Poor poor Donut III - when will he ever learn? His whole thyme-lord existence is there for the sole purpose of being blown up or listening to endless, horrible puns, or at best, being a conveyance for new ways to get the plot to go somewhere.That being said, I hope he continues on despite this moment of depression, lest he be replaced by some other Donut regeneration who will inevitably carry on in his absence.
... Which we both know will probably happen again soon, Geoffrey.But, I am realy liking that we're back at the Brick House again. Regardless of how soon they keave in searh of their precious Whiskey.
The wilds of Detroit is becoming more appropriate every day. The abandoned sections are being reclaimed by the wilderness.
Wait, when did it go back to Brick House?And how are those two going to get to Detroit? Plot-device? They might end up with Fox then...
I think you should create a Lego version of the city club for your characters.
@Ross: What, the title of the strip? It swapped back over a year ago.As to getting to Detroit - remember the Brick House works like a Tardis - it can go just about anywhere. The house uses a big pot of Time-Space Chili to move about - the plot device drive is a bit more dangerous. (They do have one, though, mounted in Donut's car by Tony.)
@dionysus:Heh. I can't imagine Whiskey at City Club. Although, yeah, that'd make for an interesting twist. :)
Whiskey rescue Donut... hmmm... ummm... maybe if Scotch made him?
I would love to see Whiskey end up in the same bar that he met Scotch in. :P
Donut has good reasons...so does Donsym(wv)
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