There I was on a game show, and with just one more right answer I'll make a million dollars! But if I get it wrong I only get ten grand.
It was a pop culture question about a television stage name so I decided to go for it. After the game show host asked me the question I drew a blank. I thought to myself well, ten grand is better than nothing. So for my final answer I said, "It's all good man."
Suddenly confetti fell as the host announced, "You've won a million dollar, the answer is in fact Saul Goodman!"
Rules for villains:
Never leave 007 tied up alone; he’ll escape and mess everything up. Just trust me on that!
If you’re anywhere near the Daily Planet news agency and decide to rob a bank it’s imperative you hire people to use every phone booth in a ten block radius.
Villains, when you drive away from a hero chasing you (on foot) drive straight and step on it. If you make a turn you’ll hear a loud thump; that’s the hero jumping on your car. They know all the short cuts. If this happens slam on the breaks, don’t just weave back and forth or you’re duck soup.
Last but not least if you’re a villain in Gotham City blend in, don’t wear flashy distinctive clothing or make up especially improperly applied lip stick. If Super Hero’s don’t know who you are the chances are they’ll just look around and scratch their heads.