It’s Saturday night! I had to investigate K.K. Slider’s Saturday live show.
I did a bit of investigating, and the stool I got from Pelly is indeed a tree stump stool. It’s available from 12/1-12/31 according to the official site. While my picture isn’t appropriately themed (balloons and snowy tree stump don’t mix), here it is in all of its holiday glory.
Another badge. I think I’m doing pretty good collecting them. This one is for gardening. I’m already getting sick of watering all my darn flowers, so it’s appropriate. 😉
Pre-Show meet and greet?
Club 444 wasn’t technically open this evening before K.K.’s show. The lights were off. Nevertheless I was able to get inside around 6:30. (I’m not sure what the open hours are). Shrunk was in the club cleaning and setting up before K.K.’s act. He began to reminisce about the good old days and his act on the stage.
If I was interested in his jokes he would show me his act once in a while—not for money. Something to eat would be plenty of payment. I brought him a delicious peach. And true to his word he showed me his act.
Afterward he gave me a joke book. This book stores my “reactions” or emotions or whatever you want to call them. It added a new button on the bottom screen. You can touch the button and then touch whatever reaction. It looks like it stores a lot of them. I only have one right now. I forget what it’s called officially. I shrug and look exasperated. (I like to think of it as my “what the fâ˜…ck ever reaction”.) I didn’t get a pic of it. I’m sure it’ll come up soon.
During the set-up phase you can go up on stage. You can’t access it while K.K. performs. You can switch out the gyroids. If you see one you want, you can bring one of yours, “talk” to the one you want and switch them. I hope Brewster still stores gyroids. I’ve never really cared for them.
I came back at 8PM to listen to K.K.’s act. He didn’t let me choose a song (which is fine because I don’t know their names in Japanese), but just launched into a random number. I took a seat after talking to him and he said he was going to play K.K. Milonga (after which Kokuto and I had a spirited debate about whether Milonga was a real dance/song.) Apparently it’s like the tango.
The credits rolled as K.K. strummed and wailed.
After watching I had a copy of the song in my inventory. I ran home and put it in my tape player that I’ve been hoarding for just such an occasion. I really liked the song until I saw its cover art…