(THEME MUSIC PLAYING)

The opening shows two little puppet mice, a gray one named Leon and a brown one named Nina, playing in front of the camera in Yetili's the puppet Yeti bookstore.

The name of the show reads "Yetili's fabulous book of fables."

Nina films Yetili as he reads a book.

Yetili shows him a puppet frog and says NINA...
HERE'S A CLUE FOR YOU.
(IMITATING FOG)

Nina says OH, I KNOW, I KNOW!
THE FROG WITH THE BIG MOUTH.
(YETILY CHUCKLING)

Yetili says NO, THAT'S NOT IT.
(TAPE REWINDING)
(IMITATING FROG)

Nina says HOLD IT.
A FROG, A COW?
I KNOW!
THE FROG WHO WISHED HE WAS AS
BIG AS AN OX.
BUT THAT'S A REALLY SMALL OX.

Yetili says BUT THAT'S THE WAY IT IS.
(NINA GIGGLING)

Nina says IT'S A FUNNY STORY.
THE FROG WANTS TO BE LIKE AN OX,
BUT THEN SHE SWELLS, AND SWELLS,
AND...

Yetili says SHH, NINA.
DON'T SPOIL THE ENDING.

Nina says OOPS.
WELL, GO AHEAD, YETILY.

Yetili says YES, THANK YOU.
WELL, THIS FABLE BY AESOP IS
CALLED THE FROG AND THE OX.
THE TENANT OF A BOG, AN ENVIOUS
LITTLE FROG, A STATELY BULLOCK
SPIES, AND, SMITTEN WITH HIS
SIZE, ATTEMPTS TO BE AS BIG.
SHE STRETCHES, SWELLS, AND
STRAINS WITH EARNESTNESS AND
PAINS, AND SAYS, "SISTER FROG,
LOOK AT ME!
IS THIS ENOUGH?
"NO, NO."
"WELL, THEN, IS THIS?"
"POH! POH!"
"AND NOW?"
"FAR FROM IT."
"ENOUGH?"
"YOU DON'T BEGIN TO BE!"
AND THUS THE REPTILE SITS,
ENLARGING TILL SHE SPLITS.
(YETILY CHUCKLING)
"THE WORLD IS FULL OF FOLKS
OF JUST SUCH WISDOM.
ALL MEN DESIRE FOR MORE THAN
WHAT THEY HAVE.
AND REALLY THERE IS NO TELLING
HOW MUCH GREAT MEN SET LITTLE
ONES A SWELLING."

Nina says IN FACT, IT SAYS THAT
THE FROG'S EYES WERE BIGGER THAN
HIS BELLY.
A BIT LIKE YOU, YETILY.

Imitating a frog, Yetili says ARE YOU EYES A
LITTLE BIG FOR YOUR BELLY, TOO?
ME?
WHY NOT AT ALL.
MY BELLY IS RATHER BIG FOR MY
EYES.
MMM.
GOOD-BYE, LITTLE FROG.
I'M GOING TO FILL MY EMPTY
BELLY.
HE-HE.
HELLO, BLUEBERRY PIE.
(AS FROG) GOOD-BYE, YETILY.
GOOD-BYE, NINA.

The theme song plays as the end credits roll.