Dennis and co race against time to escape detention, in order to witness the unveiling of Mayor Scrimp's proud new statue.
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Ready, Gnasher? Let's go!
# Playing by the rules
# Is highly overrated
# Unstoppable, unstoppable, yeah!
# They can't hold us back
# We'll make the most of every second
# Unstoppable, unstoppable, yeah!
# After all is said and done
# Shout, "One for all and all for fun!"
# Nothing's gonna bring us down today
# Open up your eyes The world outside is waiting. #
Ah, break time. Oh, phwoar!
Oh, it wasn't me.
Sorry, but we just can't do this detention.
Places to go, people to menace.
Well, you should have thought of that earlier, shouldn't you, Dennis?
P-l-e-a-s-e, Mrs Creecher, it'll clear in a few hours.
I promise I'll make it up to you.
You'll make it up to me by writing a thousand times,
"I will not make stink bombs ever again."
Oh, this is bad. Really bad.
Oh, what's wrong, Dennis? We've done loads of detentions.
Yeah, and it's not that long a sentence.
Yeah, but Mayor Scrimp's unveiling his new statue at five o'clock.
Time for some menacing genius.
I have to be there.
3.30! Better get a code one menace alert to Gnasher to help spring us.
BOTH: A code one?!
Trust me, it'll be worth it.
OK. Time for plan B.
What about the torturing teacher over there?
This calls for a 40 wink, blink, think,
to get us out of the clink, and I know just the think.
I mean thing.
And the key for the ref is to make sure the last defender is in line.
-He-he, offside rule nap attack. Works every time.
Now, let's bust out of here, find Gnasher and leg it to the park.
Hmmm. Another faulty ball. I must have a word with the manufacturers.
OK, plan C.
A-ha! The confiscation cupboard.
Should be one or two useful things of mine in there.
Phew, that was close.
Now, who's good at tying knots?
No, no, no, Dudley. You've got it all wrong.
-It was Mahler's Seventh Symphony that was in E minor.
Well, well, well. I wonder what the headmaster would say if he saw this.
Let's find out, shall we?
Brill plan, Dennis. Just enough time to get a quick bit of pie.
-No can do. We've got to get to the park before five.
Sir, this is just the kind of irresponsible behaviour
-I've come to expect from these rapscallions.
You snitch, Walter!
What he means is,
we were just checking out the emergency escape routes are working.
You know, in case of an emergency.
Yep, no, that all seems to be fine.
-Oh, please! You're not going to fall for that, are you, Headmaster?
-Oh, no. Of course not. I wasn't born yesterday.
-Oh, course you weren't.
You're much, much, much older than that.
It's better if I keep an eye on them from now on.
-I already know the offside rule.
-Are you sure, Headmaster?
Yes, yes, don't worry. I've recruited a little extra help.
Jump to it, men.
I want those prisoners contained, whatever it takes.
He's been listening to too many of the Colonel's war stories.
Walter's not the only one we have to get past.
Headmaster? Have you met Paul, the potato?
Paul thinks you are feeling very sleepy.
Oh, I see what you're doing. Well, you won't catch me. I'm...
Well done, Pie-Face. You too, Paul.
Right, you thinking what I'm thinking?
Oh, definitely! Brilliant, Dennis! Genius, yeah!
No, sorry, no idea.
It's finally time for plan D. Cover me, men. I'm going in.
They're coming! Stand by to repel!
BOTH: Sir, yes, sir!
Call that a water pistol? This is a water pistol.
OK, so, they have the doors and the windows covered.
But we haven't tried going down.
No-one under here, just mice. Erm, squeak.
Oh, how much further? I'm starving.
By my calculations, we should be underneath
the perimeter fence round about...
-Well, that's no good, Curly.
Got to be there by five o'clock or we'll miss everything.
WHIRRING AND DRILLING
What's that noise?
-Nope. I'd know that sound anywhere.
Brilliant, Gnasher! I knew you'd get here. Eventually.
Gnasher got in. We can go out the same way!
And that's plan D and G! We'll get to the park
if we double-quick crawl.
Lead the way, Pie-Face!
Oh, sorry, Dennis.
Must have been the pies at lunch.
-We'll have to make the tunnel a lot bigger.
-Gnasher will sort it out.
Gnash-gnash! Gnash! Gnash!
WHIRRING AND DRILLING
Fantastic! We'll be in the park in time.
Keep it up, men. Those prisoners are slippery. Could pop up anywhere.
-Free at last!
-Not on my watch.
Like I said, I'm not the kind of fool to let myself be hypnotised.
Ah, sorry, Dennis. It's half past four. I think it's game over.
We're Team Menace. We never give up.
Left, right, three, four...
-IN WOMAN'S VOICE:
-Good night, young man.
All right, remember our guard's motto. Be prepared for anything.
Those prisoners could make a break for it at any moment.
What are you still doing here, boys? Detention finished half an hour ago.
-Do tell Walter he can go.
Poor boy will be guarding you all night otherwise.
-What about Walter?
-Oh, we'll let him know eventually. Ha-ha, come on!
And it gives me great pleasure to unveil...
I don't know much about art, Gnasher, but I know what I like.
O-o-only a few more hours to go.
-Time to go to plan L.
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Dennis and his faithful hound Gnasher are out to make every day as much fun as possible, but their adventures often lead them into trouble. Dennis and co race against time (and specially appointed playground patrol guards Walter and co) to escape detention, in order to witness the unveiling of Mayor Scrimp's proud new statue... to which Dennis and Gnasher have made some, ahem, modifications. Will Gnasher be able to lead the gang to freedom or will they all be stuck in the dog house until it's too late?