Last time on Sunday Brain Bogglers, Slylock arrested a clown in a fit of coulrophobia. Justice was served, but could this be the beginning of a dark side for our hero? Find out on this week’s episode:
Slylock Fox and the Case Was Forgotten Pretty Early On, Oops“Well, Max, we’ve found our prisoner,” Slylock said. A man laid crumpled and twitching before them, occasionally gasping about returning something.
“…Sly? That’s not our guy. That’s not even a prison uniform. And you dropped that stick fifteen feet back.”
It hit Slylock with a sudden chill: just like that, he was a vigilante.
He witnessed a crime the cops would never touch. It’s vigilanting time. With Max by his side, he stormed this house of corruption.
“That,” he announced, with a dramatic sweep of his pointer finger, “is a terrible haircut!”
While the crooks stood stunned, Slylock rolled up his sleeves. It only took two hits to deliver justice from his fist to their jaws.
There were the police again, sticking their noses into everyone’s business. He had to something. He marched up to Chief Mutt, grim and full of resolve
and kicked him in the shin.
The dog shot him a confused glance. “I am your worst nightmare,” the fox said. He jumped into the ocean.
He’d become the man the citizens looked up to. The man the children want to be. The man the cops hunted. He had to flee. He hijacked a boat– Max wouldn’t miss it, he owned enough pink things already.
He forgot Max buys everything at Goodwill. Whups. As the pre-owned ship struggled against the raging storm, he had one thought:
What a dramatic death for a dramatic vigilante.
Next week: Death is cheap, and the afterlife is sort of stupid.