Henry, it's time.
Which one did you say moved?
The one on the left.
You're a poppa.
You're a momma.
You little sneak. Hello, Libby.
He's got your eyes.
Get out of there, you little prickle bush.
All right, this is gonna be a big one.
Come on out.
Look at you.
That's Clawtooth Mountain. And this is our farm.
And we're all gonna take care of it together.
- What? - Gotcha!
Momma, I'm done watering.
Good job, Libby. Buck, get back to your chores.
- What? - Thanks, Buck.
But I... I...
You're all set.
Can't I do something else, Momma?
- Get going. - Okay.
Who is that?
You stuck, little guy?
Let me get that for you. You're free.
Hello, move. Go find your poppa and your...
Whoa. The river's not something to mess around with there, Arlo.
Be careful. What's the problem?
Poppa, Henrietta is the worst one in the coop!
Yesterday you said Footless Fran was the worst.
She's only got one foot.
You don't have to like 'em, Arlo. You just have to feed 'em.
That should do it.
Now, this will keep them rotten critters from stealing our food
because I made this silo 100% critter-proof.
Put your mark on there, Henry. You earned it.
- Yeah, Poppa, do it! Come on! - Yeah!
Only if your momma does it first.
If anyone's earned a mark around here, it's her.
Did you just put your mark higher than mine?
What? No. It's just the angle you're looking at it.
The "angle," huh?
- Me too! My turn! - Me, me, me! My turn!
Now hold on. It's not that easy.
You've got to earn your mark by doing something big.
For something bigger than yourself.
Someday you'll all make your mark and I can't wait to see it.
That is how you clear a field. Attaboy, Buck.
He'll figure it out. Be just fine.
Go on, Buck. You earned it.
Good job, son.
You've got it, Libby! Just a little bit more.
- Beautiful. - You earned your mark, sweetheart.
He'll get there.
All right, you cluckers, you're about to get fed.
- Come here. - Buck! What happened?
I came to help you with your chores. And then they attacked.
- You're gonna be okay. - Tell Momma I love her.
I see a light.
I'll go get help!
- You should see your face! - I should've known!
- Always got to mess me up. - Me?
You mess up your chores and everyone else's.
- You're such a coward. - Buck!
I ain't a coward. And I'm gonna make my mark.
Just like you, and Libby, and everyone!
You will, darling. You just need a little more time.
Forget it. I didn't even want that dumb mark anyway.
I got an idea.
Arlo. Arlo. Wake up.
Come with me.
- Where are we going? - You'll see.
Okay, now take a walk out there.
- By myself? - Go on.
Calm down. Breathe.
Sometimes you got to get through your fear
to see the beauty on the other side.
I got a new job for you tomorrow.
That is if you still want to make your mark.
The dang wilderness critter's coming over the fence, eating our food,
and I've had it up to my snout.
If this keeps up, we won't have enough food to survive the winter.
That's why you are gonna catch that critter.
Then along comes a critter...
And this is how you're gonna finish the job.
When that critter's taken care of,
you'll put your mark on the silo right next to mine.
I'll take care of the critter, Poppa. It won't stand a chance.
What are you doing, you bug?
Get out of here.
Move along, leaf. Move along.
You're dead, critter.
Okay. You're free.
What are you doing? Just leave! Flee!
Stay back! Go! Whoa.
Why'd you let it go?
It was biting, and coming at me, and screeching, and...
You had a job to do.
You got to get over your fear, Arlo, or you won't survive out here.
We're gonna finish your job right now.
- Out there? - Get over.
But, Poppa, what if we get lost?
As long as you can find the river, you can find your way home.
What do you see?
And they're washing out, we got to move!
We're losing it!
Arlo, keep moving!
Arlo, what did I say about keeping...
It's okay, Arlo. I'm sorry.
I just wanted you to get through your fear.
I know you have it in you.
But I'm not like you.