Back in L.A. from a visit to Portland, Fred launches into a song for his friend Carrie about a city where the 90s still flourish and where young people go to retire. Jump to Portland, where a couple asks the wait staff about a chicken on the menu. Before making their order, the couple decides to check out the farm where the chicken was raised: there they find a seductive cult leader, Aliki, surrounded by his many wives. Meanwhile, at a bookstore run by two women, a man runs inside to use the toilet; the proprietors demand that he buy something. Written by
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So, where are you live?
[hiding under the table
I'm with some room mates up on the north side. It's kind of a house, but it's kind of falling apart.
"It's kind of a house, but it's kind of falling apart."
I think that describes your life right now, honey.
References Punky Brewster