Peter and Brian in 'Rabbitbusters'

In this Seth Macfarlane cartoon adaption of 'The Cruse Of The Were-Rabbit', Wallace (Peter Griffin) and Gromit (Brian Griffin) are busier than ever with the many loose rabbits roaming around the town with the town's Vegetable Competition. But things get even messier when a giant were-rabbit appear.
Can Wallace and Gromit find the beast and sovle the mystery? Or will everything have to fall into the hands of hunter Victor Quartermaine (Carter Pewterschmidt)?

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10. Smelly Ever After

The next morning, Wallace and Gromit came back to Tottingham Hall, after getting much rest from last night. Wallace went to Lady Tottingham.
   "Thanks for going through this with me, Wallace," she said.
   "This had better be worth it like you said," Wallace warned her with a stern look. Then he smiled to his dog. "One for the album, Gromit."
   "Okay, get a little closer," said Gromit, as he got out the camera. "A little closer. A little closer. Separate a bit. Per – Oh, a tiny bit closer!"
   "Oh, come on, Gromit!" yelled Wallace. “Hurry up!”
   "Okay, perfect," Gromit said finally.
   Then as Lady Tottingham leaned closer, Wallace plucked his lips ready. Then Lady Tottingham pulled down a curtain and revealed a sign: Bunny Sanctuary of Tottingham Hall. "I declare this new bunny sanctuary opened."
   Wallace was shocked. "That's what you brought us here for?"
   "What's wrong with it?"
   "I thought you were going to – Oh, it doesn't matter. It's wonderful, isn't it, Gromit?"
   "Yeah," agreed Gromit. "What do you think, guys?"
   "Yeah!" The caged rabbits in the bun van of the Anti-Pesto van praised and cheered.
   "Okay, Gromit, they've waited long enough, don't you think?"
   "Yes, sir," agreed Gromit and happily released the rabbits from the bun van and straight through ground and landing on the ground.
   "It's a wish come true but my parents always was against it," Lady Tottingham sobbed happily. "My home that can be a safe haven for all things fluffy."
   It proved to be so popular that even more wild rabbits came to join in at this new home.
   "Like the ending of The Aristocats," said Toshi in Japanese.
   Poor, lonely Miss Thrip tried to join and hop around with them, but Wallace fired a gun near her.
   "Rabbit's peace or your life!" the inventor shouted at her.
   Miss Thrip ran off.
   "Oh, thank you, Wallace," smiled Lady Tottingham. "I hope you'll still come and visit me, Wallace. I've rather got used to having you around."
   "Oh, there'll be someone here like me and will protect you and the rabbits from harm," said Wallace happily. "Show him what I mean, lad."
   "Yes, sir," reported Gromit, as he pushed the lever extra further and out of the ground and shot right up to the sky was none other than...
   Hutch! He had a gun and was letting a big fffffaaaaaaarrrrrrttttttt! He landed on the ground and loaded his gun. "Where are those damn monsters?" he said, being on the alert. "Don't worry, ladies, I'll protect you!" But then he turned around and found that everyone, including Wallace, Gromit and Lady Tottingham was cough and spluttering.
   "What is it?" asked Hutch. "Is it swine flu? WHERE ARE YOU, YOU DMAN SWINE FLU? COME ON OUT! I KNOW YOU'RE THERE!" And Hutch kept on firing his gun at nothing.

                                                                   The End

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