It is bedtime for Pingu and he falls asleep while his mother reads him a bedtime story.
As Pingu is sleeping, the igloo starts levitating up and down before flying away into the distance. Then his bed sprouts a pair of legs and moves around. Although shocked at first, Pingu finds it lots of fun, unaware that a giant walrus is watching him from afar.
The walrus eventually catches up to Pingu and traps him, before squishing and stretching him as if he were a toy. As the bed tries to escape, the walrus takes the mattress and eats it as if it were a chocolate bar. While the walrus is distracted, Pingu and the bed run away. Pingu suddenly trips over a ledge and falls down a steep mountain slope. The minute he lands at the bottom, Pingu sees that the "snowy mountain" is actually his bed, and realizes his misadventure was just a dream. Pingu then tells his mother all about his frightening dream and she assures him that there is nothing to worry about.
- Before the episode was created, the walrus first appeared in an earlier short film by Otmar Guttman, which can be viewed here.
- This is the only time Mother is shown wearing glasses.
- This is the only remastered episode to reuse any of Antonio Conde's music, though likely by an editing mistake.
- In the exterior shots of Pingu's house levitating, Pingu is shown sleeping, even though he is supposed to be awake.
- During the restored version, in the scene where Pingu and his bed run away in fright, you can hear the sound from the original version mixed in with the current audio. The same thing happens in the final scene when Pingu wakes up and tells his mother about his dream.
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