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Fathers Suck

by LTG July 5, 2005
Fathers And Sons

Gale's back at the bar. The actress/harpist is changing costumes again, and she walks up to him and says, "I figured you'd be back." She tells him that he doesn't have to suck up to her: "I told you, I'd do you. Let's not make any pretense of caring." He tells her that he doesn't care, and she responds, "But you want to." He asks her if she has to be somewhere, and she gasps and runs off to the stage.

Gale is having some pretty angry sex with the actress/harpist. You know what? They're never actually going to use her name. Normally, I don't let a thing like that bother me, but I can't find a good hook for a nickname. So I'm just going to tell you that her name is Dianne and stick with that. By the way, I think Nate Fisher should sue for copyright infringement. Between the airport pickup and the angry (and unattractive) sex, Gale is clearly stealing his act. Gale finally finishes. Dianne looks bored out of her skull. After Gale climbs off of her, she asks him if he's mad at her. He tells her that he's got a lot on his mind. Dianne: "Yeah, yeah, you're father's dying. But I'm still alive, so when you're fucking me, pay attention to me." I'm starting to like her. So far, the only person in this segment I absolutely hate is Gale.

In the sickroom, Dad asks Lisa who she is. Gale is sitting at a desk across the room, pretending to work on some kind of legal document. Dad asks Lisa for some water, and then says, "We had a nice wedding for you." Gale looks up from his book and asks, "Which one?" Dad tells Lisa that she could never keep a husband, and she lays into him for providing such a crappy role model for her of what a man should be. Gale walks over and tells her to knock it off. Dad tells Gale that Lisa's problem is that she couldn't pretend to be happy to keep a man. She asks him to talk to her, since she's actually right there in the room. And then he tells her, "You're not so bad-looking." Well, at least his vision is still good.

Lisa retreats to the kitchen, where she leans splayed-armed over the sink and cries. Why is it always the sink where people go to cry? Gale follows her in and says her name. She wonders what they'll ever say about Dad at the funeral: "That he wasted his life?" Gale doesn't think that's appropriate, and they both laugh. She wonders exactly when she started to hate her father.

Gale is sitting on the room of the porch with our old friend Wigford Jr. They're drinking some beers. It turns out that each thought the other's father was a better father. Who woulda thunk it? Junior does tell Gale that when he went to law school, Gale's father wouldn't stop talking about how proud he was.

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Fathers Suck

by LTG July 5, 2005
Fathers And Sons

Gale's back at the bar. The actress/harpist is changing costumes again, and she walks up to him and says, "I figured you'd be back." She tells him that he doesn't have to suck up to her: "I told you, I'd do you. Let's not make any pretense of caring." He tells her that he doesn't care, and she responds, "But you want to." He asks her if she has to be somewhere, and she gasps and runs off to the stage.

Gale is having some pretty angry sex with the actress/harpist. You know what? They're never actually going to use her name. Normally, I don't let a thing like that bother me, but I can't find a good hook for a nickname. So I'm just going to tell you that her name is Dianne and stick with that. By the way, I think Nate Fisher should sue for copyright infringement. Between the airport pickup and the angry (and unattractive) sex, Gale is clearly stealing his act. Gale finally finishes. Dianne looks bored out of her skull. After Gale climbs off of her, she asks him if he's mad at her. He tells her that he's got a lot on his mind. Dianne: "Yeah, yeah, you're father's dying. But I'm still alive, so when you're fucking me, pay attention to me." I'm starting to like her. So far, the only person in this segment I absolutely hate is Gale.

In the sickroom, Dad asks Lisa who she is. Gale is sitting at a desk across the room, pretending to work on some kind of legal document. Dad asks Lisa for some water, and then says, "We had a nice wedding for you." Gale looks up from his book and asks, "Which one?" Dad tells Lisa that she could never keep a husband, and she lays into him for providing such a crappy role model for her of what a man should be. Gale walks over and tells her to knock it off. Dad tells Gale that Lisa's problem is that she couldn't pretend to be happy to keep a man. She asks him to talk to her, since she's actually right there in the room. And then he tells her, "You're not so bad-looking." Well, at least his vision is still good.

Lisa retreats to the kitchen, where she leans splayed-armed over the sink and cries. Why is it always the sink where people go to cry? Gale follows her in and says her name. She wonders what they'll ever say about Dad at the funeral: "That he wasted his life?" Gale doesn't think that's appropriate, and they both laugh. She wonders exactly when she started to hate her father.

Gale is sitting on the room of the porch with our old friend Wigford Jr. They're drinking some beers. It turns out that each thought the other's father was a better father. Who woulda thunk it? Junior does tell Gale that when he went to law school, Gale's father wouldn't stop talking about how proud he was.

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