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The Secrets Behind Antonio and the Great Escape: If Antonio and the Great Escape was released Spring 2014, this featurette would've been shown as a bonus feature on the Merry Larry and the True Light of Christmas DVD. In this feature, The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything/The Chipmunks give information about "Antonio's Great Escape" - an A Chipmunk Christmas-Esther: The Girl Who Became Queen hybrid musical, and secrets about their Christmas special - "A Chipmunk Christmas".

Transcript

  • Cameraman (Archibald Asparagus): What do you mean we're not done with our Merry Larry episode?
  • Director (Mr. Nezzer): I mean, we're supposed to be making the next one called "Veggies In Space: The Fennel Frontier": a Star Trek spoof that talks about sharing. But instead, since everyone liked The Three Chipmunks so much, we decided to make them star in a hilarious musical.
  • Cameraman: I say when are we doing it?
  • Director: Um, no. Know what Dennis? You barely have had a small cameo in our last one, "MacLarry and the Stinky Cheese Battle".
  • Cameraman: I know, I was Archimedes.
  • Director: That makes no sense!
  • Alvin (Larry the Cucumber): Gentlemen please! Why are you telling the fans lies?
  • Cameraman: Please be quiet.
  • Alvin: Anyways, hello Veggie and Chipmunk fans. My name's Alvin Seville. Sorry to interrupt your corrupt ways, but we wanted to find ways to thank everyone for their big response. A decision has been made.
  • Director: I've always wanted to say that!
  • Cameraman: Too bad.
  • (The cameraman beats up the director)
  • Cameraman: I win!
  • Alvin: (anouncer voice) And now, coming to you live from Nashville, Tennessee, Big Idea Entertainment, LLC. present: "The Secrets Behind Antonio's Great Escape"! (normal voice) Ahh... Theodore? Quit messing with the music!
  • Theodore (Mr. Lunt): Hello, little kiddies!
  • Alvin: Now you may not have noticed; in 2000, everyone was eager to watch "A Chipmunk Christmas" since a Big Idea employee discovered the Christmas special under a desk.
  • Simon (Pa Grape): They must've found better solutions, Alvin.
  • Alvin: Better? Honestly, I've learned my lesson that being selfless helps the people around us, just as I have helped Tommy Waterford feel better. So tonight, we'll give a sneak peek at our new adventure coming next Easter. In case you're wondering, the lesson is pretty much the same thing as "Esther... The Girl Who Became Queen", a hilarious adventure based on the story of Esther.
  • Theodore: A lot of you may not know about this next Dave Seville saying, that no one's really talked about, but before we get to that... we both have a few things to say to you, Alvin.
  • Alvin: Like what, fellas?
  • Simon: Well, the Haman song was brilliantly conniving.
  • Alvin: And the scenes with the Grim Reaper-spoof was really menacing. I would most certainly not get banished to the Island of Perpetual Tickling.
  • Theodore: And the puppy song and the "Battle is Not Ours" song, those two were clever.
  • Alvin: Thanks fellas. All the songs in that one are entertaining! Let's get to the next Dave Seville saying.
  • David Seville: Thanks for letting me out of jail, Warden.
  • (phone rings)
  • Warden (Scooter): Are you beeping?
  • David Seville: It's my cell. Hey Alvin, what's shaking?
  • Alvin: Hello, Dave. Listen; we're kicking off 2014 with a courage-themed story called "Antonio and the Big Escape."
  • Simon: In any sort of way, "Antonio's Great Escape" would be for the same reasons as "Duke and the Great Pie War", a prequel to "King George and the Ducky".
  • David Seville: I don't think I've seen "King George and the Ducky" or "Esther: The Girl Who Became Queen".
  • Alvin: Well, you should. They're both royally good classics. I'm pretty sure our new production will be royally-based.
  • Theodore: That one will be more fun than either dressing up as a French soldier standing on top of a wall, dropping slushies on people's heads while reminding them to "Keep Walking", or prancing around in a bathrobe all day singing about how much you love your duck more than anything else.
  • David Seville: I don't think I'll remember that one.
  • Simon: Yeah, I don't think you'll be in it.
  • David Seville: But what about the countertops, and the Silly Song?
  • Alvin: The countertop segments? Oh, that. The wraparound segments will act as the countertop, and there won't be a Silly Song either; but there will be a song at the end called "I've Loved You for a Thousand Years, I'll Love You for a Thousand More".
  • David Seville: Oh that song would be lovely picked as it fits the theme of having courage and doing what's right.
  • Simon: In "MacLarry and the Stinky Cheese Battle: The Return of Pompous Maximus", the three of us were actually in the audience throughout and we had no idea what was going on. And I was supposed to play the angel who told MacLarry about the dangers of Pompous Maximus, thanks to the protests from the guy that looked like me.
  • Alvin: The one thing I liked about MacLarry and the Return of Pompous Maximus was the song Owl City did.
  • David Seville: I liked it too.
  • Theodore: And we got three stars to portray ourselves, but with different names, and they're Wayne Brady, Terry Crews, and Rob Paulsen.
  • Simon: And with Brady, Crews and Paulsen pretending to be us, our names are changed to Antonio, Stephen, and Travis.
  • David Seville: What?! That's crazy. Having your names changed is one of the most awful things that could go wrong in my songwriting days.
  • Alvin: The wrap around is sort of a "Princess Bride"-type thing, and where a grouchy neighbor of mine was working at a restaurant on a stormy night; and I was trying to tell the employees a story, and they weren't all that interested.
  • Simon: And the story is about the three of us going on an adventure to save a nation from a nasty gang of rich tycoons.
  • Alvin: I would insist that it looks like combining both "Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed" and "Esther", and placing "The Bellybutton Song" by the Boyz in the Sink in the middle.
  • David Seville: Ha-ha-ha! Alvin, you're a hoot. That's the most funniest joke I've ever heard. A familiar-known story which is combined of a superhero story and the story of an ordinary girl who became queen and then placing a song about not having a bellybutton in the middle? Also, I haven't seen Rumor Weed either.
  • Simon: Dave's right, my cucumber friend. I think the Yodeling Veterinarian of the Alps would be placed for that hybrid.
  • Theodore: And I think the Love Song "His Cheeseburger" wouldn't be enough to save it.
  • Alvin: And now, another moment you've been waiting for. Ladies and gentlemen, weep at the fury of our songwriting. Fellas! Give them all... the story of "Antonio and The Great Escape".
  • Crowd (offscreen): Nooooooooooooooo!
  • Alvin: That's right! Premiering next March, on DVD and Digital Download. Be sure to check out my amazing skills at being good with a dodgeball, and putting together a bridge machine with various pieces of wood that you'd find. Okay Simon, Theodore, take it away!
  • (A clip montage of unfinished animation from "Antonio & The Great Escape" plays)
  • Alvin: For years, parents and teachers have read these stories to kids everywhere. But there is one story that has yet to be told. In a tidal wave of mystery, and a town full of trouble; you have moved to "Grease". Get it? G-R-E-A-S-E, "Grease". And of course, you have grooved to "The King and I". Set sail for the ultimate adventure, and the tale of the biggest mishap after the September 11 attacks!
  • (Clip montage ends)
  • Simon: This whole thing will be interesting, and a pretty good explanation on why many people are starting to put their trust into anything new, like me.
  • Theodore: Still, the story will be thrilling than having your kingdom be at war, a pie war that is, when all you want to do is to take baths with your rubber duck collections, or even walking around with slushies being dropped on your heads. Which I'm pretty sure I can squeeze in one last message of you, Dave.
  • Officer George: Okay, the judge set you free.
  • David Seville: Thanks, George.
  • Alvin: I'd say he's going into his environment just fine.
  • Theodore: Before we sign off, let's go through some honorable mentions to our new show.
  • Simon: Sounds like a good answer!
  • Alvin: Here are the honorable/dishonorable mention/whatever you call it. "Toy Story 3" for being just the most mediocre Toy Story movie ever...
  • David Seville: Alvin?
  • Alvin: "Tomato Sawyer and Huckleberry Larry's Big River Rescue", for pretty much the same reason as A Chipmunk Christmas...
  • David Seville: Alvin?
  • Alvin: "The Wonderful Wizard of Ha's" for being - a combination of The Prodigal Son and The Wizard of Oz.
  • David Seville: ALLLVIINN!
  • Alvin: See ya later, Dave. Goodnight everybody!
  • (The director walks up to them)
  • Director: Alvin, I got harshly beaten up. Do you mind if you give me the role as Martin Marigold, the main antagonist in our next show?
  • Chipmunks: Sure thing!
  • (Simon and Theodore place the injured director on a gurney and take him to an ambulance)
  • Alvin: So, look for "Antonio's Great Escape" - March 8, at a Christian bookstore, and March 11, at a general market near you. Really near you. Like, maybe, right next door. Or for more info, check out our website at www.veggietales.com!
  • Director: Oh, my bonnie lies over the ocean...
  • Alvin: Also, be on the look for "Celery Night Fever", coming Summer 2014, and "Beauty and the Beet", coming Fall 2014.

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