4259. He was dressed as a butler in a cut away black tuxedo coat and trousers with a satin stripe down the leg. Over his front leg he carried a white cloth like a large napkin, and in his right paw he acted as if he was balancing a cup, perhaps a cup of tea or coffee on a tray.
4260. His destination was the middle of the stage where an imaginary person sat at an imaginary table on an imaginary chair. Remo placed his imaginary cup on the imaginary table and then waited patiently to be dismissed by his invisible patron.
4261. One he was dismissed by his invisible customer he made a deep bow and walked off the stage with a measured and dignified step.
4262. Otis and the Rooster were amazed and impressed with Remo’s acting skill, and throughout the sixty seconds the performance lasted the Rooster kept casting Otis sidelong glances, in an attempt to confirm that Otis was indeed seeing and appreciating what the little greyhound was doing.