Monsters, Inc. (2001) Script

WOMAN: Good night, sweetheart.

BOY: Good night, Mom.

MAN: Sleep tight, kiddo.

( light switch clicks )

( door closes )

( owl hooting )

( owl hooting )

( ticking )

( wind blowing gently )

( door creaking open )

( gasps softly )

( wind blowing )

( gasps )

( wind whistling )

( gurgling snarl )

( screaming )

( screaming louder )


( shrieking )

( screaming )

Oh! Aye! Oh! Oh!

( shrieking )

( alarm blaring )

( yelps )

COMPUTER VOICE: Simulation terminated.

Simulation terminated.

Simulation terminated. Simulation terminated.

Simulation terminated.

All right, Mr. Bile, is it?

Uh... my friends call me Phlegm.


Mr. Bile, can you tell me what you did wrong?

I fell down?

No, no, before that.

Can anyone tell me Mr. Bile's big mistake?


( coughs )

( groans )

Let's take a look at the tape.

Here we go.

Uh, right... puh-puh-puh-puh...

Ah! There, see?

The door. You left it wide open.

( whimpers )

( all murmuring )

And leaving the door open is the worst mistake any employee can make because...?

Um... it could let in a draft?

It could let in a child!

Oh! Mr. Waternoose!

There is nothing more toxic or deadly than a human child.

A single touch could kill you!

Leave a door open and a child could walk right into this factory!

Right into the monster world!

I won't go in a kid's room!

You can't make me!

You're going in there because we need this.

( children screaming )

( whimpering )

( static and feedback )

( screaming stops )

Our city is counting on you to collect those children's screams.

Without scream, we have no power.

Yes, it's dangerous work and that's why I need you to be at your best.

I need scarers who are confident, tenacious tough, intimidating.

I need scarers like... like... James P. Sullivan.

( snoring )

Hey! Good morning, Monstropolis.

It's now five after the hour of 6:00 A.M. in the big monster city.

Temperature's a balmy 65 degrees-- which is good news for you reptiles-- and it looks like it's going to be a perfect day to maybe, hey, just lie in bed, sleep in or simply... work out that flab that's hanging over the bed!

Get up, Sulley!

--( screaming ) --( honking )

I don't believe I ordered a wake-up call, Mikey.

Hey! Less talk, more pain, marshmallow boy!

--Feel the burn! --( growling )

You call yourself a monster?

( growling )

Scary feet, scary feet, scary feet!

Oop! The kid's awake!

Okay, scary feet, scary feet, scary feet, scary feet-- kid's asleep!

( roaring )

Twins! In a bunk bed!

( growling )

Ooh! I thought I had you there.

Okay, Sulley, here we go.

You ready? Follow it.

Oh! It's over here!

Oh, look over there!

Don't let the kid touch you!

Don't let it touch you!

* I don't know, but it's been said *

* I love scaring kids in bed! *

Come on, fight that plaque! Fight that plaque!

Scary monsters don't have plaque!

1 18... do you have 1 19?

Do I see 120?

Oh, I don't believe it!

I'm not even breaking a sweat.

Not you!

Look! The new commercial's on!

( yells )

ANNOUNCER: The future is bright at Monsters, Incorporated.

I'm in this one! I'm in this one!

ANNOUNCER: We're part of your life.

We power your car.

We warm your home.

We light your city.

I'm Monsters, Incorporated.

Hey, look! Betty!

ANNOUNCER: Carefully matching every child to their ideal monster...

--( roars ) --( screams ) to produce superior scream refined into clean, dependable energy.

Every time you turn something on Monsters, Incorporated, is there.

I'm Monsters, Incorporated!

ANNOUNCER: We know the challenge-- the window of innocence is shrinking.

Human kids are harder to scare.

Of course, M.I. is prepared for the future with the top scarers...

( child screaming ) the best refineries and research into new energy techniques.

--( yelling ) --( shrieking )

Okay, here I come.

We're working for a better tomorrow... today!

WORKERS: We're Monsters, Incorporated!

WATERNOOSE: We're M.I.-- Monsters, Incorporated.

We scare because we care.

I can't believe it.

Oh, Mike...

I was on TV!

Did you see me? I'm a natural!

( phone rings )


I know!

Hey, wasn't I great?

Did the whole family see it?

It's your mom.

What can I say? The camera loves me.

( bicycle bell rings )

I'm telling you, big daddy you're going to be seeing this face on TV a lot more often.

( mocking laughter )

You've been jealous of my good looks since the fourth grade, pal.

Have a good day, sweetie.

You, too, hon.

Whoo! Okay, Sulley, hop on in.

Nope. Uh-uh. Uh-uh.

Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey!

Where you going? What are you doing?

Mikey, there's a scream shortage. We're walking.

--Walking?! --Yep.

No, no, no, my baby.

Come on. Come on.

Look, she needs to be driven.

Bye, baby. I... I'II call you!

MIKE: Hey, genius, you want to know why I bought the car? Huh?

Not really.

To drive it!

You know, like, on the street?

With the honk-honk and the vroom-vroom and no walking involved.

( mock whining )

Give it a rest, will you, butterball?

Come on, you could use the exercise.

I could use the exercise?!

Look at you. You have your own climate!

GIRL MONSTERS: How many tentacles jump the rope?

BOY MONSTER: Morning, Mike! Morning, Sulley!

Hey! Morning, kids.

Hey, kids.

How you doing?

Bye, Mike! Bye, Sulley!

BIG EYE: Ow! Hey!

( humming )

( sneezing )

Ah, nuts.

( singing )

Hey, hey, hey! Fellas!

Hey, Tony!

Tony! Ba-da-bing!

--Tony! --Hey, Tony!

Pow, pow, pow, pow, pow!

I hear somebody's close to breaking the all-time scare record.

Ah, just trying to make sure there's enough scream to go around.

( laughing )

Hey! On the house!

--Hey, thanks! --Grazie!

MIKE: Ba-da-bing!

( startled gasp )

Oh, great.

Hey, Ted!

Good morning!

( clucking )

See that, Mikey?

Ted's walking to work.

Big deal.

Guy takes five steps and he's there.

( phones ringing )

FEMALE MONSTER: Monsters, Inc. Please hold.

Monsters, Inc. Please hold. Monsters, Inc. Please hold.

Morning, Sulley.

Morning, Ricky.

Hey, it's the Sullster!

See you on the scare floor, buddy!

Hey, Marge. Hey, how was jury duty?

Morning, Sulley!


Hey, it's still leaning to the left.

It is not!

Hey, fellas.

Hey, Jerry.

Hey, Mr. Sullivan!

Guys, I told you, call me Sulley.

( nervous giggling )

I don't think so.

We just wanted to wish you good luck today.

Hey. Hey, hey, hey, hey!

Come on, get lost, you two.

You're making him lose his focus.

Oh. Sorry.

See you later, fellas.

Go get 'em, Mr. Sullivan!

Quiet! You'II make him lose his focus.

Oh, no. Sorry!

Shut up!

-( phones ringing ) -Monsters, Inc. Please hold.

Monsters, Inc. I'II connect you.

Ms. Fearmonger is on vacation.

Would you like her voice mail?

Oh, Schmoopsie-poo.

-( snakes squealing ) -Googley Bear!

Happy birthday.

Oh, Googley-woogley, you remembered!

Hey, Sulley-wulley.

Oh, hey, Celia... weelia.

( clears throat ): Happy birthday.


So, uh... are we going anywhere special tonight?

I just got us into a little place called, um... Harryhausen's.

( gasps )


But it's impossible to get a reservation there!

Not for Googley Bear.

I will see you at quitting time and not a minute later.

Okay, sweetheart.

Think romantical thoughts.

* You and me *

* Me and you *

* Both of us together! *

You know, pal, she's the one.

That's it. She is the one!

I'm happy for you.

Oh, and, uh, thanks for hooking me up with those reservations.

Oh, no problem.

They're under the name Googley Bear.

Oh, good ide...

You know, that wasn't very funny.

( gasps )

What the...?


( screams )

( grunts )

( chuckling )

What do you know?

It scares little kids and little monsters.

I wasn't scared.

I have... allergies.

( coughing )

Uh-huh. Sure.

Hey, Randall, save it for the scare floor, will you?

I'm in the zone today, Sullivan.

Going to be doing some serious scaring.

Putting up some big numbers.

Wow, Randall.

That's great.

That should make it even more humiliating when we break the record first.

Ha, ha!

Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh.

Do you hear that?

It's the winds of change.

( mocking voice ): ''You hear it? You hear the winds of ch...?''

Oh, what a creep.

One of these days, I am really... going to let you teach that guy a lesson.

( deep croaking )

( liquid squishing )

Chalooby! Baby!

MIKE: Good morning, Roz my succulent little garden snail.

And who would we be scaring today?

Wazowski, you didn't file your paperwork last night.

Oh, that darn paperwork.

Wouldn't it be easier if it all just blew away?

( chair squeaking )

Don't let it happen again.

Yes, well, I'II, uh...

I'II try to be less careless.

I'm watching you, Wazowski.

Always watching.

Whoo! She's nuts.


CELIA ( over PA ): All scare floors are now active.

Assistants, please report to your stations.

( metallic clunk )

( machine beeps, bell dings )

( bell dings )

( clanking and whirring )

( chime rings )

Okay, people, eastern seaboard coming on-line.

We got scarers coming out!

( dramatic brass fanfare playing )

Ooh, they're so awesome.

( knuckles cracking )

( clanging and growling )

( snarls )

( blowing )

( growling )

Hey... may the best monster win.

I plan to.

( bell ringing )

We are on in seven... six... five... four... three... two...

( horn blaring )

( growls )

You're the boss. You're the boss.

You're the big, hairy boss.

( child screaming )

( bell dings )

Oh, I'm feeling good today, Mikey!


MIKE: Whoa!

Attaboy. Attaboy.

Another door coming right up.

( whirring and clanking )

( child screaming )

( bell dings )

( growling )

You're still behind, Randall.

You know, maybe I should realign the scream intake valve.

Just get me another door!

A door! Yes, door!

( child screaming )

( bell dings )

( bells dinging )

( beeping )

( metallic clanking )

( click and hiss )

( children screaming )

( bells dinging )

( children screaming )

Well, Jerry, what's the damage so far?

We may actually make our quota today, sir.

Hmm. First time in a month.

( gurgling and burping )


( door buzzing )

( screaming and sobbing )

What happened?

The kid almost touched me!

She got this close to me!

She wasn't scared of you?

She was only six!

I could've been dead!

I could've died!

Keep it together, man.

( whistling )

Hey! We got a dead door over here!

--We're coming! --Coming!

--Look out! --Out of the way!

--Coming through! --Excuse us.

( whimpering )

We've lost 58 doors this week, sir.

Oh, kids these days.

They just don't get scared like they used to.

Let her rip!

( buzzing )

( metallic clank )

( eerie blubbering )

( child screaming )

( bell dings )

Uh, sir?



CELIA ( over PA ): Attention.

We have a new scare leader: Randall Boggs.

( snickering )

( assistants cheering )

( children screaming )

( knuckles cracking )

Slumber party.

( laughing )


( beeping )

CELIA ( over PA ): Never mind.

Hey! Watch it!

( Sulley laughing )

Well, James, that was an impressive display!

Oh, just doing my job, Mr. Waternoose.

Of course, I did learn from the best.

( both laughing )

If I don't see a new door at my station in five seconds I will personally put you through the shredder!

( screams )

Hey, Wazowski, nice job!

Those numbers are pretty sweet.

Are they?

You know, I hadn't even noticed.

And, uh... how is Georgie doing?

He's doing great!

I love working with that big guy.

( child screaming )

Keep the doors coming, Charlie.

I'm on a roll today.

George and I are like brothers.

( gasping )

2319! We have a 2319!

( gasping )

( alarm blaring )

COMPUTER VOICE ( over PA ): Red alert! Red alert!

Red alert! Red alert! Red alert!

FEMALE ( over PA ): George Sanderson please remain motionless.

Prepare for decontamination.

Get it off!

JERRY: Duck and cover, people!

Oh, not the CDA.

( siren wailing )

CDA AGENT: Move! Move! Move!

Coming through, please. Stand aside.

CDA AGENT 2: Clear the contaminated area.

( screams )

CDA AGENT: This is a 2319 in progress.

Keep the area clear.

Coming through. Watch yourself.

( grunts )

( whimpering )

Stand back.


( metallic clang )

( drills whirring )

( all gasping )

( muff ed explosion )

( drills whirring )

All clear.

Situation is niner-niner-zero.

Ready for decon.

Hey, thanks, guys.

That was a close one.


( shears buzzing )

( screaming )

( whimpering )

( ripping )

( screaming )

JERRY: Okay, people, take a break!

We got to shut down for a half-hour and reset the system.

An entire scare floor out of commission.

What else can go wrong?

Oh... what a day.

We're just going through a rough time, sir.

Everyone knows you're going to get us through it.

Tell that to the board of directors.

( slurping )

James, this company has been in my family for three generations.

I would do anything to keep it from going under.

Oh, so would I, sir.


Say, I could use your help with something.

Anything, sir.

You see, we've hired some new scare recruits and frankly, they're... they're, um... uh...


Oh, they stink!


And I thought maybe you might come by tomorrow and give them a demonstration.

Show them what it takes to be a top scarer, huh?

I'II start out with the old Waternoose jump-and-growl.

( growling loudly )

Ha! Oh, oh, yes!

Now, that's my boy!

( both laughing )

( ringing )

JERRY: Let's go, everybody!

All doors must be returned!

No exceptions!

--Oh, yeah. --Whoo!

I've never seen anything like you today.

You were on a roll, my man.

Another day like this and that scare record's in the bag.

That's right, baby!


So get this-- as if dinner wasn't enough I'm taking her to a monster truck rally afterwards.


What's on your agenda?

I'm going to head home and work out some more.

Again? You know, there's more to life than scaring.

( sniff' ng )

Whew. Hey, can I borrow your odorant?

Yeah. I got, uh... smelly garbage or old dumpster.

You got low tide?


How about wet dog?

Yep. Stink it up.

( growling )

You know, I am so romantic sometimes I think I should just marry myself.

Give me a break, Mike.

What a night of romance I got ahead of me.

Tonight is about me and Celia.

Ooh, the love boat is about to set sail.

( imitating ship horn )

'Cause I got to tell you, buddy that face of hers, it just makes my heart go...


Hello, Wazowski.

Fun-filled evening planned for tonight?

Well, as a matter of fact...

Then I'm sure you filed your paperwork correctly... for once.

Your stunned silence is very reassuring.

Oh, no. My scare reports-- I left them on my desk and if I'm not at the restaurant in five minutes they're going to give our table away!

What am I going to tell...


Hey, Googley Bear. Want to get going?

Do I ever! It's just that...


Uh, you know, there's a small....

I don't understand.

It's just that I forgot about some paperwork I was supposed to file.

Mike was reminding me.

Thanks, buddy.


I was? I mean, I was! Yeah, I was.

Oh, okay. Let's go then.

We're going!

On my desk, Sulley.

The pink copies go to Accounting the fuchsia ones go to Purchasing and goldenrod ones go to Roz.


Leave the puce.

SULLEY: Pink copies go to Accounting, the fuchsia ones go to Roz.

No, fuchsia ones go to Purchasing.

The goldenrod ones go to Roz.

Man, I have no idea what puce is.

Oh, that's puce.


Uh, hello?


There's a door here.


( door latch clicking )

( door creaking )

( whispering ): Hello?



Anybody scaring in here?




( thump )

( thump )

( thump )

( speaking baby talk )

( screams )

Whoa! Ah! Ah!


( giggling ): Here.


( yells )

( squeals in delight )


( giggling )

( yells )

( giggles )

( gasps, then whimpers )

( squeals in delight )

( giggling )

( laughs )


( loud crashing, toy squeaking )


( gasps )

( toy ducks quacking )

( yelling )

( toy ducks quacking )

( quacking )


( toy ducks quacking )

( sighs )

( yells )

( panting )

( toys quacking and squeaking )

( squeaking )


( Sulley screams )

( little girl speaking baby talk )


( speaking baby talk )

No, no-- stay back.

( speaking baby talk )

( stutters in fear )

( giggling )

( speaking baby talk )

( whine of disgust )

( little girl speaking baby talk faintly )

( whimpers )

( door latch clicking )


( speaking baby talk )

( faint squeal of delight )

( sneezes )

( murmur of conversation )

( knives being sharpened )

PHOTOGRAPHER: And hold it.

( shutter clicks )

ALL: Get a paper bag!


( laughing )

Oh, Michael, I've had a lot of birthday... well, not a lot of birthdays but this is the best birthday ever.


What are you looking at?

I was just thinking about the first time I laid eye on you-- how pretty you looked.

Stop it!

Your hair was shorter then.

Mm-hmm. I'm thinking about getting it cut.

( faint squeal of fear )

No, no, I like it this length.

( sighs of relief )

I like everything about you.

Just the other day someone asked me who I thought the most beautiful monster was in all of Monstropolis.

You know what I said?

What did you say?

I said...

--Sulley? --Sulley?

No! No, no.

That's not what I was going to say.

Mike, you're not making sense.

SULLEY: Hi, guys!

What a coincidence, running into you here!

Uh, I'm just going to order something to go.



I wonder what's good here.

Get out of here. You're ruining everything.

I went back to get your paperwork and there was a door.


( rattling )

A door?!

Randall was in it.

Wait a minute. Randall?

That cheater!

He's trying to boost his numbers!

There's something else.


Ook-lay in the ag-bay.


Look in the bag.

What bag?

( sighs )

( gasps )

( giggling )


They don't have anything I like here.

So take care, Celia!

Excuse me, sir.

What's going on?

Celia, please try to understand.

I have to do something!



One... two....

( squeals and giggles )

( screaming )

A kid!


( all screaming )

A kid!

There's a kid here-- a human kid!

( exclaiming in baby talk )


CELIA: Googley Bear!

( yelling )

( blows raspberry )

Come on!

( monsters screaming in terror )

MIKE: Let's get out of here!

CDA HELICOPTER PILOT: Please remain calm.

This is not a drill.

( siren wailing, tires screeching )

CDA AGENT 1 : We have an 835 in progress.

Please advise.

Michael? Michael?

Oh, Celia.

--Please come with me. --Ow. Stop pushing.

Hey, get your hands off my Schmoopsie-poo!

Building clear. Ready for decontamination.

Well, I don't think that date could have gone any worse.

( explosion )

( electrical buzzing )

If witnesses are to be believed there has been a child security breach for the first time in monster history.

We can neither confirm nor deny the presence of a human child here tonight.

Well, a kid flew right over me and blasted a car with its laser vision!

I tried to run from it, but it picked me up with its mind powers and shook me like a doll!

It's true! I saw the whole thing!

It is my professional opinion that now is the time to... panic!


( both yelling )

Oh, it's coming!

It's coming!

( giggling ): Boo!

( both screaming )

( distant sirens wailing )

( delighted cry )

( yelling )

No, no, no, no, no!

Come here, kid.


No, don't touch those, you little...!

Oh, now those were alphabetized.

It's okay, it's all right.

As long as it doesn't come near us we're going to be okay.

( sneezes )

( screams )

( yelling in pain )

( whimpering in fear )

Wanna ride on it!

Da, da-da.


Oh, y-you like this?


( giggles )

( gasps )

Hey, hey, that's it!

No one touches little Mikey!

( whining )

Mike, give her the bear.

Oh, no.

( piercing scream )

( electrical buzzing )

( screaming and crying continue )

( buzzing continues )

( exclaiming in fear )

Make it stop, Sulley!

Make it stop!

Look! See the bear?

Ooh, nice bear.

( screams )



Ooh, bear, ooh.

Oh, he's a happy bear.

* He's not crying, neither should you *

* Or we'II be in trouble *

* 'Cause they're gonna find us *

* So please stop crying *

* Right now. *

Good, good, Sulley. Keep it up.

You're doing great.

* Ooh, the happy bear, he has no... *

( screaming )

She touched me!

Sulley, the bear!

The bear!

Give her the...


( giggles )

( screaming with laughter )

( electrical buzzing grows louder )

( light bulb shatters )

( giggles )

What was that?

( thumping )

I have no idea but it would be really great if it didn't do it again.

( giggles )

Shh, shh, shh.

Shh... shh.



How could I do this?

How could I be so stupid?

This could destroy the company.

The company?

Who cares about the company?!

What about us?

That thing is a killing machine!

* La-la-la-la-la-la *

I bet it's just waiting for us to fall asleep and then wham!

Oh, we're easy prey, my friend-- easy prey.

We're sitting targets.

Okay, look, I think I have a plan here.

Using mainly spoons, we dig a tunnel under the city and release it into the wild.


That's it, I'm out of ideas.

We're closed. Hot air balloon?

Too expensive. Giant slingshot?

Too conspicuous.

Enormous wooden horse? Too Greek!

( speaking baby talk )

No plan. No plan.

Can't think. Can't think.


Uh, Mike?

I think she's getting tired.

Well, then why don't you find someplace for it to sleep?

While I think of a plan!

Are you sleepy?

You want to sleep? ls that what you want?


( crunching )

Okay, all right.

I'm making a nice little area for you to...

( giggling )

No. Hey, hey, that's my bed!

You're going to get your germs all over it.

( sighing ): Fine.

My chair is more comfortable anyway.

( yells )


( speaking fearfully ) it's just a closet.

Will you go to sleep?

Hey, that looks like Randall.

Randall's your monster.

You think he's going to come through the closet and scare you.

Oh, boy, how do I explain this?

Uh, it's empty.

--See? --Ah!

No monster in here.

Well, now there is but I'm not going to scare you.

I'm off-duty.


How about I sit here, until you fall asleep?

Go ahead.

Go to sleep.


Now... go.

Uh, you... go... to... sleep.

( imitating snoring )

( giggles )

( sighs in relief )

( door creaks softly )

Hey, Mike, this might sound crazy but I don't think that kid's dangerous.

Really? Well, in that case, let's keep it.

I always wanted a pet that could kill me!

Now, look.

What if we just put her back in her door?


Mike, think about it.

If we send her back, it's like it never happened.

Everything goes back to normal.

Is that a joke?

Tell me you're joking.

Sulley, I'd like to think that, given the circumstances I have been extremely forgiving up to now but that is a horrible idea!

What are we going to do?

March right out into public with that thing?

Then I guess we just waltz right up to the factory, right?

I can't believe we are waltzing right up to the factory.

Sulley, a mop, a couple of lights and some chair fabric are not going to fool anyone!

Just think about a few names, will you?

Loch Ness, Bigfoot, the Abominable Snowman-- they all got one thing in common, pal-- banishment.

We could be next!

Don't panic-- we can do this.

Hey, how you doing, Frank?

Hey, guys.

Everything's going to be okay.

( gasping )

( equipment buzzing loudly )

Number One wants this place dusted for prints.

Careful with that.

I got a good view from here.

A little lower.

This was recovered at the scene.

Don't panic. Don't panic!

Don't tell me not to panic.

Just keep it together.

Everything is not okay!


...could be contaminated.

Gentlemen, safety is our number one concern.

If there's anything that... not now, not now.

Oh, hello, little one.

Where did you come from?

Mr. Waternoose!

Ah, James! ls this one yours?

Actually, that's my, uh, cousin's sister's daughter, sir.

Yeah, it's, uh...

''Bring an Obscure Relative to Work Day.''

Hmm, must have missed the memo.

Well, listen, James why don't you stop by the simulator after lunch today and give us that scare demonstration we talked about, huh?

Oh, oh, sir, uh....

Excuse me, Mr. Waternoose?

Yes, yes, I'm coming.

All right then, I'II see you this afternoon, James.

That is, if these gentlemen haven't shut us down.

Oh, boy.

Oh, a scare demo.

Well, that is great.

Why am I the last to know?

We can bring your cousin's sister's daughter along.

She'II be a big hit!

( equipment buzzing loudly )


( yelling )

Stop him!

Hold him down.

Come on, the coast is clear.

Okay, all we have to do is get rid of that thing.

So, wait here while I get its card key.

But she can't stay here.

This is the men's room.

That is the weirdest thing you have ever said.

It's fine. It's okay.

Look, it loves it here!

It's dancing with joy!

Uh, uh, uh, uh.

I'II be right back with its door key.

( laughs )

That's a cute little dance you've got.

It almost looks like you've got to...

( whining )


( singing in baby talk )

( singing stops )

Uh, are you done in there?

( squeals )

Ah! Sorry. Sorry.

( singing )

( toilet flushes )

Okay, you finished now, right?


( yells )


( giggles )

( sighs )

( giggling )

( chuckles )

Where did she go?

Oh, did she disappear?

Did she turn invisible?

( giggling softly )

I just have no idea.



( giggles )

Hey, you're good.

( sighs )

Be relaxed, be relaxed, be relaxed.

Roz, my tender, oozing blossom you're looking fabulous today.

Is that a new haircut?

Come on, tell me.

It's a new haircut, isn't it?

That's got to be a new haircut.

New makeup? You've had a lift.

You've had a tuck. You've had something.

Something has been inserted in your skin that makes you look like...

( sighs )

Listen, I need a favor.

Randall was working late last night out on the scare floor.

I really need the key for the door he was using.

Well, isn't that nice?

But guess what?

You didn't turn in your paperwork last night.

He didn't... I... no paperwork?

This office is now closed.

( Mike screams in pain )

Ready or not, here I come!

I'm getting warmer.

Any second now.

Fee fi fo...

What are you doing?!

I-I'm looking for the kid.

You lost it?!

No, no, she was just....

( squeals )

Here she is.

( whining )

Hey, what's the matter?

RANDALL: I already told your buddies I haven't seen anything.

CDA AGENT: All right, carry on.

( splashing )

Randall! Thank goodness!

What are we going to do about the child?


Shh, shh, shh.

( door slams open )

( door slams open )

The front page! It's on the front page.

The child-- the one you were after.

Will you be quiet?!

Don't you think I'm aware of the situation?

I was up all night trying to find it.

I did a simple calculation factoring in the size of the sushi restaurant.

The child may have escaped!

Yeah, well, until we know for sure we're going to act like nothing happened, understand?

You just get the machine up and running.

I'II take care of the kid.

And when I find whoever let it out, they're dead!


Why are you still here?

Come on, go!

Move! Now!

FUNGUS: Ow, ow! I'm not here.

SULLEY ( whispering ): They're gone.

( squeaking and splashing )


MIKE: This is bad.

This is so very bad.

What were they talking about a machine?

Who cares? Oh!

Look, don't panic-- all we have to do is call her door down and send her home.

You're right, you're right.

We're just two regular joes on our way to work.

We will blend right in.

Top of the mornin', fellas!

Hey, what's shakin', bacon?

Did you lose weight?

Or a limb?

You have her card key, right?

Of course I have her card key.

I told you I'd get her card key.

I went and got her card key and now I have her card key.

Okay, here we go.

Take care of yourself.

Try not to run through any more closets.

( giggles )

Mike, that's not her door.

What are you talking about?

Of course it's her door. It's her door.

No, her door was white and it had flowers on it.

No. It must have been dark last night because this is its door.

( polka music playing )

Hey, you hear that?

Sounds like fun in there!

Okay, send me a postcard, kid.

That's Mike Wazowski, care of

22 Mike-Wazowski- you-got-your-life-back lane.

Mowki Kowski.

Very good. Now bon voyage!

Bye-bye! Come on.

Look at the stick. See the stick?

Go get the stick! Go fetch.

Mike, this isn't Boo's door.

Boo? What's Boo?

That's what I decided to call her.

Is there a problem?

Sulley, you're not supposed to name it.

Once you name it, you start getting attached to it!

Now put that thing back where it came from, or so help me...

Oh, hey!

We're rehearsing a scene for the upcoming company play called Put That Thing Back Where lt Came From Or So Help Me%

( Mike laughing )

It's a musical!

* Put that thing back where it came from or so help me *

* Bom-bom, bom-bom, bom-bom... *

* So help me, so help me. *

And cut!

We're still working on it.

It's a work in progress but, hey, we need ushers.

Sulley, I've had enough.

Now say good-bye to... where'd it go?

What'd you do with it?

( gasps ): Where is she?

I don't believe it.

She got away from you again?!

Well, that is just...

Wait a minute.

The sun is coming up.

This is perfect!

She's gone!

Hey, hey, hey, hey.

Where are you going?

Sulley, please, don't blow this.

Not when we're so close to breaking the record.

Somebody else will find the kid.

It'II be their problem, not ours!

She's out of our hair!

What are you two doing?

They're rehearsing a play.

* She's out of our hair! *

Can it, Wazowski!

So, what do you think of that kid getting out, Sullivan?

Pretty crazy, huh?

Oh, yeah, crazy.

Word on the street is the kid's been traced back to this factory.

You haven't seen anything, have you?

Uh, well, uh...

No, no way!

But if it was an inside job I'd put my money on Waxford.


Yeah, the one at station six.

You know, he's got them shifty eyes.

Hey, Waxford!


CELIA: Michael Wazowski!

( whimpers ) last night was one of the worst nights of my entire life, bar none!

( hissing )

I thought you cared about me.

Honey, please.

Schmoopsie, I thought you liked sushi.

CELIA: Sushi? Sushi?!!

You think this is about sushi?!


Michael! Mike...


( panting )

Breathe. Keep breathing.



Where's the kid?

Kid? What kid? lt's here in the factory, isn't it?

You're not pinning this on me.

It never would have gotten out if you hadn't been cheating last night!


Cheating. Right.

Okay, I think I know how to make this all go away.

What happens when the whistle blows in five minutes?

Uh... I get a time-out?

Everyone goes to lunch!

Which means the scare floor will be...?


Empty! It'II be empty, you idiot!

You see that clock?

When the big hand is pointing up and the little hand is pointing up the kid's door will be in my station.

But when the big hand points down the door will be gone.

You have until then to put the kid back.

Get the picture?

( roaring playfully )


( giggles )


Hey, you! Halt!

He's the one.

The one from the commercial!

Affirmative. That's him.

Can we get an autograph?

Oh, oh, sure. No problem.

You can make that out to Bethany, my daughter.

Yes. Let's see...

''From your scary friend best wishes...''

So I said, ''If you talk to me like that again, we're through!''

What'd she say?

You know my mom.

She sent me to my room.

See you guys later, take it easy.

Bottoms up!

( gasps in horror )


( singing )



( growling )

Oh, well, hello, there.

What's your name?

Mike Wazowski!

( machinery pounding loudly )

( grinding and chopping )

( panting )

( moans )


Oh, Sulley.

Okay, Sulley, come on, enough.

Hey, you guys seen Sulley anywhere?

Nope. Sorry.

Oh, Sulley!

Boy, Wazowski looks like he's in trouble.

( squeaking and quacking )


We have a 2319!

Oh, dear.

Get him!

Sulley? Sulley!

( moaning )


Oh, great news, pal.

I got us a way out of this mess but we got to hurry.

Where is it?

( whimpering )

Sull, that's a cube of garbage.

( squeaks )


I-I can still hear her little voice.

BOO: Mike Wazowski!

Hey, I can hear her, too.

BABY MONSTERS: Mike Wazowski!

How many kids you got in there?

Mike Wazowski!



Boo, oh, you're all right!

I was so worried!

Don't you ever run away from me again, young lady!

Oh, but I'm so glad you're safe.

My, what an affectionate father.

Actually, she's my cousin's sister's...

Okay, Sulley.

That's enough. Let's go.

Mike Wazowski!

Yeah, yeah.

Step aside, kid. We're in a...

( screams in pain )

( screams with laughter )

( electrical buzzing )

( light bulbs shattering )

( gasping )

( baby monsters screaming and crying )

Will you stop making Boo laugh?

I didn't, so come on!

( screaming and crying continue )

I still don't understand.

You've got Boo's door?

I'II explain later.


Okay, let's move, let's move, let's move.

Come on.

Oh, please be there, please be there, please be there.

There it is!

Just like Randall said!

Randall? What a minute.

( cries out in fear )

Oh, hey.

One, two, three, four!

Get the kid back through the door!

Hey, hey.

We're going to get our lives back.

The nightmare is over.

Hey, it's okay, Boo.

What's the matter?

Come on, it's time to move!

Mike, what are you thinking?

We can't trust Randall.

He's after Boo.

Who cares? Let's go.

This is a limited time offer.

No, no.

I don't like this.

Look, Sulley, you wanted her door and there it is.

Now, let's move.

No, Mike.

( sighs ): You want me to prove everything's on the up-and-up?

Fine! He wants the door, I get the door...

( whispering ): Mike, wait!

He's a paranoid delusional furball.


( whimpers in fear )

( whining )

Shh, shh, shh.

( small cry of surprise )

( lunch bell rings )

Hey, Sulley, where you been all day?

Sulley? Sulley?


( whispering ): Mike?


Where are you?

You in there?

Where are you, buddy?



( door thunks )

( excited baby talk )

Boo, way to go.

( giggles )

It's okay.

( door clunks shut )

( pipes whistling and venting )

( distant voices )

RANDALL: Yes! I got the kid!

FUNGUS: Oh, huzzah!

That's great news.

Not that I was concerned, of course.

Just get over here and help me!

Come on, come on, come on.

While we're young here, Fungus!

( both straining )

Kid needs to take off a few pounds.

( yelps )


Where is it, you little one-eyed cretin?

Okay, first of all, it's cree-tin.

If you're going to threaten me do it properly.

Second of all, you're nuts if you think kidnapping me is going to help you cheat your way to the top!

( chuckling evilly )

You still think this is about that stupid scare record?

Well... I did, right up until you chuckled like that and now I'm thinking I should just get out of here.

I am about to revolutionize the scaring industry and when I do, even the great James P. Sullivan is going to be working for me.

MIKE: Well somebody's certainly been a busy bee.

First, I need to know where the kid is and you're going to tell me.

Yeah, I don't know anything.

Uh-huh, sure.

MIKE: I don't.

I mean, I don't.


( mechanical clanging and grinding )

What's that?

Come on. Wait, wait, wait.

Oh-oh. Oh-oh. Oh, come on.

No, no, no, no, no.

Come on, hey, hey, hey.

This thing is moving.

I don't like big... moving things that are moving towards me.

No! Come on!

Hey, Randall!

Say hello to the scream extractor.


Come on, where you going?

We'II talk.

Come on, we'II have a latte!

Come on.

We can talk about this.

( electrical whirring starts, then grows louder )

What's that thing? What is that thing?

Wait, wait, wait!

Stop, stop!

No, no!

Come on, hey!

( deep, resonating whirring )

Help! Help! Help!


( yelling )

( noise dies away )

Oh, for...

What did you do wrong this time?

I don't know.

I calibrated the drive...

Go check the machine!

There must be something wrong with the scream intake valve.

That's the problem with these 3250 units...




Fungus. Fungus.

You like cars, huh?

'Cause I got a really nice car.

If you let me go, I'II give you... a ride in the car.

Please, Fungus?

I'm sorry, Wazowski, but Randall said I'm not allowed to fraternize with victims of his evil plot.

( gasps )

( clanging )


( zapping )

( electrical whirring )

( clanking, rattling, whirring )

( gasps )

( muff ed screams )

What happened?

Where's Wazowski?

( muff ed screams )

( shuts off machine )

Where is he?!

( whimpering )

( growls )

( whimpering )

( squeals )

Come on!

This is crazy. He's going to kill us!

CDA AGENT 1 : Careful. That could be contaminated.

We got to get out of here now!

We can start a whole new life somewhere far away.

Good-bye, Monsters, Inc.!

Good-bye, Mr. Waternoose!

No, Mike, wait!

Hey, what are you doing?

Follow me. I have an idea.

No! No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no...

COMPUTER VOICE ( over PA ): Simulation terminated.

WATERNOOSE: No, no, no, no, no.

What was that?

You're trying to scare the kid, not lull it to sleep.

I was going for a snake ninja approach with a little hissing.

( hisses )

How many times do I have to tell you?

It's all about presence!

About how you enter the room!

Mr. Waternoose!

James! Perfect timing.

No, no. Sir, you don't understand.

Ah, now, show these monsters how it's done.

What? No, no, I can't...

Sir... sir, you have to listen to me.

Pay attention, everyone.

You're about to see the best in the business.

Reset the simulator.

But-but, sir!

MOTHER: Good night, sweetheart.



No, Boo, no, no!

Now, give us a big, loud roar.

Mr. Waternoose, there's no time for this.

Come on. What are you waiting for? Roar!

But-but-but, sir!


( groans )

( roaring ferociously )

( shrieking in terror )

( gasps )

( roaring ferociously )

( squeals )

( Boo crying )

( students applauding )

WATERNOOSE: Well done.

Well done, James.


--All right, gentlemen, I hope you've learned... --Right this way, everyone.

...a valuable lesson in scaring today.

( fearful whimper )

( whines softly )


( nervous grunt )

( whining )


( panicked grunts )

( door slams )

Boo, it's me.

( squealing )

( gasps ): The child!

Sir, she isn't toxic.

I know it sounds crazy, but trust me.


No, no, no, no.

It's okay.

I was just...

( whimpering in fear )

No, no, no, no, no, don't be scared.

That wasn't real.

It's just a...

I was just...

( crying ): No...

( Boo continues crying )

( Boo sobbing )


MIKE: ...and he was going to test it out on that sweet, little girl.

--Boo. --Now that we have her...

...he is trying to kill us.

This whole thing is Randall's fault.


Yes. And we can take you to his secret lab, which is right here in this factory.

How could this happen?

Oh, how could this happen?

Does anyone else know about this?

No, sir.


This company can't afford any more bad publicity.

Now, before we do anything else, let's... take care of the child.

Oh, I never thought things would come to this... not in my factory.

I'm sorry you boys got mixed up in this.

Especially you, James.

But now we can set everything straight again for the good of the company.

( whirring )

( thunk )

MIKE: Uh... sir, that's not her door.

I know, I know.

It's yours.

( startled gasps )

( grunts )

( yelling )


( gasps )

( voice echoing ): Boo!

( gasps )

No! No!

No! No! No! No!


( desperate grunts ) lt's too late!

We're banished, genius.

We're in the human world!

Oh, what a great idea, going to your old pal Waternoose!

Too bad he was in on the whole thing!

All you had to do was listen to me-- just once!

But you didn't, did you?

You're still not listening!

( yelling )

( Sulley grunting and groaning )

Take that!

( growling )

( gasps in horror )

Welcome to the Himalayas!

( wind gusting )


( chuckles )

Can you believe that?

Do I look abominable to you?

Why can't they call me the Adorable Snowman or... or the Agreeable Snowman, for crying out loud?

I'm a nice guy.

Snow cone?


No, no, no.

Don't worry-- it's lemon.

Uh, how about you, big fella?

Snow cone?

Did you see the way she... looked at me?

( sighs )

Ah, poor guy.

I understand. lt ain't easy being banished.

Take my buddy, Bigfoot.

When he was banished he fashioned an enormous diaper out of poison ivy.

Wore it on his head like a tiara.

Called himself King Itchy.

Ah, it won't be so hard for you guys, though, you know.

I mean, how lucky can you get?

Banished with your best friend.

He is not my friend.

Oh. I just assumed you were buddies, you know when I saw you out there in the snow hugging and all that.

Look at that big jerk.

Ruined my life, and for what?

A stupid kid!

Because of you, I am now stuck in this frozen wasteland!


I think you mean wonderland!

I mean, how about all this fabulous snow, huh?

Oh, and wait till you see the local village.

Cutest thing in the world.

I haven't even mentioned all the free yak's milk.

What... what did you say?

Yak's milk.

Milking a yak ain't exactly a picnic.

You know, once you pick the hairs out it's very nutritious.

No, no. Something about a village.

Where? Are there kids in it?

Kids? Sure.

Tough kids, sissy kids, kids who climb on rocks...

Where is it?!

It's at the bottom of the mountain.

Around a three-day hike.

Oh, three days?!

We need to get there now!

( thump )

( ding )

You want to go to the village?

Okay, rule number one out here.



Never go out in a blizzard.

We need to get to Boo.

( grunts, then gasps )


What about us?

( grunts )

Ever since that kid came in you've ignored everything I've said and now look where we are!

Oh, we were about to break the record, Sulley.

We would have had it made!

None of that matters now.

None of it matter...

Wa-wait a second.

None of it matters?

( sighs )

MIKE: Okay.

That's.... no. Good. Great.

So, now the truth comes out, doesn't it?

Oh, would you look at that?

We're out of snow cones, uh...

Let me... just go outside and make some more.

Sulley, what about everything we ever worked for?

Does that matter? Huh?

And what about Celia?

I am never... never going to see her again.

Doesn't that matter?

( sighs )

What about me?

I'm your pal.

I'm... I'm your best friend.

Don't I matter?

( sighs )

I'm sorry, Mike.

I'm sorry we're stuck out here.

I didn't mean for this to happen.

But Boo's in trouble.

I think there might be a way to save her if we can just get down to that...


Whoa, whoa, whoa. ''We''?


There's no ''we'' this time, pal.

I-if-if you want to go out there and freeze to death you be my guest... because you're on your own.

* *

( wind whistles )

Hey, I got more snow cones!




( yells )

( grunting and groaning )

( wind howling )

( distant child screaming )

( children screaming )

Oh, come on, now, George.

I know you can do this.

I picked out an easy door for you-- in Nepal.

Nice, quiet Nepal.

You know, you're right.

Here, take this.

Go get 'em, Georgie!

Gangway! Look out! Coming through!

Sorry, George.

Hey, you can't just...

( gasps )


( gagging )

( whistling )

Out of the way!

--Hey! --Whoa!


( gasps )

( whimpers )


I never should have trusted you with this.

Because of you, I had to banish my top scarer!

With this machine, we won't need scarers.

Besides, Sullivan got what he deserved.

Sullivan was twice the scarer you will ever be!

( low growl )

( panting )

( clanging )

( grunting )

( yells with effort )

( mechanical whirring )

( gasps )


( whirring and hissing )

( yelling )

( shrieking )

( roaring )



( grunting )



Sorry, Boo.

Stop him!

( growls )

Let's get you home.

( panting )

( blow lands )


WATERNOOSE: Finish him off!

Oh! Ooh! Oh!

( clanging )

( thunk )

You don't know how long I've wanted to do that, Sullivan.

( grunts )

( chuckles )

( punches landing )



( shrieks )

( panting )



Look, it's not that I don't care about the kid.

Mike, you don't understand.

Yes, I do. I was just mad, that's all.

I needed some time to think.

But you shouldn't have left me out there.

( thump )

I'm being attacked!

No, I'm not attacking you.

I'm trying to be honest.

Just hear me out.

You and I are a team.

Nothing is more important than our friendship.

I-I-I know, kid.

He's too sensitive.

( gagging )

( whining cry )

Come on, pal.

If you start crying, I'm going to cry and I'II never get through this.

I'm sorry I wasn't there for you but I am now.


Sulley, I am baring my soul here.

The least you could do is pay attention!

( yells in pain )

( sighs in relief )

Hey, look at that-- it's Randall! It's...


Come on!


There can't be any witnesses.

There won't be.

I'm glad you came back, Mike.

Somebody's got take care of you, you big hairball.

( Celia screaming )

( screaming )


Schmoopsie-poo, I really can't talk.

Come on!

Michael, if you don't tell me what's going on right now, we are through!

You hear me? Through!

Here's the truth.

You know the kid that they're looking for-- Sulley let her in.

We tried to send her back but Waternoose had this secret plot and now Randall's right behind us and he's trying to kill us!

You expect me to believe that pack of lies, Mike Wazowski?!

Mike Wazowski!

( startled yell )

I love you, Schmoopsie-poo!

RANDALL: Move it! Look out, you...



( huff' ng )

Look out. Coming through, here, coming through!

Make way. Move it!

Hurry up, hurry up.

There they are!

Celia: ( over PA ) Attention, employees: Randall Boggs has just broken the all-time scare record.


No, I didn't.

Get out of my way!

( clamoring )

Go get 'em, Googley Bear!

( Boo shrieks )

There it is!

RANDALL: Get off my tail!

Let me through!

Sulley, what are you doing?

Grab on, Mike!

Are you out of your...?

( screaming )

( whirring )

( Mike whimpering )

MIKE: Sulley, what are we doing?

We have to get Boo's door and find a station.

MIKE: What a plan-- simple, yet insane!

( growls )


--( gasps ) --Oh, boy.

Hold on!

( Mike screaming )

( screaming )

( clinking )


Don't look down!

( teeth chattering )

( rattling )

( startled gasp )

( screaming )

( shrieking )

I'm gonna be sick. I'm gonna be sick!


( screaming )

Oh, no!

( chugging and clanking )



Boo's door?

There it is!

MIKE: How are we supposed to get to it now?

Oh, it's a dead end, Sulley!

( gasps )

MIKE: There he is.

Make her laugh.

What, Sulley?!

Just do it!

Oh... ow!

( laughing )

( squealing laughter )

( engines starting )

SULLIVAN: Get it open.

Here he comes.

Give me that kid!

( birds twittering )

( Boo giggling )

Why couldn't we get banished here?

Come on. We got to find another door.

( gasps )

Look, Boo's door!

( grunting )

There he is!

Hurry up, hurry up!

Give me your hand.

( screaming )

( grunts )

Come on, it slides, it slides!

Ooh, right, right, right.

( panting )

( gasps )

Jump! I'm behind you!

Come on!

Hurry up! Keep moving!

Get inside!

Ooh! That was weird.

( grunts )


Oh, sorry, buddy.

( stunned mumbling )

( growls )

( electronic whirring )


I hope that hurt, lizard boy!

( laughing )

Great job, buddy. We lost him.

( squeals )


Ha, ha!


( screaming )

Nice working with you!

Get it open!

--I'm trying! --Open the door!

Come on, get in here!

( Boo crying )

( grunting )


( panting )

There they are!

Sulley, what are you doing?


( Sulley grunts )

( Mike grunts )

( yells )

Looks like we caught the express, pal.

Do you see them?

Straight ahead!


( stifled cry )

( grunting nervously )



( yelling )

( whimpering )

RANDALL: Look at everybody's favorite scarer now!

You stupid, pathetic waste!

( thump )

You've been number one for too long, Sullivan.

Now your time is up!

And don't worry.

I'II take good care of the kid.


( yelling )

( Boo grunting and Randall gagging )

( Randall groaning )

( gagging )

( roaring angrily )

She's not scared of you anymore.

( roars angrily )

Looks like you're out of a job.

( gulps )

All right, come on, over the plate.

Let's see the ol' stuff here, pal.

Come on, now, chuck him, chuck him, baby. Hum, baby.

Hum, baby, here's the pitch.

Wait, please, don't, don't, don't!


And he is... out of here!

( crickets chirping )

BOY: Mama, another gator got in the house.

Another gator?!

Give me that shovel! Come here!

( clanging, yelling )

Get him, mama! Get that gator!

Care to do the honors, Mikey?

With pleasure.

( thud )

( baby talk )

That's right, Boo.

You did it.

You beat him.

( raspberry )

Come on.

Okay, Boo, it's time to go home.

Take care of yourself, and be a good girl, okay?

( gasps )

Oh, no!

The power's out!

Make her laugh again.

All right, I got a move here.

It'II bring down the house.


( metallic clang )

( groans softly )

Oh, sorry, she didn't see that.

What?! What'd you do, forget to check if her stupid hood was up ya big dope?!

( singsong ): Uncle Mike, try not to yell in front of her.

You know we still need her to laugh.


( laughs )

Hey, Boo, just kidding. Look!

( gibberish )

Funny, right? Huh? See what the...

These are the jokes, kid.


What's happening?

SULLIVAN: Hold on!

When the door lands in this station, cut the power.

You'II have the child and the criminals responsible for this whole mess.

Great. A welcoming committee!

What are we going to do?!

( electrical humming )

( clang )

This is the CDA.

Come out slowly with the child in plain sight.

Okay, okay.

You got us.

Here we are.

Here's the kid.

I'm cooperating.

But before you take us away, I have one thing to say:

( gags )


( all shouting ): 2319!

We have a toxic projectile!

Halt! After the suspect!

Cover the area! Bring in reinforcements!


( Boo squeaks )

Come on.

Don't let them get away.


No, wait, wait!

Come back! He has the child!

( frustrated growl )

( Boo squeaks )

Sullivan? Sullivan!

Give me the child!

Me not go!

Give her to me!

( panting )

( grunts )

( metallic creaking )

WATERNOOSE: Open this door! Open this door!

( growling and pounding )



( yells )

WATERNOOSE: Don't do it.

( beep )

Come on.

Don't go in that room!

( yelling )

I think we stopped him, Boo.

You're safe now.

You be a good girl, okay?

This has gone far enough, James.

She's home now! Just leave her alone!

I can't do that!

She's seen too much.

You both have.

It doesn't have to be this way.

I have no choice!

Times have changed.

Scaring isn't enough anymore.

But kidnapping children?!

I'II kidnap a thousand children before I let this company die and I'II silence anyone who gets in my way!


Good night, Mom.

What, wh-what is this?! What? Who? Huh?

COMPUTER: Simulation terminated. Simulation terminated.

Well, I don't know about the rest of you guys but I spotted several big mistakes.

But-but-but how-how did...? How did...?

MIKE: You know what?

Let's watch my favorite part again... shall we?

( repeating ): I'II kidnap a thousand children before I let this company die.

What...? Wha...?

I'II kidnap a thousand children before...

( baby talk )

Shh, shh, shh, shh!


I'II get him.

All right, come with us, sir.

Wh-what are you doing?

Take your hands off me!

You can't arrest me!

I hope you're happy, Sullivan!

You've destroyed this company. Monsters, Incorporated is dead!

Where will everyone get their scream now?!

The energy crisis will only get worse because of you!

( loud clang )

Stay where you are.


Number One wants to talk to you.


Hello, boys.

BOTH: Roz?!

Two and a half years of undercover work were almost wasted when you intercepted that child, Mr. Sullivan.

Of course, without your help, I never would have known that this went all the way up to Waternoose.

( baby talk )

( gasps )

ROZ: Now... about the girl...

I just want to send her home.

Very good.

( chiming tones )

Bring me a door shredder.

What, you mean... you mean, I can't see her again?

That's the way it has to be.

I'II give you five minutes.

( whirring hum )

Well, so long, kid.

Mike Wazowski!


Ah, Boo, it's been fun.

Go ahead.

Go grow up.

( door creaking )

( squealing in delight )

( laughing )

Uh-uh, B-Boo...?

( speaking baby talk )

Um... Boo?

( speaking baby talk )

Oh, look at that.

Yeah, you know...

Oh, that's cute, yeah.

( baby talk )

Uh, Boo, um...

( squeaking toy )

Well, that's very nice.

( giggling )

Come here, you!

( squeals )

( both laughing )

* Oh, he's a happy bear... *

( giggling )

( baby talk )

Nothing's coming out of your closet to scare you anymore, right?



Good-bye, Boo.


Kitty has to go.

* *


( gasps )


( motor buzzing loudly )

( clicks off )

None of this ever happened, gentlemen.

And I don't want to see any paperwork on this.

( door closes )

Take him away.

( all murmuring )

I bet we get the rest of the day off.

You idiot!

They're going to shut down the factory!

( all gasp )

I'm telling you, pal, when that wall went up you should have seen the look on Waternoose's face.

Whoo-hoo! I hope we get a copy of that tape.

Hey, you all right?

Come on, pal, cheer up, we did it!

We got Boo home.

Ah, sure, we put the factory in the toilet, and... gee, hundreds of people will be out of work now.

Not to mention the angry mob that'II come after us when there's no more power, but, hey... at least we had some laughs, right?


( crickets chirping )

( wind blowing softly )

( door quietly creaks open )

( boy gasps )

Hey, is this thing on? Hello?

Hello? Testing, testing.

Hey, good evening. How are you?

How are you? Nice to see you.

I tell you, it's good to be here in... your room.

Where you from?

Never mind.

You're in kindergarten, right?

Oh, I love kindergarten.

Best three years of my life.

Of my life.

But I love sports.

Dodgeball was the best.

Oh, yeah.

I was the fastest one out there.

Course I was the ball.

But I... was the ball, see?

All right.

( rumbling )

( rumbling gets louder )

( gurgling )


( huge burp )


( laughing )

Hey, thanks a lot.

I'II be here all week.

Remember to tip your waitresses.

( guffawing )

( rippling gurgle )

( bell dings )

Great job, Mikey.

You filled your quota on the first kid of the day.

Not bad, huh?

You know, only somebody with perfect comedic timing could produce this much energy in one shot.

Uh-huh, and the fact that laughter is ten times more powerful than scream had nothing to do with it.

( clears throat )

CELIA: Oh, Googley Bear.

Come here, you.




( snakes chittering )

( Mike giggling )

Girls! Girls, put...

Stop, stop, stop!

Michael, you're such a charmer.

Hey, did you bring the magazine?

They just delivered a whole box.

Let me see it!

( laughing )

Sulley and I made the cover, right?

( whispering ): I don't believe it.

( sympathetically ): Googley Bear...

I'm on the cover of a magazine!


( chattering )

( jittering blubbers )

Oh, this is great!

( humming happily )

( child laughing uproariously )

( bell dings )


( distant laughter )

( kazoo whirs )

( toy horn toots )

MIKE: Hey, Sulley!

( yells )

Hey, uh, Mike. I was, uh, just...

Well, listen, if you got a minute there's something I want to show you.


Okay, close your eyes.

Follow me. Come on.


No peeking.

Keep coming, keep coming, keep coming.

Come on, keep coming.

Keep coming, keep coming.


Follow the sultry sound of my voice.

Okay, stop.

Open them.



Is that...?

Sorry it took so long, pal.

It was a lot of wood to go through.

You know, it only works if you have every piece.

( whirring hum )

( creaking )


BOO: Kitty!

( bouncy blues melody plays )

Sulley: * If I were a rich man *

* With a million or two *

Mike: * I'd live in a penthouse *

* In a room with a view *

* And if I were handsome *

No way.

It could happen.

* Those dreams do come true *

* I wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have you *

* Wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have *

* Wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have *

* Wouldn't have nothing *

Can I tell you something?

* For years I have envied *

You were green with it.

* Your grace and your charm *

* Everyone loves you, you know *

* Yes, I know, I know, I know *

* But I must admit it *

* Big guy, you always come through *

* I wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have you *

BOTH: * You and me together *

* That's how it always should be *

* One without the other don't mean nothing to me *

* Nothing to me *

* Yeah, I wouldn't be nothing *

* No *

* If I didn't have you to serve *

* I'm just a punky little eyeball *

* And a funky optic nerve *

* Hey, I never told you this *

* Sometimes I get a little blue *

Looks good on you.

* But I wouldn't have nothing *

* If I didn't have you... *

Let's dance.

Look, Ma, I'm dancing!

Would you let me lead?

Look at that. It's true.

Big guys are light on their feet.

Don't you dare dip me.

Don't you dare dip me, don't you dare dip me.

Ow. I should have stretched.

* Yes, I wouldn't be nothing *

* If I didn't have you *

I know what you mean, Sulley.

* Because... *

* I wouldn't know where to go *

* Me, too, because I... *

* Wouldn't know what to do *

Why do you keep singing my part?

BOTH: * I don't have to say it *

Ah, say it anyway.

* 'Cause we... *

* Both know it's true *

* I wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have *

* I wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have *

* I wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have you *

* Wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have you. *

( music ends )

One more time.

( music begins again ) lt worked!

* I don't have to say it *

Where'd everybody come from?

* 'Cause we both know it's true *

Let's take it home, big guy.

BOTH: * I wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have *

* I wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have *

* I wouldn't have nothing if I didn't have you *

* You, you *

* A, E, I, O... *

* That means you, yeah. *