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  • (fade in: we see Clyde swinging on his vine and doing his Tarzan yell heading all the way to Tommy's school)
  • Clyde: I wonder what Tommy and his friends are up to at school. At times, I like to visit the Bay Area to see how my city friends are doing. (lands near a window of the school. That would be the window of the gymnasium. Clyde peeks over and sees Janet Wolfgang coaching on the students)
  • Janet: Come on, students! Give me 20 push-ups! I want you to be tough and buff like I am. (blows whistle) Keep it up! No time for goofing around!
  • Clyde: Jumping jelly beans, this girl's got gym teaching skills the size of a rhino. I don't even know how I'm feeling. I'm feeling rather strange. (as he says this, he starts to sweat, and his loincloth slowly starts peeling off) She's just so attractive, I don't know how I feel, I- (he looks down and notices he's naked and yelps) Agh! What caused my loincloth to fall off? Must be my feelings on the teacher. I don't think I'm fit to talk to any girl like that.
  • (after school, Tommy and his friends come out of the door)
  • Tommy: Okay, see you later, Lola.
  • Lola: Okay, bye for now, Tommy. (Tommy hears a sigh, he walks over)
  • Tommy: Clyde, what are you doing here? Are you okay?
  • Clyde: Oh, hi, Tommy. I'm feeling something strange in my heart.
  • Tommy: How strange? A heart attack?
  • Clyde: No, it's not that. It's just that, I was watching you being trained by your own gym teacher, and I started developing strange feelings for her that my loincloth keeps falling off. (the loincloth starts to fall off, but Clyde catches it) See what I mean?
  • Tommy: Yeah, I see what you mean. I think you're referring to our gym teacher, Janet Wolfgang. She may be strict at gym class, making us come in naked or just in our underwear, but deep down, she is a nice lady and a good friend of mine. I know what the problem is, Clyde. You're in love.
  • Clyde: Love?
  • Tommy: Yeah, love. It's an intense feeling of deep affection.
  • Clyde: So that's why my loincloth kept falling off. Why do I have a crush on her?
  • Tommy: Maybe it's because of the outfit she's always wearing. Our school's not crazy about dress codes. Look, there she is. She's just about ready to go home.
  • Clyde: Oh, wow! (the loincloth falls off) She's the hottest girl I've ever seen.
  • Tommy: Uh, Clyde, you're loincloth.
  • Clyde: (looks down and screams) There's got to be some way I can keep this love situation under control.
  • Tommy: Hey, I got an idea. Why don't you go in and meet her.
  • Clyde: Me, meet Janet? Tommy, you must be kidding! It wouldn't work! I'm a wild child. (Tommy pushes him into the door) Whoa!
  • Tommy: You'll be fine. Just be your charming self, okay?
  • Clyde: Um, okay. (he nervously walks over to Janet and trembles a bit) Um, hi. Wh-what's your name?
  • Janet: The name's Janet Wolfgang. And hey, you look kind of cute. You're the most attractive person I've ever seen. (Janet kisses Clyde on the cheek and Clyde blushes)
  • Clyde: (chuckles) Well, thank you. Anyways, my name is Clyde the Wild Boy.
  • Janet: Clyde the Wild Boy, huh? So, what family are you from?
  • Clyde: Well, to be honest, I don't have a family. I was raised by a pack of elephants, like my pet elephant, Franny.
  • Janet: Hmm, I never met a feral child before. But for a wild boy, you speak very good English.
  • Clyde: A professional taught me before I met Tommy and the others. So, um, uh, would you like to go a d-date with me?
  • Janet: When?
  • Clyde: How about Friday? Yeah, Friday night.
  • Janet: Well, okay! But only because it's Friday!
  • Clyde: (jumps for joy) Yes! I've got a date! See you tomorrow! (swings back on the vines)
  • (later at Tommy's house)
  • Clyde: And then she said I was the most attractive person she's ever seen, and I'm going on a date with her this Friday night. I feel like as if I got a girlfriend!
  • Tommy: That's great, Clyde.
  • Gus: Way to go, dude.
  • Lola: Finally, you've made more contact with the Bay Area! Hey, you know what? You oughta be dressed for the occasion.
  • Clyde: Dressed? You know, Lola, to tell you the truth, I've never worn anything else other than this loincloth.
  • Lola: Oh, that's no problem! I have a closet at home! Come with me. (takes Clyde by the arm) This is where I store some of my friends best costumes. Now, the loincloth is so old fashioned, you can't go dressed like that. What you need are some socks, shoes, underwear, oh and this.
  • Clyde: (looks at the clothes) What is it?
  • Lola: It's a fancy tuxedo. Go ahead, try them on.
  • Clyde: Well, okay. (heads over to the changing room)
  • Lola: When somebody's got a date, they have to dress their best.
  • Clyde: Okay, Lola, I think I've got it. (comes out fully clothed in the tuxedo and pants) How do I look? I look kind of fancy in this?
  • Lola: Oh, you look great, Clyde. I'm sure Janet will love you like that.
  • Clyde: Well, in that case, I'll be on my best behavior tomorrow night. (an exterior of Janet's house is shown with captions saying "The next night..." while Clyde steps up to her front doorstep) This must be the place, she'll probably be dazzled by my look. (he rings the doorbell and Janet answers)
  • Janet: Well, if it isn't my cute little wild kid. (looks at the outfit) Uh, why are you dressed like that?
  • Clyde: Oh, Lola insisted that I wear something for the occasion, instead of a loincloth.
  • Janet: Well, it's not perfect, but it'll have to do. Why don't you come on in. (Clyde enters)
  • Clyde: Thanks. Oh, and I brought you some flowers, fresh from the jungle.
  • Janet: For me? Gee, thanks Clyde, they're so sweet. (smells the flowers) You sure know a lot about plants, kiddo.
  • Clyde: I live near them, what do you expect? So, what did you make for supper?
  • Janet: I made spaghetti and meatballs, just for the two of us.
  • Clyde: (sits down) Oh boy, a delicasse from the Bay Area. I will eat them well.
  • Janet: So, tell me about yourself. It must be fascinating living in the jungle.
  • Clyde: Oh, it is. I live in a wooden hut with some modern equipment I learned from my fellow colleagues.
  • Janet: Do you even have plug-ins?
  • Clyde: Yes, but I don't hang around being a couch potato all day. I've got a jungle to protect. I have to protect myself from wild wolves, tigers, cheetahs, or anything that could hurt me or my elephant.
  • Janet: Ooh, you have a pet elephant?
  • Clyde: Yeah, her name's Franny. I got all sorts of jungle animals for pets but Franny the elephant is one of my favorites. I sleep with her, I have baths with her, I ride on her, I even exercise with her.
  • Janet: You exercise with your elephant?
  • Clyde: Oh yeah, sometimes I go streaking with her, sometimes I go to the bathroom with her, sometimes she's the coach, out of my animals, Franny is the best pet. And Janet, I really like how you coach those kids like my friend Tommy for example.
  • Janet: (gasps) You do?
  • Clyde: Yeah, it gives me a feeling of being strong and flexible. By the way, whenever you tell the class to make friends with the pain, do you really mean you want them to feel pain?
  • Janet: Actually, no, it's just an old saying that my PE teacher once told me when I was in school. It's just a way of saying "You can do it!"
  • Clyde: Encouragement. You know, Janet, you have the hottest personality for a gym teacher.
  • Janet: (sighs) I'm gonna sweat in this sports bra.
  • Clyde: Hey, tell me something. You've got all this money and the ability to work the kids hard, how come you always dress in a bare midriff?
  • Janet: I guess 'cause of the lack of dress code at school and my parents keep telling me to be more ladylike. You know, Clyde, it's nice to talk to someone other than Tommy who appreciates my athletic skills.
  • Clyde: Yeah, you're like the cherry top on my ice cream cone. (Janet sighs in awe)
  • Janet: Oh, there's the cookies. Be right back. Do you want anything to drink?
  • Clyde: Just some water, thanks. (Janet heads off) Oh, boy, someday, I want to marry that woman! (a hand grabs Clyde by the leg) Hey, someone's pulling my leg. (looks down) Someone IS pulling my leg! HELP! (he gets dragged outside)
  • (in Tommy's bedroom)
  • Tommy: I tell you, Ro, Janet is Clyde's girl of his dreams.
  • Robotboy: Girl of dreams, Tommy?
  • Tommy: It just means a girlfriend.
  • Gus: You know, Tommy, it was pretty nice of you to invite us over to your sleepover. It has been a long week.
  • Tommy: Too true, Gus.
  • Katie: (enters through the door) Tommy! Tommy! Something terrible happened! Clyde's been kidnapped!
  • Lola: Well, who in the right mind would kidnap the wild boy of the jungle?
  • Katie: Dr. Kamikazi!
  • Gus: Why am I not surprised?
  • Katie: He left this note, and I want you all to hear it. It says "For those wondering, I have captured the wild child, if you want to see him again, bring Robotboy to me!, signed, Dr. Kamikazi."
  • Tommy: Nobody messes with Clyde unless if I say so! I'm going after him and saving Clyde.
  • Katie: Tommy, wait! Could I do it for you? I want to help.
  • Tommy: Do you really, Kate?
  • Katie: They don't call me the Tomboy Kid for nothing.
  • Tommy: Okay. Here's Robotboy, and my watch. Now, go! Times are wasting!
  • Katie: Aye-aye, captain! (in the jungle) If we're going to get Clyde back, Robotboy, we're gonna need Franny, his pet elephant. And I know just how to get her.
  • Robotboy: How, Kate?
  • Katie: My mimicking an elephant call. Watch, listen. I learned this
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