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I'm thinking about writing a mystery series with Gary as the lead. It'll take place in the mid-2000s when Gary was at his best (as far as literary interest goes). I'm pretty sure there's a good market for this. Without giving away too much this will include appearances by Homeless Joe and Asian Maryland Fan at Cameron as well.
Anyone want to help me come up with a few storyboards?
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I think you'll be hard pressed to keep coming up with ways for crucial clues to turn up at golf courses
See, that's the thing: you can't stumble upon clues if you never took to stumbling.
The only thing coming to mind are MFF sex scenes set in Dewey Beach.
He'd get to the bottom of this chicken wing shortage, that's for sure.
His arch-nemesis has his secret lair at DeMatha, the only place Gary would never look.
Has to involve at least one storyline where the crime is committed by "Gary Williams," and our hero has to go to crazy lengths to prove his own innocence, only to find out that he was framed for the crime actually committed by Gary Williams from Plano Texas.
Every episode ends with him trying to prove his long standing theory that there "REALLY is a hole in the bottom of his glass at Bentleys"
Cluck U-Pac should definitely work with him in some capacity.
Jimmy Patsos as comic relief.
Three week story arc where Chris McCray was missing class because he was exhausted from being out all night fighting crime, knocking criminals out with his flat jumpers.
Keith Booth gets killed in an early episode, for no real reason...
[Hogie]Gary should have given us Agatha Christie-caliber mysteries, but instead he gave us Nancy Drew.[/Hogie]
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
The Mystery of the Missing Five Stars
Epilogue of him sabotaging Yow's hopes at a crime fighting career
Shane Battier's Senior Night has been found murdered. Suspect on the loose.
From the second she walked in my door, I knew she was trouble. So Travis Garrison slapped her in the face. The End.
A story about how his lack of recruiting was actually due to him trying to destroy Jim Calhoun after the Rudy Gay recruitment.
"The drummer for Maryland's pep band just freaked out: 'They're trying to slow the game down,' he screamed. 'Get up on them, get up on them.
I for one look forward to a series of novels about Gary just being out there doing his thing.
I'd say a later episode after he inexplicably calls a TO when a player makes a last second shot to win the game
Keep 'em coming guys, this is great.
There definitely has to be one episode in which Gary is hot on the trail of the villain but gets gunned down. The gunman thinks he's in the clear, only to have Gary pop out and nab him. "Horsefeathers! It's that dick, Gary Williams! How'd he get me? I thoughts I bumped him off just minutes ago!" But it turns out the bullets only found their way through a few millimeters of cardboard.
The Case of Braxton Dupree's Disapearing Hands
It was a dark and stormy night. In other words, the weather sucked.
Gary Williams & the Case of What to Do with Bigs?
I was up against my most determined foes yet...the Mike Jones Mafia.
The Greivis/Eric Hayes buddy-cop spinoff is going to make me a millionaire.
Patent pending, patent pending!
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