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#260: Entrepreneurship, and Other Unnecessary Syllables

It’s all an effort to avoid becoming “like the back fat hobo man,” giving animals a home and charging for them to give a displaced Experimental Submarine Captain and Government Dissected Alien a home, too.

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#212: Gwahk Ah Mohl Ay

“Hamsters do it sometimes, they’re cute. DON’T LOOK AT ME LIKE THAT”

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#188: Stuck on a Hopeless Rock

“Is it some kinda, like, talking Nerf toy? ‘Cause it’s kina annoying. Can we take out the batteries?”

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#174: Water Soluble

Better this than having someone pee on you once the jellyfish turn.

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#165: Maritime Communication

This at least has a better chance of success than using a carrier pigeon.

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#162: This Is Why Fish Don’t Fly

The Submarine Captain thinks goggles are the BEST.

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#159: Preservation Techniques

“WHAT WERE YOU THINKING, ANYWAY?!” “Iunno. You’re green, so I thought, y’know, pickles.”

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#153: Der Vedding – Part Four

Floatty was the ring-bearer. Unfortunately, his ceremoniously majestic float down the aisle and elegant rise to the hands of the happy couple could not be accurately translated to comic form.

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#151: Der Vedding – Part Two

Our alien friend requested extra height for his Amish cyborg procedure, so as to compensate for his withered pride in resorting to bizarre Earth technologies. Also, because his old tripod mechanism was horrendously short, and he was tired of looking … Continue reading

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