Father Time sends Santa a message telling him that the baby new year, Happy, is missing! And without the baby new year, it'll remain the old...更多>
Rudolph: I wish he would have come to me first. I know just how he felt. I bet they called him names and wouldn't let him play in any New Year games. One Million: Hey, why for both edges of your mouth go down, not up? Rudolph: I'm looking for Happy, the baby New Year. What if I don't find him in time? One Million: "Don't"? Stop with the don't thoughts. Start with the do thoughts. Rudolph: Happy is the new New Year baby. He's missing. I thought he might be here. One Million: A little baby? Oh, yeah. Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Rudolph: He's here? One Million: No. Rudolph: Oh. One Million: But he was. Sir Ten-To-Three: Thou looketh for the wee babe Happy? Rudolph: Yes, Sir Ten-To-Three. We thought he might have come here. Is he? Sir Ten-To-Three: Aye. One Million: Where? Sir Ten-To-Three: Haven't the foggiest notion in me noggin. But comest with me, comest! We seeketh One Million: Comest with me, we seeketh. Clang, clang, clang. Sir Ten-To-Three: Oddsbodkins! Methinks that sounds like... One Million: Me thinks, too. Sounds like, looks like, smells like... It is! Santa Claus: Rudolph, once again the happiness of all the children of the world depends on you. You must find the baby New Year, and you have less than a week to do it. Rudolph: You mean? Santa Claus: Rudolph, with your nose so bright, you've six days to set things right. Rudolph: I'll do my best, Santa. Father Time: Oh, but I'm getting ahead of myself. Running a little fast, as it were. Big Ben: Don't you fret about that overgrown chicken. Eon: [to Happy] You will never be found here, and I will live forever! Hooray! Quarter-Past-Five: [about Eon] It's not us he's after. Rudolph: Then who? General Ticker: I do fear, the New Year. Don't you agree? Quarter-Past-Five: Oh, indeed I do. You see, Eon can only live until he is one eon old. Then he turns into ice and snow. Rudolph: How long is an eon? Quarter-Past-Five: Oh, inmeasurably long, but his eon is up this December 31st. Rudolph: That's why he wants to find Happy. If December 31st goes on forever, so will he. Quarter-Past-Five: Oh, he'll never turn to snow. He'll never stop scaring people. Rudolph: Not if we find Happy first.