Tanya quits the chain coffee shop;
Just gives 'em the yo heave ho, collects Giuseppe Verdi the kitten, and walks out,
Strutting like Catherine the Great, or Lady Gaga or somebody.
She finds God.
God is head waitress at Danny's Coffee Shop.
She makes killer menu boards,
And does all the hiring.
In no time, Tanya fits in like Portia de Rossi does on Ellen's arm,
And Giuseppe Verdi is merrily attacking the resident black panther,
Who outweighs him by about umpty-zillion to one.
Giuseppe Verdi bats at the panther,
The shape-shifted Queen of the Vampires,
And down she goes like a ton of bricks.
She lays on the floor with her paws in the air and her tongue hanging out the side of her mouth;
If she could make her eyes into X's, she would.
Chloe scoops up the victorious kitten, kisses him and sets him inside an empty sugar bowl,
Which promptly falls over.
Some chick catches it before it falls off the table.
She is here for open mic night.
Her name is Coal Black, and her big hit is called "Sugar Shock Of Love."
She doesn't do drugs anymore.
Her hair is all weird.
She wears so much mascara that she looks like an electrocuted raccoon.
The Queen of the Vampires, still in panther form, is sitting with her favorite, the Dark-Haired Chick.
When Coal Black straps on her guitar, checks the amps, and starts in with the first notes of "I Love Rock 'n' Roll",
The QOTV drags the reluctant Dark-Haired Chick up to the stage by her jacket sleeve,
Pulling her backwards with her teeth.
Being dragged anyplace by a black panther is very persuasive stuff.
Coal Black and the Dark-Haired Chick share a mic and scream Coal Black's newest song, "Buzz Saw My Heart" together.
I meant sing.
Giuseppe Verdi sits on the QOTV's head, watching with his big amazed eyes.
Tanya rakes in the tips.
Savanna still has a knife in her boot.
It's another spifftastic night at Danny's Coffee Shop.
picture: Crystal Renn