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Circuit - Wherein He Doesn't Have All Day

Circuit - Wherein He Doesn't Have All Day

WILL Sam punch himself in the face?

CAN Harry make him do it?

WHY doesn't Harry have all day?

WHAT could be more important than watching your best friend punch himself in the face?

Nothing. Not that I can think of, anyhow. I know if I somehow got my best friend to punch himself in the face, I'd clear my schedule of all other plans. An opportunity like that doesn't come along every day. It's all about priorities. And enjoying the little things in life.

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Circuit - Wherein Harry is the Lord of the Samurai

Circuit - Wherein Harry is the Lord of the Samurai

WHAT will Harry do with his new samurai?

WILL he use his new power for good, or for evil?

HOW long will he take to come up with a decision?

WILL Ed offer any useful advice?

That is doubtful. There's no proof that Ed's had any experience as any kind of samurai overlord. Then again, there's no proof to the contrary. I guess everyone's got plenty of ideas about what you should do with your samurai army, and they'll all come out of the woodwork and ask for favors... people who wouldn't give you the time of day are now suddenly asking "Hey, can I borrow your samurai army? I've got to move some stuff out of my apartment." And so on. The thing to remember is that no one really knows what they'd do in that circumstance, so there really is no wrong answer. When you have your own samurai army, every answer you make is the right one. Always.

Circuit - Wherein Harry Collects His Reward

Circuit - Wherein Harry Collects His Reward

WILL the samurai accept Harry as their new lord and master?

WILL he use his new power for good or for evil?

WHO made the rule, if Harry didn't?

HAVE the samurai heard of this rule?

Something tells me they haven't. I think it's a great rule, though. I've got a whole laundry list of things I could do with my very own personal samurai army. Getting some laundry done, first of all. And then debt collection. I've also got a few bar fight obligations I should take care of. The list goes on and on. Now, all I have to do is find me some masterless samurai. Where to look...

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Circuit - Wherein Harry Has a Positive Outlook

Circuit - Wherein Harry Has a Positive Outlook

WHERE is Sam?

IS he okay?

WHEN will he show up?

WILL he have a ray gun?

I don't know about that. Although... maybe that's where he's been the whole time; at the ray gun store. I hear they're pretty popular. And they take a while to make, so Sam could very well have been waiting in line for his brand-new ray gun this whole time. Or maybe Harry's just an idiot. You know what? I'm going with the latter. 

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Circuit - Wherein They Like Some of the Same Things

Circuit - Wherein They Like Some of the Same Things

WILL Ed, Jill, and Harry tell the old guy why they weren't fighting?

WILL the old guy be mad that they weren't fighting?

WHY weren't they fighting?

COULD I maybe not end this sentence with the word "fighting"?

Nope. Sorry. Not a chance... fighting.

Might I suggest perusing today's Circuit?

 

Circuit - Wherein They Keep Their Distance

Circuit - Wherein They Keep Their Distance

WHO is the old guy talking to?

WHY does he want them to come closer?

IS the fight really over?

WHEN will those thugs in the background ever wake up?

I don't know... I assume they'll be fine as soon as the scene ends. They each drank quite a bit of hooch, so they could still be there for the better part of the afternoon. They may not be up for any more fights for quite a while. And I'll try to make sure none of them get their hands on any ray guns. I make no promises, though.

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Circuit - Wherein the Pot Criticizes the Kettle

Circuit - Wherein the Pot Criticizes the Kettle

WILL the old man reward them for being so awesome?

ARE fights the only thing that make him smile?

HOW many hooch-induced rumbles has he seen?

HOW many non-hooch-induced rumbles has he seen?

I don't have any exact numbers for you, but rest assured it's way fewer than the hooch-induced rumbles. Hooch is really good for that, among other things. It's also good for combining rumbles with other activities. Knitting, for example. Or interpretive dance.

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