After one of Dennis's pranks lands Walter in detention, Walter's parents invite Dennis and his parents over for dinner to trick the menace into confessing.
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# 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. #
Try my chilli, miss.
The secret's my extra hot peppers.
Stand back, spoon-lickers.
-I need all this for my pasta salad a la Walter.
Oh, you nearly peeled him!
Presentation's the key to...
What do you think you're doing?!
Would you believe, making a tossed salad?
You are both banned from food tech
-and I am sending letters to your parents.
-A letter to my parents?!
It's an outrage! I'll go to the headmaster. To the school board.
To the Prime Minister!
You'll go to detention if you don't stop making a fuss.
-Mum! Letter for you from school!
-Oh, put it with the others.
-What's that, Walter? Did you win another prize.
This letter marks the darkest hour in my thus far
illustrious school career.
Walter has been banned from food tech due to his misbehaviour.
I'll go to Mr Detester, to the school board. To the Prime Minister!
That's what I said. But I was threatened with detention.
Even though it was all Dennis's fault.
Then let's invite Dennis and his parents for dinner
-so we can talk about this.
Bring a Menace into our domestic paradise?
And while they're here we can make Dennis admit that he's guilty
and that Walter is innocent.
Dinner at Walter's house? But it'll be boring! And no fun.
-And did I mention boring?
-Just get ready while I deal with your father.
Dinner at Walter's house? But it'll be boring!
Whoopee cushion, pea-shooter, itching powder, dribble glass,
-Maybe this will be fun after all?
Oh, isn't that sweet?
Nice to see them playing together and getting on.
Which brings us to why we asked you here tonight.
We wanted to clear the air after that spot of trouble in food tech.
Oh, well, you know what boys are like.
I know what Dennis is like, but Walter would never cause trouble.
I mean, look at all his awards.
And this one's for his grade-five performance
on the Fijian nose flute.
Dennis has certificates too. Well, letters from the police anyway.
Dribble glass is go!
Well, Walter never causes trouble.
That doesn't mean Dennis made the mess in food tech.
Oh, honestly, Dennis. It's a good job I brought one of Bea's bottles.
-Cool. You got any games?
-I don't have games.
I only use the computer for homework.
Time for some extra hard sums, I think.
Time for some good old itching powder, I think.
Oh, ah, ouch, oof.
We just want Dennis to admit it was his fault.
I've drafted a confession for... I mean a statement for him to sign.
-We're not signing anything.
-Ah-ha! I see where he gets it from.
No discipline. That's why your boy's a menace.
Well, your boy has no fun. That's why he's a tell-tale.
Look at all the pranks Dennis was planning.
Dennis is clearly the trouble maker. Now, about that confession.
No, I'll prove Dennis can behave. But do you have the guts to misbehave?
-Why would he want to do that?
-Dennis will behave during dinner.
There's an afternoon at Beanotown Fair in it for you.
-But I dare you to pull a prank and not get caught.
Don't be absurd, I'm not doing that.
I'll do it too and loser takes the blame for what happened in food tech.
Unless you're chicken?
HE CLUCKS LIKE A CHICKEN
Here we go.
OK. You're on.
All you have to do is put a pair of sunglasses
on one of the Colonel's garden gnomes.
-I'll go first.
-I don't get it, what's the point?
If you have to ask, you'll never understand.
Loose flagstone three steps from the door,
quickest escape is over the hedge, watch out for the garden hose.
THEY BOTH CHEER
-What the blazes are you doing, man?
-Erm, good evening, the Colonel.
I was just admiring your roses.
Ha-ha-ha, you should have seen it.
-He got caught, we win.
-No, that was only half the bet.
Dennis still has to behave all the way through dinner.
We're about to eat, so the boys should wash their hands.
-But I don't want to wash my...
-Remember, Beanotown Fair.
I'll wash my hands.
My green soap. They're trying to frame me!
Look, look! Trick soap. Dennis is pulling a prank, you lose.
No, no, that's not a prank, that's a special seaweed skincare soap.
Quite an improvement.
My pea-shooter, my whoopee cushion,
my itching powder!
Remember, no tricks, pranks or menacing of any kind.
-Enjoy the food, it's organic.
Well, this is nice. And maybe I was wrong, Dennis is behaving.
Yes, you should all come over again next week and the week after that.
And after that and after that and after that...
Aghh! I can't take it any more!
Oof, ah, oh, ouch.
And for my grand finale...
Ha-ha, you lose.
He used the pea-shooter, the itching powder and the whoopee cushion.
That wasn't the whoopee cushion, it was organic.
All in all, not a bad evening.
Although I reckon I'm still in big trouble about food tech
and I'm in big trouble at home.
-You can forget about an afternoon at Beanotown Fair.
-We're taking you there for the whole day!
Oh, I couldn't stand another minute of Walter
and his family showing off.
And if it wasn't for your menacing, we'd still be over there.
Well, Mum. Genius wears a striped jumper.
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After one of Dennis's pranks lands Walter in detention, Walter's parents invite Dennis and his parents over for dinner to trick the menace into confessing. When things don't go according to plan, a challenge is issued by Dennis's dad - Dennis will behave for a whole evening if Walter's dad will dare to misbehave. Will the promise of an afternoon at the Beanotown fair be enough to tempt Dennis to behave himself, or will the urge to menace become too great?