|Date Published||1916-07-23 - Saturday|
|Characters||Bum Bill Bee, Ignatz Mouse, Krazy Kat|
|Contents||Fighting_(25), Forests_(24), Moon_(49), Rescues_(19), Rivers_(12), Sleeping_(26)|
Narrator: "William Bee," alias Bum "Bill"--a laborer, a drone, a vagabond, without a home, without a wife, he has no enemy, he has no friend--continued in lower right hand corner. [[Bee wanders down country road, bindle in hand]
Bee: Help, Help!! [[Bee is downing]]
Bee: Help, Help!! [[Krazy Kat hears Bee's calls]]
Krazy Kat: I'm camink, I'm camink!!
Grab a-hold, atta bee--
I got it--
You've got no idea how thankful I am to you, 'Krazy,' I was down for the third time too--
Oh dunt mention it Mr. Bee, by me it also was a pleasure, I insure you--
[[Bee walks down road]]
Bee: ? [[Bee sees sombrero with legs walking other way]]
[[Bee follows sombrero]]
Ignatz: Right over the plate [[Come out from under sombrero, hurls iconic brick at Krazy Kat; Bee crawls under sombrero, leaving his bindle]]
Ignatz: I got him--
Krazy: Ah-h-h--Ignatz is nigh [[Krazy Kat holds his/her head having been hit by the brick]]
[[Ignatz grawls under sombrero; Bee attacks him]]
Krazy: "Ainjil mice"
[[Bee wanders down road (picking up from the first frame) as a crescent moon rises in the background]]
Narrator: --He is a child of destiny without a destination, a pilgrim on the road to "nowhere"-- --"Say Too"