Buster McNutty's always takes holidays to the extremes, and they definitely think that Thanksgiving is really called Turkey Day. This turkey had some crazy attitude and kept wanting to play jokes on Foo every time he say, "Hay!"
Foo took a chance with this guy, thinking he was hibernating, it being November and all, but low and behold, the bear was a little hungry. Foo only narrowly escaped being a tasty little midmorning snack. Good thing he's fast and not that easy to chew.
Foo felt transported to Animal Farm when he came across this horse. Foo wondered how hard this guy worked to build the windmill before they chopped off his head and turned the rest of him into glue.
Foo walked tenderly when he came across the pig, though. It kept yelling "Two legs bad, four legs good," then switched halfway through and started yelling "Four legs bad, two legs good." Foo was so confused...
After his long walk around Princeton and its parks, Foo decided to sit for a spell on this fancy stone bench. Only after sitting for a bit did he realize it was really a memorial to the fighters of WWII who strove to make the world safe for everyone.
Although Foo usually is the bell of the ball, he found this one in the park in Princeton and just had to ring it. Honestly he expected a ton of people to join him in the park, but the calm of the morning continued. Frown.
While in the park at Princeton, Foo came upon this gentleman just sitting down getting caught up on the news. That made Foo curious about current events, so he hopped on up, and the man was gracious enough to let Foo get a peak of his own.
While at Princeton, Foo got to hang out with his idol and distant cousin Albert. Foo just loves talking to Al. He always has a lot of theories about so much science. The resemblance is uncanny, don't ya think?
For Foo, it's never too early for wine, but this place wasn't open yet, so Foo decided he'd help out by pressing his own grapes. Sadly, they wouldn't accept this grapes he crushed, claiming something about unsanitary conditions. As if... in Italy they use their feet. Foo just used his tail.
Toward the end of breakfast, Foo looked up and was startled to see this huge dragonfly just hovering around the Fedora Café. After a few attempts to chill his buzz, the dragonfly admitted that he'd been a draggin' fly earlier and had just downed four cups of coffee, hence the super flight.
Before heading to bed that night, Foo met Queen Ridley who was rocking an Elizbethan collar, or so she said. Foo thinks she was just talking herself up, though. He was certain that she was wearing a shame cone. He heard she'd just eaten a bell. Silly Ridley, for shame.
Even though Foo was young and little to go to the actual performance, Victoria brought him back this really cool mask from the interactive production of Sleep No More, an experience that makes the audience a big part of the show as they run after characters and try to figure out the story of MacBeth.
Foo met people of all kinds while in New York, including this cup named Joe. Who knew that all the things in New York had names and things to say. Well, Foo did most of the talking. Joe just kind of held it all in.
Apparently in New York, art doesn't always have to stand still. On the elevated walkway, Foo discovered a group using the crowd as part of the art. Foo just loved being in step with these creative people.
Foo just had to get a pic of him riding the New York subway. It was strangely empty, so Foo imagined that he was in the scene where Spike tussles with the foxy black slayer and kills her then takes her cool coat. Foo wants a long black leather coat now.