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: Wait a second. What about our wishes? Genie
: Wishes? Do I look like a birthday cake? Huey
: Oh, come on! You can't fool us! A genie is supposed to grant wishes. Webby
: That's three wishes for every master. Genie
: Oh, geez! Everyone remembers that part.
: [Scrooge has opened a chest stolen by Collie Baba and discovers it to be full of clothes
] He stole clothes? Scrooge McDuck
: Ah, nothing but old robes. 40 years of searching, and all I end up with is Collie Baba's dirty laundry! Webby
: Well, at least the box is pretty, Uncle Scrooge.
: Webby! What did you do this time? Webby
: I'm sorry. Just make them stop! Louie
: But I've only got one wish left! Scrooge McDuck
: Boys! What is going on? Huey
: Uh-oh. Looks like the jig is up. Go ahead, Louie.
: After I'm done polishing my teapot, we can have a tea party with all my dollies. Huey
: Thanks for the warning.
[for her first wish, Webby wished for a baby elephant and the genie grants it against his will; a baby elephant appears in the room
: Now look what you've gone and done! Webby
: What's wrong? She's cute. Genie
: And big! Big wishes always big trouble! The bigger the wish, the bigger the trouble! Louie
: He's right. One look at that elephant, and Uncle Scrooge will want to know what's up. Genie
: Everyone who sees it will, and pretty soon, everyone will be fighting over me, the wishes will get out of control, and I'll end up being in the lamp for another thousand years! Louie
: Jeepers! I hadn't thought of that! Genie
: So please, please! Make small wishes!
: Genie, you're gonna love playing tea party. Genie
: I know. I read all about it. Can I be the guy who dresses like an Indian and throws the tea off the boat? Webby
: No silly, not a Boston Tea Party.
: Wish them back, please! Webby
: I can't! That was my last wish! Genie
: I wish you hadn't said that!
: How can I ever thank you, Master? Scrooge McDuck
: I'm not your master anymore! Genie
: That's right! Can I call you "Uncle Scrooge"? Scrooge McDuck
: You're a sweet kid, but don't press your luck. Dewey
: So, what do you want to do as your first day as a boy? Genie
: Well, let me put it this way... you'll never catch me, coppers! Huey
: Quackarooney! Louie
: Oh boy! Dewey
: I'm gonna get you! Webby
: Are you coming with us, Uncle Scrooge? Scrooge McDuck
: You go ahead, Webby dear. We quad-zillionaires have our own ideas of fun.
: Children, I think your uncle has something to say to you. Scrooge McDuck
: Aye... Welcome home! Can I get you and Gene anything? Cookies? Milk? Ice cream? Huey
: Oh, no thank you, Uncle Scrooge. Louie
: Yeah, we're kind of full. Webby
: And sleepy. Scrooge McDuck
: That's because it's past your bedtime. Now, scoot along, little ones. Huey
: Good night, Uncle Scrooge. Genie
: Nighty-night. Scrooge McDuck
: Sleep tight. Duckworth
: That's telling them, Sir.
: Now, you boys stay put and look after wee Webbigail. I'll be back with the treasure in no time. Huey
: Aww, nuts! We want to come with you, Unca Scrooge! Scrooge McDuck
: Dinnae worry, I'll be back with the treasure before you can say "e pluribus unum"! Huey
: E purple-bus whoo-um? Louie
: Yeah, I'm not sure that's as fast as you think it is... Dewey
: Besides, we should we have to stay here just because Webby's a big chicken? Huey
: Yeah! Louie
: We're not afraid of... whatever's hiding out there... are we? Webby
: You boys are so mean! I'll show you who's not afraid of the dark!
[Webby wants to go to the Himalayas
] Scrooge McDuck
: Not this time, Webby darling, I need you here looking after the boys. Otherwise, who knows what kind of actual trouble they could get into? Webby
: Oh... that's very smart.
: Unca Scrooge! Scrooge McDuck
: Indulge me, lads, the last thing this expedition needs is a wee lass about, and I'm gonna have enough trouble looking after Launchpad...
[a rumble is heard
] Launchpad McQuack
: [checks his tummy
] Wasn't me. Webby
: Then what was it?
[a roar is heard again
] Launchpad McQuack
] That definitely wasn't me! Scrooge McDuck
: Whatever it was, it won't last long if it tries to get between me and the Lost Crown! Webby
: Uncle Scrooge, don't go! Scrooge McDuck
: Dinnae worry, lassie, whatever is in that cave is no match for your Uncle Scrooge. I earned my fortune by being smarter than the smarties, and tougher than the toughies. If anything's in there, it had better step aside! Webby
: But I'm scared! Scrooge McDuck
: Stay with Launchpad, he'll take good care of you!
: Stay with Launchpad? Gee, now I'm EXTRA scared!
[Webby communicates with the female yeti
: W She says she's sorry if she hurt you. She's just upset 'cause she stepped on a thorn, and can't get it out. Scrooge McDuck
: A thorn? You don't suppose...
[checks out the yeti's foot
] Scrooge McDuck
: Here's your thorn, Webigail: the Lost Crown of Genghis Khan! Webby
: The pretty crown, you found it! Scrooge McDuck
: Aye, the poor creature was standing on it! Webby, I cannae thank you enough! I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me. Without your help we never would have found the treasure! Oh, and thanks to you too, ma'am!
[the yeti roars
] I think she likes you, Uncle Scrooge! Launchpad McQuack
: That's odd, usually it's me the ladies go gaga for...
: The Lost Crown of Genghis Khan is mine, lads! All it took was a bit of tenacity and perseverance! Webby
: And a little kindness and patience, right Uncle Scrooge? Scrooge McDuck
: Right you are, Webby darling. Now, where's Bubba run off to? Huey
: Yeah, where is he? He was here a minute ago... Bubba
] Why dolls no answer Bubba? Louie
: He's over there, having a tea party with Webby's toys. Bubba
: No? Bubba smash! Dewey
: Uh-oh, Webby, sounds like Bubba's not getting along so good with your Quacky Patch dolls... Webby
: [runs offscreen
] HEY! You keep away from my dolls, mister! Scrooge McDuck
: Er, remember, kindness and patience, Webigail! Set a good example for the lad!