Koko and Fitz want to play, but Max is working on his newest invention -- he actually was an inventor and held patents on rotoscoping -- so he stuffs them in a safe with his convertible cane/umbrella. When they start pushing buttons, things start to happen.
One of the pleasures of the Koko cartoons is the weird self-consistency of the cartoon world and how it extends from the drawn page. Here, however, with the random transformation gags -- the cane becomes a man hole and a bicycle, among other things -- this one loses its internal logic. Still, the nonchalance with which Koko and Fitz deal with the changing threats is, as always, a lot of fun.
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