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Setting: The Station, the next day...
Dave: Well, everyone, try to finish packing by tonight.
Matthew: Wait, are we all going back to Illinoise in a covered wagon together?
Dave: No, Matthew, only you are going back to Illinoise. I was just offered a job in Utah as a NewsDirecter for their News Fort.
Lisa: Oh, yeah. They asked me to be the reporters' producer.
Bill: Oh, yeah, I'll be workin for them to.
Everyone but Matthew: Me too.
Matthew: Wait, I thought-you mean-darn it!
Mr. James walks in. He points to Matthew.
Jimmy: There you are! You're gonna die! You closed down my fort!
He grabs Matthew and starts beating him.
Beth: So what's going to happen to Mr. James?
Dave: Oh, don't worry, he hasn't lost all his fortune, plus he owns several gold mines and banks. He should be fine.
Later that afternoon...
Jimmy: So, uh, Dave. I hear you got another job with everyone else.
Dave: Yeah, but I don't like leaving this place.
Dave: So, how small is your net worth?
Jimmy: Oh, actually, I haven't lost any money!
Jimmy: Well, I own a lot of things Dave. A bank robber network is one of them.
Dave: Oh, I see.
Jimmy: Yeah, plus I'll get a bit more money. I'm selling this place.
Dave: Uh, sir, if you didn't lose any money, then why are we closing down? I mean, you're shrinking your coporate empire.
Jimmy: Yeah, well, I'm going to build a new empire. One that'll conquer the west. Gonna give them indians guns and make em fight for me.
Jimmy: Uh nothing Dave, nothing. Look if you need me, I'll be in the can making a mail call.
A week later...
Matthew is on a wagon with his cats and lots of boxes.
Matthew: Yup. Illinoise won't be so bad. Yup. It's so urban there, I'll bet there won't be as many scary indians. What's that noise?
Suddenly, a huge army of indians riding horses and carrying guns and wearing thick armor come running down the horizon. One of them is carrying a flag with Jimmy's face on it.
Matthew: Ahhh! Indians!
He turns around and goes the other way. He and his indian followers make there way across the horizon, eventually going out of sight as the sun rises higher.
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