Toilet Gator Chapter Notes – Chapter 42


Poor Countess Cucamonga.  She had to deal with so many losers in her life, just to get to the big time, from the crazy perv stalker Freddie to her sleazy manager Irving.

Do you think fame is worth it?


Toilet Gator Chapter Notes – Chapter 41


I love this chapter.

There’s so much noise when something bad happens.  Everyone needs to shout.  Everyone gets in the way. Pay attention to me!

It makes it hard for authorities to weed through the nonsense in order to find the few kernels of good information that can help bust a case wide open.

Maude’s been fielding crazies all day and to her, Professor Lambert seems like another one.  Unfortunate, because he’s laid it all out there, but to a woman who just heard a cat get accused of being a murderer, her ability to suspend disbelief is gone.

Technically, Maude’s not wrong for not taking Lambert seriously and Lambert’s not wrong for threatening to go to the press.  It’s just one of those unfortunate misunderstandings.

It’s an alligator, not a crocodile! Don’t be ridiculous!

Toilet Gator Chapter Notes – Chapter 39


Boy, love is hard.  Break-ups are harder. I suppose none of us knows how long we’re going to have the things that are most important to us, so cherish them while you can.

Just keep in mind that whenever you see a guy who is angry, mad, down on his luck, he might have a story like Cole’s.  Maybe his wife left him the same day on dog bit his leg off too.

Toilet Gator Chapter Notes – Chapter 37


You plan and plan and plan but sometimes you have one of those days that will put your life on the wrong path and change everything forever.  Maybe you don’t realize it at the time or maybe you do but regardless, as the years go by, you start to remember your years in terms of the time before that day and after that day.

Cole is having one of those days.  Have you ever had one of those days?

Was Cole right to go at Old Mongo alone?

Toilet Gator Chapter Notes – Chapter 36


The 2000s have been odd.  Music and fashion never really changed so there’s no signposts where you might go, “Oh that’s so 2000s!” or “That’s so 2010s!”  Technology is way better since 2000 but it has been getting steadily better over the past 20 years.

Anyway, it was just fun to see that Cole, Rusty and Haskell were talking about things they thought would be around forever – Blockbuster and Borders, for example.

What’s something around today that you don’t think will be here in ten years?