Tommy has provided none of the Solomons with a personal background, which is a burden to Dick because he has to change subject every time Dr. Albright asks him about his past. Ultimately she thinks Dick is actually an activist - currently hiding for the FBI - she met in the 1960's. Since she really liked this man, Dick sees no point in denying he's the guy. Meanwhile, the Solomons experience music because Harry has become a CD club member.
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Did You Know?
A few of the songs Harry got from the Records club were "Electric Avenue" by Eddy Grant and "Wake Me Up Before You Go Go" by Wham! See more
Dr. Mary Albright
['60s flashback; to Manny Rosenberg
You're an inspiration to all Neo-Trotskyite Anti-Stalinist Marxists.
Dr. Dick Solomon
You're pretty tuned in for a bourgeoise chick.
A Whiter Shade Of Pale
Music by Matthew Fisher
and Gary Brooker
Lyrics by Keith Reid
Performed by Procol Harum See more