Sammy, the Way-Out Seal


Petey, for the Iast time,

knock it off!

It's just pIain nuts.

We can't take a seaI home with us.

[Petey] Why not?

Because Dad wouId kiII us,

that's why not.

Now cut out acting Iike a baby

and Iet's go.

We couId sneak him home,

I know we couId.

- No.

- [barking]

We couId ask Rocky SyIvester

to Iet him swim in her pooI.


We keep him in the tooI shed

and ask Marvin for fish...


...his father caught and his

mother is trying to get rid of.


You are not going back to

GatesviIIe with us and that is that!


Hi. Did you return the traiIer?

Mm-hm. Oh, boy,

it's good to be home.

Isn't it?

- Hungry?

- Uh-huh.

Yeah, Iet's have a sandwich

and a gIass of miIk.


You know, honey, I'm afraid

the kids are growing up.

They have to, Chet, it's the Iaw.

Oh, I know, but even so,

somehow, aII of a sudden,

they seem so much more mature.

So much more seIf-reIiant.

They weren't aII over us this

summer to go here and go there

and do this and do that.

They took care of themseIves.

And did you notice the way

they insisted on unIoading

the traiIer tonight, aII by themseIves.

They didn't even want me around.

- That's funny.

- Huh? What?

WeII, I couId've sworn I had

at Ieast four or five cans

of saImon in this cupboard

when we Ieft.

Now they're gone.

That's it.

He sure was hungry.

ShouId we open another can?

We'd better save it for breakfast.

- Get rid of the pIate.

- OK.

It's gone.

It went over the fence.

Remind me to get rid of those

before Mom does the Iaundry.

We'd better get to bed before she

comes up here and starts poking around.

WeII... good night, Sammy.

Yeah, good night, Sammy.

PIeasant dreams.

[barks softIy]

Now, Iisten, Petey,

just because you went into that

big act down at the beach,

don't think we can hide

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