The sun was going down at the park and WALL-E was staring at Jay's grave. He scurried off, picked another flower and put it overtop the others. What WALL-E didn't know was that some policemen were watching him. As WALL-E was about to roll home, he heard something. "Hey!" the voice shouted. "You need to get out of here and get home fast." WALL-E noticed a stick-like creature coming towards him. This creature was the weirdest thing that WALL-E had ever seen. He couldn't find hands on it anywhere. "WALL-E," he whispered. The creature nodded. "I'm Swirly," he whispered. "To get to your truck, you have to roll across the park, then you need to go over a hill and that's how you get to your truck." "Oh," WALL-E said impressed. With a wink, Swirly hopped away. As WALL-E rolled home in the direction that Swirly said, he tried to say the name. "Swirrrrrrrrrrlllla."
Betsey was surprised at how quickly WALL-E had arrived. So were EVE, Long Ears, Sportsy and Flopsy. "How did you get home so fast?" asked Betsey. "Swirla," WALL-E warbled in reply. "Who's Swirla?" asked Long Ears. "I don't know," replied Betsey. "But, he sounds like a cute friend. What does he look like, WALL-E?" So, WALL-E hopped up and down on his treads, sending the others in a giggling fit. WALL-E's hopping didn't explain what Swirly looked like, but it did explain how Swirly got around! When WALL-E stopped hopping and the giggling died down, they all went inside WALL-E's trailer to turn in for the night.