There’s No Crunch Like Home

Charlee: “Why were you so surprised to see us at the Santopticon when you came with us on the Magic Flying Coaster?”
Producer Smurf: “I couldn’t really hear or see from in the Bumble. I was watching the feed from my robot and had no idea we had actually smurfed to the North Pole.”
Charlee: “Then how did you manage to catch all those fish that you had inside the Bumble’s stockings, if you couldn’t see?”
Producer Smurf: “Those were already there when I smurfed it open-box from Costco. It’s probably why the original buyer resmurfed it.”

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Bumble Fish

Chaplin: “Check it out, Charlee. Maybe you and this monster can bond over your shared shoe fetish.”
Charlee: “I DO NOT HAVE A SHOE FETISH!
Spicoli: “You can like shoes if you want to, dude. To each his or her own, etc.”
Mouse: “Leaving aside who does or does not enjoy putting her face into shoes, how did you all manage to miss an abominable snowman sneaking into the house?”

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Your Biggest Fan

Mouse: “Why are you all sitting around in stale gingerbread smoke? And who’s your friend?”
Spicoli: “‘Who’s your friend?’ Dude, is that a rhetorical question like ‘Who’s your daddy?'”
Mouse: “No, no it isn’t. Hang on while I get the remote for the ceiling fan, okay?”

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Vapor Tale

Charlee: “Should we really be sitting in all this vapor or whatever it is?”
Spicoli: “Sure. Why wouldn’t you? I sit in vapor all the time.”
Charlee: “What if it’s bad for us?”
Spicoli: “What if what’s bad for you?”
Charlee (long pause): “Sitting in all this vapor.”
Spicoli: “Why wouldn’t you sit in vapor? I do it all the time.”

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The Santopticon

Art Deco: “You dogs are taking this whole imprisonment thing pretty calmly.”
Lulu: “Well we’ve been in dungeons before. Most of them don’t have fleecy blankets like this one does.”

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The Polar Express

Officer Nick: “Come along, now, Arthur. Let’s get these lawn ornaments back where they belong, then we’ll go have a word with Santa.”
Java Bean: “Wait, aren’t you Santa?”
Officer Nick: “Now, do I look like Santa? Do I talk like Santa? Ho ho ho!”
Lulu: “Yes, yes you do. And you just said ‘Ho ho ho’ for like the fifth time.”

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Set Adrift On Memory Something Something

Sky Turtle: “Okay, now that we’ve cut a few of your balloons loose, I can teach you how to float around properly.”
Chaplin: “I still say we could have gone up a little higher.”
Charlee: “I don’t think that would have been a good idea. That hawk was looking at us kind of funny.”

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J’Accuse Part Deux

Spicoli: “Come on, little dudes, do you really think I would steal food out of the mouths of kitties?”
Charlee: “Well I mean you do seem to have the munchies all the time.”

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J’Accuse

Charlee: “So you didn’t steal any of my food? Because the last few days there hasn’t been as much of it as usual.”
Chaplin: “Not only did I not steal your food, my food has also been a little light lately.”

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Boogie Shoes

Spicoli: “Hey, dude, what are you doing crammed in behind the little table?”
Lulu: “I’m hiding from this Frankenstein’s Monster stuffie who keeps following me around trying to get me to boogie to ‘Disco Duck’.”
Spicoli: “Hmm, have you considered just boogieing with him? That’s a pretty sweet track, dude.”
Lulu: “It’s a little hard to boogie when he’s got it on a loop where it’s just quacking all the time.”
Spicoli: “Oh, is that what that is? I thought maybe we had been invaded by duck hunters.”

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Time And Restaurant Dimensions In Space

Lulu: “I thought you said we wouldn’t get kicked out of restaurants if we wore yellow hats.”
Alternate Spicoli: “I did say that, guv! But I didn’t say we wouldn’t get kicked out if your cat climbed on the decor.”
Java Bean: “This table looks like a giant marrow bone …”

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