The following quotes are from "Franklin the Fearless".
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He was always brave when he bruised his knee or got a sliver. But one day, Franklin learned that admitting he was afraid was a brave thing to do, too.
Raccoon: This doesn't seem as fun as last summer.
Bear: Maybe Acorn Hill is getting smaller.
Franklin: Or maybe we're all getting bigger.
Bear: And you made it all the way to the bottom.
Franklin: Yeah, am I ever lucky.
Bear: You mean brave.
Skunk: Weren't you scared?
Bear: Not Franklin. He's fearless.
Skunk: I don't know anyone as brave as you, Franklin.
Bear: See you tomorrow, fearless. This time, everybody's going to be watching.
Franklin: Gee, Sam. I don't know what's worse. Going down Thrill Hill, or not going down Thrill Hill and having everyone laugh at me.
Franklin: Bye, Mom. You're the best Mom I ever had.
Franklin: I'm not Franklin the Fearless. I'm Franklin the Scaredy Cat.
Jack: I'll tell you a secret. Some kids would down this hill just to be a bigshot in front of their friends. That would be really dumb.
Franklin: It would?
Jack: Yeah, and I should know.
Franklin: 'Cause you're a big kid?
Jack: No. 'Cause that's how I broke my arm last summer.
Franklin: Next time I'll be brave and admit that I'm scared.
The following quotes are from "Franklin's Lucky Charm".
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could cross his fingers for good luck and he could find a penny for good luck, too. But one day, Franklin had to find a lucky charm for his best friend, Bear.
Bear: I don't believe it. I've made that shot a million times.
Franklin: Even a pretend lucky clover is better than no luck at all. This will help him. Just watch.
Beaver: This thing should be called a pencil breaker, not a pencil sharpener.
Beaver: Bear, would it be possible to finish our game before the bus gets here?
Franklin: Come on, Bear. I know you can do it.
"Franklin the Fearless" also appears in online listings as "Fearless Franklin."