||||||||| Catherwood re-enters the Waiting Room and explains "This is the main discussion room which is logged each night." ||||||||| Catherwood announces, "The time is 4:33 AM - I now declare Thursday's chat log for March 17, 2011 officially open!"... and then, he retires back to the vestibule... ||||||||| 5:48 PM: Caterino jumps out of the hall closet saying "I've been listening to all of you talking about me for the past half hour!" Caterino: I sneak past Catherwood. He smells my feet but thinks it is something burni9ng in the kitchen. I am safe. I will wait behind the sofa until the others get here. Sofa so good. ||||||||| Catherwood gets here sofa so good. Caterino: Catherwood grabs Caterino by the shirt and throws him out into the snow ||||||||| Catherwood rushes over to Caterino and queries "Did you want something?" Caterino: I say no, and let m,yself out only to try the front door when others arrive. ||||||||| It's 6:00 PM, and that means it's time to play BEAT THE REAPER! And here's how our contestants did: ||||||||| Caterino - dead from intense demonic possession ||||||||| Better luck next time! And now, back to our chatroom, which is already in progress... ||||||||| Catherwood leads ah,clem in through the front door at 8:32 PM, picks up his cues (only slightly scorched), and heads for the billiard room. ||||||||| New CNI streaming notice: '"a few minutes with FireSign Theatre" at about 9 eastern time, Rats' ||||||||| At 8:34 PM, the lights go out! Rocky Rococo's voice pierces the inky darkness: "I've got you now, ah,clem!" Shattering glass is heard, and then the lights come back on... ||||||||| Catherwood strides in with a trumpet, plays a fanfare, and proclaims "Nine PM on Thursday, March 17, 2011 - I now declare alt.comedy.firesgn-thtre's chat officially open!" -- then he looks around at the empty room, looks at his watch, and mumbles "...am I early?" ||||||||| With a theatrical clearing of his throat, Catherwood intones: "9:03 PM and late as usual, it's Seamus_O'Tweeny, just back from Hellmouth." ||||||||| cease bounds in at 9:04 PM carrying an obsidian door knocker. ||||||||| Catherwood stumbles in and pipes up "Presenting 'Seamus_O'Mudhead', just granted probation at 9:05 PM", then leaves hurriedly. ||||||||| "Hey Seamus_O'Tweeny!" ... Seamus_O'Tweeny turns, and sees Bradshaw approching with the handcuffs, and is dragged away, screaming "it's only 9:06 PM, I don't have to go yet!"... ||||||||| Catherwood enters with ah,clem close behind, mumbles something about disrupting his 9:06 PM tree-stunting plans, and scurries off to the Aviary. ||||||||| 9:06 PM: Seamus_O'Tweeny jumps out of the hall closet saying "I've been listening to all of you talking about me for the past five minutes!" ah,clem: good evening cease: ah, the clem voice ah,clem: how does he do that? Seamus_O'Tweeny: faith and begonias, the gang's not all here (because we're not all there) cease: good choice for st. paddy's day. lots of irish refs in this ah,clem: was Tweeny's idea, if you need someone to blame cease: i always enjoy this album ah,clem: this is the cd, much cleaner than my old recording cease: yes i bought the cd too. sounds great cease: i wonder where everyone is. maybe they're all taking a spring break, in Sendai ah,clem: lots of detail Seamus_O'Tweeny: hehe ah,clem: too much green beer? Seamus_O'Mudhead: green tees cease: hi muddy Seamus_O'Mudhead: I would like a massage also ah,clem: one fancy ale, coming up ||||||||| Catherwood tiptoes into the room, and announces "Announcing 'llanwydd', also known as 'Nancy' -- the time is 9:17 PM" -- then he slowly retires back into the Aviary... llanwydd: hello dear friends cease: hi llan llanwydd: how's everybody? ah,clem: playing the tale of the giant rat, ll Seamus_O'Tweeny: Hey LL llanwydd: quite fright, rank ah,clem: that's the one llanwydd: quite jazzed to be here ah,clem: where there's smoke, there's work llanwydd: I love that line ah,clem: a power so great it can only be used for good or evil cease: lots of great lines in this ah,clem: one of the most often quoted lines, often by those who don't know the source llanwydd: I went to see Yes in Orlando last Saturday cease: how were they? llanwydd: I hadn't seen them since before I saw FST llanwydd: fantastic show llanwydd: I last saw them in 1980 at MSG. this was the first time I saw them outdoors llanwydd: they played in the middle of a downtown street ah,clem: what's cheese for the mouse is a snack for the Rat. cease: was there a big crowd? llanwydd: yeah it was a big crowd but everybody had to stand unless they brought chairs which I didn't llanwydd: they only had seating for "VIP"s whatever they are llanwydd: I counted 400 "VIP" seats llanwydd: great to see Yes again after 31 years cease: i used to like them in the early 70s Seamus_O'Tweeny: I'll bet :) llanwydd: now I've got to see FST again llanwydd: next time they come to florida Seamus_O'Tweeny: I happened to catch the Relayer tour 3 times, but that's the only time I've seen them live llanwydd: I heard the Relayer show was really elaborate Seamus_O'Tweeny: Moraz's keyboard rig surely was llanwydd: dfghjkl Seamus_O'Tweeny: geshundheit ah,clem: it's a keyboard, ll llanwydd: lol cease: i think the firesign are as likely to play florida as they are to play japan llanwydd: I think fst would go over the heads of the japanese somewhat llanwydd: they really aren't into california jokes cease: if they were into it, i think they could put on a really good show in japan. but they're not into it and austin doesnt travel by plane ah,clem: Cat can explain it to them cease: austin, bergman and proctor all speak some japanese cease: austin used to work for JAL in Frisco before the Firesign days cease: When Proc met my wife, he began conversing with her in Japanese ah,clem: nice cease: when one considers how much the firesigtn were into things japanese in the dear friends era, it could have worked llanwydd: you think the japanese would be impressed with Young Guy? I wonder cease: i used to have some connections in japan, to radio stations and record companies, that could probably have made that happen cease: but the lads weren't into it. they're barely into performing at all, and it had better be on the west coast of the us llanwydd: not to be torturing me! ah,clem: on and off like a crazy monkey, another quote often used by folks that can't site the source... llanwydd: if austin doesn't fly, how did he get to Town Hall in NYC? cease: when rhode island's joe auger asked austin when he would be coming east at the langley show last jan, austin said they had a 2 year plan to get there ah,clem: as Cat said, this record is full of great lines cease: he USED TO fly. cease: on the hour hour shows, there is austin talking about his flights to and from nyc in 1971 for their east coast tour then ||||||||| Catherwood ushers Bunnyboy in through the front door at 9:44 PM, picks up his cues (only slightly scorched), and heads for the billiard room. cease: maybe phil and austin and their dogs will drive accross country for the next east coast tour, if there is one Bunnyboy: lo dere o'dere llanwydd: Hi Bunnyboy cease: hi bun Seamus_O'Tweeny: Well, that's up to him Bunnyboy: Are folks out at the bars, instead of church...ehrh, chat? Seamus_O'Tweeny: Mmm, time for some rarebit! llanwydd: ferlin husky died. anybody remember him? Bunnyboy: I'm in the last half hours of Ep 21, of Hour Hour. Seamus_O'Tweeny: Sure, the country singer cease: sled dog? ah,clem: oh yes, I remember many of his songs Bunnyboy: I gotta admit, they lean too heavily on the echo FX, this ep. Seamus_O'Tweeny: North To Alaska? llanwydd: yeah cease: they sure did like their echo Seamus_O'Tweeny: Don't know Bunny, works for me cease: bunny, you know fantagraphics? Seamus_O'Tweeny: They're supposed to be in a cavern, right? Bunnyboy: And I'm glad they managed to polish and redeem Dr. Memory, but the "Doctor....ahhhh, ummm..." bit starts to loose it's flavor, after the 18th or 19 iteration... cease: indeed, bun. that is tiresome. Bunnyboy: cat: Yes, local publisher. cease: you familiar with Harold Hedd, great comic strip of the 70s Seamus_O'Tweeny: Vaguely, cease cease: i just bought a bio of rand holmes, the creator of rand holmes cease: creator of harold hedd and other highly salacious comic work. cease: published by fantagraphjics. odd in that he's a vancouver guy but i guess no publishers up here for that work cease: an absolutely beautiful book bun, you might want to add to your collection Bunnyboy: Cool. Unfamiliar with Holmes/Hedd, but I'll take a peek, sometime. Seamus_O'Tweeny: Thanks, clem :) cease: called The Artist Himself, Rand Holmes, a Rand Holmes retrospective by Patrick Rosenkranz cease: thanks again, clem ah,clem: have a great week, nytol cease: harold hedd was kind of a canadian fab furry freak bros but more hard core, and much, much more erotic llanwydd: nite Clem ||||||||| ah,clem dashes out the back door as Mayor P'nisnose blasts through the front door holding a shotgun and shouting "Where's ah,clem?! It's 9:51 PM and my ballot boxes haven't been stuffed yet!" cease: absolutely beautiful art work Bunnyboy: Hey! Where'd that clem go? Bunnyboy: What's on the CNI feed tonight? cease: if only he was still alive, i'd ask him to illustrate my graphic novel idea llanwydd: that's a novel idea Seamus_O'Tweeny: clem played Giant Rat cease: just giant rat tonight, bun Seamus_O'Tweeny: but he's off the air now cease: asking dead people to work for you is always a novel idea Seamus_O'Tweeny: kinda tricky Bunnyboy: CGI can do anything...within and/or without reason. cease: although it can be done. the last 2 harold hedd comics were a 2 part story called Hitler's Cocaine. and hitler's been dead for a long time, but it helped rand holmes sell some comix Seamus_O'Tweeny: Speaking of which, the aerial screnes from Japan looked like someone's CGI, didn't they? cease: indeed, tween cease: i used to live near there 40 years ago. used to go to Sendai all the time as it was the closest big city Seamus_O'Tweeny: Someone was saying they half expected Godzilla to walk out of the ocean cease: hitch hiked thru fukushima many times Seamus_O'Tweeny: Sad cease: the difference between japan and here is that there are no unpopulated parts of japan. cease: its wall to wall people. canada, not so much Seamus_O'Tweeny: Yeah, of course llanwydd: I'm sure there must be some unpopulated areas on mt. fuji llanwydd: not everybody would want to live there Seamus_O'Tweeny: I heard that Tokyo has over 30 million people cease: on top of mts, yes. cease: greater tokyo, yes Seamus_O'Tweeny: Actually, from what I've read, there is quite a bit of unused land in Japan, very much on purpose cease: they mow down our forests instead of using theirs, yes Seamus_O'Tweeny: right cease: the flat land is pretty much covered in people Seamus_O'Tweeny: pretty smart, in the long run ||||||||| Catherwood enters the room, strikes a gong, and bellows "THE TIME IN NEW YORK IS 10 O'CLOCK", then silently exits. Seamus_O'Tweeny: Which we rarely cinsider Seamus_O'Tweeny: *consider Seamus_O'Tweeny: Well, let's hope they get those reactors cooled down cease: i sure hope they do Seamus_O'Tweeny: For all our sakes cease: otherwise that part of japan could be uninhabitable for a long time Seamus_O'Tweeny: Like the area around Chernobyl cease: indeed tween, it's a small world after all Seamus_O'Tweeny: The plume from the reactors would quickly spread into California, and wherever else the wind takes it Seamus_O'Tweeny: My best to the people of Japan, and good night, all ||||||||| Seamus_O'Tweeny says "Catherwood, call me a cab." After the obvious joke, Seamus_O'Tweeny exits at 10:07 PM. cease: by tween llanwydd: so where's dex and stones and no_anchovies and bubba's brain and honey sanchez and elayne and bambi and... Bunnyboy: nite Tweeny! cease: yes small turn out tonight llanwydd: perhaps they lost their way Bunnyboy: Or their lunch. llanwydd: lol Bunnyboy: Early morning binge drinking is not the answer. llanwydd: well they'd be having a late lunch, especially stones cease: i see news people now based in osaka instead of tokyo. Bunnyboy: Well, now, I might have to move A SAFE PLACE up, on my viewing queue. Bunnyboy: Since they've been talking about Proctor's time in NY, on Hour Hour. cease: a vid store in vancouver has safe place so i'll definitely rent and watch cease: it was delightful to hear proc babble about his work on that flick Bunnyboy: I've been on an editing jag with WikiRococo, recently. cease: yeah the call ins to hour hour are great cease: i was there when it went up but not since then. llanwydd: well, I'm heading out. see you next week Bunnyboy: nite llan! cease: off you go, llan Bunnyboy: I've been working through the LP catalog, mostly, in date order. Bunnyboy: FInally got to side B of ELECTRICIAN. ||||||||| Seamus_O'Mudhead says "Catherwood, call me a cab." After the obvious joke, Seamus_O'Mudhead exits at 10:15 PM. cease: i dont understand bun. surely you heard side b years ago cease: by mud Bunnyboy: I'd like to think that the Wiki will be a longtime thing. It's one of my ship-in-a-bottle endeavors. cease: ok the wiki. i see Bunnyboy: Oh, no. It's not the listening. It's the documenting. cease: i should visit. i probably have some knowledge i could contribute from the early days of fst Bunnyboy: Certainly! It's an open pool. Dive in! cease: you still listening to rfo? ||||||||| It's 10:20 PM, and that means it's time to play BEAT THE REAPER! And here's how our contestants did: ||||||||| llanwydd - dead from The Plague ||||||||| Better luck next time! And now, back to our chatroom, which is already in progress... cease: it doesnt seem to be long for this world cease: it sounds like bergman's moved back to la Bunnyboy: I've been watching some old TV series, recently. THE FUGITIVE and THE UNTOUCHABLES. cease: the last episode of the fugitve was filmed at a motel that became my high school in la Bunnyboy: To be honest, I listen to RFO website stream, on Mondays...until the player on my phone hurks. cease: never saw the untouchables but wrote about capone in neal amid Bunnyboy: And I download 'em all. But I've been listening to the Hour Hours more. cease: its ounds like bergman is losing interest in the project cease: yeah hour hour is great stuff Bunnyboy: I've only seen THE UNTOUCHABLES pilot, so far. From what I understand, they reimagine the series, after the pilot. cease: i hope Duke is selling a lot of copies Bunnyboy: The pilot ends with Capone going to jail, for 11 years...but they bring him back to capo status, for the series. Bunnyboy: The DePalma/Mamet film is pretty cool...and a lot of the plot elements are pulled from the original pilot. cease: i saw that cease: with kevin costner as elliot ness cease: who later died of cirrhosis as i recall cease: capone's revenge Bunnyboy: Really? cease: you can look it up cease: a factoid i uncovered in my research for neal amid Bunnyboy: WIkipedia says heart attack. cease: i even watched scarface as part of research and it had nothing to do with capone. some cuban coke head Bunnyboy: Of course, Wikipedia says Paul Frees died of a heart attack, and he was a suicide. cease: i dont know who paul frees is but i could look it up cease: i think it was in something i read about the capone era. this is pre-wiki Bunnyboy: Voice artist. Boris Badenov, Rankin-Bass specials, literally thousands of loop and voiceover sessions... Bunnyboy: Spike Jones sideman. Bunnyboy: Not as a musician. Vocalist. cease: aha Bunnyboy: Radio man. cease: i wonder why rocky and bullwinkle has never been brought back to tv Bunnyboy: As were a lot of the classic voice folks. Bunnyboy: Because R & B sells nothing, and has no cultural agenda. cease: it was so good, and those of our generation who remember it are legion Bunnyboy: There's no "G.I. Bullwinkle" or "Princess Natasha" doll market. cease: is there a rocky and bullwinkle dvd set? cease: you would know Bunnyboy: They're all available on DVD (complete 5 seasons). Season 5 will finally be available as a standalone, month end. cease: it would be wonderful for young peolpe to be aware of those shows Bunnyboy: It took 10 years to happen. Season 1 was about 2001 or 2002. cease: i havent seen them since they were first broadcast. i'll have to look for those dvds Bunnyboy: Complete series dropped, a couple of months ago. Bunnyboy: The complete set is subtitled 100 % COMPLETE BULL. Bunnyboy: The complete set is worth it, for the one-stop episode guide. cease: good subtitle Bunnyboy: And, if you haven't read it, you should check out THE MOOSE THAT ROARED, Keith Scott's great book on Jay Ward Productions. cease: i will cease: i loved The Mouse that Roared, both book and flick cease: i read a number of books by that author, whose name escapes me cease: that's so long ago i bet few chatters would remember it, except dex Bunnyboy: I remember THE MOUSE THAT ROARED, playing some weekend afternoons, on the tube, in the 70s. cease: Leonard Wibberly. Thanks, wiki cease: flick is from 59, book from 55 cease: seemed quite a good satire of the cold war to me in those days Bunnyboy: Rocky and Bullwinkle is great, for many reasons. Amongst them: the labyrinthine adventures, and subsequent fiedish plots, that are almost inevitably complete and utter MacGuffins. cease: i will see those dvds, bun cease: i liked wards work with crusader rabbit but r&b was brilliant. even had canadian content cease: hey bun have you heard anything about firesign show in seattle this year? Bunnyboy: Yeah! And, unlike SCTV, they didn't have to! Bunnyboy: I heard some rumblings. Nothing specific. cease: lol cease: as a canuck living in la in the mid 60s, having dudley doright on the telly was a big thing cease: harold hedd has some adventures with mounties that are right out of dudley doright cease: i'm sure rand holmes was influenced cease: it sounds like bergman's more into getting a job in la than performing in seattle Bunnyboy: Superlative voice cast, but Hans Conreid trumps. Bunnyboy: Guy's gotta do what a guy's gotta do. cease: he used to have a tv show when i lived in la. i think it was called fractured flickers cease: yes great voice talent ||||||||| Catherwood leads Principalpoop in through the front door at 10:51 PM, picks up his cues (only slightly scorched), and heads for the billiard room. Bunnyboy: Oh, poo. The 300th Dr. Memory repetition. cease: hi poop Principalpoop: poo? you called? Bunnyboy: It's delightful to hear Austin as The Electrician, though. cease: its delightful to hear austin as anything Bunnyboy: hiya poop! cease: even texas Bunnyboy: FRACTURED FLICKERS is, amazingly, *also* available on DVD. Bunnyboy: The whole durn series. Principalpoop: rocky and bullwinkle had shakespherian or chaucer type puns, just like the firesign Principalpoop: is this thing on? Principalpoop: tap tap tap Principalpoop: no refresh cease: as long as "on" isnt a nuclear plant in fukushima, yes Principalpoop: hello? cease: we see you, poop Principalpoop: not good about that earthquake and tusnami Principalpoop: now I see me too Principalpoop: i tapped refresh, and now it is refreshing automatically, this is refreshing Principalpoop: i forgot it was thursday cease: i think lots of people did today, poop. very small chat Principalpoop: is fractured flickers the same as those fracture fairytales? cease: even clem only played one firesign disc Bunnyboy: poop: Nope. FLICKERS was Jay Ward prod., but it was laying new soundtracks onto old silent films. Principalpoop: st patricks day? everyone out drinking? Bunnyboy: Lon Chaney Jr. was not amused. cease: giant rat, in honour of st. paddy's day cease: but his hair was perfect! Principalpoop: sounds hilarious Bunnyboy: He thought the Ward folks disgraced his father's memory. Principalpoop: what the hell if you cannot take a joke cease: where's warren zevon when we need him? cease: do you guys remember college bowl? Principalpoop: the old jeopardy show for college students? cease: yes Principalpoop: no I don't remember that Bunnyboy: I remember the repeats, on Sunday nights. I was about 7 or 8. 1968 or 69. cease: icbc has jeopardy for some reason and i just turned it on to get earthquake news Bunnyboy: "Margaret Meehan, Parksdale..." cease: i think it started in the late 50s. ||||||||| Catherwood enters the room, strikes a gong, and bellows "THE TIME IN NEW YORK IS 11 O'CLOCK", then silently exits. Principalpoop: they had actual hard questions cease: i remember seeing the show during the kenedy administration when i was in jr high and being able to answer most of the questions on it Principalpoop: it was not trivia, it was substantial cease: the jeopardy show has are much easier questions cease: i found it odd that i'd know stuff as an adolescent that top university students wouldnt know Principalpoop: i stopped watching tv for awhile, and it is worse now, the camera jumping all the time Bunnyboy: I'm kind of surprised that The Game Show Network doesn't play old, NBC eps of JEOPARDY. The ones with Art Fleming and Don Pardo. Principalpoop: not for any artistic effect, just jumping to jump Bunnyboy: Unless they wiped the tapes...which is quite possible. cease: we have the tv on all the time here. japan and all Principalpoop: i am mean tv shows, not news Principalpoop: or NBC is asking too much money cease: do find your brain recovering from not watching tv, poop? Principalpoop: no Bunnyboy: Speaking of footage salvaged from oblivion: Shout! Factory is releasing a promising new Ernie Kovacs box set, next month. Principalpoop: i just don't like watching it cease: there was just a shrink on my local news show telling peoplenot to watch tv if it depressed them too much cease: kovacs was great. Principalpoop: i told you, the camera jumps too much now, wears me out Principalpoop: a genius Bunnyboy: That's one of the "big duh" creative execises, in THE ARTIST'S WAY - Turning off the TV for a week. cease: i didnt watch tv when i lived in japan because it was in japanese Principalpoop: maybe I have seen one too many arcs, after watching years of mash and hill street blues and such Bunnyboy: I have to chuckle into my fist, when every other pharmaceutical ad spends the last half of their running time, warning "...if you have thoughts of suicide..." Bunnyboy: "...you may be watching too many Pharma ads!" Principalpoop: and that hammer, giving a headache, cease: maybe joan saw too many arcs but not me Bunnyboy: Those painkiller ads could be thought of as early holistic propaganda. Principalpoop: when they warn about anal leakage on tv, i am out of my comfortable range Bunnyboy: "It's all connected. The body is like a machine. The body IS a machine!" Principalpoop: you are a cog, get used to it cease: it is no longer the politer medium of our youth, poop Bunnyboy: When did the world become all about making sure you can have a dependable hard-on? Principalpoop: having 2 beds for lucy and dezi was going too far the other way cease: millions of years ago, bun Principalpoop: it if lasts for hours, consult your doctor, yah sure that is a warning, not a come on Principalpoop: so to speak lool Principalpoop: a new red drawf is in the works, for 2012 Bunnyboy: Cool. Principalpoop: stones does not like lister, I forget why Bunnyboy: Who's lister? Bunnyboy: Character? Principalpoop: on red drawf, th last human alive, yes Principalpoop: listor maybe, idk cease: i tried to watch an episode once. unsuccessful Principalpoop: i enjoyed it immensely, they even dismissed God, atheists show lol very unusual Principalpoop: maybe not so much for bbc, but very rare on american tv shows, what was that angel show? Principalpoop: top 10 for years, not charlies lol Principalpoop: my brain is mush Bunnyboy: I'm 2 eps into DOWNTON ABBEY. Fun series. Principalpoop: no time for angels??? lol ahh touched by an angel, i think Bunnyboy: Created and written by Julian Fellowes, Oscar winner for GOSFORD PARK. cease: i never got into it, poop. Principalpoop: shameless is too brutal for me Principalpoop: i will look for it bunnyboy, thanks Bunnyboy: SHAMELESS - BBC version or Showtime? Principalpoop: both Bunnyboy: Joan Cusack is brilliant, in the new series. Principalpoop: fine acting, i do not dispute that, and gripping stories Principalpoop: just too cruel, what word do I want cease: unfamiliar with this Bunnyboy: Allison Janney was cast, in the pilot. I think she jumped, for the Matthew Perry sitcom, instead. Bunnyboy: Ooky? Principalpoop: maybe hardcore is the word lol Bunnyboy: cat: It's about a wildly functional disfunctional family. Principalpoop: if I was younger, maybe fun, now I have seen those families a few times already Bunnyboy: Dad's a smokehound, and has been for several years. cease: this is a tv show? maybe i dont get that channel Principalpoop: BBC and then HBO, I think Bunnyboy: It took me the first ep and a half to get into the Showtime show. When William H. Macy wakes up from a bender, and finds out he's in Canada, it all clicked, for me. cease: i dont get either cease: and i'm already in canada Bunnyboy: The BBC show ran (or has run) for at least 5 series. Obviously popular. Spotty stateside home video representation. Bunnyboy: Sundance has been showing the BBC series, sporadically. Bunnyboy: The Showtime series is on about Ep 9 of...12 or 13, I think. Bunnyboy: And I'm 2 eps behind. It's OnDemand until July, so I'll catch up. cease: i can probly rent the dvds Bunnyboy: I imagine the Showtime Season 1 eps will be on disc, come Fall. Principalpoop: watch red drawf, from the start, it is fun Bunnyboy: Just winding down Ep 22 of Hour Hour. 2 left. Principalpoop: what is your vibe? cease: ok folks. see you next week. ||||||||| At 11:33 PM, the lights go out! Rocky Rococo's voice pierces the inky darkness: "I've got you now, cease!" Shattering glass is heard, and then the lights come back on... Principalpoop: night cat, courage Bunnyboy: yeah, me too. Wanna jump out together, poop? Principalpoop: lets do it, 1 2 3 ||||||||| Principalpoop dashes out the back door as Mayor P'nisnose blasts through the front door holding a shotgun and shouting "Where's Principalpoop?! It's 11:34 PM and my ballot boxes haven't been stuffed yet!"
Bunnyboy hops ||||||||| 11:34 PM -- Bunnyboy left for parts unknown.(Entry from Nick Danger's "Idiots I Have Been Paid To Follow"). ||||||||| Catherwood sneaks into the room, and intones "Announcing 'RedPillTweeny', also known as 'Nancy' -- the time is 1:30 AM" -- then he slowly retires back into the sitting room... ||||||||| It's 1:40 AM, and that means it's time to play BEAT THE REAPER! And here's how our contestants did: ||||||||| RedPillTweeny - dead from the common cold ||||||||| Better luck next time! And now, back to our chatroom, which is already in progress... ||||||||| Catherwood enters, and announces to all and sundry "It's 4:32 AM, time to change the log file and clean out unused rooms; please exit the chat room for a minute or two. Thank you for your patience."