Mung creates a batch of pancakes, but he, Chowder, and Shnitzel finds them too dry. Mung decides that it needs syrup from an Arborian tree, and plants a seed in the kitchen, which instantly grows into an annoying tree named Arbor. They manage to extract some syrup from him but Chowder finds it awful. Arbor explains that good syrup only come from mature Arborian trees, and they only mature when they are in a comfortable home. Arbor demands that the kitchen is covered with marble columns. Unsuccessful into getting Ms. Endive into telling them where she got her columns from, they end up stealing them from the local Marzipan City bank (which instantly collapses). Arbor then demands that the doorway are greeted by two lion sculptures, which they reluctantly oblige. While Arbor is satisfied, he decides to get input from his family, and another Arborian tree grows in the kitchen. Soon Arbor's family invades Mung's kitchen, outraging Mung. Arbor tricks Mung into thinking that there are good syrups in the broom closet, locking him inside. Soon, Chowder and Shnitzel get locked in (both for refusing to marry Arbor's daughter). Mung thinks up an idea to get rid of the family by going underground, disguising themselves as Arborian trees, and declaring that the kitchen is awful and that it "brings shame to Arborian name". Mung then precedes to tell the family where they can find a new home with more marble columns: Miss Endive's kitchen. The trio are happy to be rid of the Arborians, although Chowder points out that they still haven't gotten the syrup for the dry pancakes. Just then they discover that one Arborian tree haven't left: a tiny, miniature Arbor, who tells them that they know where they can get good syrup.- Written by anonymous
A forest of annoying trees take over Mung Daal's house.- Written by Swedish Cook
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