Zack: That's good enough when you combine it with his experience of repeatedly going to hospitals. The symptoms the waiter is exhibiting seem to be from long term radiation exposure.
Steve: What else is around this Chi-Chis?
Zack: The business that caught your eye when you pulled in was a Morton Downey Jr. campaign office in the adjacent strip mall. Considering he has been surging in the polls and threatening Bill Clinton and George Bush, it seemed odd that the office looked abandoned.
Steve: We need to get into that office. Eazy-E will take a rain check on those enchiladas and head back out to the car.
Zack: You are actually in Kurt's conversion van. One side has an airbrushed diagram of a woman's reproductive system and the other side has an airbrushed image of flowers dripping with blood spelling out the word ENEMY. The back is full of the various ritual components used to restore Krist Novoselic from death.
Steve: That's not really helping here. Left Eye needs to like use a little bit of the plastic explosives to blow a hole into the door.
Zack: You're going to have Left Eye blow her way into the campaign office?
Steve: Just a tiny bit.
Zack: She is a demolitions expert, she knows just the right amount to use.
"I thought the internet was all fun and games. Grow virtual plants on Facebook. Send email to grandma. IM friends with emojis," said the Stupid Ass Teenager, currently dying in an Idiot County hospital. "Never in my wildest dreams could I ever possibly humanly imagine that doing stupid ass internet shit in real life might get me mortally injured."
(Lips smacking, mouth full of peanut butter, glistening streams of peanut butter oil running down chin) "I'm full as hell, and I'm not going to take another bite!"
Guess what's back? Frosty tundras! And me.
Bonk: The Only Good Bonk Is A Head Bonk
We review every game from the last 2 months, plus all 21 SNES Classic titles
Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.