|— This is a transcribed copy of "You Get Me". —|
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K.O.: I was born ready, Enid. One patented K.O. kicky ball, coming up!
[Enid does tricks with K.O, who is in the shape of a ball]
[The title card appears]
K.O.: Perfect form.
Enid: You ready for the big finish? I've been practicing my signature hands-free hotdog.
K.O.: Hands-free hotdog! Hands-free hotdog!
Punching Judy: Ahem.
Enid: Hold on, duty calls. Did you find everything you needed, great, that'll be eight ninety nine, thanks for shopping at Gar's, bye. Okay! Now, as I was saying...
Enid: Two ninety-nine, good job shopping, have a nice life, bye. Ohhh-kay, now, let's drop this dog quick before someone else barges in, huh?
Enid: [grunts and begins the hands-free hotdog trick]
Wally the White: Good evening young madam. Such lovely weather we're having hm? Y'know, when I was a lad, on nights like this, my father would take me out to harvest mandrakes under the full moon. [chuckles] Once, the pig season, Holoak laid upon us a naughty caprise. (?)
Enid: Huah-yah! [kicks K.O. onto the hotdog machine, which send the hotdogs towards a bun she has in her hand]
Wally: Excuse me, madam, I'm speaking to you, and-
'K.O.: [bounces on ketchup and mustard bottles] [giggles] Whoops... [send relish flyign towards Enid, who catches all of the condiments, which form the words 'Enid ♡ Rules]
Enid: Heh. Not bad.
K.O.: Not bad? That hotdog is the most impressive thing my body has ever made! This has to be some kind of record!
Wally: Yes, the new in-store record for ignoring the customer!
Enid: Actually, my record for ignoring randoes for you is way higher than that. Better luck next time?
Wally: Harumph. Y'know young lady, back in my day, the store employees knew that the customer was always right, and treated them with respect.
Enid: Well, sir, you have my attention now. What do you want?
Wally: Well, I want to speak to a manager.
Enid: Fine. I'll grab him. [Picks up K.O. and puts him on the counter] Here he is.
Wally: That is not the manager. Why, he's but a child.
Enid: Uh, ohhhh, you're right! See, he manages to survive when someone isn't paying attention to him for five seconds, so I got confused. My bad.
Wally: [shakes and causes a thunderstorm behind him] Mark my words, you impudent brat! You will rue the day you ignored the petulant demands of Wally the White!
Wally: Ub-ug, don't you see? Uh- That's meee! Ahhh! [shoots magic at the floor and disappears]
K.O.: Hmm. Do you think we went too hard on that guy?
Enid: Psh, that old windbag? Don't feel bad for him, K.O. He wasn't going to buy anything, he just wanted someone to talk at.
K.O.: But now he thinks you're mean. You aren't mean!
Enid: Well, I'm glad you think so, K.O, but I don't really care if people think I'm mean.
K.O.: But, doesn't it bug you that they've got you all wrong?
Enid: Nah. I really don't expect people to get me.
K.O.: Oh. I get you though, right?
Enid: Uh, I don't know.
K.O.: [Makes sad eyes]
Enid: Oh, uh, don't worry about it, brush-head. Now, go mop up that wizard-crud before we close.
K.O.: [thinking] Enid thinks I don't get her, but I know I can. And I'll prove it to her. She's gonna get got like nobody's even been got before! [out loud] Yeah!
Enid: Huh? Oh, thanks K.O. Good egg, that one. Now to get back to doing what I do best around here. [lays on counter]
K.O.: [thinking] Today's the day! [out loud] Alright, Enid, I'm ready to get you! Enid? [taps on Enid, who is still on counter and made of stone] Enid. Had. Been...
Mr. Gar: Turned to stone, eh? That's quite an accusation, K.O.
Radicles: Yeah, dude, she's like, so normal.
Mr. Gar: Sunglasses, feet on the counter, refusing to make eye contact, or talk to anyone... You're in top form, Enid!
Rad: Hey, Enid, K.O. here think you've been turned to stone. You know what I said when he told me that? [silence] Exactly! I was speechless. K.O., you crazy.
K.O.: [thinking] They didn't realize Enid's been turned to stone! Why? [gasp] Could it be that I'm the only one that gets her after all? Alright, this is my change to prove that I can be an Enid-getter, and a go-getter! Time to get help, and turn her back to normal.
K.O.: Thanks again for coming, Dendy. I just knew that I could count on you to have some super-smart way to get to the bottom of this!
Dendy: It is my pleasure, K.O. I will metaphorically leave no stone unturned.
K.O.: [laughs] And literally, too, right?
Dendy: What? Ooo, oooh, the results are printing. Hmm... Mmm-hmm... Mmm-hm. Well, K.O, it would appear as if your friend has been turned into steatite.
Dendy: It is also known as soapstone. It is commonly used by novice sculptors to practice carving techniques because of its relative softness.
K.O.: I know that! I mean, I didn't know what kind of a rock, and that is super interesting, but what I was rally hoping for was to turn her back from rock to person.
Dendy: Ohhhh... I don't really do... That.
K.O.: Noooo! I can't help her. And no one else thinks they need to help her. How is she ever going to come back?
Dendy: I don't know anything about Enid's predicament. Or giving emotional counsel. I am sorry K.O. See you at school tomorrow!
K.O.: [sighs] You were right... Nobody get you, not even me. And now you're stuck like this... I'll never even get to play kicky-ball with you again, or learn rude new words from you again, or copy your taste in music ever again! [starts crying over Enid] I- f-failed you-ouuu...
Enid: [turns back into a person] Woa! Dude! That is not cool.
K.O.: Enid! [laughs with relief] Di- Did I do it? Did I bring you back by getting you?
Wally the White: [enters store] Wrong, child. That spell only lasts twenty-four hours. She would have come out of it no matter who blew their nose on her.
K.O.: You! I should have known it was you.
Wally: I'm here to pick up an item on lay-away. It's a statue of a snotty teenager, and should be under 'Wally'. Wally the White! [turns Enid into stone again]
K.O.; Aw, nuts.
Wally: Now, if you'll excuse me, I'll be taking my new lawn ornament home to cast a more permanent spell on her. [picks Enid up with a blue beam]
K.O.: No! That's super weird!
Wally: Pleasure doing business with you! [Starts flying out the store] Tootles!
K.O.: [panting] Sonic lightspeed dash!
Wally: Neahahaho! Ooo, [K.O. shouting in the background] Ow, mildly annoying. Floatus- poatus! Neahaho!
K.O.: [starts floating] Oh! I'm coming, Enid. [starts floating after Wally]
Radicles: So you don't know where Enid and K.O. went at all?
Dendy: No, I do not think Enid in particular would be going anywhere, seeing as she is a stature now.
Rad: What? Huh, listen Dendy, K.O.'s-
K.O.: Get back here!
Rad: Is that-
Mr. Gar: I see. Playing hooky to go galavanting with a wizard, eh? Reminds me of my schoolboy days.
Rad: I don't get any of y'all.
Wally: You found a way around my levitation spell, eh? Metus phemus!
K.O.: [Dodges Wally's blasts]
Wally: Argh! Endicus cannonus!
K.O.: [Dodges beam of magic]
Wally: Ar rragh! Higgledy Piggledy!
K.O.: [Pigs ricochet off him]
Wallyb: That kid's too good... I need some place to hide, some place I'll be protected.
Carol: Huah! Huah, huah huah!
Wally: Please, help! Somebody help me! Some rascal young person has been chasing me all throughout the plaza! Please, amdam, use some of your kung-fu skills and whatnot and put him in his place.
Carol: Uhm, alright sir, who we talking about, again? And why do you have a statue of my son's coworker?
Wally: Uhm, well, uh, that is, the, uh-
K.O.: There you are!
Wally: Yagh! There he is! That's the child. Now, go accost him! Hm?
K.O.: [whispers indistinctly to Carol]
Carol: No, he did what? Don't worry sir, I've got this situation under control. Huah! [thros a K.O. kicky ball at Wally]
K.O.: Okay, time to fess up. Why are you doing this to Enid?
Wally: Because, that brat was mean to me earlier! So I thought I'd teach her a lesson by turning her into stone. Hahaha!
K.O.: Enid's not a brat. You thought she was acting like that because you're a creepy old wizard. But she's like that to everyone. Get it? You're the one who decided to mess with her.
Wally: I thought your friend was annoying, but you're even worse! Looks like I'll be getting two lawn ornaments for the price of one!
Enid: [breaks out of stone] Leave him out of this, you creep. What is your deal?
Wally: You were rude to me earlier.
Enid: Uh, are you serious? Every time you have a problem with someone, you turn them into stone?
Wally: Yes! And I've got a problem with you.
Enid: [shoots a blast of fire next to Wally's head]
Wally: Ah! No!
Enid: Hah. I thought you were just a jerk, but you're a coward, too.
Enid: And not only are you a bore,
Enid: You're a sad, sad wizard.
Enid: So stay outta my store!
Wally: Pah. Pah. Pah! I've had enough of this juvenile nonsense. I shall go tend to my own.
Enid: And don't come back.
Wally: [grunts as he struggles to climb over the wall]
Enid: Jerk. Huh.
K.O.: Enid. Now he just thinks you're a mean teen again.
Enid: Aw, it's whatever, man. It's like I said yesterday, some people are just never gonna get me. And even if they do, not everyone's gonna get me like you.
K.O.: I- I- I get you? I- I get Enid! I knew it!
Enid: Yeah, yeah, don't rub it in.
K.O.: I get Enid!
[The episode ends]