A companion piece, but not sequel to, The World of the End. Done by Adam, again, and his writing still manages to be clever and smart, and this, like aforementioned piece, has a situation that many will be able to relate to. Siegel plays the title character, yet again, and does not disappoint this time around, either. Bertocci as the computer has some good lines, and does a spoof of the well-known help feature of certain computer programs, and a well-done one at that. The visuals are fine, with sparse animation and movement, and I doubt they were intended to wow the viewer... as with his other work, as a general rule, the gold is in the script, the dialog. Coming in at less than three minutes, this has a rather inordinate amount of laughs and chuckles, with all the verbal comedy and such. The music is nicely done, and fits well throughout. This couldn't have been much more concise whilst retaining development and gain the viewer's involvement. I recommend this to fans of Adam Bertocci and the various shorts he's responsible for. Keep it up, Mr. B. 7/10
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