Normally what happens on Clifford is pretty realistic, but the events of "Screaming for Ice Cream" border on ridiculous. The ice cream machine just keeps pouring out, blanketing the entire dock in ice cream. Surely the thing would run out of materials or overheat or something long before what could have happened did. Also, a bit of a newsflash for Emily Elizabeth and Charley- it's called a plug! You remove the thing from the socket and the power disconnects and the machine stops operating.
Clifford: (pacing left and right) I wonder if T's found anything. I wonder if he's okay. I wonder if we should go in and check on him.
Cleo: I wonder if you could stand still for a minute. You're making a hole in the ground!
Clifford: Sorry. It's just that I'm worried about T-Bone.
Emily Elizabeth: I never want to eat another ice cream cone in my whole life.
Emily Elizabeth: Not even Clifford can push it down. Charley, we need help!
Charley: I don't need Pedro's help. I can take care of things by myself.
T-Bone: What is all this, Cleo?
Cleo: Don't ask, T-Bone! Just eat!
Patron: That was fun. I should have brought my waterskis.
Emily Elizabeth: That was great, Charley. Your Dad's going to be so proud of you.
T-Bone: A-Are you mad at me now?
T-Bone: You are?
Cleo: Yeah ... ... but now I'm over it.
T-Bone: I'm never going to be able to tell Cleo that I'm the real kibble crook (echo: real kibble crook... real kibble crook... real kibble crook...)
Mac: Be careful, T-Bone. Dogs like this don't like to admit when they've made a mistake.
T-Bone: Yeah, I know.
Mac: Careful. You never know what a dog like this might do.
T-Bone: They're not going to find anyone. The only kibble crook around here is me.
Mac: We'll find that kibble crook if it takes all day.
T-Bone: A crook?
Mac: Of course. What else do you call a dog who steals from another dog?
T-Bone: Uh oh! I ate it all!
T-Bone: Something smells good! ... Wow! Something looks good, too!
The theme of "The Kibble Crook" is similar to that of "Doing the Right Thing" and both episodes involve the same character.
Clifford's Big Idea: Be Truthful
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