A fictional character by the name of Bill Stickers has been accused of a crime. Each participant contributes a two to ten minute fictional narrative (audio file) defending Bill Stickers. No where in the narrative must the crime of Mr. Stickers be mentioned. “It” may be alluded to indirectly, but we must never know what crime Bill Stickers did or did not commit. Imaginations may go wild as to Mr. Stickers’ character; anecdotes, witnessing, over the top dramatics are all encouraged. Musical backgrounds may be used, but should not be obtrusive, that is, dominate the narrative.