I’m standing in the mouth of a giant tuna fish. Looking forward through a curtain of teeth, I can see I’m underwater and heading toward the deep unknown. The fish itself has been gabbing the entire time, narrating our voyage with the charm of a Saturday morning cartoon character. We’re on a mission to retrieve a bronze key located somewhere in a giant, flooded cabin. Still, the problem isn’t the key’s hiding place—I’ve already spotted it sitting on a nearby shelf—the problem is that I’m a tiny puppet with tiny puppet hands, and I need to open a very normal-sized door.
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