-Junior is working with a welding torch to put the finishing touches on a strange, metal contraption. He finishes and pulls his face shield up.
Junior: Well Pop, how do you like it?
Aesop: I think it's great son. What is it?
Junior: You mean you don't recognize it?
Aesop: In a word, no. In two words, no no.
Junior: Well, I'm surprised you don't recognize a Terwilliger Fly Slapping Clap-Trapper!
Aesop: Oh my, I'm surprised you can even say it!
-An annoyed Aesop, his face dripping with pie, holds a scroll out in front of junior who sheepishly shrugs at his mishap.
Junior: Heh heh...it needs a little work...
Aesop: Junior, how many times have I told you, "Anything that's worth doing is worth doing well"? Which doesn't remind me of a fable, but I'll tell you one anyway.
-The mice are having a meeting to discuss their situation
Manny: Alright, you guys heard what Aesop just said. One of these days that cat is gonna walk in here and-
Moe: Don't say it! You know I got a weak stomach!
Manny: All mices got weak stomachs! (Proudly) It's part of our heritage. But we ain't got weak heads...except for Moe here. Now I propose we move!
Mouse: To Disneyland!
Manny: That's no good! Cousin Mickey's got that spot sewed up. (Points to a picture of Mickey Mouse on the wall)
-The mice arrive at the lighthouse
Manny: Well men, this is it! Home!
Moe: Say! This is the cat's paj-! (Manny clamps Moe's mouth shut before he can finish)
-Manny and Moe look out the lighthouse window and spot the cat floating in the water
Moe: Look Manny, a shipwrecked sailor!
Manny: That ain't no shipwrecked sailor!
Moe: Lawrence Chadwick?
Manny: That is a shipwrecked cat. Give 'im a hand!
Moe: (Applauding loudly) 'Atta way to go cat baby! 'Atta way ta do it!
Manny: Not that kind of a hand! Throw him a rope!