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Before anyone asks: No, that is not a minion.
Of course not. I found Goldbug!
As a three-year-old, I was so enamored with that book that friends and family would call my parents ahead of time to make sure I’d had it read to me already—and I’d probably make them read it to me again anyway. Once asked the cable guy to read it to me.
Can you find him?
Can we expect any future entries that detail Sam and Max’s approach to criminal procedure?
I would recommend either their original comics or Telltale’s multiple game adaptations of the duo. Both give you a very well-defined idea of “what they think is a crime” (basically, anything harming them in any way or anything they are said is evil by anyone looking to hire them, like the commissioner), “what they think they can do to gather evidence or approach a suspect” (anything), “what they think they can do to stop/arrest the people they think are guilty of crimes” (anything), and “what they think they can do to punish the people they catch” (anything).
“We tattooed their heads with garish wrestling masks!”
You have to love a vehicle that says to the onlooker “Warning: car full of criminals” and “Have a hap-hap-happy day!”
If there’s nothing wrong you can’t use the old excuse of “I just wanted to put my foot on a running board again” when it’s a Citroen.
I want to drive on that highway where the DeSotos run free
Traffic stop protocols seem to change on occasion. Having everyone get out is something I haven’t seen in quite a while.
Dammit kid, put on your ‘thority shades! and grow a mustache!
First things first: unnecessarily extend the duration of the stop. We want as much time to shake these guys down as we can get.
I love that Sam and Max are just driving by in the DeSoto. I wonder where they’re driving to?