[ The guy onscreen looks low-key excited just to be here, face-timing a mess of strangers in a wacky alternate universe. He smiles, easy but a touch sheepish, dressed in a bright blue and gold letterman jacket. If small-town were a way someone could look, that'd be him all over. ] Hypothetically, if someone needed a superhero outfit and a mask and stuff, where would they go? Are there like, stores for that kind of thing? [ Does he think he's fooling anybody? Maybe a little. But it was either this or googling "how do I be a superhero?" (Actually, he probably should have done that instead...) Archie runs a hand through his messy red hair, looking like he realizes how lame this post is a little belatedly. Oh well, too late now. ] Or, I don't know, tailors? Tailors who work for really cheap? I mean, hypothetically.
... Also it has to go with a jacket.
[ Archie's gonna be great at this. Nailing it already-- and speaking of nailing, it's about at that moment that a football comes flying into view and hits Archie in the head at the exact same time someone from off-screen shouts "Hey, Archie, think fast!" Too little too late. Suddenly there's another person beside Archie; tall, dark hair, and shirtless, though there's a hoodie tied around his neck -- vaguely cape-like, though not intentionally -- by the sleeves. ]
My bad, I always forget how thinking fast isn't really your thing. But bro, you are so out of practice... or is it this jacket that's slowing you down? Dude, take it off, it's like 100 degrees out here.
[ Archie sighs, but doesn't look nearly as put out as someone who just got a football bounced off his face and then lightly insulted for his troubles probably should. He just turns the camera's focus more fully on the newcomer. ]
Say "hi" to the Network, Reg.
[ To which Reggie responds by just squinting warily for a moment. Then in true Reggie fashion, at least to those who'd recognize it, he mugs briefly for the camera and throws up hand-horns. ]
'Sup? Okay, yeah, let's crowdsource this-- someone back me up and tell my boy here to strip already before he gets heat-stroke.