>>120158667>not like there's much to talk about
Apart from one of the most damning pieces of evidence for Danger's sexuality that nobody realized.
Why were all the villains suddenly lovestruck in There's Something About Scarlett? Even if Scarlett is one of the sexiest actors in the world, none of them had any motive whatsoever to care about her. Dr. Loocifer literally turned her into a toilet with no remorse and no intention of making her his bride/queen a few episodes prior and Badboy is an anarchist so he shouldn't care about approval from a law abiding, conventionally attractive celebrity, the Camembear and Tsarfish showed no prior interest in her either, it comes out of fucking nowhere.
Scarlett obviously isn't used to this kind of attention because she doesn't have any bodyguards with her on the dates, so it's implied she generally feels safe going out and this is the first time these guys have confronted her despite apparently being madly in love with her.
Also funny how Danger Mouse's initial reaction to Penfold and Scarlett in danger isn't surprise or worry despite one of his confirmed fears being Penfold's safety, instead he says>Ah, there it is!
like he was expecting it.
But none of this proves shit right? Might as well just be retarded headcanon?
Enter Baron Penfold. The Twystyverse is directly parallel to the normal universe. Whatever, or whoever, Penfold loves, Baron Penfold must hate. See where I'm going with this?
Danger Mouse paid all those guys to help him fuck up the dates so Scarlett and Penfold would break up because he's a jealous closet homo.Look ma I'm theoryposting like the funny red hat corgi