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But he is a genius and probably the only one who can figure this out. Even to this day, I still bark whenever I see a squirrel. And forget about what I do when I’m near a fire hydrant. I know precisely what happened! Someone has found the Imaginasium and used it to sabotage these stories. I invented it years ago. But the government shut the project down. As you can see. It really works. Woo Games hoo Games hoo! Imagination is a force that never dies. It’s possible to manipulate someone else’s figments. With the Imaginasium. You can do it! Hm, so what is your suggestion, Professor? Do you really think it might be possible to put the stories back into their original state? Well, I might have a solution, but first I need Pascal’s help with an experiment I’ve been working on. I knew this was going to happen. And you can forget it! No! I’m shocked that the electricity in his body is not flowing to the light bulb on his head. Yeah, that is unusual. Maybe there’s not enough current? In regards to your problem, Chateau. Something sparked an idea! Could it be the smell of my burning flesh that sparked it!?! J’ai mal ála tete. Please, Pascal! Do not interrupt the Professor. We have only hours to reverse the changes to the figments of Jules Verne’s imagination. Or else they’ll be permanently etched into history that way. Drastic times call for drastic measures. So I propose sending someone inside. And then what? You see, Jules Verne was way ahead of his time. He secretly hid in each of his stories one of his most incredible inventions. This amazing advancement is a breakthrough of truly revolutionary technology! Don’t tell me don’t tell me! Okay, I know. I’m going to guess that he invented the Internet! No. Was it the nose Games hair trimmer? No. I can’t feel my legs. Chicken nuggets? No! I give up. Shutting down and starting up again. Oh. See? Jules Verne invented the reset button! Shut down and start up. Oh, yeah, I see! And how exactly does this help us?


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