Burnout: Rock And/Or Roll
What the fuck is that noise?
Last day at the museum. Skate Rock day.
Goat's nervous, but holding it together.
Buckle in. This could be a rough one.
Body's practically European at this stage.
Emilie and Dustin - sunkist.
These kids wanted to talk about Ken Sigafoos and Don Hillsman. Damn orthodox punkers.
I finally make it backstage. Pffft! Is this it?!
Nah, they're fine. They're all fine.
Bud can birthday cake for the Jeffersons. Where the hell did she get that thing?
'Wait. There's cake?!! '
Shane's parents made it.
Up next and slightly more Satanic - Bad Shit.
Here we go ...
Nice work, Trix.
Minds, roundly blown.
Don't worry Morgan. Only a few more hours until we go home.
Jason, stymied at board check!
I ran up to them and started singing 'Oh Yoko.' They laughed and sang along with me.
I'm coming to visit you guys!
Finally, some real fuckin' French people!
Au revoir. Au revoir. Je vous remercie beaucoup, tous mes amis.
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