TREY: So, there he is in the middle of this clearing here now, Errand Wolfe singing this song about Wilson. The four travelers get off the back of this huge Multibeast, they get down, and they start walking around. As they walk around, they see that this whole camp of revolutionaries is hanging out there, and they’re getting ready for something big. Now, as they’re standing there, a messenger comes in, and he gives them the word that they’ve been dealt sort of a horrible blow. What the message is is that the money for this whole revolution has been coming from this guy Mr. Palmer, who is the Evil King Wilson’s accountant.
Mr. Palmer, despite the fact that he was working for Wilson himself, is actually part of the revolutionaries and has been moving funds from Wilson’s account out to the revolutionaries so that they could have money to run this whole thing. The problem is that Wilson found out about this, and as we speak right now, the main square right next to the castle there, there’s gonna be this execution. Mr. Palmer has been caught, and he’s gonna be killed. So, here’s Mr. Palmer standing up on this scaffolding, and next to him is this little mechanized, robot hangman called the AC/DC Bag. The AC/DC Bag is about to pull the handle and drop Mr. Palmer through the thing. Wilson is standing there next to him overseeing this whole thing, and he sings this little song...
[Phish performs “AC/DC Bag,” which will fade out to become the instrumental backing for the beginning of the next narration.]
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