In this level, using the Bunny is the best since its the quickest available in this level. It is almost impossible to lose, so our next criteria is to pass the level the quickest, so the Bunny is the best choice. Different from Launch Site A, there is a barrier similar to the one in Level 1 in the middle of the level.
Once you reach the end, a cutscene will be initiated.
Here is a brief description on the cutscene that featured in this level. More can be seen here.
After Launch Site C, a cutscene with the Duplicator accusing the Angel begins. The Duplicator says he cracked the code. He argues that the Angel named the tunnels A and C, but no B or D. He also says that he is trying to take the Child away from him. The Angel denies it. He says that he needs some time to himself without the Duplicator bothering him and says to go away. The Duplicator say will not go away until the Angel changes his plans. He says that the Bunny is out because he is an animal, Pastafarian is out because the Angel hates common decency, and the Duplicator is out because he keeps on exposing the Angel's plans. The Angel and Child are the only ones left. A for angel and C for Child. After a few seconds the Angel starts laughing. The Duplicator says that this isn't funny. The Angel says that he is following the alphabet. The Duplicator asks why he skipped Plan B, and he replies saying that he didn't. Plans A and B are both coming from Launch Site A, and C and D are both on Launch Site C. Then he says that they won't even need all the other plans. The Duplicator says he is arrogant. He argues that he is 100% certain. The Angel says he is not taking any chances. He says the Duplicator has no ideas and will not interfere while they are going home. The Duplicator then leaves Launch Site C.