(Yami and Joey are standing in front of the Game Shop as the mailman comes walking by and puts a package into Yami's mailbox)
Yami and Joey: It's here! (takes out the package and opens it)
Yami: Behold, Joey! The official Dark Magician Back Scratcher! And it only cost me 52 box-tops.
Yami: (scratches his back with the item) Ooh. Mm-hmm. Oh... Oh! Whoo! Oh, yes, that's it!
Joey: Let me try! (uses the item to scratch his back)
Yami: Uh, Joey, that's not the back scratcher. That's my arm.
Joey: Oh, sorry. (reattaches his arm)
Yami: You know, we shouldn't keep this all to ourselves. We should let Tea try it out.
Yami: Onward... To Tea's house. (cut to Tea's apartment) Hey, Tea, you gotta see this. (bunch of inventions are torn up inside the house) Tea? What's going on here? Tea, are you alright? (Tea shudders) What's wrong, Tea?
Tea: They're coming. They're coming. The girls are coming.
Tea: My new friends that I made from school last week, April, Lindsay and Penni. They're coming for an inspection. I've worked day and night for a week, but none of my dance moves are any good. If I don't have a real impressive invention by this afternoon, they'll cut my funding, and I'll have to leave Domino City.
Yami: Tea, please. I'll bet you invented lots of dance moves. Joey and I'll help you. Right, Joey? Joey? (Joey is using the backscratcher) Everything'll be fine.
Tea: Oh, it's no use, Yami. I just have to face facts. I'm leaving Domino City because... I'm a failure.
Yami: We can't let Tea leave, Joey.
Joey: What'll we do?
Yami: They're looking for an dance moves, right?
Yami: So, let's start inventing for us before we help Tea!
Joey: Yeah! I thought you like her.
Yami: As a friend, yes. (cut to later where Yami and Joey are carrying a table. Joey falls over the table)
Yami: It's time to get serious, Joey.
Joey: Right! (crashes) I made an invention. It's a stick you can draw or write stuff with.
Yami: That's a pencil, Joey. It's already been invented. (more crashing)
Joey: Ooh, ooh, this is a good one. It's a glass ball that lights up so you can see in the dark.
Yami: Light bulb, already invented. (grunting and crashing are heard)
Joey: Hey Pharaoh, I know this one will work. I've invented a parallel universe.
Yami: That's a mirror, Joey. It's already been invented.
Joey: Somebody keeps stealing my ideas!
Mirror Yugi: Well, I thought it was a pretty good idea.
Yami: (his invention crashes) Ooh... I give up. I'll never invent anything for Tea. (acoustic guitar plays. It's Tea)
[Music: "So Long Domino City"]
Tea: So long, Domino City I can't leave without a good-bye But please don't think bad of me If'n I start to cry
So long, Domino City There's so many things I'll miss From your smoggy, crowded city To your stingin' jellyfish
This town is filled with many things That I've come to love From the birds that fly upon the ground To the flowers up above
Farewell, Domino City Now I really hate to go 'Cause the things I'll miss the most of all Are the friends I've come to know
Yami: I'm ashamed of myself, Joey. I gave up too quickly. We'll build Tea's new friends an invention so amazing, they'll give Tea funding forever. (later, Yami and Joey are experimenting and building an dance move) We've done it, Joey! We've created the greatest invention the world has ever seen! Joey, they're here.
Yami: Tea's new friends. (Joey is clueless) The reason we spent all afternoon inventing.
Joey: I have no idea what you're talking about. (both exit Tea's house to greet her new friends, April, Lindsay and Penni.)
April: What's up, y'all. The name's April Lane. This is Lindsay Brooks. And this is Penni Quay.
Joey: You girls talk funny. Say more words!
Lindsay: We are the board of directors of Girls Enterprises Limited, and we are here to ascertain if Tea's inventions of dancing are up to snuff.
Lindsay: I'm just saying.
Yami: Why everyone in town has benefited from Tea's dancing. After Tea showed up, I used to be The King of Games.
Joey: And I used to be the second rate duelist in Duelist Kingdom. (goofy laughter)
Lindsay: Yeah. And when do I have the pleasure of addressing.
Yami: My name is Atem, but you can call me Yami.
Joey: And I am Professor Joey.
Joey: Doctor Professor Joey. Don't mind him. You know how interns are.
Penni: Where's Tea?
Yami: She should be back any moment.
Joey: I thought she ran away because she couldn't invent anything of dancing.
Yami: Joey, please.
Joey: That's Mr. Doctor Professor Joey to you!
Yami: Don't you think it's time to show them Tea's dance move, Mr. Doctor Professor Joey?
Joey: Good idea.
Joey: Hey, you're my best friend. You do the work. (cut to later where everyone is standing in front of the invention)
Yami: Everyone, I can say without exaggeration that this is the most important invention in the history of the Universe! I give you... (reveals the invention) The Automatic Back Scratcher, Hair Comber, Nose Picker, and Ukulele Tuner 9000! (everything is put together with gum and band aids)
April: This is where our research money went, boy?
Yami: Yes. Isn't it great?
Lindsay: An automatic back scratcher, hair comber, nose picker, ukulele tuner. Yeah, I've heard that claim before.
April: Yes, how do we know this contraption works, girl?
Penni: Let's see a demonstration.
Joey: Step right up. (points to April) You look like you've been neglecting your personal hygiene.
April: Boy..... (Joey straps her in the contraption) Are you sure this is safe?
Joey: As sure as I'm a doctor professor.
Yami: Joey, don't you think we should test it?
Joey: Ok. (turns invention on. The contraption comes down over April)
Yami: That's not exactly what I had in mind.
(inside the invention, April is getting her hair trimmed)
April: Y'all, this is kinda okay. (not getting back scratched) (nose is getting picked) Oh, gross.
Lindsay: This machine has evacuated April's nose of unwanted residue in a manner most pleasant.
Yami: Good work, Mr. Doctor Professor Joey.
Joey: Thank you, lowly assistant.
April: Oh, I say, now it's feeding me delicious pudding.
Yami: Pudding? I don't remember that part of the invention.
April: Now it's tuning my tunes. (one sour note of the cd player and the invention gets out-of-control. April is hit on the head with the cd player) Ouch! (is slapped in the back of her head) Ooohhhh!! (a pair of scissors, fire, a saw, and more gadgets surround her) Oh, boy. (screams)
Penni: April! (shrieks and explosions are heard)
Lindsay: Mr. Doctor Professor Jesse, what is the meaning of this?
Joey: It's Joey and It's ok. The horrible screaming means that it's working.
Yami: Oh, I really wish Tea were here. (back to Tea where a car has just pulled up)
Tea's mother: Tea?
Tea: Mom, will your car take you somewhere when you've got nowhere else to go?
Tea's mother: It sure does. We make stops in Quittersville, Failuretown, and Loserburg. (Tea heres the screaming)
Tea: What the..... (enters her house) What's with all the monkey business? (gasps)
Tea: Pharaoh! What the heck is going on here? (invention spits April out)
Joey: It works! It works!
Lindsay: April, are you all right?
April: Girl, I seem horrible due to the dumb invention.
Joey: I told ya, it's works! (Yami glares at him) What?
Tea: Can I talk to my friends just the moment? (Penni nods)
Lindsay: Frankly, I'm beginning to question the economic benefits of underwater treedomes. Doesn't make much sense once you get right down to it.
Yami: Tea, we were trying to keep you in Domino City, but all we did was ruin your chances to stay.
Tea: I was about to be busted anyway. Thanks for trying to help, Pharaoh. (kisses Yami's cheek)
Yami: (blushing) Uuhhh.....
Tea: You, too, Joey.
Joey: That's Mr. Doctor Professor Joey.
Tea: Don't push it.
Lindsay: Uh, Tea......
Tea: I'll show you my dance moves. (She begins to dance back in Yugioh Episode 53)
Penni: Good gracious. Can it be?
(Yami and Joey are amazed at this, Yami are smiling at Tea.)
Tea: (sighs) There.
Lindsay: Oh! It is! It is! It's the awesome dance move. (excited chattering from the girls)
Yami: Wow, Tea, you're amazing out there.
Tea: Thanks. (cut to later when the girls are about to leave)
April: Well, Baby Girl, I must say you have exceeded expectations.
Lindsay: It may be the extreme head trauma April have suffered, but we're going to offer you to join our dance club.
Tea: I accept.
Lindsay: I expect great things out of you, Tea. Great things. Perhaps you could put your talents toward that automatic poop-throwing machine that's eluded us for so long.
Penni: Now, now, one miracle at a time.
Tea: Well, Pharaoh, the only thing left is to figure out what to do with this infernal contraption.
Joey: My turn. (sits on his invention) Whoo-hoo! (machine turns on and he screams) All right!
Yami: Oh, Joey.
(He and Tea begin to make out in the end)