"Alright, if you do not tell me I shall start my bouncing. Here I -"
"Alright! Alright! I give up, I'll tell you. The Monster-Man threatened my life, but what you propose to do is much, much more horrible."
"Speak!", demands Rabbit-Man.
"He came in yesterday. He bought a cute little yellow doggie, with a collar, engraved tags and that's all."
"That's all?", inquires Rabbit-Man while wiggling his nose in deep bunny thought.
"That's all. Now I must feed the -"
"One more question", interrupts Rabbit-Man. "You say he purchased 'engraved dog tags', correct?"
"What was the address on those dog tags?"
"No, I don't know!", blurts Arnold. "I mean I forgot -- there was no address."
"WHAT WAS THE ADDRESS!", screams Rabbit-Man. He knows he has cornered Arnold. Rabbit-Man knows that this address is where he can find the elusive, but terrible Monster-Man!
"No, I don't know -- I DON'T KNOW!"
"Yes you do, or I will be forced to bounce!"
"No, no --- don't bounce!"
"Tell me the address --- NOW!!"
"I can't. . . I mean I don't know!"
"Alright then, I shall bounce." Rabbit-Man begins bouncing. Arnold cringes behind the store counter. He can only hope the tenant below is not at home.
PAH-OING! PAH-OING! PAH-OING! Rabbit-Man bounces in Elephant-bunny style across the room, shaking shelves and animal cages everywhere he goes. And then, suddenly, a knock on the door is heard.
"You are in big trouble now Arnold," says Rabbit-Man, finally stopping. He walks over to the door with a confident grin on his furry face. He opens the door.
"YARAAAAAAAAAA-RAAAAAAAAAAH!!!", screams Monster-Man.
Rabbit-Man is terrified.