Dad got up a couple minutes later, and started looking through the records sitting beside the TV (yeah, records), showing several to Mom and asking her if she remembered them. Then pretty much out of nowhere he asks me of I can look for a record for him. In his words, it sounded like "Arrol". Knew what he was talking about then, but didn't want to give away too much, so I told him I didn't know what he was talking about, and Mom stepped in saying he meant "Arrow". No, Mom, that isn't the name of the record.
Heh. Just had supper (which was pretty much 5 minutes at the table :s), but before we all sat down, I asked Dad if there was any other name for the record, and once again, Mom says "I think it was "The Point", right?"
However, I'm not even going to bother looking for it, because I've already paid for one, and am just waiting for it to be shipped out~ Thing is, the email I got from them said to expect 2 or 3 business days for shipping, and given that I bought it on Friday night / Saturday morning, it won't even have gone out yet.
Bridge to the Turnabout is pretty much at a standstill right now though. Last I knew, I was stuck trying to find some contradiction to what Iris said about it having already stopped snowing at the time of the murder. According to Phoenix, if that's true, then there's a massive hole in her story (I can't remember exactly what he says right now), but finding it is another thing entirely.
The thing that happened with Godot though was rather sad. Just the bit Phoenix says. Something like "I can see him shaking, and not from caffeine overdose".
By far the biggest mystery still though is whether Maya's alright or not. The question of why there are 5 locks on the door isn't really important anymore, but they're still creepy.
There is actually one new question I have though. If the true killer is who I think it is, then what's going to happen to Iris and / or Pearls? They both played a part in the murder (although more unknowingly in Pearls' case), but once again, if the real killer is who it seems to be right now, how are they going to hand down a guilty verdict to someone who's already dead? Perhaps they could give it to Morgan Fey, seeing as for all purposes, she seems to be the one who was behind everything all along, but that seems rather unlikely. It would make one hell of an ending (sort of for the same reason that was outlined in the Mask*DeMasque case), but it still seems unlikely.
So maybe I'll figure out what the contradiction in the current testimony is when I get home tonight, and get a bit further. Given that I don't have to be there 'till 9 though, I think I'll go back to Super Mario Galaxy for a bit longer. The levels (or galaxies) themselves seem to be crossing that point between fun and frustrating, just like in Mario 64, but it can't be all bad, can it?