Storyteller: It was a beautiful day, and Flick and his mother decided to get out of Lake Hoohaw for a while. They end up at a video store. Little did Mrs. Duck know, however, that when Flick would see a 1996 VHS of "Toy Story"...

Flick: Hey, Mama?

Mrs. Duck: Yes, Flick?

Flick: I've gotta get that Toy Story VHS! Can I have it? Can I? Can I? PLLLLEEEEEEEASEEEE?!

Mrs. Duck: Err...nah. It's a phony, anyways.

Storyteller: ...Flick would not just cry, something he rarely does, but he would throw a tantrum if his offer was turned down. And of course, it was.


Storyteller: So Flick was sent home and sent to his room for throwing a tantrum at a public place. The next day, however, would cause Flick even bigger trouble. You see, he and Mrs. Duck went to a toy store to make up for yesterday's mess. However, when Flick saw a new Mallard Man action figure...

Flick: Oh, wow! Hey, Mama?

Mrs. Duck: Yes, Flick?

Flick: That Mallard Man action figure is so cool! Can we get it, mama? Please?

Mrs. Duck: I don't think so, honey. It looks like a phony.

Storyteller: ...another meltdown occured.


Storyteller: Mrs. Duck had enough of the tantrums for one day, so she ran off. But then, the police arrived.

Patrick: HEY DUCK! I'm pretty sure I've heard that tantrums aren't allowed in these stores.

Elmo: That's right! Elmo will arrest you!

Flick: (gets handcuffed) NO! PUT ME DOWN! I may want that cool figure, but most of all, I WANT MY MOMMY!

Patrick: SHUT UP!

Storyteller: And so, Flick gets locked behind bars at the Anonymous Jail.

Flick: How long am I staying here, huh, huh?

Adam: Five months! Bye!


Storyteller: And so, Flick had now learned his lesson of a lifetime: never throw tantrums in public places.

The Next Day

Adam: You can come out now Flick.

Flick: I thought to said Five Months.

Adam: I did but i will let you out for good work and i will phone your parents to get you Toy Story 1996 on VHS.

Flick: Thanks a lot Adam.

Adam: Your welcome Flick.

The End