At some nameless scientific
facility, the resident scientists are collecting
solar energy and opening a new dam. A meteorite
falls nearby and leaves a huge crater. The crater
is not radioactive, but the brainy humans find massive
tracks leading from the crater to a nearby pair
of trees. The scientists are tired from a long day
of thinking, though, and decide to go to sleep.
But after they leave, one of the trees begins to
glow and beep—and then it turns into a centipede
monster with a pokey tail!
The Calico, meanwhile, is going down a river known
as the Big Silty. The crewmembers hear a big splash,
and it is revealed that Godzooky is diving for fish,
but all he gets is a bunch of seaweed and garbage.
They are on a trip to Sundance Mesa, and they soon
come to the Sundance Mesa dam.
It's at that time that they spot the giant centipede
from space. The multi-footed monstrosity walks across
the dam, breaking up the concrete, then cuts through
the roof of a nearby building. Captain Carl Majors
solves his problems the way he always does—he
calls Godzilla. The energy beast, not knowing about
the coming danger, begins soaking up the energy
from the dam, which makes it grow. At that moment
Godzilla bursts from the water and roars and thrashes
his arms a lot.
The two monsters roar at each other. They both
lunge, and the centipede wraps around Godzilla,
who pushes him off like an unwanted piece of clothing.
The energized insectoid then runs away on his many
little legs. Godzilla flames at the sensational
centipede, and the energy beast fashions a ball
of energy with his claws and throws it, missing
Godzilla but blowing up the mountain behind him.
Godzilla walks toward the monolithic arthropod,
but busts a chunk out of the dam he is traipsing
across, giving the energy beast the chance to chuck
another energy ball, which hurts Godzilla badly
and makes him look really tired and drunk, leading
to the heroic irradiated dinosaur's retreat.
It's up to Godzooky to snap Godzilla out of shellshocked
stupor with an obnoxious roar. Godzooky's blaring
honks work like a charm, and Godzilla, back in action,
uses his laser eyes to fix the dam, making it just
like new. But our monster Godzilla is still feeling
a bit queasy and sinks into the water.
Our human heroes talk with the lazy scientists
and learn about the meteorite. The scientists show
off their sonar energy collector and how it is like
a big overgrown mirror. Godzooky takes advantage
of the opportunity and makes scary faces in the
Somebody notices that one of the trees that used
to be growing near the laboratory is missing. The
scientists are called back to the facility and discover
that Godzilla (covered with crackling energy, much
like the centipede had pulsing across his exoskeleton
before) is attacking the power station! Our heroes
need to think of a way to get Godzilla away and
save Mason City. They fly in a helicopter and yell
at the errant lizard using a bullhorn, but Godzilla
won't listen and swipes at the chopper with his
claws, forcing them to make an unplanned landing.
Our valiant heroes decide the best plan then is
to take the energy away from Godzilla and thus remove
the reason for his assault, and the scientists divert
all electricity away from the power station. Godzilla
roars a lot and smashes some stuff and walks off.
The scientists and our heroes decide they must stop
Godzilla and the energy beast from destroying any
more power buildings—and it is then that someone
mentions that there is a nuclear power plant nearby!
Godzooky and Pete are sent back to the mesa—naturally,
the two rascals don't obey for a moment and decide
to help in the never-ending creature conflict instead.
Godzilla, meanwhile, starts smashing cars and throwing
them around, marching to attack the power plant.
Pete tells Godzooky to roar and bring Godzilla back
to his senses, like he did before. But when Godzooky
bleats his plaintive cry, instead of curing the
ballistic nuclear-hungry lizard, he calls the real
Godzilla from the sea! Real-deal Godzilla hurries
over and gives the fake Godzilla a hug. They struggle
mightily, and the authentic Godzilla blasts his
deceptive twin with fire breath. Fake Godzilla shoots
real Godzilla with those energy beam eyes, and then
zaps the nuclear reactor. Godzooky flies up to look
at the two Godzillas, completely confused as to
which is the real one— until the fake one
bashes Godzooky, and the true heroic lizard saves
his hinder. Unfortunately the real Godzilla hasn't
gotten any smarter, and his next attempted attack
on fakey G ends with the heroic radioactive dinosaur
buried in rock. False Godzilla retreats back to
Fake Godzilla finds the giant mirror near the dam
and gets mad, seeing himself and thinking he sees
the real deal. He blasts the mirror with his fire
breath and then takes a flying leap right through
it. The authentic Godzilla catches dumb-fake Godzilla
by surprise and grabs him from behind. As Godzilla
holds the deceptive dinosaur, the fake G turns back
into a centipede and loses size apparently from
lack of energy. The somewhat more bug-sized centipede
dashes away into the meteorite crater and down a
sizable crack in the ground. Godzilla, yet unsatisfied
with his victory, rips open the crack and uncovers
the centipede and a flying saucer! The centipede
crawls into the shiny UFO and then Godzilla takes
it in his hands like an intergalactic frisbee and
throws it into outer space! "What an arm!"
With the danger at an end, Brock jovially inquires
if Godzooky is still looking for fish. But no, not
anymore! Now he's after innertubes. Godzooky has
made a raft of inner tubes and starts riding them,
towed behind the ship!