Doctor Dolittle

Perfect. Lucky, yes. "Hi, I'm Lucky."
Hey, it works on two levels. I love it.
- That's my daughter. Be nice.
- Oh, you got me a dog. Oh, he's adorable.

Oh, you're such a cute dog.
- What's his name?
- Lucky.

- Does he do any tricks?
- He does a neat trick with a thermometer.

- Hey, baby.
- Hey, baby.

- You got her a dog.
- Yeah, well, I got us a dog.

Are you OK?
Come on, let's get you all set up here.
- Come on, Maya.
- Look at this nice rabbit on your door.

This is nice.
- Yeah!
- What a fun cabin.

You smell the air here?
What a wonderful place.
What a wonderful camp.

Daddy, can I go home with you and Lucky?
Hey, Maya. Look, here's the deal.
You stay here for a while,
have a great time, then Lucky's all yours.

Three weeks is a long time.
Can't I go home with...

No. No camp, no dog.
- OK, I'll stay.
- You're gonna have a great time.

When you get older you're gonna thank me,
because you'll have so many friends. You'll see.

You'll see.
- What's the matter with you?
- Everything's going by so fast.

Don't you dare throw up in this car.
What are you looking at?

The lines on the road.
They're just whipping by.

Lines. Line, line, line, line, line, line.
Don't focus on something so close.
Don't look at the lines.

Tree, tree, tree, tree, tree, tree.
Tree, tree, tree.
Sir, could you just...