356: I'm Clearly Navigating a Proboscis

356: I'm Clearly Navigating a Proboscis
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356: I'm Clearly Navigating a Proboscis

Jun 17 2024 | 01:01:59

Episode 192 June 17, 2024 01:01:59

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Such a Nooootable (Generic) Individual

It's Pretty Great To Be At My Own Mourner's Feast

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[00:00:00] Speaker A: You're listening to the show about lofted, brimmed bone shelf jobs. It's pork fried dice. I'm Eric and I'm the dungeon master. [00:00:12] Speaker B: I'm Abby and I play Rufina. [00:00:15] Speaker C: I'm Alex and I play Batwack. [00:00:18] Speaker D: I'm KT and I play will. [00:00:22] Speaker E: I'm Adam and I play Roscoe. [00:00:27] Speaker A: Hold on to your haversacks. Let's roll. What's that yellow thing? Is it to hold your teabag? [00:00:36] Speaker B: Yeah, it's an owl. [00:00:39] Speaker A: It, like, clips it to the side. Interesting. [00:00:41] Speaker B: It's not its original purpose, but I've co opted it for that reason. [00:00:45] Speaker A: What was its original purpose? [00:00:47] Speaker B: To be a cute, adorable paper holder together. [00:00:52] Speaker A: Got it. [00:00:53] Speaker B: I think. [00:00:54] Speaker A: All right, should we do this thing? [00:00:57] Speaker B: I'm ready. [00:00:58] Speaker E: Yeah. [00:00:58] Speaker F: Yeah. [00:00:59] Speaker A: Hell, yeah. All right. What am I doing? How do we do it? Like this. [00:01:05] Speaker D: Oh, is Craig on? [00:01:07] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:01:07] Speaker E: Okay. [00:01:08] Speaker D: Sorry. [00:01:10] Speaker A: It definitely said it. Previously on Pork Fried Dice. [00:01:43] Speaker F: Valencia. On this funereal cruise, he must keep up the rooms that bath wax death. We're shown to our state rooms with only one washroom. Valencio's got the blue. Thinking about other people's boobs. Ruffina's absolution keeps her from healing at a healthy pace. [00:02:53] Speaker E: Oh, my God. Oh, that was rough. What am I doing? What am I doing? Why am I doing this? This upper register is gonna fucking kill me. Oh, my God. All right. Okay, here we go. Just gonna keep on going. [00:03:13] Speaker F: So Roscoe is behind. Rafina can't decline some mustard communion wine. Oh, and kick has magic fishing line. Then Filius brings us to prefeast drinks with the view, where we meet John and Sue, who aren't assassins. Normal conversation. She means recapping and might get an exotic bet. [00:04:25] Speaker E: Other things that happened last time. Um, Kick and Valencio divvied up bathwatch's belongings. Kick caught a fish, and will insisted that we not get tangled up in shit and stop accepting quests. Instead, he gave Phileas a quest of his own to build a proper shelf for displaying bat black's bones. [00:04:47] Speaker F: Looking for a bone solution? Sing about Sue's portable spray bath. [00:05:04] Speaker D: Oh, that's right. [00:05:09] Speaker F: Eric misses up our feast invites, and our minds get sliver. [00:05:31] Speaker E: This has been a pork fried dice recap parodying the song sing for absolution by the band muse off of their album Absolution, which was released September 15, 2003, almost exactly 20 years ago from the time of this recording. How cool is that? I guess. I don't know. Fuck me. [00:05:51] Speaker D: No, stop saying that. At the end of your. That is cool. [00:05:57] Speaker A: That's weird. I bet you an Everwood episode came out that day, too. [00:06:03] Speaker B: Adam, that was so great. The voice was just so poignant and the lyrics were so well rhymed. I mean, it was just so well done. [00:06:12] Speaker D: All that was at the end. Holy shit. It was like a. You were on stage or something recording this. [00:06:19] Speaker E: Recording this. First of all, like, I've never actually messed around with the gain knob on my mic before. And so, like, I. This forced me to learn how to do that. I was manually turning the game, like, while recording because, like, for those. The chorus parts, I had to basically scream. I also, by the way, opted to work from home, quote unquote, one morning just so that I could, like, have an empty apartment because I. Because I knew that I was going to have to, like, scream basically. [00:06:57] Speaker A: You couldn't whisper scream it. [00:07:00] Speaker E: So my first, my first, the first two takes that I did, I was not using my upper register. Like, I was just doing like, I was like an octave lower, I guess, and, like. And I realized, like, oh, shit, I can't, like, that's not what this song is. Like, that's not that that's not going to do it. [00:07:20] Speaker D: So what was making up the song again? [00:07:23] Speaker B: Muse absolution by muse. [00:07:26] Speaker E: Sing for absolute solution. [00:07:29] Speaker B: Perfect. So perfect. Such a perfect song. And even though I don't know that song, I now really want to. And I know that a hundred thousand now. [00:07:36] Speaker D: Yeah, I'm gonna listen to it after this. [00:07:39] Speaker E: It's, you know. Yeah. You know, my. My approach to, uh, to recaps is latch on to. I mean, I guess we all do it, but latch onto that one initial idea, I was like, well, yeah, absolution. I know one song that's about that. [00:07:52] Speaker D: That's awesome. Good job. That was like, thank you. [00:07:56] Speaker E: It's really gentle. [00:07:56] Speaker D: I want to listen to it again. [00:07:58] Speaker B: I know. [00:07:59] Speaker A: Let's do it. [00:08:01] Speaker D: Just play that for the rest of the time. [00:08:04] Speaker B: The other thing is, I noticed that I feel like especially Adam, or only Adam in his recaps, you always find ways to sing the name ruffina, like, spread out. It's always like roughena. Like, there's some way that you sing it that's so distinctive. And I'm not complaining at all. It's just that I can tell it's an atom recap. When I hear where she knows something that way. That's pretty great. [00:08:30] Speaker D: That's so cool. Thinking about other people's poos. That's what I thought I heard. I was laughing so hard. But I feel like nobody else laughed. And I'm like, wait, did I just miss your poo? But I was like, I think it's about the bathroom. That's so remind me of mustard communion wine. [00:08:49] Speaker B: Totally, 100%. That's so great. What was the messing up our invites again? What do you mean? [00:08:54] Speaker D: Eric messed them up because Eric was saying that, like, initially the people, but then, like, only us were invited, but that because Kik is not bathwack. Like, alex wouldn't be invited. He was like, everyone's invited. [00:09:07] Speaker A: What am I doing? Why would I be exclusionary? [00:09:11] Speaker E: And Eric specifically specified that our characters minds have memories of both invitation moments. [00:09:20] Speaker D: We're totally getting slivered. Slivered. [00:09:23] Speaker B: Sliverd. [00:09:24] Speaker A: How did it feel to play the sliver? [00:09:27] Speaker D: I love that. That's true. Was it. Wait. Slither. The slither. The slither. Yeah, I know what you're talking about. Do you guys. Do you know the movie Slither? Do you remember Slither? It's like a crappy horror movie. Did you ever see it, Adam, with, like, Alan Tudyk is in it, or. [00:09:42] Speaker A: Wait, no, no, it's the other way around. [00:09:43] Speaker D: It's the other. Nathan Fillion's in it. He plays a cop, and there's, like. It's kind of. It reminded me of night of the creeps. It was kind of almost like a ripoff of Night of the creeps, but. And they did an interview later. You know, how Alan Tudyk, and nobody cares. It was a cute interview where Alan Tudyk interviewed Nathan Fillion was giving him a hard time about being in the slither, and he was like, how did it feel to play the slither? Which is not a character. So we say that to each other all the time. We're like, how do we. How did you feel about playing the slither? [00:10:17] Speaker A: Great. Yep. That song, probably from running and cooking. [00:10:24] Speaker B: Cold, but now I'm hot. [00:10:27] Speaker A: So when last we left our intrepid adventurers, it was time to head to the feast. So you all traipse out of the lounge, you and all your NPC's new friends, except for Rufina. [00:10:46] Speaker E: Rufina flounces? [00:10:47] Speaker D: Yeah. Uh huh. [00:10:49] Speaker B: I guess she has to. That's the. That's the president she set. [00:10:53] Speaker D: Captipants is looking for the flounce. [00:10:59] Speaker A: All right, and let me reveal some fog of war. [00:11:03] Speaker D: What? [00:11:04] Speaker A: So you head back towards the prow of the ship, and there's a set of stairs that you are led down. So you're going down to the floor below and through a short hallway and through a set of open, sort of ornate double doors into the dining room of the SS abalone. Can everybody see it? [00:11:36] Speaker D: I think I'm trying to look, but. Am I. Oh, is there another part? Can I move? [00:11:40] Speaker A: Just go down? [00:11:41] Speaker E: Yes. Scroll over and down. [00:11:43] Speaker D: Okay, thank you. Oh, cool. All right, one thing I didn't include. [00:11:50] Speaker E: In the recap is that kick. I don't think he got any yet. Right. Kick ordered gullies and green. [00:11:57] Speaker D: Oh, yeah. It's like a drink or something. [00:12:00] Speaker B: Yeah, the. [00:12:01] Speaker E: Yeah, just flagging that, making sure that Eric resolves it. [00:12:09] Speaker D: I've got that top of planet it all week. [00:12:14] Speaker A: All right, so you come in to the room and you see that there are places set for all of you. They're all assigned. There's little name tags on each of your seats. So we've got, at the table here at the end of the room is. [00:12:35] Speaker D: Rufina's sign right on the captain's crotch. Stay right here. I'm so sorry, Abby. Oh, my God. [00:12:47] Speaker B: I'm looking at the map and looking for his crotch. [00:12:50] Speaker D: I don't see it. [00:12:52] Speaker A: I don't actually have it. [00:12:52] Speaker D: He's gonna pop up, and there will be a very inappropriately placed sign. Could be on his face. Guys. [00:13:04] Speaker B: Discord wants to show me a tour. Not discord. Rule 20, roll 20 wants to show me a tour. I know. I told to go away. I know. Okay, so here we are. [00:13:18] Speaker A: The captain. I didn't actually have an idea. Okay, there he is. All right, so he's back here at the head, sort of the center of this table over here, there's a spot for Valencio to his right. There's a spot for Rafina to his left. Kex way over here, we got Roscoe here, shimi here, mo here. There's even a spot for the other captain on board. [00:13:52] Speaker D: Wow. The other captain sitting so far apart from each other, there's, like, nobody else here. [00:13:59] Speaker A: I don't. I realize I don't have icons for these guys either. So let's see, we've got sue. Come on, give me a good token for sue. [00:14:10] Speaker C: So she, me, and Roscoe are at a table together. Mo and clock face are at a table together. [00:14:16] Speaker B: Oh, no. And you're all by yourself. [00:14:20] Speaker D: I know. [00:14:20] Speaker C: Kick is over by the door. [00:14:22] Speaker D: Yeah, you, like, have the worst seat. You definitely are the fisherman here. I'm so sorry. [00:14:27] Speaker C: Almost as far away from the captain as I could get. [00:14:29] Speaker B: Yeah, they're worried you smell like fish. Yeah, probably. You keep fish in your pocket? [00:14:40] Speaker D: That's amazing. [00:14:41] Speaker B: Oh. [00:14:42] Speaker A: Seated next to Batwack is this person you haven't seen before. [00:14:46] Speaker D: Oh, my gosh. [00:14:46] Speaker A: This hulking half orc. No, he doesn't have a spear, but the picture has a spear. [00:14:52] Speaker D: Amazing. [00:14:54] Speaker A: Sean. Sean Indigo is there as well. [00:14:58] Speaker D: Sean Indigo. Okay. [00:15:03] Speaker A: This isn't gonna be a great picture. [00:15:05] Speaker D: It's okay. No, this helps. It helps. Thank you. Like, this is great because I have such. You know, like, so many of my questions come from me being like, wait, where? Who? [00:15:14] Speaker A: My new subscription roll 20 is helping me, though. Gives me access to a lot of stuff. Cool. [00:15:19] Speaker B: Really? [00:15:20] Speaker D: Oh, cool. [00:15:20] Speaker A: Yay. [00:15:21] Speaker D: That was a birthday present. Aw. [00:15:23] Speaker B: I could tell it was in use because I wasn't getting any ads when I logged on. [00:15:27] Speaker D: Oh, neat. [00:15:28] Speaker B: High five. Present for us. Pretending it's for Eric, but it's actually for us. [00:15:34] Speaker D: That's amazing. Okay, whatever. [00:15:37] Speaker A: I'll just do this one for now. [00:15:38] Speaker B: Is that sue? [00:15:40] Speaker C: Oh, I thought sue had a. I thought that was a pacifier for a minute. [00:15:43] Speaker A: Sue's in red. This is sue. [00:15:46] Speaker B: Oh, oh, oh, I missed that. [00:15:47] Speaker D: Okay, so, yeah, at the end, tell me, who is sitting with who if I don't know the actual thing. So it's will, Captain and Rafina, and then Shimi and Roscoe, clockface and mo, Batweck, kick and or half orc. [00:16:08] Speaker A: So, yeah, this person that is new to you, he's a hulking half orc of a half orc. He is dressed in plain, nondescript, sort of, like, linen clothes. He's not dressed as a warrior or anything like that. There's nothing really specifically identifying any kind of career choice he might have made in his life. [00:16:36] Speaker D: Okay. I love that. Yeah. In this world. Totally is like, oh, you're carrying scrolls. What's your. [00:16:42] Speaker A: You're a scroll man. [00:16:44] Speaker B: You got a loot. [00:16:45] Speaker D: Oh, you're a loot man. You're all men. [00:16:50] Speaker A: I know. So, yes, the captain, not Captain Clockface, Captain Malvolio Paisley, actual captain, welcomes you all in. He holds a grim countenance, and he says, please welcome to your mourners feast. Those of you who knew King Bathwak, those of you who had only heard tell of his great deeds, you were all invited here today. For this. We will break bread together in honor of the passing of such a. Such a notable individual. Before. Before we begin or. Or take our seats and shimi jumps up, I would like to. I've prepared a few words in honor of our newly gone, but certainly not forgotten King Rafina interjects. [00:17:59] Speaker B: Zorn. [00:18:01] Speaker E: Roscoe says to shimmy, I hope these voids go over better than notable. [00:18:06] Speaker D: Notable. Ghost said it. It was a ghost. Adam. [00:18:11] Speaker A: Notable. I don't even know what you're talking about. I'm not kidding. [00:18:16] Speaker D: I know it was because you were thinking it was in the, it was. [00:18:20] Speaker E: Just something in your delivery of notable that. [00:18:24] Speaker A: Who said notable? And when you just put foot, the. [00:18:28] Speaker C: Passing of a foot. [00:18:29] Speaker A: Notable king oh, I just said you. [00:18:32] Speaker D: Were like such a notable individual. [00:18:36] Speaker B: It was like, there's no better word than this generic term. [00:18:41] Speaker E: It sounded like, it sounded like the captain. This is totally impromptu, and he's just like, yes, pathway. Notable person. [00:18:50] Speaker A: What a distinction. [00:18:52] Speaker C: You've all heard of him, right? [00:18:54] Speaker D: I don't really need to say much. [00:18:58] Speaker A: He was once a living being. Now he is not living. And he pulls out a piece of paper, clears his throat. The half orc king, his dirge. We sing our hands. We wring fresh tears. We sling a death knell. We ring to our memories. We cling the bones we bring. And he bows his head. [00:19:37] Speaker B: But I'm bing. [00:19:42] Speaker D: Will, like, tries to look like he's crying. Like he maybe has to change his disguise just to make it look like he's crying because underneath he's running mascara. [00:19:54] Speaker E: Roscoe claps for the poem, but then we'll slow down if nobody else. [00:19:59] Speaker A: Femi will clap with you. [00:20:01] Speaker B: Rafina notices that and does the snap clap for a poem. You know, not trying to make you feel like you're inappropriately clapping, but just, you know, adding depth to the applause. [00:20:16] Speaker C: Cake is just looking around, and he. [00:20:18] Speaker A: Still has his head bowed. [00:20:20] Speaker D: Um. [00:20:25] Speaker E: Uh, where's the food? [00:20:28] Speaker C: Um, kicks looking at the door to see if the food is coming in. [00:20:33] Speaker D: Will, like, collapses into his chair like he can't even bear to stand anymore. But it's because he wants to end the weird, like, long silence. Turns away. [00:20:43] Speaker B: Tina leans over to the captain and says, thanks, and then sits down with a curtsy. [00:20:52] Speaker A: Yes. So, yes. He claps his hands briskly twice. And there's another door, kind of right next to the door you guys came in. And it swings open. If you peek in, it looks like it leads to a kitchen. And a few people come out bearing the first course. Let's see here. Find my notes. So there is a young male dwarf and an older female half orc that come out of the kitchen, and they're bearing a dish for each of you. There's a small sort of plate. The female, she says, we have the hors d'oeuvres for the afternoon. Morning, it's about noon. The mourner's lunch, as we're calling it. You'll find the center of the dish is taken up by a bat rib marinated and accompanied with sliced hard boiled eggs. [00:21:58] Speaker B: Is the bat in honor of bat thwack. [00:22:02] Speaker A: I'm glad you picked up on that. Yes. I mean, yes. But she does look pleased with herself. What the. And they. They pass them all out. You each get a plate. In the middle of it is a single. Looks like a bat rib. [00:22:17] Speaker D: It's like the tiniest rib we've ever seen. [00:22:19] Speaker B: Or is it like a very small hors d'oeuvres? [00:22:22] Speaker A: Yeah, it's very small. [00:22:24] Speaker D: There's some larger bats, you know, like the big fruit bats and stuff. But is it, like the size of one of those teensy, like, a mouse sized rib? Do you eat the whole rib? Do you just crunch it? [00:22:36] Speaker A: Are you asking? [00:22:37] Speaker D: No, I act like I know what I'm doing. I know exactly what I'm doing. [00:22:40] Speaker A: So they place the dishes in front of each of you, and they not scurry, but they head purposefully back towards the kitchen. And Captain Malvolio Paisley says, let us eat. [00:22:56] Speaker D: So I also have a question. I'm sorry, is this dish. This is weird, right? Or is this just Eric not knowing that, like, you know, how you say you can't describe clothes or something like that? I was just wondering. Hard boiled eggs and a bat wing. [00:23:12] Speaker A: Bat rib. [00:23:13] Speaker D: Sorry. A bat rib. And sliced hard boiled eggs. Like thin slices or, like, right in half. And there's just an egg sitting there. [00:23:21] Speaker A: Thin slices ringed around the rib. [00:23:24] Speaker C: If you weren't mourning at the beginning of the meal, you'd be mourning by the end of it. [00:23:31] Speaker D: Are there any sauces or spices around. [00:23:34] Speaker A: The bat rib is, like, soaked in, like a. [00:23:37] Speaker D: It's like barbecue bat rib. [00:23:39] Speaker A: Exactly. [00:23:39] Speaker D: You know, traditional texan barbecue bat rib. [00:23:42] Speaker A: There is salt and pepper on the dishes. [00:23:45] Speaker D: Yeah. [00:23:46] Speaker A: Or there's salt and pepper on the tables. [00:23:49] Speaker B: And what is the utensil that appears to be necessary based on its order? On the. On the next to the plate, the shri. [00:23:56] Speaker C: What is it? [00:23:57] Speaker B: The snail. The snail. [00:23:59] Speaker A: There's a lot of cutlery on your tables. Yeah. [00:24:02] Speaker B: We go from out to in. Right. [00:24:04] Speaker C: Scallop hammer or something. [00:24:06] Speaker A: Yes, exactly. There is a very tiny bat rib. [00:24:09] Speaker B: Tongs. [00:24:10] Speaker A: There's a tiny two pronged fork on the very outside of the left. On the left of the plate. [00:24:17] Speaker D: Can I go to know? Yeah. Can I roll to know whether I actually know which ones are supposed to be used or, like, how you would know, Will? Well, I'm okay. I would love to know. [00:24:25] Speaker A: Do I know how you know proper etiquette? [00:24:27] Speaker D: Yeah. What do I do? [00:24:28] Speaker A: You're like the Emily post of six rivers. [00:24:30] Speaker D: Awesome. I didn't know if there would be different traditions in different places, but hopefully, I've studied up on various locations rather. [00:24:37] Speaker C: Than learn how to use new tools. I'm just gonna eat the eggs with my fingers. [00:24:45] Speaker B: Makes sense for the fisherman who's been ostracized already by his seating placement. [00:24:51] Speaker D: He's almost in the bathroom. [00:24:56] Speaker A: So he's seated way back in our. [00:25:00] Speaker B: Hallway in that one washroom. [00:25:03] Speaker A: On a toilet adjacent wall. [00:25:07] Speaker D: Can knock. [00:25:09] Speaker A: So the. The captain picks up his little fork and spears the. The rib delicately with it in case anybody's watching. And he picks the whole thing up, and he does, indeed, pop the entire thing into his mouth. [00:25:23] Speaker D: Okay. [00:25:23] Speaker A: And he turns to Valencio, and he says, how are you holding up. [00:25:32] Speaker D: This rib might help me, but I'm not sure I understand. [00:25:39] Speaker A: It's the first of seven courses. [00:25:41] Speaker D: Oh, okay. Well, I just. I don't feel like I can face anything right now. You know what I'm saying? Like, I feel like I haven't eaten in a while, and this has just happened. It just happened. How am I supposed to sit here and just eat? [00:25:53] Speaker A: Like. And I pushed the plate away, like, I'm sorry. I. [00:25:57] Speaker D: Everything is. No, you haven't offended me. I'm just. [00:25:59] Speaker A: Oh, good. [00:26:01] Speaker D: I'm just overcome. I've just. [00:26:02] Speaker A: He pats your shoulder. [00:26:06] Speaker D: He doesn't react as much as he can. I know. I physically just did, but he tries not to. [00:26:10] Speaker A: Nice. Do I need you to roll a constitution saving throw to not flinch away at person's touch? [00:26:17] Speaker D: He's trying so hard to be in character, so. [00:26:20] Speaker A: Got it. [00:26:21] Speaker B: Rufina leans over to Valencio, sort of in front of the captain, and says, there, there, Valencio. And she grabs his plate and says, who wants his bat Reb? [00:26:35] Speaker E: If he's not gonna eat that, I'll take it. [00:26:37] Speaker B: Here you go, Roscoe. And she looks like she's gonna frisbee it, but she doesn't. She's, like, just kidding. And she's not being too flippant. It is a morning too flippant. She's just being a little, tiny bit, you know, Ruffina. And so she gets up, and she trots over to their plate and puts it down to their table, rather. [00:26:58] Speaker E: Thank you. [00:26:59] Speaker B: Enjoy. [00:27:01] Speaker E: Roscoe pops both of them, both his. And Valencia's into his mouth at the same time. [00:27:09] Speaker A: It's got, like. Yeah, it's like a tangy, very barbecue, saucy flavor. There's a slight crunch when you hit the ribs within, but it's small enough that it's more texture than anything else. You're not worried about, like, puncturing your esophagus or anything like that as you swallow. How is it? How is it, Roscoe Sheme says kind of quietly to you, is it. Is it, like, okay, I've never eaten anything like this before. [00:27:40] Speaker E: Yeah, it's tasty. I think you'll like it. Shimi, dig in. [00:27:44] Speaker A: All right. All right. And he just reaches down with his finger, picks it up, holds it up, takes a bite of, like, half of it. It's all right. That's not bad. Eats the rest. [00:28:03] Speaker D: The cops. The cops are that. [00:28:07] Speaker B: Yes. [00:28:08] Speaker A: Okay. [00:28:09] Speaker B: Maybe it was the air raid fire somewhere. [00:28:12] Speaker D: That's the firehouse. That's, you know, right over there. [00:28:14] Speaker E: Yeah, of course. [00:28:15] Speaker B: Yeah. [00:28:15] Speaker D: It only there must be some emergency of some kind because it doesn't ever ring this late. [00:28:20] Speaker A: No, it rings automatically at noon. That's it. Otherwise, it always means something. And, Rufina, how are you dealing with everything? [00:28:33] Speaker B: Well, it's not ideal, but it's as good as can be expected. And I appreciate this mourner's feast, captain. [00:28:46] Speaker A: Is it up to your standards so far? [00:28:48] Speaker B: Oh, goodness, yes. And she has made a little sandwich of two sliced hard boiled eggs, and then the bat wing in the bat rib rather in between. So she's nibbling at that demurely. [00:29:01] Speaker D: Aw, will. Just like, if the camera angle was, like, looking at Rafina's profile as she started to bite into this egg. [00:29:09] Speaker A: Does he lean out? [00:29:10] Speaker D: He's leaning out because also, she's so calm and so not Rafina right now. As good as can be expected. Like, she's just saying these very calm, and he's just, like, so impressed. Like, his face is like, what? Yeah, good job. [00:29:26] Speaker B: She winks at Valencia. [00:29:30] Speaker A: Keck, kick. Kick. Not keck. Keck is different guy. [00:29:34] Speaker B: Kack, kick. [00:29:36] Speaker A: Your table mate has just started to dig into his food, and he turns as he's, like, leaning over his plate, popping some hard boiled egg slices into his maw. Um, and he kind of looks you up and down and says, kind of. Kind of a bummer, isn't it? [00:29:57] Speaker C: What? What's a bummer? [00:29:59] Speaker A: This whole thing. Gesturing around the room. [00:30:04] Speaker C: This. What's. Why. Why do you think it's a bummer? [00:30:10] Speaker A: I mean, just like, come on, what's your. [00:30:13] Speaker C: Am I. Is my voice messed up? [00:30:15] Speaker D: No, it's great. No, it sounds like your new voice. [00:30:17] Speaker C: Abby did something. Something made a face. [00:30:20] Speaker B: I did know. I was just trying to put my teeth in. [00:30:26] Speaker A: Listeners will be happy to know Abby finally has dentures. [00:30:29] Speaker D: She has wooden teeth. [00:30:30] Speaker B: Yes, yes. It's been a long time coming. All right. [00:30:33] Speaker C: It's really just a second layer of teeth, like a shark. [00:30:37] Speaker A: Oh, they're layers. [00:30:38] Speaker B: We'll have to do an episode where Rafina goes to the dentist. [00:30:41] Speaker D: It'll be, oh, my God, what's gonna come out of her mouth? She probably has, like, contraptions in there and things. I just feel like just the whimsical things are gonna pop out. [00:30:51] Speaker A: It's another terrarium. [00:30:52] Speaker D: Another terrarium? A tooth? [00:30:55] Speaker A: No, her mouth is a terrarium, is what I'm saying. [00:30:59] Speaker D: Her cavity is just like a bag of holdings. It's like a pocket dimension or something. Like, she can keep another true cavity in her tooth. [00:31:07] Speaker A: Nice. [00:31:07] Speaker D: Oh, my God. Rafina's amazing. [00:31:09] Speaker B: We're holding on to that idea for sure. All right, kick, take us home. [00:31:16] Speaker A: No, it's this guy's turn. [00:31:19] Speaker B: Oh, sorry. [00:31:21] Speaker A: I mean. And he lets out a big sigh. That wasn't me. That was him. But it was both of us. [00:31:28] Speaker D: You need to breathe, too. [00:31:30] Speaker A: Kind of, yeah. I mean, life is. Life is sad enough as it is, isn't it? Without having to focus on meals for morning. [00:31:46] Speaker C: I mean, are you mourning? I mean, I'm just eating. [00:31:56] Speaker A: Are you eating? [00:31:58] Speaker C: Yeah, I just had the eggs with my fingers. [00:32:00] Speaker A: Okay. [00:32:06] Speaker C: I slide the bat rib down the table to the guy. [00:32:14] Speaker A: Okay. [00:32:15] Speaker C: I'm not going to eat this. [00:32:17] Speaker A: Oh, thanks. Why? [00:32:20] Speaker C: I don't know. [00:32:22] Speaker A: All right. [00:32:25] Speaker B: Passive aggressive mud. [00:32:27] Speaker D: Could this guy stay with us for the rest of the campaign? I love bad rock, but I also love him already. Okay. [00:32:33] Speaker A: Oh, no, I mean, I know what you mean. I don't know. I, um. I feel. I mean, I know there's. Here, say there's seven courses. I mean, um. It's hard when, you know, when you're going through loss. Like, to keep up, you know, every day, things like feeding yourself and cleaning yourself and. But I'll eat that one. Sure. We'll see how I go by the end of the whole rigmarole. Pops it in itself. [00:33:07] Speaker C: Did you lose something? I mean, great to be at my own mortars. [00:33:23] Speaker D: Oh, my God. [00:33:23] Speaker A: Everybody dreams of that, don't they? [00:33:25] Speaker D: Yeah, right? Like, isn't that. Some comedian talked about that, right? [00:33:30] Speaker A: I mean, I don't think it's ideal that half of you, the people there, know you're still alive and in the room. Um, I mean, I don't know if I can't talk about it. Maybe. Maybe after a little more food. See, I don't know what's wrong. I do know what's wrong, but. Ugh. Heartbreak, maybe. [00:33:57] Speaker C: I mean, there's so many courses. Maybe we'll be full in the middle, and then we can just go get a drink or something. [00:34:08] Speaker A: Okay. Okay. [00:34:10] Speaker C: I mean, I don't know. [00:34:14] Speaker A: Sure. Yeah, I I wouldn't say no to a drink. Anything to. Just a little. Little dose of numbing, you know? Yeah, it sounds good. [00:34:23] Speaker C: I I think they have gullies and green here. [00:34:27] Speaker A: Oh. Never had it. [00:34:29] Speaker C: Oh, me neither. [00:34:33] Speaker B: Oh, me neither. [00:34:34] Speaker A: All right. [00:34:35] Speaker C: I just. I heard about it. I want to try it because we're going there. [00:34:41] Speaker A: Let's. Yeah, let's do it. Why do we have to go anywhere? They'll give us that here, right? I mean, paid enough for this ticket, you know? Hmm. [00:34:49] Speaker C: Oh, yeah. Well, maybe we could also go out somewhere else and drink it later, too. [00:34:54] Speaker A: Okay, sure. If we like it or even if we don't. [00:34:59] Speaker C: I'm not worried about that. [00:35:04] Speaker A: So, Shimi has finished his rib, and he's picking away at his eggs. He's eating the whites, but he's leaving the yolks. [00:35:12] Speaker D: He's a kid. [00:35:17] Speaker A: And he turns to Roscoe and he says, have you. Have you ever been to, like, a. Is this, like, a thing, like a mourner's feast? Like, is it something I should know? I mean, I. You know, you've been doing a good job of teaching us the sort of. The ways of being, you know, in. In society, so I figured maybe you could, you know, give me a couple tips. [00:35:42] Speaker E: Well, you know, back in the circus, we had pretty specific traditions around death and mourning. Never anything quite as fancy as this. Though, frankly, this is kind of new to me. But I don't know, maybe it's like a nautical thing. [00:36:02] Speaker A: I mean, it could be. I mean, I grew up on a river, not on a bay or. Or an ocean, so maybe that's different. [00:36:10] Speaker E: Yeah, maybe. But, hey, shamey. [00:36:12] Speaker A: Yeah? [00:36:13] Speaker E: Here's one more lesson. Well, not one. It's not the last lesson. There'll probably be other lessons in normalcy, but here's. Here's. [00:36:22] Speaker A: You're not ready to let this bit go. [00:36:26] Speaker D: Well, I just. [00:36:27] Speaker E: I just want to have options. A part of being normal is when you're in a new, unfamiliar situation. Just pretend that everything's fine. I call it fake it till you bake it. [00:36:54] Speaker A: All right. Cuz it's like a feast. [00:36:57] Speaker E: Yeah. [00:36:59] Speaker A: So, like. Oh, did you have to, like, cook for a feast. A mourner's feast. No, wait. You said this was new, but is it? Will you unlock the other side of the kitchen door? And that's where you came up with that saying? Or is it. Is there some deeper meaning you're about to impart to me that has nothing to do with cooking. [00:37:18] Speaker E: Uh, I I'm. It's. It's about drugs. [00:37:22] Speaker A: Oh, right. I'm listening. I'm listening. [00:37:26] Speaker E: So when you're in a new and. [00:37:27] Speaker A: Familiar situation, you get baked after you fake it? [00:37:34] Speaker E: Well, yeah. First you have to fake it. [00:37:36] Speaker A: Uh huh. And then once again, like, it's like, oh, what a relief. I'm gonna do some drugs. [00:37:43] Speaker E: Yeah. [00:37:43] Speaker A: Get some numbing, you know, to, like, forget about all that stressful faking you did. [00:37:51] Speaker E: Yeah. [00:37:52] Speaker A: Okay. [00:37:53] Speaker D: All right. [00:37:54] Speaker E: Well, it's all about pretending. Like. Like, hey, watch this. Excuse me. And Roscoe taps, like, his little two prong fork against the glass and stands up. I believe it is traditional in these morning feasts at sea, at least where I come from. And he winks at sheemy. [00:38:16] Speaker D: Nice. [00:38:17] Speaker E: Between every course of the meal for one attendee of the face to share a memory of the departed. And I'm not talking about the play the departed either. It's not nearly as good as mystic rhythm. I liked the ending with the rat. I didn't think it was too on the nose, but anyway, I digress. I'd like to begin. I'd like to share a memory of Bathwac. One of my favorite memories is when we were invading a home in Beethovel together. [00:39:08] Speaker D: Oh, my God. [00:39:11] Speaker E: It was a seemingly innocent old couple. [00:39:15] Speaker D: And. [00:39:18] Speaker E: We were having some antics. They were antics, I would say. Right? Right, mo? No, you weren't there. Sorry. [00:39:28] Speaker A: It's okay. It makes this story even more interesting for me. [00:39:34] Speaker E: Oh, I bet. I bet. Okay. But they were antics, and I guess it was. It was the first really, truly fun moment that I had with Bathwack was when he joined in on a bit that I was doing, because, uh, there was some business about, you know, interrogating this old couple, I think. But I was, like, pretending to be really focused on. On the mustard in. In the kitchen. And now they had cold mustard, and there was just a moment where. Where Bathwack joined in and then said something like, I could get all the cold mustard out of the house. And I just appreciated that. Bathwack was a guy who, you know, kind of quiet a lot of the time, but when moments of. Of opportunity came, he would, uh, he would go with the flow and explore whatever connection or direction the universe presented to him in the moment. And he did that up until the moment that he died. For real. Like it was real death. Okay. [00:41:09] Speaker C: Keck sneezes and accidentally knocks his plate onto the ground. [00:41:16] Speaker E: We gotta clean that up here. Nautical servant or something. [00:41:22] Speaker D: Oh, my God. [00:41:23] Speaker E: Anyway, thank you. And Roscoe will. We'll sit down and she be claps. [00:41:30] Speaker C: Oh, so. So does kick. He looks around and feels obliged to. [00:41:36] Speaker A: Clap, even a little bit. Well, that was. Yeah. All right, mo claps. I guess if she me claps. [00:41:44] Speaker B: Oh, Rafini. Rafina snaps with one finger because she's doing something with her other hand. [00:41:51] Speaker E: Doing what? [00:41:51] Speaker A: Stacking egg slices? [00:41:53] Speaker B: Yeah, pretty much. [00:41:54] Speaker D: She's trying to. [00:41:55] Speaker B: She's messing with her food. [00:41:56] Speaker C: She's putting in her layers of shark teeth. [00:42:00] Speaker A: She's making, like, a volcano, like they do at Hibachi. [00:42:05] Speaker D: That's amazing. [00:42:07] Speaker A: Well, that was. That was. That was wonderful. Says the captain. I think we should honor that tradition you have. I find it. I find it very suitable for the. The occasion. [00:42:20] Speaker E: X is pretty normal. [00:42:25] Speaker A: I mean, there's nothing normal about what we're here to honor. [00:42:31] Speaker D: Death. [00:42:32] Speaker A: The death of King Bathwack. Say that out loud. [00:42:38] Speaker B: It's not normal. [00:42:43] Speaker A: Well, with that, I think if everybody's ready, we can move on to the next course. And he claps again. [00:42:53] Speaker B: And Rafina. [00:42:55] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:42:55] Speaker B: Right after he does that, claps twice, too. Getting into the spirit of it. [00:43:00] Speaker E: Wait, that sends them back in the clapper. [00:43:07] Speaker D: Clap off. [00:43:10] Speaker B: They come in through the door, and then they back. [00:43:15] Speaker D: They already accept. [00:43:16] Speaker A: Or they all start dancing around in a fountain. [00:43:20] Speaker D: Oh, yeah. Good job. [00:43:24] Speaker A: So they come and quickly collect your plates, they pick yours up off the floor. Kick. And then they come back out and they're all carrying bowls. [00:43:37] Speaker D: Bowls. [00:43:39] Speaker A: And they announce for the soup, we have cream of mushroom. [00:43:47] Speaker D: That's absolutely for Adam. [00:43:50] Speaker A: And they place a bowl before each of you and leave. [00:43:57] Speaker D: Oh, my God. It's food. I can eat, though. I eat it. [00:44:02] Speaker A: Can't eat eggs. [00:44:04] Speaker D: No, but my eggs were taken away, and I'm fine with that. It was weird to will like eggs and a rib. It was weird. But this is, like, normal soup. Does it look like normal soup? Does it look like come of mushroom soup? Which is what it obviously. [00:44:21] Speaker E: All right, so, yeah, it's bat cum. It's all bat themed. [00:44:29] Speaker A: I can't live a lie. I did not intend for this. [00:44:34] Speaker D: Are you serious? [00:44:35] Speaker A: It'd be a cumma box, 100%. [00:44:37] Speaker B: Oh, my gosh. [00:44:38] Speaker A: That's how unique that joke is, every. [00:44:41] Speaker D: Time I hear that soup name now, though, I absolutely think of cuma mushroom soup. Oh, my God. [00:44:49] Speaker A: So, yeah, mo immediately picks up his bowl and just starts drinking out of it. Captain Clockface has just been waiting patiently. [00:44:59] Speaker D: Oh, yeah. Did I put food in front of him or no? Yeah. Interesting. [00:45:03] Speaker B: Is mo eating his food for him? [00:45:07] Speaker A: Yeah, he probably would, actually. That's a good point. Yeah, he's just been. [00:45:10] Speaker D: Ah, that's cute. [00:45:11] Speaker A: Sending it down the line. [00:45:13] Speaker E: That's great. [00:45:14] Speaker A: So, yeah, the. The captain is. He's got excellent table manners. He's. He knows. Exactly. He's not slurping a soup or anything like that. He dips the spoon in away from him and pulls it back. [00:45:26] Speaker D: I try to do all those things too. Like, Will. Like, if anyone was watching, it'd be, like, obnoxious about how. Yeah, it would be. He would look obnoxious about it. [00:45:35] Speaker A: Got it. Okay. [00:45:37] Speaker C: Like, well, an impulse to pick the bowl up and just guzzle it when I realized that I have an extra long snout. And so instead, I pick up the spoon with my left hand, and I'm trying to eat of the left hand side of my mouth away from everybody. Dude. To the right of me. Can't see that. I'm clearly navigating a proboscis. [00:46:02] Speaker E: Clearly navigating a proboscis. [00:46:04] Speaker D: That's amazing. [00:46:05] Speaker A: Pseudo proboscis, right? Yep. And as you guys are drinking. Sean. Drinking as your. I guess she eats well, it's because. [00:46:20] Speaker D: We were talking about, like, drinking and everything. That's why you're thinking that. [00:46:23] Speaker A: Especially, like, something like cream of mushroom soup. Like, you're. [00:46:29] Speaker D: Sorry. Eric's looking at me just like, that's it. [00:46:35] Speaker A: I signed myself up for this. [00:46:36] Speaker E: It could have been any other soup. [00:46:38] Speaker B: It really could have been. [00:46:39] Speaker A: It could have even been cream of celery. [00:46:42] Speaker C: It could have been a clear soup. [00:46:44] Speaker A: Clear soup. [00:46:47] Speaker B: Or bouillon? [00:46:48] Speaker D: Like who? Like, honestly, I don't know if Eric has ever eaten cream of mushroom soup while I've been with him and eat it by themselves. [00:46:57] Speaker B: You gotta put it in a casserole. [00:46:59] Speaker D: But I wonder, does anyone just eat cream of mushroom soup? Is that what. [00:47:03] Speaker B: They made it fresh? They would, right? [00:47:05] Speaker D: Okay. [00:47:05] Speaker B: But, like, the stuff in a can. [00:47:07] Speaker D: Yeah, it's just gel. [00:47:09] Speaker A: I'm sure people do. [00:47:11] Speaker B: Yeah, you're probably right. [00:47:12] Speaker D: Right. I'm sorry? [00:47:13] Speaker B: Our audience, who's probably chock full of cream of mushroom soup eaters. [00:47:17] Speaker D: If one of them likes cream of mushroom soup, I want to hear about it. [00:47:22] Speaker B: I once made cream of celery soup from scratch. And it was delicious. It was delicious. [00:47:27] Speaker E: I feel like I've. I feel like that's something that I've maybe done eating, like, cream of mushroom soup. [00:47:36] Speaker A: Was it for your onlyfans? [00:47:37] Speaker D: So just, like, from a restaurant or from a can? Like, have you eaten, like, the canned? I just almost said it to me. It's impossible me to take that. [00:47:48] Speaker C: I don't know why it's so weird that I don't think it's weird. [00:47:51] Speaker D: Like, I think it. [00:47:52] Speaker E: I think it seems to me like it would. It would be kind of, like, a simpler. [00:47:57] Speaker D: Yeah. [00:47:57] Speaker E: Like, watered down variation of, like. Like, chowder. Like a chowder. [00:48:04] Speaker A: Right? [00:48:04] Speaker D: Like, I love clam chowder. [00:48:06] Speaker E: Yeah. [00:48:08] Speaker D: Clams are basically, because the only thing I ever think of with cream of mushroom soup is, like, when you put it in that Thanksgiving green beans with the. [00:48:15] Speaker A: It's a casserole thing, right? It's used in so many casseroles. [00:48:19] Speaker D: So, like, I've. [00:48:20] Speaker B: But I cover with potato chips and cheese. [00:48:23] Speaker D: Yeah, yeah. Potato chips not come with mushroom soup, though. [00:48:29] Speaker B: I hope the next course is potato chips and cheese. [00:48:33] Speaker D: Then this is a cruise to be on. Maybe Eric's like, no way. It's a lemur penis. [00:48:41] Speaker A: That's the lemur penis. That's such a lemur weiner. [00:48:44] Speaker D: A lemur lemur weiner. [00:48:46] Speaker A: Me norp. Me norp. [00:48:47] Speaker D: Me nor. [00:48:48] Speaker E: Me norp. [00:48:52] Speaker A: Sean Indigo is drinking, eating his soup. He looks around the room, and he clears his throat, says, maybe this would be a good time before the next memory is shared of the departed king. That's not his voice at all. [00:49:09] Speaker D: Oh, yeah. It was like, a shimmy voice, kind of. [00:49:11] Speaker A: It was my bad attempt at a different voice. [00:49:14] Speaker D: Don't worry about it, babe. [00:49:15] Speaker A: I'm not worried about it. [00:49:16] Speaker D: A voice actor. You don't have to know all the accents. [00:49:19] Speaker A: I know. [00:49:20] Speaker D: You're doing great. I like when I'm trying to be nice. You're, like, so weirded out. You're like, what? Stop being nice. I don't know what's happening right now. [00:49:29] Speaker A: When's the other shoe gonna drop? Exactly. [00:49:31] Speaker D: That's what you got to say. That exact phrase. Amazing. [00:49:37] Speaker A: Well, now that we're here eating this. This meal, and maybe you all would like to hear about some of the pets. So I have up for offer. I know this one here. He reaches over, and he's. He is next to Shimi, though, not at the same table, and kind of pokes at his. His arm, his shoulder. This one here is thinking about maybe picking one up, bringing him home with him. Anybody else want to know what we got on offer here at Sean Indigo's exotic pet emporium? [00:50:11] Speaker E: Roscoe's looking around, seeing if anybody else feels weirded out by the fact that this guy's turning a mourner's feast into a sales pitch. [00:50:23] Speaker B: Ruffina is aghast. [00:50:25] Speaker D: Yeah, aghast. [00:50:29] Speaker B: Rufina is considering her response. [00:50:34] Speaker E: Does she me? Look, because I know Shimi thinks he might be getting a pet. Does Shimi look like he's, like, excited by this or what's. [00:50:44] Speaker A: Well, he's. He's looking around, too, because, again, he's. He's not sure what the situation is. If this is normal part of Warner's piece, the second course comes with some salesmanship you don't know, like. [00:50:55] Speaker B: Right. [00:50:56] Speaker A: Um, so did. [00:50:58] Speaker E: What. What was the. Did Sean present an animal? What? [00:51:02] Speaker A: No. [00:51:02] Speaker E: Yet. [00:51:03] Speaker A: He just said that he is a traitor in exotic pets. [00:51:06] Speaker E: Okay. [00:51:07] Speaker A: That. He's. [00:51:07] Speaker E: Gotcha. [00:51:08] Speaker A: Yeah. [00:51:10] Speaker E: So this is just. It's an awkward moment. You know, Roscoe's not gonna stop him or anything, but he's just kind of like. He waggles his eyebrows and Captain clockface, he doesn't waggle him. No, he just kind of. He raised. It's a half waggle. [00:51:24] Speaker A: Okay. [00:51:25] Speaker E: He just raises it. He wags it, I guess. [00:51:32] Speaker A: Well, the office stands. I mean, if he ever. I mean, whether it's at this dinner or if you want to find me later, I can. I can hook you up. All right. [00:51:43] Speaker B: Grafina is looking daggers at him. I will give a memory. [00:51:53] Speaker E: Oh, nice. Great way to stop it. [00:51:56] Speaker A: That's awesome. [00:51:58] Speaker B: I remember a time when Batwack knocked down a windmill with a tree trunk. And there was also probably a time when he was at a mourner's feast and didn't try to sell anything between the courses. Thank you, everybody. [00:52:16] Speaker F: Bye. [00:52:17] Speaker B: She sits down. [00:52:19] Speaker E: Roscoe is literally, like. His mouth is wide open, and he's looking around like. [00:52:29] Speaker A: He'S picturing what he's going to say in his little. What is it called on reality shows when you have your own separate. [00:52:35] Speaker E: My talking head? [00:52:36] Speaker A: Yeah, your talking head. [00:52:38] Speaker E: Yeah. Um, what. How Sean react? Did Sean sit down with. [00:52:43] Speaker A: Well, he did. He had already sat. [00:52:45] Speaker D: If he was. Okay, I was gonna say, like, I think will. Just to. Just for shits and giggles would be like, actually, King Bathwack loved pets. He had so many pets. I would like to hear about the pets, please. It will make me remember. [00:52:59] Speaker B: We'll talk about that memory later. [00:53:01] Speaker D: And then I message. I send a message to Rafida, if I can without the captain seeing, like, do I think it's plausible to send a brain text? It's not really, you know, because I have to point. [00:53:10] Speaker A: You have to make noise. [00:53:11] Speaker D: Well, it's. It's under my breath. [00:53:14] Speaker A: I know. [00:53:14] Speaker D: Dang. Never mind, then. [00:53:17] Speaker A: I think you could pull it off. You've been doing it for a while. [00:53:21] Speaker D: Well, all I was gonna say was he's not actually dead. This might be funny. That's all he says. [00:53:32] Speaker B: Ruffina glares at Valentio. But just this. [00:53:38] Speaker A: Yeah, Sean. He looks kind of puzzledly at Rufina. [00:53:44] Speaker B: And then who avoids his eye? [00:53:49] Speaker A: And then he says, well, um, is there a particular kind of. Kind of creature you might want to. To have with you there, Valencia? [00:53:58] Speaker D: No, I I wasn't saying I want a pet. I'm saying that he loved pets, and I was wondering about what you have. [00:54:05] Speaker A: Oh, well, I didn't know too much about the past, King. What. What kind of pets did he like or did he have? [00:54:12] Speaker D: He had several iguanas. [00:54:16] Speaker A: Oh, that's not exotic. [00:54:18] Speaker D: That's what? That's not exotic? [00:54:21] Speaker A: No. What, you don't know exotic pets until you've been to Sean Indigo's exotic pet. And some of them are okay. [00:54:30] Speaker D: Well, are they on the ship? [00:54:31] Speaker A: Oh, my. All my. My inventory is here with me. I wouldn't let it out of my. My immediate vicinity. [00:54:40] Speaker D: Are they under drugs or something? [00:54:43] Speaker A: If they're locked up, I don't want them getting away. That's lost business, lost revenue. I gotta get into Gully's end. Okay, but of course, if any of you want to get an early crack at it before I present it to the gully Zen populace at large, we could talk. [00:55:04] Speaker D: Listen, I was just asking you to list the animals so I could sit here and cry about it for a while, but instead, you're just holding that information and none of us know what you're talking about. So either shut up or tell us, because I'm very upset right now. [00:55:18] Speaker A: That's all you want? That's all you had to say? I've got the list right here in the head. First on the head. First on me list. We got a pseudo dragon. Whoa. We got a sturgeon, we got a crawling car. I always get tripped up on this one. A crawling claw. We got a mica nid, we got a will o wisp, and we got a gelatinous cubelet. [00:55:48] Speaker B: Whoa. [00:55:50] Speaker D: Oh. I look at bath whack, I make eye contact with kick cuz he got almost eaten by one. [00:55:58] Speaker C: Hmm. Kick's not looking at you. [00:56:02] Speaker E: Is Roscoe paying attention to how shimi reacts to this list? Is there any of those that shimi got, like, really excited about? [00:56:12] Speaker A: He leans over to you, Roscoe, and says, do you know what any of those are? They don't sound like pets to me. [00:56:21] Speaker E: No, but I'm pretending to. [00:56:24] Speaker A: Right. And then we're gonna get baked later. And the captain says, well, I suppose we can move on to the next course. Memory has been shared. That is your tradition, right, Roscoe? Did we miss any important part? [00:56:49] Speaker E: No. Yeah, that sounds great to me. Let's do the next course. Do your little clapping things. [00:56:53] Speaker A: I will, unless anyone else would like to. Rafina, would you like the first crack at the clap? [00:57:00] Speaker B: Rafina's already ready. [00:57:01] Speaker A: Yes. [00:57:02] Speaker B: She's waiting because she wants to do at the same time as the captain. She wants it simultaneous this time. [00:57:08] Speaker A: Okay, so he's fine. [00:57:11] Speaker B: Go ahead. [00:57:11] Speaker A: Oh, okay. Yeah. [00:57:17] Speaker B: She'S very pleased. [00:57:20] Speaker A: All right. They come out, they take your bowls, and the next course is here. The female half orc announces, for your appetizer, we have half a smoked trout with apple horseradish cream on potato pancakes. [00:57:39] Speaker E: What the. [00:57:40] Speaker B: Did you say smoked trout? Is that what you say? [00:57:42] Speaker A: Yeah, and it's steaming. It's fresh. Freshly smoked potato pancakes are still hot, and they pass them around. The cream is melting on these pancakes. [00:57:58] Speaker D: Oh, my God. Will, like, can't even move for a second. He's so excited. Like, that's so. That's like, fancy stuff. [00:58:04] Speaker C: Pig takes a very long sniff, lifting his crocodile snout up into the air as he breathes in. [00:58:14] Speaker A: Push it away to be able to smell with your real nose. The guy next to kick, he's taking it all in, too. Wow. This is something, isn't it? [00:58:29] Speaker C: Yeah. [00:58:31] Speaker A: I mean, this could almost make a man forget his troubles, couldn't it? [00:58:35] Speaker D: This guy needs to talk to somebody. [00:58:38] Speaker E: Yes. [00:58:39] Speaker B: He's picked the wrong person to stick. [00:58:44] Speaker A: And he takes the appropriate cutlery and slices a bit off the trout, dips it in more of the cream, gets some of the pancakes with it, and pops it in. Closes his eyes, and he opens them, and he turns to you kick. And he says, have you ever been in love? [00:59:05] Speaker D: Oh. [00:59:10] Speaker C: Were you in love with whoever died? [00:59:16] Speaker A: Oh, no, I didn't know this king guy. No. Did you or you? Do you know him? [00:59:25] Speaker C: No. [00:59:26] Speaker A: I guess he was a big deal. Yeah. Can't complain about that, I guess. Hey, there's gonna be a happier feast some other time, I guess. Some of these people did something. I don't know. It's not important. Hmm? [00:59:47] Speaker C: Are you in love with someone here? [00:59:50] Speaker A: No. No, no. He's long gone. [00:59:55] Speaker C: Oh, I'm sorry. [00:59:57] Speaker A: I mean, he's not dead. [00:59:59] Speaker C: Oh. [00:59:59] Speaker A: We broke up. [01:00:01] Speaker C: Oh. [01:00:03] Speaker A: Do you ever break up with anybody? Anybody ever break up with you? [01:00:10] Speaker C: No. [01:00:11] Speaker D: No, of course not. [01:00:19] Speaker A: All right. [01:00:25] Speaker C: I'm gonna see where those drinks are. [01:00:31] Speaker A: All right. Yeah, hook us up, man. [01:00:35] Speaker C: So kick stands up and walks over to the door where the servers are coming out and knocks on them, okay. [01:00:43] Speaker D: And desperately shakes. Give me some alcohol. Now. [01:00:51] Speaker A: Meanwhile, Moe has devoured his. His stuff. Wow. I mean, I kind of think usually you guys are silly or stupid for cooking your food, but this actually good. Like, could other food taste like this when cook. [01:01:14] Speaker D: Who's he sitting with? Captain clock face. Oh, is he saying that for everyone to the room? [01:01:17] Speaker A: Yeah. [01:01:17] Speaker B: Yeah. Captain clock piece. [01:01:19] Speaker A: Everybody hears raw. Raw. [01:01:23] Speaker E: I believe what they're trying to say is, are compliments to the chef. [01:01:30] Speaker A: Yeah, the chef is cool. [01:01:38] Speaker D: So cool. Hey, everyone, if you like what you hear, please consider leaving us a kind review wherever that sort of thing happens. 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