::Indy comes back on stage::

Indy: Well, here we are at the end of another great Golden Acorn awards ceremony. Again, I’d like to thank the efforts of Winston and Jareth for making my job easier, and a special big thanks goes out to Fish, who went out of his way to make tonight’s festivities special. And a big round of thanks to all of you for being Rangerphiles!


::The crowd shouts in approval, then Indy waves the people on stage::


Indy: Come on, folks! Time for one last song, and I think you know what it is...


::The orchestra fires up again, playing the CDRR theme song. Everyone sways back and forth, arms interlocked behind people’s backs as the chorus begins::


Wayc and Foxhound: Some-times, some crimes…


Indy and Rennod: Go slipping through the cracks…


Julie and Jaleel (pointing at Chip and Dale): But these two gum-shoes…


Gadget and Foxglove: Are pick-ing up the slack!


Chip and Dale: There’s no case too big, no case too small!


Monty and Zipper: When you need help just call…


ALL: Ch-Ch-Ch-Chip ‘n Dale’s RES-CUE RAN-GERS!


KS and Karl: Ch-Ch-Ch-Chip ‘n Dale


Ferrante and Nimnul: When there’s danger!


Fish and Jareth: Oh no, it never fails, once they’re involved…


CD and Winston: Some-how what-e-ver’s wrong gets solved!


ALL: Ch-Ch-Ch-Chip ‘n Dale’s RES-CUE RAN-GERS!


Greyhound Bus and lotacats: Ch-Ch-Ch-Chip ‘n Dale


AQD Robert and Ray Jones: When there’s danger!


ALL: Ch-Ch-Ch-Chip and Dale!


::Everybody claps, then Indy grins::

Indy: You know what’s next, folks…


ALL: Hey J.A.M.! What time is it?


ˇˇˇMEXICO!!! ˇˇˇMEXICO!!! ˇˇˇMEXICO!!! ˇˇˇMEXICO!!! ˇˇˇMEXICO!!!


::The crowd joins in with the exuberant jaguar, then with a round of hugs and well-wishes, the Golden Acorn awards comes to a close. The scene shifts outside, where Stan Blather is interviewing the guests as they leave::

Stan Blather: And there you have it, ladies and gentlemen, an evening marked with suspense, magic and the rise of Fish on the Rangerphile scene. I think I see him coming now. Let’s get a few words from our man of the hour!


::Fish is indeed coming out, standing next to a golf cart with a middle-sized trailer attached to it. His awards are piled high in the trailer, and Fish looks like he’s ready to sleep for about a straight week::


Stan: Well, I see they did learn from last year about how to handle big winners. Fish, a few words, please. How does it feel to be the only Rangerphile to win the awards for Best Artist, Best Artwork, Best Author and Best Fanfiction all in the same year?


Fish: Tiring…


::Stan chuckles::

Fish: Yes, I bet so. And what do you plan on doing now? What wonders do you have cooked up for the world at large next?


Fish: Sleeeeeeeep…


Fish: Um, yes. So, where do you plan on displaying your award collection?


Fish: Mezzanine…


Stan: But Fish, that was just for tonight.


Fish: Must walk down mezzanine, get award, walk back…


::Fish walks on past Stan, heading for the U-Haul truck he ordered about halfway through the ceremony. The camera pans back to Stan::


Stan: And there you have it. A tiring but fulfilling night here at the second annual Golden Acorn awards. Ah, here comes Indy now. Indy, a moment please!


::Indy walks into the frame::


Stan: Are you pleased with how everything came out this year?


Indy: Very much so, Stan. The hardest thing is following up a success, and I think we’ve done that very well.


Stan: Good. And where are you headed for now?


Indy: To the after-ceremony party. It’s at Radio City Music Hall this year. Care to join us?


Stan: Sure! Well folks, that’s all the time we have for now. My time’s up, and I thank you for yours…


::Stan gets in Indy’s limousine and the two of them head off as the credits roll. The scene switches back to the main stage, where folks are still milling around. Suddenly an alligator drops down onto the main stage::

Sewernose: Good night, sweet prince, and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest! Hamlet, act five, scene two. A great actor must be able to improvise with the classics, you know.


::Sewernose bows, doffing his hat, and the scene fades to black::