If you have not yet read Scene 9, please read that Scene first.
If you missed the start of our parody of the entire musical on Wednesday, September 30, 2009, please enjoy it in order!
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In our last exciting episode, parodic ecstasy evolved into erotic ecstasy for one glorious night. But how does each feel in the light of day?
When he wrote about the lambs he boffs each noon,
He completely done me in
And I love that she's picked up a new word, "poon"
Thinks it bold, poetic, rather than a sin
But together, we might write enchanting farce
If I got her well-redoubted
Parodies to .... (parse!)
I have often walked down the beach before
Hot and sandy; seems I’d always rather teach before
Nowadays do I… look for Turtle guy
Knowing I’m on the beach where he lives
In Sargasso Sea, does much food abound? 
I no longer park with any other brood around
I'm indiff'rent for any diff'rent shore
Knowing you're on the beach where I live!
And now, my dreams have no ceiling
I’m aglow just knowing he’s near
With hope, at water’s edge, kneeling
For any second, he may suddenly appear!
Lifeguards point and stare; men are mobbing me
Could be Hasselhoff, but *Tommy*: Hot and bothered, me!
My heart only beats for my Turtle sweet
Love’s in reach on the beach where he lives!
[Musical interlude while FG opens her laptop and checks the latest submissions and posts on AIR…scanning threads for TT’s comments…]
As for guys at AIR, all so fatherly
I love all of you, but Tommy, I would rather see
His four flippered feet make our team complete
Heights, we reach, on the beach where he lives!
They've melded mentally, paired parodically and physically, and the two have become one, as a writing team. They are ready to debut their combined works at AmIRight. How will they be received? Plauded or panned? Will success ruin them? Will failure sour them? Tune in to our next exciting episode, and find out!
 "Sargasso Sea" - an area roughly in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by the currents that run clockwise around said Ocean. Said currents were used by sailing ships to travel from Europe to the New World and back.
Being in the middle, the area tends to be calm of both wind and current, and therefore accumulates a great deal of seaweed, especially the species "sargassum" (from whence the name). Sailing ships could thus become becalmed there, and some species of turtles hatched in Florida and neighboring areas are believed to swim there, both to feed on the seaweed and to hide from predators, until maturing and growing large enough to fend for themselves in open waters.