So, there's this giant white rabbit named McTwo. He's imaginary and he only shows up during sex. Seems like it was Juliette's burden to carry originally, but lately McTwo has branched out to watch Edda & Amos. But then we discover that he's apparently doing something more than just watching, because he creates a stain on a couch that Edda & Amos can see. So can Edda's roommate Seth, who is so disgusted by it that he literally barfs. First the stain is described as "marks," then a "spot," then a "blotch" that grows in size to resemble Maine. (I wish I was making up some part of this, but I'm not.) McTwo explains that it's "ectoplasm" and it always looks like Maine. McTwo asks Juliette and Edda to join him saying the antiquated and pointless word "floccinaucinihilipilification." Then the three of them sing a barbershop quartet song together. Yes. The three of them sing four-part harmony. We try to make sense of it all, as is our job. But, wow, this bunch of comic strips is A LOT.
The Chickweed strips we discuss this episode:
This episode's ectoplasmic journey includes:
- Toilet paper
- Cottonelle vs. Charmin
- One of those horrible "Enjoy the Go" commercials.
- I mean, Jesus, get over yourself, Charmin!
- Juliette & Elliott
- Hepetitis & Jaundice
- John Mayer's "quarterlife crisis," otherwise known as "Why Georgia."
- York Peppermint Pattie
- Amos & Edda
- Ice Cream
- Seth, the roommate
- The Rock
- Where exactly is South Berwick, ME?
- Poppy from Seinfeld.
- How to pronounce floccinaucinihilipilification.
- "Goodbye, My Coney Island Baby"
- Chuck Jones' sad eyes.
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