Still another nightmare from the creator of the perennially popular There's a Nightmare in My Closet. This time it's a little girl who ""was never afraid of anything when we lived in the city, but now we live on a farm,"" in a scary-looking old house with night noises. Unconvinced by her parents' belief that it's just mice, the girl dons cowboy gear and sets out to lasso a nightmare. She finds a large, round one (whose silhouette echoes the figure of Buddha shown on the hall table) pathetically clutching her new teddy bear; she chases and lassos it and takes it to her parents--but it vanishes when the light goes on. This doesn't add much to its predecessor, but will serve as the other side of the coin as needed.