Daddy Steve: It's Thanksgiving Day, and time for the puppet show!
Oliver: Isn't this exciting?
Wesley: I've been waiting for days!
Holly Belle: Come on you two, the puppet show is starting soon.
Mikko: But there's a big game on TV.
Holly Belle: Look, Thanksgiving is a time of family and love and togetherness so we're ALL going to watch the puppet show. NOW!
Tyler: Yes, ma'am!
Gavin and Rolf warm up the audience with a little music.
Gavin: Do you know anything by Benny Goodman?
Rolf: Nein. All I can play is Lady ov Spain und der Beer Barrel Polka.
At last, the show begins. Ann Marie serves as narrator.
Ann Marie: Once upon a time, there was a happy man who lived in the woods. One Thanksgiving he decided to invite all of his woodland friends to dinner.
Mr. Turkey: People always have an ulterior motive when they invite me to dinner, gobble gobble.
Mr. Happy Man: Don't worry, Mr. Turkey. You've been invited as a friend! We're serving beans on toast for our meal.
Nicholas: Smashing! I say, this is gripping drama. It's just like being at the Old Vic!
Pete Dakota: Who's Vic?
The show continues to keep the audience in its thrall. All too soon, the story comes to its end...
Ann Marie: And so the four friends enjoyed a lovely dinner of beans on toast, elderberry wine, and pumpkin pie, although Mr. Fox couldn't but help gaze longingly at Mr. Turkey and imagining the delicious dinner that might have been.
Mr. Turkey: Gobble, gobble; what are you staring at?!
Ann Marie: The end.
The puppeteers come out and take their bows.
Yay! Woo! >Applause, applause< Bravo!
Holly Belle: Hmm, that last part was a little dark. I'll bet that was your idea, Nathan.
Nathan: I was just trying to add some dramatic tension. And set the stage for next year's show.
Holly Belle: And what would that be?
Nathan: Mr. Turkey's revenge.