The television film is divided into sixteen individual chapters, each vignettes show the viewer types of the End of the world.

Plot: 1. World War III: The beginning we see what is left of the earth a nuclear war state of armed conflict between societies.
2. Witch Trials: At Sherwood Forest in a small village where the villager still legal proceeding that is part of a witch-hunt.
3. Alien Invasion: In Kentucky where a spaceships is seen flying towards Earth. The Aliens invasion, and begin destroying what is left of the town. The segment ends with the camera pulling away from the smoking ruins of what was once Kentucky
4. Zombies: After the accidentally radiation at the nuclear power plant. The breakdown of society as a result of an virus spreads the entire world and now overrun zombies.
5. Planet of the Animals: After the apocalyptic Great Disaster turned Earth into a savage wasteland ruled by Animal Men, most tribes of these beasts fought for territory and were enemies of any surviving humans.
6. Robots: In Los Angeles a possible future where mankind has been oppressed by artificially intelligent robots, lead the rebellious by an aggressive self-aware, self-generating sentient computer virus AGI of the United States.
7. Drying: As the years pass by tries to bring back the rain. But one by one peoples of the world slowly die from starvation.
8. Happily N'Ever After: The narrator retelling of the classic fairy tales with twist ending.
⦁    Cinderella: The stepmother locks Cinderella in her attic bedroom. Later, the prince arrives at the château, and the stepsisters unsuccessfully try on the slipper. As the prince is about to leave, Cinderella arrives on the scene too late, One eternity later... We see a skeleton Cinderella scrub the floors.
⦁    Sleeping Beauty: In the highest tower a prince finds his true love, still asleep. He kisses her, but the prince's kiss fails unwilling to bury her out of sight in the ground, instead place her in her grave in the forest. Together with the king and queen, they keep watch over her mournful funeral.
⦁    Little Red Riding Hood: When the Little Red Riding Hood arrives, she notices that her grandmother looks very strange. Little Red Riding Hood then says, "My what big eyes you have!" ("The better to see you with", responds the wolf), "Goodness, what big ears you have!" ("The better to hear you with",  responds the wolf), and lastly, "What a big mouth you have" ("The better to eat you with!", responds the wolf), at which point the wolf jumps out of bed and eats her.
⦁    Beauty and the Beast: Sharing a romantic evening dance together, Beauty tells the Beast she misses her father. He lets her use his magic mirror to see him. She sees her father ill in bed. Beauty begs the Beast to allow her to go see her father. He allows it on the condition that she returns exactly a week later. Beauty agrees to this and sets off for home with an enchanted ring. The ring allows her to return to the castle in an instant when turned three times around her finger. Beauty's father is glad to see Beauty again, the week passes quickly. Beauty is about to return but is stopped by a tearful Beauty's two spoiled sisters. Beauty misunderstands her sisters' attention and agrees to stay one more day. Beauty begins to feel guilty about breaking her promise to the Beast and return to the castle. She is horrified to discover that the Beast is lying dead from heartbreak. Beauty weeps over the Beast, saying that she loves him.
⦁    Hansel and Gretel: The witch prepares the oven for Hansel, but decides to kill Gretel as well. She coaxes Gretel to open the oven and prods her to lean over in front of it to see whether the fire is hot enough. Sensing the witch's intent, Gretel pretends that she does not understand what she is being told to do. Infuriated, the witch demonstrates, and Gretel instantly shoves her into the oven but the witch saw Gretel and presented devours them.
⦁    Rapunzel: A prince rides through the forest and hears Rapunzel cry for help from the tower. He searches for her and discovers the tower, and he bids Rapunzel let her hair down. Rapunzel lowers her hair so that he can climb up to her window. But prince is way too heavy, and he is only able to climb part of the way up over Rapunzel's pained cries before his weight separates Rapunzel's hair (and possibly scalp) from her head, causing prince to plummet to the ground.
⦁    Rumpelstiltskin: It tells the story of a little man who helps an imprisoned girl spin straw into gold. As payment, he demands her first born child, unless she can guess his name. She can't, Rumpelstiltskin winning his bet and grabs the baby carriage -- with her baby inside.
⦁    Snow White: The Queen discovers that Snow White is still alive when the magic mirror again answers that Snow White is the fairest in the land and reveals that the heart in the jeweled box is actually that of a pig. The mirror The magic mirror transform the the queen into an old hag with a poisoned apple. The Queen goes to the cottage while the dwarfs are away, faking a potential heart attack, the Queen tricks Snow White bringing her into the cottage to rest. The Queen offer poisoned apple to Snow White, promising "sweet dreams and happy endings." Snow White takes a bite and falls to the floor unconscious and the Queen leaves the cottage. The dwarfs return to their cottage and find Snow White seemingly dead, being kept in a deathlike slumber by the poison. Unwilling to bury her out of sight in the ground, they instead place her in a glass coffin trimmed with gold in a clearing in the forest. They keep watch over her. A year later, a prince, who had previously met and fallen in love with Snow White, learns of her eternal sleep and visits her coffin. Saddened by her apparent death, he kisses her, but the prince's kiss fails.
⦁    Goldilocks and the Three Bears: The bears then come home to find the intruder. Goldilocks caught and couldn't escape the window. And now she is viciously maul.
⦁    The Frog Prince: The princess kissing the frog, but her kiss fails.
⦁    The Three Little Pigs: The Wolf then tries to blow down the strong brick house. The wolf fails to blow down the house. He then driving bulldozer toward the brick house. He successful bulldoze the house and slaughters the three pigs.
⦁    Alice in Wonderland: At trial, as the Queen orders Alice’s execution, Alice eats the cookie she saved and grows large again. Alice insults the Queen. As she does so, she returns to her normal size, and the Queen orders her execution. The guards take Alice into the forest and prepare to execute. On the block Alice in a striped prison uniform and  has her hands tied behind her back, forced place her head on the block, shedding a tear on her cheek. The executiner swings the axe, delays the execution.
⦁    The Adventures of Pinocchio: Pinocchio bumps into a man offering a free ticket to Pleasure Island, at the carnival, Pinocchio befriends Candlewick, a delinquent boy and soon engage in wonderful time. Later, the man appears, saying "You didn't think you could get something for nothing, did you!?", and Pinocchio now understands what is going on, but begins turning into a donkey, hee-hawing. The man shouts "Nobody backs out of a deal", and grabs Pinocchio by the tail.
⦁    Jack and the Beanstalk: The giant wakes when Jack leaves the house with the harp and chases Jack down the beanstalk. Jack cuts down the beanstalk with axe and before the giant reaches the ground, Jack finish the job of cutting down the beanstalk, and The giant, who was climbing down, falls to his apparent death. From his sky-borne realm and crashes into the ground, making a huge giant-shaped hole. Instead of being dead, the hard-headed giant simply sits up, dizzy, and invokes a well-known comic catch-phrase, "Duh, watch out for dat foist step - it's a lulu!" Jack getting stepped on by the giant.
9. Slaves: We see enslaves all of humanity into breaking rocks, mining, etc.), and carry out other orders, the newborn children are taken and ruthlessly killed. Some women are being sell as brides.
10. Asteroid: A giant asteroid is headed toward Earth. The scientists soon discover the asteroid on a collision course with Earth. After exhausting all possible ways of destroying the asteroid, the final plan. Leading the mission the military. They fire a missile and destroy the asteroid, but the asteroid have no effect on it. Of all lost the peoples of the Earth join togather and prepring for the asteroid to strike the asteroids hit at Earth, destroying it as the ends.
11. Sacrifice: In church a secret society where worship and sacrifice peoples for God.
12. Legalizes Crime: The arrival of The President of the United States. A group of legalized crime to assassinate The President, the world first act is that crime will be legal, releases the prisoners, initiating anarchy. The wealthy and powerful have their property expropriated, are dragged from their homes, and are given show trials, where all are sentenced to death.
13. Hunt: A new season is open "Man Season." The rules, hunting a human that trafficked release from their cages and chases them around his jungle using various weapons to shoot shots at them including a cross bow and a rifle except the hunters.
14. Naked Town: In unknown town where townpeoples are legally at liberty to be nude in public.
15. Monster: A monster appears from under the water and he goes on a rampage by destroying Japan. The military to start an attack against the monster, but the monster have no effect on it and begin destroying what is left of the town. The segment ends with the camera pulling away from the smoking ruins of what was once Japan.
16. Blackout: The national power failure across the world. Chaos ensues, and widespread looting begins.

Cast
⦁    David Ogden Stiers as Archdeacon
⦁    Rini Bell as Woman
⦁    Tom Kenny as Narrator
⦁    June Foray as Little Red Riding Hood
⦁    Bobcat Goldthwait as Big Bad Wolf
⦁    Paige O'Hara as Beauty
⦁    Barry Gordon as Beast
⦁    Gregg Berger as Beauty's Father
⦁    Tress MacNeille as Rapunzel and Goldilocks 
⦁    James Marsden as Prince
⦁    Jill Talley as the Miller's Daughter
⦁    Mike McShane as Rumpelstiltskin
⦁    Jeff Bennett as Papa Bear
⦁    Grey DeLisle as Mama Bear and the High Priestess
⦁    Bobby Block as Baby Bear
⦁    Anndi McAfee as Pig #1
⦁    Gary LeRoi Gray as Pig #2
⦁    Josh Peck as Pig #3
⦁    Verna Felton as Queen of Heart
⦁    TBA as King of Heart
⦁    TBA as Alice
⦁    TBA as the Man
⦁    Mel Blanc as The Giant
⦁    Phil LaMarr as Slave Driver
⦁    Stephen Lang as The Leader of Legalized Crime
⦁    Cillian Murphy as Judge
⦁    Frank Oz as Hunter #1 and Hunter #2
⦁    Linda Harrison (actress) as Release Woman

Trivia
◾ This television film same style as Robot Chicken and Mad (TV series) combination.
◾ Archive recordings of Rapunzel and Goldilocks from Treehouse of Horror XI were utilized for the film.
◾ Archive recordings of The Three Little Pigs from Samurai Jack Episode XIII: Aku's Fairy Tales were utilized for the film.
◾ Archive recordings of Queen of Heart from Alice in Wonderland (1951 film) were utilized for the film.
◾ Archive recordings of King of Heart and Alice from Alice in Wonderland (1995 film) were utilized for the film.
◾ Archive recordings of The Man from The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show Season Episode 1 Scooby-Nocchio were utilized for the film.
◾ Archive recordings of The Giant from Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk were utilized for the film.
◾ The family in "Legalizes Crime" are human version of The Flea Family from Tiny Toon Adventures.

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