Holly Hobbie and Friends: Best Friends Forever (2007 Video)
Holly Hobbie: [singing] Oh, there must be something I can do / And even though I haven't got a clue / And I hope one day I can find a way / To make these troubles disappear / I'm gonna succeed, have no fear / 'Cause no problem is bigger than me.
Holly Hobbie: I can't believe how boring this summer is.
Aunt Jessie: So, what are you girls up to today?
Holly Hobbie: Absolutely nothing. We're totally and completely bored.
Carrie Baker: There's nothing to do around here.
Amy Morris: We're even bored of trying to come up with ideas that would end our boredom.
Aunt Jessie: Hmm, I don't think I've ever been bored in my entire life. I'm not sure I even believe in the word.
Holly Hobbie: Really, Aunt Jessie?
Aunt Jessie: Life is too interesting to be boring.
Carrie Baker: A crow lives there.
Amy Morris: Yeah, Mrs. Crow, and she never comes out.
Holly Hobbie: Maybe she just likes to be left alone.
[walks toward house]
Carrie Baker: Holly, what are you doing?
Holly Hobbie: I just want to read this.
Amy Morris: She's like all those girls in horror movies who just can't turn and run away. They always have to stick around. And you know what happens to them.
Willie Scranton: I may be deaf as a post, but that noise just about punctured my eardrums.
Robby Hobbie: it's not noise, Mr. Scranton. It's a world record in the making.
Willie Scranton: I don't care if it's a *gold* record in the making. Put that thing out of its misery, before I lodge a formal complaint.
Robby Hobbie: [putting away his accordion sadly] Okay.
Willie Scranton: That's more like it!
Willie Scranton: Darn kids with their rock and roll music, and turn up the amplifiers, and I don't know what all...
Annabelle Crow: My dear, if you're going to keep apologizing, I insist on offering you a cup of tea. And I should at least know your name.
Holly Hobbie: Oh, sorry. I mean, I'm Holly. Holly Hobbie.
Annabelle Crow: Of course. I can't believe it. You look just like her.
Holly Hobbie: Like who?
Annabelle Crow: I should have known. Your great-grandma Holly and I would have the best times.
Annabelle Crow: Thank you for bringing the letters, Minnie.
Minnie: Well, save your thanks till after you open the one from the government. That one can only be bad news.
Holly Hobbie: Bad news?
[back at home, talking with her family]
Holly Hobbie: So Annabelle has to move out of her house. They're gonna tear it down! The letter said the government was gonna put a railroad track right through her property. Can they do that?
Aunt Jessie: I'm afraid so, sweetie.
Holly Hobbie: [staring at photo of her great-grandmother] I'll find a way to help your old friend, Great-Grandma. Promise.
Amy Morris: Muffin?
Mayor Whitman: Uh, I've had three already.
Amy Morris: Have four. They're light.
Carrie Baker: Amy, I've heard of "buttering somebody up," but don't go overboard.
Robby Hobbie: You know, Willie -
Willie Scranton: That's Mr. Scranton to you. Mind your manners.
Robby Hobbie: Uh, sorry. I was just thinking, I bet if you wre about 90 years younger, you, me, and Kyle would be best friends.
Willie Scranton: Is that so?
Kyle Morris: Totally.
Robby Hobbie: Yeah, you're the first grownup we've ever met who likes the same things we like.
Willie Scranton: Well, I - I must admit, I had the wrong impression of you pipsqueaks. Had no idea you were such enthusiasts for the strange.