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Title: how'd you like THEM apples - part 1
Date: October 15, 2004
Summary: Beaver and Steve are about to witness the discovery of gravity. Until Steve decides he wants a snack.
Number of panels: 7
Beaver and Steve walking with pink background
Steve: "What a boring day. I don't see how we could possibly have an unfeasible adventure today"
Beaver: "Hey, it's a rift in the space/time continuum. Shall we go through?"
Steve: "Hell, yeah"
Beaver and Steve looking at rift. Rift shows as a squiggly bullseye with concentric rings of light blue and dark blue. Still pink background.
Beaver: "Steve, check it out - it's Sir Isaac Newton!"
Beaver: "He's about to invent gravity. Let's get a closer look."
Beaver looking at apple tree in background with Sir Isaac Newton sitting under it, Steve stepping through rift, which on this side are concentric rings of ligh pink/dark pink. Blue background.
Sir Isaac Newton: "Hmm... I'm in an inventing kinda mood"
Reverse angle closeup of apple tree and Sir Isaac Newton sitting under it, background shot of Beaver. Blue background.
Sir Isaac Newton: "I'm gonna invent...LUNCH!"
Beaver: "That's strange - He should have been hit on the head by an apple."
Steve is CHOMF'ing an apple.
Beaver: "Uh, Steve... Where'd you get that apple?"
Steve: "Waf affl?"
Beaver: "Come on Steve, let's go home. I'm sure it won't make any difference."
[The present day]
Man: "Walking the dog would be so much easier if only there was some sort of mutual attraction between objects with mass"
[To Be Contd.]
It is interesting to note that whilst the man and his dog float near the ground, Beaver and Steve appear to be actually standing on it, proving once and for all that gravity is subjective.
- The man walking his dog is the first appearance of a variation of Moustache Guy.