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- 1+ 14- 2
Neil: "So is it true?"
Neil: "Do you see ghosts like everywhere, all the time?"
Norman: "Uh, yeah"
Neil: "Awesome! Do you think you can see my dog, Bub? He was ran over by an animal rescue van. Tragic and ironic. We buried him in the yard. Could you see him?"
Neil: "Sweet! Come on!"
Mitch: "Neil, is that you?"
Neil: "Hey Mitch, we're gonna go play with the dead dog in the garden and we're not even gonna have to dig him up first!"
Mitch: "What? What'd you say? Neil, isn't he that weird kid, you know 'look at me, talking to ghosts so people will pay attention to me.'"
Neil: "Can you stop doing that? It's kind of stupid."
Mitch: "Now listen to me. You don't need to be hanging out with weird people, OK? That's a tip."
Neil: "Don't blow this for me, Mitch. This one's not weird. He talks to dead people... He's around here somewhere. So, does everyone come back as a ghost?"
Norman: "No, my grandma told me it's usually people who still have stuff to figure out or sometimes it's ones who died suddenly or in a bad way. Bub?"
Neil: "Is he there? How's he look?"
Norman: "Uh, good. He's happy to see you."
Neil: (to a ghost dog) "Who's a good boy, huh? Oh good boy! Can he feel if I pet him?"
Norman: "Yeah, I guess"
Neil: (kisses the dog) "Bubby wubby boo"
Norman: "Uh, that is not his chin."
At the request of buddy Neil, Norman makes contact with Neil's dog who died tragically. Unbeknownst to Neil however, Norman failed to warn Neil that the area he was kissing was his rear.
- 2+ 9- 2
Nothing Wrong With Being Scared
Grandma: "There's nothing wrong with being scared, Norman, as long as you don't let it change who you are."
Faced with a difficult and scary burden on his shoulder of saving the town from the witch's curse, Norman asks his grandmother for advice. Grandma, who is a ghost herself, gives Norman some words of wisdom to help him along the way.
- 3+ 10- 4
Flavors of People
Neil: "Hey Norman, I don't get why zombies can only eat people. Is it some kind of allergy or something?"
Norman: "I think it's more of an allegory, Neil."
Neil: "That's what I said. Like, I'm allegoric to a bunch of stuff. But if all I could eat was people, that would get really annoying!"
Norman: "It's a big world, Neil. I bet there's lots of flavors of people."
Neil: "Huh? I wonder what flavor of people I am."
Oh Neil, your deeps thoughts are entertaining, if nothing else, especially when they ponder the important things in life, such as how boring it would be to only eat people, like zombies.
- 4+ 6- 2
That Zombie Bit
Courtney: "I just knew something like this was going to happen tonight."
Mitch: "You did? Wow, cause that zombie bit really threw me."
Acting as her typical know-it-all self, Norman's sister Courtney boasts of her premonition of something bad happening after the group of kids encounter zombies. Mitch, Neil's dumb jock brother, on the other hand appears completely clueless, as per usual.
- 5+ 5- 2
Meet the Babcocks
Perry: "Can't you be like other kids your age?"
Norman: "I thought you said kids my age were too busy shoplifting and joyriding."
Perry: "He's probably up there fiddling with his Ouija or his orb."
Courtney: "You are such a loser!"
The Babcock family is just another ordinary family with mom Sandra, dad Perry, sister Courtney and Norman. Norman however is far from ordinary and perceived as weird, but really he has special gifts that let him seen and talk to ghosts.
- 6+ 4- 2
Let's Do It Together
Neil: "Norman, wait up!"
Norman: "I like to be alone."
Neil: "So do I!" Let's do it together!"
Just like at home, Norman is quite understood at school and accordingly is quite a loner. He does have one friend though, Neil, who likes to join Norman so they can be alone together, however that works.
- 7+ 4- 2
The Witch's Curse
Norman: "Couldn't you use another stall?"
Mr. Prenderghast: "The witch's curse is real and you're the one who has to stop it. You've gotta use your gift of talking to the dead to stop it! You'll need a little help and a lot of courage. I've been holding back the witch's curse for years, but now I'm dead. It has to be you."
Norman: "But, I don't know what it means."
Mr. Prenderghast: "It means the past is coming back to haunt you. Time is running out! The anniversary of the witch's death is tonight. The ghost is going to wake up tonight and when she does she'll raise the dead. Gotta keep her in her grave!"
Norman: "But, I'm just a kid. How am I supposed to stop it?"
Mr. Prenderghast: "Read from the book at the spot the witch was buried."
Norman: "This is crazy!"
Mr. Prenderghast: "Do I look crazy to you?"
We all run into the town's crazy guy once in a while but unlike Norman, usually those meetings don't occur in the restroom. This meeting however had a special reason, so Mr. Prenderghast could inform Norman that he has a very important task to complete to save the town from the witch's curse.
- 8+ 2- 3
Did Anybody Get Bitten?
Norman: "Is everybody all right? Did anybody get bitten?"
Neil: (sticking his tongue out) "My lip, my tongue, does that count?"
After guiding the town's people to safety, Norman, the young but valiant leader does a quick survey to make sure everyone is OK. Thankfully, the only casualty seems to be Neil's tongue and lip that was bitten, not by a zombie, but by Neil himself.