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Weekend Discussion Thread: What Happened

Kenneth is back with another one, which I am going to expand on now that season 12 is on:

Let’s venture into fan fiction and hear your theories over what happened between “Diabolik” and “Reptilicus.” What questions are we left with, and what are your personal answers? Who went where? Where are they now?

And I’m going to add: What has become of the characters since the end of season 11 and what’s next?

Let the guesses fly!

27 Replies to “Weekend Discussion Thread: What Happened”

  1. Scott Strong
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    After Diabolik, Mike decided to “become” Captain Janeway. Permanently.

    Pearl found that with her temperament, she was a natural to run for president. She won.

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  2. Kenneth Morgan
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    Thanks for using another of my suggestions!

    I had a bunch of theories, actually, but several of them need restructuring since Season 11. Here are three I’ve come up with (unless Season 12 messes with them):

    – Just after the SOL’s orbital decay started, the Nanites used their powers to teleport themselves off the ship. They currently reside within the computer systems of a small public library in central New Jersey. From that location, they continue their goal of eventual global takeover, while keeping a running count of the overdue fines of that one patron who keeps returning “Midsomer Murders” DVDs late.

    – The Nanites also managed to teleport the animals in the feed lot to safety. They currently reside at several farms in Wayne County, PA and are quite content. Winston, the robots’ prize hog, has been an honored guest at several county fairs throughout northeastern and central PA.

    – Shortly after the SOL crashed on Earth, a salvage group made a discovery: a small, semi-cylindrical device that turned out to be a robot. When activated, it began communicating via a series of beeps or other similar noises. Some later work by a computer repair expert eventually resulted in the robot gaining a rather pleasant voice and identifying himself as Beeper. After being informed of the exploits of his creator and colleagues, he was surprisingly at ease over the situation and refused to feel abandoned or forgotten, as well as being thankful he missed out on all the bad movies. Beeper is on good terms with his fellow SOL crewmembers, and has recently hit the convention circuit, where he’s a good draw with his stories of the early days, as well as his victory over his speech impediment.

    I’ll let you know of any others I can figure out.

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  3. majorjoe23
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    After finding out the last several years of his torture had been recorded and sold to increasingly crappier cable stations, Mike began to feel extreme levels of anxiety. After failed attempts at transcendental meditation using the mantra “Reiterate to myself it is only a program, I should truly just unwind,” Mike entered a deep level of Nelson-sleep.

    Without a true purpose, the bots went into survival mode, continuing their mission by riffing anything they could find in an increasingly diverse media landscape ala Wall-E cleaning up the earth. Kinga found them huddled in an alley, attempting to riff on something called “Crackle.” She lured them into space with the promise of Firesign Theater projects to enjoy, only to trap them.

    Also something with Gypsy.

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  4. jay
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    Gypsy cleverly sold ConGypsCo for a tidy profit to an east coast real estate developer who promptly ran it into the ground and declared bankruptcy for the fifth time. She took her profits and invested in a research facility on the far side of the Moon, a la Elon Musk, and included a reproduction of the Satellite of Love because she felt homesick. Nostalgia also motivated her to offer Crow and Tom minimum wage positions, but after that Gypsy’s kind heart got her into trouble.
    Pearl Forrester heard about the Moon project and played on Gypsy’s tender side to get her to give Pearl’s granddaughter a supervisory role. It was at this point that things began to sour.

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  5. Droppo
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    J.R. and Bobby remained estranged as Ewing Oil continued to….oh wait, wrong show.

    Um…..Mike, Crow and Servo continued to make fun of movies from the comfort of their own home. Mike married Nuveena.

    Forrester and Frank both came back to life because I love them.

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  6. Kenneth Morgan
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    Another couple:

    – Before the SOL crashed, Magic Voice downloaded herself into the computer system at the William Morris Agency. She made contact with the management and arranged for representation. Following some commercial voice-over work in the L.A. area, she gained her AFTRA membership and branched into wider fields. She frequently handles readings for Recorded Books and descriptive audio tracks for feature films. She has recently moved into voice work for animation and has made a very good impression. Actor Mark Hamill is quoted as saying, “If I hear Magic Voice is connected with a project, I know it’s something special.”

    – TV’s Frank continued with his work as a Soultaker for several years. Over that period, there were several disputes with management, mainly over his personality conflict with the Estevez-looking guy and his lack of high-level chess skills. Finally, in 2010, he quit and returned to Second Banana Heaven. Unfortunately, he arrived just in time for the Nigel Bruce incident. (All Frank will say about that was, “What they did to that guy…just awful…and poor Huntz Hall.”) He later tried his hand at several other evil organizations (including the Sith Brotherhood, the Legion of Doom, and several TV networks), but found them unsatisfying. He has since returned to his Soultaker position, and is partnered with the Jim McMahon-looking guy. While 2016 was a very rough year for him (including hate mail for Adam West and the Fisher/Reynolds op), he’s still determined to do a good job (though he keeps “losing the paperwork” for Joel).

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  7. Reid Grant
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    I like to think that Mike got that job at the Hot Fish Shop in Osseo. That way, Joel’s on hand for any bot maintenance, Gypsy probably set aside money for Joel, Mike and the ‘bots despite saying no. Afterwards, maybe TV’s Frank shows up, but no longer a soul taker, yet he will take a fillet of sole. Shortly, after leaving the castle, Pearl discovers she has a granddaughter, and since Observer is still cleaning his brainpan, Pearl has him whip up a clone to keep an eye on her. Not a perfect clone, but Pearl is too busy to raise a kid. Meanwhile, the Nanites repair the ship and rebuild the bots using themselves as part of the raw materials, They shut themselves down and any remaining collective conscience remaining goes into Gypsy II, Cambot II and Magic Voice II. They relaunch the SOL and contact Pearl as that’s what they understand as the norm for the SOL. Pearl decides that Kinga can take over the experiments and they formulate the Moon 13 Initiative. Brain Guy seeks out the other two Observers in Green Bay and uses their help to get the plan off and running, but will take their brains away again if they don’t cooperate. Hence, that’s why the one observer is now leader and helps out Kinga for her wedding. That leaves, Mike, Joel and the original bots on Earth, along with some other guy’s Crow from 913, (maybe the time clone from 821?) to live freely. While BTS, the new bots are under the impression that they have been on the ship the whole time, remember all the events from before, and are just waiting for a new companion. No, not like Dr Who. As for Max, and who Kinga’s mother is, I’m just going to wait for them to reveal that eventually. This is just my idea of the between season 10 and 11 concept. Did I overthink it? Should I really just relax?

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  8. goalieboy82
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    here is what happen between season’s 10 and 11:
    If you’re wondering how he eats and breathes
    and other science facts (la la la),
    Then repeat to yourself, “It’s just a show,
    I should really just relax.

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  9. Yeti of Great Danger
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    I am really, really terrible at writing any kind of fanfic, so I will spare you all. Just wanted to say I’m thoroughly enjoying all the creative posts!

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  10. Michael Kuzmanovski
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    goalieboy82:
    here is what happen between season’s 10 and 11:
    If you’re wondering how he eats and breathes
    and other science facts (la la la),
    Then repeat to yourself, “It’s just a show,
    I should really just relax.

    Ugh, I guess someone had to do it.

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  11. Johnny Drama
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    Mike, Servo and Crow took matters into their own hands, and started up this thing called Rifftrax.

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  12. The Original EricJ
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    Scott Strong:
    Pearl found that with her temperament, she was a natural to run for president. She won.

    She’s likable….enough.

    majorjoe23:
    Without a true purpose, the bots went into survival mode, continuing their mission by riffing anything they could find in an increasingly diverse media landscape ala Wall-E cleaning up the earth. Kinga found them huddled in an alley, attempting to riff on something called “Crackle.” She lured them into space with the promise of Firesign Theater projects to enjoy, only to trap them.

    NO!…Not Crackle! That was an act of mercy to rescue them!
    Very few of the records were left from the Crackle phase, except for a partial log from two months in, containing fragments of quotes like “Woo-hoo, ‘Half Baked’, doods!”, a request for gold chains after a string of Barbershop sequels, and scraps of an abandoned plot to assassinate Jerry Seinfeld. The Bots were last found sobbing with incoherent references to Underworld sequels and Joe Dirt 2.

    goalieboy82:
    here is what happen between season’s 10 and 11:
    If you’re wondering how he eats and breathes
    and other science facts (la la la),
    Then repeat to yourself, “It’s just a show,
    I should really just relax.

    No, I want to see Mike’s feeding tube from the Movie! And how Gypsy keeps the ship functioning, even when Dr. F/Pearl shuts off the oxygen! And how the Umbilicus tube works in geosynchronous orbit! ;)

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  13. H
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    Season 11 and beyond are an alternate reality. Everybody’s still where they were at the end of Season 10 in that reality. Joel and Mike never existed (that or they did their time and at some point escaped).

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  14. jay
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    I know it’s just a show, but I am fond of science facts –

    Geosynchronous Orbit – To maintain a position over a particular location on Earth requires an altitude of approximately 22,500 miles. An umbilicus of that length is actually theoretically possible.
    Lunarsynchronous Orbit- The Moon rotates at same rate that it orbits the Earth, 27.32 Earth days. For a satellite to achieve an orbit in which it remains above a particularly location on the Moon would require such a great altitude above the lunar surface that Earth’s gravity would not allow it to remain stable. Rats! Maybe Gypsy figured out a tether system for the SOL which holds it in place? (See above scenario in which Gypsy sells ConGypsCo and builds Moon 13).

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  15. Kenneth Morgan
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    And a couple more…

    – After his return to Earth, Mike was reunited with his family (and offered some of them pointed comments on their dating habits). He soon set up housekeeping with Crow and Tom in an apartment near Eden Prairie. He returned to Happy Temps and worked on a series of jobs. Then, a previous employer offered him a permanent job as Night Manager at a Stop ‘n Go just outside of Minneapolis. He did OK, and then, on a whim, he added SOL brand Fried Worm Snacks to the ready-to-eat food offerings. They caught on immediately, and were soon offered at their other locations. Mike was rewarded with a promotion to Supervising Manager and a decent pay raise. Later, the addition of Cowboy Mike’s BOLD BBQ Sauce netted him the job of District Manager and profit sharing. When asked about his success, Mike shrugs and modestly says, “It’s a living.”

    – After several years in obscurity shrouded in mystery, Torgo and Ortega finally met at a convention appearance in St. Louis. They found they had shared interests and wardrobe preferences, and got along well. They finally decided to team up and open a restaurant called Tortega’s. Initially opening in El Paso, they later opened five other locations in the Southwest. Highly successful, they’re known for offering fine food and efficient yet off-putting service in a relaxed, somewhat dingy setting at bargain prices. At last report, the culinary moguls are working on their first Northeast location in Newark. Their ad slogan is, “The best food you’ve ever tasted…but don’t ask how we make it.”

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  16. BBA
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    Mike is still living in Wisconsin with his wife and kids. The Bots moved out after Bridget moved in and things started getting “incredibly awkward,” in Mike’s words.

    Servo quickly rose in online entertainment circles. At the urging of his close friend Strong Bad, he attempted to break into the lucrative field of Flash animation. The less said about that, the better.

    Crow moved to Hollywood to work on his screenplays. Only one got sold, and it ended up getting made into an Eddie Murphy movie. The less said about that, the better.

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  17. skrag2112
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    The Crow left behind at the cheese factory in the 1980s will later be discovered by Cyberdyne Systems. They try and use him to create an unstoppable killer robot for their military division, but all it wants to do is watch bad movies, insult people and eat Funyons. Cyberdyne sells the unused prototype to the Gizmonic Institute. Gizmonic immediately sends it to their “Deep 13” project to assist a lowly custodian. The circle is complete.

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  18. Brandon Pierce
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    Johnny Drama:
    Mike, Servo and Crow took matters into their own hands, and started up this thing called Rifftrax.

    You’d be surprised how many MSTies actually have that as their head canon.

    One fan theory that’s been flying around that like as to how the Bots wound on on the SOL again, is someone (Kinga?) abducted them believing them to be the intellectual property of Gizmonic Institute. That does raise the question of what became of Mike. I think he was given the TAHITI project and his memory altered.

    I also believe Joel is really Ardy in disguise, ready to backstab Kinga when the time is right.

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  19. Endoplasmic Reticulum
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    After making a killing on REALLY long-term cryptocurrency investments, Servo and Crow set about buying significant chunks of Rumania, Bulgaria, and the former Yugoslavia. While circumambulating their latest acquisition, they discovered a forgotten castle. They discovered, in the highest room of the tallest tower, a beautiful maiden. Well, a maiden with a visage that most would consider not-so-unpleasant, anyway. Love’s first kiss from Crow didn’t do anything, but eventually they contacted their old pal Gypsy, who’s good with things like this, who suggested that they push the big button marked “OFF.” It worked! But who was this young not unlovely but possibly with a nice personality?

    Interrogating the computer was useless without the password, which after much clever sleuthing they discovered was “123456”. The records revealed that that this was the one and only blood daughter of the one and only Dr. Clayton Forrester. Turns out that before leaving on her endless chase of the SOL, Pearl put her granddaughter into suspended animation, so she wouldn’t grow up without strong parental guidance. Their young charge needed care, and they couldn’t figure a way out of it. The bots determined that they would be caring, involved foster parents, in order to head off any tendencies toward juvenile delinquency. They even helped Kinga connect with her biological history, buying the former Castle Forrester and encouraging her to get a summer internship at Gizmonic.

    But then one day, Kinga heard a voice that told her she only had to raise her right fist to become an all powerful agent of Stan. Of course it was just Tom kidding around, but she started to wonder: would nature overcome nurture? Then, who should appear but Grandma Pearl, hardly aged after all that time spent at near the speed of light! Kinga’s true nature came through, and she and Pearl sold Castle Forrester to someone who wanted tear it down and build a swinging retirement village and lead paint re-processing center on the site. They also thawed out TV’s son of TV’s Frank, who had also been in suspended animation back at the castle in the former Yugoslavia.

    Pearl and Kinga took the proceeds from the sale and started their moonbase, where the girls would be able to make up for lost time. They were just getting started on outfitting the place as a world-class workshop of evil research, but then Pearl had to head back out to space to close up the methane lake house on Kepler-444 zeta, leaving Kinga to run the place by herself, although with instructions from her grandma to, “see about ramping the villainy up a notch or two.”

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  20. Mibbitmaker
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    Mibbitmaker:
    PROLOGUE
    After an experiment everyone agreed wasn’t working (Joel and the bots thought it was too easy, and the mads thought it was their least good attempt at destroying Joel’s mind. So, no “Plan 9 From Outer Space” shipped to Comedy Central), Dr. Forrester and TV’s Frank were ready to end the proceedings. “NEXT time, Joel!” exclaimed Dr. F in a stern tone of voice. Shifting moods, he turned to Frank. “Don’t you have somewhere to go?”
    TVF: “Right, my Lama–(ahem) — I mean my comic villains fan club! See ya, Steve!”
    Dr. F: “Um, bye. I’ll get the button.”

    Frank was thinking, Dr. F sure got into a good mood quickly. He rarely gets the button. Frank leaves.

    Dr. Forrester pauses, then slowly moved out of the camera’s view, unaware it was still on, humming a happy tune. he emerges, pushing a hideously decorated carriage, contents largely covered with a moldy cloth. He peeks inside, sporting a wide grin. Softly, he spoke. “The goofy man is gone now. Must keep this a secret, y’know! I have some mad science cred to think of.” After he chuckles, a separate giggle is heard. A brief pause before adding, I’ve got plans for you!”

    Pushes the button. His voice is heard to add, “I think I’ll name you… Kinga.” Show credits roll.

    End prologue.

    CRASH SITE, 1999.
    The former Satellite of Love is a smoldering wreck. After having been abandoned for a while, two figures emerge. A surprisingly not very mangled Crow and Tom Servo dust each other off. Or, rather, a duplicate of each that were missed when Mike Nelson and the bots destroyed the rest. Being neglected clones, they weren’t given proper voices, though they were fine voices otherwise. They had decided to find the other survivors.

    Finding themselves at Mike’s place, they rang the doorbell. They met with a frazzled Mike, the real bots inside with him. After Crow and Tom initially liked their doppelgangers, Mike insisted they go elsewhere. Joel Robinson’s home was mentioned, but they decoded instead to seek out Gypsy.

    Once there, Gypsy, thinking it was the real bots at first, eventually allowed them to live in one of her mansions. She had them reprogrammed to remember Joel and Mike from the satellite. She also had a duplicate of herself made, more adaptable to truly female voice tones, though left with a voice somewhere between original Gypsy and Pearl Forrester.

    After years had passed, Gypsy finally had it with the other bots’ sitting and watching B movies on cable ways and insister they leave home and never return (as Tom recalled it in an Odd Couple narrator’s tone). Gypsy was having her own problems, not having emerged well from the economic recovery. The Gypsy clone still liked the other two and went with them, to real Gypsy’s dismay

    Meanwhile, an MST3K reunion was had, but only two people showed up, not directly involved with the experiments: Kinga Forrester (who was responsible for the event), and a familiar-looking man named Max. Both of them sadly bemoaned the failed party.

    “Here I am, alone and destined to have my soul taken by my own dad when I die!”

    “YOU complain”, said Kinga, “at least YOUR mom isn’t a life-sized plastic doll with the breath of a thousand strangers stinking up her mouth! I’d give anything to be a clone!”
    “Yeah?”, Max bellowed, “Try having a dad who goes to Lamaze class for his stupid clone! Idiot!”

    It was then that Kinga had a terrible, awful idea. She’d restart the movie torture project! She and Max would run it, and she’d eventually kidnap the bots, make her own cambot, and make it bigger than before! Her first huge mistake: she only taken the clone versions, leaving Mike with his robot friends. But, by Kinga, she’ll make it work! She only needed a human guinea pig…

    EPILOGUE

    Season 11.

    I wrote all this, and got marked as spam upon trying to edit. I hope this keeps it on here. Sorry for the repeating of a large text.

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  21. Mibbitmaker
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    ….or, it turns out, not repeating. :)

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  22. touches no one's life, then leaves
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    Nothing about Dr. Erhardt so far?

    Considering his supposed appearance in “Earth vs. the Spider” (there are so many “the Spiders”, y’know, any number of whom would have a better chance against the Earth that this one), I just now had this vague notion of him showing up on a giant spider (like this ninja) but nothing further than that.

    http://www.cityonfire.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/ninja-the-final-duel_no-1-1.jpg

    That said, I haven’t seen very many Season 11 episodes and I fastforwarded through most of the host segments on the ones that I’ve watched, so not really anything on this end, sorry.

    I don’t even know if Kinga is supposed to have been born before or after Pearl killed Dr. Forrester (“As I held the pillow to his face, I vowed to avenge his death.”).

    Wait, now that I think about it, is the deal supposed to be that between being reborn as a space baby and being suffocated, Dr. Forrester lived through an entirely new lifetime of forty-however-many years? For some reason I presumed that he quick-aged back to his old self but now I realize that nothing to that effect was ever said. Ahh, I’ll just relax…

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  23. MonkeyPretzel
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    Wait, now that I think about it, is the deal supposed to be that between being reborn as a space baby and being suffocated, Dr. Forrester lived through an entirely new lifetime of forty-however-many years? For some reason I presumed that he quick-aged back to his old self but now I realize that nothing to that effect was ever said. Ahh, I’ll just relax…

    There are actually two timelines. Wait, don’t run away, I’ll explain my theory!

    Between Season 7 and Season 8 500 years passed. Pearl was thawed out, and told how she killed Clayton the Starbaby. OK, fine. But at the start of Season 9, Gypsy says the SoL and Pearl, Bobo, and Brain Guy have been transported back to Earth via wormhole, and specifically she mentions they’ve gone back to the Earth at the time it was when they left. When they left was when Dr. F unplugged the Umbilicus and abandoned Deep 13 to go live with his mother. So they’ve returned to a timeline where there’s a duplicate (original) Pearl still living with Clayton somewhere as well as the 500 year old defrosted Pearl. The Laserblast episode never makes it clear how much time has passed as Clayton ages, dies, and is reborn so it is entirely possible (and my firm belief) that Dr. Clayton Forrester is still alive and well in the show’s continuity, at least in Seasons 9 and 10 – plenty of time to sire Kinga the traditional way or any other way. Joel even had a tandem universe written when he was working on bringing MST3K back circa 2013 – 2014 that had Trace and Frank back as Dr. Forrester and Frank; they were going to work with Pearl to help teach Kinga, as she would be a Mad Scientist/Villain-in-Training.

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  24. Kenneth Morgan
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    Ask and you shall receive…

    – After the first year of the Mads’ cable-broadcast experiments, Larry Ehrhardt was overpowered and taken into custody by agents of the NSA. He was taken to a secret location (okay, it was a defunct motel outside of Wilkes-Barre) and questioned about the Mads’ ultimate goals. The interrogators quickly got bored, though, and decided to move on to tracking down more pressing threats to national security. Unfortunately, they completely forgot about Ehrhardt. While he was given decent room and board, he was not allowed to leave because no one thought to write the release order. Finally, in 1999, while preparing for the upcoming 2000 Presidential campaign, the Clinton/Gore administration found out about the money being spent to keep Ehrhardt locked up. So they released him and transferred the funds to Gore’s campaign war chest. Ehrhardt was a bit lost for a while, since Deep 13 was shut down and the experiments were suspended. Until, this happened…

    – Rumors of Dr. Forrester’s death are greatly…well, they’re crud. He’s not dead. Pearl quickly got bored trying to raise Clay from infancy, so she used a Deep 13-surplus device to restore him to adulthood in moments. There was an immediate personality conflict, but Clay escaped Pearl’s attempt to kill him. (An embarrassed Pearl would omit this fact in her later account.) After hiding out and gathering up some funds he’d socked away in the Grand Caymans, he started EvilCommCo, a company that provides a one-stop source for all the evil the mass media would ever want. He quickly gained a large number of clients (including SyFy, Comedy Central and several news organizations) and did quite well. Early on, he met up with Larry Ehrhardt and took him on as a full partner. The more affable Larry handles the public relations, while Clay concentrates on evil developments. They are highly successful and maintain offices in NYC, LA, London, Moscow and Patterson, NJ. The reunited villains are, reportedly, having the time of their lives causing ruination to the character of the mass media.

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  25. Kenneth Morgan
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    Okay, one more…

    While being transferred to the zoo, a minor auto accident resulted in Bobo escaping. At the time, he was in central New Jersey and wandered around, no one being interested enough to stop him. By chance, he ended up at a meet & greet led by the fledgling Garden State political party. Talking with Bobo at the buffet, the party’s leaders were impressed by his amiable nature and lack of convictions, both political and criminal. They eventually set him up to run for State Senate against the longtime incumbent in the 17th district. During their sole debate, Bobo was non-committal on political issues, then suddenly asked his opponent whether he felt Welsh cookies were better with raisins or currents. The senator, dumbfounded, couldn’t respond, so Bobo followed it up by challenging him on his chocolate chip preferences. The senator was utterly taken aback and lost composure, which derailed his campaign. (Courier-News headline: THE NIGHT THE COOKIE CRUMBLED) Bobo won in a landslide and is now regarded asone of the better politicians in NJ by not offending anyone and not doing anything. There’s already talk that he’ll be put up a candidate for governor in 2021, with Star-Ledger columnist Paul Mulshine writing, “Bobo is the governor that New Jersey deserves.” Bobo, himself, is quite happy, as long as the food is good and no one pesters him with questions on the debt crisis.

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  26. PJ
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    jay:
    Gypsy cleverly sold ConGypsCo for a tidy profit to an east coast real estate developer who promptly ran it into the ground and declared bankruptcy for the fifth time.She took her profits and invested in a research facility on the far side of the Moon, a la Elon Musk, and included a reproduction of the Satellite of Love because she felt homesick.Nostalgia also motivated her to offer Crow and Tom minimum wage positions, but after that Gypsy’s kind heart got her into trouble.
    Pearl Forrester heard about the Moon project and played on Gypsy’s tender side to get her to give Pearl’s granddaughter a supervisory role.It was at this point that things began to sour.

    That is brilliant!

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  27. PJ
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    The Original EricJ: She’s likable….enough.

    NO!…Not Crackle!That was an act of mercy to rescue them!
    Very few of the records were left from the Crackle phase, except for a partial log from two months in, containing fragments of quotes like “Woo-hoo, ‘Half Baked’, doods!”, a request for gold chains after a string of Barbershop sequels, and scraps of an abandoned plot to assassinate Jerry Seinfeld.The Bots were last found sobbing with incoherent references to Underworld sequels and Joe Dirt 2.

    No, I want to see Mike’s feeding tube from the Movie!And how Gypsy keeps the ship functioning, even when Dr. F/Pearl shuts off the oxygen!And how the Umbilicus tube works in geosynchronous orbit!;)

    Can admins turn off upvoting your own posts? :/

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