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I've Got a Job For YouButch: I've got a job for you. Keep on the dodge and saddle up the law dolly past them horned hens.
Butch explains to Arlo that Arlo is needed for a job. What exactly that job is, however, is not immediately clear.
- 2+ 11- 2
Sometimes You Gotta Get Through Your FearPoppa Henry: Okay, now take a walk out there.
Arlo: By myself?
Poppa Henry: Go on.
Arlo: Poppa! Poppa!
Poppa Henry: Calm down. Breathe... Sometimes you gotta get through your fear to see the beauty on the other side.
Always offering good life lessons was one great quality about Arlo's father, Poppa Henry. On the urging of his father, Arlo does his best to overcome his fears and finds a benefit of that, just as Poppa Henry advertised.
- 3+ 6- 1
If You Ain't Scared...Arlo: I'm done being scared.
Butch: If you ain't scared, you ain't alive.
Feeling that he has finally conquered his fears, Arlo proclaims himself as done being scared. Butch, however, urges him to reconsider this decision.
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Where Am I?Poppa Henry: I think we went far enough today. Let's get you home... Run, Arlo!
Arlo: Poppa! Ahhh!
Arlo: Where am I?
Arlo and his father, Poppa Henry, are enjoying time together when Poppa Henry urges them to go back home. Unfortunately, the choice was made a bit too late as Arlo is swept away a river and lost all alone.
- 5+ 2- 0
I Name Him, I Keep HimForrest Woodbush: That creature protected you. What is his name?
Arlo: I don't know.
Forrest Woodbush: I name him, I keep him: Killer.
Forrest Woodbush: Violet!
Forrest Woodbush: Lunatic!
Arlo: Spot! Spot! Come here, Spot, come here!
Ramsey: Oh, aren't you just the cutest thing?
When Arlo meets Forrest Woodbush, an animal collector, Arlo must battle to gain the attention of the small human he brought with him. Forrest Woodbush wants to claim the human boy as his own but thankfully for Arlo, the boy responds to one specific name.
- 6+ 2- 1
How'd You Get Your Scar?Arlo: How'd you get your scar?
Butch: I don't know if you're ready for that story.
Arlo: I can take it!
Nash: Oh, yeah, you gotta tell him, pop.
Ramsey: That's a good one!
Butch: It was 100 degrees in the shade and I walked for five days with no water. Then I saw it, the pretty pond. I bent down to take a drink when these crocs launched out of the water. One croc bit me on the face. Ain't no way I wasn't their supper, except for one thing. I wasn't ready for dying that day. I bit one croc in half, tail-whipped the other, and the last one, well, I drowned that croc in my own blood.
Ramsey and Nash: Dang!
Nash: Look, look, it gives me little gooses every time!
Ramsey: I love that story!
As Butch explains the blood and tears involved in getting his scar, one has to wonder why such a violent story is included in an animated children's movie. Then again if you're in the business of believing that dinosaurs are alive and can talk, so everything else in the movie must be true, perhaps that's the better question.
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I Need to Get HomeArlo: I need to get home.
Lost and alone in an unknown world, Arlo wants nothing more than to just go home. For a young dinosaur, or any other species for that matter, being lost, especially away from home, is the worst feeling ever.
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You Wouldn't UnderstandArlo: I miss my family.
Arlo: You don't understand.
Arlo tries to explain to new friend, Spot, that he misses home. Considering Spot doesn't seem to have a home, or speak English, this conversation doesn't go very far.