ALISTAIR COOKIE: Good evening, and welcome to "Monsterpiece
Theater." Me your host, Alistair Cookie.
Tonight, "Monsterpiece Theater" proud to present
classic play, "The Taming of the Shoe," by William
Shoe-spear, famous podiatrist.
And now, "The Taming of the Shoe."
GROVERO: Oh, Shoe?
Wherefore art thou, shoe?
Oh, there you are.
Methinks I will put you on and walk to the Padua Mall.
SHOE: Unhand me, Grovero.
ALISTAIR COOKIE: Ho!
What a shoe you are.
I, Grovero, only want to put you on my foot
and tie up your laces.
Just like my other shoe.
I will not be tied to any foot.
GROVERO: But Shoe, I cannot walk to the Padua Mall with
only one shoe.
'Twould be embarrassing.
SHOE: Find yourself another shoe.
I walk alone.
Go ahead, you shoe.
See how far-est you can get without a foot.
Methinks this is harder than me thought.
I toldeth you so, Shoe.
Please, can we not cooperate?
GROVERO: Ah, yes.
You needeth a foot, and I needeth a shoe.
Let us walk together.
SHOE: All right.
But watch your step.
I shall be very, very carefuleth.
I have tamed the shoe.
SHOE: (WEAKLY) Yeah.
There now, Shoe.
Is not better when we cooperate?
And now we can walk to the mall.
SHOE: Forget it.
I don't wanna walk to the mall.
GROVERO: But-- but Shoe, I thought you
were going to cooperate.
SHOE: I wanna dance to the mall.
We can cooperate and danceth to the mall.
ALISTAIR COOKIE: So goes the course of shoe love.
This is Alistair Cookie of "Monsterpiece Theater" saying,
"To thine own self be shoe."
Ommm, nom, nom, nom, halp.