Angel Face convinces headmaster De Testa, who happens to be her dad, to cancel the end-of-term trip to the adventure playground and replace it with a school prom.
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No, don't crash into me! I spent ages getting these papers into order.
Dennis! Dennis! Dennis!
Hey, Mrs Creecher.
Ya! Got the text, what's the emergency?
Dennis, the worst thing ever...
Actually, it's the worst thing ever, ever.
In fact, the worst thing, ever, ever, ever!
Basically, it's pretty bad.
Worst thing ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ev...
Hang on, what's the word I'm looking for?
They've cancelled the end-of-term trip to the Adventure Playground.
-And even worse - look what they've replaced it with!
That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard.
Who would swap the Adventure Playground trip for a prom?
They must be the most vile, evil,
twisted person in the whole universe!
Looking forward to my prom?
Your prom? Your prom?!
Oh, you can thank me later.
I told Daddy it was time we got rid of the boring old trip
to the Adventure Playground.
I mean, it's so immature.
Proms are for secondary school kids.
We don't want a prom.
Everyone wants a trip to the Adventure Playground.
Yeah, they have balloons there.
And ropes to swing on.
They even have an ice rink now.
We want Adventure Playground!
PUPILS SHOUTING IN PROTEST
Well, those are all very good points,
but what you're forgetting is...
Pie-Face, the emergency custard pie, if you would be so kind.
SHE MUMBLES TO HERSELF
Oh, look, a coin!
Nah, it's only a penny.
Glad it wasn't me for once.
In your face!
Dennis, I am getting... Ah!
Oh, no, Dennis!
Angel Face is going to... Whoa!
What does that mean?
It means we better put the brakes on her before she crashes!
Oh! SHE GROWLS
Well, she's stopped making noises, so she must be OK.
Whoo! Maybe I won't get into trouble for this.
Or maybe I will.
But the skateboard was an accident!
I don't care if it was an accident!
-Oh, yes, sweetie?
-Detention seems a bit harsh on poor Dennis.
-Oh, thanks, Angel Face.
Maybe he could make it up to me by... Oh, I don't know,
-helping me with the school prom.
No! No, I'll take detention.
Double detention! Triple detention!
Wonderful idea, Angel Face.
So, what does every super-classy school prom need?
Snot-filled water pistols.
Something ten times as exciting.
Paper chains. Lots and lots of them.
And there's the paper for you to make them with.
Oh, and a few balloons need blowing up.
Get to work on those!
I have a massive cake that needs icing.
Poor Dennis, having to work for Angel Face all day.
Must be awful for him.
Best school day ever!
No school work!
Just a whole day cutting stupid strips of paper
and blowing up balloons.
And it's going to keep being like this until the prom's over.
This is going to be awesome!
-What are you lot talking about?
Dennis reckons it's going to be awesome.
Oh, that's a relief.
If this prom goes well, we'll have one every end of term
and not bother with the Adventure Playground ever again.
-Can't stay and chat,
I have a feeling that if I don't get these papers into my car quickly,
then something will happen to them...
Dennis, you have to make sure that this prom doesn't work out.
Or we might lose the Adventure Playground trips for ever!
Don't worry, Curly, tomorrow there's going to be gold standard Menacing.
All right, Dennis, let's see what...
Right, Dennis, clearly you're not taking this seriously, so.
If the students don't have a great time at the prom,
you'll get nothing but Brenda's sprout, peanut butter
and marzipan stew for lunch for the rest of the year!
Keep waxing, Dennis.
I want that floor shinier than Mayor Scrimp's wigless head.
Now, where oh where should I place this
oh-so-wonderfully iced cake of mine?
Think the best place for it would be, er...my mouth.
Oh, please, it's not for you, Dennis. In fact it's not for anyone.
I spent far too long making it for anyone to eat it.
Looks good there, doesn't it?
Do you want Brenda's stew for a year?
Curly, I think Dennis is broken.
Whoa! Oh, thanks, Gnasher.
Angel Face was working me like crazy.
She's gone too far, Dennis.
She can't get away with doing all this.
We have to make this prom a disaster.
If this prom isn't brilliant, I'm getting sprout, peanut butter
and marzipan stew everyday for a year.
But if it is brilliant,
no more trips to the Adventure Playground.
Oh, what are we going to do?
Right, we only have two hours before the prom starts.
You need to get the balloons and paper chains up now!
I thought I told you to...!
It's rolling away! Help me, Dennis!
It's all clear!
Bring in the new decorations.
Right, let's get them up quick!
Thanks for the help, Dennis.
-You put the decorations up.
Well, Dennis, I suppose a thank-you is in order.
Well, come on then, thank me.
All right. How about a pat on the back?
Oh, by the way, I gave the floor a really good waxing.
Oh! Ah! No! Ah!
Oops, suppose I better clean this up...
with water balloons!
No, children, stop!
Mrs Creecher, you're stressed.
You should put your feet up.
Remember what I told you?
I do. And I did exactly what you asked.
-I've made the prom great.
See? They've got balloons, they've got ropes to swing on.
They've even got an ice rink.
They didn't want a prom,
they wanted the Adventure Playground and I've given it to them.
Look at them, they're happy.
You're right, Dennis.
Next end of term we're back at the Adventure Playground.
Ha, in your face, literally.
-It's a grammatical joke.
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
Angel Face convinces Headmaster De Testa, who happens to be her dad, to cancel the end-of-term trip to the adventure playground and replace it with a school prom! Horrified, Dennis plays a prank on her to show his distaste. But after it backfires, he's roped into helping organise the prom as a punishment. He's faced with a pranking predicament - if the prom goes well it will permanently replace the adventure playground trip, but if it's a disaster he'll get the worst school dinners available for the whole year... what's a menace to do?