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Whoohoo! It’s the Led Zeppelin episode. Personally, I don’t really care. When I wanna get the Led out, I just turn on my ipod, but ok, clearly NBC has shelled out some change to the band so they want to milk it.
The episode opens at the West Chester Rebel Camp- 20 miles outside of Philly.
I fully expect to see Bam Margera skateboarding through the scene or farting in the face of Aaron, but nope… he’s not there. Nora is explaining their situation to a random Rebel dude while Miles gets beaten.
Miles is introduced to Colonel Starkey and Sergeant Someone- Wrigley, maybe? It doesn’t really matter right? Odds are both of these guys won’t live through the episode. So, let’s just call them Rebel Leaders or “RLs” for short. Miles thinks it is cute the rebels use Military titles. The RLs want to know why they should just kill Miles. Miles tells them that he can give them Monroe’s head on a platter- the RLs are confused, and Miles explains that Monroe has Miles’s nephew- Triple D (Dumb Dumb Danny) and he needs the RL’s help. The RLs are still a little unclear how Miles can give them Monroe. Hey, I didn’t say these guys are smart. Miles tells them that he knows EVERYTHING about Monroe and why on earth would they pass up a chance to get Monroe? So the RLs decide to help Miles and the Misfits. Sheesh, talk about taking the long way around.
That evening in the camp, Miles is drinking some “shine,” and Charlie advises him he should take it easy, he’s got a big day tomorrow. Miles is like “I’ve got my country’s 500th anniversary to plan, my wedding to arrange, my wife to murder and Guilder to frame for it; I’m swamped.”
Oh wait, wrong fantasy… Miles just wants to tie one last one on before, probably dying tomorrow. Seriously, the only thing worse than dying, is dying with a hangover. Charlie is confident Miles will figure it out. Miles wonders aloud “What if I have to go face to face with Monroe?” Well, I guess you are gonna have to put on your big girl panties and get ‘er done.
The Misfits and various and assorted Rebels (seriously, it’s like a Rebel Pu-Pu Platter), head into an old subway tunnel.