RHYS: How much for the PEANUT DEUS EX MACHINA MACHINE?
GWC: Fifty VARIOUS MONIES.
You check your WALLET ANALOGUE. Only 49. Dang.
RHYS: How much would you give me for this... SAUCY LITERATURE.
GWC: What's the centerfold?
RHYS: (Checking) It's... oh my... SAMBAL KACANG.
GWC: Ooooooh. I'll give you one VARIOUS MONIES for it.
RHYS: Done. Here's 49 more VARIOUS MONIES and I'll take the P.D.E.M.M!
YOU LOSE: SAUCY LITERATURE
YOU GAIN: 1 VARIOUS MONIES
YOU LOSE: 50 VARIOUS MONIES
YOU GAIN: PEANUT DEUS EX MACHINA MACHINE
RHYS: Is... is this a LUNCHBOX?
GWC: Yes, but it's what's inside that counts. I don't know what's inside, beyond the fact that it's peanut based or peanut related. It's based on the HEISENBERG UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE as applied to a NANO-PEANUT MATRIX. If at some point you are completely stuck beyond the shadow of hope, whip that thing open and presto--- exactly what you need. Or, at least, an item or items of possible need. Probably. Unless you look.
RHYS: How do you even make something like this?
GWC: Son, I've been working on peanuts for my whole life. It all built up to that device. It was a tough nut to crack, but---
RHYS: Whatev's. Let's move on. Which way to FORT FERRIS?
GWC: You were heading the right direction. Just keep going like you were going.
RHYS: OK. Finally---
RHYS: WHAT IS UP WITH THAT FREAKING SAND WORM?
GWC: Hum? Oh, they're attracted to peanuts. I usually have to... slice and dice.
RHYS: Does this happen often?
GWC: Increasingly... recently.
>Temporarily exit CANON