The band, sans Lane, paces around the apartment as they wait for Lane to show up to the emergency band meeting she called. Gil is annoyed at the delay because he has a "ten-pound salami" sitting in his delivery van. Zach and Brian giggle. Suddenly, the door is kicked open by one Mrs. Kim, scaring the crap out of everyone. Lane enters behind her and happily says that the band is going on tour. Mrs. Kim tells them to gather around her for the details. The three guys look at each other until Mrs. Kim tells them to stop standing around looking stupid. She's awesome. Mrs. Kim tells everyone about their upcoming tour locations, all of which are churches -- the churches on the Seventh-Day Adventist East Coast entertainment circuit, to be exact, which Mrs. Kim has been familiar with since her days in an "all-girl Christian tambourine band." All girls, all Christian, all tambourines, and no Friday night shows. Must have been a thrill. Mrs. Kim adds that the band will be put up in various church members' houses during their tour. Gil says that this seems "a little weird." Mrs. Kim: "'Weird'? What weird? You need to play, here's places to play. Nice places, clean places. Don't wear that outfit on stage," she adds, referring to Gil's delivery uniform. She asks for a copy of all the bands' songs so that she can make sure the lyrics are clean, and Zach balks. "Oh please!" says Mrs. Kim. She rattles off the latest Prince tour statistics to prove that money can be made even if a performer "doesn't swear" and mentions God. I don't know that Prince of the butt-cheek exposing one-piece is the best example here, but I'll take it, and so will Zach. Mrs. Kim asks what the band can use for transportation. Brian suggests Gil's delivery van, which is currently filled with salami. Snicker, snicker.
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