The cacophony of vehicles were heard on some areas of the British metropolis, known as London. How the place always remain busy with trekking passerbys and some double-deckers roam pass one another. As they all do, there was something going on in the headquarters of everyone's beloved agent from the United Kingdom. The headquarters, which is discreetly designed to look like a red Royal Mail Post box, was stirring up a bit when Danger Mouse was roaming around the main room.
In the living room, we see DM, listening to his theme music in a loop on those earpods connected to a music tablet (very resemblancing to an Ipod) on the rounded mattress. While he bobs his head to it, a familiar hamster in glasses walk into the room and calls him name. "Chief." No response. "Chief?" This frustrates the sidesick as he begins to tap the agent's shoulder. "Oi, chief!" he yells, which he finally got Danger Mouse's attention. The white hero notices him and removes one earbud off his ears. "Oh, hello, Penfold," he greets happily, "What brings you here?" "Hey, chief," the light brown furred pal in a blue dress tux begins to state his business, "Have you seen my those special pair of sunglasses that play online movies? I can't seem to find them anywhere." "Penfold, I haven't seen then since you start watching some movies 4 days in a row," DM shrugged as Penfold scratches his head, feeling confused and defeated. "Perhaps the Professor took it back to do some updates on it?" "That might be possible," the hamster seems to agree, "I'll go see if she is in her lab." He begins to pit-pat away to another room. "I never thought he'd dig into those special spectacles," the mouse chuckles.
Before he can go back to enjoy his music, he hears a static behind him as familiar yet important voice was heard. "D.M! D.M!" The hero jumps up and notices the hologram of his boss, Colonel K. There, the hologram floats about as Danger Mouse salutes to him. "Aw, Colonel, please to see you again!" "DM!" that old critter begins to report, "There has been some panicking reports of some hostile creeps from another planet for the past 2 to 3 weeks!" "Another of those alien invasion type missions?" asked the hero. "Apparently, yes," the bearded colonel nods, "but it appears that we have no trace of any sort of those brutes. Not even our best allies and tracking experts can find them. Even with their advanced gadgets couldn't find a single bloomin' blighter." "Hmm...." the bold agent begins to rub his chin, "That does sound rather challenging." But then he got up and smiles. "But have no fear, Colonel! Pretty soon, I'll find out how to find those brutes and where can we trace them!" "I know I could count on you," the colonel chuckled, "Be on the lookout. Some say that they are all around us. That would mean not to trust any stranger at all! Keep close. Later then, D.M. and good luck!" Then the static fades away. Danger Mouse begins to place the device aside and begins to think. "Hm.... not even out advanced gadgets could not find them," he remembers what his boss pointed out. "Well, that's a bummer for my eye patch then. Looks like I gotta have use all my wits in order to save the world again..."
Just outside of the headquarters, we see Penfold walking out of the entrance, looking disappointed. "Not even Squawkencluck has seen them." He moans sadly as he sits near the gutter. "If only I knew where I placed those sunglasses." As he sits there, we see a tall leopard in a red vest, some bell bottom jeans, and some hot sneakers with a pair of shiny sunglasses. As it beams a glare, it captured the hamster's attention. As he sees that leopard walk away, he wonders if those are the exact pair he is looking for. "Oi, excuse me!" he yells as he begins to follow the leopard, "Are those the kind of glasses that play online movies?" As he follows the nonchalant feline, he is getting no answer from him. "Are you listening to me?" his brows begin to lift with suspicion. "Hello!" he yells at that leopard, beginning to feel more annoyed. Just then, he had it. He jumps up and grabs onto the leopard's head. "Oi, what's the big, bloomin' idea, yah scurvy imp!?" the leopard roared in surprise. "Gimme back those glasses, you thief!" yelled Penfold as he reaches for the sunshades. While those two fight, the leopard suddenly lost his footing.
The leopard was a bit dazed from his fall while Penfold was seeing some bit of stars while having those sunglasses on his one paw. He shakes his head and smiles to see that he has retrieve them. "Serves you right sneaking up into our headquarters and steal these online-movie-watching sunglasses!" huffed the victorious hamster. But before he put those sunglasses on, he begins to ask to himself, "I wonder if they have a preview for a movie trailer based on Giraffe Warrior coming soon." So he puts them on and then suddenly, he gasped in surprise. What he is seeing through those glasses are not menus to some online free movie menu. Instead, it was like looking through a regular sunglasses, expect everything is monochrome. While all of London is in black, white, and gray, he notices one of the nearby billboards that have different advertisements. There were words like "Beware", "Execute Order", "We Are Onto You", and many more phrases that sound like something from a propaganda. "Wha....." he mutters in surprise. Just then, he looks back at the leopard and he yells in a high pitched tone, "Oh, crumbs!" With those shades on, it appears that leopard's face was all a pale-white face with no eyes, nose, or lips (which exposes it fangs). That leopard gets up and holds his head, moaning, "Oh, what happened...?" Feeling terrifying, the startled hamster begins to worriedly shriek at the top of his lungs and starts to run away. As he disappears, the leopard regained consciousness and realizes that the hamster is gone with the pair. "Oh, crumpets..." he mutters, realizing what just happened.
"CHIEF!" Danger Mouse could hear Penfold's shriek coming inside the headquarters. He turns around fast and notices that hamster pal of his in those sunglasses. "Penfold, you've found those.... OOF!" he couldn't finish his sentence when Penfold hugs tightly on him. "Chief! It's horrible! There are these signs everywhere! Like terrible commands from some tyrant! And there was a leopard who has no skin or fur at all! I think we're under attack!" "Penfold, Penfold!" yelled Danger Mouse as he tries to get the hamster off of him. "Calm down now!" He suddenly takes those sunglasses off of him as he gives him that look like a disciplining parent. "Penfold, what did I tell you about watching those scary movies?" "But I didn't watch any scary movies!" the hamsters protested, "I really did saw what I've looked through those glasses!" "Seriously," the skeptical hero rolled his eyes, "you always imagine such horrible things while the Colonel has informed us that some aliens are out there and we have no idea where to find them!" Danger Mouse looks at those pair, wondering if this was movie one that Penfold must've found. He also wondered if Penfold saw some scary movie or is he telling the truth. "I am not imagining all this!" the poor sidekick said. "If you are seriously watching something horrifying, then you must be..." He didn't finish his sentence when he put those glasses on.
"What on Earth!?" he reacts, "why is everything black and white? Is this some B-rated movie?" He asked as he turns around and then looks at the big window. He notices those billboards said the same thing. "Beware." "Execute Order", "We Are Onto You", "Rest And Multiply", and all the others. "This isn't the online movie sunglasses!" the mouse said in surprise. He looks down and notice some of the passing individuals have no skin or fur. "Good grief!" the digusted mouse muttered in surprise. "I told you I'm not making this up!" Penfold huffs, "I haven't even watch any scary movies since the Beware The Mudman!" Danger Mouse finally took off those glasses and looks shocked and convinced. "Penfold, what you have just found is the very thing we need!" "What?" the confused hamster asked. Just then, Danger Mouse grabbed his pal's paw and pulls him along. "Oh!" "Quick, Penfold!" the hero said, "To the lab!"
Inside the busy lab of Professor Squawkencluck, we see that the two were already with the professor. There, the slim hen in pony-tailed red hair, glasses and a lab coat, looking into this strange pair of spectacles. "I dunno how Penfold did it," Danger Mouse begins to talk, "but he manages to find the very thing that might help us." "These aren't the same pair that you have borrowed, Penfold," the hen said as she scrutinizes the pair, looking around every angle of it, "But this is one odd pair." "I dunno what on Earth is going on!" the baffled and serious Penfold said. "I thought that leopard might've stolen it!" "Did you say a leopard was wearing one?" Squawkencluck asked him. "Yes," nodded the hamster. "I clobber him down, thinking that he swiped the movie glasses." "Did his face have no skin and fur like one of those outside!?" Danger Mouse asked. "Yes," nodded the hamster, "But please tell what's going on here!" "Penfold," Danger Mouse begins to explain while the professor pulls out a screwdriver. "The Colonel has told me that there is an alien invasion going on. He said that reports indicate that there is no luck of finding out who is who and where can we track them. Our gadgets have no chance to find them either." "But with this kind of pair," the hen said as she finishes with the screwing, "They look like they are from that alien life form. With these, we can be able to track down every one of these brutes and expose them!" "But how are we going to convince the public?" the hamster wondered, "Suppose those whole world thinks that we have gone crackers and sparking some riot?!" "I'll have to dig deeper into the glasses to find out where they connect to," the hen said as she takes those shades. "This will take me a while, so you two go out and find out if there are other freaks that are wearing one of these. They might be some guards that are keeping the aliens from being revealed to the public. We might need more of them. I'll inform the Colonel about this discovery." "Come, Penfold," D.M said as he begins to head out of the lab, "We got to find more of those glasses." "Coming, chief!" the hamster said as he races after the chief.
Soon, they got into the Mark IV Danger Car and out they go with a zoom. As they are high in the sky, Danger Mouse was looking on his side while steering the car while Penfold looks on his side. "We cannot tell if all of London are aliens, but if we can find some out of place characters who are wearing those kind of sunglasses, we might be able to track them down." "That's going to be a bit tricky, chief," Penfold states with some concern. "I understand, Penfold," the driving rodent nodded, "but it never hurts to try." Just then, he spots something going on near an alley on the other side of town. Some police cars pointing at the entrance of the alley. "Penfold, something is happening over there!" D.M. begins to turn the Mark IV downward as they land on the other side of the alley, which was blocked with a bricked wall.
As they exit out, they walked around the neighborhood and spot the 3 police cars. They approach closer to it until they begin to hear some grunts and punches coming from the alley. Suddenly, coming out of the alley was a fat hippopotamus cop who was carrying a panicking cocker spaniel in a black suit, blown slacks, and some orange loafers. He was wearing some red eyeglasses. Leading the way was a frog officer and a female giraffe officer. There, the spaniel was barking at the top of his voice, "Open your blooming eyes and ears! We are in grave danger! Them brutes are all around us! Them blackguards are out there, controlling the public while pretending to be us! WAKE UP, YOU BLOOMING FOOLS! I AM NOT CRAZY!" His voice was cut off when he was throw inside one of the cars and shut it right up. "Blimey, that cocker Spaniel must of cracked,' stated the hippo, adjusting his constable cap. "Not only disturbing the peace," the frog croaked, 'but starting up some outrageous riot." "Forget putting him in jail," the giraffe huffs, "Put him in the nuthouse!" "You mean the Arkwright Asylum?" the hippo asked. "Yeah, because this mutt is barking the wrong tree." The cops got ready to get back on their cars and begin to ride away with the poor spaniel as their sirens went off. As they disappear, Penfold and Danger Mouse got close to the alley. "The poor lad," the hamster said, having sympathy for that dog. "He was only telling the truth and yet the whole public thinks that he has gone nuts." "Well, he will be later pardoned once we have those brutes exposed with pure evidence." Danger Mouse said, "But I wonder why he keeps referring to them as 'them'. Has he forgot proper English?" "Chief, look!" Penfold said as he points at the alley. On the middle of the ground, nearby a speedy waste bin was a pair of sunglasses. Probably the same one the leopard had. "There's one of those shades now!" "Perfect, Penfold!" D.M. begins to pace up to get to the glasses. "We've got it!" the proud mouse said while Penfold smiles to see that his hero has it.
"And we got YOU!" A voice was heard from behind them. They turned around and notices a gang of 3 animals were blocking the only entrance in and out of the alley. There was a punk-looking hare who has spiked braces, a black shirt with a skull of a cattle, a pair of pants that its sleeves were torn to make it short, and has cleats. Between him were a gray French poodle in a business suit and a pig in a green T-shirt, some brown slacks, and some black loafers. The poodle and the pig were wearing those exact same sunglasses, expect the hare, which might be the one who placed that pair on the ground for a bait. "Oh, heck..." Penfold mutters. "Heck will soon come to you indeed, pipsqueak," the hare growled, "now that you have found out our secret from one of our kind's glasses!" "You're not going to get away with this, punks!" D.M. said to those crooks as Penfold hides behind him. "You're making a big mistake for bumping into our business, yah rogue..." the poodle huffed in a very think, Cockney accent. "Let's get 'em, boyos..." snort the pig.
So the tough trio begins to charge right at the trapped twosome. Just then Danger Mouse quickly jumps and kicks the chin of the pig with his right foot. Not only that, but he has hand over the poodle's head, which blinds the mutt for a bit. Penfold was covering himself with a tin lid of the trash bin as that hare tries to move that shield off of hamster. "Eek!' the hamster squealed as the hare lifts the lid. He shakes the lid violently, but Penfold's tenacity or grip was so strong that he isn't even slipping out. "Hang in there, Penfold!" Danger Mouse yells as he took down the hog. The poodle runs up to him with a switchblade and charges right at our hero. Danger Mouse then reaches something into his pocket near his red belt. Before that blade could ever get any close, D.M. pulls out an open spice bottle and quickly douses that poodle with some blue powder. "HEY!" the poodle muttered. While he was coughing and sputtering the powder that got into his mouth, Danger Mouse took this opportune time to strike. He punches the poodle's stomach and the side of his face. From that, the poodle begins to feel very dizzy. He then slumps to the ground as he begins to sleep away. While that was being taken care of, once more, he hears Penfold yelling, "CHIEF!" He sees that Penfold is still holding onto the lid while the hare still attempts to shake him off of it. Danger Mouse then takes the switchblade and closes it right back up. Next, he tosses the closed switchblade, clobbering the back of the hare's head. "OW!" he yells as he lets go of the lid. While the hamster still hangs onto the lid, he looks over to see what that blackguard was going to do next. The hare turns his attention on D.M., growling, "You're dead meat!" The hamster then remembers the lid he's holding onto. He had a thought of what to do with it. "Hey, dumb bunny!" Penfold calls on the hare as he throws that lid like a Frisbee. "What did you call me, pip..." The lid struck his face before he could even call Penfold a pipsqueak. While the hare was stunned by it, Danger Mouse splashes the same blue powder at him. "Ack!' the rabbit yells. Suddenly, he loses consciouness and falls to the ground.
The fight was over and all the crooks were taken down. Danger Mouse spread the blue powder on the pig so that way, he won't be awake for a while. "Crumbs, those guys really pick up such a nasty fight," commented Penfold as he walks near the mouse. "Thankfully, I had my Sleeping Powder with me," D. M. said as he plugs the bottle and places it back inside his pocket. "Let's hope they won't wake up in the next 30 minutes," muttered D.M.'s pal. "Klaatu barada nikto..." the gray poodle muttered in his sleep. "Well, since these brutes had those sunglasses with them, we might as well take them." "Right-O, chief!" agreed the hamster as they took all 3 sunglasses. "Now, let's head back to Mark VI before..."
"Danger Mouse!" a familiar American voice was heard. They turned around and notices a notable mouse. Aside Danger Mouse as the top secret agent that's from the United Kingdom, there was Jeopardy Mouse, the other greatest agent from the United States of America. That familiar tan-furred female mouse in bluish purple hair with a purple streak who is dressed in a nice pink spandex-like suit with white stripes that cupped her arms and made an upside V-like design on her torso. Not to mention that sea green blue bloos and that belt with a turquoise J. She walks to him as Danger Mouse was pleased to see another person here. "Aw, Jeopardy, so glad you can..." "What are you doing here!?" she yells at him. "We're in a bigger crisis while you are taking down some common criminals!" "But these aren't..." Jeopardy kept on going, which was why Danger Mouse couldn't speak up. "How can you focus something so trivial while we have some aliens on the loose!?" that American agent rolled her eyes as she rants right there. "But these are!" D.M. tried to get that complaining rodent to hear him. "They look nothing like aliens!" Jeopardy huffs, "Can't believe that you got unprofessional things to do while we are..." While she goes on with her overbearing rant, she wasn't aware that Danger Mouse was behind her. Having those glasses ready, he places them over Jeopardy's eyes. "Hey!" she yells as she opens her eyes and she realizes that everything was gray, black and white. "Danger Mouse, is this one of your tricks...?" she responds as she looks back at the unconscious bodies of the hare, the poodle, and the pig. She gags in disgust to see that their faces have no skin and fur. She takes off those glasses and sees those brutes in skin and fur. "What!?" she reacts, placing those back on and see them with no skin and fur. "They are not from here," D. M. informs her. When she looks up, she notices that Danger Mouse and Penfold look normal and healthy, even though they are in the monochrome screening. "What kind of sunglasses are these?" she asks, looking at the two. "Those are glasses that are made by the aliens who are trying to keep track with their own kind while going undercover from the public." Penfold answered. "They are especially worn by some guards who are preventing us from knowing the truth." "Thankfully," Danger Mouse included, "the Professor has informed the Colonel.' "Then, they should share it to the other agents," Jeopardy concluded as she takes those sunglasses off.
"Jeopardy!" she hears a static voice. She looks behind her and sees a hologram of her boss, General Schwartznut. "Jeopardy, reporting for duty, sir!" she salutes. "Jeopardy," the mustached, buffed squirrel begins to inform her as he adjusts his green collar. "Our allies have discovered the way how to track those hidden aliens. Colonel K told us that Professor Squawkencluck looked into a pair of sunglasses that seem to expose our enemy. She has detected a location where it enables the programmed disguises of those space freaks. There is a broadcaster somewhere in London that, too, is designed to look like something that is less suspicious." "I can see that," Jeopardy said, "Thanks to Danger Mouse and his sidekick, they have managed to find more of those sunglasses. We can use them to be on the look out of those aliens." "Perfect!" the American general smiled. "Keep on the look out and check on your secret watches. The Colonel has said that there is a map that will guide you all to the broadcaster. Go right to it and destroy it so we can finally reveal our enemy!" "Got it, sir!" she salutes. "Signing out!" The hologram disappeared suddenly. She then turns back to the boys, smiling. "Are we ready, boys?" "As ready as you are," chuckled the British spy while Penfold smiles hopefully.
Danger Mouse, Penfold, and Jeopardy Mouse got out of the alley with those sunglasses on them. They look like a small yet one cool, tough gang of three with those shades on. Jeopardy looks around in those shades and posts those propaganda posters and seeing some differences between the real civilians and the fake ones. Remembering that the one with no skin or fur are the aliens, the female mouse was glad to identify the real freaks. "Sheesh," reacted the American spy, "These freaks are everywhere. I'm surprised nobody, but us, are aware that they are around." "Let's not comment any longer, Jeopardy," D. M. said to her. "We got to get back to the Mark VI to find the broadcaster." She and Penfold agreed as she said, "Right. Now let's go chew some gum and kick tail!" "Only except, we don't have any bubblegum at all," the hamster mentions before they all ran off.
The Mark VI zooms in the air as Danger Mouse was taking the wheel. Penfold was at the back seat and Jeopardy was on the passanger sear next to D. M. as she has her secret watch out. She checks out the map that was just out by the agency, showing the whole chart-like map of London. Just then, a question came up to her. "Say, how did the Professor got the data on those glasses?" "I clobber down a jaguar who was wearing them," answered the hamser. "You did?" Jeopardy was quite surprised that it was him to later found the very key. "Yes," nodded the hamster. "You see, the professor has made one pair that looks like the one the jaguar was wearing. It's very special one. You can watch online movies in them." "Really now?" the American lady chuckled. "Indeed, if it weren't for Penfold, we would never found out where to find those aliens and their broadcaster." Danger Mouse smiled warmly as his loyal and useful sidekick. "Once this mission is over, you deserve most of the credit for making this success possible," complimented Jeopardy before her secret watch was beeping like mad. On the map, it appears that they are zooming along the River Thames. "It seems like the broadcaster is somewhere close," the American female mouse said as she keeps looking at the map. "If it's in the most obvious spot, I would name it the clock tower." Danger Mouse chuckled, just to imagine the most cliche-like spot. "I'm getting a reading!" Jeopardy said seeing a red dot on the map, which the yellow triangle (which represents the Mark VI) is heading close to. "And it's leading us right to..." Before she could finish her sentence, Danger Mouse blurted out, "I know it! I called it!" Looking up on the windshield, they are approaching towards the icon of London, the Big Ben aka the Elizabeth Tower.
As soon as they are getting close to the famous ticking spire, Jeopardy begins to tell more. "According to here, it sez that the broadcaster is right on the tip of the clock tower. It's disguising itself as a cross on the top!" "Some freak must've replaced the real on that's at the top with that broadcaster!" Danger Mouse concluded. "Then we must shot it down!" Jeopardy finally said.
Sounds of bullets from a machine gun were heard. "Crumbs!" Penfold peeped as everyone turned to where that shooting was coming from. Coming this way were 3 helicopters with two pilots in each chopper. One drives while the other one shoots with a machine gun. There was a pilot zebra and a shooting jaguar in Helicopter 1, there was a pilot goat and a shooting hedgehog in Helicopter 2, and there was pilot alligator and a shooting jaguar (the same one Penfold clobber down) in Helicopter 3. "Looks like they have found out that we know what the whole public doesn't know!" suggested Danger Mouse. "Then, one of us will have to take them down while one goes up the top!" the lady then mentions. "How about you go up the tower this time?" D. M. suggested. "I've been in and out of the landmark of London more than once though." "I am happy to take this honor, Danger Mouse," she said as Danger Mouse begins to shoot out missiles at one of the helicopters.
Because they were target-locked missiles, the first one manages to struck Helicopter 1. The second missile came out and took down the propeller and the top of Helicopter 2. Because those were the only missiles the flying vechile had, there will have to be a different plan of attack. The Mark VI was now at the level where the face of the clock is. "Looks like this is my spot!" Jeopardy said as she notices that the window is opening all the way up. With the whole roof open, she unbuckles her seat belt and jumps high in the sky. In midair, she activates some leather wings that were added into her suit. She then dives down and goes in the middle, causing her to glide towards the roof of the Elizabeth Tower. While aiming right at it, she activates her gloves and boots that had some strong plunger-like domes. By the time she hits the roof, the plungers plugged onto the surface. She has made it, but she still has a few yards. So the female American climbs up the roof with those plungers sucking and letting go from each step closer.
While she tries to get closer, Helicopter 3 was flying away from the Mark VII (which the roof was closed right back up). "Oi, we got to go after that broad before she gets to the broadcaster!" the jaguar yelled. "We could, if we get these bloody pests out of our way." the cold-blooded pilot protested. "Penfold, we've got to stop them before they would get a chance to shot Jeopardy down!" D.M. said. "But we're already out of missiles!" Penfold reminded him. "Then, we'll just have to toss some granades at them," the hero suggested as he reaches into the small storage container just in the middle of the two seats. Once he did, at first, he though he had a grenade in his palm. But instead, it turns out to be a large mason jar of black cherry jam. "Penfold," the unimpressed mouse begins to question his partner, "Why is there a jar of black cherry jam in this container?" "Heh heh...' the guilty hamster chuckled with a shrug, "I thought we might have a small snack during our mission." "Well, you forgot to bring in toasted bread," he responded back to him. "Oh, crumbs, you're right," the hamster slapped his face, "I DID forgot to bring in bread along with us." Just then, an incredible inkling came to our agent. "Say, Penfold," he begins to speak, "I think you might have given me some really convenient after all." "What's that?" the hamster wondered. The roof was beginning to open. This lead Penfold to a worried feeling about what Danger Mouse is about to do. "Um, Chief...." he begins to protest about what D. M. is about to do. While Penfold explains his declination of this idea, D. M. was busy, adjusting his range and his maiming. Once he has it right at the zooming chopper that is facing on the side, Danger Mouse hollered, "JAM AWAY!" He tosses it right out while Penfold yells, "MY JAM.........!!!" That jar was heading towards the open door where the shooter is.
The glass hit the machine gun as jam covers the jaguar. The jam also got onto the steering wheel, which the alligator was taking control of the helicopter. "Ah, sticky jam!" yelled the jaguar. "It's sticking onto my fur!" He tries to lick it off, but there was a lot that were covering him. The jam that got onto the controls was short-fusing the circuits. It zapped and sparkled as the gator yells in terror. With that being done, the helicopter was doing in circle while zooming down.
It crashed onto the waters of the River Thames near the Westminister Bridge. And then, a big explosion took place afterwards. Danger Mouse sees the smoke coming from there as he yells, "Yes!" He then notices Penfold, trying to look over with those big puppy eyes of sadness. Danger Mouse didn't mean to hurt his feelings. He begins to speak to the poor lad. "I'm sorry, Penfold. I know how much you love jam, but your jam has manage to take out those blighters, which they won't shoot at us or Jeopardy. Your jam oughta be a hero's jam." The way how he puts it really caught the depressed hamsters attention. "A 'hero's jam'?" he asked, beginning to wipe away those tears. "Yes, indeed," nodded the smiling mouse. "In fact, you are a hero this whole entire time, too. We oughta hold a victory party with all of your best jam!" How that made the hamster blush with happiness. "Aw, chief..." he smiles with a chuckle, "You are so kind."
They heard Jeopardy's shriek from the top. She was, in fact, at the top. She was close to the Juvenile on top of Big Ben, but she was being grabbed by an angry rat in a white T-shirt, some black slacks, boots, and has a brown, shaggy hair. His claws were grabbing onto Jeopardy's reaching hand that was close to the cross-designed broadcaster. She struggles to break loose, but the grip was too strong. "Let go of me, you dirty rat!" she yells at him. "You're only making your funeral too early if you dare," hissed the rat. "It's a long way down the down. Unless if I..." He begins to use his other claw to slash her face. She gasps to see this about to happen. Just then, during this moment, the big hand on the Elizabeth Tower just ticked to 12 while the little hand was pointing at 1. One of the hammers hit one of its ancient yet gargantuan bells with a big...
Because that the two were on top of the tower, the chime was enormously loud where they're at. It made the rat and Jeopardy quiver. Sadly, the rat begins to lose his balance as he absent-mindedly uses his other claw to grab onto the broadcaster. Jeopardy lose hers and falls off the edge while holding onto the rat's arm. This jerk with their weight caused the juvenile-looking broadcaster to bent down. And then....
It was broken off. Once that was disconnected, the rat and Jeopardy begins to slip down the slope of the roof while screaming as if their time is about to come. But as soon as they reach over the edge, Jeopardy falls first as the rat lets her go. She screams during her fail until she shortly lands on something soft. She sees herself and looks around. She was back on the passanger seat on the Mark VI with the roof opened all the way. Danger Mouse smiles at her, noticing that scared moment of this so called "greatest" secret agent from America. But that didn't last when the rat's shriek came in. D.M., Jeopardy, and Penfold looked over the side and watches that rat fall down with the broadcaster. He holds onto it as he falls directly into the filthy and cold waters of the River Thames. Due to the long distance of the fall and the impact was so great, it blasted that broadcaster right away!
Now that the broadcaster has been off of the Elizabeth Tower and is completely destroy, the whole world begins to see the difference. Somewhere in Buckingham Palace, we see the imperial hallway where there was a row of the Queen's guards already in position. Walking down this hallway was Her Majesty, who appears to be an elderly yet cute Pembroke Welsh Corgi for the kingdom's Queen. There, she graciously walks down with her lovely blue dress, a red scarfe, some gracous jewel necklace, her glasses, and most of all, her illustrious crown. All the guards remain still as she walks pass them. However, when she reaches to the last guard, the Queen stops for a moment. She turns and notices that the last guard's face has no skin and no fur. All a place white face, but no eyes, no eyes, nothing. It looked a lot like a skull. "Oh, oh, my," the monarch gasped. "Is there something wrong, your Highness?' the exposed yet unaware alien asked. The guards turned to see what was troubling the Queen and they, too, were startled from the freak. "Guards!" she begins to yell a command, "Seize this phony at once!" The real royal guards quickly pounced onto the revealed creep. Curses and hollers were heard during this ordeal.
"The whole world is in a panic," a news reporter was announcing on the news, "All the corners of the world have discovered that the aliens were in fact here! They were disguising themselves perfectly like ordinary people until something expose them. Colonel K and General Schwartznut both claimed that they used a broadcaster on the juvenile and cross that was on top of London's iconic clock tower. They say that they have the program to conceal their true identity while having some special sunglasses to find their own kind! But thanks to Danger Mouse, his sidekick, Penfold, and Jeopardy, they have managed to find the broadcaster, destroy it, and revealing the creeps. Already, people are beginning to fight off the aliens. They throw rocks at them, kicking them out in clubs, and even chasing them out. Even Her Majesty has one disguising as one of ther Royal Guards taken down. All of the aliens seem to be escaping from all the people in the world who are fighting for self defense..."
As a matter of fact, during this time, all the freaks begin to zap away and zoom out of Earth like a shooting star. With that, the last freak was zapped away and scurrying upward in the void. Everybody around the globe begin to cheer with victory. Even in London, everyone was celebrating. Somewhere in the famous metropolis in England, there was big event taking place in a public park. A huge ceremony was being held as there were lots of tables that are displaying cake, ice cream, and even some of Penfold's home-made jam and marmalade. There were all the familiar faces there. There was Colonel K, General Schwartznut, the Queen, Professor Squawkencluck, that cocker spaniel (who seems to be released for telling the truth about those aliens in the first place) and many others. On the main table, we see Danger Mouse, Penfold, and Jeopardy. As everyone was having a wonderful time for their victory party and an honorary celebration of the heroic deed of those three, Danger Mouse and Jeopardy were all looking at the hamster. "Penfold, you have done the most on this mission," D.M. said to his pal, who was enjoying his strawberry jam sandwich. "We are all proud of you," Jeopardy smiled, patting the hamster. He gulps his mouthful and then blushes very warmly, "Aw, shucks, I don't know what to say... I'm awfully speechless..." "Amazing job zere, little one," a familiar, old, tired voice was heard.
The three knows that voice anyway. Danger Mouse turns to the right side was his long arch nemesis. It was the same old toad in a purple tux dress and has a white furry caterpillar pet. It was Baron Silas Greenback and his pet, Nero. "The Baron!" gasped Jeopardy. "What are you doing here?" asked D. M. "Hey, I just zought I'd join in ze fun." He gives his caterpillar a sandwich that has blueberry jam. "I admit. I had a problem of mine own vile zose freaks were even in my lair. I, too, have heard small news of aliens being here, but never figured out who. It vas a mad goose chase. But after zat broadcaster zey have mentioned, me und my men vere able to take down zose imposters! So anyvay, I sought zis time, I'd put aside my evil schemes and enjoy ze celebration." It may be odd to hear that from a toad who is hellbent on world domination, but it was somewhat nice that he is giving it a rest on this reasonable occasion. "You z'ree enjoy your victory vile it lasts," the Baron said as he begins to sound wicked again, "Because sooner or later, I vile be back in business. So expect me sooner or later, Danger Mouse." He tops it off with his evil laughter, even his pet joins in. They continue to laugh as they walk away to enjoy the fun.
Just then, while Danger Mouse and Jeopardy glanced where that villain went off to, Penfold begins to break the ice. "But I really to say, speaking of how I manage to find the key to bust those aliens, whatever happened to those online movie sunglasses?" Danger Mouse then remembers those glasses from the very beginning. He, too, wonders where it was. Meanwhile, somewhere in space, on a gray planet on the other side of the galaxy (far away), there was one alien was wearing some sunglasses. In one stone carved building, which has some carved writing of some incoherent and baffling alien writing, was the leopard-like alien who was looking through them in his messy bedroom. He looks entertained by it as he speak in a normal voice, "Whoa! That trailer for that upcoming Giraffe Warrior movie is awesome! I can't wait to see it when it's released online!"
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