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The Past Edit

Eugene Mulchandani, young Ned's only friend, loses his beloved snake and rabbit when the former eats the latter. As a gift to his friend--and despite having misgivings--Ned resurrects both animals, but can't help but worry about the repercussions that will follow from something that's supposed to be dead not actually being dead.

The Present Edit

A gay lawyer hires Emerson to track down the killer of his former client and lover, the rich inventor of an automatic yarn-baller, believing that the man's will and his flighty young wife are involved.

Tropes Edit

  • Bad Liar: Jesus Christ, Tam Fong. When asked about his list of numbers, he hides it in a folder and asks "What list?" When asked about the folder, he hides that and says "What folder?" Keep in mind that the people asking these questions were directly in front of him at the time. And then when Olive poses as a Rich Bitch and demands he stop calling her, he says that he'll personally make sure no one will call her again, and adds "psyche!" not particularly under his breath.
  • Borrowed Catchphrase: Rob Wright borrows the narrator's.

 Rob: I know how it must sound, but... the facts were these--

Chuck: Huh?

 Chuck: You're a lying liar and a murderer, both of which are bad!

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