John From Cincinnati
His Visit: Day Five

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Mr. Sobell: B- | Grade It Now!
Preach On. And On. And On Some More.

"If my words are yours, can you hear my Father?" John begins, as Ramon and Cunningham continue to set up the grill. "Can Bill know my Father, keeping his eye on me?" Butchie and Kai walk up to the motel at this point. "Can I bone Kai and Butchie know my Father instead?" John asks. The camera follows John as he walks across the motel parking lot.

Now we're in Room 24 -- you know, the one that causes Barry such consternation. The door opens, and John walks in. Cut to the outside of the motel, with John walking out of Room 24, carrying a guy in his arms. The guy doesn't look too good, and not just because he's entirely black-and-white. He looks kinda sorta dead and ghostly. Hey, I guess Room 24 gave up its dead after all. John sets ghostly dead guy on the bench behind where Kai and Butchie are standing. "My Father's shy doing his business," John says, as the camera pans to Kai and Butchie. "Kai helps my Father dump out. Bill takes a shot. Shaunie is much improved." Now the camera cuts to John: "Joe is a Doubting Thomas. Joe will save Not-Aleman. Joe will bring his buddies home. This is how Freddy relaxes. Cup o' joe, and Winchell's variety dozen." As if to say, "Yes, we're talking about that Freddy over there," the camera cuts to Freddy, standing all Freddy-like with his arms folded. Back to John: "Mitch catches a good wave. Mitch wipes out. Mitch wipes out Cissy. Cissy shows Butchie how to do that. Cissy wipes Butchie out." We cut to Dr. Smith, with his arms folded and looking at the ground, while Freddy stands a few feet away. Then, over to Butchie and Kai. "Butchie hurts Barry's head. Mister Rollins comes in Barry's face." Since the camera goes to ghostly dead guy, I'm going to assume this is the unfortunate Mr. Rollins. On a nice long shot with John standing in the center of the shuffleboard court -- the triangles are pointing to him -- while all the assembled characters are facing him, John continues: "My Father runs the Mega-Millions."

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