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In City Folk, Mr. Resetti or Don Resetti might be visited by the player. For the dialogues for Animal Crossing: City Folk, see below:

Intro

(The second time the player plays their game, Mr. Resetti pops out of the ground, facing the player.)

Daytime

Mr. Resetti:

Hey, how ya doin'? Listen, lemme just bend your ear for a bit here.

Nighttime

Mr. Resetti:

So, uh, hey. How ya doin'? Sorry to bug ya this late in the evenin', but...

Ahem... Lemme introduce myself. Name's Resetti. Mr. Resetti.

If the player started fresh

Mr. Resetti:

Uh, yeah, so anyway, this is City Folk. Thanks for pickin' it up. Appreciate the support.

So, on behalf of everyone at Nintendo, I... Uh...

Yeah... So... I mean, I, uh...

If the Player moved from ACWW

Mr. Resetti:

You... You and me ain't met before? Yeah, whatever.

So, yeah, lemme see... The manual says I gotta thank ya for buyin' Wild World.

Played ya some DS, huh? Nice. So, uh, thanks for gettin' Animal Crossing: City Folk, too. Solid work.

On behalf of everyone at Nintendo, I... Uh...

I... I... Think, mole, THINK! What's the middle part? Uh...

Aw, forget all that! I'm done wastin' time!

(Mr. Resetti turns to face the player.)

Oh, hey, sorry about that. No need to panic, all right?

People been tellin' me for years that I got a way of scarin' folks...

Yeah, I just don't get that. I mean, I ain't exactly the welcome mole, but I'm a friendly guy, am I right?

Anyway, let's you and me get down to business, whaddaya say?

Here's the thing: I got a little favor to ask ya.

So maybe Tom Nook already gave ya his song and dance, but listen...

There's a right way and a wrong way to end your time in Animal Crossing. You, uh, followin' me?

Simple, right? Ya just grab some Zs in your attic bed, no prob.

Or, if ya wanna switch it up, ya press the "Save" Button and WHAM! Same deal.

Either way works. Meetin' me like this? What we're doin' right here? It means you been endin' your game right.

Yeah, you keep up the good work, bright eyes.

"Oh, waaah, but what if I WANNA press the RESET Button?" ya ask. "What if I WANNA go to the Wii Menu?"

"Mr. Resetti, ain't that my own right as a player?" Yeah, yeah, kid, I hear ya. I get what you're sayin'.

But for THIS game, might I strongly suggest ya play without resettin'? We clear here? STRONGLY suggest.

...Aw, look at me go, right? Ol' Mr. Resetti's gone on a rant again.

Look, sorry. Sorry, OK? You maybe noticed I ain't so good at keepin' things brief. I'll letcha off now.

But know this, friend of mine. Ya ever reset, I'll be swingin' by again for a little chat with ya.

[OR]

But know this, friend of mine. Ya ever reset durin' a moment of weakness, I'll be comin' by for a chat.

I'm sure you're tired of hearin' this by now, but it's my job to keep ya honest. My JOB, kid.

NOW, SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground.)


First Reset Dialogue

(When the player first resets or loses power, Mr. Resetti pops out of the ground.)

Mr. Resetti:

Ah, so it's you...

Oh, I ain't surprised, kid. Nah, I had a feelin' in my gut you'd pull a stunt like this. The gut don't lie.

I can see ya thinkin' furiously over there, right? "How'd that sly mole catch me? Is he a ninja?"

No ninja. Nah, over at the Reset Center, we got us a switchboard that lights up when someone resets.

No magic, no ninjas. Just the way of the world. Bad deeds don't go unpunished for long, get me, kid?

But hey, even a bright kid like you makes mistakes, am I right? Or heck, maybe ya just misheard me.

Yeah, so today I'll just run down the basics for ya again, hopin' deeply that they sink in this time.

Ya still remember my whole speech about the right way to end your time in Animal Crossing, right?

Right. Ya either sleep in the attic bed, or ya hit that save button. Either way's just peachy by me.

Look atcha, noddin'. Ya do remember. Maybe try usin' that noodle to remember the rest of my advice, huh?

Listen good, [name]. Ya live life, and all that time ya spend, that's what becomes your memories.

Memories are precious, kid. And same goes for your time in Animal Crossing. Every second is precious.

Now, since everythin' is so precious, don'tcha wanna make sure ya preserve those precious moments?

There ain't no bigger waste than just throwin' away a whole page of memories just like that.

That's why I want ya to make sure ya save before quittin'. Simple enough, ain't it, kid?

Wonderful. Helpin' kids like yourself see the light makes me a happy mole. I'm ecstatic over here.

Now, allow me to hammer this message home so it stays in that brain of yours.

You can save your game by catching some Zs in the attic bed, or by pressin' the save button, OK, kid?

Don't forget it! Now...

SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground.)


Second Reset Dialogue

(When the player resets or loses power a second time, Mr. Resetti pops out of the ground.)

Mr. Resetti:

Aw, YOU again...

Huh. Guess that chat we had didn't sink in, huh?

Let's put on our thinkin' helmets, huh? Yeah, let's. Now, in everyday life, how often do ya get to reset?

Say ya fail a test or somethin'. Can ya travel back in time and take the thing over? Huh? Can ya?

Or wait, how about this? Say ya oversleep, right? Can ya wind back that clock and wake up on time?

Ya can't, huh. YEAH.

It's just common sense, professor. There ain't no do-overs in life.

Now, in games, the rules might be a little different. Some games might be soft on ya and letcha reset.

But think on it, [name]. Reset all ya want, ya ain't never gonna get back all that time ya spent...

Ya gonna go runnin' to reset just 'cause your breakfast came late one day in [town name]?

Don't make me laugh, kid! Here's a news flash for ya! You're playin' a game here!

And since you're playin' a game, it ain't hard to take the bad with the good and keep on rollin', yeah?

Look, here's what I'm gettin' at, [name]...

Ya can't spend your life resettin' over and over just to get your mitts on some item you like or whatever.

Likewise, only crybabies would start their day over just 'cause they had a little rough spot during their day.

Ya ain't in Mrs. Quitter's School for Resettin' Babies no more. It's time ya graduated, kid...

Phew...

I bet you're wonderin' if this mole's jaw ever runs outta yappin' power, yeah?

All right, I can take a hint. My throat's feelin' like it's half past a lozenge, anyway.

Besides, I may be a mole, but I ain't blind. I see you're pooped, so I'll end my little speech right here.

Just promise me, OK, kid? For cryin' out loud, save before ya end your game. ...Got me? Good.

Oh yeah, and one more thing, just in case the message didn't get across in English...

AVE-SAY, UNK-PAY!

That's right, kid, I know pig latin! Hopefully that'll stick in your head.

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground.)


Third Reset Dialogue

(When the player resets or loses power the third time, Mr. Resetti pops out of the ground.)

Mr. Resetti:

.........Ya just don't give up, do ya, punk?

Tell me somethin'. You the forgetful type? Or do ya just do this to torment me?

Hey, ya slip up once or twice, I get it, it's fine. I ain't made of stone. Maybe ya got distracted.

But this here, kid... This is your THIRD reminder.

If ya DIDN'T do it on purpose this time, I think it may be time to see a doctor or somethin'!

Listen. When ya suddenly quit, that gets flagged as a RESET, and a guy YELLS in my EAR on the PHONE.

If you're gonna wrap it up for the day, do the right thing and save, will ya?

Ya thank the cook after chow, right? And before ya go home, ya say good-bye? It ain't no different here.

Or maybe you're the type of guy that don't got no social graces, hmm?

Yeah, I hear that's a big problem with kids today. Saw some bigwig goin' on about it in the papers.

Well, listen, kid, them social graces are a fundamental part of communicatin'!

And ya can't even do that... ...Look, I don't wanna belabor the point or nothin'. We're done here.

But seriously, [name]... Ya know baseball? Ya know that one rule? The three-strikes-you're-out one?

I'm a generous guy, but I got a breakin' point. Strike out enough, and I lose it. I lose it BIG.

But, hey, lotsa guys hit a home run after strikin' out, don't they? Yeah, yeah.

I believe in ya, [name]. Next time ya step up to bat, make sure ya hit it outta the park. Now...

SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground, then pops back up a few seconds later.)

Mr. Resetti:

The doc's been tellin' me it ain't good to blow my stack so much, so I held back today. Remember that.

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground for good.)


Fourth Reset Dialogue

(When the player resets or loses power the fourth time, Mr. Resetti pops out of the ground.)

Mr. Resetti:

.........Cripes, do ya ever learn, kid?

Haaahhhhh--!

GRAAAH!

I SAID NOT TO RESET!

WHAT DON'T YOU GET?!

......... ......Phew...... ...............

Man, been a while since I had to yell like that. I'm seein' spots over here.

I'm startin' to think I ain't never met someone with a melon as hard as yours, but that won't stop this mole!

Look... Let's forget about other games for a sec, huh? See, we're talkin' about Animal Crossing: City Folk.

It's unique, kid. And as such, I get sent here to suggest that ya hold off on frivolous resettin'.

And then, uh... Oh yeah, then I tell ya about how there's no resettin' in real life...right?

And sure, you're probably all bent now, wonderin' why some mole's gotta yell atcha while you're playin'.

Well, games got rules, kid, so excuse me if I ask ya to get unbent, and quick.

Now, don't get me wrong, I'm mostly like that one company prez who just wants to make folks smile...

But when that reset alarm starts ringin', I could be in the shower, sittin' down to eat, sleepin'...

It don't matter! When it goes off, I gotta get up and go stick it to whatever punk just pressed that button.

You probably can't tell, but I'm wearin' a T-shirt for undies under here! Think it feels good?!

Whatever. I think ya got somethin' to chew on now. Heard me? Quit resettin'! Got that? Good.

Oh yeah, one more nugget of advice for ya.

If you're gonna take a bath, make sure ya get the water up to your shoulders, ya grubby little potato!

...Of course, it don't do no good if ya don't scrub, too. Anyway, I said my piece. Now...

SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti borrows back into the ground.)


Fifth Reset Dialogue

(When the player resets or loses power the fifth time, Don Resetti pops out of the ground.)

Don Resetti:

H-hey!

WAHHHHH!

Whoa, what's the deal with all that noise?! I mean, come ON! It's unsettlin'!

OK, right, anyway, nice to meetcha and all that jazz. I'm Resetti's big brother. The name's Don.

Listen, straight off, I know my little brother can be a real pain. Thanks for puttin' up with him.

Today, Sonny, he's at home takin' it easy. Kid's got high blood pressure. Musta worked himself up good...

So yeah, I'm uh, fillin' in for him. For clearin' out a little time to chat with me, you got my thanks.

So yeah, lemme start from the top. I hear our Sonny has been poppin' up all over the place an' yellin'.

Yeah, generally givin' good people the business, am I right? For this, the Resetti family is full of regret.

I know I'm his brother and all, but trust me when I tell ya, Sonny's a good egg. Despite his, uh, behavior.

The guy's passionate about what he does, ya know? All his yappin' is his way of showin' tough love...

I mean, hey, if he was just lookin' to make nice, he could turn a blind eye when people screw up, right?

But then nobody learns nothin'...

Let's move on. What I'm tryin' to make clear here is, Sonny? He does all that yellin' 'cause he cares.

The guy... He just ain't one to mince words, you know? An uncompromisin' sort of mole, yeah.

And he ain't no kind of smooth talker, neither, so he can SOUND mean even though he really ain't.

My point bein' this: the guy might seem nasty, but he's a good mole at heart. So cut him some slack, yeah?

Aw, what's wrong with me? I almost forgot. It'll be my moleskin if I don't take care of business...

All right, here goes nothin'. Ahem. AHEM. Me-ma-mole.

Uh... Resettin' ain't good. So, don't do it, [name]!

There. Hope ya learned a lesson. I'd advise followin' this advice, kid...for your own good, ya know?

...OK, we're good here. That should do it. Now if ya don't mind, I should be gettin' back. Be good.

See ya!

(Don Resetti burrows back into the ground.)


Sixth Reset Dialogue

(When the player resets or loses power the sixth time, Mr. Resetti is outside, waiting for the player, but he's facing the wrong way)

Mr. Resetti:

GRRARGH!

...Huh? Where's he/she at?

(Mr. Resetti turns around to face the player.)

Pffft... There we go...

Yeah, I had a hunch it was gonna be you. Guess I'm a psychic now.

I just got over a cold, ya know. And here I am, tunnelin' all over to find ya. Fun times.

But ya just don't quit. Nah. And ya ain't hearin' me.

Or maybe ya DID hear me, but ya just, I dunno, don't see what the big deal is. Just bounces right off ya.

[Name], I could tell ya it's your game, play how ya like, but don't ya get what I been sayin'?

Ain't there some merit in loosenin' up a little and just playin' for fun? Ya know, come what may?

How about ya give that whole "reset, reset" thing a rest and save your game a little more often, yeah?

Even if things don't always go perfect for ya, THAT'S THE GAME, get me? Take it as it comes and have fun...

...Ya followin' me?

YA HEAR ME?

Bottom line, if ya just quit with the resettin'...

I wouldn't have to keep comin' down here to read ya the riot act!

Pheeeew...

Ya ain't the only one tired of this, ya know. Comin' out every time ya do it is burnin' me out. Think on it.

I mean, use your melon. Every time I come out here, I gotta burrow through solid earth, professor.

How about ya fix that bad habit of yours so we can stop wastin' each other's time, huh, kid?

Quit resettin'. Got it this time? Crystal clear, right?

If the Player selects "Huh?"

Mr. Resetti:

WHAAAT? QUIT JOKIN'!

OK, fine, that's how it is! Guess I just gotta take everythin' we just talked about, and say it AGAIN!

That whatcha want, punk? Man, I am sick and tired of givin' you this speech!

How about ya fix that bad habit of yours so we can stop wastin' each other's time, huh, kid?

Quit resettin'. Got it this time? Crystal clear, right?

If the Player selects "I get it."

Mr. Resetti:

Phew! Long as ya got the message, we're done here.

But I'm beggin' ya, kid. Don't make me come out here to do this again!

Oh, and one more bit of advice for the road...

Brush those furry teeth!

We clear here? OK then...

SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground.)

Seventh Reset Dialogue

(When the player resets or loses power for the seventh time, Mr. Resetti pops out of the ground.)

Mr. Resetti:

YAAARGH!

YOU! AGAIN?!

QUIT MESSIN' AROUND!

How many times do I gotta do this?!

Hehhhh... Hooof... Heeee... ......

OK, [name], this is it! Ya wanna go? We're goin'! Today is the day I put on my unhappy hat.

I know EXACTLY whatcha think about our little situation. Oh yeah, I got your number now, kid.

Here's the deal: I give up. Reset, don't reset, I don't care. It's your call!

That's right, kid, you're free to decide. Free as a bird, OK!

Honest, I give up. I'm tired of diggin' out here and back over and over.

I can see it in those eyes. Ya wanna reset, don't ya? Ya LOVE doin' it.

Well, lemme help ya out, if ya want it so bad. Sure, I'll just do it FOR ya!

Ya can't see it from where you're sittin', but I got a Wii Remote right here in a little holster.

So, whaddaya say I just grab that bad boy and wiiiipe the slate clean? We'll forget EVERYTHIN'.

Sound good, kid? Ready to start all over?!

SEE YA, KID!

[The screen goes black, then goes to the title screen. By pressing the A button does it return to the dialogue.]

Mr. Resetti:

GOTCHA!

How'd ya like that, huh?! Did I scare ya, kid? Heh heh heh heh heh.

Remember it, [name]. Next time, I might be out to do more than just give ya a little scare.

Keep actin' up, and things could get real tough for ya. So, change that tune. And I mean quick.

Anyway, I'm done with this. Ya gonna stop resettin'? Yeah? Clear enough, yeah?

If the Player selects "Huh?"

Mr. Resetti:

WHAAAAT?! COME ON!

I got a mind to reset your game for real this time! Ready to start all over, kid?!

Betcha wouldn't like that too much, huh? Well, I don't like it neither. It pains me to do it, I tell ya.

Anyway, I'm done with this. Ya gonna stop resettin'? Yeah? Clear enough, yeah?

If the Player selects "I get it."

Mr. Resetti:

Good. I gave the message, ya got the message, and we got no more business.

But use your head, kid. Don't make me come out here again, I'm beggin' ya.

Oh, and before I go...

Wear your wrist strap! THIS mole sure does! Now...

SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground.)


Eighth Reset Dialogue

(When the player resets or loses power for the eighth time, Mr. Resetti pops out of the ground.)

Mr. Resetti:

BRAAARGH!

YOU! AGAIN?!

WHAT IS THE DEAL, PUNK?

IT JUST NEVER ENDS!

Hurff... Hurff...

I can't remember how many times I've had to yap my jaw off here. But ya just keep at it...

This time it was on purpose, wasn't it? Ya reached over with a little grin and reset, didn't ya?

Well, ya got me at a loss for words, kid. Ain't nothin' in the manual for dealin' with the likes of you.

You're a repeat offender, kid. And today ya just reset for kicks, I just know it.

Huh? Ya sayin' ya didn't? I'm wrong?

Right, punk, whatever. It don't matter now, anyhow.

I don't stop, kid. I'm gonna keep comin' and tellin' ya what's what 'til ya decide to give this stuff a rest.

OK... Let's forget about other games for a sec. See, here's how it is here in Animal Crossing: City Folk.

I been sent here to suggest that ya hold off on the frivolous resettin'. ...OK, we covered that.

Then, uh... Oh yeah, I told ya about how there's no resettin' in real life... Yeah, got that, too.

Then ya cry about it and tell me it's your right to reset. And I tell ya, I get what you're sayin', but...

Then I reiterate that the rules for this game are different and that ya gotta wrap your head around it.

I covered ALL that stuff, so what's the next step? Uh...

Oh yeah, I go back into the bit about no resettin' in real life, that's good stuff.

...Yeah, I think that's next. OK, here we go. Uh...

Think about life, kid. LIFE. Ain't no do-overs, nope, and there ain't no...

I HEAR THAT!

ALWAYS CLICKIN'!

WAAAAAAAH! CLICK-CLICK!

IT STINKS!

Quit it with the button pressin'!

Hefff, haaaarrf, hooooof... Can't ya sit still for one minute, Mr. Antsypants?!

Got any idea how many times ya hit that button since I started talkin'? Huh? Wanna know?

If the Player selects "Tell me!"

Mr. Resetti

Huh? So, ya wanna know?

...Ya picked a weird time to start being' straight with me.

(Psh, kids gotta be kidding'. Who counts button taps...?)

Look, point is, ya pressed that button a TON. And if you're sick of my yellin', quit Resettin' already.

If the Player selects "Not really."

"Not really?" What is that?

Ya pressed that thing [XXX] times!

And it ain't MY fault! If ya don't like hearin' all this, all ya gotta do is give the resettin' a rest!

I'm outta patience, kid! I ain't goin' nowhere 'til ya realize ya been doin' wrong and STOP!

So... Where do we go from here, huh?

I could sit around askin' if ya get it all day long. But that's just in one ear and out the other with ya, huh?

Hmmm... Oh yeah, I got it! Here's how this is gonna go, kid.

You noddin' your head ain't gonna cut it this time. Nah, you're gonna repeat after me, punk!

And if ya mess up, we'll just start over! Fun, right? Yeah... Well, here we go. Perk up them ears!

Ya listenin'? Here goes.

Lemme hear ya say this:

"[Random sentence]"

Do it, kid. Do it!

Say it!

If the Player inputs something incorrectly

WRONG!

That ain't gonna cut the mustard, kid. It's all wrong. Guess we gotta do this all over again!

[OR] Wha-WHAT?! COME ON!

ALL WRONG!

Ya just figured ya wouldn't get it anyhow and blabbed out the first thing ya thought of, am I right?

Listen, ya keep sproutin' nonsense and we ain't NEVER gonna finish here!

Stop horsin' around and just say what you're told, (Name). Come on!

Ya listenin'? Here goes.

Lemme hear ya say this: "[Random sentence]"

Do it kid, do it!

If the Player inputs something correctly

Mr. Resetti:

Good stuff! I can tell ya believe it deep down, kid.

Don't forget them words!

OK then. So long as ya get the big picture, we ain't gotta do this no more.

But c'mon, kid. I'm beggin'. Don't make me do this again! You're sick of it, I'm sick of it, we're sick of it.

Oh, but one last thing...

Go to bed early! Now...

SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground.)

Ninth Reset Dialogue

(When the player resets or loses power for the ninth time, Mr. Resetti pops out of the ground.)

Mr. Resetti:

HEYYYY! [Name]!

Again with this? Ya don't stop!

WHY WON'T YA STOP RESETTIN'?

Haaaaaaaff... Hoooooooff... ......

...Here we are. Again.

Uuuugh...

How many other ways can I say it? What do I gotta do to make this stick, huh?

OK, [name], I'm calm. I probably said this before, but look alive, cause you're gettin' it again.

Let's talk about erasin' the past just 'cause ya didn't like what happened...

Or pretendin' somethin' didn't happen just 'cause it didn't go your way...

Attitudes like that are everywhere nowadays, and spreadin' all the time.

But it ain't right, kid. It ain't. Ever think of just tryin' to take things as they come? Huh?

Look, next time ya feel the need to reset, take a deep breath and think about what it says about ya.

And maybe, just maybe you'll see the light and stop resettin'. Do that, and you and me are golden.

I know ya ain't fond of our little chats, but I'm doin' it for you, kid. That's how much this mole cares.

Face it, if I didn't care, I'd just show up, hack out a word or two like it was no big deal, and leave...

Ending 1

Mr. Resetti:

Speakin' of, ya know how some girls'll tell ya, "Oh, that sounds fun, take me there sometime"?

So, WHEN is "sometime"? Don't just toss that out there! I'm tryin' to pencil ya into my calendar here!

...Of course, that ain't got nothin' to do with this, so I'm gonna shut my yap.

Anyhow, quit it with all that resettin', OK?

Now... We're gonna do like we did before. This time a simple reply ain't gonna do.

Your job's to repeat after me, kid!

And if ya mess up, we get to start over! Fun, huh? So, uh... Yeah, here we go. Perk up them ears!

Ready? Here we go.

I wanna hear ya say this:

"I love saving!"

[or]

"Up with saving!"

Knock me out, kid!

Say it!

If the Player types it incorrectly

Mr. Resetti:

WRONG!

That ain't gonna cut the mustard, kid. All WRONG. Guess we gotta do it again!

Ready? Here we go.

[OR]

Mr. Resetti: Wha-WHAT?! COME ON!

ALL WRONG!

Ya just figured ya wouldn't get it anyhow and blabbed out the first thing ya thought of, am I right?

Listen, ya keep sproutin' nonsense and we ain't NEVER gonna finish here!

Stop horsin' around and just say what you're told, (Name). Come on!

Ya listenin'? Here goes.

Lemme hear ya say this: "[Random sentence]"

Do it kid, do it!

If the Player types it correctly

Mr. Resetti:

Solid work, kid. Straight from the heart, right?

Now don't go forgettin' whatcha just said!

We're good then. So long as ya see the big picture, we're done with business.

But I'm beggin' ya, kid. For the luvva dirt, don't make me come out here no more!

Oh, and one more thing...

Quit it already! You're ruinin' my nerves! Now...

SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground.)

Ending 2

Mr. Resetti:

Speakin' of which, I just hate it when folks say stuff they don't mean. Stuff like, "Let's do lunch sometime!"

What does that MEAN?! Don't tell me "sometime"! I'm openin' up time in my schedule for ya, bozo!

...Uh, yeah, got a little off message here, so I'm gonna wrap this up.

Bottom line is, I said what I had to say. Ya don't reset no more, yeah? Ya got it? Ya clear?

If the Player selects "I get it."

Mr. Resetti:

Well, ain't that a mercy. Ya got the message, so we don't gotta go round and round again.

If the Player selects "Huh?"

Mr. Resetti:

WHAAAT? NOT FUNNY!

If that's how it is, then I guess I gotta check my notes on what I just said and say it one more time!

That sound good, ya punk? Man, I'm runnin' out of junk to say over here!

But kid... I'm pleadin'. Please, please, don't make me come out here no more!

Oh, and one more bit of advice for the road...

If ya plan a lunch, ya don't miss that lunch! Now...

SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground.)

Tenth Reset Dialogue

(When the player resets or loses power for the tenth time, Mr. Resetti pops out of the ground.)

Mr. Resetti:

Hey, over there. You, kid. Yeah, I mean YOU with the face right there.

Yeah, you. Come on, of course I mean you, punk. Ya see anyone else around here, [name]?

You're a real piece of work, kid, ya know that...?

Ya don't regret your behavior one teeensy little bit, huh?

Don't play innocent with me! Ya know EXACTLY what I mean.

Resettin', professor! I'm talkin' about the way ya keep resettin'!

And ya just keep doin' it! Even after I told ya I'm only givin' ya the business 'cause I care!

I know ya got rights, kid. You're the one playin', so ya get to reset if ya want. I get it. I accept it.

In fact, reset whenever ya want! Forget about all the yellin' I been doin'. Forget it ever happened.

I promise, from now on I'll keep a cool head when I talk at ya. I'm sorry. I'm Mr. Nice Mole now.

Yeah, yeah, here we go...

Say there, friend of mine, ya ever stop to think about resettin'? Just mull it over once in a while?

I mean... Who hasn't, right? There ain't nothin' wrong with it or anythin'.

Think of it is, I, uh, happened to notice ya been resettin' real regular-like.

Ya know, to me, doin' that is real, uh... How to put it... It's like...

Ya know... It's, uh, this...

Hey completely different topic, but how's life, huh? Recently, I mean.

Doin' good, I bet. High on the hog, right? Not for this mole, though. Nah, things ain't been so good...

Can't really get into no details right now, but let's just say I'm ready for a vacation, ya know?

So, yeah, by the way... How's everyone doin'? They, uh...doin' good? Everyone, I mean?

So, yeah...

Ya get my point...right? Uh, I mean... I made myself completely clear, yeah?

......

Original

Mr. Resetti:

AAAAAAAAH, FORGET IT!

I can't take talkin' all nice and proper like that. Makes me wanna yell at the mole in the mirror!

C'mere. Look at my arm, will ya? Talkin' all stiff like that gave me goose bumps! Goose bumps on a mole!

Alternate

Mr. Resetti:

ENOUGH! NO MORE!

I can't stand talkin' all nice and proper like that. Makes me wanna give myself a wedgie!

Look at my arm! See that? It happened again! Talkin' all polite gave me goose bumps! Believe that?


Ending 1

Mr. Resetti:

Creeped ya out, too, right? Ya don't want me to do that no more, right?

Then ya know how it goes. Stop resettin'! Got it? Are we crystal clear this time?

Seriously now, don't let me down! Let's make this the LAST time, OK, kid?

Good. Now, just so ya know, if we gotta meet up again like this, I'm gonna stick it to ya like always.

Oh, and I got one more tidbit of advice for ya.

Recycle, will ya?! Now...

SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground.)

Ending 2

Mr. Resetti:

Creeped ya out, too, right? Ya don't want me to do that no more, right?

Then ya know how it goes. Stop resettin'! Got it? Are we crystal clear this time?

OK then, show me just how sorry ya are about all the resettin'. Give it to me straight, kid!

Go on. Communicate the subtle nuances of how you're feelin' to me. Capture the moment!

Oh, and just to remind ya, lyin' ain't no good, so don't even think about it!

I just wanna know exactly how you're feelin' at this moment. That's all.

If what you're sayin' jives with me, I'll let ya off the hook. Sound good?

OK, let's get into it.

[or]

OK, let's get it done.

How sorry are ya?

If bar is between "Soooooo sorry." and "Ridiculously sorry."

[MISSING DATA]

If bar is between "Ludicrously sorry." and "Crazy sorry."

Mr. Resetti:

...Ya put it practically in the very middle! That don't say much of anythin', now, does it?

Yeah, that looks like a bunch of wishy-washiness to me...

Sorry, kid, but that answer don't do it for me...

Gotta do it again, kid. Let's go! How sorry, huh?

[or]

Gonna have to do it again. Go time! How sorry now?

If the Player selects "So dang sorry."

[MISSING DATA]

If the Player selects "Super sorry."

Mr. Resetti:

Ya know... Somethin' about your answer sounds fake.

Are ya REALLY all that sorry now?

Real regret ain't quite so emphatic, no way! Your answer still ain't comin' from the heart.

Sorry, punk, but that answer didn't move me one little iota.

Gotta do it again, kid. Let's go! How sorry, huh?

[or]

Gonna have to do it again. Go time! How sorry now?

If the Player selects "Quite sorry."

[MISSING DATA]

If the Player selects "Super-duper sorry."

Mr. Resetti:

...What the heck's THAT supposed to mean? And here I thought ya were sorry! Don't look like it!

I mean, everyone feels sorry in a different way, but that's awful one-sided.

Feelin' sorry ain't that simple! There's supposed to be all these different nuances in there, yeah?

You hear me? Show me nuances! Mixed feelin's!

Gotta do it again, kid. Let's go! How sorry, huh?

[or]

Gonna have to do it again. Go time! How sorry now?

If bar is moved towards "So dang sorry."

Mr. Resetti:

Gonna have to do it again.

If bar is moved towards "Super-duper sorry."

Mr. Resetti:

Hmm... Ah... Really, now...

Well, if that's how ya feel... Huh, guess I can believe it.

OK, fair's fair. I'll overlook the incident...this time!

Now, with the way I been pushin' this, I figure ya know by now, but SAVE BEFORE YA QUIT! OK?

Good. Now, just so ya know, if we meet up again like this, I'm gonna stick it to ya like always.

Oh yeah, and I got one more nugget of advice...

Don't bother usin' words that don't suit ya! Now...

SCRAM!

(Mr. Resetti burrows back into the ground.)

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