StrongBrush1 wrote: »
Wouldn't Satan also want to release Sam X, too? Nitpicking aside, That sounds pretty cool.
Gohaku wrote: »
:mad:THAT'S IT!!! I can't take it anymore!!! What's gonna happen next!!! I need to know!!! Do Sam and this Max get along? Maybe .....
Are all who died REALLY DEAD? Why are there 2 endings??? WHAT DOES THAT FREAKIN BABY LOOK LIKE???
Why does my mind feel so thoroughly F****D?!?!
Nintendo Boy1 wrote: »
I found out there were to ending because Jake (the director) and Chuck (the designer) had to diffrent view on an ending so they just implented both. I would doubt those who died are REALLY dead. For all we know they'll somehow come back. (I'm certain Sal is.) Just think positive.
Bunnyman wrote: »
Also while we're at it, Chuck said [paraphrased] Max has a hive mind and shares the same thoughts and feelings as any other instance of Max. We don't need to be concerned that "this Max" is different than the other.
I don't think Telltale is going to spend a season trying to undo/redo the events of the past season. Although I can see a bit of dialogue in 401. Also I think many of the characters who died are popular enough to return (i.e. Sal, Stinky)
Max: "It's too bad I don't have any unexplainable physic powers to help with the case, Sam"
Sam: "But didn't having those physic powers cause you to... you know...
Max: "What is it Sam?"
lombre wrote: »
So I was thinking, and if they decide to do a time-travel thing for Season 4, I would love to be able to go back to 1971 and cause the cancellation of Culture's Clubhouse. It'd be hilarious if Sam & Max were the ones to not only ruin Brady's show, but also secure that the Soda Poppers show continued without competition.
queen_of_the_lobsters wrote: »
That would require the Soda Poppers showing up again. No thank you!
tabstis wrote: »
Just clearing up the Satan thing.
SATAN is the Devil - when he says he'll be seeing them soon, it's because they'll die within the next hundred years or so. :rolleyes:
jaden551 wrote: »
yes he was but then he let superball take over after spatula died
Ashton wrote: »
Didnt S+M kinda kill Mr Spatula...? and in what epp did Superball become VP?
Scnew wrote: »
I really don't want to see the season be about finding/resurrecting the original Max, or Sam and the new Max not getting along, or anything like that. Half of this season was already like that. 302 barely had the real Sam and Max. 303 started with Sam alone, then Sam and Sammunmak, then Sam and Max's brain. 305 didn't have the real Max in it at all. A lot of these suggestions sound like you want episode 306 instead of 401. I fully expect (and want) the next season to start with a call from the Commisioner like nothing was ever wrong. References to Season 3, of course, but not a whole new season built around the last one.
Player_2 wrote: »
You can leave the room, Shref.
(Just kidding. But honestly, a FEW YEARS?! Who CARES if it's boring and stale, I JUST WANT IT SOON.)
tabstis wrote: »
I had some ideas in my head for a fourth season. It basically starts off with Sam and Max saving the city from a brand new villain (who then turns out to be the villain of episode 3) and then it turns out they are famous.
New characters include a reporter following them, an obsessive Max stalker, an evil rich nemesis, a mad scientist who lives between dimensions and a girl who is looking for her father.
Episode 1 revolves around some paradoxes that are appearing across the city as the result of meddling. Sam and Max spend the two episodes searching for the cause behind these and some other shady plots involving the reporter as the villian of the first episode.
At the end of episode 2, an apocalypse occurs as a result of Grandpa Stinky's actions and the whole city is destroyed. Sam and Max meet the scientist guy and spend Episode 3 putting it right, discovering that the first villain is behind it.
In Episode 4, everything is back to normal before the apocalypse and Sam and Max must confront a returning villain in the form of a vengeful General Skun-ka'pe. The episode ends as Max's stalker finally blackmails him into marrying her, creating a union of pure evil.
Episode 5 involves Sam attempting to break up the wedding before it can occur but fails - resulting in a scene where he breaks into the church to stop it when they are interrupted by Papierwaite.
Papierwaite blames Sameth and Maximus for all the bad things that have happened to him, and with Norrington finally gone and Max busy, he has won the election and is president. Papierwaite sends Sam and Max to the dark dimension as he prepares to destroy the planet and escape on Skun-ka'pe's ship.
There, they must make their way back as the mad scientist is revealed to be the girl's father, General Skun-ka'pe discovers he has a son on his home planet, the evil rival perishes and Sal and Stinky meet again in a parallel universe. Finally, with help from Satan, they return and stop Papierwaite.
At the last moment, Papierwaite is backstabbed by none other than the original Max who plans to destroy the world anyway, bitter at being replaced. At the last moment, the Sam from the alternate timeline shows up and leaves with him, solving the paradox and sealing the dimensions.
Thus, all the loose ends are tied up. Papierwaite is put in the dark dimension with Norrington again, much to both of their dismay and locked there for eternity.
But that's just all my ideas...
GeorgeC wrote: »
If max dies in the last episode, how does he come back from the time machine if he is really dead?