In which Parker , Gimmi and Papi take a break:
Here is the look on Parker’s face when he learned that the Republican won the Massachusetts senatorial race:
Later, this was his expression upon learning that the Supreme Court had lifted 20 year old restrictions on Corporate expenditures in political races:
Parker could see how stressed out Gimmi and Papi, his elderly (50 year old)grandparents were. He bore witness to the hours the old bent over couple had tried to convince others less interested in the activities of the leadership of all the forces that be, to take note of all the scary things that were going on in the world. Both recent happenings had stressed the duo. He thinks it is a good day to alter their media exposure. He hides Gimmi’s laptop, and disconnects the router.
Parker knows his Gimmi and Papi want the world that is left to him to be able to inspire and nurture good futures for all the two year olds of the world.
Because Gimmi and Papi know their limited influence is an asset with an expiration date. (But not next week or anything.)
Parker was trying to figure out what to do. His mommy and daddy had left him to care for the geezers while they went to school. He didn’t have to entertain them for long, but he knew he needed a plan.
So Parker put the t.v. on to nick, jr, and got his grandparents to sit down with some juice, and they played and watched all their favorite shows, Yo-Gabba-Gabba, Dora, Toot and Puddle, Oswald, Mrs. Spider, and they played with:
And then, they took a nap.
And that’s the story of how Parker saved his Gimmi and Papi, again.