TREY: So, Colonel Forbin now is looking up at Tela, and he realizes that he’s madly in love with her. What you’ve got right now is you’ve got Colonel Forbin, you’ve got Tela on the multibeast there, you’ve got her little sidekick the Unit Monster, and you’ve got Rutherford the Brave who’s still recovering from his ill-fated dive into the river. Now, what happens is all four of them climb up on to this thing, this big hairy animal, and they start riding through the woods. As they ride through the woods, Tela looks back and starts to tell Colonel Forbin about this whole revolution that’s going on.
Now, they ride deeper and deeper into the woods. And as they get deeper into the woods it starts to get darker and darker and sort of scarier and scarier. And they find themselves really getting far into the heart of this dark and deep forest. [first notes of “Wilson” are now repeated as the narration continues] So, it keeps getting darker and darker and they go deeper and deeper into the forest. As they ride, Tela tells Colonel Forbin about this revolution as I was saying. She says that the revolution has been going on for years, but they really are getting close now. They think that they are going to be able to overthrow the evil king Wilson and hopefully turn the whole area there back into a peaceful, beautiful, non-tyrant area.
So, here they go, into the forest. As they ride into the forest, they come upon this clearing. The woods sort of they get get thicker and thicker, and finally they open up into this round clearing. Standing in the middle of this clearing is this guy Errand Wolfe. Errand Wolfe is standing there with his fist raised up in anger as they lean forward, and as they start to come forward towards him, he starts to sing this song about the evil king Wilson...
[Band begins the verses of “Wilson,” which will also be followed by the “Interlude” and another narration.]
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