Flight of the ChickensEdit
Henrietta the PsychicEdit
- Henrietta: Look at that. I'm telling you, this is going to be a disaster.
- Pony: Oh, squirrel. They have feet?
- Annie: Don't be mean, Henrietta. You can't just appear out of nowhere being all negative.
- Henrietta: I think I just did. [clapped back]
- Annie: Well, you shouldn't. Pony doesn't always mess up. He's my enthusiastic buddy who– [a bunch of squirrels and cement fell on Pony]
- Henrietta: You were saying?
Annie vs. PonyEdit
- Henrietta: [annoyed] Ugh, do you mind?
- Pony: Yes, could you please go back to Chapter 1?
- Henrietta: No, get your own copy.
- Annie: We tried! Pony used the money for a harmonica and now they're sold out!
- Henrietta: Not my problem.
- Annie: Come on, I'm desperate to read it. I'll pay you. How much?
- Henrietta: I don't want your money.
- Annie: You must want something! What about a trade?
- [Pony gets out his harmonica, but it has slobber on it.]
- Henrietta: Ugh, no!
- Pony: Would you trade it for a pony ride? [whispers to Annie as she rolled her eyes] You may have to dress up like a pony.
- Annie: Your cousin;'s having a party at the yaht club?
- Heston: Wish we could come.
- Clara: No, you don't. Barrington's a snob and his friends are jerks.
- Clara: Annie, I can't go by myself. Promise you'll be there.
- [the car drives off]
- Annie: We will.
- Clara: Say you'll promise!
- Annie: Promise!
- Clara: Again!
- Annie: I promise!
- Clara: I'm counting on you!