As I mentioned elsewhere on the blog, I was always watching the calendar while I was writing for PHC, so if their schedule overlapped with any holidays, I would try to tailor something for them. Christmas, naturally, was the easiest. Easter, less so. I've only come across two Easter-themed bits. Being practical, I was always looking to shoehorn something into one of their regular bits; duct tape, ketchup, Guy Noir. Sometimes it worked. More often it didn't. It's a silly little bit that we're saving for the holiday...
DUCT TAPE FOR EASTER
TR: Duct tape.
GK: Yes, duct tape. When the holidays are here and your fragile eggs simply can't bear up to the pressure, duct tape is the solution. It's egg-actly what you need.
SS: Duct tape, Bill?
TR: You bet. I wrap each egg in a strip of duct tape.
SS: That's why they have that nice metal sheen to them.
TR: No messy dying. No goofy little tablets and vinegar. Heck, I don't even have to boil them if I don't want to. After an application of duct tape they can handle even the toughest of egg hunts. And if I find one of those stragglers weeks later, clean-up's a snap with duct tape.
SS: Next year, I'm getting duct tape!
GK: Duct tape... it's almost just about the only thing you need sometimes, duct tape. (QUACK) A message from the American Duct Tape Council.