One morning, a beautiful girl with brown hair that went over her shoulders and was tied in a low pony with a blue ribbon, tendrils around her cheekbones, blue eyes, and fair skin came out of a cottage. She's carrying a dark purple book in her arms and a basket in her hands. She wore a blue dress with a white apron and black flats. Her name was Victoria Rath. As she walked to town, Victoria began to sing.
Victoria: Little town, it's a quiet village; everyday, like the one before... Little town, full of little people waking up to say...
Everyone in town gave a friendly "bonjour" as Victoria walked around the town. She looked over to a crab that waddled as he carried a tray. He was red, wore a blue shirt and purple pants, and had green eyes. That was Mr. Krabs.
Victoria: There goes the baker with his tray like always... The same old bread and rolls to sell; every morning's just the same since the morning that we came to this poor provincial town...
"Morning, Victoria." Mr. Krabs said, walking past Victoria and over to an open window. She walked over and said, "Good morning, monsieur." Mr. Krabs placed the tray down and asked, "Where are ye off to, lass?" Victoria replied with a smile, "The bookshop. I just finished the most wonderful story about a beanstalk and an ogre and-"
Mr. Krabs cut her off and ignored her as he said, "That's nice. SpongeBob, the baguettes! Hurry up!" Victoria shrugged and continued to walk to the bookshop as she passed Sarah and Nazz.
Sarah and Nazz: Look there she goes. That girl is strange, no question! Dazed and distracted. Can't you tell?
Dexter's Mom: Never part of any crowd
Dexter's Dad: 'Cause her head's up on some cloud
All (except Victoria): No denying she's a funny girl, that Victoria
Victoria jumped onto the back of a trolley as it went through town. As it went through town, Stu Pickles was driving it as he went past Blossom.
Blossom: Good day
Stu: How is your family?
Jessica Rabbit walked towards a meat stand that was run by Rolf. The lady smiled, "Bonjour." Rolf looked at Jessica and smiled, "Good day." Jessica walked away and said, "How is your wife?" When she sang that, Rolf received a smack on the head by Dee-Dee. Marge Simpson was carrying Maggie and saw Apu tending chicken eggs. The mother said, "I need six eggs!" Apu looked at the blue-haired lady and said, "That's too expensive!"
Victoria jumped off the trolley safely and sang, "There must be more than this provincial life!" She entered the bookshop to be greeted by a boy with a black hat that looked like a sock, orange shirt, purple shorts, red socks, and blue sneakers; that's Double D. He smiled, "Ah, Victoria!"
"Good morning. I've come to return the book I borrowed." Victoria said, handing the book to the boy. Double D checked the book and asked, "Finished already?" Victoria climbed up a ladder to look at the shelves to find a good book. She said, "Oh, I couldn't put it down. Have you got anything new?"
Double D placed the book on the shelf and shrugged with a small chuckle, "Not since yesterday." Victoria looked over her shoulder and smiled, "That's alright." She took a green book off the shelf and handed it to Double D, "I'll borrow this one." Double D looked at the cover and said to Victoria, "That one? But you've read it twice!"
Victoria smiled as she swung off the ladder, "But it's my favorite! Far off places, daring swordfights, magic spells, and a prince in disguise!" Double D gave a small laugh and handed the book to the 20 year-old saying, "If you like it all that much, it's yours." Victoria walked out and said, "But, sir-" Double D cuts her off and said politely, "I insist." He waved good-bye at her and Victoria smiled as she opened the book, "Oh, thank you! Thank you very much!"
As she was reading, Eddy, Johnny 2x4, and Ed watched her go by.
Eddy, Johnny 2x4, and Ed: Look there she goes, that girl is so peculiar! I wonder if she's feeling well!
Women: With a dreamy far-off look
Men: And her nose stuck in a book
All: What a puzzle to the rest of us is Victoria
Victoria sat on the edge of a fountain as a flock of sheep took a drink and one of the rollie-pollie animals sat next to her. She shows them a picture of a maiden in a pink dress with a mysterious figure, who might be her prince in disguise.
Victoria: Oh, isn't this amazing? It's my favorite part because you'll see! Here's where she meets Prince Charming, but she won't discover that it's him till chapter three.
The sheep scattered when Joseph and his brothers herded them off. Victoria walked past a beauty salon, where Lee Kanker and HIM were at. Lee was getting her hair fixed by HIM. The red devil used his claws to trim Lee's hair and joins in with her.
Lee Kanker: Now it's no wonder that her name means 'victory'; her looks have got no parallel!
HIM: But behind that fair façade, I'm afraid she's rather odd; very different from the rest of us.
All: She's nothing like the rest of us. Yes, different from the rest of us is Victoria
A flock of geese flew overhead and one got shot down when a rifle shot was heard. A man with red hair and glasses, wearing a blue polo shirt, green pants, and shoes ran with a sack open. The dorky man was Carl Chryniszzswics or Carl Shocker. He waited for the dead bird to drop into the sack, but it landed on the ground. He picked the bird up and stuffed it in the sack, then ran towards a buff man with blonde hair that stood up, sunglasses, a black t-shirt, blue pants, and black shoes. The man was Johnny Bravo.
"Wow! You didn't miss a shot, Johnny!" The dorky man exclaimed in excitement, "You're the greatest hunter in the whole world." Johnny blew the gun's top to clear the smoke away and said in a proud voice, "I know." Carl walked with Johnny and said, "No beast alive could stand a chance against you and no girl, for that matter." Johnny pulled Carl into a headlock and pointed, "It's true, Carl. And I've got my sights set on that one."
"Oh, the inventor's daughter?" Carl asked in disbelief.
Johnny said, "You said it, geek boy! She's the one! The lucky girl that I'm gonna marry." Carl dropped to the ground and said, "But she's-" He got cut off as Johnny said, "The most beautiful girl in town."
"I know, but-" Carl said, only to be smacked on the head by Johnny's rifle and was interrupted. Johnny finished, "And that makes her the best." He picked up Carl by his shirt and asked with a bit of venom in his voice, "And don't I deserve the best?" Carl stammered, "W-Well, of course! I mean, you do-" He stopped when Johnny dropped him and started to sing.
Johnny: Right from the moment when I met her, saw her; I said she's gorgeous and I fell... Here in town there's only she, who is beautiful as me, so I'm making plans to woo and marry Victoria...
He picked up his gun and looks at himself in the mirror, then slicks on some gel to make his hair stand out more. Victoria walked past the two men, then Johnny followed her as Sedusa, Miss Keane, and Miss Bellum saw Johnny walking.
Sedusa, Miss Keane, Miss Bellum: Look there he goes. Isn't he dreamy? Monsieur Johnny, oh he's so cute! Be still, my heart; I'm hardly breathing! He's such a tall, dark, strong, and handsome brute!
The girls fainted and got up again, then Johnny spotted Victoria among the crowd.
Stewie Griffin: Bonjour!
Fez: Good day!
Dexter: Mais oui!
Eustace Bagg: You call this bacon?
Cow: What lovely grapes!
I.M. Weasel: Some cheese!
Jimmy: Ten yards!
I.M. Weasel: One pound
Johnny: 'scuse me!
I.M. Weasel: I'll get the knife!
Johnny: Please let me through!
Muriel Bagg: This bread!
Fuzzy Lumpkins: Those fish!
Muriel Bagg: It's stale!
Fuzzy Lumpkins: They smell!
Moe the Bartender: Madame's mistaken!
Victoria: There must be more than this provincial life!
Johnny: Just watch. I'm going to make Victoria my wife!
The townsfolk gathered around Johnny and eventually surrounded him, but that didn't stop him. He went through a door, went inside, and climbed out the window and got onto the roof as he watched Victoria walking.
All: Look there she goes a girl who's strange but special...A most peculiar mademoiselle...It's a pity and a sin; She doesn't quite fit in! But she really is a funny girl; a beauty but a funny girl...She really is a funny girl! That Victoria!
Victoria turned back towards the townsfolk when the song ended. She then shrugged as she continued to read as she walked home. Johnny jumped from the roof with style and stood in front of Victoria. He greeted, "Hello, Victoria." Victoria gave a small glance and said, "Bonjour, Johnny." She walked away, but Johnny snatched Victoria's book and got her attention.
Victoria looked at Johnny and asked in an annoyed tone, "Johnny, may I have my book, please?" She reached for her book, but Johnny dodged her and flipped through the pages as he asked, "How can you read this? There's no pictures!" Victoria folded her arms and shook her head, "Well, some people use their imagination."
"Victoria, it's about time you got your head out of those books," Johnny said as he tossed the book away and it landed in a mud puddle, then Victoria went over to it, "And paid attention to more important things. Like me." Sedusa, Miss Keane, and Miss Bellum sighed and batted their lashes. Victoria picked up the book with her fingers and wiped the cover clean with her apron. Johnny said, "The whole town's talking about it. It's not right for a woman to read. Soon she starts getting ideas and thinking..."
"Johnny, you are positively primeval." Victoria said after she cleaned her book. Johnny smirked, "Why, thank you, Victoria." He places an arm around her shoulders, takes her book, and says, "Hey, whaddya say you and me take a walk over to the tavern and look at my trophies?" Victoria replied, "Maybe some other time."
Miss Keane asked Miss Bellum, "What's wrong with her?"
Miss Bellum replied, "She's crazy!"
"He's gorgeous." Sedusa said.
Victoria takes her book back and moves away from Johnny, "Please, Johnny. I can't. I have to go home and help my father. Good-bye." Carl laughed, "That crazy old loon! He needs all the help he can get!" Johnny laughed with Carl, but Victoria said angrily, "Don't talk about my father that way!" Johnny and Carl stopped laughing, then Johnny turned to Carl and scowled, "Yeah! Don't talk about her father that way!" He bonked Carl on the head.
Victoria placed her book into her basket and said, "My father is not crazy; he's a genius!" As she finished saying that, an explosion could be heard from Victoria's house. She quickly ran home as Johnny and Carl continued to laugh. When Victoria got home, she went to the cellar and opened the door. She got in and there was smoke everywhere. In the middle of the room, a barrel stood upside down. Victoria covered her mouth and coughed as she walked through the smoke.
She called, "Daddy?" After the smoke cleared, a tall man with black hair was wearing a lab coat, black tie, black pants, and shoes. This man was Professor Utonium, Victoria's father; when Victoria's parents died after she was born, Professor Utonium took her in and raised her like his own.
"How on earth did that happen?" Professor muttered. He got out of the barrel, but his underwear was showing and he quickly pulled his pants up. Victoria walked over and asked, "Are you alright, Daddy?" Professor Utonium looked at her and said, "I-I-I'm about ready to give up on this old hunk of junk." With that, he walked over to a contraption of some sort and kicked it.
Victoria shook her head and said, "You always say that." Professor Utonium walked over to her and moaned, "I mean it this time! I'll never get this bone-headed contraption to work!" Victoria had faith in him and said, "Yes, you will! And you'll win first prize at the fair tomorrow." Her adoptive father gave a scoff and crossed his arms. Victoria held his arm and said, "And become a world famous inventor."
"You really believe that?" Professor asked.
"I always have." Victoria replied.
The middle-aged man smiled and said, "Well, what are we waiting for? I'll have this thing fixed in no time." He slid under the machine and put a pair of goggles on, "Oh, hand me that dog-legged clincher there." Victoria looked through a tool chest and got the contraption out. She heard some clanking going on as Professor Utonium asked, "So did you have a good time in town today?"
"I got a new book." Victoria replied, "Daddy, do you think I'm odd?" The Professor got out from under the invention and had his goggles on, which made his eyes look buggy. He asked, "My daughter, odd? Where would you get an idea like that?" Victoria handed him the tool and shrugged, "Oh, I don't know. It's just that I'm not sure I fit in here. There's no one I can really talk to."
Professor Utonium fixed some things underneath and asked, "Well, about that Johnny Bravo? He's a handsome fellow." Victoria sat on a chair and said, "He's handsome alright. And rude and conceited... Oh, Daddy. He's not for me." She placed her chin on her hand and leaned on it as Professor Utonium said, "Well, don't you worry 'cause this invention's going to be the start of a new life for us."
He got out from under the machine and took the goggles off, then wiped his hands with a red rag. He said, "I think that's done it. Now let's give it a try." He pulled on the lever and the machine started whirring, then the machine started chopping wood like it was supposed to. The chopped wood flew and landed near a wood pile perfectly!
"It works!" Victoria happily said. Professor Utonium asked as he ducked from another wood chunk flying, "It does?" He got up and said happily, "It does!" Victoria smiled and said proudly as she hugged her father, "You did it! You really did it!"
"Hitch up Altivo, Victoria. I'm off to the fair!" Professor Utonium said, then a log hit him in the head, making him fall unconscious. After he got back on his feet, the Professor went out and got on a white stallion with a gray mane that flowed. The horse was Altivo. Professor Utonium got the invention hitched to a wagon, strapping the horse and got on the horse's back.
Victoria waved and called, "Good-bye, Daddy! Good luck!"
"Good-bye, Victoria! And take care while I'm gone!" Professor Utonium called back as he left.