I don’t remember how I found out about Scaffold’s Greenwich Village Show but I was living on the west side of Manhattan at the time. In any event I phoned the theater and requested the name of Scaffold’s hotel. After some explaining they gave it to me. (It was a simpler, gentler time.) I rang Roger, since I knew him the best, and he invited me to dinner before the show. It was during the "Paul is Dead" controversy and I wanted to ask Mike about it but was afraid of making an idiot of myself as I thought it was just nonsense. Before the meal was over I just blurted it out and he responded with, "Please pass the ketchup." In addition to the ketchup remark, Mike added that Paul was alive but he (Mike) was dead. After dinner I saw the show which featured more comedy than music. It was well received. I don’t recall whether I bought my own ticket or they gave me a pass. The theater was small as were most in Greenwich Village.