Dennis is consigned to a day of hard labour stacking logs as punishment for playing a prank on the Colonel during the holidays.
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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 fun for all and all for fun
# Nothing's gonna bring us down today
# Open up your eyes
# The world outside is waiting. #
Last day of the summer holidays.
This is going to be the best day ever.
What are we going to do, Dennis?
A - break the world decibel record with The Din Makers.
B - put bubble bath in the swimming pool.
Or C - water-bomb Walter with sticky blackcurrant squash.
And now my magnum opus is finished - What I Did In My Summer Holidays!
I devoted my entire summer to writing this essay.
-Option D. I mean, what you said...
School homework. Nah!
Summer holidays are for fun.
Not you as well?
Sorry, Dennis, I've written an online blog about my holiday.
I've got over 100 hits on my site.
Pfff, if I write down everything I'VE done this summer
it'll be a signed confession of all my pranks.
Well, you are the Prank Master General, Dennis.
Yeah, you're Lord Pranky.
Dennis, come down now. >
It's time to do your repair job on the Colonel's fence. >
Curly, Pie-Face, home. >
Oh, Bea, will you just...
But it's my last day of freedom.
So, it's your last chance to put things right. I'm off fishing.
I can't help the Colonel, I've got homework.
Well, you better get moving, then.
I can't stop. Bea's starting nursery today.
-Oh, how many is that now?
-That would be number 12.
Bea, it's the last one on the list. It's this nursery or none at all.
But I just want one more day of fun!
Then, you'll just have to make it fun.
Brilliant idea, Mum! Ha-ha-ha-ha!
-Dennis reporting for duty.
-Hmmm, hip-ho, hip-ho, hip.
-Ready to take your punishment, Cadet?
-If I must.
That's the spirit. Face the firing squad with a smile.
LORRY BEEPS Ah, here we are.
-New fence, double strength this time,
and I want them all moved over there.
Every last post, and I don't mean played on the bugle, ha-ha-ha!
It's a little military joke.
No? Never mind.
HE IMITATES BUGLE
A-hem, my bugling isn't what it used to be.
-Yes, mate, it's a lovely big pile of sticks.
Ah, oh, extremely heavy sticks, oh.
Tank enthusiast, Jane from Tipington...
Gnasher, how many of these do you reckon you could gnash?
Now remember, be good!
It'll be fine, please don't worry about Bea.
It's not Bea I'm worried about.
Can't take the pace, eh?
You'll think twice before you drive a tank into enemy territory again.
-Good job, Gnasher. Now, what about the rest of them?
COLONEL TALKS IN HIS SLEEP: Ammunition...
Can't leave stuff on the pavement.
It's a public health...thingy.
Keep it moving, now.
Nice, neat pile.
What in the...?
You underestimate your adversary, young fellow, me lad.
I've got my eye on you
and I'm awarding myself a medal for foiling petty treason, ha-ha!
Ooh, time for elevenses, I think. Continue posthaste, ha-ha-ha!
Huh, no sense of humour - the young.
-Gnash-gnash-gnash. Woof, woof!
THEY ALL BARK
Right, team, ready to pull? And...
# Na-na-na-na-meow! #
Sergeant Tinkle, man down! Man down...
No. Oh, no, no...
Stop this at...
I baked these cakes for my school homework essay -
-My Summer Of Good Deeds.
-What a thoughtful gesture.
Ooooh, pink sprinkles.
I've been inspired by your military heroism to help others.
Pah, help yourself, more like.
Oh, thank you, Dennis. I will.
Hard work makes you hungry, eh, Dennis?
Angel Face, how about YOU do some hard work and help me with these?
Oh, well, I'd love to, Dennis,
but that wouldn't be helping you learn from your mistakes, would it?
Ah, you're a credit to the community.
Oh, I've had enough of this. It's time for plan D and G.
Where is G anyway?
Oh, oh, oh!
Behold the mega roller-poster. One more trip and I'm free.
Ah, oof! What?!
-Oh, no. Fetch, Gnasher.
I would like to thank my literary assistants - Bertie and Dudley.
Don't worry, Walter. I haven't done mine either.
-Mum! Here, Mum, catch.
How did...? Oh!
-Ha-ha! What a whopper.
Wow! Well, Mum did say make it fun. Ha-ha!
-Oh, happiness is a striped duvet.
I devoted the first week to selecting the best pencil,
for as Shakespeare himself might have put it,
when selecting his quill,
"2B or not 2B..." Ha-ha-ha.
Oh, QUILL me now.
You all right, Dennis?
Sit down, Walter...
You can treat us to part 27 of your essay this afternoon.
Well, Dennis, where is your homework?
Where is your homework?
Oh, my homework! It's out there.
Excellent summer project, Dennis. Top of the class!
A-ha, those are my missing timbers.
Colonel, thank you so much for your donation.
Eh? "Donated by the Colonel!" But this is an outrage!
An outrage that we haven't celebrated our local hero sooner.
Angel Face spoke about you so movingly in her
What I Did This Summer essay.
Is there no end to this girl's kindness?
No, no end.
In fact, she's helping me fix your fence later, aren't you, Angel Face?
Of course I am, Dennis.
Well in that case... Attention!
Time to take up my post at that fort, ha-ha!
Post, you see? Post...
Oh, forget it.
-Prepare to storm the battlements.
-Best first day of school ever!
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 is consigned to a day of hard labour stacking logs as punishment for playing a prank on the Colonel during the holidays. He soon shows his fortitude and finds a way to menace up the chore into something more fun for himself and all his classmates... much to the Colonel's misery!