Mirror: Yep. Good times…
Dorkpool: However, a few things have changed. First, the Creepypasta Land Wiki seems to be having…issues, I guess is the best word, based on the homepage, which now uses the words “dick,” “pussy,” “fuck,” and “penis” more than a conversation in a middle school boys’ locker room. Also, not many new stories are being posted on there. So, recently, we’ve getting stories from somewhere else: Geoshea’s Lost Episode Wiki. This is where “Pythor’s Suicide” is, along with many of our more recent Riffs dealing with lost episode stories. While this Wiki is also having its fair share of troubles, it’s more of people writing stories insulting to certain users than vandalizing the front page of the Wiki itself. We’re not going to be Riffing the rude stories. No, today we’re Riffing a story based off of Ninjago. Mirror, if you would so explain?
Mirror: Ninjago is another Lego line with a somewhat complex story that followed BIONICLE. It follows some ninjas and…yeah, that’s all I know.
Dorkpool: Seriously? I thought you knew more.
Mirror: No, you’re thinking of Mirai Ender.
Dorkpool: Oh, right! Duh. Well, anyway, let’s ship two characters and Riff this bitch.
In 2012, the producers of a popular children’s show called Ninjago were trying to make the episodes less cliched, and a bit more unique.
Dorkpool: (Narrator): They figured that perhaps maybe the entire story could take place inside a giant robot. After all, it worked once.
Before long, an episode entitled “Jay and Nya, Forever.” was sent to the interns so they could check it out, correct any mistakes etc.
Mirror: Because who needs editors, amirite?
It started out like any other Ninjago ep, a recap of the previous adventure, the Ninja introducing themselves to the audience, and Sensei Wu reading out the title of the ep.
But the weird thing about this was that the episode was actually entitled “I’m Sorry, Nya.”
Dorkpool: (Jay): I’m sorry, Nya, but I’m in love with Sensei Wu!
It started out with the Ninjas, standing on the deck of their ship, Destiny’s Bounty. They were just standing, not saying anything, peering over the side, looking at the sky below them.
Jay, the blue Ninja, suddenly picked up his nunchucks and gave them to his girlfriend, Nya. “Use them.” he said, before going below deck.
The scene cut to black for three minutes, and a white noise could be heard.
When the picture came back, it was black and white. Jay was standing next to a bed. Nya was in it, apparently asleep. She was actually dead. Jay looked heartbroken. He kissed Nya’s forehead, and whispered: “I’m sorry, Nya.”
Dorkpool: (Jay): I had to kill you. No one else could know that I’m secretly a brony.
He looked at the camera, staring with a hollow expression straight at the audience. Then, he began to cry. Jay fell to his knees, his sobbing becoming more and more realistic. It was horrifying to listen to.
The crying sound continued, but the picture changed. Everyone got flashing views of children being kidnapped, men being tortured, and women being molested.
This went on for the majority of the ep, until the last five minutes, when the camera cut back to Jay. He wasn’t crying.
Mirror: (Narrator): He was dancing.
He was just staring at the screen, his eyes expressionless, but a disturbing smile plastered across his face.
There was a sound like fairground music, and quite suddenly, the screen cut to black for about three seconds. When Jay came back on screen, his eyes were missing, a splatter of blood in each empty socket. The words “They took my eyes” appeared on the screen, followed by black.
Dorkpool: You know, I have to say, your plan of making the episode less cliché is failing like a Fantastic Four reboot.
Slowly, some white text appeared on the screen. It read: “You are next.” A pair of red eyes appeared on the screen, and then the episode ended.
It’s said that a number of Ninjago staff committed suicide after watching the video, and so did two members of the LEGO team.
Mirror: (Narrator): So that’s why the sets suck now.
The video has that effect on anyone who watches it. It has been deemed too dangerous, and all copies of it have been destroyed. I was only able to catch fragments of the original detail, and put them together, posting this online. If that is only part of the story, then who knows what the rest is like...
Dorkpool: Slightly pornographic?
Dorkpool: This story sucks.
Mirror: If your aim was to be less cliché, you missed the mark by quite a bit. We have creepy smiles, realistic crying, blood, a lack of eyes, red eyes, blood, interns, you get the idea. Cliché everywhere. And, honestly, this didn’t need to be a Ninjago lost episode. You could’ve done this with most any other show out there. I personally feel that a lost episode should be tailored to the show it’s a lost episode of. If the basic story can be used on any other show and still make sense, then you’ve got a problem. And why is the title “Imsorrynya.avi?” Why is there an .avi? It’s not a .avi file, so what’s the point?
Dorkpool: There are good things. The story isn’t very long, so it doesn’t drag. It’s not the worst Ninjago lost episode story (that honor goes to “Pythor’s Suicide” for literally plagiarizing “Squidward’s Suicide”), and the spelling and grammar are pretty good. However, it’s still a cliché lost episode story. But that’s what we think. What do you guys think? Was the story good? Was the Riff good? Do you wish we’d be next? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.