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Things open up with a action of "Back in My munition Again". Ryan gets a see from a bibliothec (also onymous Gloria); who begs for assistant due to the construct she's apprehensive she's animate thing followed and targeted for capture by a fiend known only as "The Brain" (Kid). Ryan; and later on resisting a commentary astir her "Dewey Decimal System"; he acknowledges being enamored ("Careless Whisper"). Following this, the else kids and Riley discuss their plans to see "Scary Mary: Part 2" (with Kid and Riley handsome the play-by-play of the previous film). shadowing a weak joke, the Brain arrives and begins monologuing around his plot; having hypnotized the city's new librarians (Renee & Stacy) to gain access to all the library books so the psychological feature inside is "mine. During that song, a comic book snaps Renee, Stacy and the Brain's added lackeys aft to normal; consequent in the head beingness tied up and being left for the patrol to decision making up (Renee and Stacy tell nous his accumulation humourist is revoked; with P. Ryan cracking that it wouldn't do him more than good where he's going). Back in the real world; Ryan finishes his publication meet as Kid returns, whiney approximately how much of a dog "Scary Mary: Part 2" was ("It wasn't flat-bottom scary"). The evident elision to the otherwise united front is Ryan, who prefers to go with reading his book on corking detective stories (much to the Kid's amazement). Ryan then suggests the Kid try reading for fun; leading to concluding song "Dance to the Music".
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