You’d expect this one to be a little foggy for me, since it has been almost two weeks since I finished it, but oh no. You don’t forget a story like this. Forget the title. It’s nonsense, and essentially an in-story quip. This story is told in the first person by a hilariously self-absorbed and weird-looking actor looking to break his career wide open with a feature. And once again, I find that the stories set in the modern world are much more enjoyable for me in this short-form anthology (which is continuing to surprise me!).