THERE'S SHARON AND SHELLEY.
THEY'RE WATCHINGSOME TELEVISION.
WAVE TO THE CAMERA,SHELLEY !
WHAT ARE YOUWATCHIN', GUYS ?
WE'RE WATCHING THE NEWS.
THAT'S THE TVIN OUR LIVING ROOM.
STILL SHOWING COMMERCIALSRIGHT NOW.
WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUTTHE TELEVISION, SHELLEY ?
OH, THE NEWS ISSTARTING !
THE GOVERNMENT EFFORTS TO STOPTHE PERUVIAN FLUTE-BAND CRISIS
ARE NOW IN THEIR THIRD DAY.
IN CITIESALL OVER THE WORLD,
FLUTE BANDS HAVE BEEN REMOVEDAND QUARANTINED,
BUT MORE MAYSTILL BE OUT THERE.
HOMELAND SECURITY ISREQUESTING THAT
IF YOU SEEA PERUVIAN FLUTE BAND,
DO NOT APPROACH IT.
MARK DOWNTHE FLUTE BAND'S LOCATION
AND DO NOT, UNDER ANYCIRCUMSTANCES,
BUY THEIR C.D.s.
THE FLUTE BANDS THATHAVE BEEN CONTAINED
ARE BEING TAKEN TOA QUARANTINE AREA IN MIAMI.
Wave To The Camera, Shelly
Randy films his family watching the news.
Stan is annoyed by the excess of Peruvian flute bands. Randy enjoys his new videocamera.x CLOSE
The boys decide forming a Peruvian flute band would be an easy way to make bank.x CLOSE
During their first public performance, the boys feel the heat of Peruvian flute competition.x CLOSE
The Department of Homeland Security realizes they have an epidemic on their hands.x CLOSE
The Department of Homeland Security launches a counter-attack on Pan Flute Bands.x CLOSE
Randy films his family watching the news.x CLOSE
The Boys try to reason with a guard, buy he doesn't want any more CDs.x CLOSE
Homeland Security informs the camp that they're about to be shipped off.x CLOSE
The Parents all wonder what has happened to the Boys.x CLOSE
Homeland Security tries to figure out where "Peruvian" is.x CLOSE