Immersive retro context pays off again here. I never knew that Johnson died the very day before Nixon announced the Vietnam peace agreement. There's something poetically tragic about that. In addition to the previously discussed subject of this starting one of the periods during which there were no living ex-presidents, it's also noteworthy that there won't be another presidential death for over twenty years. This was coming out of a period of relatively concentrated presidential deaths that resulted in there being no living ex-presidents at this point: Kennedy in '63, Wilson in '64 (had to look that one up), Eisenhower in '69 (preempting "Turnabout Intruder"), Truman in '72, Johnson in '73, less than a month later. Nor had I, but those guys had to come from somewhere. I'm certainly grateful. Didn't know about that. "Space Oddity" came up as Bubbling Under business a few years back, but this would be the period that most people remember the song from, no doubt. Yeah...it's alright but not terribly memorable. Gorgeous '70s classic. The sister wouldn't have wanted to be involved in taking stolen donations. And the Tuttle ruse was preexisting as the name being signed to acquire the supplies. Po probably would've given it to the kid straight while using it as a teachable moment. Kan might have been a little more enigmatic about it. I was very sensitive about some things in my single digits. You may recall that I was too scared to watch The Incredible Hulk for its first season.