Reverend Calvin, a feral wolf, reports a fortune stolen from church funds and the parishioner who did the accounts, a feral sheep like most of his flock, missing. The man is later found cut-up in the grinder of his employer's factory, but has no motive or suspicious record. Undercover as a 'homeless' seeking church shelter, Monroe discovers reverend Calvin, whose previous Southern parish was similarly robbed presumably by a parishioner, has an affair with his sheep church secretary, who transferred with him, but is up for a rude surprise too.
Did You Know?
The opening quote and loose plot come from Aesop's fable "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing". See more
The reverend says that in Spain, on the base of the Christopher Columbus statue, the country's motto "ne plus ultra" is inscribed. This is wrong in several levels. First of all, the actual words are "NON plus ultra" (lit. "no more beyond"), a Latin saying used in Roman and Medieval times to mean that there was no land west of the Iberian Peninsula; these are indeed on the base of the Columbus statue in Valladolid. However, Spain's national motto is actually the opposite, "Plus Ultra" ("More Beyond"): they were adopted under the reign of Charles I in reference to Columbus' travels, who had proved the old Latin saying wrong. See more
[At the church bake sale
Well, I got to hand it to you folks; you're really making me hungry. Oh. Not you, the food.
I'm Just Me
Written by Diamond Rings
Performed by Diamond Rings See more