But, what he lacks in brain wattage, Ted more than makes up for in his uncanny ability to stumble into situations that threaten his job, well being and, at times, very life. It's up to his arch nemesis The Baron, aka Charles from accounting, Eric, The Baron's boyfriend and a ghost who calls himself Mr. F in polite company to make sure that Ted isn't carried away by his misadventures.
It isn't an easy thing, to be sure, but with a little luck, and decent book sales, perhaps Ted will make it through to a sequel.
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The only thing I can compare this book to is The Naked Gun movies. Ted & Stuff is silly, silly, silly, and if you go into it expecting a regular novel with a regular plot line, you will be disappointed. But if you go into it expecting something that will make you laugh, roll your eyes, and wonder how on earth the author came up with this stuff ("this stuff" often times being quite brilliant), then this is the book for you. Note: Ryan Hunter, if you're reading this, I've been using a staple remover that literally looks like a scaly green alligator for the past ten years.