Carrie White's Sing-Along Blog is a brainmade movie by user Our Green Tornado. It is basically a mashup of Stephen King's Carrie, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog and the webcomic I Don't Want This Kind Of Hero with a Star Trek twist.


Act 1-yav

Sue Snell, haunted witness and tour guide to our story, struggles to recount the incidents leading up to the glorious night of September 25. As she's questioned about the past, figures from her life in high school appear. Whatever their differences—be the good girl Sue, her varsity-athlete boyfriend Tommy Ross, her spoiled-rotten best friend Chris Hargensen, Chris' trouble-maker boyfriend Billy Nolan, or aspiring supervillain and local Trekkie Carrie White—they are all wrestling with the same insecurities and united in their desire to belong("In").

After gym class, Carrie experiences her first period in the shower. Her terrified screams for help and seeming ignorance about what's happening to her amuse and inflame the girls. With Chris as ringleader, Sue and the others encircle Carrie, gleefully chanting names and savagely taunting her. As gym teacher Miss Gardner races in at the height of Carrie's hysteria, an overhead light bulb inexplicably explodes. When the girls are reprimanded, they dismissively rationalize, "It's just Carrie," the butt of their jokes since childhood.

Miss Gardner and guidance counselor/English teacher Mr. Stephens send Carrie home for the rest of the day. But even as she leaves, her classmates' hurtful insults and name-calling ricochet in Carrie's mind until she cracks in fury("Carrie"). Tommy and his pals discuss the upcoming senior prom as Billy roars in on his skateboard, clowning around. Carrie passes by and he jeeringly ridicules her. But when she turns a furious glance in his direction, he goes sprawling. Angry and embarrassed, Billy tries to blame his seeming clumsiness on Carrie, but the other guys just laugh. That night, Sue asks Carrie out for a mock-date and Carrie reveals to Sue that she was born with incredible psychic powers from her birth, such as telekinesis, teleportation, and X-Ray vision("Defying Gravity"). She confesses that she aims to join the Evil League Of Evil and eventually rule a quarter of the world, just like her favorite Khan Noonien Singh. But before that, she has a job to do—and that is having Kirk and Spock "do the thing"("K/S").

At home, Carrie spends her time writing a 450-page Star Trek script to enter in Paramount Pictures' screenwriting contest in hopes of making Spirk canon("Justice!") and then proceeds to voice her feelings for Sue, who she has a massive crush on("My Lovely Script"). The song is cut short by her foster sister and sidekick Rachel Lang, who brings up a letter from Bad Hawk, the leader of the Evil League Of Evil. The letter informs Carrie that her application for entry into the League will be evaluated, and that they will be watching for her next heinous crime. Overjoyed, Carrie dons her villain costume consisting of a military-style uniform with command gold and science blue mixed in just the right color scheme and a pair of goggles that allows her to unleash the full extent of her X-Ray vision but also makes her unrecognizable("Bad Hawk Chorus").

The following day, Carrie prepares to steal a case of wonderflonium for the League's time-stopping Freeze Ray by commandeering the courier van using her powers. Sue happens to be on the same street("Caring Hands"), and appears asking her to attend a lavish party. However, the van requires her attention, and he appears uninterested in her and her cause. As Sue leaves, Carrie is conflicted, but opts to steal the wonderflonium, telling herself that "a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do"("A Girl's Gotta Do").

As Carrie telekinetically drives the van away, Captain Hammer, her arch-nemesis, appears and takes over Carrie's song, knocking her off track and inadvertently causing the van to veer towards Sue. Hammer pushes her out of the way(into a pile of garbage) just as Carrie regains control of the van and stops it, making it appear that Captain Hammer stopped the van with his bare hands. The two confront each other, with Hammer repeatedly slamming Carrie's head on the van's hood, but Sue emerges and recognizes him as Tommy, surprising him and making him forget about beating up Carrie. As Hammer and Sue serenade each other, Carrie jealously glares at them while she makes off with the wonderflonium.

Turns out the party was being hosted by Chris, her parents being out of town. Chris recounts to the kids the details of that day's incident with Carrie in the locker room. When Sue, confused and upset about her role in the hazing, protests that it wasn't funny, Chris perversely instructs her in the natural order of things("The World According to Chris"). Upset by Chris' toxic message, Sue turns her back on her best friend and leaves with Tommy.

Act 2-raD

In English class, Mr. Stephens praises a poem Tommy has written, and has him recite his work("Dreamer in Disguise"). When the teacher asks the unruly students for reactions, Carrie volunteers. Her heartfelt emotion only provokes the other kids' mockery. After class, Sue acts on Tommy's advice and tries to apologize to Carrie but, thinking it's some kind of trick, Carrie explodes at her and storms off. Shaken and shocked into awareness, Sue muses on their encounter("Once You See"). Miss Gardner rebukes the girls for their reckless mistreatment of Carrie and demands that they apologize to her, or else they will be sent to detention for one week. They all do, except for Chris, who instead hurls a vicious invective at Carrie, causing Miss Gardner to change Chris's charge from detention to suspension, thus kicking her out of the prom. Frantic, Chris tries to rally the girls to join her in defying their teacher until Sue shouts defiance. Battle lines are drawn; the best friends are now enemies. When Miss Gardner apologizes to the sobbing Carrie for what just happened, Carrie surprises her by insisting that she's got to let Chris go to Prom. Carrie points out that for girls like Chris, Prom is like a dream. When pressed, Carrie admits that she herself is not going. Moved by Carrie's lack of self-esteem and her need for support, Miss Gardner assures her that things can change("Unsuspecting Hearts").

Determined to do right by Carrie, Sue asks Tommy for help with a plan she's devised. Similarly, Chris, blaming Carrie for her humiliation, interrupts a make-out session with Billy to get his help in her plot for revenge("Do Me A Favor"). Meanwhile, Margaret White, Carrie's mother and the leader of the Anti-Villain Agency, hears that the Evil League Of Evil is taking in a powerful new member known as "Carrietta Noonien" and vows to get rid of her before she can join the League.

Nervous but honoring Sue's request, Tommy arrives at Carrie's front door and asks her to Prom. Wary, she repeatedly refuses, until Margaret calls her in for dinner. Worried that her mother will find her with Tommy, Carrie hurriedly accepts the offer to be his date. As he leaves, she calls out a joyous "thank you" as it begins to rain. While the storm outside intensifies, Carrie excitedly tells Margaret of her Prom invitation, triggering Margaret's own tortured reverie("I Remember How Those Boys Could Dance"). When she orders Carrie to tell Tommy that she can't go, they battle and, as rain starts to blow in, Margaret walks away to close the windows. "I'll get them!" Carrie shouts and uses her mind to slam them shut, recalling her mother of an incident that happened yesterday involving Captain Hammer. Margaret begins suspecting that her daughter might actually be a wannabe villain while Carrie calmly finishes her desert.

From that day forward, Carrie stalks Sue and Tommy on their dates; Carrie sings of the misery of the human condition, and Sue sings of hope and the possibility of redemption("My Eyes").

On his blog, Carrie reveals that her script has been completed, and that she plans to give it away the next day. The following post reveals that she has failed, as Hammer and the Agency watch her blog, and that she plans to travel to Paramount Pictures to deliver the script herself. Carrie then receives a phone call from Bad Hawk and is reprimanded, saying that the only way to be inducted now is to commit an assassination("Bad Hawk Chorus (Reprise)"). Horrible is conflicted and can't decide on a victim, or even if he wants to commit a murder at all, even though the League will deny his application if he doesn't.

Carrie chats with Sue over Klingon bloodwine at the local bar, about her problems("Sue's Song"). As they grow closer, Sue reveals that Captain Hammer and Tommy Ross are the same person. Carrie panics and tries to leave, only to run into Tommy as he walks in. When Sue leaves them alone, Tommy taunts Carrietta Noonien about her crush on Sue, happy to be taking the thing that the she-devil wants most. It becomes obvious that Tommy doesn't really care about Sue but just wants to date her to spite Carrie. Carrie decides to kill Tommy Ross as her heinous crime for admission to Bad Hawk's Evil League Of Evil("Brand New Day").

Act 3-QIH

The act opens at a pig farm while a storm rages, where Chris, Billy, and several of his friends are on a mission ("Out for Blood"). For their planned revenge on Carrie, they kill a pig and collect its blood. Back at the high school, Sue is confronted by girls who are upset that Carrie is going to the prom. Sue believes she is doing the right thing but realizes that doing the right thing is not always easy("It Hurts to be Strong"). Preparations for Prom and the news that Tommy's taking Carrie preoccupy everyone at school, including Chris and Billy, who sneak into the gymnasium with the bucket of pig's blood they'd prepared and set their own nasty prank in place("A Night We'll Never Forget"). Miss Gardner, suspicious of Sue's motives in having Tommy invite Carrie, warns them both that if they hurt Carrie in any way, they'll have to answer to her. Sue worries that Tommy is mad at her too, but insists he's merely disappointed, wanting to take his girlfriend to Prom.

The city is abuzz with Captain Hammer's crusade to help the homeless and he is considered the city's new hero; Sue ponders her relationship with Captain Hammer/Tommy Ross, waiting at the bar to share bloodwine with an absent Carrie who dreams about her date and, in a positive display of her special powers, she sends her dress, shoes, and hairbrush dancing through the air("I'm Not Alone"). Margaret tries one more time to convince Carrie not to go to the prom("Carrie(Reprise)"), but Carrie doesn't listen. She leaves for the prom with Tommy. Alone, Margaret discovers Carrie's uniform, thus confirming her suspicions and she is conflicted between her motherly feelings and her duty to the Anti-Villain Agency, as she recalls what her late Trekkie husband used to refer Carrie to as("My Precious SuvwI'Hom").  

At the gym, the psyched kids show off their Prom finery and pose for yearbook photos. Tommy enters with Carrie, and the crowd's reaction to her stunning transformation turns from initially hostile to unexpectedly welcoming ("Prom Arrival"). Miss Gardner, surprised and delighted by Carrie's new self-assurance, shares her own recollection of Prom, and teacher and student trade notes on this timeless high school ritual ("Unsuspecting Hearts(Reprise)"). After much coaxing, Tommy leads a hesitant Carrie onto the dance floor where they're observed – first by Sue, who's felt compelled to sneak in and see how her plan has worked out, and then by Chris' partner-in-crime, Norma ("Dreamer in Disguise(Reprise)"). Chris and Billy, hidden high in the rafters above, prepare to unleash their prank, as Sue comes upon Norma switching real Prom ballots for fake ones, arousing her suspicions("Prom Climax"). 

Votes tabulated, Mr. Stephens and Miss Gardner announce Tommy and Carrie as Prom King and Queen. Tommy begins a speech of encouragement to the students, but it degenerates into self-centered, condescending praise of his own excellence and relationship with Sue("Everyone's a Hero"). A disillusioned Sue spots the bucket dangling above the coronation area, confirming her worst suspicions. Frantic, she tries to warn Miss Gardner, but the teacher, who's been wary of Sue's motives in forgoing her Prom in favor of Carrie, pushes her out of the gym. Chris cues Billy, who yanks the bucket and drenches Carrie in blood. As the Prom-goers' stunned silence turns to derisive laughter, her unimaginable humiliation turns to fury, and then madness. Lashing out with her power, she exacts a terrible revenge on friend and foe alike("The Destruction"). Powerless, Sue watches her classmates all perish. She alone survives while Carrie realizes that this act is the murder she required.

Carrie arrives home in her bloody prom dress and finds momentary solace in her mother's arms. She washes herself and goes to sleep while Margaret attempts to kill her to make good on her vow, but she eventually chooses her daughter over the Agency and leaves silently, leaving an erotic K/S fanzine published in the early 80s by Carrie's side—something she deemed "outrageous" before the whole ordeal("My Precious SuvwI'Hom(Reprise)"). In the aftermath, Carrietta Noonien gains infamy and is free to commit additional crimes unfettered by Captain Hammer, who is seen on a psychiatric couch sobbing to his therapist. She becomes a member of the League, striding into a party in celebration of her induction, attended by Rachel and the villains Pink Pummeller and Purple Pimp.

Carrie takes her seat at the League, composed of fellow supervillains Tie-Die, Snake Bite, Professor Normal, Dead Bowie, Fake Thomas Jefferson, Fury Leika, and Bad Hawk(who proves to be an actual hawk). She addresses the camera, saying, "now the nightmare's real" and reunites with Sue, who accepts Carrie's proposal to be her girlfriend. Overjoyed, Carrie triumphantly sings her planned victory song while the villains crown her Khan("Everything You Ever"), and they all ride off into the sunset towards Paramount Pictures.

Musical Numbers

Act 1

  1. "Overture"-Orchestra
  2. "In"-Ensemble
  3. "Carrie"-Carrie
  4. "Defying Gravity"-Carrie
  5. "K/S"-Carrie
  6. "Justice!"-Carrie and Ensemble
  7. "My Lovely Script"-Carrie
  8. "Bad Hawk Chorus"-Bad Hawk Chorus
  9. "Caring Hands"-Sue
  10. "A Girl's Gotta Do"-Carrie, Sue, Tommy
  11. "The World According to Chris"-Chris, Billy, Sue, Tommy, Kids

Act 2

  1. "Dreamer In Disguise"-Tommy
  2. "Once You See"-Sue
  3. "Unsuspecting Hearts"-Miss Gardner, Carrie
  4. "Do Me a Favor"- Sue, Chris, Tommy, Billy, Kids
  5. "I Remember How Those Boys Could Dance"-Carrie and Margaret
  6. "My Eyes"-Carrie and Sue
  7. "Bad Hawk Chorus(Reprise)"-Bad Hawk Chorus
  8. "Sue's Song"-Sue
  9. "Brand New Day"-Carrie

Act 3

  1. "Out for Blood"-Chris, Billy, Boys
  2. "It Hurts to Be Strong"-Sue
  3. "A Night We'll Never Forget"-Carrie, Chris, Billy, Sue, Ensemble
  4. "I'm Not Alone"-Carrie
  5. "Carrie (Reprise)"-Margaret and Carrie
  6. "My Precious SuvwI'Hom"-Margaret
  7. "Prom Arrival"-Ensemble
  8. "Unsuspecting Hearts(Reprise)"-Carrie, Miss Gardner
  9. "Dreamer in Disguise(Reprise)"-Tommy, Carrie, Ensemble
  10. "Prom Climax"-Chris, Billy, Carrie, Tommy, Ensemble
  11. "Everyone's A Hero"-Tommy and Groupies
  12. "The Destruction"-Carrie, Ensemble
  13. "My Precious SuvwI'Hom(Reprise)"-Margaret
  14. "Everything You Ever/Finale"-Carrie and Groupies
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