(16 of 20) Templeton defeats two crows and brings a new word to Charlotte and the counry fair.
[n] - noun, [v] - verb, [phv] - phrasal verb, [adj] - adjective, [exp] - expression
Directions: 1) Read the script and choose the best word or expression to complete the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Templeton: One-stop slopping. All right. Let's go (and) get the spider off my back.
Brooksie: How come I'm not in a cornfield, Elwyn? How come?
Elwyn: Hey, hey. They got all kinds of corn right here. You've got your popcorn, caramel corn, candy corn.
Brooksie: Stop torturing me! I'm starving here, and now I'm cross-eyed because of this pink stuff. If I ever see that rat again...
Templeton: Words, words, words. "Pork rinds." That'll draw a crowd. This looks promising.
Brooksie: Hey! That rat!
Elwyn: I'm going to get me some rat!
Templeton: Oh, not these birdbrains. Let's get rid of them once and for all.
Brooksie: ...and everything. Rat on three! Three!
Elwyn: Wait up, Brooksie! I'm coming with you!
Templeton: Little flamingoes! Come and get me!
Brooksie: It's scary guy!
Elwyn: Abort! Abort!
Brooksie: Peck him! Peck him, Elwyn!
Elwyn: Wait a minute. His eyes are buttons, and his hair is straw. This guy ain't real!
Brooksie: He's not?
Templeton: Oh, yeah! The rat rules! Take that!
Brooksie: Do you know what this means?
Brooksie: We could've had corn!
Templeton: Well, Your Highness, are you satisfied or what? 'Cause I've got a spitty hunk of pineapple upside-down cake out there with my name on it.
Charlotte: Yes, very satisfied. Be careful. If you keep this up, someone might think you care.
Templeton: Gee, I'm all choked up.
Wilbur: Charlotte? If I don't win the prize tomorrow, they're gonna send me to the smokehouse.
Charlotte: You're going to win, Wilbur. And you're going to see the snows of winter. I told you, I never break a promise.