Thomas has forgotten last night to go with Joan to support them to a reading for a stage play Joan had been working on. In the morning, Joan sent him a text reading "where were you last night, F Word Face", and Thomas, who thinks Joan is mad at him, doesn't know how to tell them or if he should tell them the truth at all, that he was on a date with a guy he'd just known while Joan was on their reading. Since Thomas is more inclined to lie to Joan because the truth is too horrible for him to tell them, Roman decides to transport them all to a Mind Palace shaped as a theater where he will assume Joans' form so that Thomas can practice his lying to Joan in the various situations Roman puts in front of Thomas in the form of a play, with Logan as the stage manager, Virgil as the technical operator and Patton as the director.
Did You Know?
Despite the fact that Thomas Sanders
has repeatedly stated in his social media accounts that he is a Whovian, that is, a fan of Doctor Who
(2005), this marks the first time he makes a comedic reference to "Doctor Who" in a work of fiction made by him. Unlike other shows and movies he's a fan of, like Disney movies, or Pokémon
(1997), which he profusely referenced in the "Disney Pranks with Friends" and "Pokémon Pranks" Vines from the Sanders Shorts
(2013) series, he never did a single Vine or short about "Doctor Who", and the only single previous reference he did to "Who" was in Thomas Sanders: Nerds Are Cool
(2014), where he disclosed all the things he is a fan of, "Doctor Who" among them. See more
Sanders! Where were ya on Sunday? We were slammed because you weren't there! I'm gonna start calling you Thomas Slammeders!
Music by Marco Belloni
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