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Cutter: Missed me, Summer.

Summer: You're mine, Winger.

Winger: Look out.

Burple: What? Refreshing. I guess I'm it, huh?

Leyla: Come on, Rescue Riders. It's time.

Summer: So, Dak, what sort of training do you have planned for us today?

Winger: I'm hoping it's a race.

Burple: No, rock eating. Please say rock eating. Just once, rock eating.

Dak: Fast blast drills.

Burple: Oh, man.

Leyla: Maybe next time, Burple.

Dak: All right, gang. Everyone turn around. When I call your name, spin back around and hit the red target as fast as you can. Got it?

Cutter: You kidding? This is gonna be a piece of cake.

Dak: Great. Than you can go first. Cutter.

Cutter: Uh, blue is the new red?

Dak: Nope. Blue is just blue. As in, you blew it. Burple.

Burple: Red, only the red, only the red. It's too much pressure. Did I hit it?

Summer: That depends on what you mean by "it." Do you mean the ground?

Burple: No.

Summer: The blue targets?

Burple: No.

Summer: The red target?

Burple: Yes.

Summer: That you missed.

Leyla; Summer.

Dak: Next up is Leyla and Summer.

Leyla: Ok, Sum. There area a lot of variables to take into account. The red target's all the way at the other end of the yard.

Summer: Which means I'll need to hit it with everything I've got. Not to mention, the ground under seems a little uneven, so...

Dak: Uh, guys, it's called a fast blast drill.

Leyla: I know. And this is called making a plan. Look like you'll have to arc

Summer: About 45 degrees.

Leyla: Adjusting of course for the...

Summer: Slight northeasterly wind.

Leyla: Or maybe we should...

Dak: Time.

Leyla: Time? You didn't say there was a time limit.

Dak: Hey, I don't make the rules. Ok, maybe I did make the rules on this one. But the whole point of the drill is for you to make a quick decision, Leyla.

Leyla: There's no reason to make quick decisions if you can't also be accurate. And if it's so easy, you try it.

Dak: Thought you'd never ask. Go on, sis, feel free to make it a challenge.

Leyla: No way he's hitting this. Ready, set, go.

Burple and Cutter: Whoa.

Dak and Winger: Huh?

Leyla: But how did you...?

Dak: And that's a little something I like to call trusting your gut. How did we do that?

Winger: No idea.

Dak: That's lunch, everybody. Let's see if Elbone caught any new fish today.

Summer: It's Elbone. Where is he off to with all that stuff?

Elbone: Huh?

Dak: Oh. Sorry, Elbone. We didn't mean to scare you. Are you okay?

Elbone: Huh? Oh, I wasn't scared. That was my greeting shriek. Hello.

Leyla: Where you headed, Elbone?

Elbone: I'm about to embark on a dangerous adventure.

Cutter: I think the danger part has already started.

Dak: What's all this stuff for? It doesn't look like fishing gear.

Elbone: Because I'm not going fishing. And if my plan works, I'll never have to fish again. Brace yourselves, Rescue Riders, for I'm off to do the impossible and map the famous Maze Caves under Mount Huttsgalor.

Leyla: Map the Maze Caves?

Elbone: That's right. I've heard tales told of a shortcut through the mountain. A map would save people hours on a trip to the north side.

Dak: What an awesome idea, Elbone. I'll bet people will love having that map.

Elbone: I hope they love it enough to cough up some gold for it.

Leyla: Are you sure you don't wanna stick to fishing? The Maze Caves could be dangerous. And you are the town's best fisherman.

Elbone: I know, but I don't like fish. They're stinky and scaly and stinky.

Leyla: You said stinky twice.

Elbone: Yeah, because that's how bad they smell. They're slippery, squirmy and slimy.

Burple: Yum. Anyone else getting hungry?

Elbone: I've always been searching for something else to do instead. Abd with this idea, I have a feeling I'm gonna be mapping my way to a whole new life.

Leyla: Have you ever mapped anything before?

Elbone: No I have not. But I'm filled with blind confidence and that's never a bad thing. Wish me luck, Rescue Riders.

Dak: We'll do you one better, Elbone. Cutter, light him up.

Elbone: Oh right, light the lanterns before entering the dark caves. Excellent idea. Going through the dark caves, nothing can go wrong

Leyla: Dak, he'll be okay down there, right?

Dak: Sure. Probably. Maybe? Boy, I hope so.

Dak: Come on, Burps. We're going to town for supplies.

Burple: Breakfast supplies or non-breakfast supplies?

Winger:Come with us and find out.

Duggard: Well, keep an eye out. Eh? Oh! Dak. I was just about to come looking for you.

Dak: Something wrong, chief Duggard?

Duggard: I do hope not. It just that you haven't seen Elbone, have you?

Dak: Not since yesterday when he headed into the Maze Caves.

Duggard: He could still be down there in that dark, unexplored labyrinth under our feet, filled with miles and miles of twisting tunnels, dangerous dead ends, and who knows how many untold perils. But, I'm sure there's nothing to worry about.

Winger: If he's been gone since yesterday, maybe he did get lost down there.

Dak: He won't be lost for long. Don't worry chief, We'll have Elbone back before you can say, "Maze Cave Rescue Mission."

Duggard: Maze Cave Rescue Mission. Oops. Sorry, I didn't mean to say that so fast. Good luck, Rescue Riders.

Dak: The cave entrance is just up ahead. Come on, let's wing it. Huh. I feel like we're winging it a lot slower than usual.

Winger: Dak, shouldn't we go back and get the others to help?

Dak: Get the others? We don't have time for that, Wing. Elbone could be in serious trouble now.

Winger: Knowing Elbone, you're probably right about that.

Dak: Of course I'm right. Besides, it's just a cave. My gut tells me we've got nothing to worry about. Last one inside's a rotten dragon egg.

Cutter: Great. Now my gut is telling me we're going in after him.

Winger: Dak didn't give us much choice.

Dak: No, I did not.

Winger: Then, come on. We've got a friend to save.

Burple: I don't know about this. It's really dark down there and spooky and... And I kind of thought you were gonna stop me at spooky.

Winger: It's okay, Burple. Dak, Cutter and I can handle this.

Cutter: Actually I could probably handle it solo with my super-sharp eyesight. But, you know, I'll bring Dak and Winger along just to be nice.

Burple: I've got a bad feeling about this. Wait, maybe it's just something I ate. Nope, definitely a bad feeling.

Dak: Elbone. Elbone, you in here?

Winger: No sign of him of this way, either.

DaK: He's gotta be in here somewhere.

Cutter: It really is a maze down here. Oh, right. That's why they call it the Maze Caves. Hey, where'd you go?

Winger: And Burple wasn't kidding when he said it was dark. We probably should've brought...

Dak: Lanterns? Don't worry, we can use that one.

Winger: Isn't that one of Elbone's lanterns?

Cutter: That is not a good sign.

Dak: Come on. Let's try this way.

Cutter: Didn't we already try this way?

Dak: So, we'll try this way instead. Elbone. Elbone, have no fear. The Rescue Riders are here.

Winger: Dak I don't think we're going to find him down this tunnel, either.

Dak: Why not?

Winger: Because we've already been down this tunnel. Look, there's the mark from when Cutter lit the lantern.

Cutter: Don't worry. I know where we are.

Winger: Really?

Cutter: The same place Elbone is. Totally, seriously lost.

Leyla: Hmm.

Summer: Leyla, are you still trying to figure out how Dak and Winger made that trick blast yesterday?

Leyla: No. I'm making a note in my diary that Winger is the luckiest dragon in the world. Because there's no way trusting his gut could've worked out that well.

Summer: It was an amazing blast.

Leyla: You say amazing, I say lucky. What do you think, Burple?

Burple: About what?

Leyla: About Dak and Winger.

Burple: What? I don't think anything. I don't know anything, either. About Dak and Winger, I mean. Or where they went with Cutter. Or... Can we please change the subject?

Summer: Burple, is there something you're not telling us?

Burple: What makes you say that?

Leyla: Dak, Winger and Cutter didn't go somewhere they shouldn't have, did they?

Burple: Um, that depends if you put Maze Caves in the "shouldn't have" category.

Leyla: They went into the Maze Caves?

Burple: They went to find Elbone. He never made it out last night. And I knew it was a bad idea. Honest.

Summer: It's okay, Leyla. Don't get too worried. I'm sure we'll be able to find them before you...

Leyla: Worried? I'm not worried at all.

Burple: So, we're not going after them?

Leyla: Nope. Dak followed his gut in there. Which means he can follow his gut right back out.

Summer: So, that's not a rescue plan you're drawing in the dirt?

Leyla: No. Yes.

Dak: Nope. Nope. Don't worry, I'm sure we're going the right way now. Not right back to the same place we've been like 50 times now. Ooh! Ah! What's that?

Winger: Doesn't sound like a dragon. Or a wolf. Maybe some cave creature?

Cutter: Cave creature? Well, that really nails it down.

Winger: Whatever it is, we need to find it before it finds us. Hang on.

Dak: Always hanging on, Wing.

Winger: Brace yourselves, everyone. Get ready for...

Cutter, Dak and Winger: Elbone?

Elbone: Oh, you scared the living daylights out of me. Or the living night-lights. I've lost track of time down here.

Dak: Were you crying?

Elbone: No, I... I was location-wailing. You know, so you could find me. Which you did.

Cutter: Yeah. We just followed the sound of the crying.

Elbone: What did he roar?

Dak: Cutter? He said, "Great plan."

Elbone: I'm so happy to see you all. Now what are you waiting for, let's get out of here.

Dak: Uh, yeah, about that...

Elbone: Oh, no. You're lost, too?

Dak: Yep. Pretty much.

Cutter: Pretty exactly.

Dak: Hey, you were mapping as you went, right? Maybe your maps can give us a clue to the way out.

Elbone: I'm afraid they're not very good.

Dak: Oh, come on. How bad could they be? Is that tic-tac-toe?

Elbone: I had to pass the time somehow down here. So I played Rocky over there, best out of seven.

Cutter: Looks like, Rocky beat him four to nothing.

Leyla: And if we went into the same entrance of the caves they went in, it would increase our chances of finding them, but we might also get lost ourselves.

Summer: Where as if we went into a different cave opening, we'd have an increased probability that we'd never be able to pick up their trail.

Leyla: Exactly.

Summer: So, where does that leave us?

Leyla: Back to the drawing board.

Duggard: Ah, Leyla, I do hope I'm not bothering you. But I just want to congratulate you on rescuing Elbone. Um, wait. I don't see him.

Leyla: That's because we're still in planning mode, chief Duggard. We have to get this just right. Dak already went in there after him and now he's probably lost, too.

Duggard: Oh, leaping Loki. This is not how I thought this conversation would go.

Leyla: Don't worry, chief. Like I said I'm working on a plan.

Duggard: A plan?

Leyla: Okay, more like 17 of them. But I have to pick the perfect one to prove to Dak that planning isn't a bad thing after all. I'm just not sure which one that is yet. Chief Duggard, maybe you could help me.

Duggard: Oh, yes. Well it sounds like you got quite the decision on your hands. And I wouldn't want to get in your way. But you might want to keep in mind you have just a few hours until full moon.

Leyla: Full moon? And what happens at the full moon?

Duggard: Full moon means higher tides, higher tides means rising waters underground, rising waters underground means the Maze Caves will be flash flooded.

Leyla: Did you say flash...?

Summer: Flooded?

Elbone: Already tried this tunnel. Or maybe it was that one over there. Or both, or neither, or... Is any of this helping?

Dak: Not really.

Elbone: There's gotta be some way to find our way out of here.

Dak: Wait. I think we're getting somewhere. I hear something. It sounds like water, just up ahead.

Elbone: Water? We're saved.

Winger: Is that coming from up ahead?

Cutter: Or down below?

Elbone: Uh-oh. It's not a full moon tonight, is it?

Dak: It might be, why?

Elbone: Remember when I said we're saved? I take it back.

Leyla: Or maybe we could split up and devise a system of high-pitched sounds to communicate with each other from far away? That one probably wouldn't have worked anyway. We still haven't settled on a plan.

Burple: Leyla, are you sure we have time? How many are we down to now?

Summer: I think you mean up to. Twenty one. Twenty-two if you count the one that just blew away.

Leyla: Hey, my brother and our friends are in there. This isn't about proving my point anymore. It's about saving them. We probably only have one shot a this, so I need to get it right.

Summer: I can help you choose.

Leyla: You can? How?

Burple: That's one way to narrow it down.

Leyla: Was that your way of telling me I was overthinking things?

Summer: Little bit.

Leyla: Uh, guess it's tie ourselves to a tree at the cave openings so we can find our way back out. That was my very first idea.

Summer: And your best.

Dak: Over here. Maybe over there? Let's try this way.

Elbone: I never thought I could get so lost being lost. I'm sorry, Rescue Riders. I can't help but feel this is all my fault.

Cutter: Uh, yeah, that's because it is all his fault.

Elbone: I have no idea what those roars meant.

Dak: Uh, he said... It's my fault, too. We never should have come in here without... without... ugh. A plan.

Cutter:' Ha! I can't believe it. He actually said the P word.

Elbone: What did he say that time?

Dak: That time he was just was rubbing it in. But don't worry, Elbone. We're gonna stop all this running around and finally put a plan together to get out of here.

Elbone: I'm liking the sound of that. So, what do you have in mind?

Dak: I have no idea.

Elbone: Oh. I like the sound of that less.

Winger: We better figure something out fast. Look.

Cutter: How does that keep happening?

Dak: Wait a second, that's it. We know we keep passing through the same tunnel because we keep seeing that same singe mark that Cutter made on the wall.

Cutter: And how is that a good thing?

Dak: Because if we make more singe marks on the walls as we go, we'll know which other tunnels we tried and won't keep going in circles.

Winger: Now that's a plan I can get behind.

Cutter: Behind, in front of, as long as it gets us out of here, I'm in.

Dak: Cutter, always mark the right side of the wall so we'll know which direction we're going. Come on.

Summer: Good plan, Leyla. We won't lose our way. And we can use the ropes to find our way back out.

Leyla: Well you did help me pick it.

Summer: Hey. What are friends for?

Burple: I think something's got me. Go on without me. Save yourselves.

Leyla: Burple, you've reached the end of your rope, that's all.

Summer: I'm afraid we all have.

Burple: Do you have a plan for what to do when your first plan doesn't work?

Leyla: Not yet.

Burple: I hope you come up with something faster this time. Look.

Dak: Now, down this way. Nope already tried that way. How about over here?

Cutter: Which way now, Dak?

Dak: I don't know. We'll have to try them both.

Winger: Cutter, mark it.

Cutter: Uh, I would if I weren't out of fire. I need time to recharge, Dak.

Dak: Time? I think we're kind of out of that, too. Winger, you mark the wall. Careful though, just a little blast.

Winger: I'll try. Sorry.

Leyla: Hey, did you guys hear that? It sounded like Winger's power blast.

Summer: You're right. And it was close.

Leyla and Summer: Dak? Winger?

Leyla: You guys out there? Dak? Winger?

Dak: Wait. Did you hear that?

Leyla: Dak.

Dak: Is that Leyla?

Elbone: We're saved. Unless your sister is lost, too. Because there seems to be a lot of that going around today.

Leyla: Winger. Dak.

Dak: Leyla. Leyla, we're over here.

Leyla: Over where? It sounds like you're right on the other side of this wall. But which one of these tunnels will get us to you?

Dak: I don't know. I can barely hear you over the rising water.

Leyla: Right there with you, Dak. Summer, any idea which way to go?

Summer: Impossible to tell. It's your call. Left or right?

Leyla: Neither. Burple, barrel roll straight ahead, now.

Burple: What? Why?

Leyla: Just trust me.

Burple: I sure hope this helps.

Leyla: Come on.

Summer: Empty.

Dak: Anytime now.

Leyla: Burple, again.

Burple: If you say so.

Leyla: Dak.

Dak: Leyla. Boy am I glad to see you. But how did...?

Winger: You can talk about it later. Let's go.

Leyla: This way. We can use these to find the way out.

Elbone: Ropes? Why didn't I think of ropes? Why didn't I think of anything?

Dak: Just come on.

Elbone: We're out. We're finally out. Thank you, Rescue Riders. I don't know what I would've done without you.

Dak: Stayed in there forever?

Elbone: Yeah, that's probably it.

Cutter: Awesome idea knocking those walls down to find us Burps.

Burple: Thanks, but it was Leyla's plan.

Leyla: Actually, it wasn't a plan at all. I just went with my gut.

Summer: And just in time, too.

Dak: Told you, planning is totally overrated.

Winger: Dak, you have to admit that we never would've been close enough to hear them if you didn't come up with that plan to mark the walls.

Dak: Shush.

Leyla: Wait, Dak made a plan?

Dak: Just a little one.

Leyla: So, we both learned something today.

Elbone: I learned something, too, Rescue Riders. Next time I try mapping the Maze Caves, bring dragons.

Cutter: Can we go home now? I'm a little mazed out.

Elbone: Wait, where's Rocky?

Leyla: Rocky?

Burple: Is Rocky a small rock? Two eyes? Slightly salty taste?

Dak: Uh-huh.

Burple: Um, oops. Sorry about that.

Elbone: Rocky, let's head back to my house boat. You can be my first mate or my anchor. We can decide later.

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