TaleSpin (1990) s01e28 Episode Script

Last Horizons

- [thunderclap]
- [man chuckling]
Spin it!
[men vocalizing]
Let's begin it.
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through thick and thin
With another tale to spin
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All the trouble we get in
with another tale to spin
Spin it!
[men vocalizing]
Spin it, my friend.
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- Ohh-ee-yeh, ohh-ee-yo
- Ohh-ee-yeh, ohh-ee-yo
[rapid vocalizing]
Spin it, let's begin it
Bear 'n grin it when you're in it
You can win it in a minute
When you spin it, spin it, spin it
So spin it!
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- [animals chattering]
- [animal hoots]
[clinking echoing]
- [rumbling]
- Oh, Mama.
At last. The idol.
One, two, three.
- [rumbling]
- [man] My, my, my.
You are one noisy fellow,
Professor O'Bowens.
- Don Karnage!
- The one and only.
I will be taking
that little knick knack, if you please.
Not this time, pirate.
Feel the fury of my whip.
Hyah! [groans]
Um, did I say "whip?"
I meant "wimp."
You fools.
That's the idol of the spirit switcher.
According to legend,
it can steal your very soul
and switch it with another.
Who cares about that?
I just want the jewels.
Calm him down, boys.
No, no, please.
Listen to me.
You gotta listen.
After him!
[yawning] I wonder
what's keeping the professor.
- He should have been here an hour ago.
- [panting]
Well, maybe there were long lines
at the excavation.
What's the matter, Little Britches?
Sand too hot?
Uh-uh, Baloo, I'm keeping in shape for
the track and field tryouts tomorrow.
Well, adults have bigger sports to play.
Like what?
Like flying.
Now that is a real sport.
Where you sit down and use your noodle.
Come on, Baloo. Anyone can fly.
The plane does all the work.
Yeah, but can anyone win this?
"The Cape Suzette Championship Fly-Off."
That's right, sport.
You're looking at
the next Pilot of the Year.
Baloo! Baloo!
Hurry. Take this idol to Cape Suzette.
I'll see you back there
as soon as I can.
Where are you going?
To head off the air pirates
while you make your getaway.
[both] Pirates?
And, whatever you do, do not look
at the idol during a thunderstorm.
- Got that?
- [both] Thunderstorm?
Run! I mean, fly!
This way, men!
Just passing through!
That way, men!
This is almost too easy.
Small jungle, isn't it?
Well, we meet again, Professor.
Where is the idol?
You You pirates don't scare me.
Nothing you could do
can make me talk.
My courage is unshakeable.
The bear and the kid
are taking it back to Cape Suzette.
- [thunder rumbling]
- [Baloo] Clip my wings. What a storm.
[sighs] That's all we need.
Especially after what the professor said
about the idol.
- Better not look at it.
- OK.
I wonder what would happen.
- Probably nothing.
- Yeah.
- [crackling]
- What's that?
[Baloo's voice] Clip my wings.
What happened?
[Kit's voice]
I know what you mean, Baloo.
Suddenly I feel so heavy.
Little Britches, how
how did you get so big?
- Hey!
- And ruggedly handsome.
Baloo. I'm you and you're me!
Whoa. I've heard of going through
a second childhood,
but not somebody else's.
[Kit] The idol. Whoa.
Uh-oh. Mini muscles. Help.
Let me fly it, kiddo.
Sure. Wow.
Things look different from up here.
Yeah, and I don't like it.
How are we gonna change back?
[Kit] You got me,
but the professor must know.
[Baloo] We'll just have to wait
for him when we get back home.
[Kit] Oh, no.
What are we gonna tell Miss Cunningham?
[Baloo] We can't tell her the truth.
She'll never believe it.
We won't say nothing.
But our voices. She'll know.
There's nothing wrong with our voices.
Only Becky's ears.
[Rebecca] Well, I'm certainly glad
you boys got home safely.
I only wish
you'd brought the professor with you.
Feet off the desk, Kit. It's bad enough
I have to tell Baloo all the time.
OK, OK, don't pop your pearls, Becky.
Kit, how dare you talk that way.
- How'd you do that?
- Do what?
- Sound like Baloo.
- I don't sound like Baloo. Do I?
- Not to me.
- OK. What are you two up to?
- [mouthing quietly]
- What?
I said, something must be wrong
with your hearing.
Must be. Oh, by the way,
your coach called to say
that track tryouts
have been pushed up to this afternoon.
What? This afternoon!
Oh, great. Swell.
- Why are you upset?
- Don't worry, buddy boy.
I can do the tryouts if I have to.
You? Oh, get serious.
Baloo! Shouldn't you be showing
the boy some encouragement?
Anyway, you've got your own competition
to worry about today.
- What's that?
- The fly-offs.
Today? [groans]
I never could keep my dates straight.
Gosh. Does this mean I get to fly?
- How else do you win a fly-off?
- All by myself?
- Of course.
- Wow.
[whistles] Hold it. Stop the clock.
Drop anchor. Time out, Beckers.
Kit, what's gotten into you?
I didn't want to tell you, but inside
that head is the mind of a child.
Kit, you shouldn't say things like that,
even if it is true.
- But Miss Cunningham
- Don't you "Miss Cunningham" me, Baloo.
I'm counting on you
to win the fly-offs to boost business.
- Where you going, Beckers?
- To take an aspirin.
I have a headache. My ears hurt.
I'm going crazy.
[man] Are you sure you want
to go after the idol, Captain?
The professor said
it could be dangerous.
Only to those who would keep it from me.
The Cape Suzette gallants will not
hurt me if they cannot see me.
I am so smart.
Now, get ready to lower the submarine.
As you command, Captain.
Not yet, you fool!
When I get back I will
hang them by their pinkies.
- See you later, Baloo.
- Where you going, Big Britches?
- My track tryouts.
- You can't go like that.
- Grown-ups aren't allowed.
- Oh, yeah.
- OK. You go.
- Can't. Got my fly-offs.
[scoffs] You think
they'll let a kid fly?
- Uh-oh. What are we gonna do?
- We've got to switch.
- But you can't fly.
- Sure. Anyone can fly.
But can you make the track team?
Hey, back in school
I was number one in track and field.
Or was that field and stream?
[Rebecca] Let's go, Baloo.
We're late!
[man] OK. Hurdles are first.
Now, you want a fast time, but
I dock points if you knock them over.
- You first, Cloudkicker.
- [as Baloo] Hey, no problem, teach.
[man] What's wrong with your voice?
[chuckles] Gee, I guess
I'm just growing up, that's all.
- Get over here, Cloudkicker!
- What?
- I didn't touch a single one.
- You jump over hurdles.
Oh, get out of here.
The only thing I jump to
are conclusions.
[man] Welcome to the Cape Suzette
Championship Fly-Offs.
Today's contestants are
that wily flying daredevil,
Wily Pole.
And that boldest airborne bear, Baloo.
Today's championship consists
of an air blowing competition
and a double loop de loop.
May the best pilot win.
A great performance.
Look at those sensational scores.
[Kit's voice] Big deal. I can beat that.
This is really kid stuff.
[pole creaking]
Good vault, Teddy.
You're next, Kit.
Kit. Hey, you!
Oh, right. I keep forgetting.
- Yeah, yeah. Up and over, Kit.
- Couldn't I use a ladder?
- Move it!
- OK, OK. Keep your shirt on.
Look, Coach. My big toe is over.
Any points for that?
Yep. Minus points.
[man] And now, the pilot
for Higher for Hire, Baloo.
Oh, yeah.
[Kit grunts] Oops! Too much. Bummer.
[sighs] This isn't as easy as it looks.
What's Baloo doing?
You'd think it was
his first time flying.
This loop de loop
will knock them for a loop.
Uh-oh. Which way is up?
- [gasping]
- [Kit] Oh, no.
Oh, my gosh.
[man] And Baloo's score is
Aren't those cubs something?
- Did we win, kiddo?
- The booby prize, that's what we won.
What happened, Baloo?
I was counting on you.
Sorry, Miss Cunningham.
Please don't ground me.
Don't feel bad, Big Britches.
Things sort of went off-track
on the track team, too.
What? I didn't
I mean, you didn't make the team?
But I thought you said it was kid stuff.
Thought you said anyone can fly.
- Thought you said, "No problem."
- You said
Enough! Things are bad enough without
you two being at each other's throat.
Or worse, in each other's throat.
[latch snaps]
Where could that idol be?
Idol. Idol.
You know, I really like that word.
[Rebecca] Who taught you
how to land a plane?
Now, tie the Sea Duck
up to the dock, Baloo.
Surely you can handle that.
[inhaling and exhaling rapidly]
[gasps] Look, it's Professor O'Bowens!
Boy, are we glad to see you.
[panting] Same here.
That last 400 miles is a killer.
You've got to help us.
I'm him and he's me
and we've got all kinds of problems.
Oh, no.
I told you not to look at the idol.
Well, just tell us
what to do to change back.
We need the idol and a strong bolt
of lightning to reverse this.
Well, let's hurry.
I hate being old and fat and tired.
OK, OK, we got the message.
At last! I am now
one of the idle rich! [cackles]
[both gasp]
Help! Thief!
- [grunting]
- [gasps]
[both shouting]
[Rebecca's voice]
Stop or I'll call the police.
Where's Becky going with the idol?
Stop, thief!
Huh? That's me. [sobs]
First my ears go bad, now my eyes.
- [both] Karnage!
- [Rebecca grunts]
Not me, you clods.
The pirate!
- He's got the idol.
- That's what you think.
- Miss Cunningham's got it.
- I do not.
Oh, no.
Don't tell me lightning struck twice.
Will someone tell me
what's happening here?
[Rebecca] I can't believe this happened!
Listen, fellas,
I mean, uh, ma'am. Sir.
Listen, this whole mix-up
can be fixed if we get the idol.
But we have to do it
before sun-up tomorrow,
or you'll stay this way forever.
- What?
- We better take rain dancing lessons.
It's gonna take a lot of lightning
for that idol to fix this mess.
Good luck.
There isn't a cloud in the sky.
Oh, great. I get to spend
the rest of my life as a thief.
Hey, Papa Bear, isn't there a way
to make a lightning storm?
Hey, you're right, Kit.
There's this new idea, cloud seeding.
You just dump salt into some clouds,
and voila. Instant storm.
- Feast your eyes on this.
- [indistinct chattering]
- Don't mind if we do, girly.
- Girly? What girly?
Get your hands off me and slap yourself.
What are you talking about, fools?
[Kit] Oh, no.
The sun's coming up already.
There isn't much time.
Only ten minutes, tops.
There's the Vulture.
Here, Britches, give them a call.
Tell them we've got Karnage, sort of.
Vulture, this is the Sea Duck.
Do you read me?
We've got Karnage.
We'll trade him for the idol
and the girl.
To tell you the truth,
we've grown attached to both of them.
- Keep Karnage.
- Now, listen here, you lugheads.
You have to trade. I am a man.
I cannot live like this.
Shut up, skirt.
Clear the hangar, men.
Launch the fighters.
Shoot down that captain
plane. Plane!
Pilot fighters at 12:00!
What do we do now?
We can't fight all those planes.
[Baloo] We'll need some cover.
I know. A rainstorm.
All we need are some clouds.
Look, Papa Bear, there's a cloud.
[Rebecca] I have powder puffs
bigger than that.
Well, it will have to do.
Now, man the salt bombs, Britches.
Let her rip, Kit.
Now, use just a pinch.
A little salt goes a long way.
Baloo, pull up, pull up!
We're gonna crash!
You have to pull up!
Let go!
- Are you OK, Britches?
- Yeah, but we have a problem.
- What?
- That!
[Baloo] I thought I told you
a little dab would do you.
[Kit] I couldn't help it.
You turned the plane into a salt shaker.
[muttering] What's happening?
It's a hurricane.
Well, we needed lightning, anyhoo.
Now all we need is the idol.
So let's go in after it.
Stop! We'll never make it.
Would you rather wear boxer shorts
the rest of your life?
Go for it.
Oh, Captain Karnage.
I It's so good to see you.
Thank goodness, there I am.
I mean, I'm here but there.
- Well, you know.
- Oh, yes, I understand.
And I tell you this right now,
from where I stand, I look marvelous.
Hand me that idol
so we can unscramble this mess.
Of course, Captain.
I was keeping it safe for you.
Catch it! There's only one minute left!
It's hot!
[sighs] I'm me again.
Me, too. I can see my feet!
My beautiful bod.
I am my wonderful self again.
I'm so me.
The idol, it's gone!
Must have fallen out the door.
My plane! We've got to save my plane!
All aboard!
All those years of searching
for that idol, and now it's lost.
Good riddance.
I've been a kid enough times
for one lifetime.
I'm just glad to be a kid again.
At least neither of you spent time
stuck in a pirate.
And from the look of things,
I got out just in time.
Now, to take care of
one mutinous slime ball.
It was not me, Captain.
It was Mad Dog.
- Hey, what am I doing over there?
- What are you doing over here?
What am I doing over here?
I'm in the wrong body.
[all] We have to find that idol!
[men vocalizing]
Another tale to spin
Another tale to spin
[men vocalizing]
[man chuckling]
TaleSpin ♪
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