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I’m Emily Elizabeth, and I have a dog.

by on Monday, February 13, 2012 11:40 pm

Dave: You can keep all your black, white, brown, and spotted dogs. I’ll keep Clifford. Wouldn’t you?

Jefferson: More.

Paula: Don’t you wish we could live for a thousand years, have as many kids as we want, and then grandkids, and just enjoy life? You know? Because it’ll never be like this again.

Jefferson: More!

Dave: Sure. I’m Emily Elizabeth, and I have a dog. My dog is a bed red dog.

<15 minutes pass>

Dave: You can keep all your black, white, brown, and spotted dogs. I’ll keep Clifford. Wouldn’t you?

Jefferson: More.

Paula: How many Clifford books are there?

Dave: I don’t know. The back of this book lists one, two, three —

Paula: No, I mean how many do you have there on the couch right now?

Dave: Here? One.

Jefferson: More.

Paula: So you just read the same book over and over and over again?

Dave: Yes, that’s how we read. I’m Emily Elizabeth, and I have a dog. My dog is a bed red dog.

<15 minutes pass>

Dave: You can keep all your black, white, brown, and spotted dogs. I’ll keep Clifford. Wouldn’t you?

Paula: Doesn’t this drive you batty?

Jefferson: More.

Dave: Sometimes. I’m Emily Elizabeth, and I have a dog.

<15 minutes pass>

Dave: You can keep all your black, white, brown, and spotted dogs. I’ll keep Clifford. Wouldn’t you?

Jefferson: No. Dis.

Dave: Okay. On the day before Christmas, the Dalmatian Plantation was a busy place.

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