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Bit: The Bots' Monsters

Episode 212- Godzilla vs. Megalon

Transcribed by Lorrie Matheson


(Tom and Crow are looking at some Poloroids on the desk)

Tom: Oh, wow...

Crow: Gosh, look at that...

Tom: Boy, I never knew that they could&--;oh, oh, cheese it!

Crow: Ditch the pics!

(Joel enters, and the bots act nonchalant.)

Joel: Hey, what are you uh, two high-speed bit blitters up to, anyway?

Tom: Oh, uh, uh, we're just um, uh, finishing our monster drawings. Yeah, that's it.

Joel: Monster drawings? These monster drawings?

Crow: Uh, uh, yeah, yeah, that's right. Uh, the movie inspired us to create our own mega-monsters. And, uh, mine is the grandest of all.

Joel: Oh, sounds pretty neat. Could I check 'em out?

Tom: Oh, well, mine needs a little set-up. Let me explain it, here. Mine is uh, green, and he stands uh, 18 feet tall, and he, yeah, he has flames shooting out of it.

Crow: Oh, neat. Uh, well, mine has flames, too. And it, it's 20 feet tall and has a big claw thingy.

Tom: Well, mine has two claw thingys, and he uses them to eat railroad trains.

Crow: Oh. Um...

Tom: Yeah.

Crow: Well, mine has a secret, that um, there's uh, an elf in his head.

Joel: A elf in his head.

Tom: A what?

Crow: An elf. He's got an elf. And a trillion times the atom bomb power.

Tom: Uh huh.

Crow: Oh, and it's got a hydraulic tail stomper.

Tom: Oh, sure. Well, mine is a million jillion times more powerful that that any day of the week.

Crow: Oh yeah? Well, mine is the number before infinity.

Tom: Oh yeah? Well, my monster is a melt-down of all the Tarrytoon characters. Huh.

Crow: Well, my, my monster is silent as tomorrow. He kills in the night. He has been acquainted with the night.

Joel: Sounds like your monster reads Frost, too.

Crow: Oh, yeah, and he sprays it like icy death from his bloody stumps!

Tom: Oh, right. Well, mine is called Gorblat and he was spawned from the giant mutant hellbeast, and comes to Earth every so often to kill. He must drink the blood of the innocent to live! Ha ha ha!

Joel: Every so often?

Tom: Uh, yeah, you know, whenever he needs to.

Crow: Well, my monster is a 24-hour wide-awake nightmare, and it has all that stuff that I just mentioned plus it has the power to completely kill your monster ten times over.

Tom: Oh yeah? Well, my monster is so completely scary that even THINKING about it could kill you.

Crow: Oh, I bet, can not.

Tom: Can so!

Crow: Not!

Tom: So!

Crow: Not!

Tom: Uh huh, uh huh, uh huh...

Crow: Okay, all right, you win, you win the world, your monster is the best, kills everything, and you're happy and you're standing there all in your shame. Are you happy now?

Tom: Yeah, I am, as a matter of fact.

Joel: Listen, you guys, I don't even wanna hear this. Uh, you can just go, discuss this as long as you want. I gotta get outta here. (exits)

Crow: Oh.

Tom: Okay.

Crow: Whew! That was close.

Tom: I'm glad he's gone&--;I thought he'd never go!

Crow: Yeah. What did you do with those?

Tom: They're right here. Boy, you really come up with some stupid things sometimes. "Icy death from bloody stumps"? How dumb!

Crow: Hey, I thought that was pretty good.

Tom: No, I don't think so.

Crow: Yes, I'm sorry, it was good.

Tom: No, no, it wasn't good.

Crow: Yeah...

Tom: Uh uh, uh uh...

Crow: YES!

Tom: No, no, no, no, no, no, no...

Crow: Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes....