Pooh's Adventures of Belle's Magical World Argument Scene
BEAST: Enough! The window, open the window!
COGSWORTH: Opening the window.
BELLE: Are you still warm?
BELLE: Others are getting cold.
BEAST: Well. Perhaps they should leave the room.
BELLE: That's not very congenial.
WEBSTER: Congenial. cordial. Pleasant. Agreeable. And for a definitive definition...
BEAST: I don't have to be con-con. Well. It's my castle. And I make the rules.
BELLE: Just because it's your castle doesn't mean you should be rude.
WEBSTER: Rude. offensive. Primitive. Abrupt.
BEAST: I know what it means.
BELLE: Webster! Oh. Ro! Oh. You poor thing.
WEBSTER: Uh. Dazed. Disoriented. Uhh.
BELLE: That was an awful thing to do. You're acting rude and foolish.
RABBIT: Beast, you are a selfish jerk. And guess what? Webster's our friend now. He's talented at vocabulary, and he's everything we deserve in the castle. We're happy now, Beast, without you. It's over.
EEYORE: You are without respect, and now you demand it? I thought you were made of sterner stuff.
PIGLET: We will not serve a false master.
POOH: (to Piglet): Come on. Belle hates it when she is treated like a child.
TIGGER: T-T-F-E. Ta Ta Forever.