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Skipper the Eyechild 

When a giant eyeball rapes and impregnates a male patient (don't ask how that's possible, because it won't be explained), Dagless comes to love the resulting offspring, a baby eyeball, as a... See full summary »

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When a giant eyeball rapes and impregnates a male patient (don't ask how that's possible, because it won't be explained), Dagless comes to love the resulting offspring, a baby eyeball, as a surrogate for Skipper, his deceased half-grasshopper son. Written by Bruno Antony

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12 February 2004 (UK)  »

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Thornton Reed: Dag! Any thoughts?
Dr. Rick Dagless: I... don't know anything about it. Besides, i think there are more important matters at present.
Thornton Reed: Could you give me an example?
Dr. Rick Dagless: Like hospital *bloody* hygiene, I went into the gents and there was a big pube stuck to the pipe so i had to use the one in 'E' wing.
Dr Lucien Sanchez: [interrupting] It's true! I went there two month-back and there was a piece of shit stuck to the seat!
Dr. Rick Dagless: Well someones gonna have to pick that pube off the pipe and it ain't gonna be me!
Dr Liz Asher: [interrupting] Come on, surely we ...
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References Garth Marenghi's Darkplace: Hell Hath Fury (2004) See more »

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