Narrator: Huh? Wait a minute! Who the heck are you? George: Me new George. Studio too cheap to pay Brendan Fraser. George Jr: Ha ha ha. Let's go, dad! [runs off] Narrator: How did you get the part? George: New George just lucky, I guess. [George crashes into tree] Narrator: And in case you were worried, the new George takes a tree as well as Brendan Fraser. Narrator: Now that the prince is turning five, George is grooming his son to be the heir to the throne. [George is picking at Junior's hair] Narrator: Uh... George, that's grooming him to be heir, not grooming his hair. Narrator: With Shep down for the count, George felt the need to rally his troops. George: Don't worry! George not know meaning of defeat! George not know meaning of most words. But especially defeat! And George will stand here just as long as George's name is... [George gets conked in the head by two coconuts] George: ...Herb. Ape: I'm happy to see you too. What are you doing here? George: George here to help. Tookie say Ape in trouble. Broke. Busted. No Benjamins. Ape: Broke? It's all a big misunderstanding. I'm perfectly fine. That's why I'm... giving away all my furniture. George: George happy Ape perfectly fine. Only wish George perfectly fine. Ape: What's the matter? George: Ursula think George spend too much time with animals. Animals think George spend too much time with Ursula. George so upset, think about taking off neck crown. Lyle: I haven't been this disappointed since the sixth grade, when my sister stole my Shaun Cassidy lunchbox. George: George confused. Lyle: Shaun Cassidy was a popular TV character in the late 70s, along with Parker Stevenson. I followed both their careers, actually. George: George not confused about Shaun Cassidy, George confused about unhypnotizing. Narrator: Meanwhile, that dastardly duo of damsels, Sally and Kowalski, were searching every nook and cranny. [Women search old woman] Narrator:
That's cranny, not granny!
George: George realize that in order to save tree house, Bukuvu, and entire jungle lifestyle, George now have to hit women. But, in name of sportsmanship, George give woman fighting chance. [Kowalski kicks him in the crotch] George: Note to George. Rethink sportsmanship. Narrator: As George gleefully greeted his performing pals. Ursula wondered if she'd ever come first. Ursula: [to herself] I wonder if I'll ever come first. George: Sorry George late, but George had important royal duty to tend to. Ursula: In other words, you were playing coconut ball. George: And George score winning goal. Maybe sometime Ursula come out and try for cheerleader. Ursula: I tried once, but the gorillas turned me down because I wasn't pretty enough. [George kisses Ursula] George: You look pretty to me. Ursula: Well, maybe you should tell that to the gorillas. George: George promise - tonight, spend whole night with Ursula. Okay? Ursula: Okay. Ape: George, I should've told you earlier, but I have some gambling debts that I have to pay off for a little while. George: How little? Ape: Seventeen years. George: George think maybe that might be too late. George: Can George give Junior vine swinging lesson before we eat? George Jr: Vine swinging's a little dangerous George: [looks at Ursula] Must be from your side of family George Jr: Vine surfing is much cooler. George: What dangerous about swinging? Swinging fun. George show you. Ursula: Honey, maybe that's not such a good idea. George: Why? It easy. Narrator: Meanwhile, back in the jungle, George was taking care of some serious jungle business. Ursula: George, the sink's stuffed again! Narrator: Well, kind of serious. George: Don't worry. George fix. [they go in front of each other, but George moves her to side] George: Ok. [searches sink] George: Ah. [continues searching and finds problem] George: Huh. [pulls snake] George: Hey, come here. [George pulls on snake, but it is stuck in sink. He strains and finally pulls the whole sink out] Ursula: Oh! [looks up at George scoldingly] Ursula: [George smiles sheepishly]