Scene IV - Why You Should Pay Attention in Math Class
3: Ah, hello, Mr...
1: Zurr. Lewis Zurr. All my friends call me Lew.
3: Very well, then. Are you ready?
1: For what? To argue for my innocence?
3: No. To receive my judgment.
1: What?! Youíve made up your mind already?!
1: Without taking any time to consider?
3: No, I worked it out while you were in Purgatory.
1: But you hadnít even met me then!
3: Yes, I had.
3: Picture me wearing a bed sheet with the eye holes cut out.
1: Oh shit.
1: So Iím going straight to hell, huh?
3: Actually, no. Youíre slotted in for heaven. Howís cloud... letís say four
sound to you?
1: But I broke eight out of the ten commandments almost daily!
3: Which ones didnít you break?
1: The fun ones. The ones about adultery and killing.
1: I didnít say that. And what about Jimmy Swiney and the eels and the shoes
3: Well, I slotted it all into the formula and you came out okay.
1: The formula?
3: Yes. E equals M over C squared.
1: So Einstein almost had it right.
3: Actually, Einstein was talking about the speed of light and Iím talking
3: Evil equals Malice over Caring squared.
1: So youíre telling me you use math to judge people?
3: That is correct.
1: I always thought they were making me learn some pretty useless and stupid
stuff in high school.
3: Well, you can make anything useful if you spend four hundred and some-odd
years pondering it.
1: But what about when I called you the Big P?
3: Hey, Iím supposed to be objective here, right?
1: So, you donít hold it against me that I made fun of your sheet?
3: I slotted that in under malice.
1: I see.
3: Hereís your keys. Second cloud on the right. The room numberís on the key