When Mr. Baldwin takes his students to the supermarket, their obsession with getting hamburgers soon pushes him over the limit. Now, The Winnies must find a way to stop him from being a rampaging beast before it’s too late.
[Mr. Baldwin, Oscar, Milo, Bea, Winnie and her Winnie-like clones are at the mall. The students keep pestering Mr. Baldwin, who's pushing a trolley full of groceries]
Bea: Mr. Baldwin! Instead of milk, can we have hamburgers at the Burger Bunny?
Mr. Baldwin: No!
Oscar: Instead of eggs, can i have a new tie please?
Mr. Baldwin: No!
Milo: Instead of bread, can we have cheeseburgers at the Burger Bunny?
Mr. Baldwin: No! [sighs] Winnie, can I get a little help, please?
Winnie Grouper: Sure. [walks to Bea] Here kids, [gets a chocolate bar] stop bothering him and buy some hamburgers. Here's 20 bucks. [Mr. Baldwin groans and swiftly grabs the hamburger can off of Winnie's hand]
Milo: What the... Well what's the point in dragging us here if we're not getting some kind of treat?
Mr. Baldwin: Because we're buying stuff at the mall and that should be rewarding enough. [Milo starts to whimper]
Mr. Baldwin: Don't you dare.
Milo: [screams and cries while lying down and bangs on the floor] I want that chocolate! [Mr. Baldwin sighs, Oscar and Bea does the action as Milo, and Richard screams. The Purple Moose gets disturbed when seeing them complaining as Mr. Baldwin was smiling.]
Mr. Baldwin: [grabs two cans of hot dogs and speaks in a high-pitched voice while staring at the one on her right hand] Oh Mr. Baldwinmy, I want some hamburgers. [stares at the one on her left hand in a normal pitched voice] I'm sorry, little sausage, but we're buying stuff at the mall after school. [closes her eyes in a high pitched voice] WAH WAH WAH, BLAH, BLAH, BLAH! [destroys the can on her right hand and speaks in a normal pitched voice] Now all the little sausages are punished, you're gonna stay in detention after school. [Oscar, Milo and Bea in detention furiously]
Oscar: This is the face he's gonna get when she comes back.
Milo: Eh, pretty good, but this is how you do a sulky face. It's all in the detail.
Oscar: Eh, it would be better if it throbbed.
Milo: Not this time.
Bea: I can't believe we've wasted a day at the mall without getting anything. Oscar: You know what we should do? We should make full-sized paper models of ourselves, set the car on fire, and push it off a cliff to teach Mr. Baldwin a lesson.
Milo: Uh, I think I have a better, less horrific idea.