After a pogo-stick palaver in gym class, Mrs Creecher decides Beanotown is not big enough for her and Dennis and calls it a day.
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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
# Fun for all and all for fun!
# Nothing's going to bring us down today
# Open up your eyes The world outside is waiting. #
Come on, class, put some spring in your step!
Did someone say spring?
I'm going up in the world.
It's OK. It's just PE. You can handle this.
Man down! Substitute!
It's fine. Everything's fine.
I've had ENOUGH!
-What's going on?
-I'm going on!
On holiday right now! Class dismissed!
School as normal tomorrow, all of you.
Oof! That's if I can find someone prepared to take you all.
Just the essentials. Emergency marking pen, lucky board rubber. Ah!
"The Beano Town Rest Home for Overstressed Teachers.
"The perfect place to get back
"to your rule-making, homework-setting best.
"No children allowed."
We need someone to look after the class and cope with Dennis.
-You just need to know his little tricks.
Which gave me an idea. Listen.
No pets! You know the rules!
Bet our new teacher won't.
Settle down and say hello to your new teacher.
Hello, everyone, I'm Mrs...
Oh, just call me Mum, like Dennis does.
Unless he's had a nightmare, and then it's Mummykins. Aw!
That was when I was three!
Oh, this is bad, Dennis. What are you going to do?
Well, a teacher's a teacher. She might be my mum,
but she'll still have to deal with the new teacher welcome pack.
Oh! Look out, Miss...I mean, Mum! There's a...
Don't worry, Walter, I've dealt with Dennis all me life.
Curly, you're up.
-Flowers, Miss Mum?
See, I know all their tricks.
Oh! Pie-Face, get me some pencils, please.
Okey-doke, Miss Mum.
Oh! Who put that there?
Oh. Oh, yeah, I did. Oh! Itchy!
At least let Gnasher stay. He can't be home alone.
Oh, what a good idea. We need a class pet.
Right, gang, this means war!
Right, safety goggles on, everyone.
Now, knowing Dennis, he's probably put ink on my goggle rims,
which is why I've swapped his for mine.
Oh! Where's Creecher when you need her?
This is the life!
Ah! Good to see you settling in.
I'm Mr Cheddar, former headmaster and now rest home manager.
Oh, it feels just like being at school.
The perfect school.
One without any children.
"One times two is two, two times two is four.
"Three times two is six, four times two is eight."
All right, class, go and find some creepy-crawlies.
If she wants creepy-crawlies, let's see how she likes this!
Nice try, but you'll never get one over on Mum.
She's not human!
She's like an anti-prank machine!
And write, two, three, four, wipe, two, three, four.
Oh! It's nice not having to worry
about turning my back on Dennis.
Argh! Dennis! Where?!
No! Where? Oh!
Fingers on lips!
We don't say the D word here.
Half my guests are here because of...
It's OK, everyone, another hour of whiteboard yoga
should calm us all down.
You're right. Let's make it two!
And write, two, three, four.
Goodbye, Miss Mum. Can I say, it's been a pleasure.
A real education.
And you smell so nice, too.
I can't take another day of this!
Can you take another day of this?
In fact, have you ever thought about doing this full time?
-We'll never menace again!
-We have to get Creecher back!
Where from? We don't know where she is!
Gnasher, find her scent!
A home for overstressed teachers.
It says no children allowed.
Not a problem, Curly. Time for plan D and G.
We look ridiculous!
Exactly. Just like real teachers.
He's my teacher's pet, of course.
So, we just stand here for 90 minutes?
Of course not! That would be silly!
-At half-time, we change ends.
New arrivals. I should go and greet them. Carry on without me.
Carry on what? What's the point without any children?
Hang on. There's something very familiar about those teachers.
Is this the rest home for overstressed teachers?
He's so stressed, he sneezed his moustache off.
Oh, happens all the time. Come on in.
Take a seat in the staffroom.
Oh! This is a funny-looking staffroom.
Looks more like a confiscation cupboard.
That's because it is a confiscation cupboard and you've been confiscated!
Dopey disguises don't fool me.
I've seen every trick in the book, twice!
Now, sit nice and quietly while I call your parents.
Oh, we'll never get Creecher back!
My mum's going to teach us for ever!
There we are.
Oh, you're looking grumpy, Denny-Wenny.
Do you need Mummykins to burp you?
A-ha! I knew it!
Just what we need(!) How many lines do we get for this, then, Miss?
None! I'm breaking you out and I'm breaking out with you.
-A school without kids isn't perfect, it's boring!
At least you lot keep me on me toes.
-Not so fast!
No-one's ever walked out on me.
You need another three months' detention!
I mean, rest.
We'll see about that!
Desperate times call for desperate measures.
Boys, let's take 'em down.
Calm down! I can handle Dennis!
Stop it! All of you!
Fingers on lips!
I'm in charge here! I'm not afraid of you!
There's only one boy ever got the better of me, and he...
Hello, Mr Cheddar. I'm here to pick up Dennis.
..is right here. Argh!
Great to see you, sir. It's been years.
Wow! That's my patented two-man pie pump.
The one you confiscated 20 years ago. I wonder if it still works.
It does still work. Fingers on...!
Oops! May have got a bit carried away.
All of you, dismissed!
You heard him. Gangway!
Shame to leave this.
Now Creecher's back, Mum's off our case. Result!
So let's give Creecher a proper welcome back.
With your dad's two-man pie pump!
Correction! With my three-man-and-one-dog pie pump.
Genius wears a striped jumper.
but I'm confiscating that contraption for another 20 years.
Oh! It's good to be back.
It's good to have you back, Miss!
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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. After a pogo-stick palaver in gym class, Mrs Creecher decides Beanotown is not big enough for her and Dennis and calls it a day. Surely a result for Dennis and his trusty pals - substitute teachers are always a pushover! Little does he know Mr De Testa has lined up the one person who Dennis can't outsmart - his very own mum! How can he possibly convince Mrs Creecher to come back? And will he ever live this down?