TREY: Okay, thank you. So at this point in time [tape cut] with us. We've got Colonel Forbin, who goes up the mountain [tape cut]. Icculus? You know the song about Icculus, Steve! Come on. Come on! No really now, this is the important part here, because Errand Wolfe, who is heading the revolution now, has the Helping Friendly Book, and he gets a little bit greedy. Instead of doing the right thing he stows The Famous Mockingbird with glue and rubber bands against a pole, and picks up the book and goes into town to find the meanest man in town to help him execute Wilson so that he can take over as the next Evil King. And you know who he gets to do the job.
[unintelligible conversation between Trey and Mike, including Mike asking about “the whole other thing” before Trey counts off “The Sloth” which will be followed by the final narration of this performance.]
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