OK, so it’s an automatic window washer?
Right, it’s an automatic window washer. Now, what is our hero going to do about it? And where is Holly?
He must have hit the collision sensor. Engineers, gotta love em’!Now all he needs a glass cutter…
I like how Wally’s tail is all fluffed up.
I hope this means she has gecko-style climbing powers, otherwise this is gunna be a short trip to the past.
They are going to step off the ledge and onto a flat floor. The ship will reappear and they will find Holly eating her fill.(Sorry, folks. There’s no more bacon.)
are they about to have a close brush w/ death?
Remember that scene with Neo in the first Matrix movie, when he was trying to learn how to control the matrix?
Grabbing Chic from Kirbee he tosses him at the window washer…..which has an automatic bird avoidance feature.Wally is about to see how good a ditto wrangler he really is……
I figure that Wally has just enough control of the local dittos that he might be able to create a solid platform they can step onto.
Kirby is getting cuter and cuter with each strip.
♫Sometimes you’re the windscreen; sometimes you’re the fly♫
I hear you knocking, but you can’t come in…
Kirbee can lift Wally and hold him so had reach around and turn the machine off. There’s got to be a switch.
This is torture. Did anyone else know we’ll have to wait until NEXT YEAR to see what happens?
Aaron Neathery hinted we’re in for a dramatic and emotional roller coaster of a story from this point on. Strap yourselves in, folks, this is going to be one dangerous ride. Yee-HAA!
I’m ready to go anywhere upon your magic swriling ship, my senses have been stripped, my toes too numb to step, cast your dancing spell my way, I’m ready to under it. Coffee turtle, how do you make those music notes?plus, I guess I left off parts somehow.
Maybe there’s a maintenance door inside the hole. It would have to open out into a hall or room. Unless it’s locked to prevent burglars. But then Wally should be able to make ditto constructs to pick locks.
There does seem to be some sort of access panel on the Roomba window washer.
A good argument for ditto construction is that apparently Wally didn’t hear the window cleaners. Perhaps he’ll be able to assert some control before their search mission gets scrubbed.
Robots don’t maintain themselves. There should be a maintenance hatch where the robot stays when not cleaning windows. There is probably a safety interlock that prevents the door from opening unless the robot is in the storage area though.