Chateau Grief 326

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Chateau Grief 326

Xander: Oh yeah, I remember. He hit the stove…

Grant: You nailed him to the stove?!

Xander: Don’t take that tone with me.

Narration(Xander): Seven bodies in the basement and he still shakes with horror that I’d deliberately cause Shane extensive pain.

Narration(Xander): Pain unto death. Hoping it would kill the man.

Narration(Xander): After what Shane did last night? Those deaths were personal for him.

Narration(Xander): What’s the hurry? I’ll just have to kill him if he’s not already dead. She’ll never forgive me either way.

Narration(Xander): Why does it have to be my responsibility?

Narration(Xander): How much death do I have to deal before people are satisfied with me? All of it?

Xander: Oh come on! It’s not too bad!

Xander: A little mangled maybe where he’s tried to pry it off the stove with a shovel.

Xander: Look, he’s safe and sound just like I left him.

Xander: Does stink a bit.

Xander: Like a cheap burger shop.

Author Notes:

Yeah, well.

Episode Recap: Well Xander’s having like a total EMP sensory failure of the old array here because he’s still wandering around the garden with Grant pretending he doesn’t know exactly what’s up with Shane. Anyways he starts to break it to Grant, sorta gently, for Xander. Grant is horrified. Xander, who gets that a lot, snaps villainously back at Grant and Grant drops his flashlight and takes off in the indicated direction. Doesn’t look like Xander’s all that keen on following him. Xander’s big on delay here, so he reminds the audience that Shane’s winning the bodycount in this comic so far, and that probably deserves mega torture in Xander’s book. Then we get why he’s doing the song and dance. He’s gotta kill Shane to prevent another seizure induced natural disaster for the island. And he doesn’t want to. Kore’s reaction is irrelevant here. Xander doesn’t want to kill Shane. So he’s alive. At least. But he’s in bad shape. If you can’t figure out what’s happened, I’m not going to spell it out for you.