Lost in Foon: Season 1, Ep 5 - No Puns, Really, Ermine It
No Puns, Really, Ermine It
Lost in Foon episode
Lost in Foon
Episode no. Season 1
Episode 5
Producers Arnie Niekamp, Matt Young, Adal Rifai
Post-Production Coordination Garrett Schultz
Special Assistance Ryan DiGiorgi
Editor Tim Joyce
Lost in Foon Logo Allard Laban
'Lost in Foon' Tour Poster Jasmin Darnell
Theme Song Andy Poland
Original air date June 10, 2020
Arnie Niekamp as Arnie
Adal Rifai as Chunt
Matt Young as Usidore
Trace Beaulieu as Sheriff Omar
Ryan DiGiorgi as Craig
Garrett Schultz as Pete V. Threeman
Tim Sniffen as Mysterious Man
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"No Puns, Really, Ermine It " is the fifth episode of the first season of Lost in Foon. It was originally released on June 10, 2020. This miniseries takes place sometime during season three of the main podcast.


The boys meet an official who hates puns.


Arnie, Chunt, & Usidore find themselves at The Shrieking St.Oat. Arnie invites an important seeming person he met at the bar, Sheriff Omar, a policeman of Foon’s languages. Omar intends keep the languages of Foon pure, and is always on the lookout for a pun to punish.

Arnie, Chunt, & Usidore are first terrified they will run afoul the lawman, but cannot resist the urge to make puns in front of Omar. Luckily he does not appear to be perceptive enough to notice. Omar he goes so far to attempt to recruit trio even as they make wordplay all around him. They launch in a series of limericks, which Omar is suspicious of because poetics overlap with with wordplay, though poems are not themselves illegal.

Omar shares some stories of his life: he took the position as a language cop to impress his father Dave(of the line Dave, of the town Dave) who was himself a language cop and who Omar felt was constantly disappointed in him. Omar’s mother is a bone folder. Omar learned that skill himself, and was a performing bone-folder before his current career. Speaking of bone folding is the most enthusiastic Omar has seemed all night, so Usidore offers to assist him in return to his entertainment career.

After a boon from the wizard results in Omar’s dead dog being transported back to his home (Omar had practiced bone folding on the dog and asked for the dogs return without specifying it be returned to life), he ask for Usidore to make his father love him. Usidore perceives via the Realms of Ephysiyies that Omar's father does love him, and would like to know that Omar loves him in return. Omar opts to withhold love from his father, a move the impresses the trio in its boldness.

Space bunker

Despite his best efforts, Craig can't put any distance between himself and reminders of his old life. Pete V. Threeman has gotten himself into a mess more appropriate for sci-fi adventure and the voice of his old boss addresses him from the radio. When he finally stops to refuel he finds himself not in a gas station, but in a void containing the boss in question, the Mysterious Man.

Earth references


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