Fantasy dinner party

In which I will be serving up scallops with a hint of pop culture.

William Adama John Marston Kayleigh from Firelfly and Bartimaues at a dinner party

Most of my dinner parties are fictional, I’m really struggling to remember a real-life one I’ve either attended or hosted. I’m not sure what this says about myself, perhaps I am on a list of wanted dinner guests…least wanted. So without a real one to get a bottle of wine for, I may as well host one for a bunch of imaginary diners.

Invites have been accepted and dinner is ready to be served, so please allow me to introduce my guests (if you can’t guess already):

William Adama (Battlestar Galactica): Bound to have some fantastic anecdote, don’t suppose he will complain about the food either. Especially after living on algae for a while. Does have a tendency to get a bit stroppy now and then when things aren’t going his way.

John Marston (Red Dead Redemption): One of the most courteous and polite ex-criminals in fiction. Will provide plenty of discussion about doing the right thing in difficult situations and how best to skin wild animals.

Bartimaeus (Bartimaeus Trilogy): As long as the Djinn doesn’t try to kill us all, he will regale us with tales from antiquity (along with humorous footnotes to the conversation).

Kaylee Frye (Firefly): All she has to do is talk, I don’t care about what…just want to listen to that voice.

Geralt of Rivia: If the party is going to go on late into the night then I’m going to need a drinking buddy, I just need to make sure that (as Mrs G says) he doesn’t take any opportunity to get naked.

Ron Swanson: I’m going to need to serve my guests quality food and liquor so I’m going to need an expert to help stop me serving food that my food eats

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Author: geekergosum

Ah, so you worked out the riddle. You just needed to use dwarfish and the doors to Geek Ergo Sum opened. Or perhaps you just used Google. Either way you are here, on my little corner of the Internet.

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