After Judy and Nick fall down the waterfall, Nick comes out first and worryingly calls for Judy to the point he says her name for the only time in the whole film. Prejudice is not one-sided. Another heartwarming aspect of this is just how likable adult Gideon is it's no wonder he's an Ensemble Darkhorse for so many compared to what he was like as a child. Judy's bravery against Gideon, and her work in the city, could clearly be felt back home. After Judy makes her remarks about predators at the press conference, Nick calls her out with a series of these like "Are you afraid of me?