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Timmy's Dad Hates Dinkleberg

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Timmy's Dad Hates Dinkleberg

[screens chirping] - DIDN'T THIS USED TO BE MY ROOM? - NOT ANYMORE. WELCOME TO OPERATION DINKLEBERG. FOR YEARS, DINKLEBERG HAS FOOLED EVERYONE WITH HIS PHONY "GOOD NEIGHBOR" ACT. LENDING PEOPLE CUPS OF SUGAR, NURSING THOSE BABY BIRDS BACK TO HEALTH, DONATING ONE OF HIS KIDNEYS TO SAVE MY LIFE. HA, LIKE I'D REALLY FALL FOR THAT. TIMMY, IT'S TIME TO EXPOSE DINKLEBERG FOR THE MONSTER HE REALLY IS. - UH-HUH, AND HOW EXACTLY ARE YOU GONNA DO THAT? - WE, TIMMY. WE! WE'RE GOING TO DO IT. WE'LL WATCH THAT FIEND 24/7 AND CATCH HIM IN AN ACT OF EVIL. UNTIL THEN, YOU'RE NOT LEAVING MY SIDE, EXCEPT WHEN I GO TO THE BATHROOM TO TRY OUT MY NEW KIDNEY. - GUYS, WHAT AM I GONNA DO? IF MY DAD'S WITH ME ALL THE TIME, YOU CAN'T GRANT MY WISHES. AH! I'LL HAVE TO DO THINGS FOR MYSELF! - DEH! NO TOILET PAPER? DINKLEBERG HAS STRUCK AGAIN! - RELAX, SPORT. YOUR DAD CAN'T OBSESS ABOUT MR. DINKLEBERG FOREVER. - YEAH, HE'S NOT THAT CRAZY. - CODE RED. CODE RED! THE CHICKEN HAS LEFT THE HENHOUSE! - IS THAT SPY TALK FOR "DINKLEBERG IS ON THE MOVE"? - NO, IT'S SPY TALK FOR "MY PANTS ARE DOWN AROUND MY ANKLES." OH, NO. DINKLEBERG'S HEADING INTO HIS EVIL LAIR. SWITCHING TO INSIDE CAMERAS. EEH, I FORGOT. WE DON'T HAVE INSIDE CAMERAS. [gasps] DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS, TIMMY? - I HOPE THAT MEANS YOU'RE GONNA PULL UP YOUR PANTS NOW. - THERE'S NO TIME! BESIDES, THAT'S JUST WHAT DINKLEBERG WOULD WANT ME TO DO. WE'VE GOT TO GET A CAMERA INSIDE DINKLEBERG'S HOUSE. AND YOU'RE JUST THE GIRL TO DO IT. [rumbling] - UH-OH. EVERYBODY, BRACE FOR IMPACT! [rumbling and sobbing, customers screaming] TELL ME YOU'VE GOT SOMETHING TOTALLY CORAL PLANNED FOR MY BIRTHDAY PARTY. - NOW, NOW, DON'T SNAP YOUR MIZZENMAST. EVERYTHING IS ALL SET. WHY, I'VE ALREADY GOT THE PARTY FAVORS: BUBBLE WRAP! THIS YEAR'S GONNA BE A BLAST. - DADDY, YOU RUINED ALL MY BIRTHDAY PARTIES. BUT YOU BETTER NOT RUIN THIS ONE. NOW, PROMISE ME YOU WON'T BE CHEAP. - [gulps] I PROMISE. - GOOD. BECAUSE I MADE A LIST. NOW, I WANT EVERYTHING ON THIS LIST AT MY PARTY. BYE. I'LL BE AT THE MALL WITH MY FRIENDS. - SPONGEBOB! - YES, MR. KRABS? - WHILE I PLAN THE PARTY, I WANT YOU TO BUY PEARL'S PRESENT. HERE YOU GO, BOY. - WHAT'S THIS, MR. KRABS? - IT'S ME CREDIT CARD. YOU USE IT INSTEAD OF MONEY. - I CAN BUY STUFF WITH JUST THIS PIECE OF PLASTIC? I DON'T NEED MONEY? - EXACTLY. - WHOA. - NOW REMEMBER, NOTHING'S TOO GOOD FOR ME LITTLE PEARL. I WANTED TO GIVE HER NOTHING, [mocking tone] BUT SHE'S TOO GOOD FOR THAT. NOW FOLLOW HER AROUND AND SEE WHAT SHE LIKES. YOU KNOW, DO SOME DETECTIVE WORK. DETECTIVE WORK. I'M GOING UNDERCOVER. - In our defense, we were only using the powers we were born with, so technically, this is your fault. -I would never melt the face off your mother's garden gnome. - Did that with one eye closed. - Ooh, nice, Nora! Bad Nora! - Yeah, thanks to you two, your father and I have to drive all over town replacing the stuff you ruined. - Why drive all over town when we can get everything at CostClub? - CostClub, Hank? Every time you go there, you buy something we don't need. - When have I ever bought something we did not need? But Barb, it's a lawnmower and a barbecue. A mow-becue. We need this. - [sighs] How'd that work out for you, Hank? - Kids, we're going out for dinner! Hi, my lawn's on fire. - [spritzing water] - Well, you're the one who wouldn't let me get the fire extinguisher-becue. - BOYS! ARE YOU BACK HERE? OH, MY MOLEY! DO NOT GIVE ATTENTION TO PARTYBOT! - PARTYBOT? - PARTYBOT? - [giggling] - WHERE'D HE COME FROM? - [sighs] - I WAS ONCE AN EXCEPTIONALLY POPULAR COLLEGE STUDENT. - [imitates a dog barking] [all laughing] - I WAS THE LIFE OF THE PARTY. BUT NO ONE COULD KEEP UP WITH ME. I NEEDED A PARTY BUDDY. SO I MADE ONE. OUR PARTY HEARTINESS WAS SOMETHING TO BEHOLD. [edgy rock and roll music] ONE DAY, PARTYBOT TOOK HIS THIRST FOR ATTENTION TOO FAR AND PANTSED ME. [all laughing] THAT'S WHEN I REALIZED I HAD CREATED A MONSTER. - [robotic voice] WOOT! - HE PANTSED YOU IN PUBLIC? - YES. AND IT WOULD BE VERY DANGEROUS IF HE WERE TO EVER POWER-UP AGAIN. - HEY, OLD MAN! WE DON'T GOT ALL NIGHT. OUR PARTY STARTS IN TWO HOURS. both: PARTY? HEE-HEE. - WHE-- WHE-- DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT IT. [silence] Check out my new titanium skewer, huh? Roast two s'mores at once. Eh, oh... All right, fellas, before we get back on the old dusty trail, who wants to hear a ghost story? (all) Ah! We! Yeah! I do! I do! Let's set the mood, shall we? ♪ Once there was this camper, and he was camping right here on this very spot. And he was cooking marshmallows just like we are. Ooh! And it burned. But he ate the burned... marshmallow anyways. And it screwed him up big time. And it--and it turned him i-into a monster. And he just started eating children! Aah! Why would he do that? Because monsters aren't rational. Oh, my crud! Wait, I think I heard something. I better go check it out. He'll be fine. The monsters only eat kids, right? [roaring] [all scream] [roaring] Ha ha. Just kidding, boys. Just--ow! [all screaming] Ow! No, wait, wait! Whoa! Ow! Ow! [grunting] Wait, it's not a monster. >> HEY, EVERYONE. >> HI, HONEY. >> HEY, MR. HART. >> CHARLOTTE. >> JASPER'S IN THE BATHROOM. >> AH, GEEZ. >> AND HENRY SAID HE DIDN'T WANT TO MAKE DINNER. >> WHAT? IT'S HIS NIGHT. >> I'M GOING TO MAKE DINNER. >> HENRY, BEFORE YOU START... >> WHAT'S UP? >> I GOT A CALL AT WORK TODAY FROM ONE OF YOUR TEACHERS, MISS SHAPEN? >> WH-- SHE CALLED YOU AT WORK? THAT'S SO RUDE OF HER. >> APPARENTLY YOU FELL ASLEEP IN CLASS TODAY AND FAILED YOUR PUERTO RICAN HISTORY TEST. >> WELL... >> DO YOU REALIZE HOW IMPORTANT PUERTO RICAN HISTORY IS? >> YEAH. I'M SORRY I FELL ASLEEP IN CLASS. WELL, YOUR TEACHER SAYS IT'S BEEN HAPPENING A LOT. FALLING ASLEEP IN CLASS, NOT DOING YOUR HOMEWORK. >> I KNOW, IT'S... IT'S JUST KIND OF TOUGH WITH SCHOOL AND MY NEW JOB AT JUNK-N-STUFF. >> WELL, IF YOU CAN'T KEEP YOUR GRADES UP, YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE TO QUIT YOUR JOB. >> I CAN'T QUIT. MY JOB'S A REALLY BIG DEAL. >> IT'S A JUNK SHOP. YOU SWEEP THE FLOORS. >> MISS SHAPEN SAID I CAN TAKE A MAKEUP TEST BEFORE SCHOOL ON FRIDAY. >> I EXPECT AN "A". >> YOU GOT IT. I'LL GO UPSTAIRS AND STUDY RIGHT NOW. >> HEY, WHOA, WHOA. HEY, HEY, HEY. YOU STUDY AFTER YOU MAKE THE CHILI BALLS. >> BUT-- >> AND MAKE THEM SPICY THIS TIME. >> YEAH! NO MORE TELEVISION FOR THE WHOLE WEEKEND. both: WHAT? - GOOD PARENTING, DAD. THEY DESERVE IT. - ALL OF YOU. both: WHAT? - I DON'T WANT ANY FIGHTING THIS WEEKEND. TOMORROW IS YOUR MOTHER AND MY ANNIVERSARY. AND THIS YEAR, YOU ARE NOT GONNA RUIN IT. - BUT WE DIDN'T RUIN IT LAST YEAR. YOU DID. - YEAH, YOU'RE THE ONE WHO BOUGHT YOUR LADY THOSE SNOW TIRES. - WELL, THIS YEAR IS GONNA BE PERFECT, ESPECIALLY NOW THAT I DON'T HAVE TO LISTEN TO YOU GUYS ARGUE ABOUT WHO'S THE BEST AT THE REMOTE, WHICH, BY THE WAY, IS POINTLESS SINCE WE ALL KNOW IT'S ME. YOU MIGHT WANT TO FILM THIS. GO. STOP. - YOU DIDN'T DO ANYTHING. - CHECK THE FOOTAGE, SPIELBERG, IN SLO-MO. all: OOH. - WELL, AT LEAST WE CAN STILL WATCH TV ON THIS ALL DAY. - LOOKING FOR THIS? OH. OH, I LOOK GOOD ON CAMERA.