Narrator: To Stewie. it was a perfect morning-- eating and reading and having nothing better to do. But there was one thing he was supposed to do.
Lois (off-screen) Stewie
Lois: Didn't you promise to clean up this room yesterday?
Stewie Ooh. (nervous laughter)
Lois: You can't leave toys lying around. Someone could get hurt. Whoa! (thud) Whew! Lucky for me this wall was here. Now please clean up, Stewie. When I come home from work we'll spend the evening in our nice, clean living room, okay?
Stewie: (whimpering) Zoom!
Narrator: Rolling on the car looked fun-- except for the slamming into the wall part.
Stewie (giggling) (hooting) Ah. (dreams about Lois rolling on a car) Whee! Whoa! Aha!
Narrator: If one car was fun, imagine what you could do with two.
Stewie (Talking) Whoo!
Narrator: Stewie had to show his great new car-shoes to someone.
(door opening and closing)
Narrator: Stewie couldn't wait to see the look on Kipper's face.
(elevator bell dings)
Narrator: That wasn't the look he expected.
Stewie: Aha! (chattering) (thud)
Stewie: (chatters) Whoa!
Narrator: Kipper didn't want Baby handprints all over the clean doors.
Stewie: (groans) Whoa!
Narrator: Stewie didn't know how to turn around and go back.
Mr. Dulson: I don't know, we have too many roller skates. Now, what can we do to make people more interested in skates?
Mrs. Dulson: Well, how about having a roller-skating Baby give demonstrations?
Mr. Dulson: And just where are we going to find a roller-skating Baby?
Mr. Dulson: The skates are our gift to you. You just skate in front of the store whenever you can.
Mrs. Dulson: Hmm, You better give him another pair, hon. He's got four feet.
Mr. Dulson: I thought he had four hands, but fine, two pairs it is.
Mr. Dulson: Okay, let's, uh... let's see what you can do.
Stewie: (yelling) (loud crash) Whoa! (loud crash)
Mrs. Dulson: Now, Maybe he should practice outside.
Mr. Dulson: Yeah! Gotcha!
Mrs. Dulson: Now, you practice, little mister, then come back.
Mr. Dulson: Okay. (chuckles) Do you ever think we'll see him again?
Mrs. Dulson: If you can't trust a Baby, who can you trust?
Narrator: Stewie liked his new skates...
Stewie: Oh. Hmmm.
Narrator: but what were these black things for?
Stewie: (chattering) (whimpering)
Narrator: Stewie thought that even Kipper would have to admire his skates-- especially since now he knew how to stop.
Master Shake: Whoa, uh, let me help you with those. Uh, Kipper, you're in charge.
Kipper: Huh? (whimpering) (barks)
(Kipper dreams about Stewie on roller skates and Kipper on roller skates)
Narrator: A Baby on wheels looked wrong, but a proud, sleek dachshund on nice wheels...
Narrator: Stewie knew exactly what Kipper wanted to do.
Kipper :(grunts proudly)
Stewie: (chattering) Whee!
Kipper: Whoa! (frightened grunts) (groans) Huh?
Boy: Check out the cool wiener dog on roller skates!
Narrator: It occurred to Stewie that perhaps he should have shown Kipper how to stop.
Kipper: (frightened howl)
Kipper: (frightened whimpering)
Stewie: (chatters) Ah!
(traffic bell rings)
Kipper: (whimpering continues)
Narrator: The only thing in the world Kipper wanted was to stop rolling.
Kipper (barks) (inquisitive groan)
Narrator: Now the only thing in the world he wanted was for these nice girls to take the wheel shoes off him. But unfortunately, the girls didn't speak dachshund.
Girl #1: I think he's sad because we messed up his ride.
Girl #2: Don't worry, doggy, we'll get you rolling again.
Kipper: (unhappy grunts)
Girl #2: Ready? One, two... three!
Stewie: (squeaky gasp) Uh Oh
Narrator: Stewie thought he recognized that tail racing toward him.
Kipper: (barks) Oh No
Narrator: But it couldn't be Kipper. Kipper would never go that fast. How many roller-skating wiener dogs could there be in the city?