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Part 13


13 Responses to “The Amusing Brothers, Andrew and Steven.”

  1. Shiny Jim Says:

    I didn’t start my day thinking that I’d see robotic dragon testicle, but I’m glad I did.

  2. Zom Says:

    The suspense has taken on a quality not unlike constipation.

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  4. Botswana Beast Says:


  5. Illogical Volume Says:

    What the BottieBeast said!

    Also: we appear to be reading a story in which a monster has gorged itself on British musical history and is now promising us a friendly revelation but delivering only flatulence. Is this a satire most cunning? I THINK SO!

  6. Zom Says:

    SO DO I!!!

  7. Gary Lactus Says:

    It’s not flatulence, it’s the decompression airlock jettisoning necessary gases so that our mystery dragon pilot may reveal himself. It’s how a decompression airlock works, duh! Why do you think I included this scene?! Think of all the questions it would raise had I not dealt with the exit mechanism of what is obviously a highly sophisticated machine! This is not satire, it’s hard sci-fi. No one understands me.

  8. Illogical Volume Says:

    I certainly don’t, but that’s okay, cos I still love you Gary Lactus! Even with your flatulence that’s not really flatulance and your hard decompressions, I still love you.

  9. Gary Lactus Says:

    Awww… my tears just turned into hearts and butterflies (through a matter transmorphic phenomenon that’s too complicated to go into here). I love you too, even though it is illogical.

  10. Ginger Sonia Says:

    Where’s the song our kid?

  11. Zom Says:

    I know… Lactus is letting everyone down again

  12. Gary Lactus Says:

    This episode is a moment of tense exposition where the viewer/reader needs to concentrate on the important dialogue. To add music to the piece would only serve to muddy these clear waters of amazing story. This isn’t Glee, y’know! This is real art with devastatingly dramatic peaks and troughs. If I am letting you down now, it is merely so I can elevate you beyond your limited x-factor-now-culture world view later, yeah?

  13. Dan K Says:

    It’s going to be Bruce Forsyth, driven mad by bitterness after decades of knighthood snubbery.

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