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Parson, still holding his sword, looks skeptical.|||
Jefftichew: But there's no time.
Drop the staff.
Let me cast it now.
Parson: I'll... have to think it over, Jojo.
Jefftichew: Don't delay!
I'm standing by! 
Sizemore, wielding his shovel, breaks through a tunnel wall and looks around. Behind him, the feet and lower bodies of Marie and Janis are visible as they descend the newly created stairs.|||
Sizemore, eyes narrowed, points his shovel at Jefftichew and takes up position before Parson, who looks on indulgently.|||
The women have descended the stairs and entered the tunnel through the hole in the wall.
Marie, frantic, cries out and clutches her robes, while Janis, behind her, responds with calm determination.
Janis, seen from behind, raises two fingers of her right hand in a peace sign at Jeftichew, while green sparkles trail and surround her right hand. In the foreground, Parson's side and shoulder can be seen.|||
Janis continues to hold her fingers in a peace sign while another upside peace sign is behind her, in the background |||
Janis: Give me Love. Give me... Peace on Erf. |||
Jeftichew looks at the fading glowing orange remnants of Janis's spell. A flower remains in his hair.|||
Sizemore dodges the thrown scroll, and Parson catches it in the crook of his arm without dropping the staff or sword.
Jeftichew is in the foreground, glancing back.
Jefftichew: Use that in case you're ever feeling free will-y.
^ This statement is clear indication that Parson can use curse words rather than getting them "boop"-ed out of existence.
^ Stereotypical lines from direct response television marketing to get the viewer to purchase the advertised product.
^ "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)" was a 1973 song by George Harrison.
^ The peace sign
^ Reference to a famous Richard Avedon photograph of George Harrison
^ "It don't come easy" was a 1971 song by Ringo Starr and George Harrison. One of the lines could be read as a response to Janis's "Peace" spell: "Peace, remember peace is how we make it."
^ Right after Jefftichew calls Parson an "erf bound whale" he gives him the scroll in case he wants to use it "free will-y", referring to Free Willy, a movie about freeing an Orca whale from captivity and leading it back to its original home
^ Reference to P.T. Barnum's famous final exhibit in his American Museum