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  • Sally: Oh, look, here's your father with TJ and bampy relaxing at the lake. I'm glad they're having fun. It's really a good way for them to release some stress.

  • Sally: Anyway, while the boys away, we'll have some quiet quality time alone just to relax! Hello! Ooh! Is there a problem?
  • Police Officer: No, D.A. Botsford. I'm just here to drop off a prisoner. Chuck's cell is being painted today.
  • Chuck: My choice of colors-- Mustard Yellow and Ketchup Red. Mmm. Delicious.
  • Police Officer: Anyway, he needs a place to stay before he's released.
  • Sally: But why are you bringing him here?
  • Police Officer: Well, you're next in line to watch him, as the D.A. that is.
  • Sally: What about the Warden?
  • Police Officer: Vacation.
  • Sally: The Police Comissioner?
  • Police Officer: Extended vacation, followed by dental work.
  • Sally: And the Mayor?
  • Police Officer: Dental work followed by an extended vacation and a very, very long lunch.
  • Becky: Actually, you know, Bob, it may not be so sad that Chuck will be staying with us. I know, I know he's a villain and all., but with him here, he won't be able to get into any trouble.
  • Chuck: Whoa. Nice abode, cool carpet, sweet smell. I could get used to this.

  • Chuck: Rowdy? What does that mean?

  • Chuck: Yeah, yeah, yeah. I got you. You know, around this time, we usually have our prison brunch.
  • Sally: Becky, would you see what Chuck would like to eat?
  • Becky: I guess.
  • Chuck: Let me see. You know, I'll have an extra large sandwich on rye-- Salami, Ham, Pepperoni, Bologna, cheese-- You may want to write this down. Pickles, lettuce, more pickles, onions...
  • Crowd: (Cheers and Appaulse)
  • Chuck: You know, Mrs. Botswoth, these sandwiches--
  • Sally: Oh! It's Botsford! Mrs. Botsford, Chuck.
  • Chuck: Oh, okay. These sandwiches aren't half bad. Thank you, Mrs. Botsford!
  • Sally: Oh, what a sweetheart. If there's anything you need, just ask Becky or Bob.
  • (Sally throws a bell to Chuck)
  • Sally: I'll be in the other room doing your laundry.
  • Chuck: Okay, rememeber, those are hand-wash only.
  • Sally: Oh, you got it!
  • Becky: Mom, are you being so nice to him? He's a villain.
  • Sally: Yes, but he's also our guest.
  • Chuck: You know, Mom, I really like how you take the time to put mustard on the top slice of bread and mayo on the bottom slice.
  • Sally: Oh! Love is in the details! Ha, ha, ha! Mom.
  • Becky: Hey, she's not your mom.
  • Sally: Becky, Chuck is just giving me a nice compliment. Thank you, Chuck.
  • Becky: Err.
  • Chuck: Heh, heh, heh. Now I require some chocolate milk. When you add the chocolate, can you stir it clockwise?
  • Becky: What difference does that make?
  • Chuck: How about the remote to the TV? Hey!

  • Becky: Uh. If you'll excuse me, I've got to go. Uh, something else.

  • Chuck: Becky, hurry. You got to see this!
  • Becky: See what?
  • Chuck: You missed WordGirl in action.
  • Becky: Uh, well, maybe next time.
  • Chuck: Okay. Well, as long as you're here... Can you turn the A.C. to 68.8?
  • Becky: Guhh.
  • Anthony: This is a special news bulletin. Big Left Hand Guy has robbed the jewelry store and is getting away in a taxi cab!
  • Becky: (Sighs) Now what?
  • Chuck: It's tea time if that's not too much trouble.
  • Becky: What trouble? You are the guest... Hopefully for not much longer.
  • Anthony: Thus just in. Mr. Big has mind controlled me into giving him my entire life's savings and making this announcement.
  • Narrator: Well, it looks like it'll be another busy day for WordGirl.
  • Anthony: Ha, ha, ha! Stick around! Sports and weather are up next.
  • Becky: I don't know how much of this rowdy stuff I can take.
  • Birthday Girl: Grrrrrr!
  • Chuck: When you get the chance. Can you dry out my extra pair of socks?
  • WordGirl: They're in the bathrrom sink. You put your socks in the sink?
  • Chuck: WordGirl, what are you doing here?
  • WordGirl: Oops. Uh, just trying to keep the city safe?
  • Chuck: Becky, you won't believe who's here! Where's Becky?
  • WordGirl: Probably in the bathroom. I'll get her.
  • Becky: You rang?
  • Chuck: WordGirl's here. Wait, wait, where'd she go?
  • Becky: I think she's in the bathroom. I'll get her.
  • WordGirl: You wanted to see me?
  • Chuck: Yeah. But now where's Becky? What's going on?
  • WordGirl: She's right here.
  • Becky: Yeah, here I am.
  • Chuck: Oh, there you are. Do you two know each other?
  • WordGirl: Yeah. You could almsot say we're inseparable. Right, Becky?
  • Becky: Right, WordGirl.
  • WordGirl: Well, it was nice seeing you, but I got to go. Bye, Becky.
  • Becky: Bye, WordGirl.
  • WordGirl: Bye.
  • Becky: (Panting)
  • Sally: Well, your suits are spic and span. It's almost time for your release!
  • Chuck: Huh?! Then what am I going to do?
  • Sally: Your time in jail will be up, Chuck. You'll be free to go.
  • Chuck: Free to go? Wait, wait, wait. What if I want to stay? No. I think I owe the prison a few more days or weeks before my release.
  • Sally: No. At 4:00, you'll have served your time. You've been a great guest and a wonderful prisoner!
  • Becky: I bet to differ.
  • WordGirl Clock: Word Up. Word Up. Yes! It's 4:00! Okay! You're free to go, Chuck! You weren't the least bit rowdy. Great job! Get out!
  • Chuck: I really want to stay. Isn't there anything I can do?
  • Becky: Oh, no. It wouldn't be fair to all the other villains who have comitted crimes. (Sighs)
  • Chuck: Hmm. What do I have to do stay here some more? I know! I just got to act rowdy commit crimes. And keep getting caught after I'm released.
  • Becky: (Sighs) Oh, Bob, we got to do whatever it takes to stop Chuck from comitting any crime and getting arrested. You took the words out of my mouth.
  • Chuck: Ha, ha, ha! Ha, ha, ha!
  • Warden: Hmm?
  • Chuck: "Do not feed the squirrels." Ha, ha, ha! Yeah! That should be an easy to break. (Groans) I can't believe how difficult it is to commit a crime.
  • Police Officer: You're under arrest for littering.
  • Chuck: Yes! Take me away, Officer! Next stop, The Botsford House. I wonder what we're having for dinner.
  • Police Officer: Bad news, Chuck! How long do you think it takes to paint a single jail cell? You're going back to prison!
  • Chuck: What? No! I'm supposed to be at the Botsford House!
  • Police Officer: Hey. Wait til you see now nice it turned out.

  • Narrator: Ha, ha, ha!
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