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The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate

by on March 11, 2015

Monica glowered at the new orange blob in her pocket-dimensional cell. She hated cross-species cellmates.

“I erased a planet,” she said. “Fifth Temporal War. You?”

A torrent of angry bubbling syllables followed.

“Oh.” The planet had a survivor. It wasn’t happy. “Crap.”


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  1. Kir Piccini permalink

    are you indulging with “Friends” on Netflix? 😉
    this was hilarious.

    • Actually, I’ve never seen Friends; when it comes to sitcoms, I’m more of a fan of Frasier or Everybody Loves Raymond. But I saw Nate’s post in the coffeehouse, and… my imagination went from there. 🙂

      • Kir Piccini permalink

        I love ALL three of those shows. (When I’m not watching Law & Order reruns..LOL)

  2. I can tell you are a Friends fan because of your title. Sides will be deadly in this one I fear.

    • I probably should watch Friends now that I’ve cribbed the title; perhaps after I finish my current viewings of Psych and Babylon Five….

  3. Excellent! I love this stuff. 🙂

  4. Monica seems to deserve that cellmate.

  5. What goes around…

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