Randy Marsh (from South Park) as Jeremiah Jobling (the man with the bootlace)
Ringo Starr as The Narrator
Ringo Starr: Moe was enjoying his life in Springfield, but he still had a lot to learn.
Stan Marsh: You’re a special mixed-traffic Man
Ringo Starr: Said Stan Marsh.
Stan Marsh: You can pull carts or robots quite easily, but you must learn by your mistakes.
Ringo Starr: Moe knew what Stan Marsh meant. He could well remember that dreadful accident on his first day.
Ned Flanders: Be careful with the carts, Moe.
Ringo Starr: Said kind Ned Flanders.
Ned Flanders: They don’t like being bumped.
Ringo Starr: Everyone came to admire Moe.
Moe: I’m a Really Splendid Man.
Ringo Starr: He thought, and suddenly let off. A shower of water fell on Stan’s nice new blue hat. Just then the bell rang, and Moe thought they had better go.
Moe: Go on, go on.
Ringo Starr: He called to Ned.
Ned Flanders: Don’t push, don’t push.
Ringo Starr: Replied Ned. The carts were grumbling too.
Carts: Don’t go so fast, don’t go so fast.
Ringo Starr: But Moe wouldn’t listen. When at last they stopped at the next classroom, two carts were beyond the room. They had to go back to let the supplies off. But no one seemed to know about Stan’s blue hat, so Moe felt happier. Presently, they came to a room where Homer was waiting with his two sister-in-laws.
Homer: Hello, Moe.
Ringo Starr: Said Homer.
Homer: Feeling better, that’s right. Oh! That’s my bell. I must go. I don’t know what Stan Marsh would do without me to work for the Nuclear Power Plant.
Ringo Starr: And he left importantly. Ned and Moe went to the field where Moe had had his accident. The fence was mended and the cows were back again. They ended their journey and rested before setting off for home. Moe was still wondering what Stan would say about his new hat. Next morning, he spoke severely to Moe.
Stan Marsh: If you can’t behave, I shall take away your Purple Shirt and have you wear Red.
Ringo Starr: Moe didn’t like that at all. He was very rough with the grumbling carts as he ran into the school.
Moe: Don’t talk! Come on!
Ringo Starr: He called to them.
Moe: Principal Skinner never has to fetch his own carts…
Ringo Starr: He thought to himself.
Moe: And he only wears blue.
Ringo Starr: To make Moe even more cross, this time no one came near him.
Moe: I’ll show them.
Ringo Starr: He thought.
Moe: They think Principal Skinner’s the only one who can pull carts. Hurry, hurry, hurry.
Ringo Starr: Said Moe
Carts: You’re going too fast, you’re going too fast.
Ringo Starr: Grumbled the carts. Moe laughed and tried to go faster, but the carts wouldn’t let him.
Carts: We’re going to stop.
Ringo Starr: They said.
Moe: What’s the matter?
Ringo Starr: Moe asked Antoine the Coyote.
Antoine: You’ve banged two carts enough to make a leak in anything.
Wario: How shall we mend it?
Ringo Starr: Asked Wario the Plumber.
Antoine: We’ll do it with newspaper and a leather bootlace.
Ringo Starr: Replied Antoine.
Wario: Well, where is the bootlace coming from?
Ringo Starr: Asked Wario.
Antoine: Ask the passengers.
Ringo Starr: Said Antoine.
Wario: You have a leather bootlace, there I see, sir.
Ringo Starr: Said Wario to a smartly dressed man.
Wario: Please give it to me.
Randy Marsh: I won’t.
Ringo Starr: Said the man.
Ringo Starr: Said Wario.
Wario: I’m afraid that we’ll just stop where we are.
Ringo Starr: Everyone said what a bad school it was. Then they told the man how bad he was instead. Everyone was very cross. At last, he handed his laces over. Antoine tied a pad of newspaper tightly around the hole between the two carts, and Moe was able to pull the carts. But he was a sadder and wiser Moe, and took care never to bump cars again.