Richard: No, I think I will hate Halloween. Come on, they already made me put on these ridiculous clothes on an ordinary day, what do you think they would make me wear on Halloween? I hate Hello Kitty.
David: Woa, why such a strong reaction to a fictional cat?
Rick: *glares at Marge*
Gille: It sounds fun. But really, after visiting the Dark Kingdom, Halloween will give me the creep. I mean, how do I know the fantasized identity is their costume or their true identity?
Rick: Bravo Gil! The kids in Kalas will be terrified!
Dave: *snorts* Because you said so? Make it fun and they won't be terrified.
Brig: What's in the Dark Kingdom?
Gil: Trust me, you don't want to know.
Brig: There's a good side of Halloween, you know.
Rick: Such as?
Brig: For one day, people can live out to be someone they want to, even it's unrealistic.
Marge: Yeah, and no one will judge your appearance. If anything, they would say "hey, you look cool. Nice costume." whereas normally, they wouldn't even talk to you. You know, prejudice based on apperance doesn't really exist on Halloween.
Gil: That's true.
Rick: Sorry, I'm not seeing your point. I really can't imagine that peole will look at me in Hello Kitty suit and don't judge.
Dave: You never know until you try. Why don't you try it and see?
Everyone laughs but Rick.
Rick: You would do a much more fabulous job than I would. It matches your personality, you know. Oh, yeah, you can even be a radio.
Dave: I'm not the one talking a lot.
Dave: Your case is just too exceptional to miss :D
Marge: Hey Rick, you know a lot of women will dress up, many in skanky outfit. Imagine maid, teacher, pirate....all these sex kittens walk around on that day.
Brig hoots with laughter. Marge smirks while Gil is trying so hard to contain his laughter.
Rick: Hmpf, I don't need a Halloween day to see women lack of clothes.
Marge: So skilled, eh?
Rick: No, it would be like torture. They dress to be seen, not to be touched. I prefer my woman to dress for me.
Gil: *coughs* My woman?
Dave: *face red* Brig, you're not really going to dress these outfits, are you?
Brig: Why not? I'll look sexy.
Dave: You always do. I just have to kill any man that look at you in these clothes.
Brig: Chill, Dave. We don't have Halloween :D
Rick: *totally ignores Gil's comment* So yeah, Halloween is a bad idea. Whew, Dave, at last, we're on the same boat.
Dave: *raises eyebrow* How so? I wasn't thinking what you were thinking.
Rick: How do you know what I was thinking?:P
Betty: You guys are no fun. I wore a pair of red horns last night.
Rick: Yeah, while wearing a white dress and black coat.
Gil: People complimented your elegancy :)
Betty: Elegant! Don't you see I'm demonic?
Dave: *snorts* Betty, you can be an elegant demon :D
Marge: Well, I think you looked fine. But no, that didn't look really demonic. Try skanky red dress next time.
Brig: And a pitchfork.
Betty: I prefer a scythe :)
Marge: Sure, that would be cool.
Rick, Dave, and Gil: What's wrong with these women? They don't want to be elegant?
Betty: Hey! It's Halloween, it's supposed to be scary.
Dave: Really? So these sex kittens who dress like maid or waitress are supposed to be scary?
Betty: That's not the point.
Brig: We can be whatever we want. Betty intended to look outrageous, not sexy.
Gil: So? You can be outrageously elegant.
Marge and Brig: They don't get it.
Gil, Dave, and Rick: They don't get it.
Betty: Maybe it's a good thing we don't have Halloween. So, who wants cookies?