> Charts > Narration Chart: "Wilson", 1994-06-26

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TREY: So here he is now… You guys are all following this right now. What’s happening right now, you’ve got Colonel Forbin, newcomer to Gamehendge. You’ve got Rutherford the Brave, who’s just coming, waking back up from almost drowning from his stupidly jumping in the water with his armor on. Meanwhile, you’ve got the Unit Monster, who just carried him out. You’ve got Colonel Forbin looking up at this multibeast and seeing the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen.

At this point in time, he’s already heard about the revolution that’s brewing. Tela offers to take Rutherford the Brave and Colonel Forbin to the site of the revolutionaries where they’re plotting to overthrow this Evil King Wilson. So what they do is they all climb up on to the back of this giant beast, and they start riding through the forest.

So they’re riding through the forest and riding along: they’re riding. Tela clues them in a little bit more about what’s going on. Soon, they start coming deeper and deeper into the forest. [Trey faintly plays “Wilson” intro atop the Gamehendge theme] As they come deeper into the forest, they come across this sort of clearing. Standing in the middle of the clearing is this guy, this little guy, and they look down at this little guy.

They come up towards him, he’s this tiny guy, and he’s kind of holding his fist up there in anger. His name is Errand Wolf. This is the guy who’s the head of the revolutionaries, the most angry man, the man that hates Wilson the worst of all. He’s sitting there in the clearing… [Band starts “Wilson” introduction] As he stands there and they come closer to him, he starts to raise his fist up in anger and sings this song about Wilson…

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