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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:47,062 --> 00:00:48,757 This is Agent Leland Turbo. 2 00:00:48,864 --> 00:00:50,855 I have a flash transmission for Agent Finn McMissile. 3 00:00:53,035 --> 00:00:55,868 Finn, my cover's been compromised. Everything's gone pear-shaped. 4 00:00:57,939 --> 00:00:59,907 You won't believe what I found out here. 5 00:01:00,041 --> 00:01:04,307 This is bigger than anything we've ever seen, and no one even knows it exists. 6 00:01:04,445 --> 00:01:08,404 Finn, I need backup, but don't call the cavalry, it could blow the operation. 7 00:01:08,516 --> 00:01:10,950 - And be careful. It's not safe out here. Let's go. 8 00:01:11,085 --> 00:01:13,519 Transmitting my grids now. Good luck. 9 00:01:47,254 --> 00:01:47,949 All right, buddy, we're here. 10 00:01:47,984 --> 00:01:48,644 All right, buddy, we're here. 11 00:01:49,355 --> 00:01:51,323 Right where you paid me to bring you. 12 00:01:51,424 --> 00:01:53,415 Question is, why? 13 00:01:53,559 --> 00:01:55,993 I'm looking for a car. 14 00:01:56,128 --> 00:01:57,720 A car? Ha! 15 00:01:57,863 --> 00:02:01,230 Hey, pal, you can't get any further away from land than out here. 16 00:02:01,367 --> 00:02:02,994 Exactly where I want to be. 17 00:02:03,135 --> 00:02:06,969 I got news for you, buddy. There's nobody out here but us. 18 00:02:08,874 --> 00:02:10,569 What are you doing out here? 19 00:02:10,676 --> 00:02:13,236 What does it look like, genius? I'm crabbing. 20 00:02:13,379 --> 00:02:17,247 Well, turn around and go back where you came from. 21 00:02:17,383 --> 00:02:19,317 Yeah, and who's gonna make me? 22 00:02:20,553 --> 00:02:23,420 All right. All right. Don't get your prop in a twist. 23 00:02:24,190 --> 00:02:28,354 What a jerk. Sorry, buddy. Looks like it's the end of the line. 24 00:02:29,195 --> 00:02:30,253 Buddy? 25 00:03:32,825 --> 00:03:36,124 Incoming. All workers report to the loading dock. 26 00:03:37,463 --> 00:03:40,626 Leland Turbo, this is Finn McMissile. I'm at the rally point. Over. 27 00:03:42,168 --> 00:03:44,329 All right, fellas, you know the drill. 28 00:03:44,470 --> 00:03:47,064 Leland, it's Finn. Please respond. Over. 29 00:03:49,675 --> 00:03:53,236 Come on, guys. These crates aren't gonna unload themselves. 30 00:03:54,780 --> 00:03:57,271 Too many cars here. Out of my way. 31 00:03:57,383 --> 00:03:59,613 Professor Z�ndapp? 32 00:03:59,719 --> 00:04:01,147 Here it is, Professor. You wanted to see this before we load it? 33 00:04:01,182 --> 00:04:02,576 Here it is, Professor. You wanted to see this before we load it? 34 00:04:02,687 --> 00:04:04,621 Ah, yes. Very carefully. 35 00:04:04,722 --> 00:04:07,020 Oh, a TV camera. 36 00:04:07,125 --> 00:04:10,617 - What does it actually do? - This camera is extremely dangerous. 37 00:04:10,728 --> 00:04:12,525 What are you up to now, Professor? 38 00:04:25,476 --> 00:04:29,242 This is valuable equipment. Make sure it is properly secured for the voyage. 39 00:04:29,347 --> 00:04:31,247 - You got it. - Hey, Professor Z! 40 00:04:31,349 --> 00:04:33,840 This is one of those British spies we told you about. 41 00:04:33,985 --> 00:04:38,012 Yeah! This one we caught sticking his bumper where it didn't belong. 42 00:04:38,122 --> 00:04:40,352 Agent Leland Turbo. 43 00:04:47,799 --> 00:04:49,027 It's Finn McMissile! 44 00:04:50,101 --> 00:04:52,092 He's seen the camera! Kill him! 45 00:04:52,570 --> 00:04:55,334 All hands on deck! All hands on deck! 46 00:05:17,028 --> 00:05:17,995 Whoa! 47 00:05:22,967 --> 00:05:24,935 Waargh! 48 00:06:15,787 --> 00:06:17,254 What? 49 00:06:30,802 --> 00:06:32,599 Get to the boats! 50 00:06:57,729 --> 00:07:00,095 - He's getting away! - Not for long! 51 00:07:35,900 --> 00:07:37,663 He's dead, Professor. 52 00:07:38,336 --> 00:07:39,428 Wunderbar! 53 00:07:39,537 --> 00:07:43,268 With Finn McMissile gone, who can stop us now? 54 00:07:43,975 --> 00:07:48,503 Mater -Tow Mater, that's who - is here to help you. 55 00:07:51,582 --> 00:07:52,995 - Hey, Otis! - Hey, Mater. 56 00:07:53,030 --> 00:07:54,409 - Hey, Otis! - Hey, Mater. 57 00:07:54,517 --> 00:07:56,951 I... Oh, gosh. I'm so sorry. 58 00:07:57,053 --> 00:07:59,283 I thought I could make it this time, but... 59 00:08:02,825 --> 00:08:04,759 Smooth like pudding, huh? 60 00:08:04,861 --> 00:08:08,319 Who am I kidding? I'll always be a lemon. 61 00:08:08,431 --> 00:08:11,958 Well, dad-gum, you're leaking oil again. Must be your gaskets. 62 00:08:12,068 --> 00:08:13,501 Hey, but look on the bright side. 63 00:08:13,636 --> 00:08:16,901 This is your tenth tow this month, so it's on the house. 64 00:08:17,006 --> 00:08:20,442 You're the only one that's nice to lemons like me, Mater. 65 00:08:20,576 --> 00:08:23,909 Don't sweat it. Shoot, these things happen to everybody. 66 00:08:24,013 --> 00:08:27,312 - But you never leak oil. - Yeah, but I ain't perfect. 67 00:08:27,417 --> 00:08:30,784 Don't tell nobody, but I think my rust is starting to show through. 68 00:08:30,887 --> 00:08:32,718 Hey. Is Lightning McQueen back yet? 69 00:08:32,822 --> 00:08:33,853 Not yet. 70 00:08:33,888 --> 00:08:34,884 Not yet. 71 00:08:34,990 --> 00:08:38,517 He must be crazy excited about winning his fourth Piston Cup. 72 00:08:38,660 --> 00:08:39,991 Four! Wow! 73 00:08:40,095 --> 00:08:43,758 Yeah, we're so dad-gum proud of him, but I wish he'd hurry up and get back, 74 00:08:43,865 --> 00:08:47,062 'cause we got a whole summer's worth of best friend fun to make up for. 75 00:08:47,202 --> 00:08:48,396 Just me and... 76 00:08:49,704 --> 00:08:51,001 McQueen! 77 00:08:51,106 --> 00:08:53,370 - Whoa, whoa, whoa! - McQueen! 78 00:08:53,475 --> 00:08:57,036 - Mater! I'm in no hurry! - Hey, everybody. McQueen's back! 79 00:08:57,179 --> 00:08:59,010 - Aaah! - McQueen's back! 80 00:08:59,114 --> 00:09:03,050 - McQueen's back! McQueen's back! - Aaah! Oooh-hoo! Oooh-hah! 81 00:09:03,185 --> 00:09:04,777 McQueen's back! 82 00:09:04,886 --> 00:09:07,480 Oh, Lightning! Welcome home! 83 00:09:07,622 --> 00:09:11,149 - Good to have you back, honey! - Congratulations, man. 84 00:09:11,259 --> 00:09:12,487 Welcome home, soldier. 85 00:09:12,627 --> 00:09:14,959 The place wasn't the same without you, son. 86 00:09:15,063 --> 00:09:16,360 What? Did he go somewhere? 87 00:09:16,395 --> 00:09:17,657 What? Did he go somewhere? 88 00:09:17,798 --> 00:09:21,199 It's good to be home, everybody. 89 00:09:21,302 --> 00:09:22,701 - Mater! - McQueen! 90 00:09:22,937 --> 00:09:24,199 - Mater! - McQueen! 91 00:09:24,305 --> 00:09:25,897 Oooh! 92 00:09:27,208 --> 00:09:29,676 Whoooa! 93 00:09:30,411 --> 00:09:32,709 Hey, how far did you make it this time, Otis? 94 00:09:32,847 --> 00:09:36,715 - Halfway to the county line. - Ooh, not bad, man! 95 00:09:36,851 --> 00:09:38,409 I know! I can't believe it either! 96 00:09:38,519 --> 00:09:42,387 - McQueen! Welcome back! - Mater, it's so good to see you. 97 00:09:42,490 --> 00:09:43,718 You too, buddy. 98 00:09:43,858 --> 00:09:47,316 Oh, man, you ain't going to believe the things I got planned for us! 99 00:09:47,461 --> 00:09:48,974 These best friend greetings get longer every year! 100 00:09:49,009 --> 00:09:50,488 These best friend greetings get longer every year! 101 00:09:50,830 --> 00:09:53,143 - You ready to have some serious fun? - I've got something to show you first. 102 00:09:53,178 --> 00:09:55,457 - You ready to have some serious fun? - I've got something to show you first. 103 00:09:56,436 --> 00:09:57,596 Wow. 104 00:09:57,737 --> 00:10:00,103 I can't believe they renamed the Piston Cup 105 00:10:00,239 --> 00:10:03,333 after our very own Doc Hudson. 106 00:10:03,476 --> 00:10:05,842 I know Doc said these things were just old cups, 107 00:10:05,945 --> 00:10:10,109 but to have someone else win it just didn't feel right, you know? 108 00:10:13,653 --> 00:10:17,111 Doc would've been real proud of you. That's for sure. 109 00:10:20,292 --> 00:10:23,420 All right, pal. I've been waiting all summer for this. 110 00:10:23,529 --> 00:10:26,657 - What you got planned? - Ho-ho-ho! You sure you can handle it? 111 00:10:26,799 --> 00:10:30,235 Do you know who you're talking to? This is Lightning McQueen! 112 00:10:30,336 --> 00:10:32,304 I can handle anything. 113 00:10:32,404 --> 00:10:34,133 Er... Mater? 114 00:10:34,273 --> 00:10:37,470 Just remember, your brakes ain't going to work on these! 115 00:10:37,576 --> 00:10:39,476 - Mater? - Relax. 116 00:10:39,578 --> 00:10:42,138 These train tracks ain't been used in years! 117 00:10:42,281 --> 00:10:44,340 Aaaah! 118 00:10:44,483 --> 00:10:46,474 - Aaaah! - Faster, faster. Come on. Here we go! 119 00:10:46,585 --> 00:10:48,052 Faster! 120 00:10:51,290 --> 00:10:53,485 Ooh. Wow. 121 00:10:53,592 --> 00:10:57,050 Yeah, I don't know. Do you think? 122 00:10:57,162 --> 00:10:59,153 This is going to be good! 123 00:11:08,307 --> 00:11:10,537 Did you see that? 124 00:11:12,811 --> 00:11:14,779 Uh-oh. This ain't going to be good. 125 00:11:17,616 --> 00:11:20,585 Ha-ha! Boy, this was the best day ever! 126 00:11:20,719 --> 00:11:24,018 And my favorite souvenir, this new dent. 127 00:11:24,156 --> 00:11:27,717 - Boy, Mater, today was ah... - Shoot, that was nothing. 128 00:11:27,860 --> 00:11:30,021 Wait till you see what I got planned for tonight! 129 00:11:30,162 --> 00:11:34,496 Mater, Mater, whoa! I was thinking of just a quiet dinner. 130 00:11:34,600 --> 00:11:37,933 That's exactly what I was thinkin'. 131 00:11:38,037 --> 00:11:41,404 - No, I meant with Sally, Mater. - Even better! 132 00:11:41,540 --> 00:11:44,907 You, me and Miss Sally goin' out for supper. 133 00:11:45,010 --> 00:11:47,205 Mater, I meant it would be just me and Sally. 134 00:11:48,180 --> 00:11:51,513 - Oh. - You know, just for tonight. 135 00:11:52,251 --> 00:11:54,583 - Oh... - We'll do whatever you want tomorrow. 136 00:11:55,454 --> 00:11:56,614 OK. 137 00:11:56,755 --> 00:11:59,155 - Thanks for understanding. - Yeah, sure. 138 00:12:00,259 --> 00:12:03,228 - Y'all go on and have fun now. - All right, then. 139 00:12:03,362 --> 00:12:05,455 See you soon, amigo. 140 00:12:11,470 --> 00:12:13,529 Ah, this is so nice. 141 00:12:13,639 --> 00:12:16,574 I can't tell you how good it is to be here alone, 142 00:12:16,675 --> 00:12:18,472 just the two of us, finally. 143 00:12:18,610 --> 00:12:21,010 - You and me. Ahem! Good evening. 144 00:12:21,113 --> 00:12:22,978 - Oh! - My name is Mater, 145 00:12:23,082 --> 00:12:24,572 and I'll be your waiter. 146 00:12:24,683 --> 00:12:27,345 Mater the waiter. That's funny right there. 147 00:12:27,453 --> 00:12:29,444 Mater? You work here? 148 00:12:29,588 --> 00:12:31,419 Yeah, I work here. What'd you think? 149 00:12:31,523 --> 00:12:33,252 I snuck in here when nobody was lookin' 150 00:12:33,392 --> 00:12:35,986 and pretended to be your waiter so I could hang out with you? 151 00:12:36,095 --> 00:12:39,861 Oh, yeah. How ridiculous would that be? 152 00:12:39,998 --> 00:12:43,161 Can I start you two lovebirds off with a couple of drinks? 153 00:12:43,268 --> 00:12:47,398 - Yes. I'll have my usual. - You know what? I'll have that, too. 154 00:12:49,041 --> 00:12:51,373 Uh... Right. Your usual. 155 00:12:59,685 --> 00:13:01,585 - Thanks, man. - Grazie, Guido. 156 00:13:01,687 --> 00:13:03,245 Guido, what's McQueen's usual? 157 00:13:03,355 --> 00:13:04,515 How should I know? 158 00:13:04,656 --> 00:13:07,648 - Perfect. Give me two of them. - Quiet! My program's on. 159 00:13:07,759 --> 00:13:10,023 Tonight on the Mel Dorado Show... 160 00:13:10,129 --> 00:13:11,892 His story gripped the world. 161 00:13:12,030 --> 00:13:14,396 Oil billionaire Miles Axlerod, 162 00:13:14,500 --> 00:13:16,397 in an attempt to become the first car to circumnavigate the globe without GPS, 163 00:13:16,432 --> 00:13:18,295 in an attempt to become the first car to circumnavigate the globe without GPS, 164 00:13:18,436 --> 00:13:21,701 ironically ran out of gas, and found himself trapped in the wild. 165 00:13:21,839 --> 00:13:24,603 Feared dead, he emerged 36 days later, 166 00:13:24,709 --> 00:13:28,338 running on a fuel he distilled himself from the natural elements! 167 00:13:28,479 --> 00:13:30,504 Since then, he's sold his oil fortune, 168 00:13:30,648 --> 00:13:33,481 converted himself from a gas-guzzler into an electric car 169 00:13:33,584 --> 00:13:36,747 and has devoted his life to finding a renewable, clean-burning fuel. 170 00:13:36,888 --> 00:13:38,879 Now he claims to have done it with his allinol. 171 00:13:38,990 --> 00:13:40,487 And to show the world what his new super fuel can do 172 00:13:40,522 --> 00:13:41,984 And to show the world what his new super fuel can do 173 00:13:42,092 --> 00:13:44,322 he's created a racing competition like no other, 174 00:13:44,461 --> 00:13:46,326 inviting the greatest champions 175 00:13:46,463 --> 00:13:48,454 to battle in the first ever World Grand Prix. 176 00:13:48,565 --> 00:13:50,692 Welcome, Sir Miles Axlerod. 177 00:13:51,201 --> 00:13:52,498 Thank you, Mel. It is good to be here. Listen to me. 178 00:13:52,533 --> 00:13:53,796 Thank you, Mel. It is good to be here. Listen to me. 179 00:13:54,070 --> 00:13:57,096 Big oil. It costs a fortune. Pollution is getting worse. 180 00:13:57,207 --> 00:14:00,665 I mean, it's a fossil fuel. "Fossil," as in dead dinosaurs. 181 00:14:02,044 --> 00:14:03,511 And we all know what happened to them. 182 00:14:03,612 --> 00:14:06,342 Alternative energy is the future. Trust me, Mel. 183 00:14:06,482 --> 00:14:09,383 After seeing allinol in action at the World Grand Prix, 184 00:14:09,518 --> 00:14:13,249 nobody will ever go back to gasoline again. 185 00:14:13,356 --> 00:14:14,323 What happened to the dinosaurs, now? 186 00:14:15,723 --> 00:14:17,247 And on satellite, a World Grand Prix competitor 187 00:14:17,358 --> 00:14:20,521 and one of the fastest cars in the world, Francesco Bernoulli. 188 00:14:20,628 --> 00:14:24,086 It is an honor, Signore Dorado, for you. 189 00:14:24,198 --> 00:14:25,893 Why not invite Lightning McQueen? 190 00:14:26,034 --> 00:14:27,524 Of course we invited him, 191 00:14:27,635 --> 00:14:30,035 but apparently after his very long racing season 192 00:14:30,138 --> 00:14:32,129 he is taking time off to rest. 193 00:14:32,240 --> 00:14:35,676 The Lightning McQueen would not have a chance against Francesco. 194 00:14:35,777 --> 00:14:38,905 I can go over 300 kilometers an hour. 195 00:14:39,047 --> 00:14:43,882 In miles, that is like... way faster than McQueen. 196 00:14:44,018 --> 00:14:46,919 Let's go to the phones. Baltimore, Maryland, you're on the air. 197 00:14:47,055 --> 00:14:49,285 - Am I on? Hello? - You're on. Go ahead. 198 00:14:49,390 --> 00:14:50,687 - Hello? - Go ahead. 199 00:14:51,926 --> 00:14:54,360 Let's go to Radiator Springs. You're on, caller. 200 00:14:54,462 --> 00:14:57,192 That Italian feller you got on there 201 00:14:57,298 --> 00:14:58,193 can't talk that way about Lightning McQueen. 202 00:14:58,228 --> 00:14:59,089 Can't talk that way about Lightning McQueen. 203 00:14:59,199 --> 00:15:02,396 He's the bestest race car in the whole wide world. 204 00:15:02,536 --> 00:15:05,300 - Uh-oh. - If he is, how you say, 205 00:15:05,406 --> 00:15:08,307 "the bestest race car," then why must he rest? Huh? 206 00:15:08,409 --> 00:15:09,933 'Cause he knows what's important. 207 00:15:10,077 --> 00:15:13,638 Every now and then he prefers just to slow down, enjoy life. 208 00:15:13,781 --> 00:15:16,807 Oh! You heard it! Lightning McQueen prefers to be slow! 209 00:15:16,950 --> 00:15:18,645 This is not news to Francesco. 210 00:15:18,786 --> 00:15:21,050 When I want to go to sleep, I watch one of his races. 211 00:15:21,188 --> 00:15:22,746 After two laps, I am out cold. 212 00:15:22,856 --> 00:15:25,051 That ain't what I meant. 213 00:15:26,627 --> 00:15:28,356 McQUEEN: What's going on over there? 214 00:15:28,462 --> 00:15:31,056 He is afraid of Francesco. 215 00:15:31,165 --> 00:15:33,429 McQUEEN: That's that Italian formula car. 216 00:15:33,567 --> 00:15:36,832 - His name is... - Francesco Bernoulli. 217 00:15:36,970 --> 00:15:39,336 - No wonder there's a crowd. - Why do you know his name? 218 00:15:39,440 --> 00:15:42,238 And don't say it like that. It's three syllables, not ten. 219 00:15:42,376 --> 00:15:45,777 What? He's nice to look at. You know, open-wheeled and all. 220 00:15:45,879 --> 00:15:48,439 What's wrong with fenders? I thought you liked my fenders. 221 00:15:48,582 --> 00:15:50,111 - Let me tell you something else. - Mater? 222 00:15:50,146 --> 00:15:51,641 - Let me tell you something else. - Mater? 223 00:15:51,751 --> 00:15:54,311 McQueen could drive circles around you. 224 00:15:54,421 --> 00:15:56,389 Driving in circles is all he can-a do, no? 225 00:15:56,489 --> 00:15:57,456 No. 226 00:15:57,591 --> 00:16:01,220 I mean, yes. I mean, he could beat you anywhere. 227 00:16:01,328 --> 00:16:02,454 Any time, any track. 228 00:16:02,596 --> 00:16:04,461 Mel, can we move on? 229 00:16:04,598 --> 00:16:06,429 Francesco needs a caller who can provide 230 00:16:06,533 --> 00:16:09,764 a little more intellectual stimulation, like a dump truck. 231 00:16:09,869 --> 00:16:13,202 Ha-ha! That shows what you know. Dump trucks is dumb. 232 00:16:13,306 --> 00:16:15,467 Hey! Whoa! 233 00:16:16,009 --> 00:16:17,636 Yeah, hi. This is Lightning McQueen. 234 00:16:17,744 --> 00:16:19,678 The Lightning McQueen, huh? 235 00:16:19,813 --> 00:16:23,214 I don't appreciate my best friend being insulted like that. 236 00:16:23,316 --> 00:16:24,661 McQueen, that was your best friend? Oh! 237 00:16:24,696 --> 00:16:26,007 McQueen, that was your best friend? Oh! 238 00:16:26,118 --> 00:16:28,211 This is the difference between you and Francesco. 239 00:16:28,320 --> 00:16:30,584 Francesco knows how good he is. 240 00:16:30,689 --> 00:16:33,920 He does not need to surround himself with tow trucks to prove it. 241 00:16:34,059 --> 00:16:37,825 Those are strong words from a car that is so fragile. 242 00:16:37,930 --> 00:16:41,923 Fragile! He calls Francesco fragile! 243 00:16:42,067 --> 00:16:43,227 Not-a so fast, McQueen! 244 00:16:43,335 --> 00:16:44,548 "Not so fast. " Is that your new motto? 245 00:16:44,583 --> 00:16:45,762 "Not so fast. " Is that your new motto? 246 00:16:45,870 --> 00:16:49,806 Motto? 247 00:16:49,907 --> 00:16:53,809 This sounds like something that needs to be settled on the race course. 248 00:16:53,911 --> 00:16:57,938 What do you say, Lightning McQueen? We've got room for one more racer. 249 00:16:58,149 --> 00:17:01,448 I would love to, but my crew is off for the season, so... 250 00:17:03,454 --> 00:17:04,421 Pit stop. 251 00:17:04,522 --> 00:17:06,854 You know what? They just got back. 252 00:17:06,958 --> 00:17:08,482 Deal me in, baby. 253 00:17:08,626 --> 00:17:10,492 Ka-chow! Yeah. 254 00:17:10,527 --> 00:17:10,925 Ka-chow! Yeah. 255 00:17:13,396 --> 00:17:16,559 I know, I know. I just got back, but we won't be long. 256 00:17:16,699 --> 00:17:19,361 No, don't worry about me. I've got enough to do here. 257 00:17:19,502 --> 00:17:21,333 Mater's going to have a blast, though. 258 00:17:21,471 --> 00:17:23,166 You're bringing Mater, right? 259 00:17:23,306 --> 00:17:25,672 You never bring him to any of your races. 260 00:17:31,314 --> 00:17:32,338 Ah. 261 00:17:32,482 --> 00:17:34,780 Just let him sit in the pits. Give him a headset. 262 00:17:34,918 --> 00:17:37,182 Come on, it will be the thrill of a lifetime for him. 263 00:17:37,320 --> 00:17:39,288 - Your drink, sir. - Mater. 264 00:17:39,389 --> 00:17:40,720 I didn't taste it! 265 00:17:40,823 --> 00:17:43,553 How'd you like to come and see the world with me? 266 00:17:43,693 --> 00:17:46,526 - You mean it? - Yeah. You got me into this thing. 267 00:17:46,629 --> 00:17:48,688 - You're coming along. - All right! 268 00:17:58,575 --> 00:17:59,940 Ka-chow! 269 00:18:00,577 --> 00:18:01,372 Ha-ha! 270 00:18:01,407 --> 00:18:02,168 Ha-ha! 271 00:19:15,682 --> 00:19:16,378 Hey! 272 00:19:16,413 --> 00:19:17,074 Hey! 273 00:19:25,224 --> 00:19:26,953 Hey, excuse me! 274 00:19:27,059 --> 00:19:29,027 Domo arigato! 275 00:19:34,000 --> 00:19:35,900 Yeah! 276 00:20:01,494 --> 00:20:04,930 Guido, look. Ferraris and tires. 277 00:20:05,064 --> 00:20:08,056 - Let's go! - Ho-ho! Look at this. 278 00:20:08,167 --> 00:20:11,330 OK, now, Mater, remember, best behavior. 279 00:20:11,470 --> 00:20:13,734 - You got it, buddy. Hey, what's that? - Mater! 280 00:20:13,873 --> 00:20:15,017 Hey, McQueen! Over here. 281 00:20:15,052 --> 00:20:16,162 Hey, McQueen! Over here. 282 00:20:16,274 --> 00:20:17,366 - Lewis! - Hey, man. 283 00:20:17,475 --> 00:20:19,067 - Jeff! - Hey, Lightning. 284 00:20:19,177 --> 00:20:20,838 Can you believe this party? 285 00:20:26,284 --> 00:20:27,251 Hey. 286 00:20:28,553 --> 00:20:30,714 You done good. You got all the leaves. 287 00:20:30,855 --> 00:20:34,313 - Check out that tow truck. - Man, I wonder who that guy's with. 288 00:20:34,458 --> 00:20:36,222 Ah... Will you guys excuse me just for one little second? 289 00:20:36,257 --> 00:20:37,986 Ah... Will you guys excuse me just for one little second? 290 00:20:38,295 --> 00:20:40,092 Ho-ho! Good job! 291 00:20:40,197 --> 00:20:43,758 Mater! Listen, this isn't Radiator Springs. 292 00:20:43,901 --> 00:20:45,266 You're just realizing that? 293 00:20:45,402 --> 00:20:48,633 Oh-ho! That jet lag really done a number on you. 294 00:20:48,739 --> 00:20:51,333 Mater, things are different over here. 295 00:20:51,475 --> 00:20:55,502 Which means maybe you should, you know, act a little different, too. 296 00:20:55,612 --> 00:20:58,376 - Different than what? - Well, just help me out here. 297 00:20:58,515 --> 00:21:01,075 You need help? Shoot! Why didn't you say so? 298 00:21:01,184 --> 00:21:03,049 That's what a tow truck does. 299 00:21:03,153 --> 00:21:04,745 - Yeah, I mean... - Looky there. 300 00:21:04,888 --> 00:21:07,550 It's Mr. San Francisco. I'll introduce you. 301 00:21:07,691 --> 00:21:10,285 - Mater, no! - Look at me. I'm helping you already. 302 00:21:10,427 --> 00:21:13,089 Hey, Mr. San Francisco, I'd like you to meet... 303 00:21:13,196 --> 00:21:15,289 Ah, Lightning McQueen! Buona sera. 304 00:21:15,432 --> 00:21:18,196 - Nice to meet you, Francesco. - Nice to meet you, too. 305 00:21:18,335 --> 00:21:21,133 You are very good-looking. Not as good as I thought, but good. 306 00:21:21,238 --> 00:21:23,103 Excuse me. Can I get a picture with you? 307 00:21:23,206 --> 00:21:24,935 Anything for McQueen's friend. 308 00:21:25,042 --> 00:21:28,375 Miss Sally is going to flip when she sees this. 309 00:21:28,512 --> 00:21:31,504 She's Lightning McQueen's girlfriend. 310 00:21:31,615 --> 00:21:33,708 - Oooh! - She's a big fan of yours. 311 00:21:33,817 --> 00:21:35,682 Hey, she has-a good taste. 312 00:21:35,786 --> 00:21:39,153 Mater's prone to exaggeration. I wouldn't say she's a "big fan". 313 00:21:39,256 --> 00:21:41,588 You're right. She's a huge fan! 314 00:21:41,725 --> 00:21:44,523 She goes on and on about your open wheels. 315 00:21:44,628 --> 00:21:47,893 Mentioning it once doesn't qualify as going on and on. 316 00:21:47,998 --> 00:21:51,559 Francesco is familiar with this reaction to Francesco. 317 00:21:51,668 --> 00:21:53,727 Women respect a car that has-a nothing to hide. 318 00:21:53,837 --> 00:21:55,327 Yeah, er... 319 00:21:55,472 --> 00:21:56,996 - Let us have a toast. - Let's. 320 00:21:57,140 --> 00:22:00,041 I dedicate my win tomorrow to Miss Sally. 321 00:22:00,177 --> 00:22:01,166 Oh. Sorry. 322 00:22:01,278 --> 00:22:04,406 I already dedicated my win tomorrow to her. 323 00:22:04,548 --> 00:22:06,948 So, if we both do it, it's really not so special. 324 00:22:07,050 --> 00:22:10,451 - Besides, I don't have a drink. - I'll go get you one. 325 00:22:10,587 --> 00:22:12,987 Do you mind if I borrow a few bucks for one of them drinks? 326 00:22:13,090 --> 00:22:16,457 - They're free. - Free? Shoot, what am I doing here? 327 00:22:16,593 --> 00:22:20,586 I should probably go keep an eye on him. See you at the race. 328 00:22:20,697 --> 00:22:24,599 Yes, you will see Francesco, but not like this. 329 00:22:24,701 --> 00:22:28,330 You will see him like-a this as he drives away from you. 330 00:22:28,472 --> 00:22:29,962 Ha! That's cute. 331 00:22:30,073 --> 00:22:32,337 You had one of those made up for all the racers? 332 00:22:32,476 --> 00:22:33,602 No. 333 00:22:33,710 --> 00:22:34,972 Okay. 334 00:22:35,078 --> 00:22:38,570 - Ciao, McQueen! - He is so getting beat tomorrow! 335 00:22:38,682 --> 00:22:43,244 Ladies and gentlecars, Sir Miles Axlerod. 336 00:22:43,387 --> 00:22:47,050 It is my absolute honor to introduce to you 337 00:22:47,190 --> 00:22:51,286 the competitors in the first ever World Grand Prix. 338 00:22:51,661 --> 00:22:54,027 From Brazil, Number 8... 339 00:23:15,148 --> 00:23:16,809 - Oh, hello. - Hello. 340 00:23:16,916 --> 00:23:19,476 A Volkswagen Karmann Ghia has no radiator. 341 00:23:19,619 --> 00:23:21,280 That's because it's air-cooled. 342 00:23:21,421 --> 00:23:25,084 Great. I'm Agent Shiftwell. Holley Shiftwell from the Tokyo station. 343 00:23:25,225 --> 00:23:27,216 - I have a message from London. - Not here. 344 00:23:27,327 --> 00:23:29,227 Try the canap�s on the mezzanine. 345 00:23:33,266 --> 00:23:36,895 The lab boys analyzed the photo I sent? What did they learn about the camera? 346 00:23:37,036 --> 00:23:39,197 It appears to be a standard television camera. 347 00:23:39,305 --> 00:23:42,399 They said if you could get closer photos next time that would be great. 348 00:23:42,542 --> 00:23:43,804 This was London's message? 349 00:23:43,910 --> 00:23:46,105 Oh, no. No, sir. 350 00:23:46,246 --> 00:23:47,873 The oil platforms you were on, 351 00:23:47,981 --> 00:23:50,916 turns out they're sitting on the biggest oil reserve in the world. 352 00:23:51,050 --> 00:23:52,244 How did we miss that? 353 00:23:52,352 --> 00:23:54,320 They've scrambled everyone's satellites. 354 00:23:54,454 --> 00:23:56,649 The Americans discovered it just before you did. 355 00:23:56,756 --> 00:23:59,657 They placed an agent on that platform under deep cover. 356 00:23:59,759 --> 00:24:02,887 He was able to get a photo of the car who's running the entire operation. 357 00:24:02,996 --> 00:24:03,963 Great. 358 00:24:04,097 --> 00:24:06,429 Who is it? Has anyone seen the photo yet? 359 00:24:06,566 --> 00:24:07,931 Nope, not yet. 360 00:24:08,067 --> 00:24:10,729 The American is here tonight to pass it to you. 361 00:24:10,870 --> 00:24:12,360 He'll signal you when he's ready. 362 00:24:12,505 --> 00:24:14,029 Good, good. 363 00:24:14,874 --> 00:24:16,171 Oh, no. 364 00:24:18,077 --> 00:24:19,942 - What is it? - Change of plan. 365 00:24:20,079 --> 00:24:21,944 - You're meeting the American. - What? Me? 366 00:24:22,081 --> 00:24:24,276 Those thugs down there were on the oil platform. 367 00:24:24,384 --> 00:24:26,375 If they see me, the mission is compromised. 368 00:24:26,519 --> 00:24:31,547 No, I'm technical. I'm in diagnostics. I'm... I'm not a field agent. 369 00:24:31,658 --> 00:24:32,647 You are now. 370 00:24:36,963 --> 00:24:38,692 I'll take one of them. Thank you. 371 00:24:38,798 --> 00:24:41,323 Never know which one McQueen will have a hankering for. 372 00:24:44,304 --> 00:24:48,297 Hey. What you got here that's free? How about that pistachio ice cream? 373 00:24:49,609 --> 00:24:51,975 - No, no, wasabi. - Same old same old. 374 00:24:52,111 --> 00:24:54,773 What's up with you? That looks delicious! 375 00:24:59,519 --> 00:25:01,885 Er... little more, please. It is free, right? 376 00:25:01,988 --> 00:25:04,081 Keep it coming. A little more. 377 00:25:04,190 --> 00:25:05,817 Come on, let's go. It's free. 378 00:25:05,958 --> 00:25:07,755 You're gettin' there. Scoop, scoop. 379 00:25:07,860 --> 00:25:10,454 There ya go! Now that's a scoop of ice cream! 380 00:25:11,664 --> 00:25:13,393 My condolences. 381 00:25:13,800 --> 00:25:16,633 And now our last competitor. 382 00:25:16,769 --> 00:25:20,364 Number 95, Lightning McQueen! 383 00:25:20,473 --> 00:25:21,701 Ka-chow! 384 00:25:21,808 --> 00:25:24,402 Thank you so much for having us, Sir Axlerod. 385 00:25:24,544 --> 00:25:27,980 I really look forward to racing. This is a great opportunity. 386 00:25:28,081 --> 00:25:30,413 Oh, the pleasure is all ours, Lightning. 387 00:25:30,550 --> 00:25:33,644 You and your team bring excellence and professionalism 388 00:25:33,753 --> 00:25:34,845 to this competition. 389 00:25:38,891 --> 00:25:41,018 Somebody get me water! Aah! 390 00:25:41,160 --> 00:25:43,424 Oh, sweet relief. Sweet relief. 391 00:25:51,104 --> 00:25:56,940 Whatever you do, do not eat the free pistachio ice cream. 392 00:25:57,443 --> 00:25:59,377 It has turned. 393 00:25:59,479 --> 00:26:01,743 Sir Axlerod, I can explain. 394 00:26:01,848 --> 00:26:04,544 - This is Mater. He's... - I know him. 395 00:26:04,684 --> 00:26:07,209 This is the bloke that called in to the television show. 396 00:26:07,320 --> 00:26:10,050 - You're the one I have to thank. - No, thank you. 397 00:26:10,189 --> 00:26:11,816 This trip's been amazin'. 398 00:26:11,924 --> 00:26:14,290 Ah. He's a little excited, isn't he? 399 00:26:14,427 --> 00:26:17,760 - Mater! - But wait, I... Oh, shoot. 400 00:26:17,864 --> 00:26:20,059 - Mater. - Has anyone got a towel? 401 00:26:20,199 --> 00:26:22,667 Mater, get a hold of yourself. You're making a scene! 402 00:26:22,802 --> 00:26:27,239 - But I never leak oil. Never. - Go take care of yourself right now! 403 00:26:30,910 --> 00:26:34,209 Comin' through! Leakin' oil. Where's the bathroom? Thank you. 404 00:26:35,047 --> 00:26:37,277 I gotta go. Oh, er... 405 00:26:40,086 --> 00:26:41,075 Er... 406 00:26:41,187 --> 00:26:43,178 Sorry, ladies. 407 00:26:43,289 --> 00:26:46,156 I'm leakin'. I never leak. I never leak. 408 00:26:46,259 --> 00:26:48,955 I never leak, I never leak, I never leak. 409 00:26:49,061 --> 00:26:51,894 Oh, oh, I never leak. Oooh! 410 00:26:52,031 --> 00:26:54,022 I never leak, I never leak, never... 411 00:26:54,133 --> 00:26:56,067 Wow-wee! 412 00:27:01,808 --> 00:27:03,776 What in the? 413 00:27:14,020 --> 00:27:15,282 Hey, that tickles! 414 00:27:19,659 --> 00:27:21,183 Waaargh! 415 00:27:28,835 --> 00:27:32,635 Okay, McMissile. I'm here. It's time for the drop. 416 00:27:36,309 --> 00:27:39,745 OK, so, the American has activated his tracking beacon. 417 00:27:39,879 --> 00:27:41,403 Roger that. Move in. 418 00:27:56,095 --> 00:27:57,153 Stop! Hey! 419 00:28:15,681 --> 00:28:18,115 - Oh, you've got to be joking. - What's the problem? 420 00:28:18,217 --> 00:28:19,980 - He's in the loo. - So, go in! 421 00:28:20,119 --> 00:28:22,747 - I can't go into the men's loo! - Time is of the essence. 422 00:28:22,889 --> 00:28:24,857 All right. 423 00:28:31,297 --> 00:28:36,257 Oh! Whatever you do, I would not go in there! 424 00:28:37,904 --> 00:28:40,464 Hey! A Gremlin and a Pacer! 425 00:28:40,573 --> 00:28:42,131 No offense to your makes and models, 426 00:28:42,241 --> 00:28:44,903 but you break down harder than my cousin Betsy 427 00:28:45,011 --> 00:28:46,876 after she got left at the altar! 428 00:28:46,979 --> 00:28:49,209 What the? Whoa. Are you OK? 429 00:28:49,348 --> 00:28:51,373 - I'm fine. - Hey! Tow truck! 430 00:28:51,517 --> 00:28:54,953 We'd like to get to our private business here, if you don't mind. 431 00:28:55,054 --> 00:28:56,521 Oh, yeah, sorry. 432 00:28:56,622 --> 00:28:59,113 Don't let me get in the way of your private business. 433 00:28:59,225 --> 00:29:02,956 Oh, a little advice. When you hear a giggle and see that waterfall, 434 00:29:03,062 --> 00:29:04,927 you best press that green button. 435 00:29:05,031 --> 00:29:07,158 - Thank you. - It's to adjust the temperature. 436 00:29:07,266 --> 00:29:09,826 - Got it. - And it's in Celsius, not Fahrenheit. 437 00:29:09,969 --> 00:29:11,368 Get out of here! 438 00:29:11,470 --> 00:29:15,531 All right, then. And when she starts gigglin', prepare to be squirted. 439 00:29:16,442 --> 00:29:18,307 'Scuse me, ma'am. 440 00:29:18,411 --> 00:29:20,311 Dad-gum pistachio ice cream. 441 00:29:20,413 --> 00:29:24,008 - This cannot be him. Is he American? 442 00:29:24,150 --> 00:29:26,448 Look out, ladies. Mater's fittin' to get funky. 443 00:29:26,586 --> 00:29:28,918 - Extremely. - Then it's him. 444 00:29:29,555 --> 00:29:31,022 - Hello. - Well, hello. 445 00:29:31,157 --> 00:29:33,785 A Volkswagen Karmann Ghia has no radiator. 446 00:29:33,893 --> 00:29:36,453 Well, of course it doesn't. That's 'cause it's air-cooled. 447 00:29:36,596 --> 00:29:39,326 Perfect. Erm... I'm from the Tokyo Station. 448 00:29:39,432 --> 00:29:42,128 'Course, Karmann Ghias weren't the only ones. 449 00:29:42,234 --> 00:29:46,000 Besides the Beetles, you had Type 3 Squarebacks with the Pancake motors. 450 00:29:46,105 --> 00:29:48,403 - Yeah, OK. I get it. - And before both of them 451 00:29:48,507 --> 00:29:50,202 there's the Type 2 buses. 452 00:29:50,309 --> 00:29:52,436 - My buddy Fillmore's one of them. - Listen! 453 00:29:52,578 --> 00:29:54,273 Erm... We should find somewhere more private. 454 00:29:55,247 --> 00:29:57,147 Gee, don't you think that's a little? 455 00:29:57,249 --> 00:30:00,275 You're right. Impossible to know which areas here are compromised. 456 00:30:00,419 --> 00:30:02,580 - So, when can I see you again? - Well, let's see. 457 00:30:02,688 --> 00:30:05,452 - Tomorrow I'll be out there at the races. - Got it. 458 00:30:05,591 --> 00:30:06,990 We'll rendezvous then. 459 00:30:08,127 --> 00:30:10,891 - There you are. Where have you been? - What's a "rendezvous"? 460 00:30:11,030 --> 00:30:12,793 - Er... It's like a date. - A date? 461 00:30:12,898 --> 00:30:14,297 Mater, what's going on? 462 00:30:14,433 --> 00:30:17,163 What's going on is I got me a date tomorrow. 463 00:30:17,269 --> 00:30:19,169 Guido don't believe you. 464 00:30:19,271 --> 00:30:22,297 Believe it. My new girlfriend just said so. 465 00:30:22,441 --> 00:30:25,410 Hey, there she is. Hey! Hey, lady! 466 00:30:25,511 --> 00:30:27,376 See you tomorrow! 467 00:30:27,480 --> 00:30:29,914 Guido still don't believe you. 468 00:30:32,018 --> 00:30:35,852 - I got to admit, you tricked us real good. - And we don't like being tricked. 469 00:30:35,955 --> 00:30:37,786 What's so funny? 470 00:30:37,890 --> 00:30:41,986 Well, I was just wearing a disguise. You guys are stuck looking like that. 471 00:30:44,563 --> 00:30:48,090 Allinol? Thanks, fellas. I hear this stuff is good for you. 472 00:30:48,234 --> 00:30:49,997 So you think. 473 00:30:50,102 --> 00:30:52,593 Allinol by itself is good for you. 474 00:30:56,709 --> 00:30:59,041 But after microscopic examination 475 00:30:59,145 --> 00:31:01,807 I have found that it has one small weakness. 476 00:31:01,914 --> 00:31:04,712 When hit with an electromagnetic pulse, 477 00:31:04,817 --> 00:31:07,809 it becomes extremely dangerous. 478 00:31:07,920 --> 00:31:09,717 Smile for the camera. 479 00:31:09,889 --> 00:31:11,880 Is that all you want? I got a whole act. 480 00:31:11,991 --> 00:31:15,483 You were very interested in this camera on the oil platform. 481 00:31:15,594 --> 00:31:19,530 Now, you will witness what it really does. 482 00:31:19,665 --> 00:31:23,260 - Whatever you say, Professor. - You talked up a lot of cars last night. 483 00:31:23,369 --> 00:31:25,564 - Which one's your associate? - Your mother. 484 00:31:25,705 --> 00:31:29,232 Oh, no, I'm sorry, it was your sister. I can't tell them apart these days. 485 00:31:29,341 --> 00:31:31,104 Could I start it now, Professor Z? 486 00:31:31,210 --> 00:31:33,235 Go 50�% power. 487 00:31:34,480 --> 00:31:39,144 This camera is actually an electromagnetic pulse emitter. 488 00:31:39,285 --> 00:31:41,185 What about her? Did you give it to her? 489 00:31:41,320 --> 00:31:44,585 The allinol is now heating to a boil, 490 00:31:44,724 --> 00:31:49,559 dramatically expanding, causing the engine block to crack under the stress, 491 00:31:49,695 --> 00:31:52,129 forcing oil into the combustion chamber. 492 00:31:52,231 --> 00:31:54,096 How about him? Did you talk to him? 493 00:31:55,568 --> 00:31:57,763 What do I care? I can replace an engine block. 494 00:31:57,937 --> 00:32:01,202 You may be able to, but after full impact of the pulse... 495 00:32:01,340 --> 00:32:04,776 unfortunately... there will be nothing to replace. 496 00:32:05,444 --> 00:32:07,912 How about him? Does he have it? 497 00:32:11,984 --> 00:32:13,952 That's him. He's the one. 498 00:32:14,420 --> 00:32:16,285 - Roger that, Professor Z. - No! 499 00:32:16,388 --> 00:32:17,412 Yes, sir. 500 00:32:17,556 --> 00:32:21,424 We believe the infiltrator has passed along sensitive information. 501 00:32:21,927 --> 00:32:24,725 I will take care of it before any damage can be done. 502 00:32:26,232 --> 00:32:27,790 The project is still on schedule. 503 00:32:27,967 --> 00:32:31,368 You will find the second agent and kill him. 504 00:32:42,081 --> 00:32:45,107 Japan, land of the rising sun, 505 00:32:45,217 --> 00:32:47,742 where ancient tradition meets modern technology. 506 00:32:47,853 --> 00:32:49,748 Welcome to the inaugural running of the World Grand Prix. 507 00:32:49,783 --> 00:32:51,643 Welcome to the inaugural running of the World Grand Prix. 508 00:32:51,754 --> 00:32:53,847 I'm Brent Mustangburger with racing legends 509 00:32:53,956 --> 00:32:55,981 Darrell Cartrip and David Hobbscap. 510 00:32:56,092 --> 00:32:57,353 There's never been a competition like this before. 511 00:32:57,388 --> 00:32:58,615 There's never been a competition like this before. 512 00:32:58,726 --> 00:33:00,990 First, allinol, making its debut tonight 513 00:33:01,095 --> 00:33:04,121 as the required fuel for all these great champions. 514 00:33:04,231 --> 00:33:06,062 Second, the course itself. 515 00:33:06,167 --> 00:33:07,345 And it's like nothing we've ever seen before. 516 00:33:07,380 --> 00:33:08,524 And it's like nothing we've ever seen before. 517 00:33:08,634 --> 00:33:11,102 David, how exactly does this competition work? 518 00:33:11,204 --> 00:33:15,436 All three of these street courses are classic round-the-house racetracks. 519 00:33:15,575 --> 00:33:17,440 This means that the LMP and formula cars 520 00:33:17,577 --> 00:33:19,977 should break out of the gate in spectacular fashion. 521 00:33:20,079 --> 00:33:22,843 Look for Francesco Bernoulli, in particular, to lead early. 522 00:33:23,015 --> 00:33:25,950 And with technical turns throughout, GT and touring cars, 523 00:33:26,052 --> 00:33:28,452 like Spain's Miguel Camino, should make up ground 524 00:33:28,588 --> 00:33:30,556 but I doubt it'll be enough to stop Francesco 525 00:33:30,656 --> 00:33:33,454 from absolutely running away with it. 526 00:33:33,593 --> 00:33:35,083 Whoa now. Hold your horsepower. 527 00:33:35,228 --> 00:33:37,059 You forget the most important factor - 528 00:33:37,163 --> 00:33:39,028 that early dirt track section of the course. 529 00:33:39,131 --> 00:33:42,066 The dirt is supposed to be the equalizer in this race. 530 00:33:42,201 --> 00:33:44,362 French rally car Raoul �aRoule 531 00:33:44,470 --> 00:33:46,563 is counting on a big boost through there. 532 00:33:46,672 --> 00:33:48,606 And don't forget Lightning McQueen. 533 00:33:48,708 --> 00:33:50,300 His mentor, the Hudson Hornet, 534 00:33:50,443 --> 00:33:53,037 was one of the greatest dirt track racers of all time. 535 00:33:53,145 --> 00:33:56,842 In my opinion, McQueen is the best all-around racer in this competition. 536 00:33:57,016 --> 00:33:59,314 Really, Darrell, you need to clean your windshield. 537 00:33:59,452 --> 00:34:03,115 You're clearly not seeing this for what it is: Francesco's race to lose. 538 00:34:03,256 --> 00:34:06,453 It's time to find out. The racers are locking into the grid. 539 00:34:13,666 --> 00:34:15,678 McQUEEN: Speed. I am speed. 540 00:34:15,713 --> 00:34:17,691 McQUEEN: Speed. I am speed. 541 00:34:18,870 --> 00:34:20,201 Really? You are speed? 542 00:34:20,304 --> 00:34:23,239 Then Francesco is triple speed. 543 00:34:23,341 --> 00:34:27,038 Francesco is triple speed. 544 00:34:27,145 --> 00:34:28,475 Ho-ho! Francesco likes-a this McQueen. 545 00:34:28,510 --> 00:34:29,806 Ho-ho! Francesco likes-a this McQueen. 546 00:34:29,914 --> 00:34:32,815 It's-a really getting him into the zone. 547 00:34:32,917 --> 00:34:35,852 He is so getting beat today. 548 00:35:05,614 --> 00:35:08,447 - Your suspension sets look good. - Tire pressure is excellent! 549 00:35:08,551 --> 00:35:10,079 - He's got plenty of fuel. - And he's awesome. 550 00:35:10,114 --> 00:35:11,608 - He's got plenty of fuel. - And he's awesome. 551 00:35:19,994 --> 00:35:23,452 - Why is he in the pits? He's so exposed. - It's his cover. 552 00:35:23,564 --> 00:35:26,590 One of the best I've seen, too. Look at the detail on that rust. 553 00:35:26,734 --> 00:35:28,099 It must have cost him a fortune. 554 00:35:28,202 --> 00:35:31,296 - But why hasn't he contacted us yet? - There's probably heat on him. 555 00:35:31,405 --> 00:35:33,305 - Be patient. - Right, of course. 556 00:35:33,407 --> 00:35:36,570 - He'll signal us when he can. - Then we find out who's behind all this. 557 00:35:36,711 --> 00:35:41,148 As they head into the palace hairpin, Francesco builds an early lead. 558 00:35:41,248 --> 00:35:43,739 Hang on, boys. Here comes the dirt. 559 00:35:43,851 --> 00:35:45,375 Slipping and sliding, baby. 560 00:35:45,519 --> 00:35:47,111 McQueen, it's time to make your move! 561 00:35:48,488 --> 00:35:50,615 Get on the outside and show 'im what Doc taught you. 562 00:35:52,025 --> 00:35:53,185 10-4, Mater. 563 00:35:54,361 --> 00:35:57,228 Oh, boy! Francesco's brought to a screeching halt! 564 00:35:57,364 --> 00:36:00,561 Lightning McQueen is the first to take advantage. 565 00:36:01,034 --> 00:36:04,299 And just like that, folks, Francesco's lead is left in the dust. 566 00:36:06,206 --> 00:36:07,602 McQUEEN: Nice call, Mater. Keep it up. 567 00:36:07,637 --> 00:36:08,998 McQUEEN: Nice call, Mater. Keep it up. 568 00:36:09,108 --> 00:36:10,575 Whoo-hoo! 569 00:36:10,677 --> 00:36:13,737 McQueen looks happier than a roll bar at a demolition derby! 570 00:36:15,448 --> 00:36:18,576 Everyone's jostling for position as we hit the asphalt again. 571 00:36:18,685 --> 00:36:21,210 Francesco lost a lot of momentum in the dirt. 572 00:36:26,626 --> 00:36:30,528 He's got serious work ahead of him if he wants to get back in this race. 573 00:36:30,630 --> 00:36:34,623 The racers hit the Rainbow Bridge, with its 360-degree loop. 574 00:36:47,413 --> 00:36:49,574 It is time. - Roger that. 575 00:36:57,190 --> 00:36:59,590 Oh! Miguel Camino has blown an engine! 576 00:36:59,692 --> 00:37:02,957 Very unusual, Darrell. He's been so consistent all year. 577 00:37:04,697 --> 00:37:06,392 - You gotta be kidding me. - What is it? 578 00:37:06,499 --> 00:37:08,763 - The tow truck from the bathroom. - The bathroom? 579 00:37:08,868 --> 00:37:11,029 The one the American agent passed the device to. 580 00:37:11,204 --> 00:37:13,468 - What about him? - He's in the pits! 581 00:37:13,606 --> 00:37:15,301 Not for long. 582 00:37:17,310 --> 00:37:19,642 - Hold on. I think I've got something. - What is it? 583 00:37:19,746 --> 00:37:20,425 The Pacer from the party last night. 584 00:37:20,460 --> 00:37:21,104 The Pacer from the party last night. 585 00:37:21,847 --> 00:37:24,907 I'm cross-referencing with the photos from the oil derricks. 586 00:37:25,050 --> 00:37:26,677 Yep. His VIN numbers match. 587 00:37:26,785 --> 00:37:28,685 Anyone with him? He won't be alone. 588 00:37:29,621 --> 00:37:32,613 Conducting analysis on the target. He's not the only one here. 589 00:37:32,724 --> 00:37:36,524 Three, five... They're everywhere. And they're all closing in on... 590 00:37:36,962 --> 00:37:38,896 Oh, no! Finn? Finn, where are you? 591 00:37:39,031 --> 00:37:40,623 Get him out of the pits. Now! 592 00:37:40,732 --> 00:37:43,530 Wow! Some of them fellers is really loud! 593 00:37:43,668 --> 00:37:46,034 Can you hear me? Over. - What? 594 00:37:46,138 --> 00:37:48,800 Get out of the pit now! Do you hear me? 595 00:37:48,907 --> 00:37:52,343 Hey. I know you! You're that girl from the party last night. 596 00:37:52,477 --> 00:37:54,206 You wanna do our date now? 597 00:37:54,312 --> 00:37:57,247 Guys, too much chatter. Let's keep this line clear. 598 00:37:57,349 --> 00:37:59,283 Smoke from number 10, Clutchgoneski! 599 00:37:59,384 --> 00:38:00,510 Ha-ha-ha! 600 00:38:00,652 --> 00:38:03,712 There's no time for messing about! Get out of the pits! 601 00:38:03,855 --> 00:38:07,291 Is there going to be cable where you is so I can watch the rest of the race? 602 00:38:07,392 --> 00:38:10,520 You're running out of time! - They're coming. Get him out of there! 603 00:38:10,662 --> 00:38:12,926 I'm trying. Get out now. 604 00:38:13,065 --> 00:38:17,126 I usually like to have a proper detailin' done before I meet a lady friend. 605 00:38:21,106 --> 00:38:22,073 Huh? 606 00:38:24,543 --> 00:38:27,512 - Finn McMissile! But you're dead! - Then this shouldn't hurt. 607 00:38:40,158 --> 00:38:41,557 Miss Shiftwell? 608 00:38:41,693 --> 00:38:43,957 I've got him in the back alleys east of the garages. 609 00:38:44,095 --> 00:38:46,393 Multiple assailants are closing in quickly. 610 00:38:46,531 --> 00:38:48,499 Keep him moving. I'm on my way. 611 00:38:50,835 --> 00:38:52,860 Hey, new lady friend, you like flowers? 612 00:38:52,971 --> 00:38:53,938 What? 613 00:38:54,038 --> 00:38:56,506 No! Don't go in anywhere. Just keep moving. 614 00:38:56,608 --> 00:38:58,576 - Stay outside. Got you. - Outside? 615 00:38:59,777 --> 00:39:01,904 Whoa! McQueen suddenly moves to the outside. 616 00:39:04,382 --> 00:39:06,077 I cannot believe what I saw. 617 00:39:06,184 --> 00:39:09,017 That was a bonehead move to open up the inside like that! 618 00:39:09,153 --> 00:39:11,018 That might have cost McQueen the victory! 619 00:39:30,174 --> 00:39:32,802 This time, I'm going to make sure you stay dead! 620 00:39:34,012 --> 00:39:36,378 You're doing brilliantly. Now just stay focused. 621 00:39:36,481 --> 00:39:38,949 What's that? You want me to head toward that ruckus? 622 00:39:39,050 --> 00:39:41,018 No! Don't go down that street. 623 00:39:46,357 --> 00:39:47,324 Ohh! 624 00:39:51,863 --> 00:39:52,852 Hi-yah! 625 00:39:53,131 --> 00:39:55,361 Wow! A live karate demonstration! 626 00:39:55,466 --> 00:39:57,764 Stop it, Mater. Just sign off. 627 00:40:00,505 --> 00:40:01,870 Aaargh! 628 00:40:04,976 --> 00:40:06,739 And here they come, the two leaders. 629 00:40:06,844 --> 00:40:09,142 Bumper to bumper as they approach the finish line! 630 00:40:15,253 --> 00:40:17,380 - It's close! Francesco's the winner! 631 00:40:17,488 --> 00:40:19,080 McQueen's number two. 632 00:40:21,426 --> 00:40:24,486 That was cool! Can I get your autograph? 633 00:40:30,868 --> 00:40:32,267 Where'd he go? 634 00:40:32,437 --> 00:40:35,372 Our rendezvous has been jeopardized. Keep the device safe. 635 00:40:35,473 --> 00:40:38,840 - We'll be in touch. - Dad-gum, did I miss our date? 636 00:40:44,248 --> 00:40:45,875 - Francesco! - Francesco, over here. 637 00:40:46,017 --> 00:40:47,484 What was your strategy today? 638 00:40:47,618 --> 00:40:50,382 Strategia? Francesco needs-a no strategy. 639 00:40:50,488 --> 00:40:51,614 It's-a very simple. 640 00:40:51,723 --> 00:40:55,716 You start the race, wait for Lightning McQueen to choke, pass him, then win. 641 00:40:55,860 --> 00:40:58,124 Francesco always-a wins. It's-a boring. 642 00:40:58,262 --> 00:41:00,492 You were in trouble for a while. 643 00:41:00,631 --> 00:41:02,531 That dirt track section had you crawling. 644 00:41:02,667 --> 00:41:05,379 To truly crush one's dream, you must first raise their hopes very high. 645 00:41:05,414 --> 00:41:08,092 To truly crush one's dream, you must first raise their hopes very high. 646 00:41:09,237 --> 00:41:12,070 - Mater! - Hey, McQueen! What happened? 647 00:41:12,174 --> 00:41:14,199 Is the race over? You won, right? 648 00:41:14,309 --> 00:41:16,675 Why were you yelling at me while I was racing? 649 00:41:16,778 --> 00:41:20,646 Yelling? Oh, you thought... That's funny right there. 650 00:41:20,749 --> 00:41:23,047 No, that's 'cause I seen these two fellers doing 651 00:41:23,151 --> 00:41:25,210 some karate street performance. 652 00:41:25,320 --> 00:41:27,754 It was nutso. One of 'em even had a flame-thrower. 653 00:41:27,889 --> 00:41:30,289 A flame-thrower? What are you talking about? 654 00:41:30,459 --> 00:41:33,155 - I don't understand. Where were you? - Going to meet my date. 655 00:41:33,295 --> 00:41:34,819 Your date? 656 00:41:34,930 --> 00:41:37,956 She started talkin' to me as a voice in my head, tellin' me where to go. 657 00:41:38,100 --> 00:41:40,159 - What? - Wait a minute. 658 00:41:40,302 --> 00:41:43,897 - I didn't screw ya up, did I? - I lost the race because of you! 659 00:41:44,005 --> 00:41:46,473 Oh. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to. 660 00:41:46,575 --> 00:41:49,567 An imaginary girlfriend? Flame-throwers? 661 00:41:49,711 --> 00:41:52,942 This is exactly why I don't bring you along to these things. 662 00:41:53,081 --> 00:41:55,140 Maybe if I, I don't know, 663 00:41:55,283 --> 00:41:58,480 talk to somebody and explained what happened, I could help. 664 00:41:58,587 --> 00:42:02,045 I don't need your help! I don't want your help! 665 00:42:03,158 --> 00:42:04,955 Hey, there he is! 666 00:42:06,727 --> 00:42:09,491 - McQueen, you had it in the bag! - Yeah! What happened? 667 00:42:09,597 --> 00:42:11,155 I made a mistake. 668 00:42:11,332 --> 00:42:13,131 But I can assure you, it won't happen again. 669 00:42:13,166 --> 00:42:14,930 But I can assure you, it won't happen again. 670 00:42:17,536 --> 00:42:21,097 Look, we know what the problem is and we've taken care of it. 671 00:42:22,975 --> 00:42:26,206 Lightning McQueen loses in the last lap to Francesco Bernoulli 672 00:42:26,345 --> 00:42:28,779 in the first race of the World Grand Prix. 673 00:42:28,914 --> 00:42:31,712 And three - count 'em - three cars flamed out 674 00:42:31,817 --> 00:42:35,378 leaving some to suggest that their fuel, allinol, might be to blame. 675 00:42:35,554 --> 00:42:38,955 Allinol is safe. Alternative fuel is safe. 676 00:42:39,058 --> 00:42:42,494 There is no way my fuel caused these cars to flame out. 677 00:42:42,595 --> 00:42:45,996 The jury may still be out on whether allinol caused these accidents, 678 00:42:46,132 --> 00:42:47,394 but one thing's for sure, 679 00:42:47,566 --> 00:42:50,000 Lightning McQueen blew this race. 680 00:42:50,136 --> 00:42:52,696 Team McQueen can't be happy right now. 681 00:43:01,613 --> 00:43:05,208 Welcome to Tokyo International Airport. 682 00:43:23,835 --> 00:43:26,668 - Come with me, please, sir. - But I'm 'onna miss my plane. 683 00:43:26,805 --> 00:43:29,569 - Right this way. - Ah, doggone it. 684 00:43:29,674 --> 00:43:31,539 This is about my hook, ain't it? 685 00:43:31,643 --> 00:43:34,544 I know I should have checked it, but I can't, really. 686 00:43:34,646 --> 00:43:37,080 Look. It's attached to me. 687 00:43:37,215 --> 00:43:40,548 Hey, I know you. You're that feller from the karate demonstration. 688 00:43:40,652 --> 00:43:42,882 I never properly introduced myself. 689 00:43:43,021 --> 00:43:45,387 Finn McMissile. British Intelligence. 690 00:43:45,490 --> 00:43:48,357 Tow Mater. Average intelligence. 691 00:43:48,460 --> 00:43:51,054 Who are you with? FBI? CIA? 692 00:43:51,196 --> 00:43:54,188 Let's just say I'm AAA affiliated. 693 00:43:54,299 --> 00:43:56,460 I know some karate. 694 00:43:56,635 --> 00:44:00,093 I don't want to brag or nuttin', but I got me a black fan belt. 695 00:44:00,238 --> 00:44:03,173 - Wanna see some moves I made up? - You're being followed. 696 00:44:03,275 --> 00:44:06,108 This first one, I can reach into a car's hood 697 00:44:06,244 --> 00:44:08,974 pull out his battery, and show it to him before he stalls. 698 00:44:09,080 --> 00:44:13,210 I call it, "What I accidentally did to my friend Luigi once. " 699 00:44:13,318 --> 00:44:15,013 Hey! Hi-yah-pah! 700 00:44:15,120 --> 00:44:17,088 - Hi-yah! - There he is! 701 00:44:17,956 --> 00:44:19,924 Hi-hi-tah! Huh! 702 00:44:20,892 --> 00:44:23,622 Look, I probably ought to go. I'm about to miss my flight. 703 00:44:23,728 --> 00:44:25,923 - Don't worry. I've taken care of that. - Whoa! 704 00:44:26,064 --> 00:44:27,725 Hang on! 705 00:44:28,900 --> 00:44:31,061 Whoa-hah-hah! 706 00:44:31,169 --> 00:44:33,330 This is first-class service. 707 00:44:33,471 --> 00:44:36,065 You don't even have to go through the terminal! 708 00:44:37,642 --> 00:44:39,735 Your karate partners is back there. 709 00:44:39,844 --> 00:44:42,005 They look like they tryin' to catch up! 710 00:44:42,113 --> 00:44:44,604 Drive forward. Whatever you do, don't stop! 711 00:44:47,285 --> 00:44:49,515 - Whoa! - Whoa! 712 00:44:59,331 --> 00:45:01,299 Whoa... 713 00:45:07,806 --> 00:45:09,273 Is everything okay back there? 714 00:45:09,374 --> 00:45:11,433 Finn, it's Sid. I'm on approach. 715 00:45:11,543 --> 00:45:13,238 Roger that. 716 00:45:15,180 --> 00:45:18,308 'Member that whole thing about me not stoppin' no matter what? 717 00:45:23,555 --> 00:45:24,954 I knew I shoulda done carry-on! 718 00:45:25,090 --> 00:45:27,081 Thanks, old boy. 719 00:45:27,192 --> 00:45:29,387 - You got it, mate. Hey, doggonit! 720 00:45:29,527 --> 00:45:31,392 Look, it's my imaginary girlfriend! 721 00:45:31,529 --> 00:45:33,053 Come on! Get in here! 722 00:45:33,164 --> 00:45:36,861 I tell you what, you really do want this first date, don't ya? 723 00:45:36,968 --> 00:45:38,993 That's a no-quit attitude right there. 724 00:45:39,137 --> 00:45:40,468 What the? 725 00:45:43,375 --> 00:45:45,468 - Aargh! Hold on, Sid. 726 00:45:55,153 --> 00:45:56,120 Aargh! 727 00:46:03,227 --> 00:46:05,286 Come on, Finn! It's now or never! 728 00:46:09,767 --> 00:46:11,735 Hold on! 729 00:46:13,704 --> 00:46:16,338 By the time you read this, I will be safely on an airplane flying home. 730 00:46:16,373 --> 00:46:18,238 By the time you read this, I will be safely on an airplane flying home. 731 00:46:18,708 --> 00:46:20,335 I'm so sorry for what I did. 732 00:46:20,443 --> 00:46:23,503 McQUEEN: "I don't want to be the cause of you losing any more races. 733 00:46:23,613 --> 00:46:27,140 "I want you to go prove to the world what I already know. 734 00:46:27,250 --> 00:46:30,583 "That you are the greatest race car in the whole wide world. 735 00:46:30,754 --> 00:46:33,154 "Your best friend, Mater. " 736 00:46:33,256 --> 00:46:35,224 I didn't really want him to leave. 737 00:46:35,358 --> 00:46:37,622 Wait, there's more here. 738 00:46:37,794 --> 00:46:40,456 "PS. Please tell the hotel 739 00:46:40,597 --> 00:46:42,792 "I didn't mean to order that movie. 740 00:46:42,899 --> 00:46:47,529 "I thought it was just a preview and I didn't realize I was paying for it. 741 00:46:47,637 --> 00:46:50,629 "PPS. That's funny right there. PP." 742 00:46:50,774 --> 00:46:52,169 There are a few more pages of PS's here. 743 00:46:52,204 --> 00:46:53,564 There are a few more pages of PS's here. 744 00:46:53,675 --> 00:46:57,202 Well, at least I know if he's at home, he'll be safe. 745 00:46:59,414 --> 00:47:01,314 That's how I like to start the day. 746 00:47:01,416 --> 00:47:04,044 You never feel more alive than when you're almost dead. 747 00:47:04,186 --> 00:47:06,177 Yeah. I hope that device didn't fall off. 748 00:47:06,288 --> 00:47:07,516 Whoa! 749 00:47:07,622 --> 00:47:10,250 That's the closest I ever been to missin' my flight. 750 00:47:10,392 --> 00:47:11,238 That was... Oh! 751 00:47:11,273 --> 00:47:12,084 That was... Oh! 752 00:47:12,693 --> 00:47:15,821 - Still in one piece? Great. I've got to go to a doctor. 753 00:47:15,996 --> 00:47:18,328 I get these sharp pains in my undercarriage. 754 00:47:18,432 --> 00:47:21,595 - Downloading the photo now. - Let me introduce you two. 755 00:47:21,702 --> 00:47:23,670 This here is Finn McSomethin' or other. 756 00:47:23,804 --> 00:47:26,637 He's a first-class VIP airport whatchamacallit. 757 00:47:27,374 --> 00:47:30,002 And, Finn, this here is my date. 758 00:47:30,110 --> 00:47:31,771 I never did get your name. 759 00:47:31,878 --> 00:47:33,440 Oh, yes, sorry. It's Shiftwell. Holley Shiftwell. 760 00:47:33,475 --> 00:47:35,003 Oh, yes, sorry. It's Shiftwell. Holley Shiftwell. 761 00:47:35,113 --> 00:47:36,478 It's Shiftwell. Holley... 762 00:47:37,983 --> 00:47:40,747 Finally. Time to see who's behind all this. 763 00:47:41,453 --> 00:47:43,250 What is this? 764 00:47:43,388 --> 00:47:46,050 That's one of the worst engines ever made. 765 00:47:46,191 --> 00:47:48,504 It's an old aluminum V8 with a Lucas electrical system and Whitworth bolts. 766 00:47:48,539 --> 00:47:50,818 It's an old aluminum V8 with a Lucas electrical system and Whitworth bolts. 767 00:47:50,995 --> 00:47:54,158 Shoot, them Whitworth bolts is a pain, tell you what. 768 00:47:54,265 --> 00:47:56,028 Them ain't metric, they ain't inches. 769 00:47:56,133 --> 00:47:58,795 Yes, OK, but whose engine is this? 770 00:47:58,903 --> 00:48:01,428 It's kinda hard to tell from this picture, ain't it? 771 00:48:01,539 --> 00:48:03,063 - But you took it. - Holley. 772 00:48:03,207 --> 00:48:05,175 Oh. Right! Yes, of course. 773 00:48:05,276 --> 00:48:08,370 A good agent gets what he can, then gets out before he's killed. 774 00:48:08,479 --> 00:48:11,573 Agent? You mean, like, insurance agent? Like... 775 00:48:11,682 --> 00:48:16,016 Like a good neighbor, Mater is there! 776 00:48:16,287 --> 00:48:19,279 Wait! You mean secret agents! You guys is spies! 777 00:48:19,423 --> 00:48:22,483 In how many makes and models did this type of engine appear? 778 00:48:22,626 --> 00:48:26,118 It was standard in seven models over a 12-year period. 779 00:48:26,263 --> 00:48:29,630 At least 35,000 cars were made with this engine. 780 00:48:29,733 --> 00:48:31,894 - You're purty. - Yes, thank you. 781 00:48:32,069 --> 00:48:35,197 - And so nice. - Just pay attention. 782 00:48:35,739 --> 00:48:37,707 This seems like a dead end. 783 00:48:38,642 --> 00:48:42,408 If there was something in the photo that could narrow this down, I'd be happier. 784 00:48:42,513 --> 00:48:45,277 You might not be happy, but I bet this feller is. 785 00:48:45,382 --> 00:48:47,680 See how he's had most of his parts replaced? 786 00:48:47,785 --> 00:48:49,650 And see all them boxes over there? 787 00:48:49,753 --> 00:48:52,586 Them's all original parts. They ain't easy to come by. 788 00:48:52,756 --> 00:48:54,169 - Rare parts? - That's something we can track. 789 00:48:54,204 --> 00:48:55,582 - Rare parts? - That's something we can track. 790 00:48:55,859 --> 00:48:57,417 Exactly. 791 00:48:57,528 --> 00:49:00,326 Well done, Mater. I would never have seen that. 792 00:49:00,464 --> 00:49:04,127 I know of a black-market parts dealer in Paris, a treacherous lowlife, 793 00:49:04,268 --> 00:49:07,829 but he's the only car in the world who can tell us whose engine this is. 794 00:49:07,938 --> 00:49:11,567 What would you say to setting up an informal task force on this one? 795 00:49:11,708 --> 00:49:12,732 Wait. What? 796 00:49:12,876 --> 00:49:15,037 You obviously have experience in the field. 797 00:49:15,145 --> 00:49:17,375 Yeah, I live right next to one. 798 00:49:17,948 --> 00:49:19,506 I don't know. 799 00:49:19,616 --> 00:49:22,449 I ain't exactly been much help to anybody recently. 800 00:49:22,553 --> 00:49:24,646 You're helping me. Please, Mater. 801 00:49:25,289 --> 00:49:26,881 Well... Okay. 802 00:49:26,990 --> 00:49:29,117 But you know I'm just a tow truck, right? 803 00:49:29,226 --> 00:49:32,491 Right. And I'm just in the import-export business. 804 00:49:32,696 --> 00:49:34,288 - Siddeley? - Yes, Finn? 805 00:49:34,398 --> 00:49:35,865 Paris. Tout de suite. 806 00:49:35,966 --> 00:49:38,526 Yeah, two of them sweets for me, too, Sid. 807 00:49:38,635 --> 00:49:40,569 I always wanted to be a spy. 808 00:49:40,704 --> 00:49:42,296 Really? Me, too. 809 00:49:42,406 --> 00:49:45,398 - Afterburners, sir? - Is there any other way? 810 00:50:06,029 --> 00:50:07,326 Ha ha ha! 811 00:50:16,140 --> 00:50:18,005 Once we're inside, stay close. 812 00:50:18,175 --> 00:50:21,440 Don't bother checking VIN numbers. They're all dodgy here. 813 00:50:21,578 --> 00:50:22,806 Got it. 814 00:50:22,946 --> 00:50:24,846 Don't talk to anyone, don't look at anyone, 815 00:50:24,982 --> 00:50:27,815 and absolutely, positively no idling. Are we clear? 816 00:50:27,951 --> 00:50:29,748 Yes. No idling. Yes, sir. 817 00:50:30,654 --> 00:50:32,519 - Mater? - Yeah, Finn? 818 00:50:32,623 --> 00:50:35,786 - We're not here to go shopping. - Shoppin'? What do you mean? 819 00:50:35,893 --> 00:50:37,758 Why would I... 820 00:50:37,861 --> 00:50:39,351 Dad-gum. 821 00:50:39,463 --> 00:50:42,432 - Part for sales, monsieur. - Monsieur, part for sale. 822 00:50:42,566 --> 00:50:44,466 They got everything here. No! 823 00:50:44,601 --> 00:50:46,967 Look at them hoods! I could use a hood. 824 00:50:47,070 --> 00:50:48,731 Sorry, fellers. I gotta go! 825 00:50:50,908 --> 00:50:53,672 Wow. Whoa. He-he! 826 00:50:54,311 --> 00:50:56,279 Do what? 827 00:50:57,314 --> 00:51:00,010 Excuse me. What are you selling? 828 00:51:00,184 --> 00:51:01,879 Headlights, monsieur, headlights? 829 00:51:02,019 --> 00:51:03,748 - What in the? - Two for one. 830 00:51:03,854 --> 00:51:05,412 - I give you good price! - I'm good! 831 00:51:10,327 --> 00:51:13,558 There you are. - There is some great bargains here. 832 00:51:13,664 --> 00:51:15,632 - Mater, get back! - Imb�cile! 833 00:51:22,906 --> 00:51:24,237 Hey, wait for me! 834 00:51:41,391 --> 00:51:42,415 Ahhhhhh! 835 00:51:47,497 --> 00:51:48,987 Ag-g-g-h! 836 00:51:49,099 --> 00:51:51,294 - Have you lost your mind? - But I thought... 837 00:51:51,435 --> 00:51:53,426 This chap needs a tow. Hook him up. 838 00:51:53,537 --> 00:51:55,505 Sure thing. 839 00:51:56,139 --> 00:51:59,006 You rusty piece of junk! Get your dirty hook off me! 840 00:52:07,551 --> 00:52:09,485 Electroshock! Are you kidding me? 841 00:52:09,586 --> 00:52:13,420 This is her first field assignment. She didn't know you were my informant. 842 00:52:13,523 --> 00:52:15,491 - Informant? - A rookie, huh? 843 00:52:15,859 --> 00:52:17,417 I never liked new car smell. 844 00:52:18,462 --> 00:52:21,295 Tomber was doing 20-to-life in a Moroccan impound 845 00:52:21,398 --> 00:52:24,299 the first time I saved him, if I recall correctly. 846 00:52:24,401 --> 00:52:28,030 Speaking of recalls, you're getting up there in mileage, aren't you? 847 00:52:28,138 --> 00:52:31,107 All right, we get it. You both know each other, you're both old. 848 00:52:31,275 --> 00:52:33,436 So, here you go, informant. Inform us. 849 00:52:34,810 --> 00:52:37,370 Beuck! That is the worst motor ever made. 850 00:52:38,481 --> 00:52:41,780 Wait. That oil filter. Those wheel bearings. 851 00:52:41,917 --> 00:52:43,942 Do those parts look familiar, Tomber? 852 00:52:44,086 --> 00:52:46,054 They should. I sold them. 853 00:52:46,155 --> 00:52:47,645 To whom? - No idea. 854 00:52:47,757 --> 00:52:51,158 He's my best customer, but he always does his business over the phone. 855 00:52:51,560 --> 00:52:54,654 I was always wondering why he needs so many parts. 856 00:52:54,764 --> 00:52:55,625 Now I know. 857 00:52:55,660 --> 00:52:56,487 Now I know. 858 00:52:56,598 --> 00:52:58,725 A lemon needs parts. Ain't nothin' truer than that. 859 00:52:58,834 --> 00:53:01,860 - Lemon? - Yeah. Cars that don't ever work right. 860 00:53:01,970 --> 00:53:04,029 Lemons is a tow truck's bread and butter. 861 00:53:04,172 --> 00:53:06,970 Like 'em Gremlins and Pacers we run into at the party 862 00:53:07,075 --> 00:53:08,599 and the race and the airport. 863 00:53:08,743 --> 00:53:10,734 Pull up the pictures from the oil platform. 864 00:53:10,846 --> 00:53:13,212 I want to know what other type of cars were out there. 865 00:53:13,348 --> 00:53:17,011 Right. Let's see. There were Hugos and Trunkovs. 866 00:53:17,152 --> 00:53:18,813 Are these cars considered lemons? 867 00:53:18,987 --> 00:53:20,852 Is the Popemobile Catholic? 868 00:53:20,956 --> 00:53:24,892 Everyone involved in this plot is one of history's biggest loser cars. 869 00:53:25,026 --> 00:53:28,052 And they're all taking their orders from the car behind this engine. 870 00:53:28,563 --> 00:53:31,054 - Ah. This explains it. - What, Tomber? 871 00:53:31,233 --> 00:53:34,691 Gremlin, Pacer, Hugo and Trunkov never get together, 872 00:53:34,836 --> 00:53:37,396 but they are having a secret meeting in two days. 873 00:53:37,506 --> 00:53:40,634 - Where's this meeting taking place? - Porto Corsa, Italy. 874 00:53:40,742 --> 00:53:42,403 That's where the next race is! 875 00:53:42,511 --> 00:53:45,207 There's a good chance our mystery engine will be there, too. 876 00:53:45,313 --> 00:53:47,281 Your chances are more than good. 877 00:53:47,382 --> 00:53:50,943 I just sent him a new clutch assembly yesterday. To Porto Corsa. 878 00:53:51,586 --> 00:53:54,612 Contact Stevenson and have him meet us at Gare de Lyon. 879 00:53:54,723 --> 00:53:56,122 Good work. 880 00:54:00,996 --> 00:54:04,898 That three-wheeled feller had to be right about a big meetin'. 881 00:54:05,000 --> 00:54:08,436 You never see this many lemons in one town. 882 00:54:09,104 --> 00:54:10,901 'Less there's a swap meet. 883 00:54:11,006 --> 00:54:12,769 How'd you get all them pictures? 884 00:54:12,874 --> 00:54:16,503 I reprogrammed Porto Corsa's red light cameras to do recognition scans. 885 00:54:17,112 --> 00:54:21,640 Wow. Not only is you the purtiest car I ever met, but you're the smartest, too. 886 00:54:21,750 --> 00:54:23,650 Thank you... I think. 887 00:54:23,752 --> 00:54:27,279 That's a familiar sight. A Hugo being towed. 888 00:54:27,389 --> 00:54:29,152 But he looks absolutely perfect! 889 00:54:29,324 --> 00:54:32,316 Of course! They must be the heads of the lemon families. 890 00:54:32,427 --> 00:54:35,328 Makes sense. If I was rich and broke down every day, 891 00:54:35,430 --> 00:54:37,728 I'd hire me to tow me around all the time, too! 892 00:54:37,832 --> 00:54:41,734 We've got to infiltrate that meeting to find out who's behind all this. 893 00:54:41,836 --> 00:54:44,304 - Hang on a minute. Hold still. - Ow! 894 00:54:50,612 --> 00:54:52,580 Ah-ha. Good job, Miss Shiftwell. 895 00:54:52,781 --> 00:54:53,975 Thank you, Finn. 896 00:54:54,115 --> 00:54:55,912 Boy, I sure wish my friends could see me now. 897 00:55:02,422 --> 00:55:04,788 LUIGl: Guido, your eyes do not deceive you. 898 00:55:04,925 --> 00:55:07,917 We are in Italy. We are home. 899 00:55:08,361 --> 00:55:11,194 Hey, Luigi. Which way to the hotel, man? 900 00:55:11,364 --> 00:55:15,528 What? No friend of mine will stay in a hotel in-a my village. 901 00:55:15,635 --> 00:55:19,401 You will stay with my... Uncle Topolino-o-o-o! 902 00:55:19,573 --> 00:55:22,303 Luigi! Guido! 903 00:55:32,619 --> 00:55:34,450 How do they do it? 904 00:55:34,588 --> 00:55:37,853 These are the same ingredients as back home, but it tastes so good. 905 00:55:37,991 --> 00:55:40,789 - It's organic, man. - Treehugger. 906 00:55:43,830 --> 00:55:45,661 Hey, race car. 907 00:55:45,799 --> 00:55:47,733 You look so down, so low. 908 00:55:47,834 --> 00:55:49,734 Is like you have flat tires. 909 00:55:54,274 --> 00:55:56,037 She said you look like you are starving, 910 00:55:56,142 --> 00:55:58,576 that she's gonna make you a big meal and fatten you up. 911 00:55:58,712 --> 00:55:59,872 Oh, no. 912 00:55:59,980 --> 00:56:02,949 Mama Topolino, please, you don't need to make a fuss. 913 00:56:03,516 --> 00:56:05,177 Capisco. I understand. 914 00:56:05,318 --> 00:56:08,082 Is a problem, yes, between you and a friend? 915 00:56:08,521 --> 00:56:09,647 How did you know that? 916 00:56:09,756 --> 00:56:12,919 A wise car hears one word and understands two. 917 00:56:14,494 --> 00:56:15,518 That, and Luigi told me. 918 00:56:17,130 --> 00:56:19,758 While Mama cooks, come and take a stroll with me. 919 00:56:19,899 --> 00:56:22,231 I brought my friend Mater along on the trip 920 00:56:22,335 --> 00:56:24,565 and I told him he needed to act different, 921 00:56:24,671 --> 00:56:26,195 that we weren't in Radiator Springs. 922 00:56:26,339 --> 00:56:28,307 This Mater is a close friend? 923 00:56:28,742 --> 00:56:30,471 He's my best friend. 924 00:56:30,577 --> 00:56:33,011 Then why would you ask him to be someone else? 925 00:56:37,817 --> 00:56:39,409 What did I do? 926 00:56:39,519 --> 00:56:41,419 I said some things during our fight. 927 00:56:41,554 --> 00:56:44,580 You know, back when Guido and Luigi used to work for me, 928 00:56:44,691 --> 00:56:47,524 they would fight over everything. 929 00:56:48,028 --> 00:56:51,361 They fight over what Ferrari was the best Ferrari, 930 00:56:51,631 --> 00:56:54,327 which one of them looked more like a Ferrari. 931 00:56:54,434 --> 00:56:56,834 There were even some non-Ferrari fights. 932 00:56:57,804 --> 00:57:00,398 So I tell them, "Va bene, it's OK to fight. 933 00:57:01,007 --> 00:57:04,738 "Everybody fights now and then, especially best friends. 934 00:57:05,645 --> 00:57:07,374 "But you got to make up fast. 935 00:57:07,547 --> 00:57:10,038 "No fight more important than friendship. " 936 00:57:19,059 --> 00:57:23,428 - What does that mean? - Whoever find a friend, find a treasure. 937 00:57:23,596 --> 00:57:25,530 Now, mangia. Eat! 938 00:57:37,210 --> 00:57:39,269 Finn, one hour to Porto Corsa. 939 00:57:39,412 --> 00:57:41,141 Thank you, Stevenson. 940 00:57:41,247 --> 00:57:43,545 - That should just about do it. - Perfect. 941 00:57:43,650 --> 00:57:46,278 So, Mater, it's voice-activated. 942 00:57:46,419 --> 00:57:49,183 But everything's voice-activated these days. 943 00:57:49,289 --> 00:57:52,588 What? I thought you was supposed to be makin' me a disguise. 944 00:57:52,692 --> 00:57:55,422 Voice recognized. Disguise program initiated. 945 00:57:56,062 --> 00:57:57,154 Cool! 946 00:57:57,263 --> 00:57:59,231 Computer, make me a German truck. 947 00:57:59,432 --> 00:58:02,424 - Request acknowledged. - Check it out! I'm wearing Materhosen. 948 00:58:02,602 --> 00:58:03,660 Make me a monster truck! 949 00:58:03,803 --> 00:58:05,668 - Request acknowledged. - What the? 950 00:58:05,805 --> 00:58:08,035 I vant to siphon your gas! 951 00:58:08,908 --> 00:58:11,172 - Now make me a taco truck! - Request acknowledged. 952 00:58:13,313 --> 00:58:15,713 - A funny car! - Request acknowledged. 953 00:58:18,017 --> 00:58:21,043 The idea is to keep a low profile, Mater. 954 00:58:21,154 --> 00:58:23,418 So I just go in, pretend to be this truck. 955 00:58:23,523 --> 00:58:26,287 - And leave the rest to us. - Now, hold still. 956 00:58:26,426 --> 00:58:27,422 I have to do the final fitting on your disguise. 957 00:58:27,457 --> 00:58:28,419 I have to do the final fitting on your disguise. 958 00:58:32,430 --> 00:58:34,398 That's no good. Hm. 959 00:58:37,435 --> 00:58:38,925 Hey. What are you doin'? 960 00:58:39,069 --> 00:58:42,903 The disguise won't calibrate effectively without a smooth surface to graft onto. 961 00:58:43,040 --> 00:58:45,907 For a second there, I thought you was tryin' to fix my dents. 962 00:58:46,043 --> 00:58:48,409 - Yes, I was. - Then, no, thank you. 963 00:58:48,512 --> 00:58:52,346 I don't get them dents buffed, pulled, filled or painted by nobody. 964 00:58:52,483 --> 00:58:55,884 - They way too valuable. - Your dents are valuable? Really? 965 00:58:55,986 --> 00:59:00,013 I come by each one of 'em with my best friend, Lightning McQueen. 966 00:59:00,124 --> 00:59:03,685 I don't fix these. I wanna remember these dents forever. 967 00:59:03,794 --> 00:59:09,130 So, you were being serious in Paris? McQueen isn't just part of your cover. 968 00:59:09,266 --> 00:59:12,235 Friendships can be dangerous in our line of work, Mater. 969 00:59:12,336 --> 00:59:14,327 But my line of work is towin' and salvage. 970 00:59:14,472 --> 00:59:17,498 Right. And Miss Shiftwell's is designing iPhone apps. 971 00:59:17,675 --> 00:59:20,974 - No, I meant for real. - It's OK. I'll work around the dent. 972 00:59:21,111 --> 00:59:23,511 - Oh... - In the meantime... 973 00:59:25,416 --> 00:59:27,384 ...you look a little light on weapons. 974 00:59:35,960 --> 00:59:38,690 You are looking live at beautiful 975 00:59:38,796 --> 00:59:41,128 Porto Corsa, Italy, on the Italian Riviera. 976 00:59:41,232 --> 00:59:46,220 What a magnificent setting for the second race of the World Grand Prix! 977 00:59:46,461 --> 00:59:49,294 Well Brent, they call this place the "Gem of the Riviera," 978 00:59:49,397 --> 00:59:51,024 and it's easy to see why. 979 00:59:51,132 --> 00:59:53,828 With its secluded beaches and opulent casinos, 980 00:59:53,935 --> 00:59:56,768 Porto Corsa truly is a playground for the wealthy. 981 00:59:56,871 --> 00:59:59,101 And everyone who's anyone is here today, 982 00:59:59,941 --> 01:00:01,966 from the ultra-rich and super-famous 983 01:00:02,077 --> 01:00:04,443 to world leaders and important dignitaries. 984 01:00:04,546 --> 01:00:06,275 You aren't kidding, David. 985 01:00:06,414 --> 01:00:09,679 You can't do a three-point turn without bumping into some celebrity. 986 01:00:09,818 --> 01:00:11,516 Welcome, everyone, to the second race of the World Grand Prix, 987 01:00:11,551 --> 01:00:13,214 Welcome, everyone, to the second race of the World Grand Prix, 988 01:00:13,319 --> 01:00:15,787 where the big news continues to be allinol. 989 01:00:15,888 --> 01:00:18,686 Sir Miles Axlerod spoke to the press earlier today 990 01:00:18,825 --> 01:00:21,020 to answer questions about its safety. 991 01:00:21,127 --> 01:00:23,823 An independent panel of scientists has determined 992 01:00:23,930 --> 01:00:25,921 that allinol is completely safe, okay? 993 01:00:26,065 --> 01:00:27,532 Safe. There it is. 994 01:00:27,700 --> 01:00:29,292 So the race will go on, folks. 995 01:00:29,435 --> 01:00:31,130 But the question everyone is asking: 996 01:00:31,270 --> 01:00:33,898 Will the real Lightning McQueen show up today? 997 01:00:34,040 --> 01:00:37,032 He'd better. Talk about a home track advantage. 998 01:00:37,143 --> 01:00:40,044 Francesco Bernoulli grew up racing on this course. 999 01:00:40,146 --> 01:00:45,015 Signore e signori, in the pole position, Numero Uno, Francesco! 1000 01:00:45,117 --> 01:00:48,245 Bellissima! Thank you for your support! 1001 01:00:48,354 --> 01:00:49,599 And your big mistake, McQueen! 1002 01:00:49,634 --> 01:00:50,845 And your big mistake, McQueen! 1003 01:00:50,956 --> 01:00:52,947 In secondo position, 1004 01:00:53,458 --> 01:00:55,921 numero 95, Lightning-a McQueen-a! 1005 01:00:55,956 --> 01:00:58,385 Numero 95, Lightning-a McQueen-a! 1006 01:00:58,496 --> 01:01:00,157 McQueen-a, is-a everything OK? 1007 01:01:00,264 --> 01:01:04,064 If you're worried about your fuel, man, don't. It's perfectly safe. 1008 01:01:04,836 --> 01:01:06,248 No, guys, I just really wish Mater were here. 1009 01:01:06,283 --> 01:01:07,660 No, guys, I just really wish Mater were here. 1010 01:01:07,771 --> 01:01:09,705 Francesco understands, McQueen. 1011 01:01:09,806 --> 01:01:11,740 Oh, great, here it comes. 1012 01:01:11,875 --> 01:01:13,775 What do you got, Francesco? 1013 01:01:13,911 --> 01:01:17,176 For famous race cars like Francesco and, well, you, 1014 01:01:17,314 --> 01:01:20,249 to be far away from home is not easy. 1015 01:01:20,350 --> 01:01:23,478 I think you forgot the insulting part of that insult. 1016 01:01:23,587 --> 01:01:25,111 Is-a no insult. 1017 01:01:25,222 --> 01:01:28,157 When-a Francesco is away from home, he misses his mama, 1018 01:01:28,292 --> 01:01:29,687 just like-a you miss your tow truck amico. 1019 01:01:29,722 --> 01:01:31,083 Just like-a you miss your tow truck amico. 1020 01:01:31,193 --> 01:01:34,185 Gee, I maybe misjudged you, because that's exactly... 1021 01:01:34,330 --> 01:01:38,494 Of course, I am at home, and my mama is right here. 1022 01:01:38,601 --> 01:01:40,466 Mama! 1023 01:01:40,569 --> 01:01:44,596 Don't worry, Mama, McQueen is very sad. 1024 01:01:44,774 --> 01:01:47,140 I will beat his cry-baby bottom today! 1025 01:01:47,243 --> 01:01:50,235 And there's the insult we were missing. 1026 01:02:07,462 --> 01:02:09,896 Darrell, the racers are settling in as they head 1027 01:02:09,997 --> 01:02:11,294 to the Italian countryside. 1028 01:02:11,399 --> 01:02:13,333 Whoo, boy! 1029 01:02:13,434 --> 01:02:15,959 This is gonna be a great race. 1030 01:02:28,249 --> 01:02:31,184 Gremlins. Man, those are some ugly cars. 1031 01:02:31,285 --> 01:02:33,344 Look like someone stole their trunks. 1032 01:02:38,259 --> 01:02:40,557 My grand-a father has-a broken down. 1033 01:02:40,661 --> 01:02:44,461 If-a one of-a you would help, I would be so thankful. 1034 01:02:44,599 --> 01:02:47,591 Sounds like you need some roadside assistance. 1035 01:02:47,702 --> 01:02:49,932 - She was talking to me. - Really? Prove it. 1036 01:02:50,037 --> 01:02:51,971 Don't-a fight over me. 1037 01:02:52,073 --> 01:02:54,940 Signore Tow Truck, per favore. 1038 01:02:55,042 --> 01:02:57,943 Get ready, Mater. You're on any moment now. 1039 01:02:59,447 --> 01:03:02,177 I don't know about this. What if I screw things up? 1040 01:03:02,283 --> 01:03:03,807 Impossible. 1041 01:03:03,918 --> 01:03:05,943 Just apply the same level of dedication 1042 01:03:06,053 --> 01:03:09,489 you've been using to play the idiot tow truck, and you'll be fine. 1043 01:03:09,624 --> 01:03:13,890 It's just that them guys look purty tough and... Wait, did you say "idiot"? 1044 01:03:14,028 --> 01:03:17,020 - Is that how you see me? That's how everyone sees you. 1045 01:03:17,131 --> 01:03:18,564 Isn't that the idea? 1046 01:03:18,666 --> 01:03:20,600 I tell you, that's the genius of it. 1047 01:03:20,701 --> 01:03:22,692 No one realizes they're being fooled 1048 01:03:22,870 --> 01:03:25,430 because they're too busy laughing at the fool. 1049 01:03:25,540 --> 01:03:27,030 Brilliant! 1050 01:03:30,144 --> 01:03:32,237 - Why aren't you in disguise? - I er... 1051 01:03:32,346 --> 01:03:35,179 - Come on! There's no time! Go! - OK. OK. 1052 01:03:35,650 --> 01:03:38,312 - Computer, disguise! Request acknowledged. 1053 01:03:43,624 --> 01:03:46,388 It's the boss. He's coming. 1054 01:03:52,300 --> 01:03:53,324 Ivan. 1055 01:03:54,335 --> 01:03:55,927 Oh, er... 1056 01:03:56,070 --> 01:04:00,507 Ivan, why do you insult me so by making me wait here? 1057 01:04:08,950 --> 01:04:10,315 He's in. 1058 01:04:12,887 --> 01:04:15,515 The racers are now making their way around the hairpin 1059 01:04:15,656 --> 01:04:18,318 and headed downhill toward the casino bridge. 1060 01:04:34,775 --> 01:04:36,333 No more bets, please. 1061 01:04:36,477 --> 01:04:37,967 Come on, fuzzy dice! 1062 01:04:38,112 --> 01:04:40,046 - Number four. Easy four. - Yeah! 1063 01:04:40,147 --> 01:04:42,081 Air freshener. Antenna balls. 1064 01:04:42,183 --> 01:04:43,946 Spark-a plugs. 1065 01:04:44,085 --> 01:04:46,451 This place looks like it's made outta gold! 1066 01:04:46,554 --> 01:04:49,785 That's because it is. Now, be careful what you say. 1067 01:04:49,957 --> 01:04:51,891 Why is that? 1068 01:04:51,993 --> 01:04:53,927 What do you mean, "Don't talk to ya"? 1069 01:04:54,028 --> 01:04:56,394 You want me to stop talkin' to ya right now? 1070 01:04:56,530 --> 01:04:57,929 You are acting strange today, Ivan. 1071 01:04:59,299 --> 01:05:02,132 I have no idea what you're talking about, 1072 01:05:02,236 --> 01:05:05,467 "Alexander Hugo, aka Chop Shop Alex. " 1073 01:05:05,572 --> 01:05:07,506 You got a lot of aka's, Alex. 1074 01:05:07,608 --> 01:05:11,601 But that makes sense, seein's how you's wanted in France, Germany... 1075 01:05:11,745 --> 01:05:12,708 Mater, stop it! 1076 01:05:12,743 --> 01:05:13,671 Mater, stop it! 1077 01:05:13,780 --> 01:05:15,111 OK, OK, keep your voice down! 1078 01:05:15,214 --> 01:05:17,148 You gonna make me arrested! 1079 01:05:17,250 --> 01:05:19,741 Don't mess with Ivan today. He's in a bad mood. 1080 01:05:19,852 --> 01:05:21,547 He's so good! 1081 01:05:23,122 --> 01:05:23,984 Victor! 1082 01:05:24,019 --> 01:05:24,847 Victor! 1083 01:05:25,491 --> 01:05:26,458 Hey, Victor! 1084 01:05:27,860 --> 01:05:29,327 - There you are! - Come in! 1085 01:05:29,428 --> 01:05:33,558 Victor Hugo, I'm J Curby Gremlin. From Detroit. 1086 01:05:33,666 --> 01:05:35,395 It's good to see you. 1087 01:05:35,535 --> 01:05:37,366 Is the big boss here yet? 1088 01:05:37,470 --> 01:05:40,564 - No, not yet. - He's supposed to be here any minute. 1089 01:05:44,477 --> 01:05:46,445 Here we go. 1090 01:05:48,781 --> 01:05:50,146 Guten Tag. 1091 01:05:50,249 --> 01:05:52,217 It's just the professor. 1092 01:05:52,351 --> 01:05:53,943 Z�ndapp! When is he coming? 1093 01:05:54,053 --> 01:05:56,021 He's already here. 1094 01:05:57,990 --> 01:06:00,257 Welcome, everyone. 1095 01:06:00,292 --> 01:06:00,348 Welcome, everyone. 1096 01:06:00,458 --> 01:06:03,655 I wish I could be with you on this very special day, 1097 01:06:03,795 --> 01:06:05,786 but my clutch assembly broke. 1098 01:06:05,897 --> 01:06:07,990 - You know how it is. - Forget about it. 1099 01:06:08,099 --> 01:06:09,726 We know how you feel. 1100 01:06:09,834 --> 01:06:11,995 - Descramble that voice. - I'm trying. 1101 01:06:12,103 --> 01:06:14,196 Oh, it's too sophisticated. 1102 01:06:14,306 --> 01:06:16,274 We are here to celebrate. 1103 01:06:16,841 --> 01:06:18,809 Today, all your hard work pays off. 1104 01:06:19,911 --> 01:06:22,607 The world turned their backs on cars like us. 1105 01:06:22,714 --> 01:06:26,150 They stopped manufacturing us, stopped making our parts. 1106 01:06:26,251 --> 01:06:30,688 The only thing they haven't stopped doing is laughing at us. 1107 01:06:31,456 --> 01:06:35,756 They've called us terrible names: Jalopy, rust bucket, heap, 1108 01:06:36,328 --> 01:06:40,025 clunker, junker, beater, wreck, rattletrap, 1109 01:06:41,399 --> 01:06:42,661 lemon. 1110 01:06:42,801 --> 01:06:45,065 But their insults just give us strength. 1111 01:06:46,437 --> 01:06:51,397 Because today, my friends, that all ends! 1112 01:06:52,610 --> 01:06:54,669 There's smoke on the casino bridge! 1113 01:06:54,812 --> 01:06:55,801 Oh, no! 1114 01:06:55,913 --> 01:06:57,471 It's Carla Veloso, the Brazilian race car! 1115 01:07:02,520 --> 01:07:04,385 - What just happened? - I'm working on it. 1116 01:07:06,557 --> 01:07:08,388 They laughed at us, but now it's our turn to laugh back. 1117 01:07:08,423 --> 01:07:10,219 They laughed at us, but now it's our turn to laugh back. 1118 01:07:12,495 --> 01:07:15,487 Another crash! It's number 9, Nigel Gearsley. 1119 01:07:16,166 --> 01:07:17,861 Embrace your inner lemon. 1120 01:07:17,967 --> 01:07:19,594 Let it drive you. 1121 01:07:19,702 --> 01:07:23,103 I'm detecting an extremely strong electromagnetic pulse. 1122 01:07:27,077 --> 01:07:28,908 - Finn, it's the camera. - Where? 1123 01:07:29,079 --> 01:07:30,808 On the tower! 1124 01:07:33,249 --> 01:07:37,276 This was meant to be alternative fuel's greatest moment. 1125 01:07:37,387 --> 01:07:41,221 But after today, everyone will race back to gasoline. 1126 01:07:41,324 --> 01:07:43,804 And we, the owners of the world's largest untapped oil reserve 1127 01:07:43,839 --> 01:07:46,284 And we, the owners of the world's largest untapped oil reserve 1128 01:07:46,395 --> 01:07:48,590 will become the most powerful cars in the world! 1129 01:07:49,131 --> 01:07:50,621 Get out of the way! 1130 01:08:25,867 --> 01:08:27,949 They will come to us, and they will have no choice, because they will need us. 1131 01:08:27,984 --> 01:08:30,032 They will come to us, and they will have no choice, because they will need us. 1132 01:08:37,245 --> 01:08:38,576 Huh? Whoa! 1133 01:08:39,447 --> 01:08:41,415 We figured you might stop by! 1134 01:08:44,186 --> 01:08:46,780 And they will finally respect us! 1135 01:08:46,922 --> 01:08:48,890 So hold your hoods high! 1136 01:08:49,224 --> 01:08:52,216 After today, you will never again be ashamed of who you are! 1137 01:08:53,662 --> 01:08:54,507 No! 1138 01:08:54,542 --> 01:08:55,352 No! 1139 01:08:55,462 --> 01:08:56,891 Long live lemons! 1140 01:08:56,926 --> 01:08:58,321 Long live lemons! 1141 01:08:58,432 --> 01:09:00,764 Number 7 is loose! Shu Todoroki! 1142 01:09:24,758 --> 01:09:25,986 Finn? 1143 01:09:26,860 --> 01:09:29,420 Bumper to bumper as they approach the finish line! 1144 01:09:29,563 --> 01:09:31,463 McQueen's the winner! Francesco's second! 1145 01:09:31,565 --> 01:09:32,778 They have no idea what happened behind them. 1146 01:09:32,813 --> 01:09:33,992 They have no idea what happened behind them. 1147 01:09:34,100 --> 01:09:35,567 This is impossible! 1148 01:09:35,668 --> 01:09:37,568 That's what I'm talking about! Ka-chow! 1149 01:09:37,670 --> 01:09:39,433 What happened? 1150 01:09:39,572 --> 01:09:42,234 - Where are all the other cars? - What is going on? 1151 01:09:43,109 --> 01:09:44,235 Oh, no! 1152 01:09:50,250 --> 01:09:53,845 Sir Axlerod, is the final race in London still going to take place? 1153 01:09:53,987 --> 01:09:55,887 I suppose that... 1154 01:09:56,022 --> 01:09:59,253 The show must go on, as they say. 1155 01:09:59,392 --> 01:10:01,417 I can't believe this is really happening! 1156 01:10:01,527 --> 01:10:02,619 Quiet! 1157 01:10:02,729 --> 01:10:05,789 Will you require all the racers to still run on allinol? 1158 01:10:05,899 --> 01:10:10,700 I cannot, in good conscience, continue to risk the lives of any more race cars. 1159 01:10:11,337 --> 01:10:13,233 The final race will not be run on allinol. 1160 01:10:13,268 --> 01:10:15,130 The final race will not be run on allinol. 1161 01:10:15,240 --> 01:10:17,902 There you have it, a clearly devastated Sir Miles Axlerod 1162 01:10:18,010 --> 01:10:22,106 announcing that he will not require the cars to use allinol for the final race. 1163 01:10:22,281 --> 01:10:23,578 A toast! 1164 01:10:23,682 --> 01:10:27,311 To the death of allinol and alternative fuel forever! 1165 01:10:27,453 --> 01:10:30,286 Mater, abort the mission. 1166 01:10:30,422 --> 01:10:33,789 They've got Finn. Get out of there. Get out of there right now. 1167 01:10:34,560 --> 01:10:36,255 How is your grandfather? 1168 01:10:36,361 --> 01:10:38,295 Long live lemons! 1169 01:10:38,430 --> 01:10:40,728 Isn't this a great party, Ivan, huh? 1170 01:10:40,866 --> 01:10:42,629 Oh, yeah, it's unbelievable. 1171 01:10:42,734 --> 01:10:44,793 You are not leaving, are you? 1172 01:10:44,903 --> 01:10:46,837 Uh... of course I ain't leaving. 1173 01:10:46,939 --> 01:10:47,801 - McQUEEN ON TV: I'm just in shock... - McQueen? 1174 01:10:47,836 --> 01:10:48,664 - McQUEEN ON TV: I'm just in shock... - McQueen? 1175 01:10:49,540 --> 01:10:51,474 Crashes are a part of racing, I know, 1176 01:10:51,576 --> 01:10:53,171 but something like that should never happen. 1177 01:10:53,206 --> 01:10:54,767 But something like that should never happen. 1178 01:10:54,878 --> 01:10:58,370 You can choose your fuel for the final race. What it'll be? 1179 01:10:58,482 --> 01:10:59,949 Allinol. 1180 01:11:00,083 --> 01:11:01,311 After today? 1181 01:11:01,451 --> 01:11:04,352 My friend Fillmore says it's safe. That's good enough for me. 1182 01:11:04,488 --> 01:11:06,854 I didn't stand by a friend of mine recently. 1183 01:11:06,957 --> 01:11:09,118 I'm not gonna make the same mistake twice. 1184 01:11:09,292 --> 01:11:12,159 So a surprising revelation from Lightning McQueen. 1185 01:11:12,329 --> 01:11:15,924 He will use allinol in the final race, despite what occurred today. 1186 01:11:16,066 --> 01:11:18,728 ...till Lightning McQueen is dead. - Of course. 1187 01:11:19,770 --> 01:11:22,933 Allinol must be finished for good. 1188 01:11:23,607 --> 01:11:25,973 McQueen cannot win the last race. 1189 01:11:26,743 --> 01:11:28,973 Lightning McQueen must be killed! 1190 01:11:29,112 --> 01:11:30,340 No! 1191 01:11:37,487 --> 01:11:39,352 It's the American spy! 1192 01:11:40,824 --> 01:11:41,916 Dad-gum! 1193 01:11:42,025 --> 01:11:44,084 Gatling gun. Request acknowledged. 1194 01:11:44,194 --> 01:11:46,128 Down! Everybody, down! 1195 01:11:46,229 --> 01:11:49,096 - Shoot! I didn't mean... Request acknowledged. 1196 01:12:00,143 --> 01:12:03,510 Wait! Wait! I didn't mean that kind of shoot! 1197 01:12:03,613 --> 01:12:05,706 Correction acknowledged. Deploying chute. 1198 01:12:05,816 --> 01:12:07,340 Whoa! 1199 01:12:12,389 --> 01:12:13,378 McQueen! 1200 01:12:17,994 --> 01:12:19,052 Whoa! What's this? 1201 01:12:19,429 --> 01:12:20,487 Whoa! 1202 01:12:24,734 --> 01:12:26,429 McQueen! McQueen! 1203 01:12:29,539 --> 01:12:30,506 Waagh! 1204 01:12:33,076 --> 01:12:34,907 Let me through! Let me through! 1205 01:12:35,044 --> 01:12:37,410 Let me in! I got to get through to warn McQueen! 1206 01:12:37,513 --> 01:12:39,447 You cannot-a come through here! Back up. 1207 01:12:39,615 --> 01:12:41,014 We have a lunatic at gate 9. 1208 01:12:41,117 --> 01:12:44,883 I was disguised as a tow truck to infiltrate this lemonhead meeting 1209 01:12:45,021 --> 01:12:48,013 and my weapons system's done misinterperated what I'm saying! 1210 01:12:48,124 --> 01:12:50,786 - Lunatic at gate 9. - McQueen! McQueen! 1211 01:12:50,893 --> 01:12:53,054 - You are the champion! - This way, signore. 1212 01:12:53,162 --> 01:12:55,096 McQueen! - Mater? 1213 01:12:55,231 --> 01:12:57,631 McQueen. - Give us a pose! 1214 01:12:57,734 --> 01:13:00,032 - McQueen! - Stop moving. Stop! 1215 01:13:00,136 --> 01:13:01,281 Where you going? 1216 01:13:01,316 --> 01:13:02,426 Where you going? 1217 01:13:02,537 --> 01:13:03,504 Stop! 1218 01:13:03,772 --> 01:13:06,138 - McQueen! - That really sounded like... 1219 01:13:06,274 --> 01:13:07,434 Mater! 1220 01:13:07,542 --> 01:13:09,066 - Mater? - Signore? 1221 01:13:09,177 --> 01:13:11,236 McQueen! They're gonna kill you! 1222 01:13:11,346 --> 01:13:12,711 McQUEEN: Mater! 1223 01:13:12,847 --> 01:13:14,109 Excuse me. 1224 01:13:14,249 --> 01:13:16,012 No, where are you going? 1225 01:13:16,117 --> 01:13:17,846 Scusi. Mater! 1226 01:13:17,952 --> 01:13:19,476 - McQueen! - Scusi. 1227 01:13:19,654 --> 01:13:22,054 Mater! Mater! 1228 01:13:22,157 --> 01:13:24,091 Mater, I'm so glad to see you. 1229 01:13:24,192 --> 01:13:27,252 Lightning McQueen! I am a huge fan. 1230 01:13:27,362 --> 01:13:28,954 I'm sorry, I thought I heard... 1231 01:13:29,097 --> 01:13:33,056 That was me. I said, "You killed out there today. You're the best. " 1232 01:13:33,168 --> 01:13:35,898 - What? I mean, thanks. - Right this way, signore. 1233 01:13:36,004 --> 01:13:37,972 I really thought I heard my friend. 1234 01:13:39,808 --> 01:13:43,141 In England, you'll be finished! At the finish line. 1235 01:13:44,212 --> 01:13:46,476 - Wait, what? - The press is waiting. 1236 01:13:46,581 --> 01:13:48,071 Come-a with me, please. 1237 01:13:52,320 --> 01:13:53,651 Let me go! 1238 01:13:53,755 --> 01:13:55,848 You actually care about that race car. 1239 01:13:56,357 --> 01:13:58,325 A pity you didn't warn him in time. 1240 01:14:06,167 --> 01:14:08,067 "Idiot"? Is that how you see me? 1241 01:14:08,169 --> 01:14:11,195 That's how everyone sees you. I tell you, that's the genius of it. 1242 01:14:11,339 --> 01:14:13,330 No one realizes they're being fooled 1243 01:14:13,441 --> 01:14:16,171 because they're too busy laughing at the fool. 1244 01:14:16,311 --> 01:14:18,279 At the fool... 1245 01:14:18,780 --> 01:14:20,543 Excuse me! 1246 01:14:20,715 --> 01:14:22,580 Domo arigato! 1247 01:14:22,684 --> 01:14:23,345 Yeah! 1248 01:14:23,380 --> 01:14:24,006 Yeah! 1249 01:14:26,386 --> 01:14:28,183 You done good. You got all the leaves. 1250 01:14:28,321 --> 01:14:30,789 - Check out that tow truck. - I wonder who that guy's with. 1251 01:14:30,924 --> 01:14:32,420 Will you guys excuse me just for one little second? 1252 01:14:32,455 --> 01:14:33,917 Will you guys excuse me just for one little second? 1253 01:14:34,326 --> 01:14:36,556 Now that's a scoop of ice cream! 1254 01:14:39,965 --> 01:14:41,364 Aargh! 1255 01:14:43,168 --> 01:14:46,399 Somebody get me water! Oh, sweet relief. 1256 01:14:46,538 --> 01:14:47,835 Mater! 1257 01:14:52,778 --> 01:14:54,609 But I never leak oil. Never. 1258 01:14:54,713 --> 01:14:55,909 Get a hold of yourself. You're making a scene! 1259 01:14:55,944 --> 01:14:57,106 Get a hold of yourself. You're making a scene! 1260 01:14:57,415 --> 01:14:59,576 Wait a minute. I didn't screw you up, did I? 1261 01:14:59,751 --> 01:15:02,986 - I lost the race because of you! - Maybe if I talked to somebody... 1262 01:15:03,086 --> 01:15:04,747 I don't need your help! 1263 01:15:04,854 --> 01:15:06,788 I don't want your help. 1264 01:15:06,889 --> 01:15:08,857 Your help... 1265 01:15:09,492 --> 01:15:11,426 Bang the gong. Get it on! 1266 01:15:11,561 --> 01:15:13,586 McQUEEN: Listen, this isn't Radiator Springs. 1267 01:15:13,763 --> 01:15:17,028 This is exactly why I don't bring you along to these things! 1268 01:15:28,011 --> 01:15:30,605 Holley! Finn! Where are we? 1269 01:15:30,780 --> 01:15:33,977 We're in London, Mater, inside Big Bentley. 1270 01:15:39,655 --> 01:15:41,384 Whoa! 1271 01:15:41,657 --> 01:15:42,783 Whoa! 1272 01:15:50,066 --> 01:15:52,000 Oh, this... This is all my fault. 1273 01:15:52,101 --> 01:15:54,035 Don't be a fool, Mater. 1274 01:15:54,137 --> 01:15:56,071 But I am, remember? You said so. 1275 01:15:56,205 --> 01:15:58,105 When did I... Oh. 1276 01:15:58,241 --> 01:16:02,200 Mater, I was complimenting you on what a good spy you are. 1277 01:16:02,311 --> 01:16:04,108 I'm not a spy! 1278 01:16:07,250 --> 01:16:09,650 I've been trying to tell you that the whole time. 1279 01:16:09,819 --> 01:16:11,878 I really am just a tow truck. 1280 01:16:12,021 --> 01:16:13,852 Finn, he's not joking. 1281 01:16:13,956 --> 01:16:17,824 - I know. - You were right, Finn. I'm a fool. 1282 01:16:17,927 --> 01:16:21,260 And what's happened to McQueen is 'cause I'm such a big one. 1283 01:16:22,065 --> 01:16:24,033 This is all my fault. 1284 01:16:27,170 --> 01:16:29,900 - Good. You're up. - And just in time. 1285 01:16:30,039 --> 01:16:32,667 Professor Z wanted you to have a front-row seat, 1286 01:16:32,842 --> 01:16:34,707 for the death of Lightning McQueen. 1287 01:16:34,877 --> 01:16:37,903 - He's still alive? - Not for much longer. 1288 01:16:42,418 --> 01:16:43,385 Whoa! 1289 01:16:43,886 --> 01:16:44,944 Huh? 1290 01:16:50,859 --> 01:16:53,726 - We came as soon as you called. - I called to talk to Mater. 1291 01:16:53,895 --> 01:16:56,090 It never occurred to me he wouldn't be there. 1292 01:16:56,197 --> 01:16:58,290 Sheriff is talking to Scotland Yard now. 1293 01:16:58,399 --> 01:17:01,368 And Sarge is in touch with his friends in the British military. 1294 01:17:01,503 --> 01:17:03,130 You just need to focus on the race. 1295 01:17:03,271 --> 01:17:05,831 I know but, Sally with everything going on, I'm not sure... 1296 01:17:07,075 --> 01:17:09,373 - Sir Axlerod. - I'm sorry to interrupt. 1297 01:17:09,511 --> 01:17:12,639 - It's all right. - I just wanted to personally thank you. 1298 01:17:12,747 --> 01:17:17,684 Because after Italy, I was finished, and then you gave me one last shot. 1299 01:17:17,786 --> 01:17:18,775 Listen... 1300 01:17:18,887 --> 01:17:22,254 I probably shouldn't be saying this, but I hope you win today. 1301 01:17:22,357 --> 01:17:25,588 You show the world that they've been wrong about allinol. 1302 01:17:26,361 --> 01:17:27,523 Mater would want you to race. 1303 01:17:27,558 --> 01:17:28,685 Mater would want you to race. 1304 01:17:29,529 --> 01:17:31,463 All right. For Mater. 1305 01:18:05,799 --> 01:18:07,232 Here he comes. 1306 01:18:25,352 --> 01:18:27,547 What happened? - I don't know, Professor. 1307 01:18:27,654 --> 01:18:29,781 - What did you do? - I didn't do nothing. 1308 01:18:29,956 --> 01:18:33,050 Ssh, I'm talking to the Professor. What's that, Professor? 1309 01:18:33,193 --> 01:18:34,660 - You broke it! - Quiet! 1310 01:18:34,795 --> 01:18:37,161 - I understand, sir. Yes. - What did he say? 1311 01:18:37,264 --> 01:18:40,165 - We go to the back-up plan. - Back-up plan? 1312 01:18:40,267 --> 01:18:42,235 We snuck a bomb in McQueen's pit. 1313 01:18:42,602 --> 01:18:45,969 The next time he makes a stop, instead of saying "ka-chow"... 1314 01:18:46,073 --> 01:18:48,041 he's going to go "ka-boom"! 1315 01:18:49,976 --> 01:18:52,444 Don't feel bad, tow truck. You couldn't have saved him. 1316 01:18:52,579 --> 01:18:54,740 Oh, wait, you could have! 1317 01:18:54,848 --> 01:18:57,248 - Dad-gum lemons! Request acknowledged. 1318 01:18:57,984 --> 01:19:00,475 What? You didn't think we'd take your bullets? 1319 01:19:03,724 --> 01:19:05,817 That's right! You got nothing! 1320 01:19:06,893 --> 01:19:08,827 Who's the lemon now, huh? 1321 01:19:11,798 --> 01:19:13,390 Nice try, Mater. 1322 01:19:14,201 --> 01:19:17,602 - Dad-gum... Dad-gum... Dad-gum. - Request... Request... Request... 1323 01:19:18,405 --> 01:19:19,838 Mater! 1324 01:19:25,078 --> 01:19:26,807 I got to get y'all out of there. 1325 01:19:26,913 --> 01:19:29,279 There's no time. McQueen needs your help. 1326 01:19:29,416 --> 01:19:31,680 But I can't. I'm just a tow truck. 1327 01:19:31,818 --> 01:19:34,218 It's up to you. Go to the pits and get everyone out. 1328 01:19:34,321 --> 01:19:36,812 - You can do that. - What about you guys? 1329 01:19:36,923 --> 01:19:40,324 - We'll be OK. - Go and get some more dents, Mater. 1330 01:19:49,069 --> 01:19:51,003 So, we'll be OK? Really? 1331 01:19:51,104 --> 01:19:53,664 He wouldn't have left if I'd told him the truth. 1332 01:19:53,774 --> 01:19:55,139 Argh! 1333 01:19:55,275 --> 01:19:56,833 Being killed by a clock. 1334 01:19:56,943 --> 01:19:59,673 Gives a whole new meaning to "Your time has come. " 1335 01:19:59,780 --> 01:20:01,748 Time? That's it! 1336 01:20:09,923 --> 01:20:12,551 - What are you doing? - Trying to turn back time. 1337 01:20:16,096 --> 01:20:19,122 If I can just reverse the polarity. 1338 01:20:22,803 --> 01:20:24,737 Good job. Quick thinking, Holley. 1339 01:20:31,812 --> 01:20:34,679 What's everybody on the wrong side of the road for? 1340 01:20:36,716 --> 01:20:38,445 Oh, no! 1341 01:20:38,552 --> 01:20:40,520 Drive! Burn rubber! 1342 01:20:47,294 --> 01:20:49,262 We've got to get to the course. 1343 01:20:49,996 --> 01:20:52,089 Calculate the fastest way to... 1344 01:20:53,633 --> 01:20:54,657 Done. 1345 01:20:54,768 --> 01:20:56,463 Oh. Miss Shiftwell. 1346 01:20:56,570 --> 01:21:00,301 - They're standard issue now. - You kids get all the good hardware. 1347 01:21:02,241 --> 01:21:03,654 Oh, no, that's Mater's. 1348 01:21:03,689 --> 01:21:05,067 Oh, no, that's Mater's. 1349 01:21:05,177 --> 01:21:06,144 I knew his escape was too easy. 1350 01:21:16,921 --> 01:21:18,320 Come back here! Stop! 1351 01:21:22,060 --> 01:21:23,371 - Mater? - Everybody, get out now! 1352 01:21:23,406 --> 01:21:24,682 - Mater? - Everybody, get out now! 1353 01:21:24,794 --> 01:21:26,256 Y'all get out of the pits. What are you guys doing here? 1354 01:21:26,291 --> 01:21:27,719 Y'all get out of the pits. What are you guys doing here? 1355 01:21:27,830 --> 01:21:30,094 - We're here because of you, Mater. - Is everything OK? 1356 01:21:30,199 --> 01:21:32,793 No, everything's not OK. There's a bomb in here. 1357 01:21:32,935 --> 01:21:34,835 - Y'all got to get out. Now. - A bomb? 1358 01:21:36,472 --> 01:21:38,540 Mater. - Finn! You're OK. 1359 01:21:38,640 --> 01:21:40,538 Listen to me. The bomb is on you! They knew you'd try to help McQueen. 1360 01:21:40,573 --> 01:21:42,437 Listen to me. The bomb is on you! They knew you'd try to help McQueen. 1361 01:21:42,609 --> 01:21:45,976 When we were knocked out, they planted it in your air filter. 1362 01:21:48,415 --> 01:21:50,975 - Uh-oh. - Mater! There you are! 1363 01:21:51,151 --> 01:21:53,949 Stop right there! - I've been so worried about you. 1364 01:21:54,054 --> 01:21:55,715 Don't come any closer! McQUEEN: Are you OK? 1365 01:21:55,823 --> 01:21:57,791 No, I'm not OK! Stay away from me! 1366 01:21:58,592 --> 01:21:59,991 McQUEEN: No, wait! Wait! 1367 01:22:00,160 --> 01:22:03,960 A tow truck has just raced onto the track, driving backwards! 1368 01:22:04,665 --> 01:22:05,757 Mater, wait! 1369 01:22:07,133 --> 01:22:09,966 Normally an emergency vehicle on the track means there's been an accident. 1370 01:22:10,070 --> 01:22:12,732 - Lightning McQueen is chasing him! - Mater, wait! 1371 01:22:12,839 --> 01:22:16,605 Stay back! If you get close to me, you're going to get hurt real bad! 1372 01:22:16,776 --> 01:22:20,610 McQUEEN: I know I made you feel that way before, but none of that matters! 1373 01:22:20,713 --> 01:22:22,203 We're best friends! 1374 01:22:24,217 --> 01:22:25,878 And McQueen seems to be having 1375 01:22:25,985 --> 01:22:27,782 a conversation with the tow truck. 1376 01:22:27,887 --> 01:22:30,583 I don't know who that truck is, Brent, but tell you what, 1377 01:22:30,690 --> 01:22:33,022 he's got to be the world's best backwards driver. 1378 01:22:33,993 --> 01:22:36,962 McQueen, you don't get it! I'm the bomb! 1379 01:22:37,063 --> 01:22:40,590 Yes, Mater! You are the bomb! That's what I'm trying to say here! 1380 01:22:40,700 --> 01:22:44,158 You've always been the bomb and you'll always be the bomb. 1381 01:22:44,270 --> 01:22:46,704 - Stay away! - No! Never! 1382 01:22:49,008 --> 01:22:50,566 Almost there. 1383 01:22:50,677 --> 01:22:54,443 I'm not letting you get away again! 1384 01:22:55,248 --> 01:22:58,445 - Got to keep away from McQueen! Request acknowledged. 1385 01:22:58,551 --> 01:23:00,382 Oh, my gosh. 1386 01:23:13,465 --> 01:23:15,433 What is happening? It's a bad dream! 1387 01:23:16,968 --> 01:23:19,436 And Lightning McQueen just blasted away, 1388 01:23:19,538 --> 01:23:21,938 hooked to the now rocket-propelled tow truck. 1389 01:23:24,142 --> 01:23:25,473 Gargh! 1390 01:23:30,115 --> 01:23:30,993 Aagh! 1391 01:23:31,028 --> 01:23:31,871 Aagh! 1392 01:23:35,718 --> 01:23:37,242 The Professor's on the run! 1393 01:23:37,353 --> 01:23:39,878 - Someone's got to get McQueen. - Get McQueen! 1394 01:23:41,357 --> 01:23:44,019 - Holley, I'll get Z�ndapp. Help Mater. - Got it! 1395 01:23:47,864 --> 01:23:49,832 What is happening? 1396 01:24:03,913 --> 01:24:05,312 Hurry, Professor. 1397 01:24:17,093 --> 01:24:19,891 You really think I'm going to let you float away, Professor? 1398 01:24:47,457 --> 01:24:49,391 - McQueen, let go! - Never! 1399 01:24:51,861 --> 01:24:53,954 - They're coming your way. - Let's go! 1400 01:25:02,138 --> 01:25:03,503 Give it up, McMissile. 1401 01:25:19,856 --> 01:25:23,314 Mater, stop! - No way! You could get hurt. 1402 01:25:29,265 --> 01:25:30,596 Oh, no. 1403 01:25:51,888 --> 01:25:53,266 Mater, we've got to get that bomb off you. 1404 01:25:53,301 --> 01:25:54,645 Mater, we've got to get that bomb off you. 1405 01:25:54,756 --> 01:25:55,723 Bomb? 1406 01:25:55,824 --> 01:25:57,792 Yeah, they strapped it to me to kill you as a back-up plan. 1407 01:25:57,892 --> 01:25:59,388 Back-up plan? Mater, who put a bomb on you? 1408 01:25:59,423 --> 01:26:00,885 Back-up plan? Mater, who put a bomb on you? 1409 01:26:01,729 --> 01:26:04,197 You! Why didn't my death ray kill you? 1410 01:26:04,299 --> 01:26:05,596 Death ray? 1411 01:26:05,700 --> 01:26:06,997 Turn off the bomb, Z�ndapp! 1412 01:26:07,101 --> 01:26:09,592 Are you all so dense? It's voice-activated. 1413 01:26:09,704 --> 01:26:11,797 Everything is voice-activated these days. 1414 01:26:11,906 --> 01:26:13,070 Deactivate! Deactivate! 1415 01:26:13,105 --> 01:26:14,235 Deactivate! Deactivate! 1416 01:26:14,341 --> 01:26:15,968 Voice denied. 1417 01:26:17,745 --> 01:26:19,235 - Huh! - Oops. 1418 01:26:19,413 --> 01:26:21,847 Did I forget to mention that it can only be disarmed 1419 01:26:21,949 --> 01:26:23,644 by the one who activated it? 1420 01:26:23,984 --> 01:26:25,884 - Say it. - Deactivate. 1421 01:26:26,887 --> 01:26:28,320 Voice denied. 1422 01:26:31,291 --> 01:26:34,818 I'm not the one who activated it. Would anyone else like to try? 1423 01:26:35,762 --> 01:26:38,060 - You read my mind. - He was getting on my nerves. 1424 01:26:38,164 --> 01:26:41,691 - What do we do? - It's very simple. You blow up. 1425 01:26:42,135 --> 01:26:45,866 I'm going out on a limb here. These are the guys that want me dead, correct? 1426 01:26:45,972 --> 01:26:48,440 - It's nothing personal. - Fellers, listen. 1427 01:26:48,542 --> 01:26:52,501 I know what you're going through. Everybody's been laughing at me too. 1428 01:26:53,747 --> 01:26:56,875 But becoming powerful and rich beyond your wildest dreams 1429 01:26:56,983 --> 01:26:59,417 ain't gonna make you feel better. 1430 01:27:00,287 --> 01:27:02,255 Yeah, but it's worth a shot. 1431 01:27:11,598 --> 01:27:12,724 Pit stop. 1432 01:27:17,003 --> 01:27:18,971 Not today, boys. 1433 01:27:28,615 --> 01:27:29,582 Retreat! 1434 01:27:32,552 --> 01:27:34,247 Thanks for the help, Corporal. 1435 01:27:34,354 --> 01:27:36,686 Anything for one of Pop's mates. 1436 01:27:42,829 --> 01:27:44,763 What's he saying? What's wrong? 1437 01:27:44,898 --> 01:27:46,866 None of his wrenches fit the bolts. 1438 01:27:49,202 --> 01:27:51,136 I get it. I get it! 1439 01:27:51,237 --> 01:27:53,535 - I know what needs to be done. - Then do it! 1440 01:27:53,640 --> 01:27:55,767 What? No. I can't do it. 1441 01:27:55,909 --> 01:27:57,809 Nobody takes me seriously. 1442 01:27:57,944 --> 01:28:01,004 I know that now. This ain't Radiator Springs. 1443 01:28:01,147 --> 01:28:02,808 Yes, it is. 1444 01:28:03,116 --> 01:28:05,710 Look, you're yourself in Radiator Springs. 1445 01:28:05,819 --> 01:28:07,753 Be yourself here. 1446 01:28:07,854 --> 01:28:09,822 And if people aren't taking you seriously, 1447 01:28:09,923 --> 01:28:12,517 then they need to change, not you. 1448 01:28:12,626 --> 01:28:14,719 I know that because I was wrong before. 1449 01:28:15,395 --> 01:28:17,386 Now, you can do this. You're the bomb. 1450 01:28:17,564 --> 01:28:19,156 Thanks, buddy. 1451 01:28:19,265 --> 01:28:21,733 No, you're the actual bomb. Now, let's go! 1452 01:28:21,835 --> 01:28:23,803 Oh, right. Hang on! 1453 01:28:25,538 --> 01:28:27,506 Where's he going? 1454 01:28:29,175 --> 01:28:31,109 - Computer! Yes, Agent Mater? 1455 01:28:31,211 --> 01:28:34,044 I need that thing you done before to get me away from McQueen! 1456 01:28:34,180 --> 01:28:35,374 Request acknowledged. 1457 01:28:38,952 --> 01:28:41,113 - Mater? - Now I need you to do the chute! 1458 01:28:41,221 --> 01:28:43,155 The second kind, not the first! 1459 01:28:43,256 --> 01:28:45,053 Deploying chute. 1460 01:29:08,848 --> 01:29:10,406 Who's winning the race? 1461 01:29:14,788 --> 01:29:17,222 - Back off! Back away! - It's Lightning McQueen! 1462 01:29:17,323 --> 01:29:19,450 No, it's OK! Tell 'em, Mater. Explain. 1463 01:29:19,626 --> 01:29:21,093 Okay. 1464 01:29:21,227 --> 01:29:22,694 Somebody's been sabotaging 1465 01:29:22,796 --> 01:29:25,060 the racers and hurtin' the cars, and I know who. 1466 01:29:25,198 --> 01:29:26,893 Oh, wait. Your Majesty. 1467 01:29:27,033 --> 01:29:29,001 Bomb! It's a bomb! 1468 01:29:29,736 --> 01:29:32,204 - Everybody, down! - Back up! Move it! 1469 01:29:34,441 --> 01:29:36,375 Get off the stage! Move it! 1470 01:29:36,476 --> 01:29:39,445 Hold your fire! He can't disarm it! 1471 01:29:39,612 --> 01:29:42,911 Mater, I don't know what you're doing, but stand down now. 1472 01:29:43,049 --> 01:29:45,779 This ain't nothing at all like Radiator Springs. 1473 01:29:45,885 --> 01:29:47,819 Mater, just cut to the chase. 1474 01:29:47,921 --> 01:29:49,855 Okay. It's him. 1475 01:29:49,956 --> 01:29:52,982 What? Me? You've got to be crazy. 1476 01:29:53,093 --> 01:29:55,027 I figured it out when I realized 1477 01:29:55,128 --> 01:29:58,586 y'all attached this ticking time bomb with Whitworth bolts - 1478 01:29:58,698 --> 01:30:02,065 the same bolts that hold together that old British engine from the photograph. 1479 01:30:03,434 --> 01:30:04,662 - Holley! Show that picture. - OK. 1480 01:30:05,136 --> 01:30:07,730 I remembered what they say about old British engines: 1481 01:30:07,872 --> 01:30:10,466 If there ain't no oil under 'em, there ain't no oil in 'em. 1482 01:30:10,641 --> 01:30:12,506 What is he talking about? 1483 01:30:12,677 --> 01:30:15,202 It was you leaking oil at the party in Japan. 1484 01:30:15,313 --> 01:30:16,940 You just blamed it on me. 1485 01:30:17,081 --> 01:30:19,606 Electric cars don't use oil, you twit. 1486 01:30:19,717 --> 01:30:22,948 Then you're fakin' it. You didn't convert to no electric. 1487 01:30:24,122 --> 01:30:26,955 If we pop that hood, we'll see that engine from that picture. 1488 01:30:27,358 --> 01:30:28,854 This lorry's crazy! He's going to kill us all! 1489 01:30:28,889 --> 01:30:30,351 This lorry's crazy! He's going to kill us all! 1490 01:30:31,561 --> 01:30:32,687 Stay away! 1491 01:30:32,796 --> 01:30:36,664 But Sir Axlerod created the race. Why would he want to hurt anyone? 1492 01:30:36,767 --> 01:30:40,259 To make allinol look bad so everybody'd go back to using oil. 1493 01:30:40,370 --> 01:30:42,895 He said it himself with that disguised voice. 1494 01:30:43,006 --> 01:30:47,033 Disguised voice? What are you talking about? You're nuts, you are! 1495 01:30:47,144 --> 01:30:49,977 This is going nowhere fast. We really should go, Grandmother. 1496 01:30:50,247 --> 01:30:52,579 One moment, I'd like to see where this is going. 1497 01:30:53,717 --> 01:30:55,514 Mater, he created allinol. 1498 01:30:55,685 --> 01:30:57,346 But what if he found that huge oil field 1499 01:30:57,487 --> 01:30:59,955 just as the world was trying to find something else? 1500 01:31:00,090 --> 01:31:03,890 What if he came up with allinol just to make alternative fuel look bad? 1501 01:31:03,994 --> 01:31:06,792 "What if?" You're basing this on a "what if"? 1502 01:31:06,930 --> 01:31:08,989 - Okay, that's it. - Lads, clear out. 1503 01:31:09,132 --> 01:31:12,192 Wait! Somebody save me! The lorry's crazy! 1504 01:31:12,335 --> 01:31:14,132 - Keep away, you idiot! - Mater! 1505 01:31:15,005 --> 01:31:17,496 - Mater! - Someone do something! 1506 01:31:20,177 --> 01:31:21,390 You're insane, you are! Deactivate! 1507 01:31:21,425 --> 01:31:22,603 You're insane, you are! Deactivate! 1508 01:31:24,313 --> 01:31:28,340 Bomb deactivated. Have a nice day, Sir Axlerod. 1509 01:31:36,191 --> 01:31:39,024 - The engine from the photo. - It's a perfect match. 1510 01:31:39,161 --> 01:31:40,406 How did the tow truck figure it out? 1511 01:31:40,441 --> 01:31:41,652 How did the tow truck figure it out? 1512 01:31:41,763 --> 01:31:45,062 It's official. You're coming to all my races from now on. 1513 01:31:45,166 --> 01:31:47,134 Now you're talkin'! 1514 01:31:50,472 --> 01:31:52,372 Hyeeugh! 1515 01:31:55,543 --> 01:31:57,807 Mater, let's go. You're on. 1516 01:32:02,250 --> 01:32:04,514 Your Majesty, may I present 1517 01:32:04,619 --> 01:32:08,578 for the investiture of honorary knighthood of the British Realm... 1518 01:32:08,757 --> 01:32:12,158 Tow Mater of Radiator Springs. 1519 01:32:12,260 --> 01:32:14,228 Go get 'em, buddy. 1520 01:32:21,903 --> 01:32:26,636 I hereby dub thee Sir Tow Mater. 1521 01:32:28,276 --> 01:32:31,541 Sir? Shoot, you can just call me Mater, Your Majesty. 1522 01:32:31,646 --> 01:32:33,876 I don't wanna hear none of this "sir" business. 1523 01:32:34,015 --> 01:32:36,006 By the way, have y'all met each other? 1524 01:32:36,117 --> 01:32:37,846 Queen, McQueen. McQueen, Queen. 1525 01:32:37,986 --> 01:32:39,886 McQueen, McMissile. McMissile, McQueen. Queen, McMissile. 1526 01:32:45,858 --> 01:32:48,850 So there we was, my rocket jets going full blast, 1527 01:32:48,961 --> 01:32:50,895 McQueen hanging on for dear life 1528 01:32:51,030 --> 01:32:54,932 when suddenly them two nasty lemons come out of nowheres, guns drawed. 1529 01:32:55,100 --> 01:32:56,795 We was goners. 1530 01:32:56,902 --> 01:33:00,065 But then, out of nowhere this beautiful spy car 1531 01:33:00,172 --> 01:33:02,140 swoops in from the sky to save us! 1532 01:33:02,274 --> 01:33:05,209 That's a very entertaining story, young man. 1533 01:33:05,311 --> 01:33:07,245 Oh, Minny, please. Come on! 1534 01:33:07,346 --> 01:33:11,146 None of this happened. Rocket jets, flying spy cars. 1535 01:33:11,283 --> 01:33:14,741 No, you're quite right. It does sound a bit far-fetched. 1536 01:33:14,887 --> 01:33:16,684 Holley! What are you doin' here? 1537 01:33:16,789 --> 01:33:19,690 Hello, Mater! It's so good to see you again. 1538 01:33:19,792 --> 01:33:20,759 Finn! 1539 01:33:20,859 --> 01:33:22,952 Our satellites picked up an urgent communiqu�. 1540 01:33:23,128 --> 01:33:24,823 So you got-a my email. 1541 01:33:24,930 --> 01:33:27,330 Y'all is going to have a great time! 1542 01:33:27,466 --> 01:33:31,300 Everybody, this here's Finn McMissile. He's a secret agent. 1543 01:33:31,403 --> 01:33:32,529 Don't tell nobody. 1544 01:33:32,671 --> 01:33:34,639 And this is Holley Shiftwell. 1545 01:33:34,740 --> 01:33:36,708 - She's... - I'm Mater's girlfriend. 1546 01:33:36,809 --> 01:33:38,743 It's so nice to meet you all. 1547 01:33:38,877 --> 01:33:41,038 Guido believe you now. 1548 01:33:41,180 --> 01:33:43,740 Whoa, honey. You got a nasty dent there. 1549 01:33:43,882 --> 01:33:45,679 - Yeah. - Was that from when you swooped in 1550 01:33:45,784 --> 01:33:47,581 and you saved them in London? 1551 01:33:47,720 --> 01:33:49,688 - Van! - What? I'm just asking! 1552 01:33:49,788 --> 01:33:54,452 Don't you worry. My baby Ramone can get that fixed up for you in no time. 1553 01:33:54,560 --> 01:33:57,586 Yeah, sure thing. No problemo. Let me go get my tools. 1554 01:33:57,730 --> 01:34:00,494 Oh, no. I'm keeping that dent. It's way too valuable. 1555 01:34:01,767 --> 01:34:05,931 A valuable dent? She's as crazy as Mater. 1556 01:34:06,038 --> 01:34:07,801 Those two are perfect for each other. 1557 01:34:07,940 --> 01:34:10,408 There's one thing I still don't get. 1558 01:34:10,542 --> 01:34:13,340 The bad guys hit me with the beam from the camera, right? 1559 01:34:13,445 --> 01:34:17,074 - So, why didn't I... - Explode in a fiery inferno? 1560 01:34:17,216 --> 01:34:19,309 - Yeah. - We couldn't figure that out, either. 1561 01:34:19,418 --> 01:34:22,410 Our investigation proved that allinol was actually gasoline 1562 01:34:22,554 --> 01:34:25,819 and Axlerod engineered it so when it got hit by the beam, it would explode. 1563 01:34:25,958 --> 01:34:29,985 Wait a second, Fillmore. You said my fuel was safe! 1564 01:34:32,531 --> 01:34:37,594 If you're implying that I switched that rot-gut excuse for alternative fuel 1565 01:34:37,736 --> 01:34:41,570 with my all-natural, sustainable, organic biofuel 1566 01:34:41,674 --> 01:34:47,010 just because I never trusted Axlerod, you're dead wrong, man! 1567 01:34:47,146 --> 01:34:49,171 It was him! 1568 01:34:49,281 --> 01:34:53,308 Once big oil, always big oil, man. 1569 01:34:53,419 --> 01:34:54,818 Tree-hugger. 1570 01:34:55,754 --> 01:34:59,246 The Radiator Springs Grand Prix is about to begin. 1571 01:34:59,391 --> 01:35:01,655 All spectators, clear the starting line. 1572 01:35:04,563 --> 01:35:07,031 I can't wait to get rockin'. This is gonna be wicked! 1573 01:35:07,166 --> 01:35:08,758 We should do this every year. 1574 01:35:08,867 --> 01:35:11,961 Yeah, I just figured we never found out who the world's fastest car is. 1575 01:35:12,071 --> 01:35:14,596 Plus, no press, no trophy, just racing. 1576 01:35:14,707 --> 01:35:18,268 - The way I like it. - Francesco likes it like this, too. 1577 01:35:18,410 --> 01:35:21,971 - Francesco, I'd like you to meet... - Signorina Sally. 1578 01:35:22,081 --> 01:35:23,412 It is official. 1579 01:35:23,515 --> 01:35:26,040 Lightning McQueen is the luckiest car in the world. 1580 01:35:26,185 --> 01:35:28,244 Why, thank you. 1581 01:35:28,387 --> 01:35:31,447 Which he will have to be to have a chance against Francesco today! 1582 01:35:31,590 --> 01:35:34,616 See you at the finish line, Mc... What is that? 1583 01:35:34,860 --> 01:35:37,192 Just something I had made up for the occasion. 1584 01:35:37,596 --> 01:35:39,564 Is-a good, McQueen. Very funny. 1585 01:35:39,665 --> 01:35:42,463 Was-a funnier when I did it, but it's-a very funny. 1586 01:35:42,601 --> 01:35:45,798 What are you going to do next? Are you going to take off your fenders? 1587 01:35:45,904 --> 01:35:47,599 Try it. You'll like it. 1588 01:35:47,706 --> 01:35:49,867 So, he's not so good-looking. 1589 01:35:50,008 --> 01:35:52,306 - Yeah. Nice try. - I'm serious! 1590 01:35:52,444 --> 01:35:54,639 That's why I love you, Sally. 1591 01:35:54,747 --> 01:35:57,511 - Wish me luck! - You don't need it! 1592 01:35:57,649 --> 01:36:01,449 Ooh-hm! That Francesco is fine-looking! 1593 01:36:01,553 --> 01:36:03,077 And those open wheels. 1594 01:36:03,222 --> 01:36:06,191 Ooh, I'm gonna have to go get myself some coolant. 1595 01:36:17,636 --> 01:36:18,796 Go, Lightning! 1596 01:36:37,322 --> 01:36:38,949 - Go, Stickers! - Right on, man! 1597 01:36:39,091 --> 01:36:41,025 - Go get 'em, tiger! - Bravo, bravo! 1598 01:36:41,126 --> 01:36:44,459 - Go, Lightning, go! - Go, McQueen! Whoo-hoo! 1599 01:36:44,563 --> 01:36:46,963 Finn? Time to go. 1600 01:36:47,099 --> 01:36:49,329 Siddeley's gassed, geared and ready to fly. 1601 01:36:50,202 --> 01:36:53,330 - You're leavin' already? - We've got another mission. 1602 01:36:53,472 --> 01:36:55,770 Just stopped by here to pick something up. 1603 01:36:56,909 --> 01:37:00,572 Somethin' tells me you're not talkin' about souvenir bumper stickers. 1604 01:37:00,712 --> 01:37:03,044 Her Majesty asked for you personally, Mater. 1605 01:37:03,148 --> 01:37:06,481 - But I told y'all before, I'm not a spy. - We know. 1606 01:37:06,585 --> 01:37:10,248 Spy or not, you're still the smartest, most honest chap we've ever met. 1607 01:37:10,389 --> 01:37:13,722 - Don't forget massively charming. - Well, thanks. 1608 01:37:13,826 --> 01:37:16,920 But as much fun as it was hangin' with y'all, this... 1609 01:37:17,029 --> 01:37:19,691 This is home. 1610 01:37:19,798 --> 01:37:22,665 That's all right. We understand. But I'll be back. 1611 01:37:22,768 --> 01:37:24,599 You still owe me that first date. 1612 01:37:24,736 --> 01:37:27,705 If there's ever anything I can do for you, just let me know. 1613 01:37:27,806 --> 01:37:30,001 Well, I sure appreciate that. Thank you. 1614 01:37:31,376 --> 01:37:34,106 Actually, there is one thing. 1615 01:37:34,646 --> 01:37:36,944 Whoo-hoo! 1616 01:37:37,049 --> 01:37:38,983 Whoo! I'll be doggone! 1617 01:37:43,789 --> 01:37:45,188 Whoa, whoa, whoa! 1618 01:37:48,260 --> 01:37:49,750 Thanks, Mater! 1619 01:37:57,269 --> 01:37:59,237 Ha-ha-ha! Whoo! 1620 01:38:01,006 --> 01:38:02,837 Impossible! 1621 01:38:03,408 --> 01:38:04,841 - Ha-ha! - Mater! 1622 01:38:04,977 --> 01:38:07,537 Check it out. They let me keep the rockets. 1623 01:38:07,646 --> 01:38:09,739 I'll see you at the finish line, buddy! 1624 01:38:09,848 --> 01:38:11,782 Not if I see you first! 1625 01:38:11,884 --> 01:38:13,852 Yippee! 130775

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