(scene opens up with the channel intro playing out as usual, with Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem revealed to be playing the instruments coming from the background. Film-noir-like movie clips appear in the background, right before the 2020 Alec Thaggard channel logo appears. The word "presents" pops up onscreen and disappears.)

(The review starts in a cartoony way, with Isabella, Phineas, Lightning, Mike, SpongeBob, Roger, and Benny in the background. The title "My Review of Who Framed Roger Rabbit" appears.)

  • Alec: Greetings, Citizens of Toontown, this is Alec Thaggard here to review the memorable live action/animated movie of all time.
  • Isabella: Hi, guys. Whatcha doin'? It's me, Isabella Garcia-Shapiro. You know, I am so ready for this!
  • Phineas: Hey, guys! I’m Phineas, and I know what we're gonna do today!
  • Isabella: (cutely) Hey, Phineas. Whatcha doin'?
  • Phineas: Hey, Isabella. We're gonna talk about the movie about a cartoon rabbit and a private detective.
  • Isabella: Sounds fun! It's really cool to do it.
  • Lightning: Hey, guys, Lightning McQueen here. You know what? They just got back!
  • Isabella: (to Lightning) Yes. Yes they did.

(Phineas and Lightning laugh)

  • Mike: Hello, this is Mike Wazowski.
  • Roger Rabbit: Roger Rabbit, P-p-p-pleased to help you.
  • Benny: So, you call a cab or what? Hey, how ya doin'? I'm Benny.

(SpongeBob's shoes can be heard squeaking)

  • Isabella: What's that?
  • Lightning: Yeah.
  • Phineas: Yeah, what is that?
  • SpongeBob: Oh, hello. It's me, SpongeBob.
  • Isabella: So, did you guys decide what movie to talk about today?
  • Others: Yeah!
  • Alec: Yup. Today, we wanna talk about (title card shows up) Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
  • Others: Yaaaay!
  • Mike: You better believe it.
  • Alec: The plot revolves around Roger Rabbit…
  • Roger Rabbit: That's me.
  • Alec: …who is framed for the murder of Marvin Acme.
  • Mike: It's that a joke? Tell me you're joking.
  • Alec: So he seeks help from private eye detective, Eddie Valiant, to catch the real culprit red handed.
  • Isabella: What color was his hands now?

(SpongeBob laughs)

  • Phineas: (imitates James Bond) That, my friend, is classified information.
  • Alec: I love the characters, like Roger himself, his wife, Jessica Rabbit, Eddie Valiant, Baby Herman, and definitely Benny the Cab.
  • Benny: (offscreen) It was just a couple of miles.
  • Alec: If you were kids, you'd remember being scared of this evil dude, played by Christopher Lloyd, who was also Dr. Emmett Brown from another Robert Zemeckis movie, Back to the Future.
  • Isabella: Wow, he's good!
  • Phineas: I know, right?
  • Lightning: Yeah, no kidding!
  • SpongeBob: (laughing) I love this guy!
  • Alec: Forgot to mention that this is last film for Stubby Kaye, who played Marvin Acme. And Alan Tilvern, as R.K. Maroon.
  • SpongeBob: (offscreen) He kinda reminds me of Mr. Krabs.
  • Alec: Now what else am I gonna talk about this movie?
  • Roger Rabbit: I think you should show them everything, does the animation or the sound effects for the toons, maybe show them who made the movie! I really hope my idea helped you.
  • Alec: Thank you, Roger.
  • Isabella: You got it.
  • Alec: The film became a critical and financial success, Amazing visual effects by making the cartoon characters look real as possible, it's all thanks to Industrial Light & Magic. For example, in this scene where Roger was about to take a drink, a robotic arm is actually holding the glass. In fact, anything that the toons are holding are done by robot arms and floating props with puppet strings attached
  • Mike: Whoa! I don't believe it!
  • Isabella: Isn't it kind of impossible?
  • Phineas: Some might say.
  • Alec: (Talking to Roger and Benny) Let's not forget about Your voice actor, Charles Fleischer.
  • Roger Rabbit: Jumpin' jeepers!
  • Alec: Yes, he wears his homemade costume of you everyday on the set while doing your voice.
  • Charles Fleischer: (As Roger Rabbit, side by side with the stand in and finished film) P-p-p-please, Raoul. I can give you stars! Just drop the refrigerator on my head one more time!
  • Alec: Heck, when the live action actors talk and interact with the toons, there's these full sized foam rubber stand-ins of Baby Herman, the weasels, and you Roger. And sometimes they have to do all those takes again, but with nothing but empty space this time.
  • Lightning: That's what I'm talking about!
  • Alec: In the driving scenes with Benny the Cab here, Mr. Hoskins drives a go-kart skeleton with a real driver in back.
  • Benny: Sister Mary Francis!
  • Phineas: Fantastic Motoring!
  • Alec: All the animators rotoscope the hand drawn animation over the live action shots. There were no computers used.
  • Lightning: What?!
  • Alec: Yet! No computers used yet. The cells of this film are 82,080 of them.
  • Candace: There were so many of them.
  • Isabella: I know.
  • Alec: Not to mention, this the ultimate cartoon crossover with awesome-est cameos like Betty Boop, Dumbo, the Penquin waiters from Mary Poppens and more. and the first time Disney and Warner Bros. collaborate together.
  • Mike: But I spotted several big mistakes.
  • Alec: Oh yeah. I forgot about the adult jokes.

(Record scratches)

  • Isabella and Phineas: Eww!
  • Roger Rabbit: (Gulp) Don't tell me you lost your sense of humor already.
  • Lightning: What? No! Are you kidding!
  • Alec: Unfortunately, the guy who played Eddie who goes by the name, Bob Hoskins, passed away six years ago.
  • Isabella: (hurt by what happened) What?!
  • SpongeBob: (hurt) But- but, why?
  • Alec: Parkinson's disease, that's why.
  • Phineas: (Gasp)
  • Alec: And animation director, Richard Williams, died last year too.
  • SpongeBob: (crying like crazy)
  • Isabella: I just don't know what to do. (crying)
  • Roger Rabbit: (sadly) P-p-p-please.
  • Lightning: (shocked) No. No. No,no,no,no!

(Record scratches again)

  • Alec: Wait! Wait! Wait! This rabbit received four Academy Awards.
  • Roger Rabbit: Smart guy there.
  • SpongeBob: This…is…great!


  • Stitch: (cackles)
  • Alec: Stitch, stop wrecking my house! Anyway, that's the end of my review of Who Framed Roger Rabbit, next time we'll be in Hawaii to review Lilo & Stitch.
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