Narrator: One of the many joys shared by the Mr. Men and Little Misses is that of dining out. Whether it's a simple sandwich at a casual lunch spot, or a lovely dinner at a fancy restaurant. The good people of Dillydale take great pleasure of dining out.
Narrator: Who doesn't enjoy trying out a new restaurant with friends.
Rosita: Thanks for inviting me to this fancy restaurant, Mr. Fussy.
Kako: You're very welcome, Miss Scary. I've wanted to try this restaurant for some time. I hear, it's quite excellent.
Rosita: Excellent? But there's not one scary thing about it.
Kako: Precisely. And I'm glad that it stays that way.
Maisy: Welcome to the Dillydale Cafe. I'm Miss Magic and I'll be your waitress.
Bunga: Miss Magic, don't you know it's improper to startle your guests.
Maisy: Oh, sorry, Mr. Fussy. I didn't mean to scare you.
Rosita: You don't heare me complaining.
Maisy: Oh, may I bring you something to drink?
Bunga: Yes, a fizzy pop would be lovely.
Rosita: Make that two fizzy pops.
Maisy: Coming right up. Bizzledy dee and bizzledy bop. Bring in two glasses of fizzy pop.
Bunga: (coughs and sputters)
Rosita: I love it!
Bunga: When I ask for a glass of fizzy pop. I didn't expect a shower of fruit.
Maisy: Oh, my apologies, Mr. Fussy. Perhaps I'll give you something to dry you off.
Bunga: That would be much appreciated.
Maisy: Bibbledy boop and bibbledy bout. Give Mr. Fussy a towel to dry out.
Rosita: (snorts and laughs)
Maisy: Isn't it amazing?
Bunga: This is anything but amazing!
Bunga: This is the most exhilarating restaurant experience of my life. Now if you don't mind, Miss Magic. We are waiting for you to serve dinner.
Maisy: Absolutely. The special for today is crab soufflé.
Bunga: That's an excellent choice.
Rosita: Is crab the scariest thing you serve?