Louie: C'mon, Big Eyes, ya killin' me. What's the matter?
Cecilia: It's Thanksgiving...
Louie: So, what's there to cry about? Ya don't like turkey?
Professor Screweyes: Brother! Brother, wait! When I am all alone... when I have no one to scare, I get very frightened myself.
Buster: Hey, aren't you a dinosaur?
Rex: Why, yes. From tooth to toe, I am.
Buster: Then, what are you doin' playing golf?
Rex: I'm smart, Buster. I'm a smart dinosaur. But... I wasn't always.
Buster: You weren't?
Rex: Oh, no. I started off stupid and violent.
Buster: You DID?
Rex: This was a long time ago, you understand? A LONG time ago. I was a real terror then. I was a real animal. And I was hungry, ALL the time!
Louie: Everybody, I'd like you to meet my new friend, Cecilia Nuthatch.
Rex: The name's Rex. Nice to meet you.
Cecilia: A pleasure Rex.
Cecilia: Very nice to meet you.
Dweeb: ...And I'm Dweeb! Hi!
Cecilia: A pleasure, Dweeb.
Cecilia: Very nice to meet you.
Elsa: [chuckling] She's so well brought-up!
Louie: Alright, break it up. Enough with the pleasantries...
Professor Screweyes: Hey Stubbs! Where do you think you're goin'? Get back here!
Stubbs the Clown: Oh, I forgot to tell ya... I QUIT! I quit! Ha! I resign! Are you gettin' this completely in your ear? I am PROFOUNDLY outta here! And this ain't about money. I ain't even complaining about my dry cleaning bill. But hang around with elephants all day and try to keep YOUR clothes clean!
Stubbs the Clown: But that's not the point. The point is, I quit. Quittski! Over-and-outski! That's all she wrote! KEEP MY LAST CHECK, BUDDY!
[hands each item to Screweyes as he mentions it]
Stubbs the Clown: Here's my shoes, my nose, my horn, my buzzer, my fake arm, my bug-eye glasses, my backstage passes, my hat, my rabbit, HIS backstage passes, my fake fangs, a few birds, my pogo stick, my donkey ears, my extending tounge gag, my rubber chicken; Ya can't even get these anymore; my lucky whale tooth, and a giant clam that opens to reveal the American flag held by a mermaid and her normal brother, Richard!
Stubbs the Clown: SO LONG! Oh, and by the way, in case you're wondering why I'm talking and they're laughing, let me explain it to ya...
Stubbs the Clown: [Screams] THAT'S! COMEDY!
Rex: Sorry about the way I acted. I was a real animal.
Elsa: We all have regrets, Rex.
Woog: Tell me about it. The things I've stepped on.
Dr. Bleeb: They're not here. I missed them again because of my endless, shameless lateness. No matter, we'll rendezvous. We'll rendezvous.
Rex: I'm Rex. What's your name?
Louie: I think it's Louie, but seeing you guys is giving me doubts about my brain.
Captain Neweyes: Heard your wish on my wish radio. "Let no bad happen." Very good. Couldn't agree more.
Louie: Just get me to the circus and we'll say no more about it.
[He starts walking as the dinosaurs follow him, Rex bumps his head on one of the construction devices with a clang]
Rex: Ow! Ooh!
Louie: Be careful, will ya? I can't be savin' ya every two minutes.
Dr. Bleeb: [Walks to the crane area where Louie and the dinosaurs just left] Welcome to New York City!
[adjusts her glasses, realizes that those are cranes]
Dr. Bleeb: Oh, I missed them from apparent lateness. We'll rendezvous, we'll rendezvous.
Dr. Bleeb: [Not noticing as Rex runs and steps over her, puts a poster over the Professor Screweyes Eccentric Circus poster] Dinosaur exhibit, the Museum of Natural History. You can't skimp out publicity.
Cecilia: [the kids are in costume, participating in the circus as a cover] Louie, I feel so silly! What is wrong with these people?
Louie: I dunno, but I've never seen so many tonsils in my life!
[Louie and Cecilia are about to sign Prof. Screweyes' contract]
Cecilia: Louie, I'm scared.
Professor Screweyes: You are? Good.
Professor Screweyes: [describing his Fright Radio] It picks up what people are scared to death of. You see, I find out what they're frightened of on this radio and that's what I try to give them with my circus. It's a public service, but this is the station that comes in the loudest of all.
[Prof. Screweyes has just shown off his Fright Radio to the kids and the dinosaurs]
Professor Screweyes: You see what they're most afraid of?
Professor Screweyes: Monsters!
Professor Screweyes: You!
Professor Screweyes: [holding out a jar of glowing pills] With a little help, yes.
Cecilia: What's that?
Professor Screweyes: It's Brain Drain, the remedy to my brother's goody-two-shoes breakfast cereal. It'll take you back. It'll make you monsters.
Woog: But we don't want to be monsters.
Rex: We're not taking anything. You can forget it.
Professor Screweyes: All right, you're free. You can go. I can't stop you. But the kids... are mine.