WHDI Epilogue 1

August 26, 2010

Mmmmm…. Rocketbear.

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21 Comments

  1. Mike says:

    I love that his wall is cracked and his chair is torn *before* the rocket bear crashes into his living room.

  2. Mystify says:

    Ok, I loved this one. By itself it wouldn’t work, but as a followup to a minor event long-forgotten in the story-line, it is great.

  3. Benga1986 says:

    Another day, another rocketbear crashing through the wall.

  4. dodoman1 says:

    Best OaH EVER.

  5. Bah says:

    Considering how often this probably happens to him, he doesn’t spend much on his place seeing as it’ll just get smashed into the next day. That missing part of the chair was when Godzilla invaded his personal space.

  6. Andrew says:

    “Oh yeah!”

  7. vivacherise says:

    Andrew, I just let out some sort of laugh, that could only be described as a guffaw, to your comment. So you know.

  8. Krimson says:

    This is the happiest day of my life.

  9. Sio says:

    Rocketbear…burnin’ out my fuse out there alone…

  10. Jeff Weiner says:

    Yep! I had a feelin’ the old gent was gonna show up. Poor Rocketbear!

  11. Baughbe says:

    Dinner in a couple of days. It takes a long time to roast a whole bear. Best stuffed with deer stuffed with squirrels stuffed with white oak acorns liberally basted with wild honey.

  12. Robin says:

    I love that Ordog doesn’t move, doesn’t blink, doesn’t even look at the bear. Like: Another day, another rocketbear. Nothing to see here…

  13. DTanza says:

    Why is the wall so thin? Why are there green pastures behind Ordog’s house? Why am I asking these questions?

  14. Tal says:

    mmm partially roasted Rocket bear. Definitely better than the “Pork Flakes” cereal he had on standby.

  15. Sio says:

    ya gotta marinade rocketbear in wine, onion, and tarragon to cut down on the gamy taste. it’s a wild animal, I tell ya, a WILD ANIMAL! Then I suggest a good, slow, low-temperature braise so that connective tissue will cook down into yummy, lip-smacking gelatin. It takes hours and hours, but it’s worth it. Just wrap your marinaded rocketbear tightly in heavy-duty foil, add your marinade and an extra bottle or two of wine, and braise at about 250 degrees for 4-4 1/2 hours, or until the meat is falling off the bone and fork-tender. Yum, yum!

  16. ChibiRico says:

    ROCKET BEAR!!! Hell yeah! Also, nice explanation on where he went. And Ordog automatic awesomeness xD

  17. BeamStalk says:

    Nummy nummy rocket bear!

    Good to see rocket bear again!

  18. Sulay says:

    Ummm not to be nit picky but didn’t Thurman say that rocket bear exploded?

    http://www.out-at-home.com/archives/1170

  19. PeTaters! says:

    …Pork Flakes? Where can I get some?

  20. Sio says:

    Looks like rocketbear’s rocket pack exploded. If rocketbear had exloded, Thurman would have been covered in bear bits, not just rocketty bits.

  21. Crestlinger says:

    Don’t lift the head! That beam might still be active.

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