[Scene cuts to Orville and Wilbur working hard to build another plane and testing it. The
plane stays aloft but falls down, but this time, Wilbur is wearing a parachute, which he
deploys, as he drifts back down to the ground gently in front of Orville, who is happy that
the parachute worked as well. Cut to Orville and Wilbur now building another plane, which
lasts for another year, while Caleb also builds another airplane engine that will work
properly. Orville and Wilbur then install the engine into the airplane, and test it out.
The engine is able to run much longer, though Caleb has to oil the engine so that it will
work much better. Cut to Orville and Wilbur testing out the plane again. This time, the
airplane is able to fly much longer, which Orville is happy to see, before Wilbur is able
to land the plane more smoothly. Orville runs up to Wilbur happily after that.]
Orville: We did it, Wilbur! We completed the plane!
Wilbur: We sure did, Orville. Now all that's left is to fly it in front of everyone at the
outskirts of Kitty Hawk.
Orville: That's right. So, let's fly!
[Cut to a year later as a large crowd have gathered at the outskirts of Kitty Hawk, while
Orville and Wilbur have their airplane set up. A news reporter named Lowell Corntip (played
by Houston the Green Bean) shows up in front of the screen to commentate on the events.]
Lowell Corntip: Greetings, Ladies and Gentlemen. I am Lowell Corntip, your reporter for
today. We are gathered here today at the outskirts of Kitty Hawk, where Orville and Wilbur
Dwight are preparing to test out their newest invention; a life-size airplane that they
claim will be the future of traveling. I don't know about all of you, but this sounds
like a bit of hogwash to me, though we'll just have to wait and see.
[Cut to Orville and Wilbur standing next to their airplane while standing before a small
Orville: Yes, folks. I, Orville Dwight, along with my brother, Wilbur Dwight, have built
this airplane, because we believe that if this works, we'll be able to revolutionize the
concept of air travel.
Emile: (Off-screen) Hold it right zere, monami!
[Orville and Wilbur turn around to see Emile and Lalo also having built their own airplane,
though it is built rather shoddily.]
Lalo: Oui! We too have also built our own airplane!
Emile: And because of zat, we also hope to revolutionize flight!
Lowell Corntip: Well now, this is most interesting. Looks like we'll have ourselves a race
to see which airplane will fly the best.
[Cut to Orville and Wilbur now in their plane, while Emile and Lalo are also in their plane
Announcer: On your mark, get set, go!
[The starting gun goes off, as both teams start up their airplanes. Orville and Wilbur's
plane takes off, as does Emile and Lalo's plane. Both planes start to take to the air,
while everyone watches in amazement. However, seconds later, Emile and Lalo's plane
suddenly starts sputtering, much to their confusion.]
Emile: Lalo, did you remember to oil ze engine?
Lalo: I thought you did, Emile.
Emile: I didn't oil ze engine.
[Seconds later, Emile and Lalo's plane suddenly stops in midair due to the engine conking
out, before the plane starts falling as they start screaming. Seconds later, the plane
crashes to the ground, much to the surprise of everyone, while Emile and Lalo are left
dizzy from the impact.]
Lowell Corntip: Oh! Emile and Lalo's plane has taken a nosedive, but it looks like that
the plane built by the Brothers Dwight is still airborne!
[Orville and Wilbur's airplane still continues soaring through the air, until they've
reached 500 feet.]
Orville: Deploy the landing gear, Wilbur!
Wilbur: Deploying landing gear!
[The landing gear, which is a pair of wheels, pops out from the bottom of the plane as it
starts to descend towards the finish, before landing on the ground. After Orville and Wilbur
have landed their plane, everyone starts cheering, happy that the two brothers have accomplished
their flight, while Emile and Lalo are still upset about their defeat. The crowd then approaches
Orville and Wilbur and place them on their shoulders.]
Orville: We did it, Wilbur! We've completed our test flight!
Wilbur: We sure have, Orville! And it's all thanks to Determination, just like you said!
Orville: You know it, brother!
Wilbur: I certainly do, brother!
(Song plays about having the determination to accomplish a task, even if it seems hard to
[After the song ends, the screen goes dark, ending the story.]