I’m the guy that which does Love and Capes.
Why don’t they have a billing code for dragon toenails? I mean, in a world with relatively widespread supers and working magic, it seems like nontraditional medicine would be more accepted.
There really is no medical need for the spell so why would anyone think other people should be subsidizing it?
Alternate realities…maybe the ingredients can’t be found on all Earths? (BTW, does this spell cancel out Mark’s MRI vision entirely, or just in regards to Abby’s…innards? Is there a proviso in case of a medical emergency?)
Here’s an idea for a new LNU romance: the Doctors Karma, in case they aren’t alternate genetic outcomes of the same person (remember that episode of “Sliders”? Awwwwkwaaaarrrrdd… 😉 ).
What insurance plan covers alicorns, dragons, griffins and Santa’s caribou. It doesn’t cover Santa Claus’ reindeer. Don’t ask me about the distinction.
My insurance plan covers alicorns, dragons, griffins and Santa’s caribou. It doesn’t cover Santa Claus’ reindeer. Don’t ask me about the distinction.
@Brain you forgot zombies.
@K.Alan would you mind recalling the number of said episode?
Walker: sorry. I believe it was the one where Cryin’ Man rode on top of the faster-than-it-oughta-be maglev train, if that’s any help.
Evil Brain: Santa’s caribou? You never watched the sitcom “What I Caribou”? <reference to a sitcom Jenny Garth and Amanda "I'm not crazy fnord" Bynes. –I hate explaining my own jokes…
sitcom WITH. Sorry.
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