Cardigan Man's store. By the way, Taylor's market offers about three hundred different juices and teas. Just look at the back row. A woman asks where his brussels sprouts are. He says his supplier was out this week, but that he should have some next week. She says she wanted to make them tonight, so she'll try the vendor across the street. Cardigan Man apparently hasn't walked by a window all day long and has no idea what she's talking about. He walks out the door and sees a Farmer's Market set up in the middle of the town. Wouldn't Cardigan Man have to authorize any community activity that would use the green area like that?
Taylor storms up and demands to know who the proprietor is. It's the guy who didn't get voted town troubadour again. We have to hear Cardigan Man remember who he is. He also calls him a "long-haired freak." My friends inform me that the actor is better known as Naked Trucker, who opens for Tenacious D sometimes. That's easier to remember and funnier than "Long-Haired Freak," so "Naked Trucker" it is. Naked Trucker moves in for a hug, but Cardigan Man tells him to let go of him. Naked Trucker says that Cardigan Man's "got a little 'David and Lisa' thing going on." I hate when I don't know what that means. Then I have to look it up. Here it is. David and Lisa, by James Reach. It's a movie that was rewritten for the stage: