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0482: No Harm in Rivals 18th Mar, 2019

0482: No Harm
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Author Notes:
Mel Cormac edit delete
Mel Cormac
Ty, are you sure? Ty, I have to say your name, Ty, because you haven’t shown up in three years, and readers may have forgotten your name, Ty.

Says a lot about me that the biggest mystery story I can muster is "who punched Jon?"
User comments:

RazorD9 edit delete reply
All we know is that the guy is a bastard, which is also usually used to address a male individual, even though it is a gender neutral term for anyone who's parents are not married upon conceiving the individual. No a days it is a term that is used for a rather unpleasant or lowly male individual. In conclusion, it is most likely a male individual that dared to strike Jon.

Would seem rude to bring back Ty just to punch Jon and it is very hard to believe Paul would do it, especially since I keep imagining him in his clown costume, make up and all.
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
Punched by a Clown: the much less popular CBS series
anonymous coward (Guest) edit delete reply
Assuming that Jon was punched in the face may be a simple and obvious guess about what happened, but there are other, plausible guesses worth considering. For instance, which wall, floor, piece of furniture, or other immobile obstacle did the boys pick a fight with while fully soused? Who dared Jon to do something stupid while drunk (was it himself)? Did Jon have a drinking problem that resulted in him smashing his own shnozz with the glass? Did he try playing fetch with a rugby ball that bounced up off the turf?

P.S. I bet some of the readers have already forgotten Kevin's * name since the last time it came up.

P.P.S. The first time I looked at the post title I wondered if it was missing the letter E before the final M.

* I do know that "Kevin" is not his name. Sheesh, like I'd forget that these four characters are named Joe, Kim, Thomas and Peter.
Mel Cormac edit delete reply
Mel Cormac
I love the idea of Jon missing a throw so badly he hits himself in the face

Also your final note made me laugh so much and I don't know why :'D
Matthew Jones (Guest) edit delete reply
What a bastard is a red herring. And the call from J Edgar Hoover was for me.