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Seth A. Scope
If there is a polar opposite of Dr. Colin Auskipi, it's Dr. Scope. He does a lot of pro bono work and still makes house calls. He's not the best doctor in the world but he's definitely worth the pro bono charge. Dr. Scope is also Dr. Auskipi's main rival.
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Doctor warns Weebles that wobble may fall down
Second-rate Point Dunes physician, Dr. Seth A. Scope, has published the findings of a two-year study that monopolized most of his free-time and love life. The rambling and mostly incoherent report, highlights the dangers that Weebles face once they begin the act of wobbling. “Sedentary Weebles face a 10% chance of falling down compared to their wobbling counterparts that face a more certain 50% chance.” Explained Dr. Scope. The ridiculous study used thousands of Weebles of all sizes and ages, which played a large role in the doctor being ridiculed and abandoned by his friends and mocked by his girlfriend. “I had to sacrifice a lot for this study. However, I feel that Weeble injuries are becoming an epidemic and we should not ignore the severity of this issue. I’d make the same decisions again. Although, I am a lonely, lonely, man.” He said. Dr. Scope believes in his study and is hoping to stop the madness (and the wobbling). The report reveals that the doctor worked in a controlled environment with the Weebles and scientifically induced their wobbling. It is not known what is causing all of the Weebles to wobble out in society, however, children ages 2-6 are being questioned.