Why It's Not A Good Idea to Abduct An Alien
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Thelma: I'm just going to say it. We’ve lost Larry.
Carl: We think he was abducted. Which is ironic, right? Am I using that term the right way?
Thelma: Yes, it’s ironic. The abductor was abducted.
Carl: Ok, we’ll admit, he was lying before. He is terrified of the color yellow. It looks like someone thought it would be funny to set a little trap for him, and it worked.
Thelma: Using all those rubber ducks to herd him into a giant pit was, I'll admit it, kind of clever. But I don’t think you understand - it’s not safe for an alien to be on Earth for extended periods of time.
Carl: Especially someone as impressionable as Larry.
Thelma: I wouldn’t say impressionable.
Carl: The guy can be convinced to do anything. Give him a kit-kat and he’ll do your homework, or fix your internet connection. Or give your worst enemy his "Tentacle Treatment."
Thelma: Wait, you’re making it sound like it’s a good idea to abduct an alien.
Carl: Oh. Oops. No. He won’t do any of those things. Instead, he’ll eat your cat and slime your couch. And he’s not potty-trained.
Thelma: Just give him back. Honestly, it’s for your own good. And please don’t hurt him.
Carl: He’s not a bad Nerdzer, really.
Thelma: We don’t want him to fall into the wrong hands. Government hands. I’ll be honest, I was lying before when I said the authorities are working with us. They aren’t. And when they catch us, they do really unspeakable things to us.
Carl: All those questions . . . examinations . . . feeding us really bad food.
Thelma: What exactly is olive loaf?
Carl: You Earthlings can be really mean.