TREY: And so, Colonel Forbin is looking up now at the face of this beautiful woman and realizes that he’s in love. He doesn’t know what he’s gonna do about it. But, in the meantime, here’s this knight here, Rutherford the Brave who's basically half drowned, and they’ve got to get him back to where he comes from, so… They decide to pile him up onto the of the multi-beast and go for a little ride through the woods.
[“Wilson” riff begins underneath the narration at this point.]
So, they pick the, they pick the knight up… Okay, they pick the knight up, and they put him on the back of the multi-beast. They put Colonel Forbin up there, they put Tela up there, and they start to ride through the woods. So, they are riding along through the woods and it’s getting darker and darker as they get deeper into the woods. Tela starts to look down here at Colonel Forbin and explain the whole situation to him. Telling him that, you know, Wilson came in and took over, took the book, and enslaved all these people and turned their life into a living hell.
So what’s happened is that there is this band of revolutionaries has sort of started to, crop up, and they’re in the woods. Turns out that Rutherford the Brave is in with the revolutionaries. He’s sort of, he used to work in the army with Wilson, and now he’s kind of a spy. Tela , of course, is one of the leaders of the revolution. She starts to tell him about this other guy who is really the head honcho here: Errand Wolfe.
As they ride through the woods, they get closer and closer, and they eventually, they come upon this little clearing and they see sort of an encampment. Tents set up all over the place and camouflage, the whole deal. In the middle of the clearing here, is this guy Errand Wolfe, and as they reach there -- you know, hatred in his eyes, this evil guy -- he’s standing there with his fist raised in anger, and he’s singing this song here, about Wilson here.
[Phish plays “Wilson,” which will be followed by a return to the introduction for backing music for the next narration.]
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