Meerkats and Paul Newman star in Werewolf of Oz episode,

Hi, it’s Greenygrey. It’s time for another thrilling episode of Grey’s epic comedy-fantasy travel-quest classic, Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps, so without further ado, here it is for you to view:


With the MoMo East departed, a sudden wave of fresh nature seemed to spring into Meekatharra, and all the meerkats started dancing in the streets. Bruce said they were dancing flamboyantly because it had been banned under monotheist rule, so they hadn’t done it in public for a long time.

Cover of "The Meerkats"
Cover of The Meerkats

It was fantastic to see them enjoying themselves, and I hoped they would live their lives in freedom and peace from henceforth.

Ned Kelly and Paul Newman

When the dancing had calmed, and the meerkats were preparing to eat, we bade them farewell and left to continue our journey.

Thankfully, there was only one more significant event that day. Passing through Newman, we witnessed a Butch Hustler being arrested for damaging a fire hydrant. The officer said, ‘Luke Cassidy, my name is Sheriff Ned Kelly, and I am arresting you for laying a cool hand on county property.’ Luke looked down on his luck, but was still smiling. Bonzo smiled back.



Paul Newman and films he starred in: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Hustler, Cool Hand Luke. In the latter, his character, Luke, is arrested at the start for damaging a fire hydrant; and despite all his problems (being shot, possibly fatally) he is still smiling at the end.
Ned Kelly (19th century Aussie bushranger).


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