Jeremy Keith, Eric Meyer, Aaron Walters, Jared Spool, Luke Wroblewski, Jeffrey Zeldman and Dan Cedarholm are in a large dungeon cell with a giant, bloody hook hanging in it. Jared and Luke are staring at the hook. Eric and Jeremy are at the cell door, where Andy Clarke is on the far side looking inside.
Jeremy?! What are you all doing in there?
Andy! It's the IE6 browserbots! They've gone mad! You've got to get us out of here!
They said they're going to "mess up our box model," whatever that means.
I'm not really sure that bored terror is the sort of emotion you should design for... but it's well done.
That hook is way too high to conveniently impale someone on. They should really do some user research.
In this case, I'm ok with poor usability.
I told you not to taunt them with transforms, but would you listen? Noooooo!
I'll never apologize for Astro Cat.
The scene switches to show the hall outside, where Nicole Sullivan is standing next to Andy.
How dowe get you out of there?! There's no handle!
There's a column with some clearly marked buttons! Press the proper one and the door will open!
NAEPALM! YOU GUYS NEED TO PUSH A BUTTON TO FREE THEM!
The scene goes down the hallway to where Naepalm and the Squirrel are standing next to a blue podium.
OK, NICOLE! WE'RE ON IT! You catch that, Squirrel?! Push that button!
Hold on a moment! There's multiple buttons. This is going to take a second.
The Squirrel looks closely at the two buttons on the podium. One has a hand next to a square, and shows a yellow splash with a cheese symbol coming from a tube shape. The other has a hand next to a square, and a symbol of an unfastened lock and a cell door.
Which one do I push? Hmmmm.
Naepalm and the Squirrel are caught up in a giant tidal wave of cheese, which takes them down the hall and then washes over Nicole and Andy.
You moron! That was the wrong one!
If a tidal wave of cheese is wrong, I don't want to be right. Wheeee!