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Atlantis: Milo's Return part 4 the people of Atlantis

Pictures and full quotes MILO: Oh, yeah, you won't find the Kraken in any biology bookyou won't find the Kraken in any biology book. KIDA: The curse is lifted, the fish are back, and the mildew has been scrubbed away. VINNY: So if something stinks now... MOLE: What? Why you do this with your hand? It is the fish. KIDA: For 8,000 years, I have lived with the same facesI have lived with the same faces. It is strange to meet new people. And each new person has new thoughts, new ideas. Your world has much to offer. I hope one day my people, the people of Atlantis can offer as muchthe people of Atlantis can offer as much. MILO: There's no reason they can't. Your people can make a difference to the world, like we did here. Now that there's no Kraken, it's left to people like Inger Allyson to raise their little ones in peace. INGER: We can never thank them enough. Now you can grow big and strongyou can grow big and strong and someday be the most important person in town. Now give Mama a big hug. AUDREY: Please tell me that's not the same stuff you fed us on the way to Atlantis. COOKIE: Bet your sweet eyes it is. Now I told you it would keep and keep and keep. And now it's yours to eat and eat and eat. PACKARD: That's right, Margie. They showed me all around the city. Yeah. It broke their hearts, but I need my space. Kemot was too clingy. MILO: Careful, Mole. Obidalbedsugs aren't used to such a variety in their diet. MOLE: It's only a few assorted silicates I've been meaning to get rid of. It's good for the gums. MILO: Hey, where's Kida? It's even more beautiful when the snow meltsIt's even more beautiful when the snow melts. KIDA: This time there was no Leviathan. But how do we know there are not other Atlantean weapons out there? MILO: Uh, not looking at the scenery, huh? KIDA: Maybe the crystal's too powerful. Maybe it should remain buried. MILO: But your people, they've regained so much. Could you put them in darkness again? VINNY: What are the chances of another gas leak in a Chinese laundry? So, that's my last flower shop. But I'm thinking about buying a laundry. WHITMORE: So, I guess now that we know there's no Leviathan on the loose... PACKARD: Excuse me. WHITMORE: ... you two will be heading back home to Atlantis. PACKARD: Excuse me. VINNY: It's a laundry-slash-fireworks... WHITMORE: But don't be in such a rush. Take some time to see the world. Plane fare is on me. MILO: That's very generous, Mr. Whitmore. PACKARD: May I have your attention, please? That's better. It's Dr. Sweet. There's trouble in the Southwest. SWEET: Sam's a long-time field agent of Mr. Whitmore's. He's best at digging up hard-to-find objects. Only this time, I think something found him. MILO: And you say he mentioned killer coyotes in a sandstorm? SWEET: Mmm, no, not exactly. More like a sandstorm made up of killer coyotes who were made up of sand. KIDA: And this is unusual in your world? SWEET: Oh, yes. More than a little bit. KIDA: But I do not understand why you wanted me here. SWEET: Because of this. KIDA: Milo, it is AtlanteanMilo, it is Atlantean. MILO: Where did you find this? SWEET: You'll have to ask Sam. KIDA: I can't tell if he's breathing. MOLE: Perhaps he is dead. SWEET: Oh, he's just sleeping. After what he's been through, I'm sure he can use the rest. SAM MCKEANE: Hey. Get away, you furry carcass rats! MILO: It's all right, Mr. McKeane. You're safe now. Mr. Whitmore sent us. SAM MCKEANE: Oh, good old Preston. Best man I ever scavenged for. Say, young fella, could you fluff up my pillow? Ah! Now how about a sip of water? My gullet's awful dry. AUDREY: What's wrong? SAM MCKEANE: Got a little sleepy in the foot. Would you mind givin' it a rub? AUDREY: Ew! MILO: And you say coyotes did this to youyou say coyotes did this to you? SAM MCKEANE: No. 'Twernt no ordinary coyotes. These was cantankerous sand coyotes. 'Twernt a lick of wind all day, but I sure heard it howlin' up on the mesas that night. I thought I was loco when I saw them dust devils materializing in moonlight. Their red eyes like to burn a hole right through my soul. Came screamin' off that ridge like a pack of ghosts. I ran back to my shack and bolted the door. I figured I'd be safe if I stayed inside. I was wrong. Scratched me up like a two-sizes too small wool sweater on a hot afternoon. Luckily, I had plenty of bacon grease to rub all over my hide to ease the chafin'. NURSE: Dinnertime. Mr. McKeane, what have we told you about the bacon grease? SAM MCKEANE: Works better than any of your darn fool fix 'em-ups. I stood a better chance with them coyotes. KIDA: Is he going to be all right? NURSE: Oh, yes. We're moving him to the hospital in Scottsdale where he'll be their problem. MILO: So where did you find thisSo where did you find this? SAM MCKEANE: In a pot. KIDA: What pot? SAM MCKEANE: In the crate. SWEET: What crate? SAM MCKEANE: In my shack. ALL: What shack? SWEET: I'm not surprised this is where he lives. You saw the man eat, right? Lives like he eats. Sloppy. AUDREY: Maid's day off, huh? MOLE: Quartz, silicate, mixed with local clay. Slightly nutty to the taste. Nothing unusual. AUDREY: Sand isn't the only thing here that's nutty. KIDA: Everything seems to have been rubbed smooth. Even the windows are etched. From the sand? SWEET: McKeane said they were sand coyotes. I see lots of sand, no coyotes. No paw prints either. MILO: Looks like the crate's... SAM MCKEANE: Missin'? Dang blame it! I know just what varmint done took it too. It'd be that shifty-eyed, back-stabbin' rattlesnake Ashton Carnaby. He runs a tradin' post outside of town. You best be careful. He's slicker than a sweaty toad in a rainstorm. MILO: Let's look around a little first. We don't know for certain that this Carnaby guy took Sam's crate. No, Obby! Stay! Stay! SWEET: He's a Brazilian iguana. Eats just about anything. Trust me. NOTE: To watch the pictures in high resolution, click on them

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Atlantis: Milo's Return part 1
Atlantis: Milo's Return part 1
  2 could still be an Atlantean
2 could still be an Atlantean
  3 Kraken and this town
3 Kraken and this town
  4 the people of Atlantis
4 the people of Atlantis
 
5 there in the desert
5 there in the desert
  6 must remain a secret
6 must remain a secret
  7 the end of the world
7 the end of the world
  8 the power of the crystal
8 the power of the crystal