Thursday, August 9, 2007
Wally Walrus finds himself once again having Woody Woodpecker for a neighbor. The fact that Wally works nights and sleeps during the day is not respected at all.
Woody sings at the top of his lungs and makes a racket while mowing the lawn. When asked by Wally if he can possibly make any more noise, the woodpecker obliges by instantly becoming a one-man band.
Woody burns his leaf pile in the yard (and throws some trash in for good measure) and the smoke trails up into Wally's room. The walrus tries numerous things to try and stop the smoke from coming in, but even a picture on his wall gets infiltrated by Woody. In a humerous moment that blends action with music, Wally struggles to keep the smoke from coming up through his bedposts, to the tune of the Blue Danube Waltz.
Wally finally gets his revenge on Woody with a "tit for tat" machine that puts the woodpecker through extreme versions of the same annoyances that were inflicted upon Wally.