Last time, on GOT HAM, the murder of the prominent Swine family shook the city. But detectives Gordon James and Marv Hamhock confronted a suspect, eventually killing him. When evidence linking the deceased suspect to the murders was found in his apartment, the case was closed, and James and Hamhock were hailed as heroes. But this is where the plot thickens, like a delicious honey glaze…
A strange young man pays a visit to two honest officers who are separate from the city police department. They are instead part of the MCU.
The Minority Cops Unit.
Oswald Cobblepork, who we have previously seen in the employ of minor crime boss Fish Money, tells the officers that he saw his boss with a pearl necklace shortly after a visit from Marv and Gordon. He then heard her discussing how to get that pearl necklace into Mario Pepper’s home. The implication is clear: the cops worked with the mob to frame a small-time crook for the murder of the century, then silenced him forever.
And in case the implication wasn’t clear enough, the female MCU officer goes to Gordon James’ fiancée’s fancy apartment to tell her exactly that. This scene provides a way for James to find out about the set up, and also to suggest the fiancée and the officer have a past. A potentially sexy past.
With that scene out of the way, James decides to investigate the potential framing on his own, and does the only thing he can. Continue reading →
Let’s check in with our friends over at Finding Bigfoot.
Note: Not actually our friends.
For those of you unaware of these intrepid explorers, Finding Bigfoot is a show on, of all stations, Animal Planet. It follows the four people shown above as they investigate Bigfoot sightings and try to, as the title suggests, find him.
The group, members of the Bifgoot Field Researchers Organization, has been in existence since 1995 while the show has been on the air continuously since 2011. Which means, among other things, that the organization dedicated to researching Bigfoot in the field was able to financially support itself for 15 years. Continue reading →