Louie the Parrot finds a written will stating that his master bequeathes the family fortune not to him, but to his fellow household pet, a lunkheaded cat named Heathcliff, with the proviso that Louie is next in line to inherit the wealth if Heathcliff dies. So, Louie plots the untimely demise of Heathcliff.
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Rooster's Millions, the book being read by Louie the Parrot, is a reference to Brewster's Millions, published in 1902. The original novel tells the story of Montgomery Brewster, a young man who inherits a million dollars (roughly $27 million in 2016 dollars) and then must spend every penny of it within a year, without retaining any assets or property, in order to inherit a greater amount. The novel has been adapted several times, most notably into Brewster's Millions
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[Louie puts an apple on his head
Duh, what's that for, Louie?
Louie the Parrot
You wanna play games, don't ya? Well we're gonna play William Tell.
[Replaces the apple with a cherry
Oh, boy! William Tell, William Tell! Duh... Who is he?
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