No, no, wait!
I’ll have the… er… Sir, could you please
order something? There are a lot of people
waiting here, some of us have lives. Don’t rush me, I almost had it. Er… That guy’s so dumb. Where in tarnation is my lunch? The service here is slower than
a three-legged dog in molasses! [gasping] Me customers! Alright, Alright, Alright. What’s the holdup here, Mr. Manward? How should I know? Go ask
you persnickety fry cook, between him and this other idiot, we’re not gonna make it
through lunch rush alive! Let me see about that. You’ll be having the
number three with cheese. Oh, that’s what I was gonna order! I’ll have a number cheese with cheese. Don’t you have somewhere else
to be a nitwit? Not until four. [laughing] Jim Bob! Got a restaurant full of
hungry customers out there. Where are their burgers? Oh, Mr. Slabs,
you know I can’t cook a Slabby Patty until it’s cooked just right. Slabby Patty, it’s cooked just right,
Slabby Patty, day and night. What a nifty, tasty sight,
Slabby Patty and it’s cooked just right. I love this guy! [laughing] – Enough of that!
– Sorry, sir. Get those shipshape
burgers shipped out or you’ll be doing your soft shoe
across the street at the Crumb Basket! Your gumballs are done. Oh, Charlotte’s here. Hey, what you got there? Special gum for a special occasion. The vice Mayor said you guys have
to look extra fancy tonight. I think these will do the trick. – Oh.
– It’s just terrible. – Yeah it tastes like… like…
– Like butt. – Yes. Couldn’t quite put my finger on it.
– Yeah. – It’s like butt.
– Butt, tastes like butt. It’s Schwoz’s recipe, I just mixed the
ingredients and turned the gum maker on. Ah, did you mix in some butt? Just blow a bubble. I put some butt in there. – Sorry?
– Just a little bit. [crowd cheering] Woo-woo! What? They look hot. – He’s right.
– I mean he’s not wrong. Great, then you should blend right in. Good work, team. Now let’s get off this stinking island. Where’s dad? Sorry, but I’m saving like 80 bucks here. Dang it!
60. – Bye, desert island!
– See you again. Next stop, home. [yelling] Ahh, wave! [screaming] Keep kicking, guys. We can still make it to land! Louds never quit! – Louds never quit! Louds never quit!
– Louds never quit! Louds never quit! – Louds never quit.
– Louds never quit. Hooray!
It’s the Coast Guard! In a dingy? Hey!
I’ve been looking for you bozos. Where’s my boat? Your crummy engine blew and it sank. We’re lucky we’re alive. Oh, heh, ho.
Ooh… I guess I’ll forgive the late fee. [cheering] Oh, welcome to Good Burger,
home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order? Sure, but first, is that underwear? Oh, er… no. Wait, you guys look familiar. Yeah, we’re in a band. Oh, no that’s not it. You’re the guys who keep stealing
the toilet paper out of the bathroom! No, we’re the Jonas Brothers,
I’m Kevin Jonas. [cheering] I’m Joe Jonas. [cheering] And I’m Nick Jonas. [cheering] Yeah, but why did you name
your band The Jonas Brothers? Because we’re brothers. And we all share the last
name, Jonas. [laughing] Good thing your name isn’t Poopy. Yeah, because then you’d
be the Poopy Brothers. Lucky us. So, can we order? Sure you can.
Anybody can order. You know, it’s just listing all
the things you wanna eat out loud. Try it. OK, uh,
can I get one Good Burger please? Oh, that was so good. [police sirens sounding] This is the sky police, pull over. Pull over?
Where am I supposed to pull over? Um, pull over by that cloud. That’s just great captain Leadfoot.
How fast were you going? Pull alongside them, sergeant. What?
No, don’t! Just my luck. Partnered with a
gung-ho rookie taking unnecessary risks days before my retirement. [sighing] It’s OK. Soon, I’ll get all the me time I want. Going over a waterfall in a dishwasher. I was going 900 kilometers– Yes, officer? License and registration, please? Oh hang on, let’s see. Oh, here. I have reason to believe there is
a person of interest on this plane. [distant screaming] What was that? Sounded like a woman’s
terrified scream to me. I’m going in, sergeant.
And if I don’t make it back, it has been an honor to serve with you. And tell my boyfriend,
Earl, that I love him. And I put a load of laundry
in the washing machine, if he could put it in the dryer
before it gets all mildew-y. And tell him please,
one fabric softener sheet, not three. I mean seriously, how much can
someone smell like a Spring breeze before it gets weird. Oh, and I forgot to give the hamster
his pills this morning. You need to pick a classmate. I’m going to go with Cooper. You have chosen Cooper
to help you out with fourth grade, which means Nick will help
you in the fifth grade. Cooper, you show teachers how to dance? Yes I do. You wanna show me a move? – Sure.
– Alright, what do we got? – OK.
– OK. So, in. Out. Across. Then in. [cheering] I can do a lot of dance moves,
but not the floss. Thank you very much, Cooper. Subway trains are the perfect stage.
Good lighting, nice acoustics, and you will never see
any of these people again. [music playing] Uh, uh, uh. You can do this. Just a reminder, there’s no
amplified music allowed on the Glart. Girls? Oh, hi, Dad! I was just trying to help Ronnie Ann
with her stage fright. She’s horribly embarrassed
when she’s the center of attention. What am I saying?
Everyone stop looking at her. Hey, sorry about that. It’s OK,
I know you were just trying to help. I’m out of here.
This street is dead. Wait, that just gave me an idea! [music playing] Oh, look honey, it’s a street entertainer. What is she doing? Oh, I know,
she’s one of those statue people. She’s good. Brit, great news! Dave would love to take you
to the father daughter dance. Yeah, but don’t tell your sisters, OK? ‘Cause he doesn’t want to hurt
anybody’s feelings. [dance music playing] You didn’t dance much as a
kid, did you Dave? Oh, yeah, no, um, dancing’s not really my thing. Yeah, I can see that. [gasping] Oh, I am so thirsty. Why don’t I go get us some fruit punch? OK. Dave, Dave, Dave! Down here.
Don’t look! Don’t look. Pretend I’m not here, OK? Look, it’s time for
you to pick up Britney. So, take these drinks back to Eleanor,
you know, have a few sips. Engage in a little small talk, then
tell her you have to go to the restroom. ♪ One, one, one and only ♪ ♪ One, one, one and only ♪ ♪ We were young and the days were long ♪ ♪ Hanging out in the Summer sun ♪ ♪ Never thought that you knew my name ♪ ♪ But I liked you all the same ♪ ♪ Didn’t think I’d get your attention ♪ ♪ Then you looked in my direction ♪ ♪ Felt my heart beating out of sync ♪ ♪ When you walked up next to me ♪ ♪ And you said
Be my one and only ♪ ♪ The one that’ll show me ♪ ♪ Be my one and only love ♪ ♪ As long as you’re around me
You’ll never feel lonely ♪ ♪ Be my one and only love ♪ ♪ One, one, one and only love ♪ ♪ Woah, oh, oh-oh-oh
Woah, oh, oh-oh-oh ♪ ♪ Woah, oh, oh-oh-oh
Woah, one and only love ♪ – You can do it.
– OK. [sighing] Oops, sorry. Woah! Every obstacle is– Woah! Come on! Have courage. Woah. [screaming] Yeah!