Los Angeles, CA. Shortly after Endeavor turned onto La Cienega Blvd heading towards Westchester, several MS-13 gang members surrounded the security entourage and pulled automatic weapons demanding the hydraulic systems be cannibalized for their rides. Onlookers watched in horror as local MS-13 gang members from the Figueroa district used crescent, pipe wrenches and vise-grips to take apart the components to Endeavor's landing gear. Laura Diaz from Fox KTTV approached the vatos and asked if they planned on saving anything for the other gangs along the route to the Science Center. Marcello Ruiz Serrano, a.k.a Chimmy, said "stand back sister, we'll get with you later".
Once Endeavor reached the city of Inglewood, a sudden change to the dynamic took place. Suddenly the MS-13 gang drove off with their score and the shuttle was now crawling with Crypts and Bloods. "It's almost like it was a well-orchestrated play and these nice young men started to paint their names on the sides of the shuttle" said Rebecca Whittie from Pasadena. "It reminded me of part of Le Miserable at the playhouse last year" she went on to say as she clutched her Coach purse tighter and tighter. Vagrants were also seen sleeping in the wheel wells and reports coming in that the engine ducts will be harvested in Korea town for making large vats of kimchi.
Meanwhile, Martin Sheen, riding the front of the shuttle's nose began yelling - "Save the trees" referring to the 12 trees removed for the Endeavor's approach to the Science Center. Martin, a fat cat Hollywood tree huger would rather see the natural beauty of the trees than something that has successfully flown to orbit and returned 25 times, providing mankind with countless science experiments and years of data.
Finally, the mayor of Los Angeles, Antonio Villaraigosa, grabbed a bullhorn and began to speak to the uneasy crowd in Spanish. It was impressive as he alternated with some English, except when it came to a word that sounded really good with the letter "R" so he could roll it really well, indicating his Latino background was still intact.
For Endeavor, this final mission apparently is the toughest. Fortunately there are plans to make good use of her during the next Planet of the Apes remake.