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let's go again.
Go fetch the ball.
Go on.
Who are you?
I got you.
Very smart.
Very funny.
- Everybody had a good laugh.
- Let go of that dog!
- Stay outta this, lady.
- Stop it, or I'll... I'll hit you!
Today is not a good day
to threaten me, Ma'am.
I don't care if it's a good day
or a bad day, I'll hit you nonetheless!
- Whatever.
- Okay, I gave you
a good and proper warning.
Look, I've had...
Now, release my dog...
or I'll hit you again!
Your dog?
Yes, that is my dog.
Will you let her go?
Excuse me.
- He's a she.
- Mm-hmm.
Hello, Pongo.
I, uh, beg your pardon, Ma'am.
I'm sorry. My mistake.
- What do you got in that
purse of yours? Rocks?
- Oh, no.
Bricks. I've been
paving my garden...
and every time I see a discarded brick,
I just pick it up.
- How many did you find today?
- Uh, three.
- Three? Oh, well,
that's what I would've guessed.
- Hmm.
- Why are you all wet?
- I went swimming in the pond.
- Oh, you shouldn't have.
The water's filthy.
- Mm-hmm.
Yes, and it
tastes like fish.
And, um, you've lost a shoe.
Did you know that?
Yes, I did.
As a matter of fact, I did.
- I noticed it running down
the gravelled path.
- Oh, I'm ever so sorry.
I mean, you know,
I thought if you were silly enough
to go swimming in a dirty pond...
you'd be silly enough
not to realize you'd lost a shoe.
Actually, I crashed
my bicycle in the pond.
And the only part of my body
that wasn't injured was my head.
But now, thanks to you, I got
the complete set of bodily injuries.
- Well, it was nice being
assaulted by you, Ms...
- Oh, my name's Anita.
- Anita?
- And yours is Roger.
- Um, I read it on
your dog's identification tag.
- Oh. Oh, yes.
Well, nice meeting you.
I hope I didn't alarm you.
Oh, no, that's fine since...
Well, we both seem to have
a certain fondness for dalmatians.
Well, they certainly have...
- A certain fondness
for each other, don't they?
- Yeah.
Well, Pongo...
your roving eye's gotten me
in enough trouble for one day.
Why don't you come with me
and we'll go home?
Um, are you sure you'll be all right?
Perhaps you should call your doctor.
I'll be fine, fine. Just...
Good luck with your bricks.
If you have a concussion,
you shouldn't be left alone, you know.
- Pongo, you could've gotten me killed,
you know that?
You risk losing your master
for a brief frolic with a female?
Come on.
Jolly nice human, don't you think?
Fools aren't born, Pongo. Pretty girls
make them in their spare time.
Shall we?
Come on.
Excuse me.
I'm sorry. Thank you.

You have it all wrong, Pongo. I'm simply
trying to decide on a route home.
It has nothing whatsoever
to do with Anita...
if that's even what her name is.
What is it?
Pongo! Pongo!
Easy! Easy! Easy!
Oh! Oh!
Stop! Look out!
Perdy, stop!
- Aaah!
- Look out!
Oh! Ah!
Oh, I've never
been rescued before.
It was very exciting. You were
ever so sweet to give me a kiss.
That wasn't a kiss.
That was mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
- Oh.
- Besides, it...
it didn't work very well.
You're supposed to lie
flat on your back and remain still.
I couldn't really do it properly
with your arms around my neck.
- I'm ever so sorry.
- No, no, no, that's quite all right.
Ahhh. Well, you give
a very good rescue.
Thank you.
I think we have a problem.
I think my dog is in love.
I think mine is, too.
Why is that a problem?
They're going to be brokenhearted
when you leave.
Oh, I don't think I could bear to live
with a brokenhearted dalmatian.
Yes, they're miserable
when they're lonely.
- Well, we'd better think of something.
- I agree.
- Do you want another cup of marriage?
- Excuse me?
Another cup of tea?
- You said "marriage."
- Uh, marriage?
Yes, that's what you said.
I... I mean, you meant to say "tea"...
but it...
it came out "marriage."
Oh, I'm sorry.
Do you
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