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Melts in the Sky, Not in your Eye

Hedge050419I don’t know what today’s title means. I just thought it was trippy.  “Trippy” is an ancient word from the ’60’s that has something to do with drugs… or inner ear problems. I can’t quite remember.

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The One With an Alien Probe

Hedge020219In an infinite universe this is totally plausible.

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Eleventy Seventy Twelve Buttzillion >Thirteenity Million Snotkillion

hedge011918Yes, there will be math with Over the Hedge.

Furry math.

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Bob the Star

Hedge120118Or, “Hey, you!”

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Alexa Has Skills

Hedge09232018Mind reading is a nifty new feature.

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Weeee!

Hedge08182018Please keep your hands and feet inside the carseat.

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Creepy Planets

Hedge05262018T did an odd late night rewrite on this one. Here’s the original script:

6. 
RJ, Verne, Hammy on the log. 
H:  Why is that star not twinkling? 
V:  It’s not a star it’s the planet Venus.  
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V:  The light source is closer and larger and isn’t refracted as much by our atmosphere.  
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H:  Translation please. 
RJ:  Planets can’t blink. 
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H:  That’s so sad!  
RJ (eyes wide):  And super creepy. 
V:  My mouth opens. Words come out. Nothing happens. 
The gist is still there. Punch line is the same. But the beginning is unnecessarily confusing.  I can concede that Hammy saying, “Translation please,” is a bit mature for him, but I think it’s okay and helps sell the gag.
Grumble.

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