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February 26th, 2014 – Please read the newspost!

February 26th, 2014 – Please read the newspost! published on 27 Comments on February 26th, 2014 – Please read the newspost!

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  • BillSoo

    Did…did she just drug Sam?!

    • I dunno – i DO know that i wouldn’t drink anything either one of those two handed me until she drank it first.

      And it still might not be safe.

      • Tre

        A very fair point. One I am not sure how he missed. Maybe its the post victory euphoria. Any case we can guess she has mischief on her mind in giving Sam a drink. Its just how she is. Maybe she fancies him? Also, despite being from a much earlier time he does seem to have a good mind. Just too stoic.

        • Hornet

          “Just too stoic.” Don’t think that will be a problem for our two lovely flappers.

    • Jeff

      If she did, it’s probably because she and her sister are going to try to bring some muscle back with them to their own time. And of course, Sam appears a not unhandsome fellow to boot.

      • Oarboar

        That’s true. If the sisters are heading back to their own time, where they left off is a spot where they could use some help.

  • Del

    The future is about to hold something just a little bit terrifying for Samuel!

  • Tikatu

    Hm. Wondering now what happened to the “butler”.
    I don’t think Gladys drugged him; I think she broke through his reticence for drinking spirits.

  • Chug

    Would that I could, unfortunately, all donations of any kind are suspended until I get my student loans under control.

  • pingo1387

    I’m hoping that’s not one of her “special” drinks…

    • ShakeJake

      I’m hoping it is! Would be great for the sisters to get some help in that particular situation. Also, the thought of Gladys, Sam, and Edie going on adventures in 1927(?) full of excitement, alcohol, and Badger vs Bear matches makes me snicker.

  • Nomen

    “Perhaps the future is not as terrifying as I had thought; people still lose consciousness when I put them in a headlock.”

    • Moral of the story: Eugenics is bad, but not in the way you’d think

  • Darkoneko Hellsing

    I…I wouldn’t trust that drink.

  • DocHarleen

    Yay, a bit more Sam before the end of the story! I just wonder why he never made it onto the “cast” page…

    • He’s got a tag, I’ve just been slow about putting a picture/description on it, same with Sykes! I’ll get it done soon, hopefully.

      • Sanjay Merchant

        Do characters who die in their arc not get cast page entries? (Thinking specifically of Ms. Fairbairn.)

  • Is no-one going to take this opportunity to remonstrate with Mr Cartwright Junior?

  • Rolan7

    He didn’t know what year he’s from, right? I have a crazy theory…

    • Post-apocalyptic future? Post-independence Scotland?

      • Sanjay Merchant

        They may take our lives, but they will never take…

        OUR GULA!

    • BillSoo

      He looks like he comes from a time before the hotel was built, but that can’t be so because the hotel needs to exist in his time in order to eat him. Also his knowledge of sleeper holds and flour bombs is anachronistic for the medieval period.

      • Stephen E Wilson Jr.

        This a really old comment. But upon re-reading the archive I have to tell you.The knowledge of flour being really flammable is old as making flour. But a very good guess.

  • SoItBegins

    Is that a good idea??

  • Nonesuch

    Uhhh… She… she isn’t planning to drug him and drag him along to her spot in the timeline as her personal boy-toy, is she? ^^; Is she?

  • Jeanie

    Ah. Amazing how different he looks without the hair pomade, huh?

  • Nonesuch

    I’d like to comment on what a tough old bird Mrs. Sykes is. I mean, the owner of the Gula must be half her age at best, and she is helping him out of the building! ;)

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