Fed up with mediocre scripts, Buster and Babs burrow their way to Amblin Entertainment, and have a heart-to-heart with Steven Spielberg. Feeling for their plight, Steven gives the two a script written by three 8th graders, called 'Buster and Babs go Hawaiian.' The two take to the project immediately-that is, until Buster realizes part of the script takes place on an airplane (his contract stipulates he won't do plane scenes). Needless to say, Buster's pleas to the writers go unheeded, and the show goes on. Written by
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The script for the show was largely written by three young girls in 8th grade (Renee Carter, Sarah Creef, and Amy Crosby). They submitted their script to Amblin Entertainment, and their script was then turned into the show's episode. Caricatures of the three girls appear in the show, but their actual voices are not used. See more
So, what's up?
Today's script stinks, and we're not even in it!
Well, I just got a script from three hot young writers, eighth graders in fact, it's called 'Buster & Babs Go Hawaiian.'
Hawaii! Oh, I've always wanted to go there! OW!
We'll do it. Thanks!
You know, Stevie hon, I'm available for features.
[Buster yanks her out
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