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[the Chatter Telephone rings; Woody picks up his receiver]
Woody: Hello?
Chatter Telephone: You shouldn't have come back, cowboy. They've cracked down hard since you left – more guards, more patrols... You and your friends ain't ever gettin' out of here now.
Woody: I made it out once.
Telephone: You got lucky once. Want my advice? Keep your heads down. You'll survive.
Woody: Yeah, for how long?
Telephone: I've been here years; they'll never break me. There's only one way toys leave this place. [Both see the janitor dropping a broken toy train down the trash chute] Poor fella. Trash truck comes at dawn, then it's off to the dump.
Woody: Look, I appreciate your concern, old-timer, but we have a kid waiting for us. Now we're leaving. If you'd help us, one toy to another, I'd sure be grateful.
Telephone: [sighs] Well... if you're gonna get out, first things you're gonna get through is the doors. Locked every night, inside and out, keys are left on a hook in the office.
Woody: Got it. What else?
Telephone: Lotso has trucks patrolling all night long. Hallway, lobby, playground...
Woody: Yeah, yeah, yeah, but what about the wall?
Telephone: Eight feet high, cinder block – no way through it. You go over, or under.
Woody: That's it? It doesn't seem so bad.
Telephone: It's not. Your real problem's the Monkey. The Monkey's the eye in the sky. He sees everything... classrooms, hallways, even the playground. You can unlock doors, sneak past guards, climb the wall – but if you don't take out that Monkey, you ain't goin' nowhere. You wanna get outta here? GET RID OF THAT MONKEY!
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