Everything with the forest rangers Margaret & Frank (voiced by Whoopi Goldberg & David Spade respectively)
- First while the two are driving in their jeep down the forest road;
Ranger Frank: I'm sure you've run afoul of many a scary pedestrian. But out here, we have what you might call...how should I put it? Actual danger.
Ranger Margaret: Danger?
Ranger Frank: Grizzlies that'll rip the top off your car. Bobcats, wolves, wolverines, which are something entirely different
(''the Reptar Wagon crosses the road in back of them. Margaret turned around and caught a glimpse of the Reptar Wagon)
Ranger Margaret: And dragons. Aah!
- Later when they arrive at their station
: I'm telling you, I saw a dragon. Ranger Frank
: Margaret. Ranger Margaret
: A big green, fire-breathing dragon. I've gotta call headquarters (rushes to the phone
). Ranger Frank
: While you're at it, you might ask for a new assignment. Say, a city park. 'Cause, you see, out here in the country, you have to be just a little tougher.
[Frank sees the Reptar Wagon in his telescope. The wagon floats with the current in the river
] Ranger Frank
: AAAH!! THE DRAGON! I JUST SAW IT! I SAW IT! Ranger Margaret
: Where where? (looks through the telescope
) Here? Where?
- Later when the adults arrive at the ranger station and discuss the situation, the male ranger is too delirious and hysterical to be of any use.
Ranger Frank: I know you rookies can get excited and lose your heads, but veterans like me know the key is to remain calm, cool and collected. The scene with the Circus Masters Igor & Serge is pretty funny.
(the adults enter; panicking; Frank falls from his chair)
Didi: Please! Our kids are lost in the storm! You've got to help us!
Ranger Frank (delirious) : There's dragons out there! I'm a park ranger! Not a Knight at a Round Table! GO FIND SOMEONE WITH A LANCE!
Ranger Margaret: Never mind him. Come with me. (Margaret leaves with the adults, leaving Frank alone, whimpering and sobbing hysterically)
Igor: Serge, you stay here and watch monkeys. I get us coffee.
Serge: No, Igor. You stay and watch monkeys and I get us coffee.
Igor: Nyet! Monkeys watch you! I GET COFFEE!!
(Cut to interior at an ice cream parlor, where both men are enjoying their coffee. Their train is in view through a window as monkeys climb out and on top of the train.)
Serge: I think coffee is better in St. Petersburg.
Igor: Nyet, it is better in Kiev.
Serge: No, it's better in St. Petersburg.
Igor: NOTHING is better in St. Petersburg!
While the men argue over coffee, the train begins to move'
(The men rush out, bumping over tables and other customers. They watch as the train rolls off into the distance
- Followed by Igor ranting angrily in Russian before throwing his hat to the ground and stomping on it