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  • [Gromit grabs a book, zooming in the magazines, then Wallace spins a globe, zooming in the book, saying, "PICNIC GUIDE A-Z", then he spins the globe]
  • Wallace: Eeh, these bank holidays. It's a problem to decide.
  • [Gromit sleeps]
  • Wallace: Tell you what, Gromit, lad. [Gromit wakes up] Let's have a nice hot cup of tea, hmm? [He gets out of a chair] This kettle should've boiled by now. [He walks to a tray, while putting a plate and teapot on, pours the water in, dumps crackers on a plate and opens a refrigerator] No cheese, Gromit!
  • [Gromit looks at Wallace]
  • Wallace: Not a bit in the house! [He takes the tray to Gromit and eats a cracker] Gromit, that's it! Cheese! We'll go somewhere where there's cheese! Now then, where were we? Places you find cheese. [looking at a magazine] Lancashire, Cheddar, Wensleydale, Philadelphia, Tesco's...
  • [they both look at the window]
  • Wallace: Everybody knows the moon's made of cheese.
  • [the mouse sniffs, then Wallace opens the door, turning on the light, walking downstairs, turning on a light, sharpening a pencil, blowing it out, drawing lines, flipping another paper, drawing tic-tac-toe, drawing another pictures, then drawing a rocket, with Wallace and Gromit, drawing flames, then he saws, breaking the ledge, then cut to Gromit, reading Electronics for Dogs, then Wallace whistles, then he continues sawing with Gromit standing as the broken ledge, then Wallace saws and Gromit hammers nails, then drilling the wood, then Wallace hammering a nail, then Gromit drills the wood, spinning around, then Gromit puts his mask on, with sparks on, taking his mask off, then back off, putting sparks on again, then Wallace paints the rocket, then Gromit paints the rocket, dripping the paint on Gromit, walking backwards to Gromit, patting on Gromit, then they look at a rocket, then Wallace walks down, looking at Gromit, pressing buttons, walking down, climbing up on a ladder, whistling, going in the rocket, pressing the buttons, then Wallace walks to Gromit, then Wallace grabs the headphones]
  • Wallace: Everything seems to be under conTROOOLLL! [He falls to the ground, stretching his ears, sliding down, then he takes out a match, lighting it, firing the fuse, then climbing up, going back in the rocket] 60 seconds to blast off.
  • [Gromit pulls a lever, looking at a clock]
  • Wallace: Oh! Unlock the doors!
  • [Gromit pulls the lever down, opening a roof]
  • Wallace: Oh? Hm? [looking around] No crackers, Gromit. We've forgotten the crackers!
  • [Gromit looks at Wallace climbing down, running upstairs quickly and panting]
  • Wallace: Hold on, Gromit! Hold on! [He grabs crackers and on the way downstairs, he loses some boxes]
  • [Gromit looks at the clock, the rocket continues firing up, running downstairs, then the rocket continues firing up, Wallace kicks the ladder off and closes the door, then the clock rings, then the mice sniff, then the rocket starts to rumble, dumping the paint, putting glasses on to protect their eyes from the fire, then pulling the lever down, firing up, flying out of the earth]
  • Wallace: Grooooooommmiiiiiiiiiiiiittt!
  • [the bowl and telly rattle, then Gromit pulls a lever, then he shuffles the cards, then Wallace looks at a newspaper, then Gromit puts cards together, then he puts the newspaper down, whistling, putting a card on it, grabbing a camera, rubbing it, and taking a picture of Gromit]
  • Wallace: One for the album. [He and Gromit hear a strange noise] Wha?
  • [the toaster pops the toast out, taking the bread out]
  • Wallace: Oh! Nicely done. [He eats a bread]
  • [Gromit continues putting cards up, then hearing a buzzer, and a ringer, then Wallace looks at a sun, looking around, looking at a telescope]
  • Wallace: Adjust angle of thrust. Steady now. No! Steady!
  • [the rocket continues firing up]
  • Wallace: Gently does it. [He pulls a lever]
  • [they both land on the moon, then they walk out, then when Wallace tries to play kickball, he kicks the ball up, realizing that it won't come down because there is no gravity in space, then they continue walking]
  • Wallace: Nice drop of tea to get the tastebuds going. [He drinks the cup] Plate.
  • [Gromit gives the plate to Wallace]
  • Wallace: Knife.
  • [Gromit gives the knife to Wallace]
  • Wallace: Cracker.
  • [Gromit gives the cracker to Wallace, cutting the cone, putting 'moon cheese' on it, eating it]
  • Wallace: Hmm? See what you think? [He gives a bowl to Gromit, sniffing it] Wensleydale?
  • [Gromit shakes his head]
  • Wallace: Stilton? [He swallows his cracker] Hum? I don't know, lad. It's like no cheese I've ever tasted. Let's try another spot. [Wallace grabs Gromit]
  • [they both walk down, walking to the cooker, a coin-operated robot with a broken aerial, putting a coin inside, then trying to pull a drawer, then tapping the top]
  • Wallace: Come on, stupid! [He pulls a broken part out] Oh! [He puts a broken part back in] Daylight robbery! They always nick your money them flippin' machines. Come on, Gromit.
  • [they both walk down, switching the dial to 10p, taking the hands out, rubbing the top, stretching his hands, stretching the aerial, opening a drawer, grabbing a telescope, then putting the telescope back in the box, then putting his hands back in, rolling to the picnic, taking his hands out, grabbing the cup, putting it in the drawer, then putting the plate in the drawer, then putting everything in the drawer, rubbing his hands, grabbing a purse, taking out ski tour book, looking at it, imagining sledging, then putting the book down, closing the book, putting the book in the drawer, taking the cone, taking the glue out, gluing on, sticking it back on, then putting the glue back in the drawer, rolling to the rocket, knocking the rocket, taking the pencil and notebook, looking at the sign, saying, "WOL155", drawing it, dripping the ink, then putting the notebook in the drawer, taking a telescope, looking at Wallace, who is eating a cracker, then putting a telescope back in, cracking his knuckles, taking a bat out, pounding on his hand]
  • Wallace: Hmm, it's different.
  • [the bat almost hits Wallace, but the robot runs out of pence and dials to 0]
  • Wallace: Hum? Camembert? [He gets up, hitting the bat, then grabbing the bat, putting a coin in the robot] Where you off to now? [He takes a basket] Leave me to carry the basket, won't you?
  • [the robot dials to 10p, stretching his arms, grabbing a telescope, looking at the rocket, and the earth, then imagining himself sliding down, putting the telescope back in, rolling to Wallace, waving his hands in the air, climbing up, then the robot tries to climb up, putting the ladder down]
  • Wallace: Emergency countdown! Ten seconds and counting!
  • [the robot takes out a pliers, cutting the rocket]
  • Wallace: Hold tight, lad, and think of Lancashire hotpot.
  • [the robot continues cutting the rocket, going in, moving the pipe, pouring water, grabbing a box, lighting a match]
  • Wallace: Oh, the fuse! You forgot to light the fuse.
  • [Wallace whimpers. The robot lights up with the skull, saying, "DANGER FUEL", firing the fuse, rumbling, taking the piece out, firing up out of the moon, flying back to Earth, then they look at the robot, dropping the pieces, blowing the wind, putting skis on, sliding down, waving to Wallace and Gromit, who start waving goodbye back to the robot, then the robot continues skiing down feeling happy]
  • Wallace: Set coordinates for 62 West Wallaby Street. [He puts 'moon cheese' on, eating the cracker, looking at a magazine] Mmm!
  • [Gromit pushes the lever up, flying back to Earth]
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