Narrator: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls! Larry the Cucumber presents, in a sequential image, stereophonic, multimedia event, The Song of the Cebu!
Larry: Cebu! This is a song about a boy ... a song about a little boy and his cebus ... a song about a little boy and his three cebus ...
the little boy who had a sick cebu, a sad cebu and a mute cebu. And also a hippo.
Um ... um ... this is a picture of me at the airport. This is my Aunt Ruth. This is me at a bullfight. This is me fighting the bull.
Jimmy, Jerry & Junior: Ohh!
Larry: This is me and the bull.
Jimmy, Jerry & Junior: Ahh!
Larry: This is me and the bull and ... I think that's the bull's cousin. He's a cebu!
Archibald: Hold it! You call this a multimedia event? This is a slide projector and a bed sheet! And what on Earth is a cebu, anyway?
Larry: It's kind of like a cow. See?
Archibald: Yes. Well, very good. This could be interesting. Carry on!
Archibald: Does the hippo see them? Is the poor mute cebu successful in communicating the imminent danger to the other passengers? Is the boy injured? Why is the sad cebu sad? Is the canoe wood or aluminum?
Larry: Oh look! There's me and Bob at Sea World! Oh, wow. Forgot about that one. There's me and that bull again.
Archibald: You can't just start a song and leave it hanging like that! You know, I've come to expect a lot more from you. This is quite disappointing! I'm going to have to speak to Bob about this.
Larry: Oh look, a cebu! Cebu!
Jimmy, Jerry & Junior: Cebu!
Larry: No, wait ... that's a water buffalo.
Jimmy, Jerry & Junior: No more song about cebu! Need another verse or two! Audience is standing and leaving, bye-bye moo, bye-bye moo, bye-bye moo, bye-bye moo moo moo moo