Mister T “The Playtown Mystery” (part 4 of 5)

The team nonchalantly walks out of the funhouse (like I said, by this point stuff like this probably doesn’t faze them in the least). Mayor Cokenstein drives up in a golf cart, falling over the front of it when she brakes, and ending up on the ground. She laughs it off and apologizes to T (calling him “Mr. B”), saying nothing like this has ever happened before. And if you can’t see the foreshadowing here, you really need to watch more Scooby Doo episodes. If you need another hint, Marvin keeps his mouse head on most of the time, while we’ve already seen Dingy’s face.

She says the computer must have broken down, still giggling by the way, and offers to make it up to them by getting them some ice cream. Yeah, because after a near death experience, I’m not satisfied with an apology unless it comes with some Rocky Road, damn it!

Caption contributed by Ed

You could learn a lot from a cokehead. Buckle your safety belt.

As she makes the offer, she gets into the golf cart, and in an amazing display of horsepower for a vehicle with a top speed of “Is this as fast as this piece of shit can go?”, she manages to reverse hard into the wall, which causes the funhouse sign to fall onto the cart.

Woody speaks for all of us here, though his understanding of the chain of command could use some work.

Woody: With a yo-yo like that running this place, no wonder there’s accidents!

Newsflash, Brainiac. She’s an honorary mayor, not the owner of the park.

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Ed Harris

A fan of less than great cinema since childhood, Ed divides his time between writing scripts, working an actual paying job and subjecting himself willingly to some of the worst films society has produced.

Multi-Part Article: Mister T "The Playtown Mystery"

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