Leave It to the Beaver
No, not Jerry Mathers, nor the beaver that Leslie Nielson, Lt Frank Drebin
commented upon glancing up the skirt of Priscella Presley, Jane Spencer,
in the movie Naked Gun
It was bad enough
It was a crime befitting a plot in Police Squad or at least CSI: Lake Shestakov,
It was a Russian beaver, a Russian rowdy rodent that was the killer.
HE/SHE was not technically Russian but his great–great-grandfather grew up in the USSR.
He was a Belarussian,
He must’ve been following, ‘The Following’
Which stars Kevin Bacon
A fisherman wanted to take a picture of him,
The eager beaver would not go for it,
Did the eager beaver have something to hide?
Like being an ex-KGB agent like President Putin?
The beaver sadistically, savagely, seriously bit him,
On the upper thigh, most likely, Femoral Artery,
Not the toe
How did the beaver know?
Joe Carroll, would know, the antagonist of the ‘The Following’ the hit Fox TV show.
Causing the fisherman to bleed out
2 girls were injured last year in Virginia,
Could this be international conspiracy?
I couldn’t give a beaver's dam.
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