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kind of--
- You missed out on some things.
- Yeah.
Just 'causeyou grow up
on the outside...
doesn't mean you wanna
stop having fun.
I know all about
the inner child, Dad.
- Oh. You do, huh?
- That's why old guys drive sports cars.
You're probably right.
But the trouble with sports cars--
no room for anybody else.
Maybe one other person max.
But ifyou want to take a real road trip...
with luggage andall,
you don't even have room for a friend.
I mean, they're
cool and fast and all...
but who wants to be in a nice car
when you're all alone?
Well, that looks
just about perfect.
All that's left to do now
is put on the star.
Kevin always puts on the star.
That's right.
He does, doesn't he?
I always hold him up.
And then I give him a wedgie.
He makes a fuss. We all laugh.
Well, I guess we're just gonna
have to use the ladder this year.
Okay, Dad, you can
put me down now.
Wow. Looks pretty good.
I think it looks great.
I think it's
our best tree yet.
- Merry Christmas, Mommy.
- Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas.
Oh! Look at that!
- Hey. Hey.
- Hey.
I had this little
computer chip installed in Mom.
We're gonna get her
to make some breakfast.
- Morni ng.
- Morni n'.
Good morni ng, sleepyheads.
You're finally up.
What did you do
to our tree?
Oh, that's myfault. I have
a standing appointment with
the tree decorators everyyear.
In all the excitement,
I forgot to cancel.
Are you ever
gonna forgive me?
You undid our tree?
Well, it would have had
to come down eventually anyway.
Come on, Kev.
Look at all these presents, huh?
Oh, wait. Ooh, here's a big one.
I believe it has--
Yes, it has
your name on it.
Come on. Open it up.
It's from Natalie and me.
But shouldn't I open it
tomorrow on Christmas?
Ah, you got plenty to open tomorrow.
Come on. One won't hurt.
Go ahead.
Super Spy bugging and listening device.
- Isn't that cool?
- Yeah. Thanks, Dad. Thanks, Natalie.
I'm glad you like it.
- Hey, Mom, where areyou going?
- I'm going to take Kevin some things.
- Mom, whereyou going?
- He doesn't have any clean clothes...
and I'm sure he doesn't have
anytoys to playwith.
To check out Dad's girlfriend.
Wanna go?
May I help you?
- Wow!
- I'm here for Kevin McCallister.
- Wow!
- Buzz.
- Are you here to take him home?
- No, I have something for him.
Right this way.
You should be able to hearthat.
- How do I sound?
- Kids, stay close.
- Mom!
- Hey!
Mmm! Ohh!
You guys remember Natalie, right?
- Buzz, Megan.
- Hi, Natalie.
Oh, and, uh,
Kate, this is Natalie.
- Natalie, Kate.
- Hello, Kate.
So, areyou guys gonna stay?
- No, I just broughtyou some ofyour stuff.
- You guys gotta see this house.
- Is that okay, Natalie?
- Of course. Be my guest.
- Awesome tree!
- It used to look better.
- What is this thing on your head?
- A spy kit that Natalie got me
for an early Christmas present.
That was nice ofyou.
Well, I'm very fond
ofyour kids.
I've gotta showyou
this airplane she got me.
Would you like
a cup of coffee?
Oh, no, thankyou.
- I, uh, didn't know he would have
all this stuffto playwith.
- Yeah.
Oh, God. Hey.
Let me get that.
I wasn't even sure he could
even sleep without it.
Gosh. I cannot believe
he hasn't even asked for it.
Well, we could buy him
another stuffed animal.
- Oh, no, no.
- No.
This is, uh, his Teddy.
Teddy is his
transitional object.
Transitional object.
It's like something very, veryspecial
a child carries with him everywhere.
You're supposed to have a spare,
in case something happens to it.
- Ofcourse, we only had one, remember?
- Oh! How could I forget?
We were driving down the highway,
really in a hurry.
Kevin thinks, possibly Teddy
might want a little fresh air.
So he rolls down the window
and out flies Teddy!
He was ballistic.
He was crying. He was so upset.
It was-- Oh, my--
So Peter pulls over,
and I get out to retrieve the bear.
I still
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