Judy: That went so fast, I didn't get a chance to mention you or say anything about how we...
Nick: Oh, I think you said plenty.
Judy: What do you mean?
Nick: "Clearly there's a biological component?" "These predators may be reverting back to their primitive, savage ways?" Are you serious?
Judy: I just stated the facts of the case. I mean, it's not like a bunny could go savage.
Nick: Right, but a fox could? Huh?
Judy: Nick, stop it, you're not like them.
Nick: Oh, there's a 'them' now?
Judy: You know what I mean, you're not that kind of predator.
Nick: The kind that needs to be muzzled? The kind that makes you think you need to carry around fox repellant? Yeah, don't think I didn't notice that little item the first time we met. Look. Let me ask you a question. Are you afraid of me? Do you think I might go nuts? You think I might go savage? You think I might try to eat you? I knew it, huh. Just when I thought somebody actually believed in me, huh? Probably best if you don't have a predator as a partner.
Judy: No, Nick. Nick!
A Reporter: Officer Hopps, were you just threatened by that predator?
Judy: No, he's my friend.
A Reporter: We can't even trust our own friends?
Judy: That is not what I said. Please.
A Reporter: Are we safe?
A Reporter: Have any other foxes gone savage?