TILLY LALLY:

Ah, I did not hear it. What was it, Obtuse Angle?

OBTUSE ANGLE:

Pooh! Nonsense!

TILLY LALLY:

Mhm.

[SINAGAIN enters with a bottle of rum and pitcher of water for the PHILOSOPHERS]

SUCTION:

It was Phebus Apollo.

ARADOBO:

Ah, that was the gentleman.

TILLY LALLY:

So, who was Phebus?

OBTUSE ANGLE:

The heathens in the old ages used to have Gods whom they worshipped, and they used to sacrifice to them. You have read about that in the Bible.

ARADOBO:

Ah, I thought I had read of Phebus in the Bible.

OBTUSE ANGLE:

Aradobo, you should always think before you speak.

TILLY LALLY:

[laughs] He means Pharoah.

SINAGAIN:

I am ashamed of you, making use of the names in the Bible.

TILLY LALLY:

I'll tell you what, Sinagain, I don't think there's any harm in it [gives her a pat on the ass].

GASS:

[enters] No! I have a camera obscura at home-what was it you was talking about?

TILLY LALLY:

Law! What has that to do with Pharoah?

SIPSOP:

Pho! Nonsense! Hang Pharoah and all his host. Sing away, Quid.

Published @ RC

April 2014