STARRING: ART VAN HARVEY, BERNARDINE FLYNN AND BILL IDELSON
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Vic keeps his sense of humor but still sends Rush off to fetch Volumes 3, 7, 9, and 10 of his lodge library while Sade emphasizes that having the costume might make the difference whether Melvin keeps the job or not. Vic (reads): "Our founder, R. J. Konk, once said, Huius ad valorem sunt divisa in agrorum hunc. He meant, ‘No other warrior shall use my shield. My banner is my own until I die.'"
Sade thinks they ought to return some of the favors the Stembottoms have done for the Gooks. Vic prepares to offer further logic from Volume 7.
SEE SOME DIALOGUE AND SCRIPT SYNOPSIS
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* Part of Vic's existence is arguing with the neighbor men. Sometimes Vic will argue with Mr. Donahue, sometimes it's with Charlie Razorscum or sometimes it's with Mr. Drummond.
* And what would they be arguing about? Well baseball for one thing. But just two days prior to this broadcast, the headline in the Milkwaukee Journal paper was:
|November 29, 1936|
[Oddly, Litvinoff, an anti-fascist Russian diplomat, was fired shortly after making this statement.]
* It's December 1936 and now R. J. Konk gets his rightful place as founder of the Sacred Stars of the Milky Way. Nine months earlier and Konk wasn't Konk and five others were musically taking considerable credit for his grey-eyes-magically-turning-blue mystical journey.
* It appears this script has one of the driest endings possible for Vic and Sade. However, that's near-impossible to know without actually seeing the script.