A Pound Puppies mini story
Narrator: One day, Whopper and Cooler went to a video store near the Puppy Pound.
Whopper: Can I have that 101 Dalmatians DVD, Cooler?
Cooler: No, Whopper, and besides, you already have that at home.
Whopper: WAAAHHH! I WANT THAT 101 DALMATIANS DVD!
The next day, Cooler and Whopper went to a book store.
Whopper: Can I have that Santa Buddies book?
Cooler: No, Whopper, and besides we don't have any money to buy that book.
Whopper: WAAAHHH! I WANT THAT SANTA BUDDIES BOOK!
Cooler: If you keep behaving like this, then I'm gonna call Katrina Stoneheart right now (dials 9-1-1) Hello? I'm Cooler, I'm a beagle/bloodhound mix, I need somebody to punish Whopper and you're the only one who can do that.
Whopper: No, no! Please, no!
Cooler (hangs up): Yes, but we're trying to punish you.
Whopper: Cooler, punishing me is not going to help!
Cooler: We can make it save for you
Narrator: And so, Cooler asked Whopper to go to his room. But the next day, Whopper and Cooler, this time with Nose Marie went to the toy store.
Whopper: Can I have that All Dogs Go to Heaven figurine set, please?
Nose Marie: No, Whopper. Those toys cost a lot of money.
Whopper: But, but, WAAAHHH! I WANT THAT ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN FIGURINE SET NOW!
Cooler: Whopper, cut it out!
Whopper: BUT I WANNA GET THAT ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN FIGURINE SET! WAAAHHH!
Narrator: And so, Cooler and Nose Marie dragged Whopper out of the toy store and they asked him to go to his room once again.
Whopper: WAAAHHH! IT'S TOO LATE TOO BUY THAT ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN FIGURINE SET! TOO LATE!
Next morning, Whopper, Cooler and Nose Marie went shopping again.
Whopper: May I have that Alvin and the Chipmunks DVD, please? Since the time I worked on Bright Eyes' project.
Cooler: No, Whopper. That DVD is expensive.
Whopper: WAAAHHH! I WANT THAT ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS DVD! NOW!
Nose Marie: If you keep behaving like this, Whopper, you will deserve a big spanking when we get home!
Whopper: No! Please! Anything but that!
The next day, Whopper, Cooler and Nose Marie went to the mall.
Cooler: Oh, boy! Am I glad to shop at the mall again. Everything these days are so darn expensive!
Nose Marie: Well, Whopper, we have some time before we have to go home. Would you like to shop in a store of your own now?
Whopper: Nah. The next issue of The Aristocats magazine isn't due for another month. I can't think of anything else for myself to buy. (runs toward the elevator)
Nose Marie: Here we go again. One elevator ride, then we're going home.
Whopper: Great! Wait right here!
Cooler: This happens everytime we go to the mall. Whopper spends time after time riding that darn elevator, throws a tantrum when he doesn't get his way, and we have to drag him home evreytime.
Nose Marie: Oh, Cooler, it's just a phase. He'll outgrow it someday.
Cooler: Oh, come on. He didn't outgrow it when he was much younger, and he's not gonna outgrow it today.
Nose Marie: Maybe you're right.
Whopper: I push the button! I push it! I push it again! I push it again and again!
Beamer: Hey, Whopper! That elevator is not a toy, lad!
Whopper: I know what I'm doing, Beamer. I got some more buttons to push, and nobody is going to stop me!
Howler: If I'd have known that the elevator would be malfunctioning today, I wouldn't have eaten that second Bone Burger.
Bright Eyes: Throw up on my new dress and you're paying for the laundry.
Whopper: Hey, Howler! Hey, Bright Eyes! This elevator is mine!
Bright Eyes: No, it's not, it's the mall's. All the customers who want to buy stuff from this mall needs to use this to get to and from their stores. Haven't you noticed the dress I just bought? It cost me $100.00, and it's not worth every penny if you make Howler the queasy dog over there vomit on it.
Whopper: My elevator! Not your elevator!
Bright Eyes: Give it a rest, Whopper. You're not young anymore. You're a grown up puppy now, and it's time you start acting like a grown up dog, not a young puppy. You're embarrasing everyone, even your friends! What would Nose Marie say if she saw you throwing a tantrum, like a puppy, and being rude to the other customers?
Whopper: My turn! Not your turn! I push the buttons!
Bright Eyes: It's just not worth our time to wait for him to learn his lesson. Come on, Howler, let's get out of here. If he's gonna use that elevator, I'd rather keep this dress clean.
Howler: You know, Bright Eyes, I'd be just fine if I had some antacid, or even a trip to Whopper the little puppy's room.
Whopper: I push again and again!
Narrator: As Whopper reaches the first floor, Cooler and Nose Marie are waiting, both with angry looks on their faces.
Cooler: Whopper, you are coming home with us right this minute, and you will be grounded for three months!
Whopper: It's not fair! I wanna do it again!
Nose Marie: Do what Cooler says, Whopper.
Narrator: And so, Whopper was grounded for three months. But the next day, Whopper and Nose Marie went to the video store again
Whopper: Can I have this Balto DVD, please?
Nose Marie: No, it's too expensive
Whopper: But, but WAAAHHH! I WANT THAT BALTO DVD!
Nose Marie: That's it, Whopper! We're going home! No more shopping for you!