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  • Every day, when you're walking down the street

  • Everybody that you meet has an original point of view

  • (laughing)

  • And I say, heyHey.

  • What a wonderful kind of day

  • If we could learn to work and play

  • And get along with each other

  • You got to listen to your heart, listen to the beat

  • Listen to the rhythm, the rhythm of the street

  • Open up your eyes, open up your ears

  • Get together and make things better by working together

  • It's a simple message, and it comes from the heart

  • Believe in yourself ♪ ♪Believe in yourself

  • For that's the place to start ♪ ♪Place to start

  • And I say, heyHey.

  • Hey. ♪ What a wonderful kind of day

  • If we can learn to work and play

  • And get along with each other

  • Hey. ♪ What a wonderful kind of day

  • Hey. ♪ What a wonderful kind of day

  • Hey.

  • ARTHUR (on TV): Hey, D.W.

  • Hey.

  • Whoa. (loud thud)

  • (letters shattering)

  • BUSTER: Elwood City--

  • a place where any crazy thing can happen, and usually does.

  • Something was in the air that night...

  • (sniffing) as tantalizing as a fresh-baked cherry pie

  • cooling on Grandma's windowsill.

  • (sirens blaring) A crazy stew was brewing,

  • the ingredients boiling in a pressure cooker

  • like a can of soda ready to explode.

  • All this talk about food was making me hungry.

  • I grabbed an apple...

  • (door squeaks)

  • And then she walked in.

  • (gasps)

  • You've got to help me.

  • (laughing evilly)

  • My Supercoolossal Slushcupatron

  • will give you a bionic brain freeze.

  • ANNOUNCER: New! New! New!

  • From Rabid Dog Extreme.

  • The Radically Rabid Big Boss Bar.

  • So full of super-energizing goodness,

  • your mouth might just explode!

  • A million sparkles in every bite.

  • You'll flip for the spark.

  • Rabid Dog!

  • (dog growling)

  • We have just witnessed greatness.

  • Don't you want to watch the rest of the cartoon?

  • Got. To. Have. It.

  • 27, 28, 29...

  • Oh, yeah!

  • Sweet, sweet candy bars, mine, all mine.

  • Aw, I'm too late!

  • Aha!

  • "A million sparkles in every bite."

  • I wonder what would happen if I swallowed it whole.

  • Oh, it looks so good.

  • I gotta have it.

  • But it's the last one.

  • So good.

  • Last one.

  • Maybe I'll save it for lunch.

  • (laughing)

  • MRS. MacGRADY: Tofu stew with organic veggies

  • and the merest whisper of ground cardamom.

  • Enjoy!

  • I'm more interested in dessert.

  • May I see it?

  • "Azoshintetratarticmonoxide acid,

  • "concentrated monopazomidetetradioxide substitute,

  • Tri-Enzomated Zorn Jelly?"

  • What's that?

  • Beats me, and I know food.

  • Be wary of ingredients you've never heard of

  • and can't pronounce.

  • You're better off with this.

  • Fresh off the tree and on the house.

  • Oh.

  • Well, maybe I'll try to find out what it is.

  • It's probably harmless.

  • BINKY: Sorry, but I can't help you out.

  • Come on, Binky.

  • I'll pay you back.

  • George, I'm not a charity.

  • I need to take care of my paying customers.

  • FERN: More sparkles, if you please!

  • Thanks.

  • Later.

  • BUSTER: I was getting a funny feeling about this candy.

  • Sure, kids are sweet for sweets,

  • but something about this bar wasn't on the up and up.

  • Spill it, Sugar.

  • What's the beef?

  • I said, mixing my food metaphors.

  • They're spreading lies about me.

  • Horrible lies.

  • Bum rap, huh?

  • Who's spreading lies, Cupcake?

  • The Candy Man.

  • He knows the truth, but he won't say.

  • BUSTER: Whoever this Candy Man was,

  • I bet he had answers, and I had questions.

  • Plenty of them.

  • I'm on the case, Sweetheart.

  • What are you looking at, fruit snack?

  • (dog barking)

  • (tires squealing, engine revving)

  • (horn honks)

  • BUSTER: The slippery sucker got away clean,

  • and all I was left with...

  • (sputtering)

  • was a soggy fedora.

  • (kids all talking excitedly)

  • More sparkles! More sparkles!

  • (squealing with delight)

  • It's all there.

  • I swear.

  • It better be.

  • Mmm.

  • Yay!

  • It contains an impressive array of chemicals.

  • Most of the Periodic Table of Elements is included here.

  • Even some of the radioactive ones.

  • (Fern squealing and giggling)

  • That would explain some things.

  • Look.

  • Oxylavamonotrine.

  • That's a coloring agent.

  • It's made out of bugs.

  • Could you repeat that?

  • I thought you said "bugs."

  • I did say "bugs."

  • That blood red color

  • comes from boiled female cochineal insects.

  • There are bugs in this?

  • What about this... Tri-Enzomated Zorn Jelly?

  • Is that made from bugs, too?

  • I don't know.

  • I've never heard of it.

  • But whatever it is, there's a whole lot of it in there.

  • See? You can tell

  • because it's one of the first ingredients listed,

  • which means there's more of it than the ones listed below it.

  • This egghead stuff was too much for me.

  • It was going to take some old-fashioned detective work

  • to crack this case.

  • The Candy Man was a wash,

  • but I figured I might pick up a clue if I followed the dame.

  • We ended up in the seedy section of town,

  • a nasty neighborhood where the worst ingredients hung out.

  • Suddenly, the Candy Man slithered out of the shadows.

  • What was she doing with these creeps?

  • I'd have to dig deeper to find the answers.

  • (snoring)

  • Okay, let's see what the Rabid Dog homepage has on...

  • "Tri-Enzomated Zorn Jelly."

  • (dog barking and growling)

  • (raucous music; wheels whirring loudly)

  • Shh!

  • (noise stops)

  • Okay, let's see: "Candy: An Important Part of Every Meal."

  • Ah. "Ingredients."

  • (gasps)

  • The type is so small.

  • Ah, here we go.

  • "Tri-Enzomated Zorn Jelly."

  • Huh? What happened?

  • Weird.

  • (kids groaning)

  • (both groaning)

  • I feel hot and dizzy.

  • Is somebody spinning the library?

  • BUSTER: This candy bar was starting to smell rotten,

  • no matter what a pretty package they put her in.

  • It was time for me to have a heart-to-heart

  • with Little Miss Sweetness.

  • BUSTER: Everywhere you go,

  • you leave a trail of misery.

  • Can I help it if people like me?

  • I was born delicious.

  • You're mixed up with a bad crowd, and I want to know why.

  • What do you want me to say?

  • That I'm sweet and pure like Suzie Applecheeks there?

  • Well, I'm not.

  • I'm exciting and unique and... and... complicated.

  • (sobbing)

  • I'll say.

  • Here.

  • I hate to see candy cry.

  • Wow!

  • You are delicious!

  • Told you.

  • Want some more?

  • I felt myself getting sucked in.

  • There was only one person left I could turn to.

  • A "Big Boss Bar"?

  • Buster, you don't want to eat this.

  • Yes, Mom, I do.

  • At least I think I do.

  • I just want all the facts first.

  • Well, you've come to the right place.

  • Want to take a tour with me

  • of Rabid Dog corporate headquarters?

  • You can do that?

  • I've got a few favors I can call in.

  • (phone dialing)

  • (dog growling)

  • ANNOUNCER: Every Rabid Dog product is made with the finest ingredients.

  • Our Tri-Enzomated Zorn Jelly comes from pure zorn extract.

  • Each TEZJ molecule is lovingly crafted by over 100 scientists.

  • But what is it?

  • It's our special ingredient.

  • I'd tell you,

  • but then it wouldn't be a secret.

  • (clears her throat)

  • Bitzi Baxter from theElwood City Times.

  • Thank you for meeting us, Mr....?

  • Just call me Supreme Dog.

  • We're very informal here.

  • Well, if it's all right, Mr. Supreme Dog,

  • my son has a few questions about your Big Boss Bar.

  • Like why they're so darn tasty?

  • No.

  • Like why my friends can't stop eating them.

  • Oh, that's easy.

  • I'll show you.

  • When you bite into a Big Boss Bar,

  • molecules of Tri-Enzomated Zorn Jelly attach themselves

  • to parts of your brain and make you happy.

  • But when the little molecules die,

  • your brain gets sad until you eat some more.

  • Are you saying these candy bars are... addictive?

  • Certainly not.

  • I'm saying they're delicious.

  • Whatever you're saying, I don't want this anymore.

  • Here. You eat it.

  • Oh, no, no, thanks.

  • I just had one.

  • No, you didn't.

  • You'd still be sparkling.

  • Or jumping.

  • Easy, little feller.

  • Just put the bar down.

  • Take a bite.

  • It's your product.

  • No, keep it away from me!

  • Keep it away from me!

  • "We are sorry to inform you

  • "that Supreme Dog has had to take a personal day.

  • The interview is over."

  • I think I know what tomorrow's headline is going to be:

  • "Candy Company Cons Kids."

  • BUSTER: The ace reporter had a new story

  • and I had lost my sweet tooth.

  • (chatter on police radio)

  • Sorry, kiddo, but I'm gonna cut you loose.

  • I thought you were my friend,

  • but you're just like all the others.

  • You made me feel like a million bucks, baby,

  • but now I know that was

  • the Tri-Enzomated Zorn Jelly talking.

  • And the polytartaric diglycemade.