Frozen Quotes

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[Olaf continues singing as he runs down the grassy meadow]
Olaf: Winter’s a good time to stay in and cuddle, but put me in summer and I’ll be a…
[he comes across a puddle, looks down at it, smiles and jumps over it]
Olaf: Happy snowman!
[he lies back on a picnic blanket in the grassy meadow and looks up at the sky]
Olaf: When life gets rough I like to hold on to my dream of relaxing in the summer sun, just letting off steam. Oh, the sky will be blue.
[sat next to him are Kristoff, Anna and Sven]
Olaf: And you guys will be there too. When I finally do what frozen things do in summer!
[we’re back in the reality of frozen forest with Anna and Kristoff staring at Olaf]
Kristoff: I’m gonna tell him.
Anna: Don’t you dare.
[Olaf finishes singing his final note]
Olaf: In summer!
[to Anna and Kristoff]
Olaf: So, come on! Elsa’s this way.
[he starts leading them off]
Olaf: Let’s go bring back summer!
Anna: I’m coming!
[Sven join them, Olaf laughs as he leads them, Kristoff stares as they go off]
Kristoff: Somebody’s gotta tell him.


 

[back in Arendelle, the town is completely covered in snow and two men argue in the town square]
Man #1: No, no. You’ve got the bark facing down. The bark needs to be face-up.
Man #2: Bark down is drier!
[they both start pulling at the bark]
Man #1: Bark up!
Man #1: Bark down!
[we then see Hans and two guards giving out cloaks to the people]
Hans: Cloak? Does anyone need a cloak?
[he offers one to a woman]
Woman: Arendelle is indebted to you, your Highness.
Hans: The castle is open. There is soup and hot glogg in the Great Hall.
[he hands the stack of cloaks in hand to a guard]
Hans: Here. Pass these out.
[at that moment the Duke walks towards him with this two guards]
Duke: Prince Hans, are we just expected to sit here and freeze while you give away all of Arendelle’s tradable goods?
Hans: Princess Anna has given her orders…
Duke: And that’s another thing! Has it dawned on you that your princess may be conspiring with a wicked sorceress to destroy us all?
Hans: Do not question the Princess. She left me in charge, and I will not hesitate to protect Arendelle from treason.
[looking flabbergasted]
Duke: Treason?!


 

[Anna’s horse returns looking frightened]
Hans: Woh! Woh! Woh, boy. Easy. Easy.
[Hans steadies the horse and the crowd start panicking]
Voice of Man: That’s Princess Anna’s horse.
Voice of Woman: But where is the Princess?
[Hans looks out to the mountain and then turns to face the crowd]
Hans: Princess Anna is in trouble. I need volunteers to go with me to find her.
[some of the crowd step forward to volunteer]
Duke: I volunteer two men, my Lord!
[to his two guards]
Duke: Be prepared for anything. And should you encounter the Queen, you are to put an end to this winter. Do you understand?


 

[as they make their way on the North Mountain]
Kristoff: So how exactly are you planning to stop this weather?
Anna: Oh, I am gonna talk to my sister.
Kristoff: That’s your plan? My ice business is riding on you talking to your sister?
Anna: Yup.
[distracted by Anna’s reply suddenly Kristoff walks into the end of an icicle which hits his nose, he carefully moves around the spike]
Kristoff: So you’re not at all afraid of her?
Anna: Why would I be?
Olaf: Yeah. I bet she’s the nicest, gentlest, warmest person ever.
[Olaf turns to look at them as he carries on walking and suddenly he walks right onto an icicle and it runs through his torso and dismembers his upper body from his lower body, he looks down]
Olaf: Oh, look at that. I’ve been impaled.
[he laughs]


 

[they reach the mountain wall which goes straight up]
Anna: What now?
[Kristoff looks up at the wall]
Kristoff: Mm. It’s too steep. I’ve only got one rope and you don’t know how to climb mountains.
Anna: Says who?
[as Kristoff is busy getting the rope out Sven nudge him and he looks up to see Anna trying to climb the steep mountain wall]
Kristoff: What are you doing?
Anna: I’m going to see my sister!
Kristoff: You’re gonna kill yourself. I wouldn’t put my foot there.
[Anna’s foot slips]
Anna: You’re distracting me.
Kristoff: Or there.
[Anna slips again]
Kristoff: How do you know Elsa even wants to see you?
Anna: Alright, I’m…I’m just blocking you out cause I gotta concentrate here.
[we hear Anna slipping again]


 

Kristoff: You know, most people who disappear into the mountains want to be alone.
Anna: Nobody wants to be alone. Except maybe you.
Kristoff: I’m not alone. I have friends, remember?
Anna: You mean the love experts?
Kristoff: Yes, the love experts.
[as Anna continues to climb the wall]
Anna: Please tell me I’m almost there.
[we suddenly see that she’s only managed to climb a few inches up the wall]
Anna: Does the air seem a bit thin to you up here?
[Kristoff chuckles]
Kristoff: Hang on.
[as Kristoff goes to help Anna Olaf interrupts]
Olaf: Hey, Sven? Not sure if this is gonna solve the problem, but I found a staircase that leads exactly where you want it to go.
Anna: Ha-ha. Thank goodness! Catch!
[she drops off and lands into Kristoff’s arms]
Anna: Thanks! That was like a crazy trust exercise.
[she hops off his arms and goes over to join Olaf]


 

[they reach the ice staircase Elsa had built, they look up in amazement at Elsa’s ice palace]
Anna: Woh.
Kristoff: Now that’s ice. I might cry.
Anna: Go ahead. I won’t judge.
[she starts walking up the ice staircase, Sven goes to follow her but slips on the ice and scrambles as his hooves keep slipping]
Kristoff: Alright, take it easy, boy. Come here, I gotcha.
[Kristoff helps Sven back down the stairs]
Kristoff: Okay. You stay right here, buddy.
[Sven slams his butt down to sit and wait, Kristoff starts climbing the stairs]
Kristoff: Flawless.
[Anna arrives at the door of the ice palace, holds up her hand to knock but hesitates]
Olaf: Knock. Just knock.
[Anna just stand motionless holding up her hand; to Kristoff]
Olaf: Why isn’t she knocking? Do you think she knows how to knock?


 

[Anna finally knocks and the ice doors opens]
Anna: It opened. That’s a first.
[before she takes a step inside she looks at Olaf and Kristoff]
Anna: Oh, you should probably wait out here.
Kristoff: What?
Anna: Last time I introduced her to a guy, she froze everything.
Kristoff: But…but…oh, come on! It’s a palace made of ice! Ice is my life!
Olaf: Bye, Sven.
[Olaf turns to step inside but Anna stops him]
Anna: You too, Olaf.
Olaf: Me?
Anna: Just give us a minute.
Olaf: Okay.
[as Anna walks inside Olaf starts counting down the minute]
Olaf: One…two…three…four…
[he turns to join Kristoff as he sits on the steps outside, then the doors close]


 

[Anna walks into the palace and looks up at the beautiful icy ceiling]
Anna: Woh.
[she looks around]
Anna: Elsa? It’s me, Anna.
[as she goes to walk she slips but steadies herself]
Elsa: Anna?
[Anna looks up and sees Elsa up the balcony and is struck by her beauty]
Anna: Wow. Elsa, you look different. It’s a good different. And this place…it’s amazing.
Elsa: Thank you. I never knew what I was capable of.
Anna: I’m so sorry about what happened. If I’d have known…
Elsa: No, no. It’s okay. You don’t have to apologize. But you should probably go, please.
Anna: But I just got here.
Elsa: You belong down in Arendelle.
Anna: So do you.
Elsa: No, Anna. I belong here. Alone. Where I can be who I am without hurting anybody.
Anna: Actually, about that…
[suddenly we hear Olaf’s voice still counting down the minute]
Olaf: Fifty-eight…fifty-nine…sixty.
Elsa: Wait. What is that?
[Olaf opens the doors and enters the palace running towards them]


 

Olaf: Hi, I’m Olaf and I like warm hugs!
[he comes to stand next to Anna]
Elsa: Olaf?
Olaf: You built me. Remember that?
Elsa: And you’re alive?
Olaf: Um…I think so?
[Elsa looks down at her hands and smiles]
Anna: He’s just like the one we built as kids.
Elsa: Yeah.


 

Anna: Elsa, we were so close. We can be like that again.
[suddenly Elsa has flashback to the day she accidentally had hurt Anna when they were children]
Young Anna: Catch me!
Young Elsa: Slow down!
[holding Anna in her arms after striking her unconscious wither her power]
Young Elsa: Anna!
[back to present, Elsa’s face drops]
Elsa: No, we can’t.
[Elsa turns to walk away]
Elsa: Goodbye, Anna.
Anna: Elsa, wait.
Elsa: No, I’m just trying to protect you!
[Anna starts climbing the stairs]
Anna: You don’t have to protect me. I’m not afraid!
[Elsa continues to walk away]
Anna: Please don’t shut me out again. Please don’t slam the door.


 

[Anna starts singing “First Time in Forever, Reprise” as Elsa walks away from her]
Anna: You don’t have to keep your distance anymore.
[Anna follows Elsa]
Anna: Cause for the first time in forever, I finally understand. For the first time in forever, we can fix this hand in hand. We can head down this mountain together. You don’t have to live in fear. Cause for the first time in forever, I will be right here.
[Anna follows Elsa up to her living quarters, Elsa turns to her and starts singing]
Elsa: Anna, please go back home. Your life awaits. Go enjoy the sun and open up the gates.
Anna: Yeah, but…
Elsa: I know! You mean well, but leave me be.
[Elsa turns and walks out onto the balcony with Anna following her]


 

Elsa: Yes, I’m alone, but I’m alone and free. Just stay away and you’ll be safe from me.
[Elsa walks back inside]
Anna: Actually, we’re not.
Elsa: What do you mean you’re not?
Anna: I get the feeling you don’t know?
Elsa: What do I not know?
Anna: Arendelle’s in deep, deep, deep, deep snow.
[Elsa looks shocked and they stop singing]
Elsa: What?
Anna: You kind of set off an eternal winter…everywhere.
Elsa: Everywhere?
Anna: Oh, it’s okay. You can just unfreeze it.
Elsa: No, I can’t. I…I don’t know how!
[suddenly it starts to snow in the palace]
Anna: Sure you can. I know you can!


 

[they start singing again]
Anna: Cause for the first time in forever…
Elsa: Oh, I’m such a fool! I can’t be free!
Anna: You don’t have to be afraid.
Elsa: No escape from the storm inside of me!
Anna: We can work this out together.
[the snow starts to get heavier and faster]
Elsa: I can’t control the curse!
Anna: We’ll reverse the storm you’ve made.
Elsa: Oh, Anna, please. You’ll only make it worse!
Anna: Don’t panic.
Elsa: There’s so much fear!
Anna: We’ll make the sun shine bright.
Elsa: You’re not safe here!
Anna: We can face this thing together.
Elsa: No! I can’t!
[the snow blizzard gets worse then suddenly as Elsa gets more agitated she sucks the blizzard back into herself and then it bursts out and accidentally hits Anna in the heart]


 

[after Anna gets hits in the heart by Elsa’s power she falls to her knees, Elsa turns and notices what she’s done, at the same time Kristoff rushes towards them]
Kristoff: Anna! Are you okay?
[he goes to help Anna up]
Anna: I’m okay. I’m fine.
[Anna stands]
Elsa: Who’s this? Wait, it doesn’t matter. Just…you have to go.
Anna: No, I know we can figure this out together.
[Kristoff notices icy shadows forming around them]
Elsa: How? What power do you have to stop this winter? To stop me?
[Kristoff tries to pull Anna away as the icy shadows gets worse around the palace walls]
Kristoff: Anna, I think we should go.
Anna: No. I’m not leaving without you, Elsa.
Elsa: Yes, you are.
[she waves her hands and with her power builds a giant snowman, the palace door bursts open and the giant snowman is holding Anna, Kristoff and Anna in his hands]
Anna: Stop. Put us down!
Marshmallow: Go away!
[the snowman tosses Anna and Kristoff down the icy steps and they slide down going past Sven, he then goes to toss Olaf]
Olaf: Heads up!
[the snowman tosses Olaf and his head lands first in a snowbank near Anna and Kristoff]
Olaf: Watch out for my butt!
[Anna and Kristoff duck as the rest of Olaf’s body slams into the snowbank]


 

[furious at being thrown by the giant snowman, Anna picks up a snowball to throw at it]
Anna: It is not nice to throw people!
[Kristoff stops her and grabs hold of her]
Kristoff: Woh! Woh, woh! Feisty pants. Okay, relax. Just calm down. Calm down!
Anna: Okay! Alright! I’m Okay!
Kristoff: Just let the snowman be.
Anna: I’m calm.
[he lets her go and turns]
Kristoff: Great.
[suddenly Anna tosses the snowball at the giant snowman]
Kristoff: Oh, come on!
[the snowball hits the giant snowman on the back and this infuriates him]
Kristoff: Oh, see! Now you made him mad!
Olaf: I’ll distract him. You guys go.
[Kristoff, Anna and Sven go off, at the same time the rest of Olaf’s body falls off the snowbank and runs off]
Olaf: No, no! Not you guys!
[the giant snowman goes after Anna and Kristoff and as he walks off Olaf’s head falls down into the snow]
Olaf: This just got a whole lot harder.


 

[as the giant snowman chases after them, Anna grabs the branch of a tree]
Kristoff: What are you doing?
[Anna releases the branch and as it snaps upright it knocks the snowman back]
Kristoff: Woh!
Anna: I got him!
[they laugh as they run off when they suddenly come to the edge of the cliff]
Kristoff: Woh! Stop!
Anna: It’s a hundred foot drop.
Kristoff: It’s two hundred.
[Kristoff ties his rope around Anna’s waste tightly]
Anna: Ow!
[we see the other end is tied to his own waste, he then turns to pick up the axe]
Anna: What’s that for?
[Kristoff starts using the axe to dig into the snow]
Kristoff: I’m digging a snow anchor.
Anna: Okay. What if we fall?
Kristoff: There’s twenty feet of fresh powder down there, it’ll be like landing on a pillow. Hopefully.


 

[they hear the snowman approaching]
Kristoff: Okay, Anna. On three.
[he throws the rest of the rope down the edge of the cliff]
Anna: Okay.
Kristoff: One…
Anna: You tell me when, I’m ready to go.
Kristoff: Two…
Anna: I was born ready! Yes!
Kristoff: Calm down.
[suddenly a huge tree flies through the air and lands in front of them]
Anna: Tree!
[Kristoff looks behind him and sees Anna jumping off the cliff]
Kristoff: What the…?
[the rope pulls Kristoff over the edge]
Kristoff: Woh!
[the other end of the rope on the cliff catches the anchor Kristoff had dug and catches their fall]
Kristoff: That happened.


 

[Olaf runs through the snowy woods and we see his body parts are all in the wrong places with his nose stuck on the side of his head]
Olaf: Man, am I out of shape!
[he stops to take a breather and puts his body back into the right order and puts his nose back into place]
Olaf: There we go. Hey, Anna! Sven! Where’d you guys go? We totally lost Marshmallow back there!
[in the same moment Marshmallow emerges through the trees and comes up behind Olaf]
Olaf: Hey. We were just talking about you.
[Olaf turns to face Marshmallow]
Olaf: All good things, all good things.
[Marshmallow roars and goes to take step forward]
Olaf: No!
[Marshmallow stomps forward and Olaf jumps onto his leg to stop him]
Olaf: This is not making much of a difference, is it?
[Marshmallow flicks Olaf off his leg and he goes over the cliff screaming right past Anna and Kristoff as they are letting themselves down with the rope]
Anna: Olaf!
Olaf: Hang in there, guys!
[Olaf’s body separates as it falls down]


 

[to Kristoff]
Anna: Go Faster!
[suddenly they stop moving]
Anna: Wait, what?
[they look up to see Marshmallow pulling their rope up and Kristoff hits his head against the edge of the cliff]
Anna: Kristoff!
[Marshmallow pulls them up towards his face and roars out]
Marshmallow: Don’t come back!
Anna: We won’t.
[Anna gets out a knife and cuts the rope and they fall down the cliff screaming]


 

[as they fall down the cliff, Anna lands on the ground up to her waist in the snow]
Anna: Hey, you were right. Just like a pillow.
[she looks up and sees Olaf panicking as his upper half is sat upon Kristoff boots which are sticking out of the snow]
Anna: Olaf!
Olaf: I can’t feel my legs! I can’t feel my legs!
[suddenly Kristoff’s head and body pops up from beneath the snow]
Kristoff: Those are my legs.
[the rest of Olaf’s body runs past them]
Olaf: Ooh. Hey, do me a favor, grab my butt.
[Kristoff grabs the rest of Olaf’s body and stick his head back onto it]
Olaf: Oh, that feels better.
[Sven comes up behind him and sniffs him]
Olaf: Hey, Sven! He found us.
[he grabs hold of Sven’s face]
Olaf: Who’s my cute little reindeer?
[Kristoff pushes him away from Sven]
Kristoff: Don’t talk to him like that.
[Olaf laughs it off]


 

[Kristoff goes to help Anna out of the snow]
Kristoff: Here.
Anna: Woh!
Kristoff: You okay?
Anna: Thank you.
[they stare at each other for a moment]
Anna: How’s your head?
[she touches his head and Kristoff flinches in pain]
Kristoff: Ah! Ooh! Uh…it uh…it’s fine. Uh…I’m good. Uh…I’ve got a thick skull.
Olaf: I don’t have a skull…or bones.
[there’s an awkward silence]
Kristoff: So…uh…so now what?
Anna: Now what?
[panicking as she realizes what’s happened]
Anna: Now what?! Oooh! What am I gonna do? She threw me out. I can’t go back to Arendelle with the weather like this. And then there’s your ice business and we…
Kristoff: Hey, hey, don’t worry about my ice business.


 

[he notices her patch of white hair]
Kristoff: Worry about your hair?!frozen-12
Anna: What? I just fell off a cliff! You should see your hair.
Kristoff: No, yours is turning white.
Anna: White? It’s…what?
[she picks up one her braid and notices the tendrils turning white]
Kristoff: It’s because she struck you, isn’t it?
Anna: Does it look bad?
[he hesitates for a moment]
Kristoff: No.
[suddenly Olaf’s head pops up]
Olaf: You hesitated.
Kristoff: No, I-I didn’t. Anna, you need help. Okay? Come on.


 

[he starts leading them off]
Olaf: Okay! Where are we going?
Kristoff: To see my friends.
Anna: The love experts?
Olaf: Love experts?!
Kristoff: Uh-huh. And don’t worry, they’ll be able to fix this.
Anna: How do you know?
Kristoff: Because I’ve seen them do it before.
[to Anna and Sven]
Olaf: I like to consider myself a love expert.


 

[back in Elsa’ ice palace, she paces around looking distraught and talking to herself]
Elsa: Get it together. Control it. Don’t feel. Don’t feel. Don’t feel. Don’t feel!
[ice cracks, Elsa looks around and notices ice spikes growing out of the castle walls]


 

[as they make their way to Kristoff’s friends, Olaf stares at The Northern Lights as he lies down on his back on Sven’s back]
Olaf: Look, Sven. The sky’s awake.
[behind them Anna and Kristoff are walking when Anna starts to shiver]
Kristoff: Are you cold?
Anna: A little.
[Kristoff goes to reach put his arm around her but stops himself, he then notices the steam vents up ahead]
Kristoff: Uh…uh…wait. Uh…come here.
[he takes her to the steam vent and she holds out her hand to warm up]
Anna: Ooh.


 

[Kristoff starts to lead off them off again]
Kristoff: So, uh…about my friends. Well, I say friends, they’re more like family. Anyway, when I was a kid, it was just me and Sven until they, you know, kind of took us in.
Anna: They did?
Kristoff: Yeah. I don’t want to scare you, they can be a little bit inappropriate. And loud, very loud. They’re also stubborn at times, and a little overbearing, and heavy. Really, really heavy. Which you’ll…but you know, you’ll get it. They’re fine. They mean well.
[Anna touches his arm to reassure him]
Anna: Kristoff, they sound wonderful.
Kristoff: Okay then.
[Kristoff steps forward, turns to face Anna, Olaf and Sven and opens his arm out]
Kristoff: Meet my family.
[they’re standing in a field full of what looks like rocks]


 

[Kristoff turns to the rocks and waves]
Kristoff: Hey, guys!
[Olaf and Anna look at him like he’s crazy]
Anna: They’re rocks.
[to the rocks]
Kristoff: You are a sight for sore eyes.
[Anna and Olaf watch him looking dumbfounded; whispering to Anna as they watch Kristoff]
Olaf: He’s crazy.
[they watch Kristoff kneeling down in front of one of the rocks]
Kristoff: Hey, woh. I didn’t even recognize you. You’ve lost so much weight.
[whispering to Anna]
Olaf: I’ll distract them while you run.
[steps forward and waves at the rocks]
Olaf: Hi, Sven’s family!
[tapping one of the rocks]
Olaf: It’s nice to meet you!
[whispering to Anna]
Olaf: Because I love you, Anna, I insist you run.
[to the rock]
Olaf: I understand you’re love experts! Wooh.
[whispering to Anna again, who’s still standing frozen to the spot looking dumbfounded]
Olaf: Why aren’t you running?
Anna: Uh…okay. Well, I’m gonna go
[she turns to leave]
Kristoff: No, no, no! Anna, wait!
[suddenly the rocks start rolling]
Anna: Kristoff!


 

[the rocks roll towards Kristoff and unroll revealing themselves as the trolls]
Bulda: Kristoff’s home!
[the trolls jump around with excitement shouting Kristoff’s name and Olaf starts to join in]
Olaf: Kristoff’s home! Wait. Kristoff?
[he stops turns to one of the trolls, then one of the trolls grabs Kristoff’s hand and yanks him down]
Troll #1: Ah, let me look at you.
[another troll lifts up his jacket]
Troll #2: Take off your clothes! I’ll wash them…
Kristoff: No! I’m…I’m gonna keep my clothes on. Look, it’s great to see you all, but where is Grand Pabbie?
Kid Troll #1: He’s napping. But look, I grew a mushroom.
[he turns and shows the mushroom growing on his back, then another kid troll steps forward]
Kid Troll #2: I earned my fire crystal.
[an adult troll holds a small stone in his hand]
Troll #3: I passed a kidney stone.
Kid Troll #3: Kristoff, pick me up!
[the kid troll jumps up on Kristoff’s arm]
Kristoff: You’re getting big. Good for you.
[another kid troll jumps on his back]


 

[Anna watches the trolls in confusion]
Anna: Trolls? They’re trolls.
[suddenly there’s silence and all the trolls turn to look at Anna]
Bulda: He’s brought a girl!
All Trolls: A girl!
[the trolls pick Anna up by her feet and rolls her down and throw her into Kristoff’s arms]
Anna: What’s going on?
Kristoff: I’ve learned to just roll with it.
[he puts Anna down on her feet and immediately Bulda pulls her forward and starts examining her face]
Bulda: Let me see. Bright eyes. Working nose. Strong teeth. Yes, yes. She’ll do nicely for our Kristoff.
Anna: Wait, wait, wait! Oh. Um…no.
[Kristoff looks embarrassed]
Kristoff: You’ve got the wrong idea.
Anna: No.
Kristoff: No. That’s not why I brought her here.
Anna: Right. We’re not. I’m not…
[Anna smiles, looking uncomfortable]
Bulda: What’s the issue, dear? Why are you holding back from such a man?


 

[she starts singing “Fixer Upper”]
Bulda: Is it the clumpy way he walks?
Kristoff: What?
Troll #1: Or the grumpy way he talks?
Anna: Oh, no.
Troll #2: Or the pear-shaped, square-shaped weirdness of his feet?
[she pick up his foot]
Kristoff: Hey!
Troll #3: And though we know he washes well he always ends up sort of smelly.
Bulda and Troll #1: But you’ll never meet a fella who’s as sensitive and sweet.
That’s nice. But…
Bulda and Troll #1: So he’s a bit of a fixer upper. So he’s got a few flaws.
Troll #4: Like his peculiar brain, dear.
Troll #5: His thing for the reindeer.
Troll #4 and Troll #5: That’s a little outside of nature’s laws.
Kristoff: This is not about me!
All Trolls: So he’s a bit of a fixer upper, but this we’re certain of. You can fix this fixer upper up with a little bit of love.
[they push Kristoff towards Anna and they both look embarrassed]
Anna: Um…


 

[to the trolls as they continue to sing]
Kristoff: Can we please just stop talking about this? We’ve got a real, actual problem here.
Bulda: I’ll say. So tell me dear, is it the way that he runs scared?
Troll #5: Or that he’s socially impaired?
Kid Troll #3: Or that he only likes to tinkle in the woods?
Anna: I did not need to know that.
Troll #1: Are you holding back your fondness due to his unmanly blondness?
[Anna laughs]
All Trolls: Or the way he covers up that he’s the honest goods? He’s just a bit of a fixer upper. He’s got a couple of’ bugs.
Kristoff: No, I don’t!
All Trolls: His isolation is confirmation of his desperation for healing hugs.
[they all hug Kristoff]
All Trolls: So he’s a bit of a fixer upper, but we know what to do. The way to fix up this fixer upper is to fix him up with you.
[the girl trolls pulls Anna away and the boy trolls pull Kristoff away in the opposite direction]
Kristoff: Stop it. Stop it. Stop it. Enough! She’s engaged to someone else. Okay?!
[the trolls stare at him, blink and then they huddle together]
Boy Troll #1: So she’s a bit of a fixer upper.
Boy Troll #2: That’s a minor thing.
Boy Troll #3: Her quote “engagement” is a flex arrangement.
Kid Troll: And by the way, I don’t see no ring.
All Boy Trolls: So she’s a bit of a fixer upper, her brain’s a bit betwixt. Get the fiancé out of the way and the whole thing will be fixed!
[Kristoff puts his face in his hands in frustration]


 

[the girls trolls continue to sing to Anna]
Bulda: We aren’t saying you can change him cause people don’t really change. We’re only saying that love’s a force that’s powerful and strange. People make bad choices if they’re
mad or scared or stressed. But throw a little love their way…
All Girl Trolls: Throw a little love their way and you’ll bring out their best! True love brings out the best!
[the trolls put on Anna and Kristoff cloaks and crowns made out of leaves, wood and stones]
All Trolls: Everyone’s a bit of a fixer upper, that’s what it’s all about.
Boy Troll: Father
Girl Troll: Sister.
Kid Troll: Brother!
All Trolls: We need each other to raise us up and round us out. Everyone’s a bit of a fixer upper, but when push comes to shove.
[they push Anna and Kristoff closer together]
Olaf: The only fixer upper fixer that can fix a fixer upper is…
All Trolls: True, true, true, true, love. Love, love, love, true love. True…
[a troll priest stands in front of Anna and Kristoff]
Troll Priest: Do you, Anna, take Kristoff to be your trollfully wedded…
Anna: Wait, what?!
Troll Priest: You’re getting married.
All Trolls: Love!
[just then Anna collapses, Kristoff catches her]
Kristoff: Anna!


 

[holding Anna in his arms]
Kristoff: She’s as cold as ice.
[just then Grand Pappie rolls in]
Grand Pabbie: There is strange magic here.
Kristoff: Grand Pabbie!
Grand Pabbie: Come, come. Bring her here to me.
[Kristoff helps Anna over to Grand Pabbie who takes her hands]
Grand Pabbie: Anna, your life is in danger. There is ice in your heart, put there by your sister. If not removed, to solid ice will you freeze, forever.
Anna: What? No.
Kristoff: But you can remove it, right?
Grand Pabbie: I cannot. I’m sorry, Kristoff. If it was her head that would be easy, but only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart.
Anna: An act of true love?
Bulda: A true love’s kiss, perhaps?
[Bulda kisses they boy troll next to her and the rest of the trolls kiss each other, Anna collapses again into Kristoff’s arms and more of her hair turns white]
Kristoff: Anna, we’ve got to get you back to Hans.
[looking very weak]
Anna: Hans.
Kristoff: Pull us out, Sven.
[Kristoff grabs one of Sven’s antlers and he pulls them up onto his back]
Kristoff: Olaf! Come on!
Olaf: I’m coming!
[Olaf jumps onto Sven’s back to join Kristoff and Anna and Sven takes off]
Olaf: Let’s go kiss Hans! Who is this Hans?!

 


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