When Nick and Judy were planning their wedding, Judy's parents and all of her siblings ended up moving to Zootopia to be near her. On this fine day, a now married Nick and Judy pay them a visit. During the day, Skippy, one of the younger bunny children, comments on how he wants to be like Nick.
- The title and line by Skippy, and Nick's response, is a nod to King Louie's song in both versions of Disney's The Jungle Book.
Nick and Judy were paying a visit to Judy's family that day. They had been in the midst of a huge move: her parents and all of her siblings had moved to Zootopia in order to be close to her. They knocked on the door. A moment later, Bonnie Hopps opened the door.
"Nick, Judy! Welcome back!" she said.
She then turned.
"Everyone, Nick and Judy are here!" she said.
Stu and Judy's siblings came rushing to the door. They greeted Nick and Judy warmly as they entered Stu and Bonnie's massive home, which had once been a large bed and breakfast. The eldest siblings greeted them first. The young bunnies first gathered around Judy, hugging their big sister. That done, they all turned to Nick, who they had grown to truly admire.
"Hey, Nick, you want to come and hang out with us?" the boy named Thumper asked.
Nick smiled, but Stu stepped in.
"Thumper, don't bother him too much," he said.
Nick waved it off.
"No, it's fine. I enjoy spending time with them," he said.
"They certainly admire you, and they talk about you a lot," she said.
Judy smiled at her younger brothers and sisters.
"Well, he certainly is a great fox to admire," she said.
Nick smiled proudly as they all headed inside. Even though he had seen it when they moved in not long ago, he was still surprised about how large it was. It had to be for such a large family. Before long, he was with the bunny kids in their upstairs play area while Judy caught up with her parents. He played with the kids, enjoying it. He also watched some TV with them and told them stories about his and Judy's adventures. They loved it.
"You're the best, Nick," one young bunny girl said.
Then, one of the boys, a bunny kid named Skippy, looked right at Nick.
"Nick, when I grow up, I wanna be like you," he said.
"Do you want to walk like me and talk like me, Skippy?" he said playfully.
"You'll see it's true, someone like me, can learn to be someone like you," he said.
Nick was happy. Everyone laughed and had fun. A long time later, Nick brought them back. Judy smiled at him.
"So, how was it?" she asked.
"Skippy said he wanted to be like me," he said.
Bonnie was pleased.
"You're a great role model," she said.
Nick and Judy embraced. This was a great visit, one that would be long remembered.