I was interested in the doglizard’s interaction with his, um, owner? (Why does that word have an ominous ring to it here?) How do these nasties keep finding folks to work for them when they are so awful to their underlings. (Not to mention their underthings—yeesh!) But I just loved the silliness and crazy-making of the yip-yips. Dealing with the rampantly illogical (remember—I spend a lot of time in middle schools) can make even the nice and normal want to head-bang. The stuff at the theater was interesting. You know, I figure there’s not much left of the original theater by now—everything’s been burned, flooded, exploded or stolen at least once, so maybe it wouldn’t have been such as awful thing if Tex had gotten this theater…but I digress. I enjoyed Sweetums, er, conversation with Gina. It deosn’t surprise me at all that he has a brother whose a troll bridge. (But I’ll still bet he could take lessons from Sir Didymous!) “Hypocricise much?” (Heh heh—sooo gonna steal that.) I was a little surprised that Beaker didn’t catch on that something was wrong with Van Neuter. Hmmmm. Let me rephrase that. I’m a little surprise that Beaker didn’t catch on that there was something not quite on the up-and-up…well, this is awkward. So can I just smack Beaker and tell him to clue in so we have someone to tell Gina?!! I soooo like your “Oh, frog,” line, but I think Kermit would be secretly appalled. He may be a dictatorial control freak, but he doesn’t usually have delusions of grandeur—or godhead. But Piggy would probably like it!