"What the heck do all those signs mean?"
"Did The Mole design that?"
You can't turn right or left but you drive into the ground, into the sky, or in a circle... sounds like HTF to me.
Uh oh. The Mole's on the road again. Guess he wasn't the one who designed it.
It takes more than this to make her scream.
Okay, that'll do. Death: Giggles
The Mole's car needs a new tire!
I smell another classic "The Mole mistakes something for something else" moment.
This tire's a little furrier than usual.
How'd The Mole get his driver's license? I'll assume Lumpy gave it to him.
I smell something bad in the air. Lumpy's got a new job at Texaco Gas!
Notice anything weird about Mole's newly-changed tire?
The first customer of the day.
Now to look the other way to see if anyone's breaking the rules.
If my calculations are correct, Cub will die.
The Mole, Lumpy, and Pop? Cub doesn't stand a chance.
The Mole begins the trouble.
...leaving a trail of blood and gas.
Fire in front of a gas station.
"Not near a gas station!"
You could've at least blown it out before discarding it.
The lit match is tossed right onto the trail of gasoline.
Goof #3: The blood disappears.
Gasoline plus fire equals...let's see...
"Quick! Gimme the bucket!"
By the look of this, something bad happened.
Gas plus fire equals explosion! Knew it.
Wow, this really "heats this episode up". Death: Lumpy
Wherever The Mole goes...
...disaster is sure to follow.
Miraculously, The Mole completely missed this tree.
But I don't think you should be holding it that way.
Fire extinguishers don't work like that.
The Mole somehow drove through her pool without wrecking it.
Fun fact: Lambs and bubbles do NOT go together!
I wouldn't pop that bubble if I were you.
We rest our case here. Death: Lammy
The Mole's destructive ways finally catch up to him.
You've seen them underground, but now here's the world's first tree-dwelling mole.
Fun fact: Mole intestines can make such a lovely substitute for rope! Death: The Mole
Cub spots something ahead.
Whatever it is cheered him up.
Cub survived. Seems I miscalculated.
It takes real brains to revive people with a tire and inflation tube.
WOW! Hats off to Sniffles!