Theme Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75LThufUOzY
Pony: *Walking in front of a green background, but gets crushed por falling letters that say...*
Pony: *Gets stuck under the P, but gets himself free. The background then changes to red. He continues to walk when he sees numbers falling toward him. He runs, but gets crushed by...*
Pony: *Gets out from under the 6, but as he does, it leans to the right, and the 0 rolls away. As the background changes to orange, he whistles when he sees más falling letters*
Pony: *Surprised that he's not stuck under any of the letters. He rearranges them*
Pony: *The background changes to yellow as he starts walking again. más letters start to fall, but they crush him again*
Pony: *Gets out from under the M. Once again, he rearranges the letters*
Pony: *Starts to walk again as the background changes blue. The letters falling toward him now say*
Pony: *In between the two B's. He gets out, and rearranges the letters again*
Pony: *Annoyed as he walks in front of a purple background. The siguiente set of letters to fall on him say*
Pony: *His head is stuck under the Y, but the rest of his body is okay. He gets his head unstuck, and rearranges the letters.*
Pony: *Walking behind a green background again. He decides to turn around to avoid más letters. As he gets between Larry Wilcox and Bob Newhart, más letters appear. He stops, not bothering to run*
Also starring Pinkie Pie as Leslie Grimes
Pony: *Glad that the words are not scrambled, but he's not glad with the word Pie stuck on his tail. más letters fall, and destroy the other letters, setting him free. The new set of letters say*
And Rick Jones as Karl Grimes
Picture of Rick Jones: link
Stop the song
Narrator: 1960 was a año full of idiocracy. There were lots of car crashes.
poni, pony wearing leather coat: *Crashes a brand new Corvette into a garage*
Narrator: Too many ponies relied on airplanes
Airplane: *Crashes into a mountain*
Narrator: And the Railroad Industry was dramatically going downhill
Pony: *Applies the brakes on his train, but it hits the end of a passenger train*
Narrator: In Los Angeles, idiocracy would be the only thing coming out of four stallions, travelling to Seattle to get a promotion. The four stallions were Pierce Hawkins, Tom Foolery, Bob Newhart, and Karl Grimes.
Larry: Okay, so tu four want a promotion.
Pierce: That's right.
Tom: We do.
Bob: I deserve it más than the others.
Karl: What do we have to do?
Larry: I'm going to be flying into Seattle to see the CEO of our company. He plans to give out a free promotion, but only one of tu can get it. tu have five days to get there. *Gives each of the four ponies 200 dollars* For the long drive into Seattle.
Tom: Wait, we're driving?
Pierce: Drive, as in... *Holds his front hooves out as if he's driving a car*
Larry: Yes. So anyway-
Pierce: *Still pretending to drive a car. He honks the horn, and moves his mouth as if he's shouting. No words come out*
Tom: You're distracting the boss.
Pierce: I am? I haven't even arrived at work yet.
Larry: *Clears his throat*
Pierce: *Stops pretending to drive* Sorry.
Larry: The first one who gets to Seattle gets the promotion.
Bob: Why do we have to drive there? Why can't we just hop on board a plane like you?
Larry: It'll make things más fun. Trust me. I'll talk to the CEO, he'll have me wait for one of tu guys, and whoever arrives at our company headquarters in Seattle first gets the free promotion.
Pierce: Okay, lets do it! *Runs out of the room with Tom, Bob, and Karl*
Larry: I was right. This will be fun.
2 B Continued