Tea-Eee is a short film directed, produced and edited by LordStarscream100. It is the third and final Bread's Crumbs interquel. The film stars Russell Parkinson and Ryan Bowman as Colonel "Ego" Crunch and Captain "Boter" Jumpa, respectively, with both having appeared in the original film. Gabe Sagherian debuts as Tea-Eee's host, whose name is later revealed to be Dennis Palmer. As Jumpa and Crunch are on vacation, they encounter a parasitic alien that has possessed an innocent civilian. The film was released on October 3, 2014.
The film opens with Tea-Eee running down a street, stumbling to the ground several times before running onto the lawn of the beach house that Jumpa and Crunch were staying at and collapsing to the ground. While Jumpa was asleep on a hammock during the initial events, Crunch came outside after hearing the noises from the odd entity. While surveying Tea-Eee's body, the alien suddenly sprung back into consciousness and unleashed a strange vocalization, as did Crunch, although he is known to do so at times. The noise from the two wakes up Jumpa, who runs over to the scene.
The three are gathered in a standoff position, as Jumpa and Crunch pretend that they're enemies to try and confuse their visitor. Yet Tea-Eee ignores this, and begins dancing around and slamming his tennis rackets together. Jumpa flees, andCrunch runs off wielding a leafblower when Tea-Eee unleashes another strange vocalization. He climbs up a tree, to which Tea-Eee follows but is kicked down when climbing up. Crunch jumps down and turns on his leafblower, blasting it in Tea-Eee's face. Jumpa approaches and asks who the strange being is, to which he states his name in a high-pitched voice, much to Jumpa's amusement. As Jumpa tells Tea-Eee that he's still coming with them for interrogation, the alien springs up and escapes, running down the street while being shot at by Jumpa.
To pursue him, Crunch rides down the street on a skateboard while Jumpa runs, wielding two pistols as he does so. Eventually, they corner Tea-Eee at a cul-de-sac at the bottom of the street, where Jumpa orders Tea-Eee to drop his weapons. Tea-Eee runs towards them, to which Jumpa shoots Tea-Eee several times, although this winds up being ineffective and leads to Crunch blasting the leafblower again. This time, Tea-Eee's hair flies off, and it is revealed that the hair was actually an alien using a civilian as a host. As the true alien escapes, Jumpa and Crunch pursue and shoot at it, and it soon slows down and dies. However, the creature springs back to life and attacks Jumpa and Crunch. Before any true harm could be done to them, the civilian crushes the alien under his foot, much to Jumpa's surprise. The trio then runs up the street together.
- This film, as well as Alias Odium, are the only Bread's Crumbs films that don't feature or mention John Bacchus.