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set up foryou.
What do you say?
I think I'm gonna pass.
It just wouldn't be right
leaving the family at Christmas.
- I'm sureyou understand.
- Yeah. Yeah, I do.
Well, it's-- it's
an open invitation, hmm?
And I won't be
back too late.
Sinceyou're staying home,
it wouldn't hurt to do some ofyour chores.
Yes, ma'am.
I'll make sure they get done.
Clean it, cheese-face.
My fault.
Hello, I'm home.
- How'd it go?
- Awful.
I hate Buzz. I neverwant to be stuck
home alone with him as long as I live.
Oh, honey.
I know he picks on you.
Picks on me?
Humiliates me, tortures me.
I'm sick ofbeing everyone's
favoritejoke around here.
Yeah. Yeah,
it's hard to be the youngest.
Well, I hate Buzz.
I wish I didn't have a brother or a sister.
- You don't mean that.
- Yes, I do!
I wish I was
an only child!
Well, I'm sorry that
you're so unhappy.
Maybeyou should go toyour room
and think about whatyou have,
rather than whatyou don't have.
Only children don't know
how good they have it.
Life would be perfect if
Buzz and Megan weren't around.
I mean, is it too much to ask for
a familywho actually likes me?
I'd run away.
Ifl knew where to run to.
Hey, I do!
I have an open invitation.
Can't get myseat belt unfastened.
Thanks, Alan.
Oh, what an incredible evening.
And not a bad night's work.
We raised over two million
for those children's charities.
Door, open.
And I am on the verge ofsigning
two ofthe biggest clients in Chicago.
That's because you're the best publicist
in the world.
- Doors, close.
- Have I remembered to thankyou
for telling everyone that?
Fire, light.
Not tonightyou haven't.
Perhaps I ought to
Music, on.
Curtains, close.
Aw, nuts.Just when
things were getting good.
- Nice house, huh, pumpkin?
- Sure is, Marv.
You sure you don't wanna rob it?
No. No, I don't wanna rob it.
My robbery days are over. Darling, we're
moving up to the big money. All right?
The easymoney.
No middleman.
Pure profit. Strictly
a class operation, huh?
Three words, Vera.
Kid-- na-- pping.
I think that's only one word.
We're gonna wait for
the royals to arrive--
hup, dup, dodey-do--
and then we're gonna kidnap the prince.
"Oh, don't kidnap me. I'm fancy."
You sure we can pull it off?
I mean, without
Harry making the plans?
Lookwhere Harry's plans
kept landing me, huh? In jail.
Well, not this time.
Because this time...
I'm the boss.
Who's the boss?
- You're the boss.
- I love being married. Eh?
- That's my girl.
- Hey!
Oh! Looks like
they got a visitor.
This where you want to go?
Yeah, this is the place. Thankyou very much.
Keep the change.
It's all change.
Who are you?
Begyourpardon, ma'am.
Yes, Prescott?
Mr. McCallisterhas a visitor.
The young man claims to be his son.
Well, send him in.
- Kevin!
- Dad!
Hey! Oh! I thought
you said weren't coming.
Well, I started thinking, hey, it's not fair
if Mom gets all the kids for Christmas.
What's Christmas without kids, right?
Right. Hello, Kevin.
Hi, Natalie. I hope you don't mind me
just dropping in like this...
but my dad did invite me.
- Yes, I know.
- Is the invitation still open?
Ofcourse it is.
Molly, wouldyou come here, please?
I've been looking forward
to spending time with you.
Your dad talks about
you kids a lot.
Buzz is the troublemaker.
I'm the adorable one.
Oh. Ah, Molly.
This is Kevin McCallister, and he's going
to be staying with us for a few days.
Would you make up
the special guest room?
Ah, the special guest room.
Right away, ma'am.
- Oh, and Prescott, give Kevin a house key.
- Ifyou say so, ma' am.
What kind ofkey is this?
It's a key to the whole house.
This is a smart house, Kevin.
It does whateveryou tell it to.
Fire, out.
Curtains, open.
Wow! I think
I'm gonna like it here.
Go ahead. You try.
Door, open.
Wow! This stuff
is so cool.
Oh, mygosh!
Oh, mygosh!
This is such cool stuff!. Ah!
Oh! Look at
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