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: [to tied and gagged Red
] Hey, you're a delivery girl, right? Then could you do me a favor? Could you take this down the mountain? 'Cause it absolutely, positively has to be there TONIGHT!
: [disguised as Dolph
] Uh, Mister Rabbit... Boingo
: Dolph! Where have you been? You nimwitted Eurotrash with the... what is that, a ski mask? The Woodsman
: Uh, I, um, yah... Boingo
: I like that! See, that's scary. Yeah that's good... The Woodsman
: Um, b-boss... Boingo
: WHAT? Say it! Spit it out! What's goin' on? The Woodsman
: Um... boss, uh,
] The Woodsman
: Paul's bunion cream/has the soothing formula... The Wolf
: [interrupts, also in disguise
] Hi there! What he means to say is that I'm the building inspector. The Woodsman
: Yah, yes! The Wolf
: I just need to tap the pipes; see if your wiring's up to par. Boingo
: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold it, you're not... no, you can't touch anything in here. The Wolf
] Let's walk.
: You've been Hoodwinked, baby!
: [pretending to be a building inspector
] Let me level with you, you're an evil genius, right? Boingo
: Well, I don't know if I'd say "genius," you know. I was asked to join Mensa. The Wolf
: Well, you got yourself an evil lair in a mountain cave. That's standard, but see, most masters of evil that we deal with are up to evil genius code. Are you familiar with the code? Boingo
: You know, I'm more of a do-it-yourself kind of guy. Yeah. The Wolf
: I understand. Are you thinking about puttin' in a laser? Boingo
: I don't know. I don't... Do you think I should? The Wolf
: Well, it's standard equipment for a cave lair. I'm not saying you're going to zap someone with it today, but you gotta think about the future. Those things have gotta be calibrated.
: I smell hairspray
[looks up and sees Granny
: Oh, you'd best be fearing the ear baby!
: You're crazy! Boingo
: Maybe so, but I'm top of the woods now baby!
: Dolph, tie up the brat; Liesel, hold the book; Vincent, get the truck; and Keith... darn it change your name, please. That's not scary and I'm embarrassed to say it. Boris, try that. Keith, ya know, OOOO Watch out for Keith!
: Oh you best be fearing the ear, baby!
: [catching up, out of breath after chasing Red
] So when do we eat? The Wolf
: Sure, you hungry for failure? Maybe a side of unemployment? 'Cause that's what's for lunch. Twitchy
: What do we do? The Wolf
: We go right to the source. We've gotta get to Granny's before the kid does.
: Is it a surprise? The Wolf
: Surprise for who? Boingo
: You're going over to Granny's house to surprise Red. I mean, is it her birthday, or some kind of shim dig, 'cause I'm great at parties! Watch me pull myself out of a hat!
[scratches his right ear against his head with a very forced grimace
] The Wolf
: Yeah, big surprise party. You know how to get there? Boingo
: Oh, yeah. Yeah. In fact, I know a shortcut. The Wolf
: [to Twitchy, incredulous
] You hear that? He knows a shortcut. Boingo
: Over the woods and through the river... No, you don't wanna go through the river. You'll get all wet. The Wolf
: You see, Twitchy? You get lemons, you make lemonade.
[Cuts to the Wolf and Twitchy walking in ankle-deep water through a pitch-black tunnel; Twitchy turns on his camera light
] The Wolf
: And then that lemonade goes bitter, and ferments, and turns to pig-swill. Never trust a bunny with directions, Twitchy. Twitchy
: Sure thing, boss! Never trust a bunny! The Wolf
: Well the bright side is at least I finally dried off.
[immediately falls into a small hole, soaking his hoodie and bringing the water up to his waist
] The Wolf
: Why couldn't I write movie reviews? We are in a pickle, and I blame myself. That bunny was worthless, not to mention he wrote the directions on an Easter Egg...
[holds up a brightly colored Easter egg with illegible text scribbled on the side
] The Wolf
: ... which is very hard to read. Twitchy
: Oh, we're gonnadie here! The Wolf
: Come on, that's what they said at the Alamo!
[to the bound and gagged Red
: I'm sorry, what... I can't quite... with the... you got something right there across your mouth!
[Dolph and Boingo get off the tram at the top terminal
: I don't like it. The cops are all over the place. Boingo
: Forget about the cops! We've got everything we need right here! Dolph
: What about the old lady? She's alive. She'll be back. Boingo
: You just don't get it, do you, Dolph? I'm done! I'm done dancing for the man - The Muffin Man! And Granny! They can both take a hike! I'm never gonna answer to anyone ever again!
[Boingo bursts out wailing, then cackles, then cries, all in a matter of seconds, then immediately sobers up
: Oh! I just love my job!
[He and Dolph start walking down the loading ramp
: You see how it works, Dolph? You prioritize, you set your goals, you write a mission statement. You ask yourself, "Where do I see me in five years?" Red Puckett
: How about behind bars?
[Boingo turns around and sees Red standing at the bottom of the ramp, glaring at him
] Red! Oh! Hey, Red! What are you- you've spoiled the surprise! Red Puckett
: You're the bandit!
[while Red is riding her bike, Boingo spots her
: Hey, Red!
[hops into her bike basket as she passes
: Ohh, nice outfit! Always red with you. You must be in autumn. Red Puckett
: Hey, Boingo. Aren't you helping the Muffin Man today? Boingo
] Na, he closed up shop. Someone stole all his recipes last night, and now I'm out of a job. Red Puckett
: Oh, geez, Boingo, I'm really sorry. Are you still working the cable car? Boingo
: Yeah, yeah I am but it's not as fun as making goodies all day. Red Puckett
: Would a carrot crumpet make you feel better?
[hands him one
] Oh boy! Oh boy! Thanks, Red, I can always count on you to deliver, you little rascal... devil! Red Puckett
: Yeah, well, the woods don't go 'round by themselves.
Boingo the Bunny
: Why are you reading that book? Nobody reads books anymore! Movies are always better, especially sequels.