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[walks into room and sees a still hypnotized Dickie standing there with his finger in his nose and his tongue wiggling around outside his mouth]
Boy this is not your lunch break.
[Dickie continues to pick his nose and wiggle his tongue]
All right ice dork, hop to it.
[Dickie starts hopping out the room while still picking his nose and wiggling his tongue. Margo looks on in disbelief]
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I don't understand why people hate it! I enjoyed it! I thought it was
when the baby did the Disco dance. I laughed! And i though SOME of the
effects were OK. Some were fake but I still enjoyed it. I would rate it a
1/2 out of 5, I thought it was a good family movie also.
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