Television icons come and go, replaced by their modern counterparts. Such was the case with Friendly Neighbour, a wonderful morning show for children. While the children were getting ready for school, the sock puppets were chatting sweetly and the toy chefs were making delicious desserts.
The young spectators couldn’t figure out that anything was wrong. Due to lack of financial support, the programme was interrupted, taken off the air and eventually cancelled. Until that strange day.
When the past knocks at home
Without warning, images from his youth returned to the screen. The same clothes, the same colours as a hundred years ago. But they didn’t do the usual things, like talk nonchalantly. They were eating each other, making strange noises and having fun as if the camera was off.
Gordon, a former security guard behind the scenes, returns to the old building to find out the cause of the chaos. He discovers that the toys are working on their own. They are quite hostile towards humans, having been alone for a long time in a dark and dusty room.
Can he repair their relationship, will he confront the dolls and use force to achieve his goal, or will Gordon stay with the plush team and start the morning game again? The final word is yours.