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Old 04-10-2007, 04:19 AM
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I didn't really have time to write this, but I feel that I've earned an update. You wouldn't believe the couple of weeks I've had. It's one hit after another until you just wish Flanders was dead.

So here's a little something seasonal -- at least it was supposed to be little. It sorta grew. Until there were 14 segments. Including a really big one. Look, the point is, here's Scenes From the Easter Egg Hunt at FiveMinute.net.

(Note: There is actually not an Easter egg in this one, so don't bother looking. I couldn't think of anything. Maybe next time.)

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Old 04-10-2007, 04:30 AM
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Naturally, the Zelda one is the longest. *znerk*
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Old 04-10-2007, 04:35 PM
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That was awesome, Zeke.

Quote:
(T'Pol kicks Trip, sending the eggs flying. While he's getting his bearings, she collects all fifty eggs into a pile and vaporizes it with a phase pistol.)
Tucker: What the hell?
T'Pol: Deep down, you knew how this would go.
I always knew I liked T'Pol.

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Chekov: A giant Russian Orthodox Easter egg!
Heh.

And Smallville suddenly got a lot more interesting.

And Zelda was just plain awesome. Only one quote not from LoZ 1, but somehow I suspected "I am error" might be showing up.
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Quote:
Spike: Buffy likes chocolate.
(Pause.)
Wesley: You're hopeless. I'll leave you to it.
Spike: I think Fred does too.
(Pause.)
Wesley: (drawing crossbow) Death to the creatures of the night!
Heh.

I loved the Enterprise one, too. Nice job throughout.
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I almost wonder why you didn't sneak a zombie in there...

Crichton: Wow! There are eggs everywhere in here! Big ones, small ones, some as big as your head!
The Lion King isn't used NEARLY enough as joke fodder around here...

Old Man: Master using it and you can have this.
Link: How can I master using it if I don't have it?
Old Man: It's a secret to everybody.
I have to admit that Zelda is quickly reaching the point where there's a quote for everything, just like The Princess Bride and Star Trek.

Zelda: A chocolate egg! That's so sweet!
Link: Well excuuuuuse me, princ-- wait, you liked it. Never mind.
Oh, another viewer of the old Zelda cartoon. There's a context shift.

DISCLAIMER: This story steps on the lawns of just about everybody. Know what? I'm not sorry. I'd do it again.
If only I was that confident. Good show.
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That was pure Cadbury (tm) awesome.

I particularly liked the one about the Easter Egg.
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April 11

Oops! I just realized one of the scenes I wrote is missing. I've added it now -- it's the second last on the page. (The scenes are only loosely ordered, by the way.)

On a related note, Katy Jane pointed out to me that most of the Tenth Doctor fivers were missing. This was an accidental result of my thorough spring cleaning of the site a while back. I've restored them now -- let me know if anything else is AWOL. [EDIT: Katy Jane's pointed out that the other fivers from the anniversary event are missing. I'll restore them when I get home.]

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DISCLAIMER: This story steps on the lawns of just about everybody. Know what? I'm not sorry. I'd do it again.
If only I was that confident.
Ironically, that was the wrong disclaimer. I have a different one I use for Easter egg-type things. The one you quoted is originally from "The Disbanding 2." (Writing this was a similar experience.)

Have you noticed the disclaimer I use for Zelda fivers, by the way?
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[03:17] FiveMinZeke: Galactica clearly needs the advanced technology of scissors, which get around the whole "yanking on your follicles" problem.
[03:17] IJD: cylons can hack any blades working in conjunction

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