Toad-O Line (Act I, Scene Six)
Where upon the house combo at the Brasserie drifts into a modified version of one of Toad-O’s big hit numbers. BUDDY JONES stares longingly at the little nozzles pooching out of MARY’S moistened upper clothing, but it’s too late . . . WARREN, one of the other guys from Joe’s Garage Band, has already recognized her (he’s now one of the foremost disco-fusion rhythm guitar players on the Wet T-Shirt Circuit, currently providing exciting strummery here in Miami), and is in the process of getting the details of her life on the bus with LARRY and the other jolly road crew lads. He eventually sends JOE a letter with this information in it . . .
This is the CENTRAL SCRUTINIZER . . . Meanwhile, Joe hears about Mary’s naughty exploits. He falls in with a fast crowd and gets seduced by a girl who works at the Jack-In-The-Box, named Lucille, who gives him an unpronounceable disease . . .