(17 of 20) Wilbur waits to see if he has won at the County Fair.
[n] - noun, [v] - verb, [phv] - phrasal verb, [adj] - adjective, [exp] - expression
Charlotte: Well, what do you think?
Wilbur: It's a great word. It's just...
Charlotte: Just what?
Wilbur: Is it the right word? Is it true? Because I don't really feel like I deserve any of the things you've written about me.
Charlotte: Then it is the perfect word.
Fern: The web! Hey, Wilbur!
Dad: "Humble." If that's not a prize-winner, I don't know what is.
Mrs. Zuckerman: He's going to win this thing, isn't he? Oh, Homer, I can't go up to that grandstand looking like this.
Mrs. Zuckerman : Homer.
Fern: It's not fair.
Mrs. Zuckerman: Why didn't they tell us the judging was going to be so early?
Mr. Zuckerman: We did our best. I'll get the truck and take him home. I really thought we had a shot.
Mrs. Zuckerman: It's okay. It'll be okay.
Children: I told you. There it is! The web!
Boy: It looks like it's "humble."
Judge: Coming through. Excuse me. Mr. Zuckerman! Could you come with me, please? Oh, and bring the pig, too.