Donkey Kong breaks open a barrel containing Diddy Kong. Diddy falls out, dazed.
Diddy! Are you all right?
(rubbing his head) Jeez
King K. Rool has stolen all of our bananas! The entire hoard's gone!
No! God, no
I know. So we've got to get them back. Luckily he left a trail of perpetually spinning bananas that lead to his hideout.
All right, let's hey, wait. Perpetually spinning bananas?
They both look at a nearby line of three bananas, each one spinning in the air.
Oh, also, all the spinning bananas hover.
And there's a trail of these? All the way to his hideout? The one in that boat that's miles away?
Yeah. A trail of thousands of hovering, spinning bananas. So?
Donkey, I don't understand how, but we've been blessed with an incredible opportunity. It would be really easy to use these countless spinning bananas to generate energy. They might allow us to construct the first functioning perpetual motion machine.
but what about the bananas?
Look, we're on the brink of revolutionizing sustainable energy. If we need more bananas we can plant a frigging banana tree.
In a matter of months Diddy Kong develops new technology that harnesses the power of the perpetually spinning bananas, solving the energy crisis. King K. Rool dies alone in a boat full of rotten bananas.