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Tommy: Betty Anne, you got a letter.

betty Anne bongo: Hmm, It's from the library.

august: yeah, Here's the book.

Repunzil: "Classics for Children"? Yeah.

Betty Anne bongo: I checked that out when august was born. I was gonna read to him every day.

Tommy: Why don't you read to us now? I decide who reads and when! How about now? Mmm.

Betty anne bongo: Betty anne's Odyssey. Is this about that minivan I rented once?

Tommy: NO BETTY ANNE, ITS A TALE FROM AICCENT GREECE! That minivan had the biggest cup holders. And change slots for every coin, from penny to quarter.

August: guys, I loved it, too, but it was seven years ago.

betty Anne: Fine. (starts reading) "It was the end of the Trojan War. "Clever Odysseus had come up with a plan "to destroy the Trojans once and for all. Bring it in! Now throughout history, when people get wood, they'll think of Trojans. Trojans. (laughs)

Tommy: What are you laughing at, Betty Anne?

Betty Anne bongo: If I'm laughing at what I think I am, it's very funny. Anyway, "As night fell, the Greek soldiers crept from the wooden horse.

Betty Anne bongo: And that's the greatest thing ever written.

Tommy: Are you crazy? I can't believe a play where every character is murdered could be so boring!

Betty Anne bongo: Well, Guys, it's not only a great play, but also became a great movie called Ghostbusters!

(Then, The Offbeats then dances to an instrumental of Ray Parker Jr.'s "Ghostbusters".)

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