Ed goes on a spirit quest to find his parents; Chris loses his voice and must sleep with the most beautiful woman in town to recover it; to that aim, he invites Maggie to dinner. When Joel mocks her charm, Maggie takes on the challenge.

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The movie Boys Town (1938) inspires mestizo foundling Ed to start looking for his parents. As the tribal stories all contradict, he sets out on a quest for his roots, helped by the invisible Ancient spirit of chief One-Who-Waits, who appeared in his sleep, according to Joel an imaginary friend. Joel can nor more diagnose a medically sensible cause for Chris Stevens sudden loss of voice, which he attributes to the passing-by of a dream-girl. Meanwhile Holling must stand-in as radio DJ. Written by KGF Vissers

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One-Who-Waits: When the men of the tribe brought you up here, you were three years old.
Ed Chigliak: Was there a dog?
One-Who-Waits: A dog? I don't know. There might have been a dog
Ed Chigliak: I remember sitting in the sunshine and a dog sticking his nose in my face. I really liked that. That could have been here.
One-Who-Waits: Each man told you a story of the tribe. A history. They didn't expect you to remember everything. They just wanted you to hear the words. And when they finished, they picked you up and handed you man to man so that you would know each ...
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