TaleSpin (1990) s01e25 Episode Script

Whistlestop Jackson, Legend

[male voice]
Ha ha ha ha ha ha! Spin it!
Oh-oh oh-oh oh-oh-oh oh-oh
oh-oh oh-oh oh
Let's begin it.
Oh-oh oh-oh oh-oh-oh oh-oh
oh-oh oh-oh oh
Friends for life through
thick and thin with another tale to spin
All the trouble we get in
with another tale to spin
Spin it!
Oh-oh oh-oh oh-oh-oh oh-oh
oh-oh oh-oh oh
Spin it, my friend.
Oh-ee-yeah, oh-ee-yeah
Oh-ee-yo, oh-ee-yo
Oh-ee-yeah, oh-ee-yeah
Oh-ee-yo, oh-ee-yo
Spin it, let's begin it,
bear and grin it when you're in it
You can win it in a minute
when you spin it, spin it, spin it
Ha ha!
So spin it
TaleSpin! ♪
[bird calls]
[Baloo pants] Run! Run!
[Kit] I'm running, I'm running!
In! In!
I'm inning, I'm inning!
Fly! Fly!
I'm tryin', I'm tryin'! Come on, baby.
[Rebecca] 10, 11, 12, 13, 14.
If only we'd gotten a few thousand,
I'd have made a fortune selling them.
A few thousand? We almost got our tails
tattooed for this much, Rebecca.
You and your moneymakin' ideas!
I'm an entrepreneur with
good moneymaking sense.
More like nonsense!
Your schemes never work.
I tried to tell you before about the
nomads, but no, you knew better.
I know business, Baloo.
Supply and demand, cause and effect.
I'm tenacious and clear-headed.
No, you're stubborn and pigheaded
and won't admit when you're wrong.
Ha! I would, too. I'm just never wrong.
You watch. My next idea
will make millions, I guarantee it.
Next idea?
Take a look-see at our pontoonsie.
We'll be lucky to get back
in one piece from this idea!
Yup. Definitely an arrow.
And you got a whole bunch of them.
I know that! What about the pontoon?
Gonna need a new one of those.
We gotta get us a pontoon
or we're grounded.
And there's the lady to get us one!
Yo, Rebecca! I got
a pontoon to pick with you.
Baloo! Just the person I wanted to see.
Now, about that new pontoon
Here, buster.
Feast your eyes on what I just bought.
My next great idea!
What are they? Used golf balls?
They're truffles. Mushroom delicacies.
People eat them.
Hmm. Not bad.
Could use a little salt, though.
That cost $50!
50 bucks for a little
wrinkly thingy like that?
Boy, that's putting her money
where your mouth is.
Truffles grow in the jungle!
I'm going to find 'em, bring 'em back
and sell 'em at $50 a pop.
- We'll make a fortune.
- You're crazy!
We need a pontoon first.
So fork over the moola!
I'm sorry, Baloo,
but we're buying a pig instead.
[both] A pig?
- [mooing]
- [clucking]
One needs a specially trained pig
to sniff out truffles.
One of those cute little squealy ones.
[Baloo] We need a pontoon!
Besides, you don't seem like the type
that hangs around with pigs.
Watch who you're insultin', Becky.
Aren't they adorable?
Each one a truffle-finding juggernaut.
But there are more important things
we should be buying.
Did I hear someone say "buying"?
We're interested in hunting truffles.
These miniature Babaroosas can smell out
a truffle from over a mile away.
Imagine that!
They are pedigreed and papered
from only the finest bloodlines.
And how much for one?
A reasonable $3,000.
- Oh, dear.
- 3,000 smackers?
For an underfed piece of bacon?
Oh, no! You said the "B" word!
- What, bacon?
- [oinking]
- No, no!
- [oinking]
[Rebecca yells]
Rock-a-bye baby on the tree top!
When the wind blows
the cradle will rock!
When the bough breaks
the cradle will fall
And down will come baby
Cradle and all ♪
You know, for much less money
you could have this fine animal.
Get this smelly monster off me!
You know what they say: the bigger
the pig, the bigger the truffle.
Only $500!
Look, the truffle idea was bad enough.
Don't go buyin' Hogzilla here!
Don't bad-mouth my truffle idea.
It's wonderful.
- $400.
- Perfectly pigheaded.
- Why don't you just admit it?
- 300?
I'll show you!
I have $250 and 23 cents.
But we need a new pontoon.
After I find all those truffles
I'll buy you 100 pontoons.
Now, isn't that a good idea?
Great idea, Rebecca.
Great idea!
- [oinking]
- [yelling]
Gee, that sorta sounds like
Miss Cunningham.
Yeah. Does she have a cold?
Stop this pig! Stop this pig! [screams]
Well, now, that was dandy!
Need any help there, Becky?
No [splutters] thank you.
Hey, Baloo, did you get the new pontoon?
Does that answer your question?
Wow, a pig!
Is that what they make
pontoons out of these days?
You ought to be more careful,
Miss Cunningham.
What if that pig hadn't stopped?
That is not just a pig, Kit.
That is a means to a fortune.
Come off it, Becky! You don't even
know if this monster likes truffles.
Though it seems to like everything else.
I'll prove this animal was a good
investment even if it kills me!
There, Mr. Pig, take a good sniff.
Down, pig, down!
All right, Kit, the blindfold.
Are you sure this is a good idea?
I don't want any doubting Thomases.
Me, doubt? Never!
OK, boy. Which hand has the truffle?
See? See?
[yells] Get it off! Get it off!
It's making an hors d'oeuvre
out of my elbow!
Man, oh man, it's all stomach!
It's an eating machine.
Baloo, just load my pig in the plane
and prepare for takeoff.
Whoa, now, Becky.
I'm not puttin' that creature
into my beautiful Sea Duck.
And just why not?
Because it's messy, loud,
obnoxious, ugly and [sniffs]
Well, so are you.
Besides, it's my plane.
Who is she callin' messy?
And I'd like to take off
sometime this year, Baloo!
[mimics] "Sometime this year, Baloo!"
I'm comin'. Just hold your bacon.
- [oinking]
- Uh-oh.
My office! My office! [yells]
- Think we ought to help?
- Oh, why not?
Well, look at that!
I could watch this all day.
Do something, Baloo!
You know, kid, I feel a song comin' on.
This is no time to fool around.
She's in trouble.
Rock-a-bye hoggie on the tree top
When the wind blows
the cradle will rock
When the bough breaks
the cradle will fall
And down will come piggie
Cradle and all ♪
Wow! Maybe that'll work
on my English teacher.
One of these days, Baloo,
one of these days
Aw, Becky!
You're just jealous
'cause I have a way with animals.
Get that animal off!
It's eatin' the controls again.
Come on, pig.
How about a nice life preserver?
What's wrong, Baloo?
Lost your way with animals?
[growls] That's it!
I've put up with your stupid,
truffle-snuffling idea long enough.
No way am I gonna
let my plane be digested
by a four-legged garbage disposal.
Now, either that hog goes or I go.
Fine. You go.
[all yell]
Mayday! Mayday!
Pontoonless plane with pig goin' down!
[Baloo] Come on, number two engine!
I don't know if we're
gonna make it, Baloo.
We'd better. I wanna live long enough
to get that pig.
Get back!
Well, well!
A perfect 360-point landing.
Now I know what a sock feels like
in a washing machine.
No, I think this was worse.
It's gettin' kinda stuffy in here.
Look at my plane!
I hope you're happy.
You're the one who wanted
a pig instead of a pontoon.
We ran into a little bad luck.
We'll fix the plane up
with the money we make.
Now come along,
it's truffle-hunting time!
She's got truffles on the brain, kid.
[Rebecca gasps]
What is it?
[Rebecca reads]
[grunts] Too bad, Becky.
But I guess we just have to
fix the Duck and get outta here.
No pigs means no pigs.
Maybe we can swap it for a pontoon.
Maybe you're right.
No! We've come too far.
I have an idea!
I hate it when she gets
that look in her eyes.
Step up, step up.
Welcome to Zibaldo, my friends.
And where are we going?
- My family and I
- [Baloo coughs]
just came for a picnic.
Oh, a baby! I love babies.
- Coochee-coochee-coo!
- [growling]
- [burps]
- Wait a minute.
That looks like a pig to me.
Takes after her mom, doesn't she?
We don't allow pigs in this jungle.
- You're insulting my child!
- [oinking]
Sounds like a pig to me.
- Nope. That was just a burp.
- [groans] It smells like a pig, too.
Well, if it looks like a pig, sounds
like a pig, and smells like a pig,
- it can't be a pig, right?
- Why not?
'Cause pigs aren't allowed
in this jungle.
That's true. OK, you may go.
Have a good time, folks!
[pig burps]
Wait a minute. Where's my hat?
That was a pig! Stop! Stop!
[Rebecca] Run, run!
Wait! It's for your own good.
There are pygmies!
Ah, forget it.
That, Kit, is the stubbornest person
I ever saw.
OK, now sniff out the truffles, Mr. Pig.
See? Just like that.
Ha! He's on the scent.
Soon I'll be rolling in truffles.
[Rebecca yells]
- Come on, Baloo.
- I'm comin'.
Somebody's gotta save her from herself.
Onward, onward!
[Baloo] Hey, who turned out the lights?
Kit? Baloo? Where are you?
We're down here, Miss Cunningham!
- Where's the pig?
- [Baloo] Isn't he with you?
[Rebecca] No!
Don't you think it's time you admitted
this was all a stupid idea?
- Well, actually
- [roaring]
That sounded like a
- A lion?
- [roaring]
A lion? You sure it wasn't
the pig pretending to be a lion?
Nope. Lion. Definitely lion.
Nice Kitty.
How about a big fat juicy pig?
Oh, yum! Doesn't he look good?
- No, Baloo, you can't!
- But
This pig's still gonna make me rich.
Ever heard the phrase "dead broke"?
Well, you're gonna be dead rich!
[all scream]
[Rebecca] When the wind blows
When the bough breaks
Down will come baby, cradle and
[Rebecca groans]
You dumb pig!
I've had it with you.
Victory! A truffle!
[laughs] I knew it!
I knew this pig would find me truffles.
Why, if Baloo were here, I'd tell him
My truffle! You ate my truffle.
Give me my truffle!
If you don't find me another truffle,
that's going to be
the last mouthful you ever
[pig squeals]
Ah-ha! [laughs]
I'm in the truffles
I'm in the truffles
- Come to mama!
- [pig snorts]
Quiet! Look at the size of this one.
And ugly, too.
Truffle, anyone?
[Rebecca] Well, if you're pygmies,
right, you're like pigs, not people.
So I'm safe, huh?
Where's Baloo when I need him?
I thought you read in a book somewhere
lions don't climb trees, Baloo.
Can I help it if this lion
didn't read the same book?
Hang on, minor.
I saw this once in a movie.
[Tarzan yell]
[both yell]
Is that what happened in the movie?
Uh, yeah. Yeah, exactly!
[Rebecca] Ah, that's better!
Now, if you just [screams]
How dare you?
Why you little sawed-up
Truffle stew. And I'm in it!
Well, I said I'd find truffles,
didn't I?
- What a stupid idea.
- [snorts]
Don't rub it in.
Sometimes I just get a little
But I'll never
let it happen again, ever!
[yells] If there is an ever.
Well, what do you think?
You'll never make it as a pygmy pin-up,
Baloo. You're too big.
Ah, don't sweat it, Lil' Britches.
No one'll notice.
May I have this dance?
[hums dance tune]
Come on, wallflowers! Don't be shy.
[gabbles]big one!
[continues humming]
Psst! Miss Cunningham!
- Kit? Is that you?
- And Baloo.
- Baloo!
- Shh! Miss Cunningham, quiet!
Right, right. Quiet as a mouse!
Let me grab a few of those truffles.
Miss Cunningham!
At $50 a truffle, we could still make
Just a second.
[chuckles] One more time?
Wonderful, Rebecca. Simply wonderful!
I'm sorry. It was just an idea.
Wait. I have another idea!
Oh, great!
How you gonna get rich now?
Selling these guys cookin' utensils?
No! The pig, the pig!
Oh, yeah.
- [Rebecca] One
- [Baloo] Two
- [Rebecca] Three
- [both] Bacon!
[panicked cries]
[all] We're running!
Hey, you three, wait a second!
Where do you think you're going?
If we can just make it to the deck,
we'll fly outta here.
- Um, Baloo
- Oh, no!
[Baloo] I forgot. I forgot!
What are we gonna do now?
I don't know, but we'd better
think of somethin' quick.
Honest, Baloo, I've learned my lesson.
I was just being too stubborn
to admit I was wrong.
You might say you were
being pigheaded! [chuckles]
Pigheaded! That's a good one, Baloo.
[chuckles] Speaking of which,
as soon as we get back,
I'll get a refund on the pig.
That's OK by me. But it seems kind of
a shame to give the pig up now.
I mean, the Sea Duck's
flyin' like a dream.
Another tale to spin
Another tale to spin
Oh-oh oh-oh oh-oh-oh oh-oh
Oh-oh oh-oh oh
[Baloo] Ha ha ha!
TaleSpin ♪
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