Twitchell's invented Summer Wheeze: a spray-can that instantly removes snow and slush. And Beansborough's getting snow-free. And Holly has t...更多>
Miss Carbunkle: Snow belongs in its proper places: mountain tops, poetry and songs by Bing Crosby! Holly: Don't
leave, Frosty. Frosty: Don't worry, kid, I'll be back. Just give me some time to find a new bowtie. This time no Polka dots, maybe green or blue. I like blue. Brings out my eyes. Lil: It's the greatest invention since microwave pancakes! Kid: My dad says snow causes heart attacks. Charles: He must have snow confused with chili dogs. Any other questions? Frosty: What do you say we find a safer place to talk, like Syberia? Holly: This is my friend Charles. Frosty: Nice to meet you. I take it he doesn't dance... Doesn't blink much either. Miss Carbunkle: It's no winter wonderland when you're skidding into a telephone pole! Lil: Holly, you ran off and left your friend Charles locked in a box. Now how are you going to feel when poor Charles grows up and has to join a support group? Holly: What are you looking for? Charles: Batteries. Frosty: Face it, kid, there are some things that can't be explained like rhythym. Mr. Twitchell: Stop the car! Stop the car... And stop the music! Miss Carbunkle: Quiet down, now, quiet down! Where do you think you are, MTV? Mr. Twitchell: Removing snow's a breeze with one blast of Summer Wheeze. I want those words printed on billboards, buses, large dogs! Holly: Don't get upset, Frosty. Frosty: Upset? Upset is waking up and realizing somebody forgot to give you a bellybutton. Upset is realizing somebody took your nose to play foosball. This ain't upset, kid. This is panic! I'm two squirts from being history! Narrator: I've been going to the winter carnival since I was knee-high to a snow cone. Frosty: You better think fast, guys, or else I'm going back to the North Pole in a bowl. Frosty: One friend is a lot different than no friends. One friend is plenty. Narrator: Beansborough was becoming a dangerous place for a happy-go-lucky guy like Frosty, who thought not wearing socks in January was living dangerously.