Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In the second of two sequels to Disney's Oscar-winning The Three Little Pigs, Practical Pig builds an elaborate "Wolf Pacifier" machine (complete with a spanking device and a tar-and-feather dispenser) while his brothers Fifer and Fiddler dance and sing. Hoping to have a little fun, the two foolish pigs blow a warning horn, convincing Practical that the wolf is on his way. Realizing he's been hoodwinked, Practical warns his siblings that someday they may "cry wolf" once too often--which is precisely what happens when Big Bad Wolf and his three lookalike offspring set about to lure the pigs into their kitchen by impersonating Little Bo Peep and her sheep. In addition to the traditional "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf", Big Bad treats us to a novelty rendition of the old comic song "Iss Dad Nicht Ein Schnitzelbank?"--and we know exactly what "schnitzel" he has in mind.