Man'sh Besht Friend

From TheKolWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Man'sh Besht Friend
Man'sh Besht Friend

While stumbling around in the dimly lit cellar, you see a short, pale figure in the distance. As you get closer, you see a white dog with a black spot on his back lying on top of a doghouse. Or is it an airplane? You can't tell for sure. The dog sees you and walks over to you on two legs.

"Hey! I wash just having a couple of root beersh with The Red Baron, and now he'sh vanished." The dog looks around, distracted. "Whose leg do I have to hump to get a supermartini around here?"

You start to back away, slowly, but the dog throws his front paws around you. "I love you, man." He says. "I'm your besht, besht friend. I like you even better than that kid with the huge, bald head. Y'know, that kid who'sh alwaysh trying to take over the world but keepsh getting his kite stuck in treesh? You're way, way more aweshome than he ish. Here, man. I fetched this for ya."

The dog hands you an ice-cold beer, starts giggling, then passes out. You drop a bag of peanuts near him, in case he's hungry when he wakes up.

Beer.gifYou acquire an item: ice-cold Sir Schlitz

Occurs at The Rat Infested Tavern Cellar (pre quest)

Notes

References

  • The white dog with a black spot is a mixed reference to both Snoopy from the popular comic strip Peanuts (who sleeps atop his doghouse and often pretends it's a WWI-era biplane), and Brian from Family Guy (who is an alcoholic and uttered the "Whose leg do I have to hump..." line in an early episode).
  • Similarly, "I like you even better than that kid with the huge, bald head. Y'know, that kid who'sh alwaysh trying to take over the world but keepsh getting his kite stuck in treesh?" is a mixed reference to both the Peanuts character Charlie Brown, who keeps getting his kite stuck in a tree, and the Family Guy character Stewie Griffin, who seeks to take over the world. Both of whom are bald.
  • The comment about the Red Baron refers to Snoopy's arch-enemy, the Red Baron (as part of Snoopy's WWI fantasies).