NARRATOR: Ah, the good ol' summer family roadtrip! Everyone (Singing): On the road again! Just can't wait to get on the road again...
OUTSIDE (Generic: forest, trees, etc.)
NARRATOR: There are games to play... SHELDON: Scissors beat paper. ARTHUR: But LOOK AT ME! All I can play is paper!
NARRATOR: And fun cultural diversions... SHELDON: Moo! Hey cow... moo! ARTHUR: Heh heh heh... "moo." Brilliant.
NARRATOR: But then the boring bits set in... SHELDON: Toto, we're not in Kansas anymore. ARTHUR: No... that's the problem. We still are.
NARRATOR: And then, somewhere around day three, the mood takes a turn... SHELDON: The very look of you disgusts me. ARTHUR: I hate you with a passion I normally reserve for communists. GRAMP: "Take 'em on a trip," you said. "It'll be a bonding experience for the whole family..."