(Meanwhile, Daisy is putting the children to bed. Tina, who is in a canopy bed with four pillows, pink pillowcases, pink bedsheets, and a purple quilt, looks worried.)
- Tina/Wendy: But, mother, I dont want to grow up.
- Daisy/Mary: Now, dear, (giving her a kiss on the forhead and tucking her in) don't worry about it anymore tonight.
- Plucky/John: (in the bottom bunk bed with a single pillow, two orange bedsheets, a green pillowcase, and a blue quilt) He called Mickey Mouse absolute poppycock.
- Daisy/Mary: I'm sure he didn't mean it, Plucky. (removing the bandana from his head) father was just upset.
- Baby Daffy/Michael: (in the top bunk bed with a single pillow with two red bedsheets, a yellow pillowcase, a red quilt, and a teddy bear) Poor Pluto! (sniffles as a little tear runs down his cheek) Out there all alone.
- Daisy/Mary: No more tears, Baby Daffy. (takes out a lacy green handkerchief from his dress pocket, wipes his eyes and bill, and tucks him and the teddy bear in) It's a warm night. He'll be all right.
(Baby Daffy smiled, hugging her teddy bear. But then she found something shiny in her right paw.)
- Baby Daffy/Michael: Mother?
- Diasy/Mary: What is it, dear?
- Baby Daffy/Michael: Buried treasure. (handing her Donald's golden cuff links)
- Daisy/Mary: Now, children. Don't judge your father too harshly. After all, he realy loves you very much.
- Tina/Wendy: Oh, don't lock it, mother. He might come back.
- Daisy/Mary: He?/Mary: Oh? And what's that?
- Tina/Wendy: (yawning) His shadow.
- Daisy/Mary: Shadow?
- Tina/Wendy: Yes. Pluto had it, but (yawn) I took it away.
- Daisy/Mary: (turning out the light) Yes, of course. Good night, dear.
(And she closes the door behind her.)