|Eugene and Bernard stay with a stuck up family of actors in California. An earthquake soon hits town and Bernard helps bring a little girl to God.
The premise of this episode may have been inspired by the Northridge Earthquake, which hit L.A. several months prior to the original airdate.
It seems that everyone here is just acting. Acting like a friend only so long as it serves a purpose. Pretending like they care when they really don't. Frankly, I'm not quite sure how you cope with it all.
You cope by playing the game like everyone else. You cope by getting enough money to buy everything you need, including friends. You cope by becoming powerful enough to create your own world, Eugene.
I find that rather . . . sad. To be so young, yet so cynical. Now, couldn't it be argued that by creating your own world, you're actually missing out on the real world? True
You're quaint, Eugene.
Philosophically speaking, Kelsey, don't you ever wonder what would happen if this artificial world you've created suddenly . . . collapsed? What would you have left?
No, Eugene. I don't wonder. And I don't want to know.
- Waluigi Freak 99