Some children played with Lego while they were growing up. Steven played with maxi-pads. Even now that he was living out of home…he still couldn’t resist the urge to play with them.
Adam wasn’t entirely sure there was candy in the barrel of the gun…it could just be a cruel trick…but he loved candy, and it was a chance he was willing to take.
The Berganoff’s knew something was missing from their children’s portrait. Buckets. Yes, buckets would detract from the children’s cold black eyes and vacant stares.
Sister Gladys: Stop it Sister Martha, I’ll get wet!
Sister Martha: Oh please Sister Gladys, you’ve never been wet in your life.
Dallas the Cat: What the hell man?
Pinkerton the Pelican: Oh you know how I said I didn’t eat cats?
Dallas the Cat: Yeah..
Pinkerton the Pelican: I lied.
Samantha was determined to bring back the scrunchie…and she thought her provocative avant-garde calendar shoot might just do it.
Jerry really wasn’t handling the heat-wave very well at all. He just wanted to go down to the local store for a cold drink, but he just couldn’t bring himself to put on his matching blouse.
Chex and Bex were pissed. That little bastard Conrad always put the popcorn out of reach. He knew how much they enjoyed eating popcorn while watching re-runs of Airwolf.
Steve the Donkey was sick of taking these kids for laps around the rink. He wanted to bust some ass in a real derby match. He even had a cool derby name picked out already - Steve and Destroy - a clever play on words but still tough and scary.