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"Good Golly, Miss Molly" (Music)

"A while back, I found out Felix and Molly had a thing. It got serious, sneakin' around, talking about a lifetime of truckin' their brains out."
"Golly, Miss Molly."

Miss Molly was the object of Little Richard's admiration in his 1956 hit that became one of the first rock 'n' roll "standards" and has since been covered by hundreds of other artists. Veronica's response to Weevil's description of Molly is particularly apt, given the lyrics:
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball.
Good golly, Miss Molly, sure like to ball.
When you're rockin' and a rollin' can't hear your momma call.

2.17 "Plan B"

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