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Act I: Breakfast! (Gromit)
The episode opens with Gromit in the dining room, while Wallace is waiting to be let down from his bed. Use the lever that's on the wall next to the potted plant and dustbin, and Wallace will be dropped down and dressed using his signature contraptions. It's Gromit's turn to make breakfast, and Wallace is keen for eggs, toast, and honey. Shouldn't be too complicated, right?
There's a tap next to the dining room window that appears to pipe in honey from some as-of-yet-unknown source. Use it to get a jar full of honey, which takes care of one third of Gromit's breakfast quest. Exit the dining room and head into the foyer.
As you enter the foyer/hallway, a pile of letters will drop through the mail slot on the front door. Pick up the post, and bring it back to Wallace in the dining room. Wallace will look them over with deep concern: They're all bills. Gromit will insist (in his non-verbal way) that Wallace take care of one before breakfast, so he'll trigger an overly complicated pen-holder to glide down out of the poster, held aloft by a stuffed badger with a pulley in the middle. While he's preoccupied with the bill, grab the badger. You'll need it in a moment, honest!
Exit the dining room and go down the hall to the furthest door at the end, which leads to the kitchen. Walk over to the refrigerator and open it. There's some butter in there (and not much else!), so grab it. Walk back over and open the bread box next to the toaster (in the foreground). When you grab the slices and toast them, a pesky squirrel will nick the slices and escape, leaving a greasy set of paw prints on the counter. Place the butter where the squirrel tracks are, and grab two fresh slices of bread. This time, when the squirrel tries to steal the toast, he'll slip on the butter before he can grab it. Two thirds of Wallace's breakfast is now handled. Good work, chuck.
Next, let's get to work on the eggs. On the stovetop, there seems to be an elaborate frying pan setup, and there's an enticing red button next to the refrigerator. Push the button, and what follows is a rather elaborate egg-cooking device involving boxing gloves, chickens, a mallet, a funnel, and more. However, there's nothing to convey the lain egg to the next phase of preparation, so it breaks on the top of the cupboards. While you're still in the close-up view of the contraption, use the badger on the wire. Exit this view, and move over to the dial next to the pantry door, and switch it from "Bash" to "Tap". Reset the machine by hitting the button once more, and hit it again to get another egg going through the works. If everything goes correctly, you'll get a beautifully served egg squarely on the plate.
Take all the breakfast items back to Wallace in the dining room and give them to him, one by one. Before he has a chance to tuck in, though, Mr. Paneer appears at the window with a business proposition for Wallace. Due to Wallace's Sniffer 3000 cheese-detecting prototype running amok in Paneer's shop the previous day, he's looking for a rather large favor as repayment, and it's related to Wallace's latest business idea: Honey. Fifty gallons of it, in fact—by tonight. For whatever reason, Wallace accepts the offer.