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  Posted: September 4, 2021      Views: 16

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"Baron Aaron and Count Too-ten 4" by Bill Schott

This scene opens on another tropical island.  Baron Darrin stands on the beach with his friend Count Bi-tooz. Behind them is a well-built cabana in front of several citrus trees.

Baron Darrin (BD): I really miss our friends Baron Aaron and Count Too-ten. 

Count Bi-tooz (CB): (
giggles to himself) Yes. Likely lost at sea. Tragic and so sad.

BD: Fortunately you were able to get the Count to place all his assets in trust between you. 

CB: Yes. His disappearance makes me the sole owner of all.

BD: Have the search parties not reported anything?

CB: No. It's been months now. I fear they are lost forever.

The scene changes to the tropical island upon which Baron Aaron and Count Too-ten are marooned. 

(to the palm tree)  I am so happy you are here, my dear.  I might have gone insane without someone in which to confide. 

CT: (
doing the crab walk across the scene)  Sit right back and you'll hear a tale...

BA: There's that horrible crab again. 

CT: Goin' tell you a story 'bout a man named Jed...

BA: I would kill him and eat him if I were not allergic to shellfish. 

CT: Flintstones; Meet the Flintstones; they're a modern stone age fam-i-ly...

BA: If he does the Patty Duke theme again I will lose my mind.

CT: Meet Cathy who's been most everywhere, from Zanzabar to Barclay Square...

To be continued ?????

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