Please enjoy this excellent episode of Shorty Street Scandal, wherein James Mustapic recaps the past week of Ferndale hijinks. This week? TK doesn’t understand time travel or 3D printing, Wendy has a mid-life crisis and Murray drinks himself stupid:
Never far from a strange, misconstrued conspiracy, TK did not take very well to the concept of 3D printing this week. Cutting-edge Boyd brought one into the hospital, but Sir Samuels couldn’t quite compute the sophisticated technology:
Boyd got his own back by printing TK a mug, which promptly melted in the microwave. Or did it just time travel back to 1969 and help out on the set of the fake moon landing? Open your eyes people, the conspiracies are everywhere. Not one to be outdone by a melty mug, TK got his revenge on Boyd by getting an unstable patient to bite him on the arm. Classic!
Over at camp Wendy, things are heating up. And when I say heating up, I mean that I think Wendy is going through menopause. Or at least a mid-life crisis. Not only has she gone back to university to conduct an anthropological experiment on the Ninja Turtles, she’s also fallen in love with Jimmy. Wendy couldn’t contain herself during a particularly erotic game of charades, cat calling from the top of her lungs. Thank goodness Dayna is divorcing him (weird, I know), because Wendy will soon climb that like a tree:
The week ended on two equally unnerving scenes. Alex revealed to Lucy that he was gay, and that it was time to put an end to their relationship. Lucy was left questioning if she had looked like a boy the whole time, and Alex was left outside to gently fondle the door:
But it was Muzza who provided the pure Ferndale terror this week. He got rip-roaringly drunk, threw a leather jacket on like a matador and did a terrifyingly hearty laugh. Keep up that kind of nonsense Muzza and Wendy will move on faster to Jimmy (or any of the Ninja Turtles) faster than you can say “sexy beast”.
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