You are in River Heights, looking at an exhibit on the history of Nancy Drew. In the detective's 1930 blue roadster, you notice something odd. Safety-pinned to the seatbelt on the driver's side is a typewritten note. The note says, "The clue is with Millie. 1999 Broadway, New York." You notice that the "y" in Broadway is lower than the other letters. You also remember that Millie Strathorn, the creator and props mistress of Worldwide Broadcasting Studios, has a typewriter that drops its "y." You put two and two together, and go to Worldwide Broadcasting to talk to Millie.