JumpStart Adventures 3rd Grade: Mystery Mountain

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JumpStart Adventures 3rd Grade: Mystery Mountain is a computer game created by Knowledge Adventure.

Madame Pomreeda (Voice): Please enter, and have a seat. Sit up straight, No Slouching at this classroom. Is that gun in your mouth? Sorry! My Mistake.

Polly: Oh, Snotley, you're back! I've been looking for you.
Botley: My name is Botley.
Polly: I can see you've brought help, and you've got the TransQuizzer!
Botley: (aside, to the player) She knows we need it to save the world.
Polly: Didn't my father teach you it's rude to tell secrets, Rotley? Well, I suppose he's told you his side of everything, but what does he know? Today when I was at school, the teacher handed us a surprise quiz. I already knew all the answers, and she knew I knew them. So just to have some fun, I made up my own answers to that dumb old quiz. But instead of laughing like she was supposed to, she gave me a big, fat zero! I felt faint and short of breath! No one's ever given me a zero before!
Botley: Well, that's not quite true, Polly. I remember just two weeks ago...
Polly: Be quiet, Plotley, this is my story! Anyway, after getting my first zero ever, I got the most brillant idea! Instead of settling for a bad grade, I changed history to match my answers.
Botley: So you sent 25 of your father's robots back in time to change history?! How could you do that, Polly?!
Polly: Oh, that was the easy part, since Daddy just invented that "Handy Dandy Time Machine" upstairs. Everyone should have one. I just marched those robots into the machine, pushed a few buttons, and voila! Unfortunately, there's still one more question, the extra credit question, and it's super hard! That's why I've been looking for you, Notley.
Botley: That's Botley! And I want nothin' to do with your plan, Polly, just bring those robots back! Don't you see? You could destroy us all!
Polly: (mockingly) You could destroy us all! (normal) P-lease, Spotley, if you're so scared, why don't you just bring them back yourself? You've got my TransQuizzer; now all you need are the questions on my history quiz. To make it so easy even you can figure it out, I'll leave the disc with the first part of the test on the first floor. That's 5 questions total. Just plug that disc into the TransQuizzer, then figuring out where I sent the robots should be simple. But I'm warning you: if I don't get 'em all back soon, I'm sending you off to do the extra-credit question. Oh, and by the way, you have to get in the house first, and I changed the locks. Good luck!
Botley: (to the player) Oh, that's just great... how are we gonna get into the mountain?

Botley: Hey, Bothoven!
Bothoven: Huh? Hello? Who's there? Oh, Botley, it's just you. You should have called my name instead of just scuffling around out there.
Botley: Uh, right. Listen, Polly's up to no good again and we're having trouble with this lock. Can you help us?
Bothoven: Huh? Speak up! Don't mumble.
Botley: CAN - YOU - HELP - US?!

Botley: "Moment of truth" time. Click on the "launch" button if you want to launch an Explorer.

Polly: There's a time limit on this question. You have one hundred million years starting...now!

Monty Monitor: Welcome to a special edition of Pollywood Squares! What's so special about it? Well, in addition to sending you back in time to rescue Flip, the high-diving robot, we're also giving away a new car! Just kidding.

Ms. Winkle: What was the first breakfast cereal made from?
Polly: The first cold cereal, Miss Winkle, was made with ice cream to keep it cold. For flavor, they added cold water salmon. On top of that, they added the pièce de résistance; frozen worms! The worms gave the salmon something to eat. Mmm, mmm, mmm.
Ms. Winkle: That's exactly right, Polly! Oh, I still remember that original breakfast cereal; salmon and frozen worms. Hmm, some things you just never outgrow. I must confess, though, that my very favorite cereal is crunched octopus oats with jellyfish bits. Mmm, makes me hungry just thinking about it!
Botley: GROSS! Look what Polly's cooked up now! If we don't do something fast, kids all over the world will be pooring milk all over bowls filled with cold fish and worms. No one will eat breakfast anymore, and breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Polly: Egbert likes to play ping-pong with the eggs laid by this specimen.
Egbert: What? Harm my babies' babies? Perish the thought!

Botley: Huh? We've broke through that molecule, but there's nothing inside. We'll have to try another specimen! Click to Return to Shrinking Machine. My forehead. I guess we chose the wrong specimen. Let's try again, and remember Polly's hint. Find the specimen that is known for being slow. (specimen to the shelf) Choose carefully. We Can't shrink me down too many times without having to recharge that mountain, so we have to be picky. Maybe you should use the analyzer to be sure.

Ms. Winkle: What was the world's first chewing gum made from?
Polly: I'd love it if the whole world popped super glue into their mouths and started to chew. I'd be the only one left at the top. Everyone would have to listen to me.
Ms. Winkle: Oh, yes, Polly, that's exactly right! The world's first chewing gum...was made with super glue.
Botley: Oh, great, that's all the world needs; everyone's mouth glued shut except for Polly's. If it were the other way around, I'd be tempted to leave her be, but, as it is, eardrums around the globe are depending on us.

Ms. Winkle: What was the outside of the world's first sausage made of?
Polly: Daddy's Mother put everything she make on her own sausages. They were so undifferences. Daddy's Mother they tasted like their old socks. So I guess that sausages were made with... Old Socks!
Ms. Winkle: I'm Sorry, Polly. Sausages was being made for centuries before socks was invented. Sausages was being made for the Intestines of Animals.
Botley: Uh, We've been here done that. Pick a mission we haven't completed.

Maestro: Music has such civilized instruments, although (Polly)'s voice... let's just say it's not music to my ear.
Polly: I heard that, Maestro! You just don't appreciate my instruments. (sings Wagner's "Die Walkure" out of tune)
Maestro: Well, Polly! You do have... quality.

Ms. Winkle: What makes milk safe to drink?
Polly: To make things safe to eat, you often to have heat them. You wash your hands with hot water before eating, right? So, just before milking, the farmer heats the cow gently. That way, the milk that comes out of them is safe to drink.
Ms. Winkle: Polly, You Silly Billy. Why Heats the Cow when you simply heat the milk.

Polly: So, Rotley, you think you've foiled my plan by rescuing all those robots? Well my test score may be zero now, but there's still that extra credit question, and Ms Winkle says that extra credit questions always more than make up for the rest of the test. This extra credit question involves the origins of the universe. Now, we all know that she's expecting me to discuss the Big Bang, but I'd rather discuss the Big Bot. Yeah, that's right, I think the universe started with a robot named Botley.
Botley: Me? But I thought there was... I don't know... neutral respect developing between us.
Polly: Save me the schmaltz, Blotley. Daddy programmed you to obey me. So I order you to march on over to the handy-dandy time machine and set those dials to way, way back -- to the beginning of the universe.
Botley: But, Polly, the beginning of the universe would mean the end of me. You can't mean that.
(Cut to the Professor's chamber)
Polly: You should never have tried to stop me, Plodley. I mean, I didn't deserve that big fat F on my test. No! I really had no choice but to send those robots back to change history so I could get the A I so richly deserved -- the A Ms. Winkle refused to give me.
(At this point, Professor Spark enters the room and glares at Polly)
Polly: I know my father said I was never ever under any circumstances to play with his time machine. But I know in my heart that if he were here right now, he'd say "Polly, Ms Winkle robbed you. Now go out there and change the history of the world you brave, brilliant, beautiful little girl."
Professor Spark: Ahem.
Polly: Uh-oh. (she turns around and smiles nervously at her father)
Botley: Professor Spark! Man, it's so good to see you.
Professor Spark: Hello, Botley. Hello, Polly.
Polly: So how was the annual Time-Warp Inventor's Convention, Daddy? As fun as usual?
Professor Spark: Yes, it was very informative. Very informative indeed. Funny how you think you know a thing or two about history, and then all of a sudden, it changes on you.
Polly: But, Daddy, I can explain!
Professor Spark: I'm waiting.
Polly: Uh.. uhh.... Botley made me do it. He must have a faulty chip or something. I tried to stop him but he was out of control. Oh, Daddy, I'm so glad you're home.
Professor Spark: Nice try, Polly. But I think Ms. Winkle might tell a different tale.

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