COVER BLURB: "The
"All those people... all that anger... I had no idea...
I couldn't stop myself... I felt what they felt... it was all ugly and
twisted... just as bad as my thoughts... maybe even worse..." —the
The Flash and the Chunk, now on friendly terms, successfully
attempt to return to the real world. Once there, both Wally and
Chester realize that no matter what reality they're in, their troubles
are sure to follow. Tina McGee and Mary West are still sparring
for control of Wally's life, the Middle Hampton City Council is still
pondering the politics of the Flash's residency, and the police are eager
to put the Chunk behind bars. When an immense garbage barge finds
itself in the local harbor with no place to deposit its load, Wally thinks he's come up with the
perfect solution to both his and Chester Runk's legal problems. Staging what he thinks will be an impressive display, Wally
instructs the Chunk to make the entire thing disappear. What Wally
receives, instead, is an angry response from the city's administration
and another pointless appointment with his psychologist.