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[At an amusement park, a young Nicholas is struggling to carry a trunk with some old antiques to his master, a magician by the name of "The Great Fetuccini".]
Fetuccini (while building a cardhouse): Hey! Close the door!
(Nicholas tries to, but the weight of the trunk makes him fall back down on the wooden floor. As a result, Fetuccini's house is ruined. Sighing, he stands up firmly and grumpily before his apprentice, who looks up on him.)
Nicholas: I-I didn't mean it—
Fetuccini: Aw...you never mean it, Nicholas! I bought that trunk, and maybe there's some junk in it I can use in my magic act. Now half of it's broken! (while Tenderheart Bear looks in) Oh...what am I going to do with you?! Every time I give you a simple thing to do, it's "boom" this and "crash" that!
Nicholas: I'm sorry, Mr. Fettuccini.
Fetuccini: Enough of your "sorries"! Check that new trunk and see if there's anything left I can use in my magic act. I have a show to put on! (getting back to sitting on desk) Perhaps one day I will teach you how an audience love you. But right now, you're next to hopeless.
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