Yeah! I think Steve the Bullying Duck is sad and take a break.
Oh—How are people gonna know what's going on?
Oh—Periodically we're just gonna cut to you and me, just explaining it just like this in this sort of photo-animation.
Wh—Why don't we just film it? Live action?
Nah, it's not the budget.
Ah, yeah. How are the kids gonna know who we are?
(Text bubbles appear with arrows pointing to John Pomeroy and Seth MacFarlane, showing their names)
Oh! That's nice. Okay. But could Rob the Bullying duck could tell the Steve?
(Prepares to write on the drawing board) Ah!
Olivia the Duck:
They're ruined my Broadway show, I missed it. I hate the bullying ducks. (Olivia the Duck is crying)
(Back to John Pomeroy and Seth MacFarlane's office)
You know what? I think you're right. Olivia the Duck is sad. This was a bad idea.
No, no, no, no... This is starting to work. This is really good.
Yeah. Get, get up, get up, get out of the way! Give me the pen. So Bill the Duck was playing the music and Olivia the Duck see Bill the Duck...
(Cut back to John Pomeroy and Seth MacFarlane) Dan: Oh, so Doof's going to poke the mammoths with his Stick-inator and they'll stampede Roger and his friends away from their home, and Doof can live there. Swampy: Now, wasn't that clear? Dan: No. Swampy: Well, then it's a good thing we're doing (Does a pose) this then.
(Scene shifts to John Pomeroy and Seth MacFarlane one last time)
Eh, all right, I'll buy that, but it still feels like it's missing something.
(They think for a moment, then...)
John Pomeroy and Seth MacFarlane:
Okay, how about something like... ♪ There was Hole in a Life, And Now... It's Filled with Jesus! ♪
Do it again.
(As the song plays, Dan and Swampy, Bill the Duck and Hollywood Chorus sing and dance)