TREY: There he is, standing in the clearing, this guy Errand Wolfe, and he’s singing about Wilson, how much he hates Wilson. They, all these people, now get off the multibeast, and they’re all wandering around. They find themselves at this sort of revolutionary camp. There’s tents set up, and a campfire going in the middle, all these people around. Colonel Forbin is a little bit overwhelmed by all of this, but he sees there’s a lot of underground activity to overthrow this evil guy.
Now meanwhile, while they’re standing there, a messenger comes back from the middle of Prussia into the woods, and he has terrible news to tell Errand Wolfe and all the other revolutionaries. He tells them that the person responsible for funding this revolution, the guy who was responsible for rounding up the money to support this revolution... His name is Mr. Palmer, Mr. Palmer is Wilson’s accountant, but Mr Palmer hates Wilson just as much as anyone else.
So, what he’s been doing is illegally channeling funds from Wilson’s money there and sending it all to the revolutionaries. Unfortunately, WIlson is on to all of this stuff. Meanwhile, right at this very time, in the public square, there’s this hanging going on. Mr. Palmer is about to be executed. He’s standing up there on this scaffolding. Next to him on this scaffolding is this electronic hangman called the AC/DC Bag. He’s got the bag over his head. And, it’s about to go down here through the thing, he’s got the noose around his neck. Mr Palmer looks up there, and he’s about to sing this little song.
[Band plays “AC/DC Bag,” which is followed by Trey's return to the mic to continue the story.]
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