And that's a wrap for my little autobio story. I hope you enjoyed it! NEXT WEEK: A new holiday story begins, starring Dev and Jess. Woo!
Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: Shapely Edition
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"In an old Q&A you mentioned one of the side characters was secretly a shape changer like Jess, but I was never able to work out who. So, who is the secret slug?" -G
The answer to this question is actually revealled in the Underground RPG! (Available physically here and digitally here.) But it's actually a very obscure character... one of the members of the Committee!
Park Parker, the head of "Johnson, Johnsson, Jonnson, and Johansen", is one of the quiet, "generic-looking" human members of the Committee. He's usually sitting next to Rexford, between him and Keller. Park is secretly a shape-shifting slug, as were many of his predecessors!
Park is a quiet, understated member who usually only really speaks up for one reason: when he needs to secretly steer any underground development away from the hidden Underground location of the shapeshifting slug homeland.
The shapeshifters have an extremely insular culture... most of them rarely leave the homeland, and their Committee plant is only really there to keep the community safe and appraised of the going's on of the outside world. You can learn way more about their society and culture in the Underground RPG! (Where, should you play the game part, you can also play as a shapeshifter... haha!)
"Did Sam ever pay back Mr. Ackerman for destroying the taxi?" -Tom
I think so! It's never addressed in comic, but I'm pretty sure Sam was able to finish paying it off sometime between the ending of Noosehead and the start of Fix Your Problem. I guess that means it took him a bit under two years! To be fair, it was a pretty lousy taxi.
"I just wanted to point out, that out of all the things Hollywood gets wrong about different medical stuff, like concussions, needles in the neck, etc, Amnesia is one of the few things they get kind of right.