Comic 180 - Loose Ends

26th Dec 2010, 6:00 PM in Wibbly Wobbly, Timey Wimey
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Loose Ends

Aaand the cfay-day-ted was *also* created through an ontological paradox. Hooray. Somebody shoot me in the head already.

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Author Notes:

00Davo
My apologies for not updating at all last week. As I discovered, it is rather difficult to update a webcomic with no Internet connection.

@ThinkOverIt: You are correct in all but one respect: it is not a laser pointer, but a remote control. ^_^

@Random832: That would be a Preemptive Apology.

Comments:

27th Dec 2010, 3:44 AM
She casts Obliviate. With a LASER POINTER. In a completely different genre. And it makes whats-his-name glow. And she didn't get the evil scientist.
@_@

27th Dec 2010, 9:10 AM
snowyowl
I wouldn't worry about the evil scientist. The schematics she sent him have a subtle memetic overlay which will make anyone who reads them forget where they cam from.

27th Dec 2010, 4:55 PM
welcome back to the internet - 8 whole days offline - scary stuff!

27th Dec 2010, 11:13 PM
NOT THE POINT!

15th May 2011, 4:20 PM
What exactly is the trope that has "sorry for what?" "sorry for this." ? I don't know that one offhand.

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Transcript:

Joel: He does have a point; I am technically cheating.
Trope-tan: Okay, fine. Doctor Forrester, you've heard the term "holodeck" before, deshou?

Doctor Forrester: Are you suggesting I should produce one?
It's a clever invention, but it's not particularly evil.

Trope-tan: It is if you alter the safety protocols, nyoro.
Doctor Forrester (voiceover): Of course! Brilliant!
Trope-tan: I've sent you the schematics. Enjoy.

Trope-tan: Now, I'm sorry.
Joel: Apology accepted.
Trope-tan: No, you're doing it wrong.

Trope-tan: You were supposed to say "sorry for what?" and then I'd say "sorry for this" and erase your memories.
Joel: Oh, whoops. Should we just try again?
Trope-tan: No, no point now. You just had to go and koppamijin the trope.

Trope-tan: I had the whole scene planned out, but nooooo…
Joel: Rather than trying to invoke a trope, you could just get on with the plot.
Trope-tan: Ugh, fine.

Trope-tan: Now I need to surikesu your memories of the last few minutes.
Joel: To make the time travel bit work, right?
Trope-tan: Yeah, precisely.

Trope-tan: Obliviate!

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