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Samuel In Dolgnwot: Series 2, Episode 9

Here comes episode nine of series two!

With the Dolgnwot Assay Office closed due to the apparent lack of gold in Dolgnwot, Samuel travels to the nearest assay office, which happens to be in Ballarat. The assay officer seems to think that it would be a good idea to re open the Dolgnwot Assay Office.

The Ballarat Assay Office has a clock much like the one we saw in Samuel’s truck in episode four, and it is displaying a time of 10AM.
Samuel In Dolgnwot, Series Two, Episode 9: Samuel visits the nearest assay office, in Ballarat [1]


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#1 Comment By wonko the sane On May 1, 2006 @ 12:07 am

Another stirring installment this week. Although, leaving all that gold lying around seems to be inviting crime.

How much did the golden microphone fetch?

#2 Comment By Samuel On May 1, 2006 @ 12:25 am

Stay tuned, the fate of the microphone will be revealed in a future episode.

Well, now we know what entertainment gossip men Peter Ford and Craig Bennett will be speculating about on the radio this week.

#3 Comment By Chuck A. Spear On May 1, 2006 @ 12:37 am

I don’t want to read too much into things. However, the pile of gold bars on the right, at first glance, has 666 wrtiiten horizontally across it. (Is ‘horizontally across’ an example of tautology?)

Now that my wig has returned to my head, albiet crooked, I can see that it actually says ‘gold’ vertically.

I can’t wait to discover the fate of the golden microphone. This is the best episode yet of Samuel in Dolgnwot.

#4 Comment By Chuck A. Spear On May 1, 2006 @ 12:50 am

Correction – written.

#5 Comment By wonko the sane On May 1, 2006 @ 1:52 am

The assay officer is also a highly sinister character. His dark robes, strange peaked hat and curious jewellery about his neck are strongly suggestive of the occult.

Could there be more to this man than it seems? Could he be using the gold for some dark design to bring ruination and plague to Dolgnwot?

#6 Comment By Samuel On May 1, 2006 @ 2:35 am

Strange Jewellery??? It’s a tie!

#7 Comment By John B1_B5 On May 1, 2006 @ 8:25 am

I see “dogglewort” is still in one piece.
Obviously that disgruntled ‘Blogger’ hasn’t made good on his threat to “destroy Dogglewort” (sic) .

#8 Comment By heatseeker On May 1, 2006 @ 8:56 am

I am just trying to correlate the colours in the chequered pattern with the coffee strengths in the corresponding grid of the latest Coffee-Cup-O-Meter in an effort to decipher the dark secret which is Dolgnwot …

#9 Comment By heatseeker On May 1, 2006 @ 8:59 am

I also find it astounding how those heavy bags apparently defy gravity, as do the two figures .. could this be an indication of some sort of outer space influence?

#10 Comment By Chuck A. Spear On May 1, 2006 @ 4:59 pm

I say that it may well heatseeker. I am going to comb over the script for Plan Nine From Outer Space. This should point us in the right direction.

#11 Comment By wonko the sane On May 2, 2006 @ 4:05 pm

I’ve checked the figures and it appears Dlognwot has a gravity field of more than 15. This would explain why the bags of money can be stacked at such a height and not fall, and also why people go about walking on their heels.