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  • Ghostdanser

    That is one sure way to ruin everyone’s appetite.

  • Christopher J Stanley

    Looks like he’s no longer…

    Hungry Like The Wolfe.

    • EnnBee

      *claps*
      Magnificent work sir!

    • Alex Hollins

      those juices aint wine.

    • Jourell

      Oooooh definately pull a Horatio there……. YEEEEEAAAAAAHHHHHHHH

  • Darkoneko Hellsing

    Cool butlers don’t look at slime explosions.

  • Phil

    Oh, that is a bad place to be standing right now…

  • Bo Lindbergh

    I’m sure there’s a joke about memetic emetics hiding in here.

  • “Waffer thin…”

    • RLB

      Exactly what it reminded me of.
      For those who do not get it,

      • RLB

        That did not quote correctly. Let’s try this:
        [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aczPDGC3f8U[/url]

      • https://youtu.be/aczPDGC3f8U

        Your URL broke.

        They won an Oscar for this film, you know – A Special Technical Oscar Award for the invention of the High-Speed Reciprocating Vomit Pump

  • Toddtr

    I didn’t realize it before

    But The Butler did it

    • JeSuisLaMeilleurePommeDeTerre

      in the dinning room with the poision

    • Of course. Communism was just a red herring.

      • TachyonCode

        And anarchy was just a tool of the revolutionaries who forged a government out of democracy.

  • D. Schwartz

    Ahhh purgatives. A great way to, ah, ex-spell the problem.

    I’ll see myself out.

  • Bieeanda

    Gluttony’s expression in the third panel is *perfect*.

  • threadweaver

    Not the first time a team of ghostbusters got slimed in a hotel.

  • billydaking

    Showing my age, but The Butler made me think of this: http://i51.tinypic.com/24b3rkn.jpg

    • I heard that explosion actually hurt him pretty badly, but he kept walking since they only had one chance at that shot. McCoy is a badass.

    • billydaking

      Also, I love the cat in the final panel.

    • Ed Brault

      WHO is that?

      • Sylvester McCoy, the seventh Doctor :)

      • noerartnoe

        …I genuinely can’t agree with myself whether you are making a – rather clever – joke or actually don’t know. It’s rather infuriating. Well done. :)

  • ChaosControl

    Looks like Gluttony is going to land himself in the Guinness Book of World Records for the Largest Puke Ever.

  • Mr. Casual

    I think the people in the street should’ve cleared the area, too, as that looks like it’s pointed right at them.

  • Unhooked

    That poor cat…

    Oh, and the rest of them, too.

    • They don’t have to wash themselves with their tongue.

      • Darkoneko Hellsing

        I didn’t need THAT mental image

  • Ocean Burning.

    Aw, poor skinny Sidney straining to drag away the muscular Wolfe…

  • Euodiachloris

    Well, that should do it. There’s nothing quite like watching food poisoning happening in front of you to put you off your own meal. :P

  • Bill Soo

    Vomitting and yawning; both highly contagious…..

    Hope the street drains can handle the load…

  • Eva Schiffer

    The gentleman who is on the woman in the pink dress’ left is so startled he changed into an entirely different jacket and put on gloves! :D

  • M. E. Gibbs

    I love that Sid is the only one with enough altruism to grab and haul poor Wolfe out of there while the cousins are just like NOPE BAI.

    • Heylir

      It was my first reaction, too. :) But seeing as she is almost dragging Ben along with her, I think that Verity just has taken care of “Benji” as her usual top-priority. :) She did look back, to be fair.

      But Sid is a great, of course.

      • Emily

        It kind of makes sense that Sid would be the one left to handle Wolfe – Ben’s not really big enough to carry him, and Vee, as you pointed out, would naturally grab Ben first. (I thought at first she was dragging him along, but it looks like she might actually be catching him as he skids on a stray bit of goo.)

  • P Threadgill

    off topic, but I thought I’d pass on the URL to an NPR poll on favorite web comics and graphic novels, in case anyone wanted to submit “Widdershins” (which is one of my top 5 favorite web comics): http://www.npr.org/2017/05/24/527975066/its-a-bird-its-a-plane-its-our-comics-and-graphic-novels-reader-poll

    • Much appreciated! Word of mouth is easily the most effective way for a comic to thrive, so anything like this is extremely helpful!

    • Emily

      Thanks for the link! I just submitted Widdershins, along with Castle Waiting by Linda Medley and Nimona by Noelle Stevenson.

      • Ah, I love both of those! Castle Waiting vol 1 in particular was a huge education for me, really kicked me right in the comic-making part of my brain.

    • The poll seems to be closed now.

  • Nonesuch

    Mr. Gula: “I’ve taken my life back, you bloated blowhard.”

  • The boy stood in the supper-room
    Whence all but he had fled;
    He’d eaten seven pots of jam
    And he was gorged with bread.

    ‘Oh, one more crust before I bust!’
    He cried in accents wild;
    He licked the plates, he sucked the spoons –
    He was a vulgar child.

    There came a hideous thunder-clap –
    The boy – oh! where was he?
    Ask of the maid who mopped him up,
    The breadcrumbs and the tea.

  • Sarah Hardister

    Oh yeah. Nothing makes you lose your appetite like seeing someone lose their lunch…after they’ve already eaten it. Gross.

  • Greenwood Goat

    Bombe appetite! >:=)>

  • “Clear the area”. I must remember that one. It sounds so much better than “Run away”.

  • BaronHaynes

    It’s interesting how badly the team botched this one, considering none of them were tempted by Gluttony the way they were by the previous two. All personal issues and yelling and shooting each other with darts.

    Poor showing, main cast! Mr. Gula, the true hero of the comic, will take care of the quest from here.

  • maggPi

    Even kitty is shocked.

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