Cable Car dines with the most famous pool sharks of the 50s. At night, after a few rounds of lemon salmon and lobster pattes, Cable Car climbs into bed with cashmere stuffed tigers, studded with beady eyes made of crystals of the Emperor Diamond from the Xie Shei Dynasty that were solidified in amber precipice like those insects in Jurassic Park. Cable Car wakes up in a whispy oceanside penthouse, decked with helipad, life-size Roombas, and Clap-on lights. After recording in hidden locations in Germanside Switzerland and Belgium, Cable Car has the "spiritual entities" of the newly recorded songs locked shut in 100K gold chests within the Geneva Consolate. These chests are constantly guarded by an agent of Interpol, CIA, and a Coast Guard kid from the states who wants a full ride to UCLA. Many "three men walk into a bar" jokes ensue- however, these men are three highly trained fighting machines, and the bar is a hidden vault tripped by nuclear endocytes and neon liquid that is most probably hazardous.