86 and 99 get jobs as actors to find out how KAOS is passing information.
Did You Know?
The title comes from the song "Hooray for Hollywood" which was first featured in the movie Hollywood Hotel
(1937) and has been used in numerous events celebrating movies, the capital of movie making, and the Academy Awards ceremony. See more
Although the extras in the audience are placed to make it seem like a full house, in several scenes, especially the curtain calls, it is evident that the theater is mostly empty. See more
[reading the part of Lady Fanny
I wish I could do something with my hair.
[reading the part of the butler
I beg your pardon, smiles and bows.