Well, isn’t that nice to see? Despite her new position of responsibility and authority, Mopey is still capable of letting her hair down (figuratively) and give in to…uh…dunno. The higher calling of her baser nature? Something along those lines, but the key part is the fun it promises. Seems like some things never change, and isn’t there some sort of comfort in that?*
Other things do change, of course, and in this case Biff is at the leading edge of that – and seems to have a hard time finding much comfort in that. He’s really missing the simple joy of release that he’d normally have felt in this situation, only a short while ago. Back when he wouldn’t just have been the first one to follow Mopey into the orgy of senseless violence, but would likely have been out way ahead of her. Instead of that, his new, more restrained nature requires him to be…uh, more restrained? So the place of honor directly behind Mopey goes to Snuka, instead. Who isn’t an enthusiastic supporter of unbridled violence, but a loyal guy, at least as far as the team is concerned.
Latho, in the meantime, appears increasingly jaded about not being listened to. At least Mopey did give it the satisfaction to know that its words were heard – consciously disregarded, but at least heard.
More on Monday.
* I’d say that that would depend entirely of what things you’re talking about, but stating it in this general way still tends to garner solemn nods of agreement. It’s apparently just a statement that’s very easy to agree to. Those are the most dangerous kind of statement…