Back when Lord Farquaad’s parents were ruling Duloc, the Ye Olde Souvenir Shoppe sold many souvenirs, such as figurines based on nursery rhyme characters. One such figurine, called Bo Peep, was bought by a woman named Mrs Jennifer Emily Parr, For her newborn baby, Molly. When she took her upstairs, Bo saw a figurine of a chimney sweeper named Woody, who she immediately fell in love with. That night, Bo crept downstairs to meet him, but a satyr interrupted them, saying that HE had fallen for her too, only for her looks. Bo refused, saying she wanted to be with Woody. Two other figurines, claiming to be Bo’s grandmas, give her their blessings to marry Woody.
The next night, Bo went downstairs for their wedding, when, to her horror, she found the SATYR instead.
“NO!” She shouted, “I love WOODY!”
Suddenly, her maternal grandmother, Bo Bows, came into the room.
“Yooouu wiiill maarrry Saaatyyrrr,” She droned.
“What did you do to her!” Bo demanded.
I hypnotised her with my staff,” the satyr announced.
Bo broke the staff and her grandmother came out of her trance. When she found out what the satyr did to her, she became furious, picked him up and threw him against the wall, breaking him.
Bo and Woody had their wedding and lived happily ever after.
This story is based on the fairytale of the same name by Hans Christian Anderson.