Screamy Youie Kicky Booty by D. M. Larson

Samurai Sam is an Asian warrior type of guy.  Power Puff Pam is as well... but not a guy.  She sneaks in, ninja like and disappears behind Sam.  She pops up over his shoulder.


I smell trouble, Samurai Sam.

She disappears behind him again.


I would recognize that stink anywhere. That is none other than... TransIgwanIdon.

TransIgwanIdon enters.  It is a robot/lizard Power Ranger kind of thing.


I will crush you!

Sam flies in to action and does several karate moves.  He chops at TransIgwanIdon.  It laughs.


You are weak, Sam. 


Your sword, Sam!  Nothing can stop you and your sword.


Uh... it's in the shop.


But how can you stop the scourge of Albuquerque with nothing but the robe on your back?


You won't.

MONSTER crushes Sam with fierce Japanese style monster sounds.  Sam is motionless on the floor.  Monster does evil laugh as it raises it's foot for the final blow.




Hold it right there you mechanical menace.

Monster attacks Pam.




I call on the powers of my ancestors... Screamy (pow) Youie (thwack) Kicky (bam) Booty!

MONSTERS charges and hits her open palm.  It hits, stops, pauses and falls.  Pam rushes to Sam.

PAM (cont.)

Sam, Sam. Speak to me.


You saved Albuquerque, Pam, but for me, you are too late.

Sam dies dramatically.  Pam starts to cry.  Sam wakes a moment and struggles for life.  Then he dies again.



Curse you TransIgwanIdon!  Curse you!


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