I was watching an episode of the Simpsons earlier, about Moe (the Bartender) and his best friend, the bar rag. The episode is actually quite profound, with the bar rag telling of how he was once a beautiful piece of French tapestry, and then he was turned into the thing he is now. When Moe realizes how silly it is to have a bar rag as a best friend, he leaves it outside and doesn't pick it back up. When the rag thinks this is his cold end, he is suddenly picked up by the dog and loved again. Kinda has a profound ending to it, like that one song we all know and (should) love:
Into each life, some rain must fall
but someday the sun is bound to shine.
Never did I think a newer (the ones that stink) Simpsons episode could make me think like that.
Let's stop talking about a dying TV show and get to the results, yeah?
Question #1, what did you first do when you arrived at the Strip?
In 3rd place, 97 people killed Benny, what a bum-out for Matthew Perry.
In 2nd place, 145 people decided to explore the entirety of the Strip. I hope you didn't find my basement..... I need to clean out all the garden gnomes.
In 1st place, 154 people went and talked to Mr. House, listen to a robot who has followed you all the way to the Strip and is very mysterious, sounds legit.
Question #2, what did you do to Benny first time you met him?
In 3rd place, 41 people helped him escape Caesar's camp. Most people don't survive a head-shot, or even help the person who tried to kill them escape capture.
In 2nd place, 164 people killed him at Caesar's camp through crucifixion or by the Couriers hand. What a profligate Benny was.
In 1st place, 232 people killed him in The Tops. Did you say "My name is Inigo Montoya..." right before you killed him?
Alright, then, time for more? Give me the answers.
Thanks for making it this week, stay classy, San Nukapedia.