I have a huge love for Sci-Fi Movies, TV Shows, and Video Games
Cue Nate trying to give himself allergies.
You know, it feels like Peirce came up with another humiliate Nate arc, but just swapped him out with Francis to make it look like a new idea.
This reminds me of the October 8, 2007 arc where Nate gets a swollen lip on Picture Day thanks to a basketball.
Is this week’s arc trying to match with the cartoon’s gross-out humor?
Here’s a fun fact:
Taurine, a common ingredient in energy drinks like Monster Energy, is a very important ingredient in cat food products because when cats suffer from a lack of taurine, they experience digestive problems, hair loss, and possibly even go blind.
What you just saw seemed to be Randy if he had eaten that Squeaky Voiced Teen from The Simpsons.
I still can’t help but hear Randy’s voice from the cartoon whenever I see him in these comics.
I don’t get this one, and I don’t recall there ever being a quote or verse similar to that.
Someone should tell Coach John that faking the moon landing would be more impossible compared to actually putting a man on the moon.