When Luna feared that her ambition to be a rocker wouldn't happen, she attempted to work at The Spin Cycle, since her enthusiasm for music could be beneficial to the customers. Upon being hired, a customer came in, and asked Luna for Mick Swagger's newest album, claiming he's "pretty good". Luna, however, claims that Mick Swagger is more than "pretty good", and begins showing the customer all of Mick Swagger's past albums, petrifying her in the process. When Luna's knowledge of Mick Swagger drives the customer away, the boss fires Luna for being too enthusiastic.
The name of the store is actually one of the steps of a wash cycle.
"There's Nothing Here!"
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