Analord wrote:You can hardly contain his derp in your forums, I'm sure.
We use up a lot of server space cataloguing all his mistakes, this is certain.
Analord wrote:Could I be the one? Could I be the one that reads the books and changes the face of Arrakis? I mean Jagurutu.
SandChigger wrote:Don't mind him. He goes a bit wonky every month about this time and we either have to grab him and pin him down and force him to reboot or lure him into a cage with a sacrificial virgin.
(And since we're a bit short on virgins at the moment, get out your gloves... )
SandChigger wrote:That was supposed to be George Takei at the end, right?
Freakzilla wrote:No, that was the town homosexual.
Freakzilla wrote:'Bruce' was the guy that offered to help.
Bruce (voiced by Mike Henry) is a moustached Southerner who speaks in a calm, drawn-out voice with a slight lisp. Though he was not given a name until the episode "No Chris Left Behind", he has appeared in several episodes without being named on-screen. He even comments on it the first time his name is spoken in the series. He has several catchphrases, the most notable being "Oh no!" He first appeared as the clerk of an "exotic entertainment" shop, and was then seen sitting astride an obese donkey at the Renaissance fair when Peter fought the Black Knight. He has since been seen with a variety of jobs including a deacon, a therapist, a medium, a lawyer, a masseur and a barman. More recently, he was seen working at the bowling alley selling rental shoes, and refereeing the boxing match where Lois fought Deirdre Jackson. He has also been seen training to be a police officer, teaching a CPR course and running the Quahog Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. He is a member of the school board committee of James Woods Regional High School. Although Bruce himself is generally limited to occasional appearances, his voice is lent to a number of anthropomorphic creatures including a large bee, the shark in a parody of Jaws, a Xenomorph from a parody of Aliens, a Tetris block, and a giant mutant rat. In "Blue Harvest", he played the role of Greedo. He makes an appearance as Admiral Piett on the Imperial Star Destroyer in the episode "Something, Something, Something, Dark Side". Bruce often talks to Jeffrey, his unseen roommate. It is implied that Bruce is gay and that Jeffrey is his domestic partner, as in Road to the North Pole where he states in the song "All I Want for Christmas" that he wants a wedding ring from a guy named Jeffrey. In the episode "BFFs" of The Cleveland Show, Peter says that Bruce was his therapist and referred to him as "that gay guy who has like a thousand jobs."