In my defense I realize it's probably a LOT weirder without the benefit on context.
Long version: There's a storyline I'm on the fence about doing in which a ghost who's been known to teleport accidentally brings Marie and Malachi along for the ride. As it turns out, his abilities actually function pretty similarly to Starslip in that he hops over to parallel earths and then jumps back to the new location and time back on his homeworld. Anyway, the two end up stuck in this Santa Aria (Beta), which is a shade off from the actual story. There are a bunch of consequences that stem from a single change (which is both plot important and spoilery), but the spoiler free effects include:
-Marie is never born.
-Trish, without getting a best friend to keep her in check, goes full sociopath and in the Beta world is a tyrannical Cinderheart general. She has an eyepatch.
-Willit and Malachi are Wilma and Magdelene, running the Vespit Sisters Ghost Detectives. (I don't expect you guys to notice on your own that this Will's Skellojacket has the wrong number of stripes and different colored stingers).
-Fingers died happy from old age.
-A bunch of other things that I can't explain right now.
I'm worried it's a little TOO bizarre for the typical fare of the series, which is why I'm hesitant to actually follow through, but I'm trying really hard to tone down some of the drama (and there is a LOT of it coming down the pipe) with a more light, fun stories.
Is it still weird?