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'''{{Character box | pic=C&H Calvin's Good Side.jpg | first=March 18, 1991 | last=April 2, 1991}}The second time [[Calvin]] used his [[Duplicator]], he added the [[Ethicator]], and thus created a duplicate of '''his good side.''' This duplicate was extremely well behaved, so much that [[Hobbes]] couldn't believe that people thought he was actually Calvin. This, however, backfired on Calvin when the duplicate started writing valentines to [[Susie Derkins]]. When Calvin found out, he immediatly began searching for the duplicate, trying valiantly to defend his reputation and principles as "[[Dictator-For-Life]] of the [[G.R.O.S.S.|Get Rid Of Slimy girlS]] club". Eventually, Calvin confronted the duplicate, and they got into a fight. The duplicate, however, vaporized when he had an evil thought, thanks to a [[Moral Compromise Spectral Release Phantasmatron]] Calvin unknowingly built into the Ethicator. When the duplicate explained that he was Calvin's good side, he frequently heard the comment "If that was true [he'd] be a lot smaller."
 
'''{{Character box | pic=C&H Calvin's Good Side.jpg | first=March 18, 1991 | last=April 2, 1991}}The second time [[Calvin]] used his [[Duplicator]], he added the [[Ethicator]], and thus created a duplicate of '''his good side.''' This duplicate was extremely well behaved, so much that [[Hobbes]] couldn't believe that people thought he was actually Calvin. This, however, backfired on Calvin when the duplicate started writing valentines to [[Susie Derkins]]. When Calvin found out, he immediatly began searching for the duplicate, trying valiantly to defend his reputation and principles as "[[Dictator-For-Life]] of the [[G.R.O.S.S.|Get Rid Of Slimy girlS]] club". Eventually, Calvin confronted the duplicate, and they got into a fight. The duplicate, however, vaporized when he had an evil thought, thanks to a [[Moral Compromise Spectral Release Phantasmatron]] Calvin unknowingly built into the Ethicator. When the duplicate explained that he was Calvin's good side, he frequently heard the comment "If that was true [he'd] be a lot smaller."
 
[[Image:C&H_Calvin's_Good_Side_Turns_Bad.jpg|thumb|left|250px|Calvin's good side disappears due to the actions of the Moral compromise spectral release phantasmatron.]]
 
[[Image:C&H_Calvin's_Good_Side_Turns_Bad.jpg|thumb|left|250px|Calvin's good side disappears due to the actions of the Moral compromise spectral release phantasmatron.]]
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[[File:Calvin_by_Watterson.jpg|thumb|Calvin]]
 
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Revision as of 17:59, September 15, 2013

Calvin's Good Side
C&H Calvin's Good Side
First appearance: March 18, 1991
Last appearance: April 2, 1991
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The second time Calvin used his Duplicator, he added the Ethicator, and thus created a duplicate of his good side. This duplicate was extremely well behaved, so much that Hobbes couldn't believe that people thought he was actually Calvin. This, however, backfired on Calvin when the duplicate started writing valentines to Susie Derkins. When Calvin found out, he immediatly began searching for the duplicate, trying valiantly to defend his reputation and principles as "Dictator-For-Life of the Get Rid Of Slimy girlS club". Eventually, Calvin confronted the duplicate, and they got into a fight. The duplicate, however, vaporized when he had an evil thought, thanks to a Moral Compromise Spectral Release Phantasmatron Calvin unknowingly built into the Ethicator. When the duplicate explained that he was Calvin's good side, he frequently heard the comment "If that was true [he'd] be a lot smaller."
C&H Calvin's Good Side Turns Bad

Calvin's good side disappears due to the actions of the Moral compromise spectral release phantasmatron.

Calvin by Watterson

Calvin

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