When Quick Draw McGraw pulls out his trusty six-string in an attempt to put the El Kabong kibosh on the Dalton Gang, he gets hauled off to the hoosegow. So he turns to noted constitutional law expert Harvey Birdman to defend his right to keep and bear guitars. Meanwhile, Harvey's boss, Phil Ken Sebben, takes $12 billion from the powerful guitar lobby to fund his presidential campaign. Not that that would make him beholden to them. And Peanut and Baba Looey get into trouble when they get their hands on Quick Draw's private guitar arsenal. Written by
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It's a repeating gitbox made in 1870, used in the American West. Out there, guitars like this didn't enforce the law, they were the law. I didn't write that, it was on some asshole's website. I wish I'd written it. It's a good line.
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