TREY: [after the blap-boop ending of "Wilson"] Meanwhile, in the public square, Wilson is hanging somebody else. He’s standing up there on the scaffolding, next to the AC/DC Bag, an electronic robot hangman, plug-in hangman, with a black bag over his head. They're hanging Mr. Palmer, who is the accountant for Wilson who has been funding the revolution by extorting money from Wilson and sending it to them. And, there's Mr. Palmer, standing up on the scaffolding, and Wilson sings this song.
[“AC/DC Bag” is played next. Narration returns after its conclusion.]
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