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Porkchop 'n Flatscreen! by Emezie Okorafor
Episode 7: #tacoSMOOTHIE
Halloway Jr. takes romance very seriously. So, when he believes that Bobby Sykes is mistreating the institution of love by lying about his feelings, he forces Bobby to choose between Ayane Shiun (Chubby Mermaid) and Mina Kim in a life or death situation.
However, the experiment's results are still inconclusive. So, Halloway proceeds to plan B...a set up! While Bobby and Mina are unconscious, he drags them to Bobby's home and stages a compromising scene: Bobby and Mina (involuntarily) lying in bed together!
With a video camera set up to record the whole event (no way Bobby could possibly blame THIS on Photoshop), Halloway hopes to frame Bobby and made Ayane want to break up with him.
It's for their own good, of course! You shouldn't be with one person when you're in love with another. Bobby's relationship with Ayane was founded on blackmail...so, there's no way he'll ever have actual feeling for her...or will he?
BTW, Bobby's home is actually the home of the Hart family, on a large ranch in Texas. It's currently run by the Sykes' old family friend, Maria Hart, who had sworn to care for Bobby like a son since the Sykes' parents died many years ago. Bobby grew up on the ranch with his older brother Rick and Maria's daughter Kit Hart.
Kit always viewed little Bobby like her baby brother. She's very protective of him...
Meanwhile, Ninja Girl Mai is captured by Morrigan and the Faculty! Can Ayane rescue her from their clutches? Sometimes it's the Princess' duty to rescue her Knight...
Also, Mouse eats a taco.
Songs used in this film are all by Emezie. Music by Emezie is available on iTunes and Amazon.com!
"A lone star"
"Destiny" (Bobby's theme)
"Boss Music (ROCK OPERA!)"
"Moron (Flying High Remix)
"Golden Girl" (ending credits theme)