Art For Monkees' Sake
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The crooked museum guards dupe Peter into painting a copy of a portrait they plan to steal—not an easy proposition, since Peter has a tendency to want to introduce his own "improvements" into the otherwise skillful (albeit unwitting) forgery. As usual, though, the perps are outwitted by the Monkees and are promptly captured and brought to justice through "Mission: Ridiculous," not to mention getting their tongues burned by the hot mustard on Peter’s sandwiches. "The days of the blameless are know to the Lord, and their inheritance will endure forever. But the wicked will perish; the Lord’s enemies will be like the beauty of the fields, they will vanish—vanish like smoke" (Psalm 37:18, 20).

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