Episode 13: Settling the Score
The rhinoceros is stolen from the Blaakrust Zoo. At the same time, opeRATives discover Dr. van Sangfreud is no longer dealing in rattrap devices. Meanwhile, Blister resolves to dissuade Muck from reuniting with his family in Europe.
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And yes, I’m fully aware that if Blister fails to keep Muck from relocating to Europe I’m gonna have to rename this show and redo all the rockin’ T-shirts, hats, tote bags and face masks in the gift store.
What do you think sounds better? Blister and Madam Putreska!
How about…Blister and Seltzer…and Horchata!
Ugh. That’s too long.
Blister and the Pigeons!
Nope. Sounds like the ingredients for the next global pandemic.
Blister and Gorgeous George?
That won’t work. Everyone will think we play punk rock with a glam twist.
Oh! I’ve got it! Blister! And! The Evil, Elusive Mad Scientist with Electric Traps—okay this is not working out. Blister really really really needs to keep Muck from leaving.
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