Dr Blowhole: You'll appreciate this, Kowalski. I've installed a layer-theater system, high definition with surround sound. Exre-e-emely spendy. Kowalski: (slightly angry) Oh, why do the bad guys always get the good stuff?
Man: MY CAR!!!
After Dr. Blowhole and Julien stop laughing maniacally... Julien: Question: why are we laughing? Dr. Blowhole: Question: how did the prisoner escape?! (Julien leaps on him.) Julien: Prisoner escaped?!? Is he dangerous? Dr. Blowhole: (annoyed) No, and apparently, he isn't very bright.
Dr. Blowhole: I am so glad you could all join me to witness history. I am, of course, especially pleased that my fli-i-i-ghtless foes graced us with their presence. Skipper: (annoyed) Wouldn't miss it for the world. Private: There's nothing good on Telly tonight anyway. Dr. Blowhole (hovering over Private): Well, Private, here's a little show I whipped up. It's called... Computer Voice: Ring of Fire. Dr. Blowhole: It is fitting that I returned to the very aqua theater where I performed tricks for the duller humans. Oh, how it made me bitter. Private: Sorry. Did he say "bitter" or "better"? Skipper: Hard to say; the sound really bounces around in here. Kowalski: No, that would be the high ceilings. Dr. Blowhole: My humiliation in the Ring of Fire became my inspiration. In the Frozen North, we've constructed a vast circle of certainly surprising devices that tap into the heat of the Earth's core. Four drill-like devices break through the ice, glowing. Skipper: Oh, come on. (Dr. Blowhole zooms over to Skipper.) Dr. Blowhole: Do you mind? I'm just getting to the good part! It's re-e-aly quite a shocker. Skipper: It's so obvious. Humiliated by the humans... Private: ...activate the Ring of Fire... Kowalski: ...melt the Arctic... Rico babbles. Skipper: Well, how did we do, punk? Dr. Blowhole: (slightly surprised) You're... in the ball park.
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