Enchanted Pinkdom | Pink Panther and Pals

Enchanted Pinkdom | Pink Panther and Pals


(jazzy Pink Panther theme) ♪ ONCE UPON A TIME
SO VERY LONG AGO, IN AN ENCHANTED “PINKDOM,” NOT THE ONE
THAT YOU KNOW, THERE LIVED MANY
LOVABLE CHARACTERS, THE GREATEST, THE BEST, BUT LITTLE
PINK RIDING HOOD WAS LOVED MUCH MORE
THAN THE REST. HE WAS GOOD,
HE WAS KIND, HE WAS OH, SO SWEET,
BRINGING TREATS TO HIS GRANNY,
WHO WAS NURSING
SORE FEET. HE SKIPPED QUITE A LOT. NO ONE
REALLY KNOWS WHY. LITTLE PINK RIDING HOOD
WAS JUST THAT KIND OF GUY. (woman whistles) THEN THERE’S THE PIGGY
WITH HOUSE MADE OF STRAW, WHOSE EFFORTS
TO THWART HIM MADE BIG,
BAD WOLFY GUFFAW. (wolf howls) BECAUSE THAT
CLEVER OLD WOLF WAS A GARDNER BY TRADE, HE FIRED UP
HIS LEAF-BLOWER, AND PIGGY’S HOUSE
WAS PUREED. THOUGH I DON’T THINK
HE PLANNED IT… HE CRASHED THE HOUSE
MADE OF STICKS, LEAVING THREE
FRIGHTENED PIGS IN A HOUSE MADE
OF BRICKS. WELL, THE WOLF
WASN’T DONE. NO, HE WAS HUNGRY
AND MEAN, AND HE RAN OFF TO FIND
AN EVEN BIGGER MACHINE. A GIGANTIC THING
WITH A HUGE WRECKING BALL, HE’D FRICASSEE
THAT HOUSE. A SIDE OF BACON FOR ALL. “UH-OH” WAS THE THOUGHT
I THINK THAT HE HAD WHEN THE GIGANTIC BALL
CRASHED DOWN ON HIS HEAD. LITTLE PINK RIDING HOOD
WAS WELL ON HIS WAY. NOTHING COULD STOP HIM
FROM GETTING TO GRANNY’S
THIS DAY. (accordion plays) (wolf laughs) BUT WHAT?
WAIT A MINUTE. WHAT HAVE WE HERE? THAT WOLF IS
UP TO SOMETHING, SOMETHING AWFUL, I FEAR. “THREE BEANS
FOR THE BASKET
I’LL TRADE YOU,” HE CROWED. BUT PINK RIDING HOOD
SHOOK HIS HEAD, “NO, NO, NO,” SAID BYE-BYE
TO THE WOLF, AND SKIPPED OFF
DOWN THE ROAD. BUT IT’S NOT OVER YET. YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT
BY NOW. A STRANGE MAN
IN SHORTS SHOWED UP
WITH A COW. BUT STOP.
WAIT A MINUTE. THOSE BEANS
ARE POSSESSED. THAT STALK IS GIGANTIC. I’M REALLY IMPRESSED. MM. BUT GIVEN SOME THOUGHT,
AND IT’S ONLY A HUNCH… I’D RATHER CLEAN UP
AFTER A COW THAN
BE SOMEBODY’S LUNCH. A QUAINT LITTLE COTTAGE. A SLEEPY,
GOLDEN-HAIRED CHILD. I KNOW YOU KNOW THIS ONE,
BUT BEAR WITH ME A WHILE. (stomach growls) THREE BOWLS
FILLED WITH PORRIDGE,
COLD, MEDIUM, AND HOT. THAT HUNGRY PINK RIDING HOOD
PLANNED TO DEVOUR THE LOT. (kettle whistles) (alarm ringing) WE CHANGED UP THE STORY,
GAVE A TWIST TO THE PLOT. THERE’S THINGS GOING ON
THAT WE KIND OF FORGOT. AAH! AAH! SO PAY CLOSE ATTENTION. THE STORY GETS THICKER. THE WOLF’S
PROBABLY THINKING, “I SHOULD HAVE
LEFT QUICKER!” (screaming, roaring) BUT PINK RIDING HOOD
JUST KEEPS SKIPPING ALONG, UNAWARE THAT THE WOLF
IS STILL COMING ON STRONG. (wolf laughs) HE HIGH-FIVES
HUMPTY DUMPTY AND BIDS HIM FAREWELL, THEN SPENDS JUST A MOMENT
WITH JACK AND JILL
BY THE WELL. BUT DOWN GOES THAT EGG.
HE LANDS WITH A CRASH. (growls) THE KINGS HORSES AND MEN
WANT TO KNOW, “WHO WILL CLEAN UP
THIS TRASH?” “WHAT’S NEXT?”
YOU MIGHT ASK, AND YOU’D BE RIGHT
TO SAY. HASN’T THAT CRAZY OLD WOLF
DONE ENOUGH DAMAGE TODAY? SO I’LL FILL YOU IN,
BECAUSE I’VE GOT THIS ITCH… THAT THE ONE THING
WE’RE MISSING IN THIS TALE
IS A WITCH. SHE’S NOT JUST
ANY OLD WITCH. NOPE, SHE’S ONE OF A KIND. AND SHE’S REALLY
VERY UNHAPPY WITH WHAT THE WOLF
LEFT BEHIND. SO SHE HOPS ON HER BROOM,
MAKES A GINGERBREAD MAN… (roars) AND OFF HE GOES RUNNING
JUST AS FAST AS HE CAN. PINK’S VERY HAPPY.
HE’S FINALLY HERE. WITH HIS BASKET OF GOODIES
FOR HIS SWEET GRANNY DEAR. BUT THERE’S
SO MUCH THUNDER
BREWING OUTSIDE. WHAT’S GOING
TO HAPPEN NEXT? KEEP YOUR EYES
OPEN WIDE. ‘CAUSE HERE’S
WHERE THE STORY
GETS REALLY QUITE HAIRY. GRANNY ISN’T ACTUALLY
A GRANNY. SHE’S REALLY A FAIRY. THAT WOLF
BETTER WATCH IT. SHE’S GOOD
WITH THAT WAND. WITH A FLICK
OF HER STICK, THAT WOLF
WILL BE GONE. AAH! AAH! SO WHAT LESSON
DO WE LEARN FROM THIS STORY,
MY FRIENDS? IF YOU TAKE CARE
OF YOUR GRANNY, YOU’LL EAT WELL
IN THE END.