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In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash - Chapters 3-4, Flick Fails to Recall an Old Song and The Counterfeit Secret Circle Member Gets the Message, or The Asp Strikes Again Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-4, Flick Fails to Recall an Old Song and The Counterfeit Secret Circle Member Gets the Message, or The Asp Strikes Again Summary

Chapter 3 is comprised of a single page. Ralph and Flick are still at the tavern, drinking beer and eating pretzels. The old friends' nostalgia continues as they recall various characters and places from their childhoods. Flick tries to recall the words to an old song from the TM Bar Ralston radio show. Ralph stops him, announcing that he will now sing "the greatest theme song of them all." He begins to sing, "Who's that little chatterbox...the one with curly golden locks? Who do I see? It's Little Orphan Annie..." Ralph is setting up the next story, in which...

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