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Join Us Edit
After beating A-9, a cutscene will begin in which the Pastafarian invites the Student to come to a party. The Student declines because she isn't in the mood for a party and she has to run tests. The Pastafarian presses her again, telling the Student that the Flying Spaghetti Monster is coming too. The Student seems to reconsider at hearing this, excited by the prospect of meeting the Flying Spaghetti Monster. However, when the Pastafarian informs her that "He'll be invisible and intangible, as usual," the Student politely refuses again and continues to run tests. The Pastafarian expresses concern for the Student, as she is worried that she spends too much time alone, but the Student insists that she is happy doing her experiments.
The Next Big Thing Edit
In the Angel Missions, after finding the Skater, the Angel asks if he wants to go back to the planet and the Skater refuses. He says he's not ready for competition for the next big sport tunnel running. He claims to have finished 49 laps, which means he finished every level 49 times. The Angel says,"You think this is some sort of game?", the skater replies with,"More like a sport." When the Angel reminds him about going home for a second time, he says,"Can it wait?", and does not go home with the Angel.
After beating B-13, a drawing of a teapot will appear on the map. When clicked on, a cutscene will begin featuring an argument between the Runner and the Pastafarian. The Pastafarian had drawn a Teapot on the Runner's map, saying that it was missing. The Runner asks her to only doodle things that exist, but the Pastafarian insists that it does. The Runner asks to see the Teapot, but the Pastafarian tells her that it is too small to see. The only reason she knows it exists is that "The Flying Spaghetti Monster places a teapot in every solar system." The Teapot Cutscene can be viewed again by clicking on the teapot drawing on the map.
- The teapot is a reference to Russell's Teapot, a hypothetical teapot floating around in space.