The characters all have an individual storyline as they all are trying to put a show together. Read into the soap-opera-esque character descriptions as you'd like. I tried to be tactful. The mafia connected walrus theater owner tries to deal his hippo-star girlfriend while having an affair with a cat. The hippo deals with her anger issues and eating disorder. The elephant performer deals with a paternity claim by a chicken ex-girlfriend. A hedgehog falls in love with a poodle. A knife-throwing frog deals with an addiction as well as war flashbacks. A rabbit falls ill and is misdiagnosed. A paparazzo fly digs for dirt on the show. The fox choreographer fights for control over the show. A chain-smoking weasel stagehand has a black-market movie business. All of these events intertwine as they build up to opening night. The hippo finally has a psychotic break and guns down many of the Feebles in a gory blood fest. Only a few survive. There is more, but that's the gist. Oh, and there's music! He he. It's a rather phsychotic film. As I said, it marks what I see as officially over-the-line.