Addiction has always been a problem and unless we’ve the iron will and fierce determination of Audie Murphy then it’s going to be tricky to beat. Luckily we have things like Homeopathy, Prayer and Chakra Healing to cure of of these ills. Over in the Big Meg, it seems they have done away with such quackery and gone straight to arresting the supplier, faking his death and disappearing him. Trump could learn a lot from this…
John Wagner’s tale of addiction rings true and Mick McMahon is having a second wind.
WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT (IN ONE SENTENCE)?:
Uncle Ump’s Umpty Candy sweeps the city but Judges need to take swift action when it turns out to be dangerously addictive.
WHO’S THAT IN THE HELMET?:
Chief Judge Jurgen Griffin and Deputy Chief Judge Pepper partake of the candy..
Judge Schuster is now hooked on Umpty Candy thanks to the Chief Judge.
ANY LAW LORE?:
The Justice Department ban the candy and then mislead the citizens into believing that Citizen Ump died under interrogation.
IT’S CULTURAL, INNIT?:
Arnold Stang was most famously the voice of Top Cat.
WHAT THE DROKK?:
A Judge asks a robot to go out and get her some Umpty Candy, but how is the robot going to buy it as Judges aren’t paid?
WHAT’S THE ART LIKE?:
McMahon is in his prime here though the choice of dressing Ump up as Uncle Sam is puzzling.
HOW MANY LINKS?:
Here we see the lengths the Department will go to in order to exert control over the citizenry, even faking the death of an innocent to get them to go cold turkey. Five links. It would have been six if they deported him to East Meg One and used him to get them all hooked on the candy crack.