Chad Narducci:
Okay, so I got a set of adjoining rooms at the hotel your associates recommended, so that way I can keep my eyes on you.

TLOTA:
Ah, this is the best place in the country, the small towns, the local BBQs, the people, not an ounce of the problems the rest of the world has.

Chad Narducci:
James cut me a break. Please give me a place with tall buildings, overpriced coffee, and national supermarket chains. That’s the world I want to see.

TLOTA:
Dude, this is the heart of the country and in that dance hall is where we’re going to get some real American mojo! (James and Chad run in, and James asks the band if they can do a Bluegrass version of “Soul Bossa Nova” in which the band composed of Paulo Fonseca, John and Mike Santos, Ed Champion, and Andrew Beach Hollar “YEE-HAW BABY!” and as the band performs everyone gets in step and even Chad gets to enjoy himself while doing some Boot Scootin Boogie as the music continues to its crescendo and Chad lets out a YEE-HAW as the words “The “Powers” That Be” are seen in the same font type as the “Austin Powers” intro and the music ends as James and Chad walk into the hotel with Chad a little tipsier than he lets on.)

Chad Narducci (Drunk):
You know something, you indeed are a good pal! I mean, here I am constantly shitting on you and being a complete asshole, and you are like Teflon!

TLOTA:
Yeah, and you’re tanked to the gills

Chad Narducci (Drunk):
But I will say this right now, I (Silence for two seconds) am going to puke all over you.

TLOTA:
Oh no, you don’t! OH NO, YOU DON’T! (James grabs Chad as James bends Chad over to puke, then James sets him up so Chad doesn’t choke on his vomit and preps the medication to cure him of the eventual hangover. Then walks towards the adjoining room only to see a group of wild and crazy drunk College Girls has decided to use the room. James walks over to the little office nook to work)

TLOTA:
As I said before, the first Austin Powers movie was a moderate success at best at the box office. When it was released on the VHS and burgeoning DVD market, the movie became a cult classic, and with that success, it meant dollar signs that New Line Cinema was more than ready to collect with a sequel, which to many is the best in the franchise.

The second chapter in my journey with Austin Powers continues as we see Austin getting shagged.

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