It’s funny. I had something akin to this experience in college, except that there was no shooting or running around, or anything of the sort.
I worked at the Subway on Prince in Athens, Georgia, when my future self appeared in the shop and ordered a Cold Cut Trio (TM). He looked bored. It inspired no emotion in him when he looked me in the eye and asked for extra mayonnaise. I was all “Hey, future self, what the fuck, man?” And he was all “Hold the lettuce.” I tried to ask him about the next few years, but he waved me off. He looked tired.
Jason, Bunny and returning guest Harrison Krix of Volpin Props discuss James Earl Jones’ sci-fi connection, the Penny Arcade Kickstarter, Patrick Stewart’s birthday, The Legend of Korra and Harrison’s new website.
Seth MacFarlane has made a movie about a kid who wishes his teddy bear to life, and 27 years later, when he’s ready to get serious with a girl, he begins to regret inviting a talking toy into his home.