Hyp: When you're big, you can do anything you want to do. All the rules that grown-ups make, they don't apply to you.
Ducky: Don't worry, Littlefoot. You're not an influence... whatever that is.
Cera: I don't understand, Daddy.
Cera's Father: You need friends who know how to behave, especially in times like this.
Cera: Littlefoot is my friend. He'll always be my friend.
Cera's Father: Cera, I'm your father. I want what's best for you.
Cera: No, you don't! You just don't want me to have any fun!
Petrie: Hey, me want to play Bullies too! "Hey buddy! You don't eat MY green food!"
[Spike spits water at him]
Petrie: Hmph! Me go play Bullies somewhere else!
Hyp: There they are and look what they found for us.
Mutt: [laughing] Yeah.
Nod: [laughing] Yeah!
Mutt: What is it?
Hyp: Hi-yah, hatchlings! Say, "Bye bye, water"!
Ducky: Why? Is it going somewhere?
Hyp: No, but YOU are!
Nod: This is our water now.
Mutt: So give it back!
Petrie: Give back? But it already in my tummy.
Ducky: But do you not want to share?
Hyp: We don't share with anybody, do we?
Mutt: Uh, no. Nuh-uh!
Hyp: So I'm warning you, small fries, if you tell anybody else about this water, you'll be very, very, sorry!
Littlefoot: We're telling and you better not try and stop us.
Cera's Father: Yelling is no way to teach your child what is right or to show that you care.
Hyp's Father: How would you know?
Cera's Father: I know because... because I have a daughter and I yell at her. Too much. Especially when I'm worried for her safety.
Cera: You don't have to worry about me, daddy.
Cera's Father: If you always react with anger, that's all your son will know. And, that's all he'll be able to express to others.
Cera's Father: I know now that we can't live together that way - with such anger between us. Our kids found water because they worked together. Now, we must work together too.
Grandpa: At last, we all agree.
Littlefoot: How come all you ever want to do is fight, Hyp?
Hyp: Because we're bigger! Bigger is smarter! Bigger is meaner! And bigger is better!
Narrator: And so, as it turned out, the dinosaurs traveled from green spot to green spot eating their fill. Each finding a way to help others find what they needed. Each learning the special kind of joy, which comes from giving to others. And in the years to come, this story of sharing was told over and over again until it became known as the time of the great giving.
Ducky: I do not like Sharpteeth, oh no. Their teeth are too sharp.