Dude
May 13th, 2009

Dude

John “Theodore” Locke ended up giving a wicked presentation on historical figures later that day, though he woefully mispronounced Socrates, earning him a mega F.

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  1. hellohappytime

    oh to the mg, I want to own this.

    WHY ISN’T FUTURE LOCKE TELLING US WHAT THE GODDAMN SMOKEMONSTER IS

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  2. Joey

    HOLY FUCK GIMME A SPOILER ALERT! i haven’t caught up yet.

    wait, this IS a spoiler, right?

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  3. Curt

    oops, sorry joey.

    **SPOILER ALERT**

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  4. Grace

    Um, is future Locke wearing a belly shirt?

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  5. Josh

    Does this mean Jacob is one of the people in the Time Chamber at the beginning of the film? Could he be played by Clarence Clemons?

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  6. chrishaley

    Grace – No, he is wearing a Van Halen (5150) t-shirt, a black vest, and a red denim jacket tied around his waist.

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  7. Curt

    i love that episode where locke gets kicked out of wyld stallyns and then at the end you realize he’s in a wheelchair

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  8. Markus Seaberry

    Lost and Bill in Ted? Another pop culture mash-up. Kudos to you guys again.

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  9. Grace

    Would it be lame to make a joke about how “Bill in Ted” is totally my favorite porno? I just can’t stop looking for the homoeroticism in this comic.

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  10. Martiniman

    does this mean that george carlin is Jacob??????

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  11. vanessa

    I love you guys.

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  12. chrishaley

    Markus – Thanks, man. I always appreciate kudos, but I feel like yours are always extra sincere.

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  13. chrishaley

    Grace – In this particular comic, or in our comic in general?

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  14. chrishaley

    Grace (Part 2) – Is the plot of “Bill In Ted” based on the plot of “Bill & Ted”?

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  15. itcomagic

    Wait, I’m Lost.

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  16. Grace

    “Bill in Ted” is definitely a pornographic homage to “Bill & Ted.” There’s just lots more dudes fucking dudes in it than the original.

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