[whimsical, childish music
playing over speakers]♪ ♪– [childish, high voice]
Hey, Dad? There’s monsters under my bed! Oh, well, I guess I’m just
gonna have to be brave. [all cackling] all: [chanting]
Mole people, mole people, mole people, mole people! We’re the mole people
living under your bed. We’re your worst nightmare
and we’ll scare you to death! – I’m Mole Number One,
and I’ll rip out your eye. – I’m Mole Number Two,
and I’ll feast on your spine. – I’m Mole Number Three, and
I’m a climate change denier! [all vocalizing] – Whoa, whoa, whoa.
No, stop, stop, stop. Terry… What the heck was that? – Well, we’re trying
to scare this kid, right? That’s the scariest thing
I could think of! – [laughs]
– It’s not scary, man. – What, climate change? It’s the single greatest threat
to the planet! – Hey, kid, were you scared? – No. – Aww, dang it! – All right, Terry, man, hey, don’t be too hard
on yourself, okay? Just, uh, make it a little bit
more personal, you know? Give her a real scare. – Yeah, I could do that.
– Great. Uh, from the top?
– From the top. all: One, two, three!
– [laughing] – I’m Mole Number One,
and I’ll eat all your skins. – I’m Mole Number Two,
and I’ll break both your shins. – I’m Mole Number Three, and you have
early-onset Alzheimer’s. – Whoa, no, what?
– [hollering] – No, no, no!
– [laughing] – No, no, no! No! Terry! That’s not scary, man! – Losing all of your memories
slowly with age? It’s terrifying! – It’s really more
just sad, man. – Look, dude, you gotta
get it together, man. You know what,
we got one shot at this. One shot.
Both: Mole. [both repeating]
Mole, mole, mole, mole. – Hey, hey! Hey! Can I give you some advice? What really scares me is death. Like, if I thought
I was gonna die right now, I’d be real scared. [laughter] – Thanks, kid. – You got this, Terry.
– Yeah! I can do it, guys!
all: One, two, three! – I’m Mole Number One,
and I’ll eat you alive. – I’m Mole Number Two,
and I’ll laugh as you die. – I’m Mole Number Three,
and this could be you! – [shrieking] [all shrieking] [laughter] [screaming continues] – [laughing] [crackling slows, stops] – [hollers] [laughter] – Oh, my God. Terry! Nice! – Whoo! – Nice!
– Good job! I–I was terrified. [laughter]
[pounding on door] – I said go to bed, Mickey! – Oh, you guys better go.
That’s my dad. He’s a raging alcoholic.
– Okay, that’s scary. – Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Uh, good luck, kid. Break the cycle.
– Yeah. both: [chanting]
Mole people, mole people, Mole people, mole people. – [grunting]
[both grunting, babbling]