Chris: Did you think your brothers were tough and stuff when you were young? Did you …
Susan: Yeah I had big crushes on all of them. I still do. They’re cool !
Chris: Yeah They’re cool dudes.
Susan: They are cool dudes.
Chris: They way they are standing and posing on this on this cover.
Susan: Don’t they look bad.
Chris: They got - like – their flared legs
Susan: I know I know.
John: Well you skuz bucket
Susan: I think you better talk to John now. He’s getting testy
Chris: Well they’re not extravangently flared. They’re not elephant clothes
Susan: OK hold on. I’m losing control
John: Man how old are you?
Chris: These flared legs are back in style now
John: Chris, Chris
John: Man how old are you?
Chris: I’m 28, just old enough to remember The
John: You’re a young buck w*****
Chris: The Rain …
Susan: Hey hey hey – you who can’t even discuss this.
Chris: Is he getting mad because I said something about flared jeans?
Susan: No, but you’re just a baby. What do you know about The Cowsills?
Chris: My sister had all your singles. She had The Rain The Park and Other Things
Susan: Who did?
Chris: My sister
Susan: I thought you were going to say your Mom and I was going to hang up on you. (laughs)
Chris: No, my sister. She was heavy into the Cowsills.
Susan: Like Michael J Fox’s sister was into us, your sister was into us. OK cool
Chris: Yeah She used to write her name on … You know how girls would write their name on everything they owned.
Susan: Pretty goofy huh?
Chris: So, every record she had said Diana on it. But, but she had Indian Lake , The Rain, The Park and Other Things of course and …
Susan: And now did you think we were cool?
Chris: I always liked song The Rain, The Park and Other Things actually Are you guys going to do that tonight?
Susan: We’re going to do first song tonight, don’t be late. For real.
Chris: Do some of it on the phone
Susan: Oh OK John get the harp out.
(Susan laughs and then does mouth harp songs as John sings in the background. John starts to sing weird)
Susan: You’re crazy.
Chris: That’s great.
Susan: Wasn’t that awesome.
Chris: Over the phone even sounds good
Susan: Almost like the record huh?
Chris: It gave me chills. His voice hasn’t changed or anything. That’s wonderful.
Susan: He’s proud of himself. He sang that when he was 8 and he sounds the same. I’m impressed.
Chris: He doesn’t have to worry about coming out and going (sounds old) uh uh uhhhgg
Susan: We have that benefit of actually been children when we had our band, so we’re not even old people yet. OK hun
Chris: Thank you
Susan: Thanks for playing those records.
Chris: And now we’re going to play Heather Says
Susan: Are you really? Thanks honey