Oh crap, I just realized I almost forgot a dream I had last night. It was... I really don't know. At all.
So, it starts off featuring Courage the Cowardly Dog (from the TV show, as I hope everyone knows) being pursued by some kind of evil organization that resemble the Men in Black. After they catch him, they lock him in a cage on the back of a truck, which is filled with shelves and shelves of duck heads.
These are all kinds of duck heads, ranging from Donald, Daffy, to regular, realistic looking duck heads. Each one of them has a collar around it's neck keeping it alive, much like the heads in Futurama.
The plan is to complete the collection by first transforming the dog into a duck, and then chopping his head off and putting it on display with the rest of the duck heads.
What the guys driving the transport truck don't know, however, is that the heads have developed psychic abilities, since they have been deprived of their bodies. Courage rallies the duck heads into action, and they begin trying to break out of the truck. At this point, Donald's head declares "Ok, boys! We're not just stationary duck heads anymore!" and starts ramming the back of the truck.
Suddenly, all the heads begin manifesting giant strands of yarn using their psychic powers, and envelop the truck, and throw the driver out. They make big, yarn avatars, including a giant helicopter, and start to fly away with the truck. Then they attached themselves to a boat, along with the truck, and sailed off. There were a few odd ducks in there (haha, bad pun) that made strange things out of the yarn, like a giant octopus that shot yarn arrows, and a giant Elmo.
The Elmo was weird, because apparently Elmo had been transformed into a duck and had his head cut off, so it really was him. They were all out of red yarn, though, so he had to use blue and some orange. Somebody asked if the color change would confuse people and he said "well, they can just call me Grover, then. We're basically the same guy, except he's blue, and does more acid."
Then I had a dream about an amusement park that simulated being caught in a fight between aliens and predators from the Alien movie universe, but I can't recall that one so great right now. I'll write that up later, when I've had time to think about it.