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Beotower on Bastille Day

DB, Sutro Tower Executive, dressed for the business meeting in which he would convince CH and MH to sing and dance for "Madame Butterfly," the most important Sutro Tower Video video that was never made. Their number was "For Me and My Gal." He was already familiar with Gene Kelly by this time, having been "Singing in the Rain."

Beotower on Bastille Day

CH and MH, both dubious about the odd invader in their household. They did sign the STV contract, it is on file even to this date with the FBI.

Beotower on Bastille Day

"Hot Diggity," Dog Ziggity, Boom Die Yuppie Scum! BK additionally wore a tight fitting stuffed animal, mostly not clearly visible in this studio video still.

Beotower on Bastille Day

DC, who formerly lived downstairs from the offices of Sutro Tower Video, also seemed unconvinced that caramels could make him a star. DB had invaded his television set at this point. Soon it became difficult to manage proper camera maneuvering during DC's fine Aretha Franklin number ("Rock Steady") to avoid getting an X rating from the censorship board.

Beotower on Bastille Day

The All-American Dream Girl, who unfortunately came to the offices of Sutro Tower Video to take a shower on a fateful day when her landlady had turned the water off in her apartment. What did she think the studio was, another Bates Motel or something?

Beotower on Bastille Day

BD, former Siamese twin of DB, apparently surprised at his reception at the time of his arrival at the entrance to Sutro Tower Video studios.

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