I think only one actually is referring to the dorsal side of anything.
And, I am pretty sure I have already referred to the Jackson5 song that is most loved.
(There is some missing interactions in this picture, so go to the pdb if you're serious.)
Here is some outsourcing of the awesome text you should expect.
Before hitting the jackpot with Sonic in 1991, Sega’s research and development team came up with many an odd character. Some of his predecessors include an Armadillo, a Theodore Roosevelt character (in pajamas), a rabbit, and a dog. Finally, Naoto Oshima came up with the fun-loving, fast-paced face of Sega, Sonic the Hedgehog. His original name was Mr. Needlemouse. That was changed for obvious reasons. Although no blue hedgehogs exist in nature, that color matched Sega’s sleek logo. Sonic rolled off to immediate success.
He was so popular, he even has his own protein named after him. In 1993, a scientist discovered a protein that caused spiny backs (denticles) in fruit flies. Because of the resemblance – and his love for Sonic – the scientist named it the “Sonic the HedgeHog protein.” (SHH) To this day, Mario still does not have his own kind of protein. [Harsh burn.]
Some clinicians and scientists criticize giving genes frivolous or quirky names, calling it inappropriate that patients with a serious illness or disability are told that they or their child have a mutation in a gene such as Sonic hedgehog.
This was noted in "Humour of gene names lost in translation to patients".
You can tell they're serious because of the "u" in humor.
Remember kids, losers use drugs.
(do video games even have public service messages in them anymore?)
I almost forgot!
If you remember where Sonic was from, the week to week continuity is obvious.