And now, Part 2!...
The next day there seemed to be no sign of the Warners, or any plan of them taking revenge on Tony "Leopard" Forest. Odd, isn't it. But remember, in cartoons, timing is everything.
Leopard reached the 18th and last hole of the tournament and was three strokes in front of his nearing competitor, Robert Downy Jr., who played surprisingly well considering he was one of the celebrities.
Leopard's celebrity partner, Arnold Schwarzenegger was taking a bit of time arriving to the tee. Suddenly out of the blue, the Warners appeared right in from of him. Yakko grabbed his head and pulled it down slowly to eye level, "Hey Arnie, I hear Bruce Willis is making his own version of The Expendables"
"BRUCE WILLIS, I'LL KILL HIM! Tell Leopard I'll be back!" Arnold yelled. And as he ran off a Saturday Night Live style caption appeared at the bottom of the screen flashing, "OBVIOUS JOKE ALERT."
"Hey, it's a fan fiction. What were you expecting, original jokes?" Yakko said to the audience.
Leopard, not noticing that Arnold had left to pulverise Bruce Willis was about to take his first shot, when just as he swung a loud yell of "FORE!" broke his concentration and caused Leopard to slice the ball into the water hazard
In disbelief, his anger rose and turned in the direction where he heard the noise. Surprise, surprise, it was the Warners.
"Oooo, tough luck there Leopard, you're gonna have to take a penalty," Yakko said smirking.
"YOU! Why won't you leave me alone?" Leopard yelled.
"You seem to have a terrible sense of who you think is cute," Yakko replied.
"Grrrr. Where's Arnold so we can move on?"
"He had to leave, but we've been asked to take his place," Yakko said as the Warners grinned. "Wakko?"
Wakko saluted and grabbed a mallet from his gag bag. "Hah! He's just a kid, he'll end up in the bunker straight away," Leopard mocked.
Wakko placed his ball on the tee, took the golfing stance, wiggled his bum and swung and missed and fell down. "Hah! Told you"
"Wakko, are you OK?" Dot asked. "What happened?"
"I got distracted," he replied
Yakko, now in a police officers outfit, start tutting at Leopard, "tututut, Looks like I'm going have to issue you with a ticket for distracting other players. That'll be a one stroke penalty."
"ME! Distracting! You distracted me earlier!"
"I'll be the one issuing the tickets around here. You're lucky I don't disqualify you from the tournament," Yakko said
"You need to learn some restraint young man," Dot scolded and then, to prevent him from distracting again, the Warners put Leopard in a straightjacket
When they finished that, Wakko took his mallet and swung at the ball. This time he hit it perfectly. Now, the advantages of having a large mallet as a club is that you can hit the ball much further then a normal golf club would. The ball seemed like it sailed forever. It reached all of the way to green (which was 400 yards away) and rolled into the hole. The entire golf course went into a frenzy cheering Wakko for doing something only seen in Happy Gilmore.
Everyone seemed to forget about Leopard in his straightjacket as Wakko was lifted up by everyone and carried to the clubhouse for getting an impossible hole-in-one.
Some time later the tournament resumed as normal, with the notable absence of the Warners. Leopard managed to play the hole perfectly and landed his ball on the edge of the green, needing a 15-foot putt to win the tournament.
The air was tense as Leopard started to sweat. He slowly moved his putter back and hit the ball hard enough to reach the hole. The ball was rolling closer and closer to the hole; it looked like Leopard would win the tournament…
Then suddenly, the hole magically started to move, and move quickly, to the other side of the green. The crowd stared in disbelief and Leopard almost lost his temper. As the camera moved down below the ground, we see the reason why the hole mysteriously moved. Wakko, looking more like the gopher from Caddyshack, was using a strange device the burrow around to move the hole.
The ball was now 3-feet away from the new position of the hole. Leopard could easily put it in to force a playoff with Downey Jr. He lined the putt up and gave it a small tap. The ball got ever so close to the hole, but Wakko the Gopher subtly moved it again. Wakko popped out of the hole making gopher sounds.
The crowd cheered as for the first time in the tournament's history, a celebrity had won. Robert Downey Jr. collected his large trophy, posed with some glamorous girls for the newspaper photo and then said, "Sorry guys, but I got a job to do," activating his iron armour, flying off into the sky.
Leopard stood there in amazement, as defeat was snatched from the jaws of victory. Yakko went up to Leopard and started patting him on the back, "Don't worry Leopard, I can she why you didn't think Dot wasn't cute, she wasn't your type." And then with a smirk he continued, "But I know someone who is"
Leopard and the Warners turned to find Miley Cyrus in a pretty revealing, but still appropriate for the network censors outfit. She goes up to Leopard and says slightly seductively, "I love a man who treats me like I can't be tamed. Once you start with this wrecking ball, we can't stop."
Leopard, subconsciously breaking his 'no woman' rule, started howling like a wolf. He then yelled, "HELLLOOO NURSE!" And ran off to catch Miley, who was already halfway to the clubhouse.
"What is wrong with that man?" Wakko asked
"I don't know but now I don't like him so much," Dot replied
"Well you see Dot, sometimes a man makes mistakes in love… and then there are others that want to make those mistakes," Yakko then waves to the audience yelling, "GOODNIGHT EVERYBODY!"