Dutch, Barry and the gang make their way out of Las Vegas, and Barry learns a thing or two about the efficacy of green energy initiatives. They pull into the town of Beaver, Utah, a tiny town of 2,500 perhaps best known as the birthplace of Robert LeRoy Parker, or Butch Cassidy. Butch used to rob banks and company payrolls — presumably in order to spread the wealth around. When they reach Grand Junction, Colorado that evening, they all watch Shareholder’s Report on television, a sort of American Idol dedicated to the American taxpayer hosted by none other than Kid Rock. Afterwards, Barry learns about the 29th — yes, 29th — Amendment.
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