McGee Alice: The choice is simple...you will either join us, or die. Since you seem like a bright young man, I suggest you join us.
Luke Mochrie: I will never join you! Oancitizen has shown me the truth! He has shown me the error of your ways!
McGee Alice: Truth is nothing but a point of view. Oancitizen will fall, just like the rest of your friends.
Luke Mochrie: Look...why are you doing this? Why are you serving the Executor? I can understand why Cinema Snob was lured to his side...but you are different. I don't think you are really interested in world domination. And I don't think you are loyal to his cause either, you don't strike me as the kind who would care about happens to Hollywood and to athe art of making movies. So, why do you follow him?
McGee Alice: I follow him because of what he has promised me to him.
Luke Mochrie: And what would that be?
McGee Alice: Once all of your friends are dead, once the Executor conquers the world and destroys the ability to make good movies forever...he will surrender all of his weapons, resources and armies to me. That will be enough for me to invade Wonderland, conquer it, and crush the little blonde girl using my name!
Luke Mochrie: What, you mean the original Alice? From the original book by Lewis Carroll, and the Disney animated movie?
McGee Alice: Yes! She is my mortal enemy, and she is also the only thing standing between me and the conquest of Wonderland! But once I inherit the Executor's amy, I will finally crush her, and Wonderland will be mine!
Luke Mochrie: That's it? All the plotting, all the chaos, all the destruction...just to kill a little girl?
McGee Alice: What about it?
Luke Mochrie: Do you realize how insane it sounds?
McGee Alice: And who said I was sane?
Luke Mochrie: I do. Look, I don't know what happened to you, I don't know what the original Alice did to you, or how you turned up like that...but you are not like this! There is still good in you, I can feel it! You are not evil, you are not insane, you are just scared and confused! Maybe all you need are friends, a group where you can belong, a group that will love you for who you are!
McGee Alice: You insolent little brat! You know nothing about me! NOTHING!
Luke Mochrie: You don't have to do this, Alice! Just...stop this, leave the Executor, and come to the house-ship with me! We can give you your own review show! You can review movies, cartoons, comic...anything you want! You can be part of our family, the family you never had! Just...come with me.
McGee Alice: You disgust me! You want me to abandon my mission, abandon everything I worked hard to achieve, abandon to possibility to slaughter the other Alice...just so I can sit around doing reviews with the rest of your band of fools?
Luke Mochrie: Just...keep that in mind.
McGee Alice: My master is right...your overconfidence in your friends is your weakness. Once they are all butchered, you will swallow your foolish words! Your silly reviews are nothing compared to the power of ruling an entire land! NOTHING! Guards! Take the prisoner away!
*the guards remove Luke from the McGee Alice's room*
*after they leave the room, the McGee Alice starts crying in sadness and pain*
I love this. I adore it. I'm trying to put together my own Alice cosplay. Do you have any suggestions on what I should do for her Vorpal blade? Like, did you make yours? It's so perfect. Any help would be nice.
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