WBAK - an evil tomato curses up a storm in "Cold East"


Uploaded by geekandsundry on Aug 15, 2012

Transcript:

[THEME SONG]
We make videos based on what they say.
It's "Written by a Kid."
MALE SPEAKER 1: Hello.
RYAN: Hi.
MALE SPEAKER 1: How are you?
RYAN: Great.
MALE SPEAKER 1: Excellent.
What is your name?
RYAN: My name is Ryan.
MALE SPEAKER 1: And how old are you?
RYAN: I'm eight years old.
MALE SPEAKER 2: Great.
And you have a story for us.
What is that story called?
RYAN: It's called "Cold East."
MALE SPEAKER 2: "Cold East." OK, great.
We'd love to hear it whenever you'd like to start.
RYAN: A long time ago in a refrigerator in the east,
there was a country called Cold East.

And all the people in the neighborhood
always did nice things.
MALE SPEAKER 2: These people that are in the refrigerator,
what are they?
RYAN: Food.
MALE SPEAKER 2: Oh, they're food.
OK.
Different kinds of food.
MALE SPEAKER 1: Types of food.
RYAN: There was a sheriff living there who was called
Sheriff Cold.
He looks like a pickle jar.
He sounds like George Washington.
MALE SPEAKER 2: He sounds like George Washington?
How does that sound?
RYAN: He sounds very noble.
The sheriff had a horse named Bob.
And he wasn't a real horse, but a little toy horse that
came alive.
And then there was a teacher, which is a banana.
And then the students are carrots.
And then there was a cowboy that looks like a pickle.
And then he thought he found gold.
But it was butter.
MALE SPEAKER 2: Was he able to do anything with that butter?
Is that valuable still?
No, not really?
RYAN: No.
MALE SPEAKER 2: It's just butter.
RYAN: And then finally, the last ones are the
neighborhoods.
And all the neighborhoods are jalapenos.

Sheriff Cold was the most nicest guy in Cold East.
And whenever a person says a bad word, he knows it.
Because he's got security cameras hidden all
over the Cold East.
And then whenever they say a bad word,
the air gets polluted.
It becomes thinner and thinner.
And then the sheriff sent them out of the refrigerator to let
them melt to death.

And the limit is 100 words.
And if there's 100 words in the air, the whole
refrigerator is going to become to dust.
MALE SPEAKER 2: Oh, OK.
MALE SPEAKER 1: Wow, so this is now--
MALE SPEAKER 2: Serious business.
MALE SPEAKER 1: Really serious business.
MALE SPEAKER 2: OK.
RYAN: And then suddenly, an immigrant came from Cold West.
But then he was a criminal.
MALE SPEAKER 2: What did he look like?
RYAN: A tomato.
MALE SPEAKER 2: A tomato.
And what was his name?
RYAN: Red Cold.
MALE SPEAKER 2: Red Cold.
OK, so Red Cold the criminal comes into Cold East.
RYAN: Then he went all over Cold East and
then said bad words.
And then when the sheriff tried to get him to melt to
death, he wouldn't.
So he would keep polluting the air all over Cold East.
And then the sheriff kept making him get out.
But somehow he still finds a way to get in the
refrigerator.
MALE SPEAKER 2: How does Red Cold get back into the fridge?
RYAN: It was a suction tube.
MALE SPEAKER 2: Oh, OK, a suction tube.

RYAN: But then sometime he had a change of heart.
So then he became friendly because he noticed how sad it
is to pollute the air.

And then he became friendly.
And then he was always saying nice words like exciting,
good, happy.
MALE SPEAKER 2: Those are nice.
Those are good.
RYAN: And then the sheriff decided to make this day a
holiday called Nice Day.
MALE SPEAKER 2: OK.
RYAN: And then they all celebrated Nice Day by dancing
all around.
And then doing their own traditional culture, which is
eating ice cubes.
[GUITAR MUSIC]
MALE SPEAKER 2: That's a really rich world in that
refrigerator.
MALE SPEAKER 1: It really is.
MALE SPEAKER 2: I noticed in your story there were a lot of
Western themes.
Or, like, you had a sheriff.
You had a cowboy.
There were horses.
There was the West, which seemed interesting.
So do you like Westerns?
RYAN: No.
MALE SPEAKER 2: Oh, OK.
[GUITAR MUSIC]

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