Boog, a domesticated 900lb. Grizzly bear, finds himself stranded in the woods 3 days before Open Season. Forced to rely on Elliot, a fast-talking mule deer, the two form an unlikely friendship and must quickly rally other forest animals if they are to form a rag-tag army against the hunters.
Elliot is now slightly older, as his antler grew back. See more »
Bob, keep your hands off Mama's warm buns. They still need to cool. You stay put, Mr. Weenie, Mama's gonna go skinny dipping.
There's nothing skinny about Mama.
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In this special DVD extra on the open season DVD Boog and Elliot try to steel some freshly baked buns from a man and his dopey wife while they are taking a swim in the lake. But when Boog and Elliot find out that there dog named (Mr. Weenie) is guarding the buns,Boog hooks Elliot up to some kind of fishing wire and lifts Elliot down to grab the buns (not to mention that Boog reminds Elliot to grab him a bun with nuts) But when Elliot starts goofing off some of his drool falls on Mr.Weenie he wakes up and starts to bite Elliot. Can Boog and Elliot successfully avoid the dog with a sack of freshly baked buns, or will they get caught by Mr. Weenies owners and have the police be called on them.
I'm not going to reveal the rest of the short film you'll just have to go rent/buy/borrow the open season DVD and see the rest for yourself. You know I'm actually very curious how this short film was given a MPAA movie rating. PG for suggestive humor it says on this website. I mean don't you think it's strange that a short film has an MPAA movie rating I mean can anyone find another short film with an MPAA movie rating on it. I don't think they will but if they do please write a comment for it so I can know the short film.the short film (which can be found on the open season DVD) runs 4 1/2 minutes and it is well worth your time if you're a fan of the movie open season. I rate this one 8/10
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