Nickel: I hope you’re not going to do that every time you see me. I’m your sister.
I know better than to trust that a rainbow gem is going to show itself, so Danny’s job is to find potions so that he can make the imaginary friend one eventually. I want a ghost imaginary friend kid, even if Nickel’s not the heir I want to at least MAKE one.
Right now she’s playing tag with Casper.
Ghosts are cool.
Your grandfather rules the afterlife, which apparently has an awesome pool and who knows what else because all of my ghosts wear swimwear, and you feel the need to find your entertainment in your family’s backyard.
Phosphorus: Well people are always ON the trampoline of the dead, and you can’t go over the limit because that would be dangerous.
You’re de… nevermind.
Danny: I appreciate your concern for my safety, inanimate object, but I don’t think I can catch on fire.
Manganese: I was having a mood swing.
Oh no oh no the closest shower is across the lot…
Actually, I’m pretty sure he changed OUT of them at some point, because Scandium had a pool party (sans pool) and he was there giving flowers to the other guests. Which means the question is, why did he get BACK into his graduation robes.
Scandium: Well, I saw this guy behind the school take out a shovel…
Vanadium: I was thinking I’d write an article on you.
Scandium: Oh OK.
Manganese: That’s so cool, grandma!
Argon: If you want to help, you can try this thing. It can’t do anything that a band-aid won’t fix. Band-aids fix everything.
Argon: It’s only illegal if they catch you.
No. Don’t answer that.
Argon: Okay… definitely will NOT work to reduce hair loss.
No one but Scandium was impressed with the nice report Vanny wrote, so Vanadium goes over to talk to Latosha, who refuses to do an interview because she doesn’t know Vanadium that well. Easy enough fix, right?
Latosha does person person minus for every interaction. EVERY INTERACTION. It’s like she’s got something personal against Vanadium, because she acts like she’s into whatever Vanny’s saying until it’s time for person person plus/minus. The very first interaction, Latosha’s like ‘don’t like kids!’ PERSON PERSON MINUS.
Fine. Be that way.
Then the ‘interview’ option wouldn’t appear for some reason, so Vanny went home.
Cobalt: Do we actually have ANYONE in the family who’s a vegetarian?
Cobalt: Then why do the grown-ups keep cooking tofu dogs? Because I enjoy eating more when I know something died for my sake, wreathed in fear and pain.