The Lodgers and the Heroes Act meet up in a C&C Restaurant at a Tessellate Mall to read the Omninet reviews of each other's UUniverses after they have been reviewed of every detail by Tathy Jezzable, an investigative journalist for the Dimensional Journalist Bureau, a new column for the Omninet paper headquartered on Planet Tinter. They were called there by the Grand Council by request of it's head, Wesley Clearwater, as Tathy's dedicated herself as a speaker for the people of the AUU, and the Lodgers fear that a bad review will ruin them in the eyes of the AUU, even dispite Gazelle's and Pang Bing's criticisum to that the Lougers never typically care about the opinion of critics and media speakers before yet they're starting now just because Tathy is such a bigshot. So Tathy sends in her 6 Cunone assistants to follow them during their missions, as well as reviewing previous AUU missions. All 6 have their own views, some disliking their methods, others admiring their way of life and enjoying their humor. But when the biggest concerns stem around the negativity concerning magic being used to solve all problems at a count of 94 times, as well as a few other screw-ups and 'cheats', the Lodgers fear that their worries might come true. How will this review play out when the Lodgers are in a 'Saddle Row Review' situation, espeically when Tathy isn't all what she's considered to be and only writes stories based on making them exciting and controverseal to make a buck off of it for both her and the DJB, deeming herself it's greatest investment when her methods saved the company from bankrupty because of her colums, as well as to make gossup about famous people widespread, there for getting more and more custimers for the DBJ, of which she unshamefully believes in and is proud of ruining top profile people's lifes due to a prior and private shady past of being a popperazzi, instead of giving an honest opinion? But most of all, would it teach our heroes the impourence of not always trying to impress everyone?