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Piemerican Magazine Index
2000-Present, Piemerica
Screen Door | Regular Door

Commentary:
Originally Piemerican Magazine's Guide to Summer the title was tentative until the magazine was actually released in December of 2002 and it was considered not just late, which was the original idea as it was written at the end of summer 2001, but Way too Late.
Scene(s) Missing is a running gag in Boo! Bub? Boo. Bluh? and one version of the movie script contained mostly that. Scene(s) Missing even made it into the AudiOcular Manifestation. It is actually inspired by an occurance of itself on The Simpsons episode Wild Barts Can't Be Broken.
Steam Puppets are a running gag in Piemerica and this is their first appearance.
Textable Accord is the best tasting part of a book.
Wolf Man Jack's name appears thanks to my enjoyment of a sketch on the Upright Citizens Brigade where there was a man selling Wolf Man Jack doorbells.
"When the noose becomes the latest fashion it won't last long." is a lesson from 11/6/02
The name Gilgsvigor E. Tout (not the character) was also used in the Piemerican RPG The Golden Log & reappears in Piemerican Magazine #3. The name was accidentally funny and wasn't intended to have E. Tout sound like "eat out."
After the book Lesson Mania! is released the sun has a reason to get up in the morning as noted in issue 3.

Links:
HTML Version
Boo! Bub? Boo. Bluh? The Movie (Cruel Version) Comic & Video
Steam Puppets at Running Gags
Mr. T at Running Gags
Definition of Textable Accord

Lessons November 2002
The Golden Log
Lesson Mania!
Wolf Man Jack Doorbell on uprightcitizens.org