[film reel whirring][man] Red Riding Hood,
you probably know the story.[girl screaming]But there’s more to every tale
than meets the eye.lt’s just like they always say,
you can’t judge a book by its cover.lf you want to know the truth,
you’ve gotta flip through the pages.Granny! lt’s me, Red! ls everything OK? Oh, yeah, sure thing. Oome on in. What? – Who are you?
– l’m your grandma. Your face looks really weird, Granny. l’ve been sick. l… Your mouth doesn’t move when you talk. Plastic surgery.
Grandma’s had a little work done. Now, come on over here.
Let’s have a look at you. So, what’s going on, Grandma? This and that, doing a lot of quilting. So you got the loot? Whoa. What big hands you have. Oh, all the better
to scratch my back with. – And what big ears you have!
– All the better to hear your… …many criticisms! Old people just have big ears, dear. And Granny, what big eyes you have! Are we just gonna sit around here
and talk about how big l’m getting? You came here for a reason. So tell
old Granny what you got in the basket. Ah, Granny! What bad breath you have! – All right!
– Ah! You again? What do l have to do,
get a restraining order? Settle down, little girl. l’m on to you. – Hai-ya!
– Save it, Red Fu. You been dodging me all day,
but now you might as well give up. Ahh! [gasping] Ha! You crazy wolf!
What have you done with Granny? l’m taking Granny down, and you’re next! – [Red] Granny!
– lt’s you! But you… – [glass breaks]
– [all screaming] [sirens blare] [helicopter blades whir] [siren wails, tires screech] [reporters clamoring] [reporter 1] Ohief Grizzly,
are the suspects – connected with the Goody Bandit?
– Yeah, uh… No. Don’t print that, Maxine.
We don’t know anything yet. [reporter 2] ls the house
made of gingerbread? – Don’t think so.
– Do bears eat gingerbread? That’s enough with the questions.
Jerry, come on! Get these people back! All right, back it up!
Let the chief do his job! Oome on, you, with the feathers,
back behind the snake. l just want to go home and hibernate. – Bill!
– Ohief! – All right, what do we got?
– lt’s a domestic disturbance. Breaking and entering, wielding an ax
without a license, intent to eat. l get it. Any connection
with the recipe robberies? You mean the Goody Bandit? Oould be.
The house belongs to Granny Puckett. – The cookbook lady?
– Yeah, that’s the one. [chief] Hmm. OK, Paul Bunyan was swinging the ax,
and Wolfie was trying to eat Lil’ Bit. – All right, get a muzzle on that guy.
– l can explain everything. You can explain it to the judge. – Shouldn’t you be in school?
– Shouldn’t l have a lawyer? Uh… What are you doing? – Hey. We was just…
– l was just smelling it. – Don’t eat that. That’s evidence.
– Right. [roars] All right, so this looks
pretty open-and-shut. Little Miss Rosy Oakes making covert
deliveries to the goody tycoon, Wolfie tries to eat ’em both, then Orazy Flannel Pants with the ax
here busts in swinging vigilante-style. Take ’em downtown, boys. lt’s the woods, chief.
We don’t have a downtown. You know what l mean.
Just book ’em! [male voice] Not so fast, Grizzly. That’s the problem with you bears,
always growling up the wrong tree. – Hey, Nicky!
– You on the case, Nick? No, just stopping by
to have a sarsaparilla. Say, Tommy, you lose some weight? – Uh, no.
– Didn’t think so. Nicky Flippers. What are you
doing here? This is my case. Well, someone hibernated
on the wrong side of the cave. l saw the lights,
thought the circus was in town. Now, of course, l see l was right. You’re too late, Nicky.
l got this case all wrapped up. – ls that right?
– Yeah. [Red] They got us all wrong,
Mr. Flippers. Oh, l don’t know,
you look pretty dangerous to me. – What’s your name?
– Red. – And why do they call you that?
– Why do they call you ”Flippers”? [dance music plays]Go Flippers– Jump! Get on!
–Go FlippersGo Flippers
Go Flippers– [cheering]
– Uh, no reason. They call me Red
because of this red hood l wear. – What about when you’re not wearing it?
– l usually wear it. Recipes have come up missing
all over the forest. Goody shops have been
going out of business for months, and the trail ends here.
l got a case to close. Slow down, chief. We’ve got four
suspects, and that means four stories, and if you get people talking long
enough, someone will spill the beans. – [snorts] Beans?
– Oould l just make a quick phone call? Aaah! l’ll tell you what happened. What’s with the handcuffs on a girl?
Her wrists could slip right out. – How about a cage?
– Bring in the cage! – l was being sarcastic.
– Sarcasm. Strike the cage. [chief] All right,
get the cuffs off her. [pencil sharpener whirs] So, Red, why don’t you explain
how this all began? Well, like any other day.l was making deliveries
for my Granny’s goody shop.# Ba ba ba-da-ba-da # Ba ba # Ba ba ba ba # Ba ba ba # Here’s a story l hope # You’ll like # lt’s the one about the girl
riding on her bike – # l know
– Hi, Red! # lt’s a tired old tale
but it still rings true – Hey, Red.
– # She could never be rude – # Or unkind
– Hey! # But a sad song played
at the back of her mind # Oh # Oan someone show me a different day # To take me away # Take me out of the woods # Great big world # You know what l’m wanting for you # You know what l’m wanting for you # What l’m wanting for you # Wanting for you Ahh! # Oh ## Hey, Red! Oh! Nice outfit. Always red with you. – You must be in autumn.
– Hey, Boingo. Aren’t you helping the Muffin Man today? Oh, he closed up shop.
Someone took all his recipes last night, and now l’m out of a job. Gee, Boingo, l’m really sorry.
Are you still running the cable car? Yeah, yeah, l am. But it’s nothing like
making goodies all day. Would a carrot crumpet
make you feel better? Oh, boy, oh, boy! Thanks, Red.
l can always count on you to deliver, you little rascally devil. Yeah, well, the woods
don’t go around by themselves. [door closes] Shut it down. [# Daniel Rogers: Little Boat] – Oome on, let’s go.
– Where are we going now, Mama?[Red] With the Goody Bandit
on the loose,recipes were becoming
an endangered species.l decided to call Granny.lf anyone would know what to do,
she would.l don’t know what to do.
l’m just a tired old lady. Your recipes are the most famous
in the whole forest, Granny. What if they get swiped?
lt could wipe you out. Maybe l should bring you
the recipe book, for safekeeping. A trip up the mountain
is too dangerous for a little girl. l’m not so little anymore. Please, dear, you just keep the recipes
there, and everything will be fine. – But…
– l have to go now. My program’s on. – Kisses.
– [sighs] What you reading, Red? ”Far Away Places”? – Are you going somewhere far away?
– No. The world is too dangerous. Oan’t see! Danger! Turn into the skid! [tires screech, crash] [Duck] l’m OK. l’ll walk it off. You can’t go away.
Who’s gonna ride the Goody Bike? lf l had wings like you,
l’d fly all the way past that mountain, and the next one and the next one… But l can’t. l’m just a kid. l’m just a woodpecker. – [glass shatters in distance]
– Uh-oh. [grunting] [woodpecker] ”You’re next”? What… what does it mean,
”you’re next”? Ruined. lt means someone wants our recipes. Are they gonna get your recipes? Not today. [Nicky] So you deliberately
took your Granny’s recipes from the family vault,
without permission. – Help yourself.
– And then, you set out on a dangerous journey
up the mountain… – …alone?
– Yeah. l guess l did. [# Todd Edwards: Oritters Have Feelings] #Critters have feelings#Well, critters have feelings#Critters have feelings#Well, critters have feelings too#Critters have feelings
Critters have feelings[Boingo] l guess running the cable car’s
not so bad, you know. lt’s a great way to see the forest
without worrying about all those big, mean, hairy beasts out there. – Beasts?
– Oh, yeah, you know, beasts. The wolves and the bobcats
and the mountain lions and the saber-tooth tigers!
But mostly wolves. – Mostly wolves.
– [howling in distance] The forest can be a dangerous place for
a little guy like me, with my cute… Look at me, l’m fuzzy…
You deliver up this far? Well, not usually. But l was thinking
about what you told me earlier. About the Muffin Man? l need to protect Granny’s recipes
from that Bandit’s evil plan. They’re gonna shut down everyone
in the forest if we’re not careful. Aaah! Aah! Aah! – No!
– Aaah! Ohh! Aah! Whoa! Ohh! Aaah! [moans] – [growling]
– [whimpers] – [gasps]
– ‘Afternoon. Hello. So you’re the little girl
in the red hood. That was quite a bit of falling
you did just now. – You saw that.
– Yeah, gravity’s working. Those old cable cars on the…
You should write a letter. Wow! Something smells good.
Those, uh… goodies in there? l’m not supposed to talk to strangers. No, you shouldn’t. Good call. What are you doing
in the big, bad forest? You taking the goodies
to someone in particular? – Um… my granny.
– Granny? Granny Puckett? The goody lady? My goodness,
she makes some good… goodies. She’s got a thing, it’s like a…
lt’s like a… cookies. Shortbread,
chocolate icing between, very… lt’s good. Ah, it’s very good. You make deliveries
to your granny often? l don’t think l should tell you that. Oh, you don’t have
anything else in that? You ask a lot of questions, mister. Well, l’m a curious guy.
Let me have a look. l’d rather you didn’t. – [growls]
– [screams] [Wolf] Red! Red Riding Hood! [Red whimpering] Hand over the basket. Aaah! [gasping] [birds humming] [Wolf] Red! – [screams]
– [splashes] [Wolf] You can’t hold
onto those recipes forever! l’ll get you,
and your little Granny too![chief] Well, that settles it.– We got our Bandit.
– Oould be. l’d like to count my chickens
after they hatch. [snorts] Ohickens? You’ve gotta admit, a wolf stopping
kids in the middle of the forest… – That’s pretty creepy.
– Right. Yes, yes. But we don’t arrest people
for being creepy. Yeah, Bruce. You know that guy
we got in the tank? –The creepy one?
– Yeah. Better let him go. [Nicky] So you went on to Granny’s? l found an old trail
up the north side of the mountain. [bird shrieking] [singing in distance] Hello! [singing in distance] [singing] Hello. [yodel-style singing] l’m looking for Granny Puckett’s house. # Granny Puckett – Oould you stop singing for one moment?
– # No, l can’t, l wish l could # But a mountain witch done
put a spell on me 37 years ago # And now l gotta sing
everything l say – Everything?
– That’s right. You just talked! Just now! Did l? # Did l? # Did l, did l, did l
doo-dah, doo-dah did-i-doo – Granny?
– What’s that? Who’s there? lt’s Red. l’m on my way
to come see… Oh, my dearie, l’m not prepared. l need to put down fresh doilies! Aah! – Granny! Granny, what’s wrong?
– Gotta go, munchkin. Bonsai! Oh, no. Mr. Goat, my granny’s in trouble. l’ve gotta find a way
around the mountain, fast. # Well, you came to the right goat Oh, good. More singing. # Thirty-seven years ago
a witch done put a spell on me Yeah. l know. # A spell where when l’m talking
l’m singing it with glee # But when you’re always singing
you’ve got to live alone # That’s why l made
this mountain shack my home That’s great… # When you’re on the mountain
there’s lots to be a-feared # That’s why this here
old mountain goat’s prepared # Do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do These tunnels, l need one
that leads to Puckett Grove. [yodel-style singing] Ohh. # But l got horns that open bottles
and l got horns that hold my keys # l got horns that
when you turn ’em right # They help me watch TV # l got horns that open pickle jars
and horns that come with hair # l got horns that hang my other horns # l always come prepared – Oan you help me find…?
– # To be prepared, to be prepared # This lesson must be shared
This lesson must be shared # To be prepared # To be prepared, to be prepared # And unless you’ve got a spare # You’ve got one life
so handle it with care – Aaah!
– [Japeth] Yipee! Keep your hands and feet
inside of the vehicle at all times! [yodel-style singing] [screaming] [Red laughing] Whoo-wee! [rumbling] # An avalanche is coming
and l do not feel prepared # lt’s rumbling like a mountain lion
l must say that l’m scared # And if not for the witch’s spell
you’d hearjust how l scream # But since l’m only singing
l’ll just yodel till we’re creamed [yodeling] Aaah! Aaah! Aaah! [screaming] [Granny] Red! Granny? Use the hood, Red! Use the hood! [helicopter blades whir] What? [yodeling] # l was prepared! Granny! lt’s me, Red. ls everything OK? Oh, yeah, sure thing. So this wolf, he was dressed
as your grandmother? – Yes.
– l’m your grandma. – And you bought that?
– No, not really. Whoa. What big hands you have. And what big ears you have. What bad breath you have!
What big eyes you have. Are we just gonna sit around here
and talk about how big l’m getting? Then the fellow with the ax burst in? – Aaah!
– Whoa! Whoa! No, no, not yet. First l was attacked
by that crazy wolf! Hai-ya! You crazy wolf![Red] My granny jumped
out of a closet.– Aaah!
– But she was tied up…And then the axman cometh? You got it. Only he was screaming. Arghh? Like a maniac. – [yelling]
– [screaming] – Wow.
– Hmm. – So that was it?
– That wolf was gonna eat us all. The guy’s pawprints
are all over the room. Book him! Hold the phone, fuzzy-wuzzy.
Let’s hear it from the wolf’s mouth. – Don’t l get a drink?
– No! So, Mr. Wolf, may l call you ”Wolf”? You can call me Sheila.
l like long walks and fresh flowers. Quit playing around, Wolf! You’re looking at three-to-five
in an old shoe with no windows! So start singing! – Your face looks familiar.
– l get around the forest. What do you for a living, Mr. Wolf? l’m a shepherd. Hey! You might as well confess.
l told them everything! Oould you keep her
away from me, please? l remember you. Three years ago on the Stiltskin case. You were snooping around
for a lead on his real name. l was close too. l was gonna go with ”Greg.”
Greg Stiltskin. Wait a minute, Flippers!
You saying this guy’s a cop? Worse. He’s a reporter. – A what?
– And l’ve got the real story. [bicycle bell rings][Wolf] l’m an investigativejournalist.You’ve probably read my column
Facts and Fairy Tales.[typewriter typing, dings]l spent the last six months undercoverinvestigating
the so-called ”Goody Bandit.”As more recipes go missing,
the trail has gotten hotter.– [all] Huh?
– [laughing] And l’m talking hot coffee, hot coffee, all over my neck. Very, very painful. People think a health board examiner
doesn’t lead a dangerous life, but l will tell you, my furry friend,
food is dangerous. That’s why Kenny told me
to come and take a look. – Who?
– Your boss, Kenny. – You mean Earl?
– That’s what Earl said. He said, uh, ”Kenny, come down here,”
and so, here l am. l’m surprised your dessert counter
hasn’t been hit, with all the thievery going around. – What did you say your name was?
– Shaw. Rick Shaw. l’m in from Japan. Well, Kenny, l’m gonna
give you a clean bill of health. But l’m gonna need the names
of all your suppliers. – You’ll have to talk to Earl.
–[pager beeping]Well, that’s Earl right now.
Probably called the FDA. You keep that thing groomed.
And watch out for hot coffee. Painful. No desserts. Waste of time. [bike bell rings][Wolf] The little delivery girl
in the red hood.Always on the go.More goodies pass through her hands
than anyone’s in the whole forest.She seemed happy……a little too happy, perhaps.Oh! Oreepy.l was starting to have my suspicions.Question:
Who does she move the goodies for? Where do they come from?
Where are they going? And why the hood? Aaah! – Twitchy, you scared me.
– Hey, boss, l beeped you. Get my beep? – Oalm down.
– l got up early. Got the gear. l was watching the girl
like you told me to. – Yeah. Did you see where she went?
– Past porcupines and the bird’s tree, guy with the beard, now she’s
up the creek! She sings everywhere! l’m way ahead of you.
We gotta find out who she’s working for. – You got the camera?
– The 220x and photograb with autofocus! – Oolor or black and white?
– Doesn’t matter. – l brought a flash!
– Put that away! – lt’s covert. No flash.
– Undercover, got it. Nobody sees, nobody knows.
Olick-click. Hee-hee. You ever thought
about decaffeinated coffee? l don’t drink coffee! Hmm… Excuse me. Pardon me. Pardon.[Wolf] l decided to get the word on the
street from one of my top informants.– How’s it going, Woolworth?
– Man, what are you doing here? The shepherd comes by and sees me
talking to you, l’m gonna get the crook. Yeah? There’s a bigger crook
on the loose that l’m concerned about. – What ya hear about the Goody Bandit?
– What do l know? – Hiya, Twitchy.
– [bleating] – The little girl in the red hood.
– Don’t know, never heard of her. Little Red? Processing… Yeah, yeah, it’s coming back to me now.
Sweet gal. Not like that Bo Peep. Brat put in an invisible fence.
l tasted my own fillings for a week! Focus! The girl in the hood. You get around the mountain.
Who does she work for? How should l know?
l ain’t that curious. Family business. Ain’t you
ever heard of Granny Puckett? – Puckett?
– Her grandma. The Granny Puckett?
You pulling the wool over my eyes? Ha-ha. Hilarious. Oome up
with that yourself? That’s funny. – You’re looking pretty tasty.
– Why you gotta be like that? All l know is that the old lady
lives up high in the hills. – Not a lot of visitors.
– Except the little girl. She’s been known to take
the cable car up the mountain. Oable car? Those sheep made me hungry.
After this, we’re grabbing a bite. Sounds good. Sounds good.[over receiver] Baa.[frog croaking][Spanish music][male 1] l don’t know what to do.
Should l call her?– Am l supposed to play it cool?
– [male 2] Keeping her options open.Seeing other people.
You should do the same.[male 1] Shh. Up there.Do you mind? Ooh. Sorry.[static, radio signals][Boingo] Hey, you deliver up this far?[static][Red] The Muffin Man…
Granny’s recipes……an evil plan.…shut down everyone in the forest…l knew it. She’s working for the old lady. Twitchy. [chattering] [Red] Aaah! – [camera shutter clicking]
– [Red grunting] [Red] Aaah! Ooh! Uhh! Uhh! Ooh! Ugh! Ouch! [sputtering] [gasps] – [growling]
– Ohh! [growling] Ahh! Ohh! – [gasps]
– ‘Afternoon. Hello. So you’re the little girl
in the red hood. That’s quite a bit of falling
you did just now. [coughing] [Wolf] Gravity’s working. What are you doing
in the big, bad forest? You taking goodies
to someone in particular? [Red] Um… Granny. [Wolf] You don’t have anything else
in that basket? – You ask a lot of questions, mister.
– Well, l’m a curious guy. – Let me have a look.
– [Red] l’d rather you didn’t. – [yelling]
– [screaming] l mean, ”please.” Oome back here! – What are you doing?
– Sorry, l was winding. Oome on! We’re gonna lose her!
Red! Red Riding Hood! We’ll never catch her. Taxi! [door slams][music plays on radio]Whoa! That was her.
We passed her. Right here’s fine. [tires screech] Suspect is approaching on foot,
stolen recipes in basket. l’m about to catch her red-handed. – [gasps]
– Hand over the basket! – Aaah!
– Hyahh! So you really took a beating… – …from a little girl?
– Hey! – Hai-yah!
– Ooh! Get back here, you little brat! [panting] #One, two, buckle to you
Ready or not, here l come#Don’t you run away#A-B-C, l can read
And the sign up ahead said#Son, you’re the 1-2-3-4
Knock on the door#Open up, gotta run away## OK. Not cool. Ahhh! You can’t hold
onto those recipes forever! l’ll get you,
and your little Granny too! Well, that’s fishy. What? They’re evil. l’ll prove it! [panting] [coughing] – So can we eat?
– Sure. You hungry for failure? Maybe a side of unemployment?
‘Oause that’s what’s for lunch. – What do we do?
– We go right to the source. We gotta get to Granny’s before the kid. – [Boingo] ls it a surprise?
– Excuse me? You’re going over to Granny’s house
to surprise Red. ls it her birthday, or what is it? ls there a shindig?
‘Oause l’m great at parties. – Watch me pull myself out of a hat!
– Yeah. Big surprise party.
You know how to get there? Oh, yeah. Yeah.
ln fact, l know a shortcut. You hear that? He knows a shortcut. Over the woods and through the river… No, you don’t want to go
through the river, you’ll get all wet. You see, Twitchy, you get lemons,
you make lemonade. And then that lemonade goes bitter
and ferments and turns to pig swill. Never trust a bunny
with directions, Twitchy. Sure thing, boss. Never trust a bunny! The bright side is,
at least l finally dried off. Ohh! Why couldn’t l write movie reviews? We are in a pickle, and l blame myself. That bunny was worthless, not to mention
he wrote directions on an Easter egg, – which is hard to read.
– We’re gonna die here! Hey, now, that’s what they said
at The Alamo. [growling] Wha… what was that? Who’s that? Aaah! [both screaming] Uhh! Hey, look where we are. More cave. – Hey, whazzi-lookie!
– With God as my witness, you will learn to speak.
Look! A way out. But l was just… Ahh! Follow me. Hmm… – Huh?
– Oome on. #Train#Train#Living like a bandit# Now, this is a shortcut. Whazzat? Sounds like an avalanche! Well, Twitchy, that’s natural. lt’s just Old Man Mountain
showing us who’s boss. Hey, lookie!
A box of candles! A big box! Box of candles? Light ’em up! Wow, that’s nice and bright.
What kind of candles are those? – Deen-a-meet-tay. Must be ltalian.
– Ah! Lose the candle! – But l…
– Ahhh! Got it. Ahhh! [screaming] [whistling in distance] [Red] Aaahhh! – Did you hear something?
– Hm? Hm. Oome on, let’s get to Granny’s. Hello! Paper boy. Publisher’s, uh… Oandygram. What do we do, boss? Ohh![Wolf] Lucky for me, Granny keeps
her merchandise around the cottage.Disguise was the only way
to catch this girlin the act of smuggling.[high-pitched voice]
Sweetie-pie! Sugar plum! [clears throat] Hug your granny, little pudding pop. Aww! Boy, that’s hot. OK, change of plans. – You can be Granny.
– [knocking] She’s coming! – Wa-dee-dee!
– Ohh! [Red] Granny! lt’s me, Red. – ls everything OK?
– Yeah, sure thing. Oome on in.[chief] Pretty thin, Wolf.You said the old lady
was already tied up. – How did that happen?
– l don’t know, maybe to make herself look innocent. l just write the news, chief,
l don’t make it. For a reporter, you have
a strange way of doing yourjob. What can l say?
l was raised by wolves. – Got a way to back this up?
– l got these pictures developed. That so? Let’s have a look. These are good. – Here’s a nice one of you, Wolf.
– Ugh! l wanna do a gallery show.
A coffee table book. l don’t drink coffee.
A Ohai tea latte book. Photos don’t lie, chief. – Good work, Twitchy.
– Arghh. Now, l want to know more
about this fellow with the ax. How does he fit into all of this? Maybe you should
”ax” him yourself. [laughing] You see? ”Ax” him? He was saying… l’ll bring him in. Ohh! [German accent] Hmm. Hello. My, my. You’re a big fellow, aren’t you? – Shop at the Big and Tall store?
– This is a big and tall mistake. l would not hurt a butterfly. Then what’s this? A letter opener? That’s a funny accent
you got there, choppy. l can do the cowboy accent.
Howdy, partner! lndeed you can. Say, before you ride off
into the sunset, hopalong, you think you could
rustle up information? l will do my best. How about explaining what
you were doing in the forest? Oh! l am working
to make good my call-back! Your what-what? Paul’s Bunion Oream
has a soothing formula to make the bunions
head for the hills! – This guy’s a loon.
– Watch it, chief. My mama’s half-loon. Your call-back.
You mean, like, for an audition? Yes! For the bunion cream. l must find my wood-cutting self
to book the spot. – The what?
– The commercial. – He’s an actor.
– Oh, boy. Arghh! Paul’s Bunion Oream
has the soothing formula… [male] No, hold it! Hold it! – Stop. ”Arghh”?
– Uh-huh. What are you, some kind
of German pirate or something? l just got the script,
like, five minutes ago. – You’re not getting it.
– l’m trying. – My name Kirk.
– Kirk. OK, Kirk. What makes you feel proud
and strong and mighty? What puts a fire
in your belly, Steven? – Oh! My dream!
– Yes, yes! Your dream! To travel the world with the greatest singing group
of all time… …the Happy Yodelers! # To yodel for the people # To hear the applause # My dream # – [crashing]
– Sorry. Listen. We’ll look at your tape
and we’ll give you a call, OK? Thanks for coming in.
Have a nice life. Next! [bell rings][Kirk] That was
my first audition in months.– [Red singing]
– Then it was back to my day job.l drive a schnitzel truck.lt’s not such a bad job.After all, l bring much joy
to the childrenl# Schnitzel! Mommy, Mommy!
l want a schnitzel stick! Ooh, the schnitzel man! [yodeling] [woman] # Schnitzel, the favorite treat
For little girls and boys to eat # Schnitzel man can serve them quick # lt’s a schnitzel on a stick # No more spoons
Use your hands [woman] # Says
the friendly schnitzel man # Make sure you keep an extra one # For later in your lederhosen – [yodeling]
– [kids cheering] – [Kirk] Schnitzel!
– Ow! – [woman] # Schnitz…
– [record scratches] What the schnitzel? My schnitzel truck,
it’s been piddly… piddle-llaged… They stole everything! [all groaning] [Boingo] Oh, that’s too bad. lt’s not easy being in the
goody business these days, huh? l’m getting schnitzeled
left and right today. l cannot even sell the bunion cream. – Now l’m gonna lose my job!
– Ohin up, mister. Maybe someday somebody
will open up a great big goody shop and we can all work
for that little guy. – Oh, yeah… What?
– [phone ringing]Uhh… – Hello?
– Kirk! Yeah, baby, listen. We got the client here,
we looked at your tape, and we think we might have a real
”Hercules goes bananas” angle on this. – So we want you to come back in.
– Oome back in? lt’s a call-back.[Kirk] l had always heard
about call-backs,but l had never gotten onelA call-back? Ahh! What do l do? You come back tomorrow,
do the same you did today, only this time you do it good.
Oan you handle that? – l will. l can do it!
– OK. Now, l want you
to go out into the wild and l want you to find that
tree-chopping side of yourself. You find your inner woodsman, Ourtis. Don’t act like a woodsman,
be a woodsman. Got it? Yes, l can! Find an ax, start swinging, OK? l’ve gotta be in a circle wipe
across town, but l’ll see you at 10:00. l have to go
and find the little woodsman… …in me! OK. Well, tell him l said hello. [grunting] [growling] Ay! Ay-ay-ay-ay! Ooh! Ha-ha! Goodbye! Hup, hup! – [car alarm sounding]
– [chattering] – [birds chirping]
– Sorry, little birds! Run![Kirk] l had done itll had found
the little woodsman inside of mel[gasps] Yes. Paul’s… Bunion… …Oream… …has the soothing formula… …to make your bunions… …head for the hills! [laughs] Right! …bunion… …cream… …has the soothing… …formula… [screaming in distance] Hello? [cracking] Ohh… Oh, schnitzel! Aah! Aah! Ohh! Ohh! Aahhh! l’m taking Granny down,
and you’re next! Aahhh! [all screaming] [silence] So you didn’tjump through
the window, you were pushed? – Yes.
– By a tree. Yes. Because you were pretending
to be a woodsman. – That’s right!
– To sell foot cream. l got the call-back! And good for you. Well, l think it’s safe to say
that our thespian friend here knows the least about anything
of anyone in this room. Exactly! What does that mean? That it all points to Granny. [Nicky] What about it, Granny? Maybe you’re not the sweet goody-maker
everyone thinks you are. Are you stealing recipes
to protect your sugar-coated kingdom? Oh, no, Mr. Flippers. The only crime l’ve ever committed is making my goodies
unlawfully delicious! My granny doesn’t keep secrets. And even if she did,
she’d tell me about it. We tell each other everything.
Right, Granny? Sure, dear. Mostly. – Mostly?
– What are you hiding, old girl? My family worries too much.
l didn’t want them to find out. – Find out what?
– Yeah. What? – [door opens]
– [Bill] Hey, chief! Oheck this out! [all gasp] When did they make that a sport? l noticed you have three G’s
tattooed on the back of your neck. That’s appropriate, since there
are three strikes against you. lt’s true. l’m not like other grannies. l never did like the quilting bees
and the bingo parlors. l’d rather live life to the extreme. [# Oory Edwards: The Real G] #Here come the real G#She don’t need bling-bling
She got a set of wings#From all the fame
and the pain that she brings#Neck and neck
you know she gets respect#She’s like a special effect
with every record she wrecks#You think you see Aunt B
but you get Mr. T#Underneath the beehive
is the new Bruce Lee#l count to three before you see
a ball of four-foot-three#With the money for nothing
and her tricks for free#Seventy-five, alive
and a hardcore biddy#Still making half pipe
hand plants look pretty#ln the woodie with the goodies
for the Jacks and Jills#More power to the granny
with the skills# A trip up the mountain
is too dangerous for a little girl. l’m not so little anymore. Please, dear, you just keep the recipes
there, and everything will be fine. – But…
– l have to go now. My program’s on. Kisses. Time to shred some powder! Time to shred some powder![Granny] l didn’t have time
for Red to visit today.l was on my way to the big
Xtreme Dream Snowsports Competition.l’ve been training
three months for this one.[man over PA] Nothing but solid snow,and the top maniacs are here
to teach this mountain a lesson.# Buck teeth
Bark in my claws # l’m a tree critter # Sticks and stones
are my bread and bones # l’m a tree critter – Triple G, what’s up, baby?
– Granny, what’s happening? What up, my homeys?
You ready to get spanked? So, what’s the dizzo, grizzo?
You ready to floss that hill, playa? – Fo’ shizzle!
– Yeah, gimme some love. G, you checking the hardcore
European team over there? Those guys put the Saber-Tooth Brothers
in the hospital yesterday! On the real, it’s gonna be
wicked out there! You let me worry
about those player-haters. Oh, l almost forgot.
l made you kids some snicker-doodles. – Yo!
– Tight! Yeah, snicker-doodles!
Give it up! Give it up! Snickadeedoo! # You can take the critter
out of the tree # But you can’t take the tree
out of the tree critter’s needs # Now this critter’s gotta run
with the birds and the bees Well, what’s your name? Just put, ”To my biggest
and cutest fan, Boingo.” And then, like, put some X’s and O’s
and a little smiley-face.[man] All contestants
to the starting linel[chuckles] [growling] – Oh, yeah.
– [bleating] [Austrian accent] Be careful,
Granny Puckett. Old ladies get hurt on these slopes. Bring it, honey. [Klaxon blares] Aahhh! Yo, Granny! l know you did notjust
swing your pole at me! – You’re little! You’re small!
– Yeah? Well, take that, yo! Whoa-oh-oh-oh! – Yeah. [laughs]
– Watch that skier! – Whoa! Look out!
– So it’s like that? You wanna play now? Get some of this! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Woo-hoo![Granny] That must have been right about
when Red called me the second time.l always forward my phone
when l leave the house.–[Red] Granny?
– What’s that? Who’s there? – Take that, from Mr. Big Muscleman!
– Want some of this? Ha-ha! [gasps] Gotta go, munchkin! Bonsai! – Uhh!
– Uhh! Ya! Ohh! Aww! Oh, you’re not so bad! [Granny screaming] – Who do you work for?
– l can’t tell you that. – Young man, you tell me this instant!
– All right! We were hired by the Bandit! Who is the Bandit? – Ha!
– [screaming] Granny is finished. Now we go after
the little red-hooded girl. [gasps] Red! Ooh! Ooh! Oohhh! ‘Afternoon. [panting] Oh, applesauce. [# Todd Edwards: Eva Deanna] #Eva Deanna
My sister is your mama#She fell from heaven
like a loaf of manna#Put her in pajamas
and read her a book about animals#The way they sound
and how they look#She likes to stomp around#She buckles on her shoes
to make it loud#Singing the wheels on the bus
go round and round#l hold her ankles up
so she can dangle upside-down# An avalanche is coming
and l do not feel prepared lt’s just Old Man Mountain
showing us who’s boss. [Granny] Woo-ha-ha! [all] Ahh! #You can’t rearrange her#She’s no stranger to danger#Whoa, oh, oh, oh
Whoa, oh, oh#With golden locks on her head# l wish l had a video camera! Whoo! [# Todd Edwards: Glow] #Rolling on the edge#Of the afternoon#The glow of the sun#Tells you that your day is not done#Pay the clock hand no mind#l can’t rewind#But time is a friend of mine[gasps] Red! [gasps] Granny? Use the hood, Red! Use the hood! Ah, that’s my girl. #Ba-ba, da-dum-ba-ba-ba-ba#Ba-ba, da-dum-ba-ba-ba-ba#And it’s all rightl guess it’s just one of those days. #Rollin’in the afternoon# [grunting] Whoa… whoa, whoa! Hey! Hey!
Hey, hey, hey! Whoa! Uhh! [Twitchy] What do we do, boss? [Wolf in high-pitched voice]
Sweetie-pie! [clears throat] Sugar plum! [normal voice] Boy, that’s hot.
OK, change of plans. – You can be Granny.
– [knocking] [Twitchy] She’s coming! Wee-dee-dee. [laughing] Hi. [Red] Granny! lt’s me, Red.
ls everything OK? [Wolf as Granny]
Yeah, sure thing. Oome on in.[Granny] Eventually l was able to use
the squirrel to break down the door.Ow! That hurts! [Wolf] l’m taking Granny down,
and you’re next![Granny] l could’ve handled
that wolf myself.But then the craziest thing happened.[glass breaks, all screaming] [all continue screaming] Honey, don’t look
at your granny like that. l’m sorry, l thought you were Triple G. Or are you the Bandit? Awkward! – You’re being ridiculous, Red.
– l’m being ridiculous? You’re off living… la vida loca,risking your life for some dumb thrills, and l’m supposed to stay home
and be your happy little delivery girl? – l have a…
– Ooffee break, anyone? – Yeah.
– Who’s got my keys? You think Granny would mind
if l went through her garbage? – Excuse us.
– l thought you were happy. – Excuse us.
– l thought you were happy. Open your eyes. l’ve never even been outside the forest. Don’t you think l want more than that? Of course you do. You’re a Puckett. [sighs] l don’t know what that means anymore. [crowd chattering] – Hey, look! lt’s Little Red!
– No, it’s just some kid. – She’s not wearing the red hood.
– There she goes! – Excuse me!
– Little girl! [clamoring] [# Ben Folds: Red ls Blue] #Everything is changing#You’re looking for the cure#And you feel like
you’re the loneliest girl#ln the world#Trouble in your head, now#You don’t know what to do#Seems like up is down and red#ls blue#Because red is blue#Doesn’t make much sense#But red is blue#Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh#Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh#Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh#Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh[Red] How do you remember
all these recipes? [Granny] They’re all right here
in this book. Every recipe in here
comes from the Puckett family, generation after generation. See? Now, there’s Sylvia Puckett
at the North Pole. She found the best hot chocolate
in the world there. And there’s Emma Puckett. She flew cheesecakes
across the Atlantic. For as long as critters
have had a sweet tooth, Pucketts have been making
and collecting recipes all over the world, refining them, giving them
that special Puckett touch. So you see, Red,
when you put that hood on, you carry on a grand tradition. lt’s a big job, making sure
the world stays sweet. [Red chuckles] Huh? What’s this? Oh, it says,
”World’s Greatest Grandma.” Grandma, l can read. lt says,
”Battle of the lron Oage Gladiators.” A-ha! Ahh! – Granny?
– [chuckles] Listen, munchkin. lf there are two things
your Granny doesn’t do, it’s lie and play extreme sports. #ln your heart there’s a room
where you lock away#All the times
and the things that she said#And now red is blue#Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh#Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh# – ls it a flush that beats a full house?
– No, that’s a full house. – ls it a flush that beats a full house?
– No, that’s a full house. – lt’s not my turn?
– l know about houses. l built mine out of straw.
l’m not an idiot. Am l gonna get to put the cuffs
on someone, or what? Remember, Ted, pieces of a puzzle make funny shapes,
but they still fit together in the end. Boy, you’re just full of those,
aren’t you? We are closer to the Bandit
than we’ve ever been before, chief. The clues to find him
are right here in this room. [chief] ln this room?
That’s what l’ve been saying! Are you telling me
we’re back to square one? [Nicky] Hold on, Smokey.
Where’s the fire?[man over radio] Timmy, it’s Tommy.
You there? Over.– [chief] Am l talking to the wall?
– [snoring]lf you don’t have your walkie,
don’t talk to me,but if you got your walkie, let’s talk.[chief] Put everybody in cuffs.
l’m taking them all in. lt’s what l do,
that’s why l’m police chief.Timmy, it’s Tommy. Pick up.
lf you’re there, pick up the walkie.What are you doing this weekend? Over.[Bill] We’ve got this place
locked down, all secured. lt would seem that all of you
came together tonight by mistake. Maybe you naughty neighbors butted heads
so we could get to the real truth. – The Goody Bandit.
– That’s right. The Bandit’s still at large. There’s been a lot
of finger-pointing tonight, but now all fingers point to the Bandit. – Not my finger!
– Oh, no, you were just out
damaging forest property, cutting down the redwoods
we all call home. Big guy like you, you could
probably take whatever you want from little goody-loving creatures. But someone robbed me!
Have we lost track of that? That’s right, someone did. Maybe a snack food competitor. Right, Granny? Now, hold on a pea-picking minute! l may lead a double life
full of secrets and deception, – but that’s no reason to be suspicious.
– Huh? A woman like you could have a lot
to gain stealing all those recipes. And that’s how she makes
her goodies so good! Huh? Or she could just be another victim… – What?
– …of a hungry wolf! The wolf did it. Talk about profiling. Why should we trust someone
who wears disguises for a living? – Maybe he’s not a wolf at all!
– You got me. l’m a poodle. – Just haven’t been to the barbershop.
– ls this all just a big joke to you? – l just followed the girl here.
– You leave my granddaughter alone! Yes, now we get to Little Red, the girl with the basket on the run. – Where is she, anyway?
– l was just… [groans] The recipes are gone! – Are you saying Red is the Bandit?
– Not my Red! Oalm down there, Triple G. The only thing your
granddaughter is guilty of is flying hummingbirds
without a license. lt would seem there is
another player in this game, someone who’s hippity-hopped
his way through all of your stories. [thunder crashes] Yes, there’s someone else.The only one who was with Red
when she fell…– Ohh!
– No! …who knew a shortcut to Granny’s… Oh, yeah. ln fact, l know a shortcut.…who fraternizes
with evil ski teams…– What’s your name?
– Put, ”To my biggest and cutest fan.” …and someone who was there when the schnitzel truck
was schnitzeled. What the schnitzel? Not the bunny! – l knew it. Never trust a bunny.
– Never trust a bunny! – Uh, chief.
– Yeah? No one’s seen the bunny or the girl,
and that cable car left the station. l think we need an APB out
on something small and fuzzy. l think you’re right. Get your boys to Red’s place.
We need to head off that cable car. And bring in a police sketch artist.
No, make it a cartoonist. We gotta hurry to beat it down.
Bill, get everyone in the cars. Tommy, you can bring that evidence
with you. Let’s go! – You heard the chief, let’s move it!
– [chief] Not in the same car! [Bill] Keep it moving.
There’s nothing to see. – [officer 1] Who’s got my keys?
– [officer 2] Shotgun. [sirens blare] – Did you get any shots of the bunny?
– The bunny? Why? l told you to take pictures
of everything! Ohh! We gotta get this to print
before it’s all over the forest! Something don’t sit right
in my bones about this. [yodeling in distance] – [gasps] What’s that?
– Maybe it’s your bones. [sniffs] l smell schnitzel. [yodeling music plays] What have they done
to my schnitzel truck? [Wolf] Why are they going up? There’s on old cable car station
at the top of the mountain. We’ve got to follow them, boys.
Red’s up there. l know it! Get down the mountain.
You gotta stop those cops. Run ’em off the road,
dangle a donut, l don’t care. – Tell ’em they’re going the wrong way.
– Eezie-peezie! Leave it to me! You’ll never catch ’em in time. ls that coffee? l can’t believe l’m saying this,
but… drink up. We may want… …to stand back. [sniffs, smacks lips] [bells ring, horns toot] Yee-hoo-hoo-hoo! Oaffeine! Yeah, baby! – Whoa!
– Go get ’em, boy. [laughing] [sonic boom] What… – …have l done?
– Now the rest is up to us. Oan l have coffee? [thunder crashes] [zapping, buzzing] l don’t like it.
The cops are all over the place. Forget about the cops! We’ve got everything
we need right here. What about the old lady?
lf she’s alive, she’ll be back. You just don’t get it, do you,
Dolph? l’m done! l’m done dancing for the man! The Muffin Man and Granny! They can both take a hike! l’m never gonna answer
to anyone ever again! A-ha-ha! [cackling] Ah, l just love my job! You see how it works, Dolph? You prioritize, you set your goals,
you write a mission statement. You ask yourself,
”Where do l see me in five years?” [Red] How about behind bars? Red! Oh, hi, Red! What are you…? – You’ve spoiled the surprise.
– You’re the Bandit. Surprise! l’m walkin’ out of here
with those recipes. – Really?
– Yeah. You’re a bad bunny. Oh, somebody’s finally catching up! Did you think l followed you around
on your deliveries because l liked you? Oh, you best be fearing the ear, baby. Ahh! Hai-yahh! ls that all you got? – Ohh!
– Ha! You hit like a girl! Oome on. And ka-blam! [sniffling] Why don’t you go home
and cry to your granny? Dolph, tie up the brat.
Lesa, hold the book. Vincent, get the truck. And Keith… Darn it, change your name. Please. That’s not scary,
and l’m embarrassed to say it. – Boris. Try that.
– Hmm. Keith. You know? Oh, watch out for Keith. – You’re crazy!
– Maybe so. But l’m top of the woods now, baby! # When you’re # Hopping on down the bunny trail # The critters all seem to look down # You’re fuzzy and small
Your ears are too tall # And goodies make the woods go round # Now, l’m not a pig
But you gotta think big # When you’re competing
with the girl in the hood # So you won’t be a fan of my evil plan # But l’m gonna be top of the woods # Now the kids will be packed
with my Boingo snacks # Oonstruction begins in a day # And all of the bears
will be ruled by the hare # As l maniacally plot
from my evil lair [cackles] [whistling tune] We’ve really grown in the past year.
Nabbing all the recipes was phase one. Now phase two is adding
my own special ingredient to every goody. A little something
l like to call ”Boingonium.” lt makes my snacks a little more…
habit-forming. Happy customer! Phase three gets a little messy. l’m gonna need a lot of real estate
down the mountain, so l’ve gotta blow the competition away. Oh, and that’s not a metaphor. We’ve literally got
to blow them away. OK? Yeah, l got it. And now that l have
your granny’s secrets, l’m afraid you’ll be taking
the dyno-mite express home. – [muffled screaming]
– [Boingo laughing] # You won’t be disrespecting
this bunny no more # ‘Oause l’m gonna be top of the woods
Oh, yeah # l said l’m gonna be top of the woods # Let’s bring it on home! # l said, l’m gonna be # Top of the woods # You’ve been hoodwinked, baby! # Oh, yeah # Sweet tea and cookies!
We got to do something! l know. The song was catchy,
but the choreography was terrible. OK, listen. l have an idea, but we need
to get past that ski team. The toughest one is the big fella,
really mean-looking, with a fat head and a thick skull.
Looks like a shaved ape. – [clears throat]
– l mean, he is u-u-u-ugly! Like a big, swollen, overgrown… He’s standing right behind me, isn’t he? – Mm-hm.
– Ahh! [all shouting, grunting] Ah. [chomping] [sirens blare] Ohh! Ohh! Whoa! Whew! – Who taught you how to drive?
– Almost hit a squirrel. That was close. – Whee-yahh!
– [all screaming] – [metal crunching]
– [glass breaking] [sputtering] What’s the big idea? l could’ve made road pizza
out of you, kid! [babbling] – What’s he saying?
– What is it, boy? – [babbling]
– Truck. Trouble at the mill! ls the barn on fire? The barn’s on fire! The well!
Timmy’s stuck in the well! Hold on. He seems to be
speaking words of some kind. Pffsst! You’re a delivery girl.
Then could you do me a favor? Oould you take this down the mountain? ‘Oause it absolutely, positively
has to be there tonight! l’m sorry. What?
l can’t quite… with the… You got something right there
across your mouth! [laughs] [muffled shouting] You’re an actor, right?
So this is your big part. This is the role of a lifetime.
Make them believe in you. Don’t act like an evil henchman,
be an evil henchman. Got it? – Know what you’re gonna say, right?
– Right! – [Red struggling]
– [chuckling] – Mr. Rabbit?
– Dolph! Where have you been? You nim-witted Eurotrash with the…
What is that, a ski mask? l like that. See, that’s scary.
That’s good. – Boss…
– What? Say it! Spit it out! – What’s going on?
– Boss… Paul’s Bunion cream
has the soothing formula… Hi there. What he means to say
is that l’m the building inspector. – Yes.
– l just need to tap the pipes to see if your wiring’s up to par. Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold it. You’re not…
No. You can’t touch anything in here. Let’s walk. Let me level with you.
You’re an evil genius, right? Well, l don’t know
if l’d say genius, you know. l was asked to join Mensa. You got an evil lair in a cave,
that’s standard, but see, most masters of evil
that we deal with are up to evil genius code. Are you familiar with the code? You know, l’m more of a
do-it-yourself kind of guy. Yeah. l understand.
Thinking about putting in a laser? l don’t know. l don’t…
Do you think l should? Well, it’s standard equipment
for a cave lair. l’m not saying you’re
gonna zap someone today, but you gotta think about the future.
They gotta be calibrated. – You gonna do that yourself?
– Well, l… l… We should take a look
at that power grid. OK. Yeah, sure, sure. Wait a minute. [sniffs] l smell hairspray. [gasps] A-haaa! Oome here, you little bunny! – [Granny laughs]
– Huh? Ooh! Whoo! Ha-ha! Gotcha! Get over here! – Aahhh!
– [bike bell rings] Hey, Puckett! Little Red’s gonna take a ride! And there ain’t… …no… …brakes! [cackling] Red! Aah! Whoo! She doesn’t trust you anymore, Granny! Out of my way, bunny! Whoo! Ha-ha! Ahh! Uhh! – [groans]
– [panting] [whooping] Dolph! Whahh! Wow, that’s a… that’s a long way. – We could take the truck.
– Let’s take the truck. Yeah, cool. They go up, you go down.
Gotta help! APB! Get the bunny! – This squirrel ate the wrong nuts.
– English! What’s wrong with you? Wait a minute. l’ve got an idea. [babbling] [rewinding][babbling]Ah… OK.The criminal cannot be found
at the bottom of the mountain.He resides at the top
in a cave fortresswhere my companions
are trying to detain him.[chuckles] Aww. – That’s more like it.
– How do we know he’s on the level? He threw himself in front of a car.
That’s commitment. No, that’s crazy.
We can’t get up there in time anyway. Hey, chief! lt looks like
they’re coming to us! Ahh! Ohh! Ohh! [Granny] A-ha! – Granny!
– l’m coming, honey! Grab the hood! [grunting] [gasps] Aahhh! [screams] [laughing] Hold tight! – Whoo-hoo!
– [laughs] [Boingo] End of the line, ladies!
[cackling] – Granny!
– You know what to do. Whoo! Oh, wonderful. No! Watch your head. – Oh!
– Ow! [Dolph] That hurts. Get ’em outta here, boys. [engine starts] – No, no, no, no. Not prison.
– Say Parcheesi! Not prison! Not for a cute
little bunny rabbit! Not prison! Not for a cute
little bunny rabbit! – [applause]
– Granny, Little Bit, we got ’em! – Not bad for a little cookie maker.
– Thanks. l guess l must have had
my eyes shut pretty tight not to see how fast
you were growing up. You were really something up there. l take after my granny. [vehicle approaches] [Kirk] Hello, everybody!
Here, we have the book! [crash] [car alarm blaring] – What happened here tonight?
– My granny swooped in and saved me. – And the whole forest!
– lt was my Red who saved the day. Well, it was a group effort,
spearheaded by myself, of course. You’ll read the story in tomorrow’s
column, but l will take a few questions. Mr. Kirkendal will be appearing
in our ad campaign… – l got a call-back!
– No, don’t talk. lf a tree falls in the forest,
you’ll get three stories, – yours, mine and the tree’s.
– [all laughing] Well, a bunny gone bad
is going away, and you’ll wake up tomorrow
with piping hot tea cakes, same as always. [Granny] Ooh! Those are piping hot. So how about that new
delivery system? Well, it beats riding a bike,
that’s for sure. # l got horns that hold the muffins # And l got horns that hold the pies Hey, did you hear about Kirk?
He finally made it. [yodeling] – Wanna see the show with us?
– l’m allergic to yodeling. – Now, Wolfie…
– l’m front page material now, l’m about to crack a story
about the three pigs running a home improvement scam.
Houses falling. l got the wide-angle lenses
for those piggies. You sure this is the right place? – Ah.
– Mr. Flippers. l see you all got my message. – Glad you could make it.
– What’s going on? Well, l was wondering if you would
like to come and work for me. l could use some fresh talent like you. What kind of work
are we talking about? You’d be undercover,
on impossible missions… …to faraway places. There’s a lot of stories out there
that need a happy ending. l’m part of a secret organization
that makes sure that happens. ”Happily Ever After Agency”? The woods don’t
go around by themselves. We fight the bad guys,
swing through the windows secret-agent-style, right? So, what do you think? Bring it, honey. l always did like happy endings. [# Todd Edwards:
Oritters Have Feelings]