Welcome to the nightmare world of Wally Week.
Even Wallys have to sleep - the trouble is, being a Wally nightmares are more troublesome than you would think.
Sweet dreams, Wally? NO CHANCE.
Being a Wally, nightmares are more common than pleasant dreams, and the one you are entered is the worst ever. Not only are you still looking and acting like a Wally you can't even sleep like normal people, and you are having the Daddy of all nightmares.
OK Wally, don't you just lie there suffering in your nightmare do something about it.
Well how would you normally wake yourself up? That's right, with an alarm clock. No problem, or is it? Just find the clock, wind it up, and your nightmare is over. Parts of your nightmare may repeat themselves, repeat themselves, repeat themselves. Of course, being a nightmare and you being a Wally things ain't gonna be that easy.
For a start everything suddenly seems larger than life, so even everyday objects somehow present difficulties. And being a Wally, you may find it even harder to release yourself from your predicament. Parts of your nightmare may repeat themselves, repeat themselves, repeat themselves.
You may be totally incapable of working out what order to collect things, use them, or even what you need to use. Can't help you there, Wally, but if you want to wake up you've got to keep trying. Parts of your nightmare may repeat themselves, repeat themselves, repeat themselves.
So straighten your cap, tighten your pyjama cord, slip into your slippers and get moving.