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Jim Dear: Scamp! Oh, no! What a mess!
Junior: Uh-oh.
Jim Dear: This time, you've gone too far! You've left me no choice. [Scamp nervously backs away and bumps into Tramp, who has an angry look on his face. Scamp has an "Uh-oh!" look on his face, and gives a nervous laugh.] Some dogs just have to learn the hard way. [Scamp whimpers as he's about to be chained to the doghouse.] Maybe chaining you up will teach you a lesson. I'm sorry, Pal, but I just don't know what else to do.
[After Scamp has been chained up outside the girls watching him all muddy as well]
Danielle: [tsking] Serves him right.
Collette: Simply incorrigible.
Annette: He brought this on himself.
Collette: [sighs] Now we'll need another bath!
[they start arguing over who goes first. Scene changes to Scamp, sad to be chained to his doghouse. Tramp looks sad as well]
Lady: [softly] Tramp?
[Lady walks up to Tramp and sits next to him.]
Tramp: [sadly] Best thing Jim Dear could've done for our boy; chaining him up.
Lady: Oh, Tramp. He's never been chained up before. He's just a pup.
Tramp: He has to learn to live by the rules of the house. Firm discipline molds a pup into a dog.
Lady: [laughs once, softly] You turned out pretty good.
Tramp: Yeah, pidge, but I found you. And if it weren't for you I'd've wound up in the pound. I'm just trying to protect him. He'll understand someday.
[Lady and Tramp hear Scamp howling.]
Lady: Maybe he needs to understand today.
[Scamp continues to howl, while Tramp walks out carrying a bowl of dog food. Tramp drops the bowl which caused Scamp's howling to be stopped.]
Tramp: I thought you might be hungry. [Scamp sniffs the food in the bowl, then pushes it back in disgust.] I'm sorry, pal. You just gonna have to shape up, that's all.
Scamp: I always get blamed for everything.
Tramp: Sometimes, it's hard being part of a family. You have to obey certain rules.
Scamp: But I wanna run wild and free; like a real dog! [trips over chain] Oof!
Tramp: Son, the world out there's full of traps. Here, you-you have a family that loves you.
Scamp: [grunts] As long as I do as you say. [sighs heavily, then talks softly] Pop, I just don't feel like I belong here. Didn't you ever feel this way?
Tramp: I was just like you when I was your age. [scratches himself]
Scamp: You were never like me. [scratches himself exactly the way Tramp did] You've been a housedog all your life. How would you know?
Tramp: Oh, you'd be surprised. Scamp, I'm only trying to protect you.
Scamp: [sarcastically] You used me by putting me on a chain?
Tramp: [sternly protesting] Those're the rules, son.
Scamp: [angrily] All I ever hear's rules, rules, rules! "Don't do this!" and "Don't do that!" What good are teeth and-and claws if you can never use them?! [howls]
Tramp: [losing his patience] Stop that howling!
Scamp: I can't help it, Pop! Wild dogs howl at the moon!
Tramp: There'll be no wild dogs in this family!
Scamp: Then maybe I don't wanna be in this family!
Tramp: [fuming] Like it or not, you ARE a part of this family, and until you start acting like it, you can just get used to being out here every night!!! [Tramp leaves and goes inside sadly, Lady watches Scamp jump on the roof of the dog house, she gives a hopeless sigh, and goes inside as well leaving Scamp alone to calm down]
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