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This time when Herbert Higginbotham started rambling.
"There's nothing to get upset about...don't go hurling your controller at the cat. 'Cause it might throw something back, and then it'll escalate, and then...oh..."
In LittleBigPlanet Karting, hovering over the icon for the final level of the second-to-last world prompts Stephen Fry to narrate as he usually does, but his tone comes in serious and dramatic. Saying how you have "two important messages", how something big and threatening is coming your way without enough description of looming doom to make mild shivers and make your wool turn gray with fear. Then he finishes, leaves a beat, and then casually says:
Stephen Fry: Oh. And Dave called, could you ring him back.