Night of the Living Carrots

Synopsis: After a mutant alien pumpkin explodes on the Murphy's carrot garden, zombie carrots start attacking the immediate area, and it's up to the Monsters to save the night again.
13 min


Greetings, fellow Halloweeners.

I just said "weeners."


I just said "weeners."

Tonight's story is a tale so scary,

so horrifying, so shocking,

so, so...

so full of vegetables...

- B.O.B., stick to the script!

- Oh, right.

It all started with a spooky spaceship,

mutant pumpkins

and monsters saving the day!

But that was only the beginning.

So sit back and get ready for a story

that is guaranteed

to give you nightmares.

OK, wrap it up.

Come on, kids!

Time for the costume contest.

The winner gets their weight in candy!

Avast ye, scallywags.

That booty shall be mine!

Now it's booty time!


Me timbers being shivered.

Come on, B.O.B.,

that candy was for the contest.

But it all tastes so good.

But it all tastes so...



Who's there?

I've got a Nutter Buddy Butter Bar,

and I'm not afraid to use it!


Whoa, kid, that is one scary costume.

For a minute there,

I thought you were a real carrot.

And carrots really creep me out.

Like that! That was creepy.

You are a shoo-in

to win that costume contest.

Kids today and their papier-mch.


- Mr. Murphy?

- That carrot made Carl a zombie!

Creepy carrot! Danger! Danger!

- It's alive! It's a living carrot.

- I know, right?

- I totally freaked out the same way.

- Giddyap!

Kid, you are killing with that costume.

- I'm getting out of here!

- Doc, how could you do this?

Worst party ever!

- He was... He was just a...

- Mutant zombie carrot.

It must've been contaminated

by one of the alien pumpkins.


And apparently the curse can be broken

by eliminating the infected carrot.

And that one carrot could've infected

our brains and transformed us all

into slack-jawed walking vegetables.

- Doc?

- Whoa!

- Kind of like that.

- Everyone, run!

Oh, man. I don't wanna be a zombie.

What are we gonna do?

Well, we definitely know that we

shouldn't blast them with this scanner.

I definitelyjust blasted you

with this scanner! I love this thing!

Back! Stay back.

- B.O.B.!

- Thank me later!

- No!

- Bang, bang, bang!

Doc! We're completely surrounded!

No, we're not.

Now we're completely surrounded.

It's Monger!

Lock and load, cowboys.

The cavalery has arrived.

Nobody told me they can leap.

Quickly, now.

Create a barricade.

There's a jet-packing zombie general

with an army of carrots out there...

The more that I shoot them, there's more

of them, and I don't like carrots...

B.O.B., calm down! Talk slowly.

Zombie general, army of carrots...

B.O.B., just get the back door!

I'm on it.

- Where do you want it?

- Oh, dear.

Give me that.

Well, well.

If it ain't the gruesome twosome.

Now go on. Get out and stay out!

Hey, Link.

B.O.B., time to go!

I forgot the pickle.

Cotton candy, bubblegum!

Go, team, go, and beat those bums!


All right!

B.O.B., focus. Zombie problem.

Oh, no! B.O.B.

I can already see it.

The vacant, lifeless expression.

They've already infected your brain.

But hear this, zombies,

you may take my brain,

but you will never take my dignity!

Come on, pull yourself together.

I know this is scary,

but we're gonna get through this.

And when we do, here is my number.

Call me.

Of course! B.O.B.,

how can a zombie infect your brain

when you don't even have one to infect?

- What?

- B.O.B., you're immune!

Zombie carrot!

Hold still, Doc! I'll get it.

And if you're immune,

you can save us all.

There's only one way to stop

the zombies and save your friends.

You must eat all... carrots!

- What was that last part?

- You must eat all the carrots!


Don't cry, little monster.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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