I try to change the room to Aladdin and it will just not respond.
Maybe Peter set it that way.
I wish you were dead.
Let them have it for a few more moments.
We will actually start living when we turn it off.
In the exposition the parents George and Lydia Hadley enter in the nursery that turns into a vedlt and see all different kinds of animals and objects in the veldt and explain how hot it is.
Mr. McClean will be here soon help us pack and get to the airport.
The parents are eating dinner by themselves when their kids are at a carnival then George goes back to the nursery tries to change the setting but it is just stuck on the Veldt. George does not feel like a parent because the house takes care for all of them.
George tells their kids that he is going to turn off the nursery so they are not so reliant on and do things on their own. The kids get mad at him by swearing, making noise, jumping on furniture, crying, and Peter tells George he wished he was dead.
George decided that him and his family are going on vacation so they can get away from the nursery so George and Lydia went to go dress up. Then the kids call their parents down into the nursery. The parents are called by the children into the nursery and they are trapped inside it.
Mr. McClean enters in the nursery cannot finding George and Lydia but they do find the children in the Africa setting. Mr. McClean sees lions fighting for some food and vultures fly over the lions. With Mr. McClean not knowing that was George and Lydia. But what the things the lions are eating in the background is the children parents.
Where are your parents?
They will come here.
Would you like some tea?
This scene is ironic because the kids have a plan to kill their parents and you would not think that kids would kill their parents.