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The landlord, having readied himself by being thrown out a window by Tales twice before, grabs his foot, and chucks him out the window. I ALWAYS HATED HIM MOST!
The plastic master sword hits the landlord, who turns to Rev. His head grew red, he steamed, as he formulated the way to word his anger. But, before he could, the fireworks underneath him had finished their fuse. As they fired, they snatched Benedetto by his loose gym shoes, and carrying him, burrowing a hole through the apartment wall, and flying to a nearby open space, where a grand display of colors went off at once, and a faint noise could be heard through the boom.
I HATE ALL OF YA
I point out that, without me, this apartment would be a smoldering wreck because I control the weapons.
Taco looked to Tales, who was thrown out of the window, and was now at the sidewalk. "Tales, no one asked you to put weapons in the house! We're taking them down, and kicking you out! End of discussion!"
I thought this was a comedy! And I'm a cast member!
You know what, if you can't learn to play nice, I'm gonna stuff you in a garbage can!
(This is all in character)
TropesForever walks in
"Huh? Is the landlord gone?"
Yeah. Taco Badger killed him. And then the jerk kicked me out.
edited 3rd Jul '17 6:42:13 PM by TalesofUnder
I walk in.
"Guess who got dumped again?"
Me. Because of Taco Badger. He'd throw out someone and never invite them again for loitering.
Taco groaned. "First of all: I didn't kill the landlord, he dropped his cigar on a pile of fireworks, and offed himself. Secondly: I kicked Tales out because he threw people out windows and made me feel unsafe in my own home!"
(Inappropriate canned laughter)
"Everyone! Dinner's getting cold!"
(shoots the canned laughter machine)
Taco retrieved his Miller Lite, and sat down, beginning to dig in to the spaghetti. "Well, gang, I don't know, what did we learn today?"
"Fireworks solve everything."
We learned that landlords are bad.
(Off Topic: When is each episode?)
((I think an episode should end when there is a moral of sorts.)
Moral of the story: Every solution can be solved by fireworks.
Laughter as the credits roll
"Hey, what was that chianticat said? Shouldn't we resolve that"-Cut to black
Episode Two: Tales' Real Father
I am eating a piece of leftover cake from the landlord's visit.
Save some for me!
"And me, I baked the thing! Well, I bought it. With my own money! And some borrowed from Revaryk...and Random..."
edited 3rd Jul '17 7:30:07 PM by TropesForever
"Oh, yeah! There's still plenty in the fridge. I definitely wasn't going to eat it all myself..."
Say, did we ever call the meat wagon to take care of the chunky salsa that we call our landlord?
"I don't know. Wouldn't Taco know more about salsa?"
edited 3rd Jul '17 8:14:43 PM by TropesForever
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