Comic 138

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To Brazil!

Link: Comic 138

Title: Hamburger Hijinks - part 1

Date: December 12, 2005

Summary: Beaver and Steve start working for a fastfood chain, but trouble is ahead.

Cast: Beaver, Steve, Manager, Kid

Onomatopoeias used: "SALUTE!", "CLIK!"

Number of panels: 6

Transcript

Panel 1

Beaver and Steve are behind the counter at a fast food restaurant.
Beaver: "Oh wow! I can't believe we got these great jobs in a fast food restarant! This is our first step on a career with real prospects!"
Steve: "I know! And we get to wear these neat hats too!"
Steve: "Oh! Here comes the Manager!"

Panel 2

The suspicious-looking Manager appears with a briefcase full of money and "to Brazil" written on it.
Manager: "Ok Boys, I have to, uh, go to the dentists now, so you two are in charge. And if anyone comes by asking about unpaid taxes or low standarts of food hygiene, you never heard of me, understand?"
Beaver: "No problem sir!"
Steve: (SALUTE!'ing the Manager) "You can count on us sir!"

Panel 3

Beaver: (pointing to his name tag with stars on it) "Oh Boy! This is it: our chance to earn our customer service stars! Then we'll have the full set!"
Steve: "SNFFT! Mother would be so proud!"

Panel 4

Shot of a kid coming up to the counter.
Kid: "Hi! I'd like one Jumbo Mega Burger and a strawberry milkshake please!"
Beaver: "A customer! Ok Steve, you get the shake and I'll get the burger!"

Panel 5

Steve: (operating the SHAKE-O-MATIC) "OH NO! the milkshake machine has started dispensing blood! Now we'll never get those stars!"
Beaver: "Now Steve! A burger delivery technician never panics! You fix the burger, I'll check the connections in the cellar."

Panel 6

[So...]
Beaver: "Now let's see what the problem is..."
[To be contd....]

Fun Facts

  • I actually work a job like this.
  • I don't.

References

Previous comic:
#137
Next comic:
#139
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