- "At least that pest Charlie Brown didn't bother me when I was
wearing a sheet as a disguise," said the Lovely Rita, who was also
known as the little red--headed girl. "That guy's almost as big a
nuisance as your boyfriend!"
"That'd take some doing," the good fairy observed. "There ain't a
redhead safe within a hundred miles of him!"
Touche' was beginning to wonder if he shouldn't replace the
supporting cast in his story. He was starting to think the good
fairy was almost as much of a problem as Bebop. But then, those two
did go back a long way together... how they could go back that far,
when the good fairy wasn't even that old yet herself, was something
else to ponder.
- "Sign this," said the Puppy Dog, handing Blonde-fan Olsen a sheet of
paper covered with dirty paw prints. The Puppy Dog didn't know how to
write, but didn't let that stop him from manufacturing incriminating
"What is?" asked the Good Fairy's latest fan.
"It's a confession of all your crimes, including the ones you just
confessed to," said the Puppy Dog.
"Blonde-fan Olsen has another confession to make," said the Good
Fairy's latest fan. "He not know how to write."
"That's OK," said one of the stupid donkeys. "We'll sign it for you!"
Blonde-fan Olsen passed the paper to the three stupid donkeys, who
proceeded to sign it in the stupidest possible way. One donkey held the
pencil, and the other two moved the paper.
They couldn't write either, so they just signed it with an "x".