Wednesday August 27, 2003
"Who," you may be asking, "is this Doctor E?"

It's simple, really. Magic Dreamland Entertainment did (and still does) quite a bit of business under their acronym, M.D.E. It was only a matter of time before some Knowlsian press-schmup thought he could be clever by turning "M.D." into "Doctor." Hence "M.D.E." becomes "Doctor E."

Fez Bejo, CEO of Magic Dreamland Entertainment, and the youngest entertainment industry senior exec in three centuries, toyed briefly with the idea of changing his last name to "E," and granting himself an honorary doctorate (in "fun") from The Correspondence University of Tokyo3. Fortunately his publicist talked him out of it.

Addendum to Note:While it is still possible to get a doctorate in fun from CUT3, it has no relation whatsoever to the original Doctor Fun.

Book 4: The Blackness Between
Part I: Needle in a Haystack

Transcript

Legs:Sarge, how much did you get paid for selling those story rights?
Schlock:I can't say.
Legs:What, too many zeroes for you to count?
Schlock:No, I can't say. I'm under one of them non-disclosure thingies with Doctor E.
Legs:Do you mean to tell me that you're making so much money they won't let you talk about it?
Schlock:I've probably already said more than I'm supposed to.
Legs:Is a percentage of this showing up in my check anywhere?