Uncle Sal shook his head.
"Well, you know that Iggy is quite popular, especially with the ladies. They scream when they see him and they throw their bras on the stage for him. In fact, I think most women would do just about anything just to be near him. He's kind of like The Beatles that way. And I can see why. He is quite a handsome man."
Uncle Sal poured some Irish cream into his coffee and stirred it.
"The only problem is that he has this big German bodyguard named Dieter Fenstermacher. He was a bodybuilding champion some years ago, and he won't let anyone near Iggy unless Iggy OKs her. Apparently, there was a bit of a riot at Iggy's last show. Seems a group of women had a plan. If individually they wouldn't be able to get close to the singer, then maybe as a group they'd have more success. So when the tour bus stopped, of course Dieter got out first. Immediately this group of women swarmed him and while the German was on the ground, they rushed to be close to Iggy. Police asked them afterward why they had done something so dangerous, and you know what one of the women said? She said she just wanted to say hello to Iggy. That's it. Just to say hello."
Uncle Sal sipped his coffee and said, "Pretty smart, I guess...mobbing Dieter to 'Hey' Wahl."
This episode featured:
Mindy Fresch as Alice
Klaus Vanduro as Uncle Sal
Jellybean Merengue as the Grateful Ed mug.
Tune in next week when Uncle Sal says, "You can't believe everything that you breathe."