ANNIE, BEN and MANGO! ANNIE, BEN and MANGO! ANNIE, BEN and MANGO! You never know where they’re gonna go! ANNIE, BEN and MANGO! ANNIE, BEN and MANGO! ANNIE, BEN and MANGO! You never know where they’re gonna go! That was amazing! The Crown Jewels were awesome. I love the Tower of London! Mango, put that back! That belongs to England! Is this the kids’ stairway? It’s so small. It was built almost a 1000 years ago when people were shorter. Hello? Anybody out there!? Did you hear that? Helloooo-ooo! Anyone!? WE’RE HERE! HOW DO WE GET TO YOU!? Push the dark stone. Got it! Hello! Are you okay? Annie! Dark! Scary! Just clap twice. Unfortunately — I find myself unable to clap. Oh, my goodness. What happened to your body? A very good question. Perhaps you and your frightened animals can help me find the answer. Hey! I know this guy, uh, head! That’s Frankenstein!!! He’s a movie star! YOU’RE FAMOUS!!! Please, call me Frank. And, yes, I’m famous. Famous for being a monster. People are afraid of monsters. Especially famous ones. Frank… where’s the rest of you? Well, I’m pretty sure it’s with Pooky, my dog. Hey! He’s got a dog! Do you have a monkey, too? No. Please don’t do that. Long story short, Pooky wanted to play fetch, I was tired and… I woke up this way. My body is elsewhere playing fetch with Pooky. We just have to find Pooky and we find your body. Exactly. I believe he went out his “doggie” door. Pooky isn’t a chihuahua, is he? Small dogs get caught in my toes. C’mon, guys! We need to find Frank’s body. We’d better hurry — Frank’s already “a head” of us. Get it? Ahead! A HEAD! Ben likes to tell bad jokes. He does it well. I believe your monkey is trying to tell us something. It’s … A LEG!? Not just any leg. My right leg! Ah, yes, I can travel better now. Hey, now you’ve got… a leg to stand on! That was a particularly bad joke. Excellent job, Ben. C’mon, if we’ve got a leg, the rest of Frank could be close. There! Pooky could be in there! It’s our play room. Oh, my, gosh — it’s gigantic! Big monster, big dog, big playroom. Annie! He’s got the same toys we have … only SUPER-SIZED! Why haven’t I ever read about you and Pooky living here? Nobody but you three know we’re here. I don’t want to scare anyone. Pooky and I stay inside during the day. We only leave at night when nobody’s out. You don’t have any friends? Pooky doesn’t have any dogs to run with? No, no friends. And I know Pooky would love to make a doggie friend or two. Well, it’s clear that Pooky’s not here. Where else could he go? Outside. Boy, I wish I could dig like that! Where would Pooky go? Hyde Park! That’s where we play fetch at night! I couldn’t find him either. The sun will be up soon, people will see Pooky. He’ll scare them. They don’t know how sweet he is! Pooky!! I’m glad to see you, too, Pooky. You know, they’re just like us when we play. Well… not EXACTLY like us. We have to get out of here before the people and their dogs arrive for their morning run. Aw, Pooky still wants to play. Then he should. And he WILL! What?? Everybody’s coming with their dogs. Get ready. It’s a monster! And a monster dog! They’re scary! Run! Now! Throw the ball Frank! Wow! Did you see that!? That dog’s amazing. Do it again, Mister! Hey! Aren’t you Frankenstein!? They’re not scared. They LIKE Pooky! They like ME!!! How ever did you know!? Dog people like other dog people, no matter how big they are. And who doesn’t like a movie star? Pooky wants you to have this — so you will always remember us. You’re our first-ever friends! I promise you, we won’t be your last. Would you like to run with the other dogs in the park, Pooky? I think I’ll join them. Why? Are they coming apart? I love that joke — and I love running with the big dogs! Wait for me, Pooky! It’s a nice day, Frank. Couldn’t agree more, Annie.