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On their day off, the Tick and Arthur go to Dinosaur Grotto to take a tour of an excavation. Their guide, Dinosaur Neil, takes them to his tent where he displays his experiment in growing dinosaur tissue. He accidentally eats that tissue. The heroes leave and prepare a dinner for Arthur's jaded sister Dot. Dinosaur Neil grows into a dinosaur

At the dinner, the Tick watches the news chronicle the destruction Dinosaur Neil is causing downtown. He has to fight the urge to save the City and stay with Arthur and Dot. Arthur finally caves and he and the Tick ditch Dot to save the City.

Arther figures that a giant aspirin will save Dinosaur Neil. They get a big prescription and the Tick enters Dinosaur Neil's mouth to administer the medicine. After a rough battle with a tongue, the Tick hurls the pill down the throat and hops out. Dinosaur Neil regains his human form and joins the heroes at dinner with Dot.






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This is the series that keeps on giving. It continues with the absurd characters (Dinosaur Neil) and absurd victories (fighting a giant tongue to deliver an aspirin). Yet this episode takes time out of the narrative to deliver an impromptu public service announcement about the history of aspirin and the dangers of kids using it without adult supervision. This PA is perfectly delivered and doesn't take a thing away from the narrative. It is informative and funny and totally in line with the plot,...

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