248
Nothing.
It’s just a beat-up old book.

270
00:14:57,915 –> 00:14:59,685
Doesn’t have a title page.

271
00:15:01,919 –> 00:15:04,321
– So much for treasure.
– Well, look.

272
00:15:04,323 –> 00:15:06,757
We still have all this stuff.
This is a good haul.

273
00:15:06,759 –> 00:15:08,258
Just grab the book anyway.

274
00:15:08,260 –> 00:15:10,427
– It’s gotta be worth something.
– Yeah.

275
00:15:10,429 –> 00:15:12,028
(GASPS)

276
00:15:12,030 –> 00:15:13,932
(♪♪♪)

277
00:15:15,100 –> 00:15:17,704
Sam. Sam, turn around.

278
00:15:19,071 –> 00:15:21,305
(GASPS)

279
00:15:21,307 –> 00:15:23,243
SAM: Where did that come from?

280
00:15:38,658 –> 00:15:42,061
“My name is Slappy.
What’s yours?”

281
00:15:45,365 –> 00:15:48,232
Wait, I think it says something
on the back.

282
00:15:48,234 –> 00:15:52,939
SONNY: “Karru marri odonna
loma molonu karrano.”

283
00:15:56,477 –> 00:15:58,076
He’s so creepy.

284
00:15:58,078 –> 00:16:00,379
It’s kind of like he’s alive.

285
00:16:00,381 –> 00:16:02,080
I don’t think
anything’s been alive

286
00:16:02,082 –> 00:16:03,482
in this house
since that cat.

287
00:16:03,484 –> 00:16:05,617
I mean, look at this place.

288
00:16:05,619 –> 00:16:07,654
– But I’m alive now!
– Aah!

289
00:16:07,656 –> 00:16:10,055
Oh, Sonny, just give me a kiss.
Just one smooch.

290
00:16:10,057 –> 00:16:12,257
– That’s not funny.
– Yes, it is. It’s hilarious.

291
00:16:12,259 –> 00:16:14,326
It’s a business.
We’re running a business.

292
00:16:14,328 –> 00:16:15,662
Take this more seriously.

293
00:16:15,664 –> 00:16:17,397
It’s too easy, Sonny.
Come on, man.

294
00:16:17,399 –> 00:16:18,964
Hey, I’m taking him.

295
00:16:18,966 –> 00:16:20,966
SONNY: Don’t know why
you took that thing.

296
00:16:20,968 –> 00:16:23,101
– What do you mean He’s awesome.
– Whatever.

297
00:16:23,103 –> 00:16:26,773
TOMMY: Hey, it’s the Junk Sisters!

298
00:16:26,775 –> 00:16:28,475
Oh, great.

299
00:16:28,477 –> 00:16:30,977
Well, at least we know
our marketing’s working.

300
00:16:30,979 –> 00:16:33,781
No teacher around
to save you now.

301
00:16:33,783 –> 00:16:36,049
Hey, are you wearing
my old sweater

302
00:16:36,051 –> 00:16:37,283
from my grandma’s yard sale?

303
00:16:37,285 –> 00:16:38,551
(ALL LAUGH)

304
00:16:38,553 –> 00:16:39,689
Leave us alone.

305
00:16:41,056 –> 00:16:42,456
Okay.

306
00:16:42,458 –> 00:16:44,592
Give me back my sweater
and I’ll let you go.

307
00:16:44,594 –> 00:16:45,826
Really?

308
00:16:45,828 –> 00:16:47,430
Unless you want
your face punched.

309
00:16:50,266 –> 00:16:52,335
(SIGHING)
Whatever.

310
00:16:54,871 –> 00:16:56,138
And your box.

311
00:16:59,709 –> 00:17:03,277
Fine. Just take it.

312
00:17:03,279 –> 00:17:04,612
Yo, what we got?

313
00:17:04,614 –> 00:17:06,815
– What’s this?
– Let’s see. Old radio.

314
00:17:06,817 –> 00:17:09,183
BOY 1: Is that a ruler?
BOY 2: That’s a dog toy.

315
00:17:09,185 –> 00:17:11,553
A stupid book.

316
00:17:11,555 –> 00:17:13,320
Wow.

317
00:17:13,322 –> 00:17:15,857
Great business
you guys are running.

318
00:17:15,859 –> 00:17:17,792
Heh. Your turn.

319
00:17:17,794 –> 00:17:20,328
No. No,
I’m not giving you my box.

320
00:17:20,330 –> 00:17:23,465
Sam, just give it to him.
I like my face unpunched.

321
00:17:23,467 –> 00:17:25,536
No way.
We worked for this stuff.

322
00:17:26,603 –> 00:17:28,370
– Hey, Tommy!
TOMMY: Oh!

323
00:17:28,372 –> 00:17:30,105
– Look at that.
– Tommy, give him back!

324
00:17:30,107 –> 00:17:32,607
Want your doll You dress him up
when you get home?

325
00:17:32,609 –> 00:17:34,442
SAM: Tommy, this isn’t funny.

326
00:17:34,444 –> 00:17:35,579
SONNY: Sam…

327
00:17:37,114 –> 00:17:38,548
What the…?

328
00:17:38,550 –> 00:17:39,918
(SAM & SONNY LAUGH)

329
00:17:45,557 –> 00:17:46,724
What is going on?

330
00:17:48,226 –> 00:17:49,659
BOY 1: Tommy, pull up your pants!

331
00:17:49,661 –> 00:17:51,127
They’re stuck.

332
00:17:51,129 –> 00:17:53,362
Thank you very much.
Sonny, we need to go!

333
00:17:53,364 –> 00:17:57,166
Go! Go! Go! No, don’t touch
my underwear! God! Stop!

334
00:17:57,168 –> 00:18:00,102
No! Go get them!
No! Go get them!

335
00:18:00,104 –> 00:18:02,572
– Go!
– Okay, okay, okay!

336
00:18:02,574 –> 00:18:04,475
(♪♪♪)

337
00:18:10,015 –> 00:18:11,748
Better pedal faster!

338
00:18:11,750 –> 00:18:13,050
Oh, no.

339
00:18:13,052 –> 00:18:14,885
Come on,
don’t make it easy for us!

340
00:18:14,887 –> 00:18:16,118
We need to go!

341
00:18:16,120 –> 00:18:17,888
We’re gonna get you, man!

342
00:18:17,890 –> 00:18:19,291
They’re gaining on us!

343
00:18:21,360 –> 00:18:22,494
Faster!

344
00:18:26,599 –> 00:18:28,100
(ALL GRUNT)

345
00:18:31,537 –> 00:18:34,204
(ALL GROANING)

346
00:18:34,206 –> 00:18:37,075
– What just happened?
– I have no idea.

347
00:18:37,077 –> 00:18:40,044
Get back here, you two!

348
00:18:40,046 –> 00:18:42,914
Ah.
Why does this keep happening?

349
00:18:42,916 –> 00:18:45,416
Sarah!
You won’t believe what happened.

350
00:18:45,418 –> 00:18:47,185
You are never
going to believe this.

351
00:18:47,187 –> 00:18:49,420
We were in this crazy,
abandoned, creepy house

352
00:18:49,422 –> 00:18:51,789
and found this fireplace,
which had a cat on it I twisted.

353
00:18:51,791 –> 00:18:54,059
It went to a secret
compartment that opened.

354
00:18:54,061 –> 00:18:55,727
Then there was a treasure chest.

355
00:18:55,729 –> 00:18:58,897
Okay, but long story short,
we found…

356
00:18:58,899 –> 00:19:00,600
this guy!

357
00:19:02,168 –> 00:19:03,434
Th-this guy.

358
00:19:03,436 –> 00:19:05,738
This… guy.

359
00:19:05,740 –> 00:19:09,341
Wow. It’s like you’re actively
trying not to be cool.

360
00:19:09,343 –> 00:19:12,611
Here. Mom specifically said
you should fold the laundry.

361
00:19:12,613 –> 00:19:16,118
I’ll be in my room if you
need me, but do not need me.

362
00:19:20,655 –> 00:19:22,488
Hey, Sarah?

363
00:19:22,490 –> 00:19:25,591
This specifically says you are
supposed to fold the laundry.

364
00:19:25,593 –> 00:19:26,826
(DOOR CLOSES)

365
00:19:26,828 –> 00:19:28,094
Sarah.

366
00:19:28,096 –> 00:19:30,096
(POP MUSIC PLAYING
OVER SPEAKERS)

367
00:19:30,098 –> 00:19:31,765
(KEYBOARD CLACKING)

368
00:19:31,767 –> 00:19:33,600
(CELL PHONE CHIMES)

369
00:19:33,602 –> 00:19:40,340
I spend all the time
Waiting at night for you

370
00:19:40,342 –> 00:19:43,643
What am I doing?

371
00:19:43,645 –> 00:19:46,279
SONNY: We already banned jumping.

372
00:19:46,281 –> 00:19:49,616
SAM: I banned sucking, yet here you are.
Now, come on.

373
00:19:49,618 –> 00:19:52,752
Hey! Yes!

374
00:19:52,754 –> 00:19:54,187
Yes!

375
00:19:54,189 –> 00:19:55,655
It’s 4 to 1.
Why are you celebrating?

376
00:19:55,657 –> 00:19:57,792
Scoring is a reason
for celebration.

377
00:19:57,794 –> 00:19:59,894
SARAH: Bye, I’m leaving!

378
00:19:59,896 –> 00:20:02,496
– Where you going?
– Out. I’ll be back by 10.

379
00:20:02,498 –> 00:20:04,498
If Mom calls,
tell her I’m in the shower.

380
00:20:04,500 –> 00:20:07,068
You were gonna help me
with my science presentation.

381
00:20:07,070 –> 00:20:08,335
There’s two dummies
on the couch.

382
00:20:08,337 –> 00:20:09,570
Practice on one of them.

383
00:20:09,572 –> 00:20:11,338
Ouch.

384
00:20:11,340 –> 00:20:13,240
(PEOPLE CHATTERING INDISTINCTLY)

385
00:20:13,242 –> 00:20:15,179
(DANCE MUSIC PLAYING OVER SPEAKERS)

386
00:20:17,014 –> 00:20:18,916
(SPEAKING INDISTINCTLY)

387
00:20:44,142 –> 00:20:45,275
Tyler!

388
00:20:59,524 –> 00:21:01,793
(DANCE MUSIC FADES INTO BACKGROUND)

389
00:21:08,099 –> 00:21:11,002
(♪♪♪)

390
00:21:25,151 –> 00:21:26,317
(SIGHS)

391
00:21:36,462 –> 00:21:37,797
(ENGINE STARTS)

392
00:21:43,270 –> 00:21:45,604
SAM: All right, there we go.

393
00:21:48,809 –> 00:21:51,144
Okay. And…

394
00:21:53,312 –> 00:21:58,149
Sergeant, your orders
are to guard this porch.

395
00:21:58,151 –> 00:22:00,351
It was more than
a hundred years ago

396
00:22:00,353 –> 00:22:02,620
when Nikola Tesla
first lit up the sky

397
00:22:02,622 –> 00:22:04,256
over Wardenclyffe, New York.

398
00:22:04,258 –> 00:22:05,990
Tesla wanted to create a world

399
00:22:05,992 –> 00:22:07,826
where anything
could be transmitted

400
00:22:07,828 –> 00:22:09,327
through giant electric towers:

401
00:22:09,329 –> 00:22:13,531
Power, sound,
maybe even brain waves.

402
00:22:13,533 –> 00:22:16,501
It was like
the original Wi-Fi.

403
00:22:16,503 –> 00:22:20,840
But suddenly and mysteriously,
he shut down his lab in 1908.

404
00:22:20,842 –> 00:22:23,609
His tower
never lit up the sky again.

405
00:22:23,611 –> 00:22:24,844
Until…

406
00:22:24,846 –> 00:22:26,111
today!

407
00:22:26,113 –> 00:22:27,682
May I have a volunteer?

408
00:22:28,783 –> 00:22:30,783
You, sir, in the gray suit.

409
00:22:30,785 –> 00:22:34,355
Hold this
and prepare to be amazed.

410
00:22:35,990 –> 00:22:37,489
I present to you all:

411
00:22:37,491 –> 00:22:38,659
Tesla!

412
00:22:41,964 –> 00:22:43,298
(POWER WHINES)

413
00:22:45,033 –> 00:22:46,500
(SIGHS)

414
00:22:49,537 –> 00:22:51,605
Don’t give me that look.

415
00:22:51,607 –> 00:22:53,807
I’m trying
to bring back your tower.

416
00:22:53,809 –> 00:22:55,141
(♪♪♪)

417
00:22:55,143 –> 00:22:57,177
SLAPPY: Bravo.

418
00:22:57,179 –> 00:23:00,981
I, for one, think it’s
an electrifying presentation.

419
00:23:00,983 –> 00:23:02,718
(CACKLES)

420
00:23:05,053 –> 00:23:08,124
Sam. I’m not
gonna fall for that again.

421
00:23:09,825 –> 00:23:12,059
Ha-ha-ha. Very funny.

422
00:23:12,061 –> 00:23:13,727
It’s like a microphone?

423
00:23:13,729 –> 00:23:16,429
You’re talking through
your cell phone or something?

424
00:23:16,431 –> 00:23:19,200
Sam.
Sam, it’s a stupid prank.

425
00:23:19,202 –> 00:23:21,738
You ever heard
of personal space Mm!

426
00:23:27,510 –> 00:23:28,878
(GRUNTS)

427
00:23:32,081 –> 00:23:33,881
How are you talking
to me right now?

428
00:23:33,883 –> 00:23:38,086
You brought me to life.
Don’t you remember, Sonny?

429
00:23:38,088 –> 00:23:39,854
– Sam?
SAM: What?

430
00:23:39,856 –> 00:23:41,722
What’s the problem?

431
00:23:41,724 –> 00:23:43,424
Just come up here. Please.

432
00:23:43,426 –> 00:23:45,593
Dude, I told you,
I don’t care about Tesla.

433
00:23:45,595 –> 00:23:47,729
– Right now, Sam.
SAM: Fine!

434
00:23:47,731 –> 00:23:50,065
I’ve always wanted a brother.

435
00:23:50,067 –> 00:23:52,434
Please don’t try
to educate me on Tesla.

436
00:23:52,436 –> 00:23:57,541
Hello, Sam. Thank you for saving
me from that moron today.

437
00:23:58,609 –> 00:24:00,343
Oh, he’s battery-operated.

438
00:24:00,345 –> 00:24:02,544
(WHISPERING) No, no, no.
Sam, Sam, he’s alive.

439
00:24:02,546 –> 00:24:04,613
SLAPPY: Sorry for what
happened with Tommy.

440
00:24:04,615 –> 00:24:07,749
I guess you could say
he got hosed.

441
00:24:07,751 –> 00:24:10,219
(CACKLES)

442
00:24:10,221 –> 00:24:11,988
– That was you?
SLAPPY: Yep.

443
00:24:11,990 –> 00:24:16,592
And now that we’re family,
we can be brothers!

444
00:24:16,594 –> 00:24:18,930
I think I’d make
a great Junk Brother.

445
00:24:20,498 –> 00:24:23,499
Right. Just a sec. Sidebar.

446
00:24:23,501 –> 00:24:24,801
Are we losing our minds?

447
00:24:24,803 –> 00:24:26,736
I don’t think
we can at the same time.

448
00:24:26,738 –> 00:24:28,071
Okay, but just to clarify,

449
00:24:28,073 –> 00:24:29,806
we’re talking
to a puppet right now.

450
00:24:29,808 –> 00:24:31,042
Yeah.

451
00:24:32,744 –> 00:24:34,347
Maybe he’s alive.

452
00:24:36,581 –> 00:24:40,317
Of course I’m alive!
Heh-heh-heh.

453
00:24:40,319 –> 00:24:44,154
And I can make
all your problems go away.

454
00:24:44,156 –> 00:24:47,360
Didn’t your sister tell you
to fold the laundry?

455
00:24:50,496 –> 00:24:53,831
There. Now you have time
to do your homework.

456
00:24:53,833 –> 00:24:57,134
Oh, what’s that You don’t want
to do your homework?

457
00:24:57,136 –> 00:24:59,638
That’s okay.
I just did it for you.

458
00:25:01,640 –> 00:25:03,542
(♪♪♪)

459
00:25:06,779 –> 00:25:08,612
You know algebra?

460
00:25:08,614 –> 00:25:10,514
A squared
plus B squared equals

461
00:25:10,516 –> 00:25:12,549
of course! Heh, heh.

462
00:25:12,551 –> 00:25:15,887
This is amazing.
It’s all correct.

463
00:25:15,889 –> 00:25:17,856
So you can change
all of our grades.

464
00:25:17,858 –> 00:25:21,327
I can only change
the things right in front of me.

465
00:25:21,329 –> 00:25:24,931
But whatever I see,
I can bring to life.

466
00:25:26,367 –> 00:25:29,368
Karru marri odonna loma

467
00:25:29,370 –> 00:25:33,239
molonu karrano.

468
00:25:33,241 –> 00:25:35,673
ANNOUNCER: Round one. Fight!

469
00:25:35,675 –> 00:25:39,011
(BOTH SHOUTING IN JAPANESE)

470
00:25:39,013 –> 00:25:40,481
(BOTH GRUNTING)

471
00:25:42,283 –> 00:25:43,949
SONNY: That is awesome.

472
00:25:43,951 –> 00:25:47,787
I will never question
picking up junk again.

473
00:25:47,789 –> 00:25:49,955
Wait until Mom
and Sarah find out.

474
00:25:49,957 –> 00:25:51,223
(GROANS)

475
00:25:51,225 –> 00:25:53,025
SLAPPY: Slow your roll there, kid.

476
00:25:53,027 –> 00:25:56,562
Let’s just keep this
our little secret for now.

477
00:25:56,564 –> 00:26:00,666
Give me a chance
to win them over first.

478
00:26:00,668 –> 00:26:02,536
(CACKLES)

479
00:26:02,538 –> 00:26:04,905
(CAR NOISES PLAYING OVER TV)

480
00:26:04,907 –> 00:26:08,008
SLAPPY: Ah, you’re terrible at this.
Heh-heh-heh.

481
00:26:08,010 –> 00:26:10,043
I’m literally crushing you
right now.

482
00:26:10,045 –> 00:26:12,345
Can’t believe you’re losing
to a puppet.

483
00:26:12,347 –> 00:26:15,550
Right. And I’m not
even using my magical powers.

484
00:26:15,552 –> 00:26:16,718
– Heh. Hm?
(DOOR SLAMS)

485
00:26:21,857 –> 00:26:23,623
Back so soon?

486
00:26:23,625 –> 00:26:25,460
– Don’t ask.
SONNY: Are you okay?

487
00:26:25,462 –> 00:26:27,627
– What happened?
– What happened?

488
00:26:27,629 –> 00:26:30,730
Well, turns out the guy I liked
is a total scumbag.

489
00:26:30,732 –> 00:26:33,234
Mom expects me to run
this entire house by myself.

490
00:26:33,236 –> 00:26:35,570
And if I don’t figure out
this essay by Friday,

491
00:26:35,572 –> 00:26:39,075
I’m never getting out of this
town. So no, I’m not okay.

492
00:26:43,213 –> 00:26:45,148
Why are you guys
acting so weird?

493
00:26:46,182 –> 00:26:47,416
– Us?
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