Nice job Jack. You may have finally done it this time.
I am talking of course about last night's double-crossing of the German undercover operative. Germans do not take kindly to insults Jack, and this one cannot be ignored as it occurred on international television.
You have one hour of live tv time a week. One. On Monday nights. Couldn't you have screwed him over on a Tuesday or a Wednesday, or on a commercial break for that matter, to allow the Germans to save face?
Oh I know you may have saved a few hundred thousand lives, but at what cost? You have to know that there will be a terrible price to pay for this. Or have you forgotten about the now infamous Hasselhoff Conflict of '98?
I have already uploaded this information to your hand-held, but for the sake of our readers let me briefly refresh your memory:
-October 23, 1998- David Hasselfhoff's new album, I Did It All For KITT, debuts in Germany to rave reviews.
-October 27, 1998- I Did It All For KITT is panned by a Chudsikstani music critic, severely damaging Germanic pride and causing an international incident.
-October 28, 1998- Germany declares war and by the end of the day, the country of Chudsikstan is no more.
Check your maps. It's gone.
Jack, please do not misunderstand me. I am not saying that you could not defeat Germany in an all out war. Obviously you could. Even if they were allied with Italy. Okay, especially if they were allied with Italy. The question is, do you really have the extra half hour to spare right now?