Extinct (2021) - full transcript

When two Flummels (an adorable species of fluffy animals with holes in their center) are magically transported to the present day, they learn that their species are now extinct and forgotten. They must now travel back in time to try to save their race from disappearing forever.

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Meh!

The day, August 17th.

The year, 1835.

The man, me. Ha!

Charles Darwin.
This morning, we set sail

for our next grand adventure,
the Galapagos.

And whatever extraordinary
creatures await me on these islands.

Huh? There's one now.
A blue-footed booby.

Ah-ha! Blue...

Booby.

Booby.



Booby.

- Ah!
- Booby.

Ooh, er, Ed. This is embarrassing
but you have a little...

Um... Yeah, right there. You got it.

Op, I know. Give me a hand.

Booby.

- He's fine.
- OK, come on, brother.

The other flummels
are waiting for us.

So, we're late. What's the
worst thing that could happen?

Oh!

Got it!

Got it!

Listen up, flummels. The countdown
to the flower festival has begun.

So it's officially crunch time.



Ah! Hey, Mali. Here we are
almost right on time.

Now, I know we don't
have a lot of flowers but...

But the ones we've got
are different, dynamic and...

Weird. The flowers, you,
your brother, all weird.

That's why no-one wants you around.

Weird, weird, weird.
All of it weird.

Well, Ed, we gave it a shot.
I thought they were nice.

It's fine.
I don't care what Mali thinks.

What are you talking about?
You care what everybody thinks.

Not right now because
I've got a big surprise for you.

Ooh! A hat thing.

It's not a hat thing.

It's an official headdress
for my new job.

When we all march up the mountain
for the flower festival,

I'll be in one of
the most important spots.

The very back because
I've been chosen to be

the friend at the end.

- But the back end.
- It's a start.

Mo, it's the opposite,
it's the finish.

- Still, it's an honour.
- How were you selected? - Randomly.

Well, I'm happy for you. You know
what would make it even better?

Op, I love you but this is my final
chance to make a good impression

with the rest of the flummels.
And don't take this the wrong way,

but please just try
not to ruin this for me.

- What's that supposed to mean?
- Well, whenever you help, things tend to...

- unravel. - Me?
- You. - Never.

- Always.
- Just give me one example.

Waterfall fail.
Mango avalanche. Rock in the hole.

The great fire. The greater fire.

Mud for dinner. Tree skis.
The burp-ening. Fish for hands.

The rain thing. Bee tornado. Bee
tornado two, the tropical swarm.

And, of course, Coconut Charlie
and the Jackfruit Jam Band.

- So we've had our ups and downs.
- Mainly downs.

But think of those
sweet, sweet occasional ups.

And besides, you need
to stop living in the past...

..and look to the future.

Hi, er, Op.

I just wanted to say,
I like that spinning you do.

Oh, thanks. I call it the Op Hop.
I can teach you if you want.

- You could?
- Sure. Just do what I do.

Huh!

- Oh!
- Bo, what have I told you about wandering off?

- Not to.
- Right.

Especially in this direction.

- Hm!
- Hm!

Are you working out?

- Did you change your fur?
- I combed it.

Holes front, everybody.

Get ready to give your
undivided attention

to the roundest guy around,
the king ring of our hoop troop,

J-J-J-Jepson.

Hey, thank you, Mali.
Thanks a bunch. Great stuff.

Hey, everybody. All right,
a little story just before we begin.

Last night, I was doing some
thinking, I was doing some math

and I realised, hey, hey,
this is the 100th flower festival.

Such a round number. Get it?

That guy gets it. I like that guy.

So, anywho, I decided
our theme this year,

just like very other year,
is flowers.

Bloom!

Ugh! Huh!

- All right, cheer time is over.
- All right!

And, as always,
I and the Grand Flower Flummel

will lead us right to the top
of the mountain to celebrate.

And we'll all be there.
Old flummels and young flummels,

big flummels and small flummels,

flummels who love the beach
but especially he part

where the sand
is a little firmer... Ugh!

Oh! I told you that
branch wouldn't hold us.

I don't remember you saying that.

I thought it.

Don't tell me, the weirdos.

Great! We've been
demoted to crab poking.

Well, hey, at least you still have
your job as the buddy in the back.

Friend at the end.

And with that headdress, you're
gonna be asked for a lot of dances.

I couldn't. I get nervous
talking to girls that aren't you.

I can't even talk to Vinnie
since he grew his hair long.

Sup?

Hey, what's...?
Looking good, looking good.

Oh! Hey, look, it's Wally.

- Hey, Wally.
- Wally? Really? Now?

- Hey, Wally!
- We have crabs to poke.

Get over here, buddy. I wanna hear what's been happening.

Huh? Ho-ho! Hey, Op,
I'm coming, don't you worry.

We haven't talked since yesterday,
so there's a lot to catch up on.

Er, he's coming in pretty hot
towards the beach

- where all the flummels are working.
- Ah, you're right.

- Better shoo him off a bit.
- Let's be honest,

this all just is swimming.
You can't call it a school

and expect kids
to be excited about it.

- That's the same thing.
- No, that was waving, this is a shooing motion.

No, it isn't.
This is a shooing motion.

- More like this.
- That's what I'm doing. - And we're done.

Great work, everybody.

And some great modelling, Kim.

- Oi!
- Guess what. Mr Seahorse is having a baby.

- This is a shooing motion.
- That's what I'm doing. - No. That's waving.

Drinking seawater makes you go crazy

- but, really, what else am I supposed to drink?-Waving.
- No, shooing.

- That's so waving.
- That's shooing. - Waving. - Shoo...

- Uh-oh!-Uh-oh!
- I know blubber is just what it's called

but that doesn't
make it any less hurtful.

- Oh! Oh! Save the Grand Flower,
flummels!-

Random question.
Were you guys waving or shooing?

Hi. I can explain.

Oh, you two really did it this time.

You really did it.
Hey, where's your brother?

- Ah! Ah! Achoo!
- Whoa!

- Oh!
- Ugh!

I really hope
Jepson didn't see that.

Jepson!

You know, I'm patient.
Oh, yes, I am.

But sometimes a leader has to lead

and that is why, Op and Ed,

you are forbidden from
coming to the flower festival.

While we go up the mountain,
why don't you two take some time

and think about what
you did on Desolation Rock?

Oh, that's why it's called that.

Let's go, everybody.

And there goes
my last chance to belong.

Listen, Ed, I...

- I know this seems bad but we can...
- Don't bother.

It's fine. I'm not mad, I'm just...

used to it.

Booby!

Not now.

I've got an idea.

How do you talk me
into these things?

I finally understand
why this is called

the Forbidden-Don't-Go-Out-There-
It's-Way-Too-Dangerous Zone.

Look, we destroyed
all the flowers, right?

So we're gonna get more flowers
no-one's ever seen before.

And they'll have no choice
but to forgive us.

Now, come on, it's just
a little bit fur... Whoa!

Op! Oh, no!

I knew it. Now I'm scared,

stuck, alone and
a little overweight.

- What's wrong?
- Oh, you're alive! OK.

Ha! I was just making small talk.
Looks like rain. No, it doesn't.

- Look at this one. - Easy.
- Oh, and this one. - Easy does it.

- Whoa! I've never even seen this flower before.
- I've got this.

- Oh!
- That means I get to name it.

- No, I don't got this.
- Opodils. No, that's stupid.

- Operaniums. - Huh!
- Magnoliops. - These are really nice.

You know what?
This may actually work.

For sure, this is
totally going to... Whoa!

Don't even think about it.

- Just a little more, Ed.
- There is no more.

OK, OK. Forget it.
I think I can reach it.

This is my life.

What is that?

What is that?

Are you seeing what I'm seeing?

Yes, and it's amazing.

It is amazing.
What do you think it is?

No idea. I've never
seen anything like it.

Do you think it's
some kind of new whale?

- Whale? What are you talking about?
- What are you talking about?

- What are you talking about?
- Op, what are you talking about?

I'm talking about this
gorgeous, glowing, swirling....

Oh! OK. Not good.
Ed, help, pull me up.

Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!

- Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!
- I'm tired from poking crabs.

Booby!

Huh! Oh!

- Oop!
- Yah!

Oh, boy!

- Argh!
- Argh!

Oh! Argh!

- Oh!
- Help me!

Whoa!

Oh! Oh, wow!

- Wow! That's a... Wow! OK.
- Ed, Ed, relax.

- Think about it.-Uh-huh!
- We went into a flower on Flummel Island,

- then we came out of a flower in this place.
- Mm-hm!

Do you know what that means?

Yes, yes! No, I don't. Do you?

No, but it's still
pretty wild, though.

Oh!

- Wait here.
- Oh!

Whoa!

Hmm! Something's stuck.

Hmm! Where are my
mid-distance bifocals?

Whoa. Oh, oh, oh.

Oh! Ah! Oh!

- Oh!
- Nice reflexes.

- Aww, cute.
- Aww, cute.

- Aww, really cute.
- Aww, really cute.

- Ah! Less cute.
- Ah! Less cute.

Oops!

Wait a minute. Wait a minute.
Wait a minute. Stop.

What is happening?

How did flower picking
turn into whatever this is?

Don't worry. I can fix this.

Yeah? Fix that.

Fix it?

It's amazing.

Amazing? Where are you going?

Hmm!

Ah!

Ooh!

Op, that mount you're on
is moving.

Whoa.

Ed?

- Oh!
- Oh, er, Op, Op!

Ugh! Ugh! Ugh!

Whoa! Oh!

Oh! Ugh!

Ugh! Ow! Oh!

Whoa! Op! Op! Op! Op!

Whoa! Ugh! Argh!

Ugh! Oh! Oh! Ohhh!

Op! Ow! Ow!

Seems about right.

Thanks for the lift.

Oh, hey. Isn't this place great?

We should have never
left Desolation Rock.

Come on.

Your ideas have caused us
nothing but trouble,

so we're doing things my way,
the Ed way.

Ooh!

What are you?

You're the cutest things
I've ever seen.

Do you wanna come
home and marry my dolly?

And you can marry my cat.

Why do you get the cat?
I want the cat.

- It's you again.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!

You got it all wrong.
I'm here to help you guys.

Sorry for being
so rude back at the house.

We dogs are very territorial,
you know.

- No. We don't know.
- We don't know anything.

Oh, well, let's start
with the basics then.

I'm Clarance and I'm a dog.
Ruff, ruff!

Well, hi, Clarance.
I'm Op and this is Ed and we are...

Oh, flummels.

We'll save you.

Er, guys? Wait, wait.
No, no, you don't understand. No.

Let me show you.

Oh, cute little doggy.

- Here you go.
- Argh! He's gonna eat a flummel.

You monster. We won't let you die,
brother. I'm not getting a pulse.

Argh!

Guys, guys, guys,
it's just a doughnut.

Food, refined sugar, trans fats.

I have to admit,
we're pretty delicious.

Mmm!

Um, right. Yeah. I imagine
you guys have a few questions.

Yeah. Like, where are we?

You should probably ask,
"When are we?"

- No. We're gonna stick with where are we.
- Yeah. Where?

Seriously,
you should ask when. Seriously.

- No, where.
- Yeah, I'm good with where.

Er, this will take some visual aid.

Oh, I know just the place
to get you some answers. Follow me.

Yeah. This way.

Oh! Ed, stop.
I don't know what these are

but I finally feel like
we belong to something.

Whoa!

This place is kind of spooky.
Ugh! It makes my skin crawl.

No offence.

No! Stay with the group.

- Us's.
- Ah! What are we looking at here?

- We found us's. Flummels.
- Oh!

And, as usual, they're ignoring us.

Hey. It's Charlie. What's up?

Oh.

Oh! Ooh! Oh!

Oh!

- So, what's going on here?
- Guys, guys, relax.

They're just models. Fakes.

This is
the Hall of Extinct Creatures.

OK. I mean,
the Hall of Extinct Creatures.

What does extinct mean?

I have no idea. I just joined.

Well, you see it began with...
I guess I could...

Oh, you know what?
I'll just let this thing do it.

Flummels, The Whole Story.

A ship cuts across the sea
toward destinies unknown.

That's the thing I saw
before we fell into the flower.

We are the Beagle
of His Majesty's royal fleet.

That's Charles Darwin, author of
On the Origin of Species.

Well, not yet. Right now,
I'm studying the Galapagos

where I've just discovered
a previously unknown island.

- Home.
- Home.

Unfortunately, the island volcano
erupted before they got there.

- No home?-No home?
- All that was left was a single sliver of beach.

That's not even
the best part of the beach.

On the island, Darwin discovered

the remains of an unusual
ring-shaped animal

he called Flummelios hidella

or flummels.

He theorised that
the entire flummel species

was destroyed by the volcano.

Flummelios hidella was no more.

Dead. Gone. Finished. Extinct.

Extinct? Do you mean...?

Oh! Ugh!

Wait. All the flummels gone?

How did this happen?
It doesn't make any sense.

Everyone was just fine.
We were just there.

Unless we weren't just there.

- OK, Clarance, I'll ask.
- What?

When are we?

So, we're in the future
in a place called Shanghai

and all of the other
flummels are gone?

- No more Jepson?
- No more little Bo.

No more that guy
whose name we don't know.

Normally, I'd be excited
that we just rhymed.

Don't worry. Well, worry a little,
but either way, stick with the dog.

Oh! That's Sun,
Dr Chung's wife. Nice lady.

Really knows how to scratch a tummy.

Dr Chung discovered these flowers
and used them to travel through time

before he got lost
somehow, somewhere.

Anyway, the answer to all your
problems is right through here.

- So, come on.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!

I'm not going through that thing
again. What if we end up Dr Chunged?

Hey, you're in good hands.

OK. Paws, but front paws, get it?

Thanks to me, Sun hasn't even
noticed that Dr Chung is missing.

- Huh! I'm convinced. Let's go.
- Whoa!

Whoa!

- Ugh!
- Ohhh!

Huh?

Welcome to the time terminal,

terminal, terminal,
terminal, terminal.

A place neither
in the past nor the future.

Dr Chung discovered that
each one of these portals

leads to a different
time flower somewhere in history.

Allow me to demonstrate.

Let's try this one. Austria, 1787.

That's Mozart. The musical genius.

Now, check this out.

Was ist das?

And now he's just showing off.

All we have to do is find the seed
that activates the Galapagos portal

- and you'll be on your way home.
- Home?

To a volcanic explosion?

No, home before the volcanic
explosion, so we can warn everyone.

Warn them? How are the flummels
gonna trust us with their lives

when they don't even
trust us with their flowers?

Remember when I told you
to look to the future?

This is that future
because we're the only ones

who can save the flummels
from extinction.

So, forget fitting in.
We're gonna stand out as heroes.

OK. OK.

But if we're gonna do this,
we have to do it right.

Let's concentrate. Take our time,

carefully consider our every move.

- Absolutely. It's all about focus.
- Ugh!

Totally not this one.

- Not this one or this one.
- Oh! Ah!

Ugh! Ah! Ugh!

- You're doing it all wrong.
- No, actually, I'm doing it all right.

Gallipoli. Galilee.

- No. - You're in the wrong.
- Oh, here it is, Galapagos 1835.

Listen, I'm...

Well, dang.

I found it. I found the seed for it.

Maybe we're supposed to be extinct.

Not good. Not good.

Oh!

Aarrgghh!

Aaarrrggghhh!

Ugh!

Huh! Where am I?

This is horrible.
I've got to get out of here. Oh!

And who are you?
I'm Ernest Shackleton,

head of the
Ernest Shackleton Expedition.

Now, don't worry, you're
with friends, part of a team,

team Ernest Shackleton, named after
me, Ernest Shackleton. Good dog.

Ernest Shackleton.

Hello. I'm Clarance. And you are?

We are only here
to serve Master.

OK. Maybe we'll do names later.

- Whoa! - Wah! Intruders!
- Sanitise them.

- Argh! - Oh!
- What are you two?

Monsters? Space aliens?

- Elvis! Are you two Elvis?
- We're none of those things.

We're Op and Ed, we're... They
appear to be a pair of flummels,

Flummelios hidella to be exact.
The Germans refer to them as

They all went
extinct in the early 19th century.

My name is Dottie. I'm a dodo bird.

My anxious friend here is Burnie,
he's a Tasmanian tiger.

And Alma is a meridian gelada.

Meriged...?

Just Alma. It's fine.

Who are these guys? They're new
and small and new. New guys.

And this is Hoss.
He's from the Cretaceous period,

so he's millions of years old
but also he's only five.

- Are these new extinctables?
- What are extinctables?

- We are, mate.
- We'd be happy to tell you all about everything.

We have a nice glossy brochure
or we could sing a song.

- Brochure sounds great.
- Brochure. - Song it is.

♪ So you're wondering what it
means to be an extinctable...

- Yes.
- ♪ Well, I'm afraid the answer starts with the unthinkable

♪ Years ago, we almost died but
lucky for us Dr Chung arrived

♪ He brought us here
where it's safe and warm

♪ And sheltered us
from major storm...

- I think she means extinction.
- Probably.

♪ Now we call this
strange place home

♪ And honestly prefer not to roam

♪ We know staying here
feels like a crime

♪ When we could explore
any place in time

♪ Like 4 BC or NYC, Tokyo

♪ Greece or the Pyrenees

♪ Maybe visit Pompeii
before it went to rubble

♪ Nope, those places
aren't worth the trouble

♪ For the world's full of danger
and life is unfair

♪ So you can kill time here

♪ Or time will kill you out there

♪ There's plague and famine,
germs by the pound

♪ Virus and disease,
no cure to be found

♪ There's wars and swords
and tyrants abound

♪ Aliens, Bigfoot,
the Earth isn't round... Burnie.

♪ Get crushed, blown up
or fall deathly ill

♪ Or stay safe here
where time stands still

♪ For the world's full of danger
and life is unfair

♪ So you can kill time here

♪ Or time will kill you out there

♪ The bulldog rat, the Aztec cat

♪ Giant goose and the great
stag moose, the large sloth lemur

♪ The Pleistocene beaver,
the Russian retriever

♪ Guys, I wish you could've seen it
because no matter the name

♪ They're all out of the game

♪ It's a Japanese sea lion
crying shame

♪ It could happen any year
in any hemisphere

♪ If you wanna stay safe
best stay right here

♪ For the world's full of danger
and life is unfair

♪ You can kill time here or

♪ Time can kill you out there. ♪

Wow. That wasn't terrible.

You know, I feel Clarance would've
really gotten a kick out of that.

Wait? Clarance, Clarance?
Clarance, Clarance, Clarance?

What did you do?

It all happened so fast.
Er, the portals just went crazy

and then Clarance flew away,
like dogs do.

This is a new record, Op.
We've been here all of ten minutes

- and everybody already hates us.
- Oh, hate is a strong word.

It's fine. It'll all be fine.

Ed and I will get Clarance
and the seed back.

I hate to break it to you
but there's no telling where

- or when Clarance might be.
- Not to mention, he may be taken by

body snatchers,
boogeymen, Cyclopses.

Burnie. The point is, Clarance
could be anywhere literally.

Well, not anywhere. Doesn't he
have to be in one of those places?

Let me get this straight. You're
suggesting you randomly journey

to these dozens of unknown
and dangerous places

in hopes of stumbling across
Clarance by sheer dumb luck?

Sounds like a plan to me.
Let's go find that dog.

Wait. Did she say dangerous?
Did you say dangerous?

Dangerous is just
another word for heroic.

Well, they're dead.

Oh!

- Huh?
- Hello, sir. Have you seen a cute little doggy around here?

- Really fluffy, about yay high.
- Ugh!

- Oh!
- Oh! Ugh!

Ugh!

- Argh!
- No!

Argh! Ohhh!

Okey-doke. We're done here.

- Crikey! You're not dead.
- Pay up.

No sign of Clarance
and we almost got killed.

This is why I don't like to travel.

Come on, Ed. We've got
a lot more places to check,

- so let's not get distracted.
- Oh!

- My face.
- Ugh!

Hey. Oh, look it's me. Hi, me.

Oh, no. There's a hole
right through me.

Just messing.
I know that's how I look.

Wow! Your sister really is...

Bound to be
the eventual death of me?

I was going to say energetic.

OK, Ed? I've got a great
feeling about this next portal.

- Do you trust me?
- No.

Huh! Ssh.

Ah-ha.

Oh!

- Ha! That lady really didn't like us trying on her hat.
- You think?

Wow! Cleopatra's crown. History
must be a non-stop adventure.

What's it like out there?

It's amazing. Each place
is more exciting than the last.

- And more dangerous.
- Listen to this one, Hoss.

As I've told you before, you do not
want to leave here where it's safe.

And, Op, he's just a kid.

You should stop putting
ideas in his head.

But I want ideas in my head.
I'm so cooped up in here.

I know what will knock
the glum right out of ya.

Live from inside Dr Chung's
mobile greenhouse,

it's Burnie, the Down-Under-Wonder.

- Yeah.
- We got great seats.

First, I'll need
a common household item.

Now, I place the object
between the two time flowers

and utter the magic words,
presto-change-o-koala-dingo.

Ooh! Where'd it go? Where'd it go?

Easy, jumbo.
It'll be back in three,

- two, one, and...
- Oh!

- How did you do that?
- A magician never reveals his secrets.

The merging of two time flowers
causes an extremely powerful arc

that disassembles the atoms of an
item, sends them into a time loop,

then reassembles the item
at a different point in time.

Magic.

Thank you.

What? What? What is it?

No worries.

Hey, you two, wake up.

We only wake for Master.
All we do, we do for Master.

Right, right. Master.

Well, I think I heard Master say

you two should snap my leash
so I can go free.

As Master wishes.

Oh! Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Stop. The Master says stop.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Oh! This did not go how I hoped.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

- Clarance, where are you.
- I don't see him, Op.

Me neither. Whoa!
But I do see a pretty good wall.

On second thought, a great wall.

Whoa. What are they?

- They're sky flowers.
- Wow!

- Whoa.
- Imagine if we brought these back to the flummels.

- Ha!
- Hey, you're smiling.

You're actually enjoying yourself.

Um, no, I'm not.
We have a lot of mess ahead of us

and you keep making the mess
messier. You are a mess-maker.

Oh! I know. I'm sorry.

Ugh. What's wrong with me?

There's nothing wrong with you.
You just don't think things through.

I mean, we've been lucky so far
but, one of these days,

you're gonna get someone hurt,
me probably.

You're right
but I'm gonna be better.

From now on, we don't do anything
unless we're both on board.

Mm-hmm. You promise?

- I promise.
- OK. OK.

I'll hold you to that.

You know, this is nice.
Finally, a chance to relax.

- Argh! - Spoke too soon.
- Argh! - Argh!

- Whoa!
- Whoa!

It's been a while.
You do think they're OK out there?

I'm sure they're fine.

Oh!

Oh! Oh! You're alive.

Barely. Those sky flowers
tried to kill us.

These are fireworks.
The Chinese invented them.

They also invented
the gunpowder inside them.

They came from the
Qianlong coronation.

You must've been in China, 1736.

So, where are you two going next?

How about this one?

- If that's the one you want, then I love it.
- Thank you.

Let's hope it's the right one
for the flummels' sake.

They have no idea our
entire species is doomed.

Argh! We're doomed.

- We've lost our DJ. Where's Vinny?
- Hey, dudes.

- Sorry I'm late.
- Oh, crisis averted.

Oh!
My face.

- Clarance.
- Ssh!

Clarance.

I can't believe you guys found me.

You're better explorers
than this Shackleton guy.

Ernest Shackleton.

Ugg! Oh!

You'll be happy to know
I kept this safe.

There's just one small problem.

- Hmm. I see.
- I have a plan.

- Op has a plan.
- Good. What's the plan?

Yeah. What's the plan?

And she's gone.

- Did she just abandon us?
- No, no, no.

She wouldn't abandon us.
We just talked about this.

And Op just promised me she wouldn't
do this kind of thing any more.

So, no. She'll be back.

She's probably just gonna just...

OK. She might have abandoned us.

Ugh! Ugh!

Op runs off and I'm
left pounding a rock.

Oh, I should have known.

What's this doing here?

- Oh, no.
- To the rescue.

He's coming for the toy.

Everything's cold. This is fun.

Op, what are you doing?

Hoss, see that shiny
necklace on Clarance? Bite it.

You broke Master's chain.

No-one betrays Master.

- Whoa!
- Er, this isn't fun any more.

We gotta run.

Let's go, Hoss. Whoa!

- Whoa! Clarance, no!
- The seed!

We can't get home without that seed.
Hoss, circle back around.

No. It's too dangerous.

- I'm scared.
- Turn around, Hoss, now.

- Whoa!
- I got you. Oh!

Come on.

- Got it. Back into the time flower, Hoss, and step on it.
- Oh.

Oh!

Almost there.

Ow!

Aarrgghh!

Do you know how to play this game?

We're playing a game?

Hey. Have you guys seen Hoss?

Ugh! Aegh!

- Oh! It's Clarance.
- Clarance.

You may wanna move.

- Argh!
- Ugh! Ugh!-

Was ist das?
Nein. Nein.

Oh, oh! Oh!

OK. We got Clarance.
We got the seed. We...

Oh, no.

- Are you OK, Hoss?
- No, he's not OK.

You almost got him extinct.
Not to mention the rest of us.

- But I didn't think...
- That's right. You didn't think

and you didn't listen,
even though you looked me in the eye

and promised me that
you wouldn't do anything

unless we were both on board.

All this time, I thought
I never fit in with the flummels

because there was
something wrong with me.

But now it's clear,

it's you.

What...? What are you saying?

I'm saying that my life
would be better off without you.

Hey. Hey, he'll be OK.

I'm sure he just needs
some time to cool off.

- What are you doing?
- Ed's right.

I am the problem.

And he is better off without me.

All of you are.

But there's one thing
I can still do.

I'm going back to warn the flummels.

Whoa, whoa, whoa. I'm not
sure you should go without Ed.

I just end up
causing him more trouble

and I've caused him
enough trouble already.

If I can pull this off, then Ed
will have a community to go home to.

And, if I fail, well,
at least I can't hurt him again.

The seed, if you please.

Ugh! Ugh!

Ugh! Come on. Ugh!

Hmm! This is not good.

You know, you're also a great leader
on the dance floor.

Thanks, Mali. You've said
that about five times already.

What is she doing here?

Hello-ah!

Little reminder.
This is the flower festival.

Second reminder, you've been
banned from the flower festival.

I don't have time for
the whole story but I need

everyone's attention.

Hey! Do you mind? I am trying
to get my kids to sleep in here.

Oh, now I'm up all night. Thanks.

I just returned from the future
and I learned that in the past,

and by the past I mean now,
our entire species

is about to stop existing.

So, if we're going to
live to see the future,

we have to do something now,
which is in the past.

I'm sorry. What?

We're all about to go extinct.

That means die.

Argh!

No.

Easy. Easy. It's all right.
Everyone, I promise you.

Op, you're being ridiculous.

That's why I made this face
because you're ridiculous.

I'm telling you, it's true.
I swear on this conch.

No, no. Don't drag me into this.

Look, here's proof
I was in the future.

Booby!

Hey, what about this?

Friend, friend, friend, friend.

Hm!

- Why did I think this would work?
- Argh!

Wow! You really let her have it.

Remind me to never get
on your bad side.

But don't you think you were
maybe a little bit hard on her?

She is your sister after all.

No. It's been
like this our whole lives.

Maybe I shouldn't
have said it out loud.

But it's true.

My life would be
much better without her.

Oh, Ed, don't say that.

This is a place of withouts.

We all live here
without our families,

without friends.

Sometimes, I think
without really living at all.

But I can tell you this,

life is really tough
when you're all by yourself.

I know that's how I look.

Hey, Ed, Ed, are you seeing this?

Ugh! Oh!

Could someone give me
a hand with this? Anyone?

Booby.

Hey, check it out.
I'm the friend at the end.

Hey, I don't care.

Oh!

Oh, Wally.

Wally? Hey, Wally.

Get over here, buddy.
Wally, where are you going?

Ed? Ed? Ed? You OK?

I have to talk to Op.

Op?

Op? Op? Op!

Hey, Ed, check this out?

You wanna sign my cast?

I wanted to ask
Op if she'd sign it too

but she left in kind of a hurry.

She left? Left where?

I think she said
something about going home.

Going home?

Ha? Ha?

Ha? Ah?

Ugh! Argh! Argh! Argh! Argh!

OK. Very interesting presentation.

- Ooh!
- Gave is a lot to think about.

But, let's be honest,
truthful, real truthful,

- you never went to the future.
- Yes, she did.

- Huh?
- Huh? - And I can attest to it.

- What is that thing?
- I don't know but sick do.

The name is Clarance.
I'm a dog, part poodle, part...

It's hard to know.
My mother was very social.

You came. You've gotta tell
the flummels they're in trouble.

Oh, they most certainly
are in trouble... from me.

Huh?

Hey, wait, where are you going?

Huh?

Argh!

OK. So, she might have
been telling the truth.

Ugh! Oh!

Ahhh! Argh!

Hiya.

Why did you do that?
And why did you do this?

Because I hate you.

I hate all flummels.
Hate, hate, hate, hate, hate.

Flummels ruined my life.

I was a puppy once,
adorable and spunky,

just waiting for a family
to take me home.

But, unfortunately,
I lived in a world of flummels.

And flummels were the most
popular pet in the world.

Everyone wanted
those stupid roundos.

"Oh, they're cute.
I can see through you."

I get it. Nobody wanted
a dog with a stomach.

But then, one day, my luck changed.

He's perfect. I'll take him.

I couldn't believe it.
This man wanted me.

And he even loved me enough
to give me a name.

You're coming home with me,
Clarance.

I was expecting a warm bed
and a fresh pile of newspapers.

- Sit. - But instead, I got something better.
- Good boy.

It was then that I realised
I was more than just a pet.

I was a part of science.

It's the top of the fifth inning
as The Bambino steps to the plate.

He's calling a home-run shot.

He's pointing to a dog
on a tiny little car.

Oh, Doctor, I don't believe it.

It worked. Now, let's go together.

I loved that man.

I finally felt I belonged
somewhere, right by his side,

adventuring through
time and history together.

But then, one day,
we travelled to 1835,

to this island.

And there we found a bunch
of these stupid napkin rings.

- Huh?
- Huh?

Dr Chung told me this was when
Darwin first discovered flummels

and introduced them
to the rest of the world.

Oh, my goodness, look at you.

Isn't she cute, Clarance?

He loved them.

He was gonna love flummels
more than me. And then it hit me.

I didn't have to accept the course
of history, I could change it.

I think we're all set.

Ready for our next adventure,
Clarance? Clarance?

Ugh! Help me.

Argh!

Yeah, that's right.
I turned on my master.

I'm a bad guy. That's what we do.

I pushed him though a portal and
made sure he could never come back.

After that, there was nothing
stopping me from coming back here

and destroying your entire species.

It wasn't a volcano, it was me.

Mass explosive device activated.

Now, back to some smooth jazz.

It was a quick trip
but I got a lot done that day.

Three, two, one. Zero flummels.

Mission accomplished.

And it was all a done deal
until you two hula-hoops showed up.

But it's all about to be fixed

because your brother
is back with the other cowards

who never leave their
precious little time terminal.

And you're not
getting off this island alive.

Flummel extinction in 30 minutes.

30 minutes?
That's more time than I thought.

- It's not a lot of time but...
- Yeah. I meant to only set it for three,

these stupid clumsy paws.
You know what? It don't matter.

You've got a front row seat to your
species and your own extinction.

- Ta-ta.
- Hm!

Ugh! Ugh! Ugh!

Ooh! Ah-ah!

She's too funny to stay mad at.

Look, look.
I found Dr Chung.

- Huh?
- What?

I just returned with the
last Tasmanian tiger on Earth.

It scratched me up pretty good.

What? I don't get into
cars with strangers.

And we're recording.
Inventor log, June 20th.

That's the day he went missing.

Today, I'm visiting
one of my heroes,

the great explorer, Zheng He.

He created one of the first
nautical maps ever.

Who knows? Maybe I'll even
get to see him drawing it up.

Now, off to 1417.

- 1417, he said 1417.
- OK. - We know where he went now.

Ready for your next adventure,
Clarance? Clarance?

Ugh! Help me!

Argh!

Clarance did that?

What kind of conspiracy nut am I
if I didn't see that coming?

But we could still save Dr Chung
if we just use whatever seeds...

- Or not.
- Oh! I can't believe we finally know where Dr Chung is

- and there's no way to bring him back.
- Unless...

Ah-ha!

1418.

No, no. Dr Chung said
he was going to 1417, remember?

Yes. To visit Zheng He,

which means he probably
joined his expedition to Malacca,

1418, where there's
another time flower.

We just need some sort of
beacon to lead him to it.

Sure, but what?

- Perfect.
- We should also give him the brochure.

- Ed?
- Op, I'm so sorry

- I didn't mean...
- Flummel extinction in 15 minutes.

Wait, what's that thing?
Huh? Huh?

What's going on?

A volcano didn't make us extinct.

Clarance did with that bomb and now
he's trapped the others in the cave

and he trapped me
against this tree and...

Well, it's all over.

No, it's not over because
we both didn't agree that it is.

I was so wrong to say what I said

and I want you to know
that I didn't mean it.

All you've ever done is support me

and my life would
be nothing without you.

What are you talking about? I can't
do anything right. You know it.

I know it. The rest of the
flummels certainly know it and...

Who cares what the flummels think?
I'm serious.

I've spent so long
worried about fitting in

with all the other flummels
that I never even noticed

this is where I fit in best,
right here with you.

Come on, I screw up all the time.

But if it weren't
for your screw-ups,

then we would've never
even fallen through that flower.

And, thanks to you, we have a chance

to rescue our species
from extinction.

So, what now?

I'll tell you what now.
We're gonna save the flummels

because they'd do the same thing for
us if it was the other way around.

Probably.

You think you can
get me out of this thing?

No problem. There's only
a million combinations here.

Nope. Nope.

Nope.

Thanks, guys. Next time I poke you,
it's gonna be a lot softer.

Come on, Op,
we're not gonna let that

adorable maniac get away with this.

Hello? Yoo-hoo.

Huh?

Huh?

What the...?

Oh, no, no, no, it can't be.

Argh! Huh?

Oh!

Why won't these flummels just die?

Looks like I may need some help.

Big help.

Ugh! Ugh! How much time
before the bomb goes off?

Flummel extinction in nine minutes.

I know it wants to kill us but
you have to admit it is helpful.

Don't worry.
You'll be long gone by then.

What are you gonna do, fuzz ball?
There's only one you and two us's.

Funny you should mention that.

What is that?

Meet my Cyclops.
And in case you were wondering

if ancient Greek monsters
were real, they were.

OK, Greg, you know what to do.

Whoa!

- Oh.
- Oh. - Ohhh!

- Argh!
- Hmm?

Huh?

Oh! Ugh!

Extinctables, ready for action.

Burnie.

Hoss. Ugh!

Alma.

And Dottie.
I just drove for the first time

and, so far,
I've only hit one pedestrian.

- Guys.
- You left the terminal.

The best decision
I've made in a long time.

Or the worst decision.

- Everybody, back in the truck.
- I told you there were Cyclopses.

- Ugh!
- Lose him. He's following us.

Bl-bl-bl-bl-bl!

- Oh!
- Ugh!

Crikey! That one eye makes for
pretty poor depth perception.

He couldn't hit
the broadside of a Hoss.

- No offence, Hoss.
- None taken.

You're right. Follow my lead.

- Hey, Cyclops, bet you can't hit me.
- Hmm? - Bet you can't hit me.

Need a target? Hundred points if
you get it through the bull's-eye.

- Hey, put some sauce on that meatball.-Yeah!
- Yeah!

- Hmm? - I'm talking to you, Cyclops.
- Hey! Noodle arms, noodley, noodley.

Ugh! Ugh!

Argh!

- Ooh-ee! Ugh! Ugh!
- No, Greg.

- It's working.
- Ugh! Ugh! Ugh!

- Wahhhh!
- Na-na-na-na!-

Blblblblblblblblblblb! Ugh!

No, stop. You one-eyed idiot.

Ugh! Ugh! Hmm?

- Ohhh!
- Argh!

I hate you all...

He is a very, very, very
ugly wet-looking dog.

So I spent a lot of
my cave time thinking about you two

and what I would do if we
ever got out of there alive.

I settled on this.

Ugh!

Ah! You think maybe
we could do this later?

The whole island is about to blow up.

Correct.
Flummel extinction in seven minutes.

What do we do, Jepson?

The only thing we can do,

we ask Op and Ed
and then we do whatever they say.

Ed, what do you think?

Er, well, um...

Oh!

The ship. That's Charles Darwin,
the man from the museum movie.

If we make it to the beach,
he might be able to save us.

- Movie?
- Man?

Save? Wait, I know what
that means and it's good.

But what are those?

Jepson, meet the extinctables.

Welcome.

Is something wrong with them?
They don't have any holes.

Stay, Hoss, sit.

Jepson, you get everyone to the
beach. We'll meet you down there

after we get this Darwin guy's
attention with the sky flowers.

- Sky flowers?
- Hit it, Burnie.

All right. Go, go, go.

Whoa!

Er, but these flummels
haven't been sanitised.

- No time, just go. Hi-yah.
- Oh, this is my nightmare.

Wait. I just wanna say
thanks for everything

and try not to fall to your death.

Of course not.
What do you think I am, a dodo?

Didgeridoo!

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Ugh! Ugh! Ugh! Ugh! Ugh! Ugh!

Whoa!

- Ooh!
- Oh, because they look like flowers in the sky.

Hey, tell whoever came up
with that name, great job.

What in blazes?

My goodness!

So many magnificent creatures.

Can we go? Please, please,
please, please, please.

- Oh! Fine. But this is the last island.
- Yippee.

He sees us! Op and Ed did it.

Whoa! That felt weird to say.

Uh-oh.

Ah, now, that's
the Op and Ed I know.

Oops!

Yeah, who'd have thought
our aim would be too good?

Ugh!

Ugh! Eeerrgghh!

- Ugh-ugh!
- Hey, there, big fella.

You don't wanna eat us.
Just eat me, let Ed live.

- Mmm! Hmmm?
- That's nice what you said out there,

- you know, outside of the mouth.
- I meant it.

I hope he swallows me first just
so you can live a little longer.

I hope he swallows me first.
I don't wanna see you swallowed.

- Ed!
- Oh, Op!

We're alive and smell
like Cyclops' breath.

- Behind that big eye there's an even bigger heart.
- Oh!

- And by the way, you have a cavity.
- Op, I don't think that ship

is gonna get here
in time to save us.

- I've got an idea.
- I knew you would.

So the Cyclops will
throw us to the time flower,

we'll take it to the beach and
we'll take everyone through it

- before the bomb goes off.
- Right. Great repeating the plan, Ed.

- Hmmmm!
- Hey, you can do it, big guy.

We believe in you.

Uh-hmm.

- Ugh! - Wait, wait, wait.
- Hmm?

Maybe try throwing underhand.

Ah!

Ugh!

Whoa!

- Ohhhh!
- Oh!

- Ugh!
- Ugh! - Oh! - Ugh!

Whoa! Argh! Argh! Whoa!

- Ugh! - Oh! - Ah!
- Ah!

Nice aim, Greg, you're a natural.

Whoo!

Ugh! Oh! Hmm.

Booby.

- Most remarkable.
- Hmm.

If I didn't know any better,
I'd say these creatures

- are trying to communicate with us.
- Perhaps they're adapting

to the changes around them
in order to survive,

almost as if they're, I don't know,
evolving or something.

That's rubbish.

Evolving.

This way.

Drop it, fruit loops.

This island's about to blow and
there's only gonna be one survivor

and that's me.
So hand over that time flower.

I said hand it over.

- Op Hop.
- Hey. Oh! Son of a...

- Nice Op Hop.
- I learned from the best.

Get back here.

Whoa.
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh!

Ugh! Oh, oh, oh! Argh!

Whoa! Ow! Ow!

Ow! Ow! Argh!

Whoa! Ohhh!

Argh!

Op, look. It's the beach.

Argh!

Dang! I always forget
about this cliff.

End of the line, zeros.

Ugh! Now hand over that flower.

- I'm out of ideas.
- Huh?

I might have one
and it's kind of an Op idea.

Huh?

Ooh! Ow! Ow! Ooh! Ooh!
Ugh! Oh! Ow! Ooh! Ooh! Ow!

- Ugh!
- Ooh!

Are you crazy?
You almost got us killed, Ed.

Whoa! Is this how I make
you feel all the time?

- Pretty much.
- I am so sorry.

Forget it. Now, time flowers.

Time flowers? How many times did
you hit your head on the way down?

Five or six. Ah-ha!

OK. Great. Now we have three time
flowers. What good does...?

Burnie's trick.

Yoo-hoo!
Flummel extinction in two minutes.

- Would you shut up?
- Shutting up initiated.

- Shutting up in four minutes.
- Nnnggghhh!

- They're not gonna make it.
- Neither are we.

OK, Ed. Try something else.

Something other than
lighting a boat on fire.

- Do you think this will work?
- I have no idea.

- No! Stop!
- Flummel extinction in 30 seconds.

I've got to get
this bomb away from me.

Argh!

No, go up. Up! No!

- Presto.
- Change-o.

Koala-dingo.

- Nine, eight, seven...
- Whoa!

- ..six...
- Argh!-..five...

- Ugh!
- ..four, three..-Oh!

- ..two one.
- Oh!

Booby.

Argh!

King's casserole.

Majesty's meatloaf.

You know, nearly 200 years ago,
my great-great-grandfather

sailed here with the
one and only Charles Darwin.

He claimed that there
was an island here

that exploded and completely
vanished.

Yeah. I think I had a relative
that did something like that too.

- King's casserole.
- Majesty's meatloaf.

Oh! We're alive?

Oh, or at least I'm alive.
Ed, you alive?

I think so.
What about everyone else?

- Ed?
- Dottie?

- Ed. Ed.
- Dottie.

Oh! Hoss and everybody!

You're alive. You're all alive.

We're saved.

Yes, thanks to Op and Ed,
we are de-extincted.

I assume that's a word.

So, were you worried about me?

Maybe just a little.

Ohhh!
Er... Huh?

Hey, I'm uncomfortable.

You did it. What exactly did you do?

Burnie's trick on a grand scale.

We used every
time flower we could find

to make the whole island disappear
before the bomb went off.

My trick? I was right about
the flowers and the Cyclops.

What else am I right about?
Oh, this is terrifying.

This isn't over.

Booby.

I'll just get back in that flower

and I'll keep trying again and again

until you're all extinct.

- Sit!
- Sitting.

It worked. Dr Chung made it back.

You've been a very bad dog,
Clarance.

- Oh, I haven't started.
- Lay down.

- When I'm done... - Beg.
- ..you'll feel the wrath of my...

Play dead.

Cursed by obedience.

Flummelios hidella.

As adorable as ever.

And my extinctables?

Oh, it's so good to see you
and you and you and... you?

Ooh!

When are we?

I think you should be asking
when are... No, wait. You got it.

Today, we celebrate
the one-year anniversary

of the greatest discovery
of the 21st century,

a species once thought extinct,
flummels.

Yes, huggable,
lovable, adorable flummels

brought to us by famed botanical
astrophysicist Dr Lee Chung.

I'm so proud of you, Lee.

And you've been so much more
talkative since your discovery.

Oh!

Ooh!

And she's back.

How you been, sis?

Hey, look at you.
Friend at the end again, eh?

Nope. Fellow at the front.

Aww! And all without my help.

You and Dr Chung
visit any cool places lately?

You bet we have. It's been one
amazing adventure after another.

What did you guys
end up doing with Clarance?

Oh, he's cooling off.

No dog should have a master,
so on the count of three,

I say we tie up Shackleton,
take his ship

and head somewhere warm like Cabo.

OK. OK. We can change it up. Fiji?

San Diego? Rome? Paris? They let
dogs into restaurants there! Argh!

Ready or not, Hoss. Here I come.

Great job, everyone.
And thanks for helping out, pals.

Hey, Op and Ed. Well, how do you
like this year's two-flower floats?

- Great.
- I look a little chunky.

I'm sorry your teeth are yellow.
We ran out of white flowers.

- Hmm!
- Hey, Ed, I have a little surprise for you.

- Come with me.
- Oh, yeah, I love surprises.

Except I just remembered
that I don't.

So tell me what it is
so I'm not too surprised.

What? Ha! Oh, God. Ohhh!

Don't worry, Ed. I'm sure you have
plenty of time to prepare for...

Op, I really don't know if I could
handle another surprise today.

Trust me, you're gonna love it.

Hey, I haven't seen you
since, what, like 1835?

There's so much to talk about.

You two keep going.
I'll go get him a glass of water.