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Champagne, Si—Agua, No Summary

At a desperate pail-n-basin party to distract the guests from the water crisis, Paperman runs into Governor Alton Sanders and his wife—both African-Americans who are not quite accepted in Kinjan society. Mrs. Sanders, who is in the islands for a few days on her way to a U.N. conference in Venezuela, asks Paperman to recount the troubles he's been having trying to run a business on Amerigo. Even though her husband is governor, Mrs. Sanders hates the island and thinks it's barbaric.

Norman's well-rehearsed monologue soon has them both in stitches, and they insist he eat dinner with them. He treats them to the best steaks in the house, brandy and coffee in the hopes the governor will intervene in the current situation with Miss Buckley at Immigration. However, Paperman's heart sinks...

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