Here we see a pattern—character + expansion—repeated twice.
Background character: Introduce a couple of non-speaking background characters. (Notice how each character is introduced with a more expanded description than last time.)
Expansion: Add detail for each character, and consider using personal commentary instead of physical description. (For instance, Ort judges Grammar's activity level.)
Callback detail: To end, bring back the background detail you set up in the previous lesson (in the place of the rooster crorking out back—in our examples it was the bringling phone or the Woodsman in the bath).