The show finds itself in the parking bay, where a rather fancy steel black Rolls Royce has pulled up to the entrance of Petco Park.
Considering it is so late in the night, it is a bit surprising that someone is only just showing up moments before the main event.
Of course, it makes a lot more sense if we know the Roll Royce inhabitant.
Which we do.
It’s former PRIME Universal Champion Philip Martin Atken, former leader of the Glue Factory. We see glimpses of Atken stepping out of the car, as The Glueminati’s Dirk Dickwood rushes over to the car door, wheelchair in hand. Atken slowly lowers himself out of the car and into the chair, as Dickwood looks on. There is a respectful cheer from the crowd as they get a glimpse of the man with the short Universal Reign due to shenanigans.
Phil Atken: Dirk, I hope Cecilworth knows me better than this.
He gestures to the car.
Phil Atken: The Glue brand will not be bought off with bright cars and shiny trinkets. The only way he gets his head above water is winning tonight. That’s how he fixes what he fucked.
Dirk grabs hold of Atken and produces a reassuring smile.
Dirk Dickwood: I’m certain that Cecilworth was showing you he cares. With your current health, I think you’d agree that it’s a nice gesture to have a comfortable ride in.
Phil looks back to the Rolls Royce and sneers a little.
Phil Atken: I suppose so.
Atken shrugs his shoulders as he is slowly rolled into Petco Park by Dickwood.
Phil Atken: I guess we’re moments away from finding out.
Dickwood starts to lunge as he rolls the chair uphill.
Dirk Dickwood: Cecilworth organised a box for you…
Phil Atken: …Did he now.
Dirk scratches his eyebrow, a little frustrated by the former Universal Champion’s tone.
Dirk Dickwood: Phil, be less of a dick. He’s trying here.
Phil Atken: I hope he gave the same level of dedication when preparing for Coral Avalon as he did to my travel arrangements, otherwise this is all for nothing.
A small smile creeps on Atken’s face.
Phil Atken: It was a nice ride in…
The camera slowly fades out as it zooms upon the Petco Park sign lit up in the dark of the evening.