Partijama: There we go, parts 1 and 2 complete. They were well done live action adaptations of the anime series.
Popo: That’s what I call entertainment, and I should say that again because I just don’t feel like I capitalised all those letters.
Lazlo: You need to capitalize “intelligence,” or, at the very least, “silence.” Nevertheless, it was good to see Migi again.
Partijama: I love the way he uses Shinichi’s computer and reads his books, as if that’s what all right hands are supposed to do; such a studious little one.
Lazlo: That’s some sight to wake up to nonetheless; your arm stretched to ten times its normal length across the room, engaging in research and self-study.
Partijama: Not to mention the lips and eyes.
Popo: All credit to Shinichi for only screaming his head off. If that was me, I would’ve screamed until my head fell off.
Lazlo: In your case, Popo, that would’ve been an improvement. (Popo on his stomach, laughing, arms and legs flapping) Yes, a significant improvement indeed.
Partijama: Migi’s curiosity regarding Bombastykan anatomy was so funny. He had Shinichi splashing around in the tub.
Popo: Oh boy, he really was a miserable one.
Lazlo: I’m sure Murano would agree.
Popo: Yikes, she nearly took his head off. And speaking of heads, the wacky heads are back. Bombastykans did really well to bring that to the “big screen.”
Partijama: The Parasyte-infection scenes made me squirm inside, the way they wriggle into the ears and nostrils.
Popo: And let me just say, before I forget, that you squirm like a boss.
Partijama: Thank you, Razz.
Lazlo: You on the other hand, Popo, squirm like a worm.
Popo: All in the shoulders and hips, my little friend. Watching those Parasytes feed was really good practice.
Partijama: That was a truly macabre sight.
Popo: That part in the school when Shimada went nuts, yeah, that was macabre with a capital M…yeesh!
Partijama: Murano was so lucky to get out of that.
Lazlo: All thanks to Migi’s excellent combat strategies. I would’ve done the same in that situation.
Popo: You know, you and that Parasyte do seem to have a lot in common.
Lazlo: Indeed, we share the same…(freezes with mouth open; eyes narrow)…why you-
Partijama: And look who’s back, from the anime series – Ryoko Tamiya.
Lazlo: She actually seemed a bit colder, more deadly, if that’s possible.
Popo: Wooii, that part when she sliced the pillar as a demonstration to Shinichi was chilling.
Partijama: You didn’t even see her head change, only a stirring of her hair.
Popo: That was impressive. When I saw that, I just thought, “Shinichi, just leave that one alone; walk away, now.”
Lazlo: Enjoy seeing her head change, do you, Popo?
Popo: No, sir…nope.
Partijama: The story behind Shinichi’s mother was a bit different in this compared to the anime, but it was just as tragic; maybe even more so.
Lazlo: Well, on the bright side, it did provide a splendid fight scene.
Partijama: Little Migi couldn’t stay awake for that one. He would’ve been proud of the way Shinichi handled himself; or perhaps, just relieved.
Popo: Shinichi turned super-ninja on that fiend. That was my favourite part of the whole movie.
Lazlo: I liked the way Shinichi used Migi to dispatch Shimada on the roof.
Popo (on his feet, busting a jiggy move): That was my next favourite part. I couldn’t believe my eyes when he did that; hands down, the best home-made bow-and-arrow everrrr!!
Partijama: And the power it generated was breath-taking.
Popo: It looked like a small meteor had crashed into the wall. I tell you, when I saw that part, I just thought – got to get a Parasyte!
Partijama: What would you do with your Parasyte, Razz?
Popo: Glad you asked that question, my friend. Well, first of all, I’d name my little companion, Migi.
Lazlo: How original.
Popo: And then Migi and I will bake up a storm; I’ll use him as a ladle, an egg-beater, a measuring cup-
Lazlo: Bah! You have that highly versatile appendage and all you can think of is…is…a ladle??!
Popo: As if you can do better.
Lazlo: Pfft, with ease. My Migi would become a large non-stick pan, perfect for scrambling eggs and-
Popo: Ahahahaha, a frying pan? Why, your Migi’ll burn right up.
Lazlo: Your low-quality Migi will perhaps, not mine. My Migi transforms into the most powerful, stable kitchen utensils ever. (Leans back, smug smile)
Partijama: That does sound rather impressive.
Popo: Don’t be bamboozled by all that jibber-jabber, Partijama – whoops, nearly bit my tongue saying all that – wait till you see me riding my Migi-scooter all around town like a general.
Partijama: Oh splendid. Which town, Razz?
Popo: Um, one of those down there, near to the beach, (challenging look at Lazlo) so that I can body-surf on my Migi, like a…big general.
Partijama: I’d quite like to see that.
Lazlo: Hmph, your rankings are as laughable as your Migi, Popo. Nevertheless, you’re welcome to body-surf in my shadow to your heart’s content.
Popo: How’s that now?
Lazlo: Well, I’ll be on my Migi-glider, just cruising along, way up above you and all the other water-dwellers, like a mega-general.
Partijama: Oh my, that would be quite a feat.
Popo: Ah, well then, I’ll be sure to wave to you with my left hand when I whizz past on my Migi-rocket and-
Lazlo: Have fun waving to my back as I take to the stars in my Migi-space-craft and-
Popo: My Migi-rocket has much more functionality than your shabby ol’ Migi-craft.
Partijama: Ice-cream anyone?
Lazlo (holds up right hand): Look at this Migi and weep, bard.
Popo (holds up right hand): I do weep for your Migi, but only because it’s pitiful compared to mine.
Lazlo: (Cloud-sofa drifts near to Popo’s) Place your Migi next to mine, for comparison, (villain grin) if you dare.
Popo (presses right hand to Lazlo’s): I do dare, (cocks head, one brow raised) Lord of Laqua.
Partijama: Oh, this is so much fun. Hey, take a look at my Migi. (A holo appears of a giant, monster-Migi that looks like a cross between a snake and a lobster)
Popo/Lazlo: (Wrap Migi’s around each other) Eeeekk!!
Partijama: Whoever thinks my Migi wins, raise your Migi. (Popo and Lazlo, shivering, raise their right hands) Yayyyy, I win. Everyone who wants to do best of three, Migi versus Migi, raise your Migiiiii! (Hands fall in a flash) Anyone care for some ice-cream? (Hands shoot up) Hahaaa, your Migis are up, best of three!