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Shrek tells the final story about his experience babysitting Pinocchio, who appeared crazed and possessed. After repeatedly beating up Shrek, Pinocchio leapt from the window, despite Shrek's attempts to catch him. When Pinocchio lands on the streets, Jiminy Cricket pops out of Pinocchio's head, claiming to be his conscience and the voice in his head that made him go crazy. Pinocchio squashes the cricket under his foot.
Pinocchio denies that the story is true, but when Shrek shows him a normal cricket, he screams and runs out.
- The short contains various references to the Disney version of Pinocchio:
- One of Pinocchio's random utterances is "When you wish upon a star, you get lots of stuff!", a subversive parody of the popular Disney song "When You Wish Upon a Star".
- Jiminy Cricket is based on his Disney counterpart and has a similar voice and top hat, as well as a role as Pinocchio's conscience. However, unlike Disney's Jiminy, he is designed as a realistic insect.
- Gepetto's songbook is opened up to a song titled "Mary Had a Little Lambchop", a morbid parody of the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb". Its lyrics read: "Mary had a little lamb who followed her around. She chopped (it) into little bits and swallowed it all down."