Kind of hilarious how a symbol of Women's Lib has become a symbol of sexism in a more conservative era. Did they ever say what the play's transgressions were? Is it a musical, by any chance? That's kind of cool. A little Godspell, too, for good measure. Sounds like this was a nice Cozy Mystery updated for the Groovy Era. Who says you can't trust anyone over 30? He was hurrying to get to that LAS episode before his part was recast. This seems like an unnecessary digression in an otherwise intense episode. Maybe should have given Kenneth a chance there. Well, this episode was certainly on the grim side. Of all people who should know better. Okay, so he's a full-time high-school student with a girlfriend and a traveling Rock Star, and now he has a job. All of this seems improbable to me. The guy from McHale's Navy and ubiquitous character actor. Why didn't he just do that to begin with? It wasn't like it was a family heirloom or something. And it turns out the cast are really Vampires! No, I can do better than that. Boz! Last seen in Mission: Impossible. He's usually so conservative. If it's a Starbucks, the staff is used to it. From what? At that moment, the traveling troupe of Vampires, having been invited into the embassy by the treasonous bodyguard, who had met with them earlier during the dinner, crashes into the room to assassinate the boy king, only to be intercepted by Barney Collier, who pops out of a hidden compartment in a 17th-century tea cart, as the boy king himself rips off his mask to reveal that he is actually Rollin Hand, and the two men whip out automatic handguns loaded with silver bullets, making short work of the fanged terrorists. As the dust and bones settle, Phelps saunters into the room and says to Barney, "I wonder if she'll agree to work with us on future missions." "Who?" asks Barney. "That girl," replies Phelps. Aunt Esmeralda and a billion other things. That would have made a good Perry Mason. Bea from Vega$. Cute. That was certainly at the far end of the convoluted spectrum. That was a hysterical pregnancy in more ways than one. Actually, quick and easy is not something you want your pregnancy to be. Careful, Ira, most insurances will not pay for a home delivery or a lay midwife. The story didn't really deliver, though. Interesting. Further research is called for. Oh, yeah, his voice was amazing. Not dispute it, but it was a surprise that self-service shelves were an innovation. I mean, I think we've seen people grab stuff off the shelves in old Westerns and stuff, but who knows about historical accuracy?