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(Flaps and Dizzy have just saved Mowgli) He's safe now. You can let go, Baloo.
Are you kidding? There's teeth in the other end!
(singing) Trust in me... (Shere Khan bats him away with his free paw)
I can't be bothered with that, I have no time for that nonesense.
Ssssssssome other time, perhaps?
(Scratches Kaa's nostril with his claw) Perhaps. But at the moment I'm searching for a man-cub.
Man-cub? What man-cub?
The one who is lost. Now where do you suppose we could be?
Search me? (Kaa covers his mouth to stifle his gasp)
That's an excellent idea. I'm sure you wouldn't mind showing me your coils, would you, Kaa?
Ccccccertainly not. (Shows his tail)
Nothing here, and nothing in here. (Points into his mouth)
(Mowgli snores up in the treetop and Shere Khan's ears pr*** up at the sound; Kaa snores noisly)
It'ssssssss my ssssinuses.
Hm. (looks up at the treetop)
Indeed. And now, how about the middle?
The middle? Oh, the middle. (Kaa unfurls part of his midsection, twirling Mowgli around in his sleep, and brings it down for Shere Khan to inspect, which he does)
(laughs) I-I-I assure you there's nothing in the middle.
Hmm, barely. Well, if you do so happen to see the man-cub, you will inform me first. (Scratches Kaa's chin)
(gulps) I get the point. Cross my heart, hope to die.
In good show. And now I must continue my search for the helpless little lad. (Shere Khan wanders off, Kaa frowns)
Oh, who does he think he's fooling. The helpless little lass... woooo he gives me the shhhhhhivers. (Kaa's shivering wakes up Mowgli)
Picking on that poor, little, helpless boy. Oh yes... poor, little, helpless boy. (Mowgli pushes the rest of Kaa's coils off the branch he is on and sends him falling to the ground)
(to Mowgli) Now, for the last time, go to sleep!
Hello. What are you doing?
Can I do it, too?
Sure, just do what I do. But don't talk in ranks. It's against regulations.
Ha-ha, so you're the mancub? Crazy.
I'm not as crazy as you are, put me down.
Bagheera, where are we going?
You're going back to the man-village right now.
I'm not going.
Oh, yes, you are.
(grabbing a hold of a small tree by a river) I'm staying right here.
You're going if I have to drag you every step of the way. (He grabs a hold of Mowgli's loincloth around his middle in his teeth and tries to tug him off to get him to let go of the tree)
(through his teeth) Let go, you!
*You* let go of *me*! (as Bagheera pulls harder, he accidentally lets go and falls into the river. As he climbs out of the river, he hits head against a fallen log)
(furious) Oh, that does it! I've had it, man-cub! From now on, you're on your own... ALONE!
Don't worry about me.
What beastly luck! Confound that ridiculous Colonel Hathi!
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