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Mr. Tod (Character)
from "Peter Rabbit" (2012)

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"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Radish Robber/The Tale of Two Enemies (#1.1)" (2013)
Lily Bobtail: You shouldn't sneak up like that!
Mr. Tod: I'm a fox! Sneaking is sort of what I do.

Mr. Tod: [smelling the rabbit's radishes] I am quite keen on the peppery flavour of raphanus satavus, as it happens.

Mr. Tod: Come, come, Peter Rabbit. Even your father never tried to outfox a fox.

[Peter, Benjamin and Lily have escaped Mr. Tod's clutches]
Mr. Tod: [picking up a radish] Ah, well. The main dish may have escaped, but the salad is intact.

Peter Rabbit: [heavy-breathing] Okay... I think... we're safe.
[Mr. Tod appears from behind a tree, grabbing Benjamin]
Mr. Tod: I beg to differ. Tonight I shall feast on wild rabbit, with garlic potatoes and...
Peter Rabbit: Carrots?
[throws a carrot at Mr. Tod]
Mr. Tod: What a splendid...
[the carrot ends up in his mouth]
Mr. Tod: [with the carrot stuck in his mouth] ... idea.
[falls down]

Mr. Tod: [exhausted after having been chased by Tommy Brock] May... may I suggest we resume this chase after we both had some sleep?
Tommy Brock: [exhausted] Yeah... Good idea. In the same time, same place tomorrow.
Mr. Tod: Agreed.
[they shake hands. Tommy Brock begins to walk away. Mr. Tod notices a blue string on his jacket]
Mr. Tod: Wait! What's that?
Tommy Brock: [stopping] Huh? It's my back, isn't it?

[Tommy Brock is holding Peter as he stands in front of Mr.Tod's cooking pot]
Mr. Tod: Oh, I do so love a good barbecue.
Peter Rabbit: Me too! Oh, I know a really good blackberry bush for dessert. If I can... just show you...
Tommy Brock: Keep still!
Mr. Tod: No more tricks today, Peter.
[to Tommy Brock]
Mr. Tod: Now, how do you like your rabbit, Mr.Brock? Roasted? Fried?
Tommy Brock: I'm more of a worms bloke myself.
Mr. Tod: [appalled] Worms? Oh, so uncivilized. Maybe you should leave the cooking to me.

Mr. Tod: [about cooking Peter] No, Mr.Brock! We shall not chuck a few worms in to spice it up!
Tommy Brock: You haven't even tried one!
Peter Rabbit: [waiting for Benjamin and Lily to rescue him, in a whisper] Come on, you two, hurry...
Mr. Tod: No! No worms!
Tommy Brock: No worms, no deal!
Peter Rabbit: Hey, hey, hey, hey. I've got an idea. Why don't we all go home, sleep on it, and then you can cook me tomorrow? Agreed?
Mr. Tod: Agreed.
Tommy Brock: Agreed.
Mr. Tod, Tommy Brock: [realizing their mistake] What?
Tommy Brock: [to Peter] Think I'm dumb, do you, rabbit?
Peter Rabbit: Well...


"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Greedy Fox/The Tale of the Secret Treehouse (#1.3)" (2013)
Jemima Puddleduck: You ate my oatcakes without asking!
Mr. Tod: Oatcakes? Too plain for me.
[assumes a greedy expression]
Mr. Tod: I'm more of a... meat-eater!

Mr. Tod: [to Jemima, putting his pot on the floor] For such an honored guest, we should use only my largest cooking pot!
[goes consulting a book]
Mr. Tod: [in a whisper] Here we are... my recipe for roast duck.
[Jemima puts her head inside the pot]
Jemima Puddleduck: My, this pot is enormous! I could fit in there myself!
Mr. Tod: [sarcastic] You don't say.

Jemima Puddleduck: [looking at the vegetables on the table] Vegetables? I've never made oatcakes with vegetables before.
[Mr.Tod puts salt on Jemima when she's not watching]
Mr. Tod: Oh, do you... I mean, don't they look delicious? Would you mind terribly putting this orange in your mouth?

Mr. Tod: First a duck, now rabbits. A whole feast right on my doorstep.

Mr. Tod: Jemima, really. Oatcakes must be stirred with one's feet. Surely you knew.
Jemima Puddleduck: [spitting orange] My feet? Oh, me, oh, my. Why didn't you say so, Mr.Tod?
[enters the pot]
Mr. Tod: That's it.

Jemima Puddleduck: [inside the pot] This mixture seems awfully watery for oatcakes.
Mr. Tod: [tasting the mixture] It's almost perfect. Just needs one more thing: the lid!
[is about to close Jemima in the pot. Peter appears before him]
Peter Rabbit: Oh, no, you don't! You leave Mrs.Puddleduck alone. Or else!
Jemima Puddleduck: Peter Rabbit! What a surprise! And just in time to join us for oatcakes.
Mr. Tod: Yes, Peter. Do stay for dinner, I insist.

Mr. Tod: [to the rabbits] I only want to talk to you. Over dinner.


"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of Benjamin's Strawberry Raid/The Tale of the Lying Fox (#1.2)" (2013)
Peter Rabbit: If I help you, do you promise you won't try to catch me?
Mr. Tod: No, but I'll give you a headstart.
[Peter is about to go away]
Mr. Tod: [stopping Peter] Alright, alright. Rabbit is off my menu for good. Fox's honor.

Mr. Tod: [to Peter] You've got to help me find another way out of here. Please! If you do, I'll... I'll... I'll give you all vegetables in my kitchen.
Mr. McGregor: [running in Peter and Mr.Tod's direction] Come back here, rabbits!
Peter Rabbit: [to Mr.Tod] All of them?
[Mr.Tod positively nods his head]
Peter Rabbit: Ok. Fine. But follow me and stay low.
Mr. Tod: [in a whisper] The only vergetables you're going to see are the ones cooking with you in my pot.

Mr. Tod: Please, Peter, help me and I'll... I'll show you how to find my secret blackberry bush.
Peter Rabbit: I already know where that is.
Mr. Tod: You do? Alright, then: I'll promise not to try and catch you while you eat them.

Mr. Tod: I confess I always wanted to catch you, Peter, but it seems I must leave that honor to Mr. McGregor. I imagine he'll rather enjoy you... in a pie!

Peter Rabbit: [pretending to be trapped in an underground hole] Mr.Tod! Help me! I'm stuck here down the tunnel!
Mr. Tod: Oh, I'll help, alright. Help eat you up!


"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of Benjamin's New Map/The Tale of the Wrecked Treehouse (#2.8)" (2014)
Mr. Tod: [to Benjamin] If you're looking for somewhere to rest, there's plenty of room in my cooking pot. A little salt and pepper and you'll make a lovely casserole.
Peter Rabbit: Hey, Mr. Tod! Why don't you pick on someone your own size?
Mr. Tod: I could. Or I could pick on both of you.

Tommy Brock: Hey, what about me worms?
Mr. Tod: Did I say worms? I meant to say: what a beautiful, waaaarm day we're having. Goodbye.

Mr. Tod: Sleeping again, eh, Brock? While you're snoring away, I'll be at the rabbits' home, preparing a magnificent rabbit feast.

Mr. Tod: [finding Lily's drawings] A little primitive, but not bad. I could hang these in the parlor. Or maybe above the bath.


"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Peek-a-Boo Rabbit/The Tale of Jeremy Fisher's Musical Adventure (#2.7)" (2014)
Mr. Tod: [to Cottontail] Well played, my dear. You gave me quite a fright. What say we play a different sort of game?
Cottontail Rabbit: Yay!
[follows Mr. Tod]
Mr. Tod: Have you ever played hop in the pot?

[Mr. Tod has almost reached home, followed by Cottontail]
Mr. Tod: Not far now, my snack-sized rabbit.

Jeremy Fisher: [having landed on Mr. Tod's lunch table] Terribly sorry to intrude, Mr.Tod. I hope I haven't spoiled your lovely picnic.
Mr. Tod: Spoil it? On the contrary! You improved it.

Jeremy Fisher: I really must get getting back.
Mr. Tod: Oh, no. I absolutely insist that you stay for lunch. It wouldn't be the same without you.


"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Angry Cat/The Tale of Mr. Tod's Trap (#1.4)" (2013)
Mr. Tod: [singing] Steam and simmer, bake and stew, willow fried barbecue!

Mr. Tod: Nobody can untie one of my special figure 8 rolling hitch double overhand two and a half loop knots!

[Lily is locked in a cage. Mr.Tod is about to eat her]
Peter Rabbit: [on a cliff nearby] Hey, Mr.Tod! Up here!
[Mr. Tod turns around. He sees the shapes of Peter and Benjamin on the cliff. They've made a snow rabbit]
Mr. Tod: You're too late to save your little friend, Peter Rabbit!
Peter Rabbit: You're right! She is little, hardly going to make much of a meal, is she?
Lily Bobtail: Yeah... I'm just a snack compared to our friend Roly over there.
[shows the snow rabbit to Mr.Tod. He has sun in the eyes]
Peter Rabbit: Man, lucky Roly Poly wasn't caught in your trap. Look at the size of him. He'd make a fine breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Benjamin Bouncer: With enough leftover for sandwiches!
Mr. Tod: [looking at the shape of the snow rabbit] Hmm, he doesn't look like he can run away very fast...

Mr. Tod: [his last line in the episode] I should have stayed in bed.


"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Lucky Four Leaf Clover/The Tale of the Unguarded Garden (#1.7)" (2013)
Mr. Tod: [chasing Peter, Benjamin and Lily] Stop! Wait! Why can't you all run the same way?
[the rabbits are no longer in sight]
Mr. Tod: Well, I could catch you, if I wanted to. I just find running so undignified.

Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bouncer, Lily Bobtail: [as they take fruit and vegetables from Mr.McGregor's garden, singing] Roots, fruits, greens and beans! Roots, fruits, greens and beans! Roots, fruits, greens and beans!
[Mr. Tod is walking by the garden's fence. He hears the song]
Mr. Tod: Hmm, how unusual. A song about food sung by food.

Benjamin Bouncer: [hiding from Mr. Tod by holding two strawberries, scared] I'm a little strawberry, I'm a little strawberry...
Mr. Tod: How considerate. Providing your own strawberry garnish.


"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Big Move/The Tale of the Lost Tunnels (#1.8)" (2013)
[the rabbits have successfully locked Old Brown, Tommy Brock and Mr. Tod inside the latter's house]
Old Brown: We're trapped!
Tommy Brock: Well, if we're stuck in here, I'll reckon I'll have myself a snooze.
[heavily plops down on Mr. Tod's armchair, causing a table nearby to fall on the floor]
Mr. Tod: Oh, you clumsy oaf! My tea table!
Old Brown: [flapping around] Tea table? What kind of hunter has a tea table, I ask you?
[hits some china with his wing, causing it to fall on the floor and break]
Mr. Tod: My best china! Both of you, stop it! You're wrecking the place. First my table, then my china. Why don't you just knock the walls down and be done with it?
[thinks]
Mr. Tod: [to himself, in a whisper] Hmm, not the walls, but perhaps the door.
[gets closer to the housedoor]
Mr. Tod: [to Old Brown] You're a squawky old feather duster.
Old Brown: [annoyed] Feather duster, am I?
Mr. Tod: Yes, you heard me. You couldn't peck your way out of a wet paper bag!
[turns to Tommy Brock]
Mr. Tod: As for you, you smelly old carpet, you couldn't badge your way out of a balloon!
[both Tommy Brock and Old Brown angrily charge in Mr. Tod's direction. He steps aside, causing the two to crash into the door and knock it down]
Mr. Tod: [getting outside] Wonderful. You are a strong pair of fellows. Now we're free. Free to get those rabbits!

[Mr. Tod, Tommy Brock and Old Brown are chasing the rabbits]
Mr. Tod: Come back here, you terrible...
Tommy Brock: ...tiny little...
Old Brown: ...troublemaking tricksters!


"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Hero Rabbit/The Tale of the Falling Rock (#1.14)" (2013)
Mr. Tod: Mice! Come back here and be grabbed!

Mr. Tod: Why not hop in the pot, Benjamin? A hot bath and dinner is so relaxing. And this is both things in one!


"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Hazelnut Raid/The Tale of the Broken Bed (#1.13)" (2013)
Mr. Tod: [singing] Not too cold and not too hot. I like rabbits in a pot.


"Peter Rabbit: The Tale of the Squeaky Toy/The Tale of the Flying Rabbits (#2.10)" (2014)
Mr. Tod: Peter Rabbit. With his back turned. And it's not even my birthday.