Let's not think about how she's gonna get that two-ton wrecking ball on a slide, or even on the stage of the microscope. Pretty much her only chance would be to hold it between her thumb and forefinger, which would make getting focus a real bitch unless she has Super-Steady-Hands.
That's what she gets for letting Nibbler take a dump on the dining room table. Stoopid girl! That dark matter will get ya every time!
And couldn't Superboy just follow her or use telescopic vision or something? There's more holes in the story than a space seive.
Dave: I think it's best we just don't think about any ramification of any aspect of this story, ever, at all. It's just not worth the headaches.Bill S.: Heh. It just occurred to me that both Superboy and Leela owned pets with capes.Jon: Oh, it gets worse. Stay tuned!
I love that Smallville scientists keep their expensive scientific equipment in the kitchen
I love that Smallville scientists keep their expensive scientific equipment in the kitchenAlton Brown's got nothin' on Professor Lang.
God, that elaborately-coiffed tool from the last season of "Top Chef" would have a freakin' field day in Professor Lang's kitchen, wouldn't he?
Marcel. (That smug bastard.)
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