Ask anyone: Jim Sain is a pompous, naked, free thinker. He's also the mayor of Berkeley. One of his high school chums has moved back to revate Hamilton House, one wacky adventure at a time, and who kws what's coming next? The mayor has been dubbed mR. bERZERKELEY by a cartoonist who is determined to embarrass him (and undermine his bid for reelection). His personal life is as colorful as his political life. He gives his detractors plenty of fodder to fuel his demise (but in his eyes, these are t signs of moral weakness). In this spoof that cheerfully brings the sixties into the twenty- rst century, Jim's bu oonery as he interacts with boarding-house residents creates a wild smorgasbord of political, mysterious, sexual, and otherwise edgy adventures. A cartoonist, a naive freshman, a reformed prostitute, lesbian lovers, a sarcastic cook, the de-formed son of a university bigwig, and a Kansas politician are some of the characters who spark energy back into the old house and bring classic Berkeley lore back to life. mR. bERZERKELEY is Jack McLaughlin's love song to a city like other.