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Then JR encourages Bast to take Mister Wonder to this gala event that he got free passes to–a free meal!
Bast flees but is nabbed by Crawley who forgot to mention the hippos in the film, and hopes that Bast will add hippo music.
But JR says it’s important to read all the “literture.” (“Will you stop saying literture.”) Then it gets down to what Bast owes JR.
JR gave him in expenses and Bast itemized his trip (I love that JR had to give him while Gibbs has at one point got a penny on him).
In the meantime JR is mad that Bast says he has no time to write music when here’s a whole bunch of music he has recently done (this is commercial stuff to pay the bills).
As they head out the door there’s a peculiar interchange between her and Vogel [which I don’t quite get].. He says “I Could feel its whiteness” and then mentions Niadu Airgetlam (which I can’t find online at all–and I haven’t actually looked in any JR notes do as to avoid spoilers).
Which I assume references Always take a girl named Daisy (’cause daisies won’t tell). Poor Dan has to go to school in soiled ill-fitting clothes and bandages).
But she insists that he look after all the kids while she takes off and returns home. When Dan gets to school, all the educational equipment is gone.
And if anyone is doing anything illegal they can file a class action suit like they did with Diamond Cable.
Bast said he hasn’t read any of the things that came in the mail (“like you didn’t even read them hey? Bast says it would take a month just to read Moody’s.
As the bus pulls out we learn that Ann di Cephalis took the kids to the basketball game that Vogel was supposed to go to (HA! And a refrain of “maybe she enjoyed the basketball” runs through his head until they get back and Ann is there. Turns out Nora took all his suits to the Thrift Store for her Brownie points.