Though the West ran rampant, there were still upright citezens who tried to bring civilization and culture to the wild places. Theodocia is the proprietor of an opera house, and when she’s troubled by the uncouth cowboys of a near by salloon, she calls on Wild Bill Hickock for help.
The opera troupe is in need of a leading man worthy of the part to play opposite the rotund Theodocia. Can Jingles be roped into the part? He has the girth, but I don’t think his voice will pass muster.
As we wait for Bill to figure out what can be done, lets grab a box full of that sweet, crunchy goodness. But wait! the sweetening is already on them so don’t add anymore sugar. Saddle up and ride to the store to make sure you have enough.
Despite threats to stop the show, Bill investigates the cowboys, while Jingle suffers on his own as he learns his lines, and tortures a pair of tights. The cowboys raid the place, but all they want is a red trunk. What do the cowboys want with an old theatrical trunk, and why do they want to sabotage the attempt at culture? Stubborn heads butt together, but which side will win this contest of wills? Bill sets up guard on the trunk, and sets a trap. Just the kind of brainstorm to drive Jingles nuts. But he goes along with it anyway.
The suspense comes to a head when… well, just go and grab some more of those crispy treats to give that sugar rush a boost. Don’t settle for only one box, stock up, and munch on a few of them.
As Jingles is in the utmost of danger, Wild Bill steps in at the critical moment and both rescues his friend,and blows the lid off the mystery. Still, has Bill caught the big fish, or just a couple of small fries?