[alphagoul1 from WebTool asks: "Dear Catfield, When I watched the pilot I assumed that you were a significant historical figure similar to how Gramplin was, but if you were, what would you do with that power? Leaving your mark on history-wise."] [Catfield: "Whoa, whoa. Hold up now, bud. Significance is in the eye of the beholder."] [Catfield: "Fame was never something I ever wanted. I was always happiest and most present when I was chatting away with family, friends, and strangers. And - hey - making some extra scratch was never bad neither, but that was never what I _needed_."] [Catfield: "Besides, 'significant' _miiiiight_ be a stretch, even for Gramplin."]

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[Anurag Yadav from Facebook asks: "Are there any bad ghosts?"] [Sandy: "Oh dear, this is hard to admit, but yes."] [Sandy: "Just like mortals, however, I want to believe that ghosts can grow and change."] [Edmund: "I just committed tax fraud for fun." Sandy: "I want to believe so badly!!!"]