Wendy Williams was a world renowned talk show host, but other than that she led a typical life. She worked and went home, worked and went home in an endless cycle. As enjoyable as it sounded, Wendy longed for something more, she needed something more.
After a long day of work, Wendy was drained and just wanted to go to bed. But before she could sleep she needed a cup of herbal tea. Just as Wendy went to take a sip, she dropped her glass and was left standing in a puddle of tea. But the burning feeling on her feet didn't matter, what mattered was the red man standing in her kitchen.
Why do you insist on torturing the Devil?
As peculiar as the entire situation was, Wendy actually didn't mind the devil showing up in her home at 3 am every night. It was a breath of fresh air in her mundane life. Tonight though, the devil explained his problems and brought himself to tears, that's when Wendy knew she had to do something to help lessen his pain.
Did you hear about the animal testing crisis?
Yeah, it's absolutely sick. Electric chair for all of them.
It took a lot of convincing but Wendy eventually persuaded the Devil to bring her to the underworld. This is where Wendy would meet the infamous Roman, and help solve the Devil's dilemma. Wendy anticipated plenty of things, but Roman's appearance? That was not one of them.
Wendy requested alone time with Roman, and tried to talk to him. Roman was a tough feline to crack, but eventually, after 12 grueling hours of meows, he spoke. And from that point on, Wendy was able to assess the problem at hand.
Isn't it obvious? He's clearly upset over the fact that there's no dogs here. Aren't we cats enough?
After a long talk with the both of them, and a heartfelt reunion for Roman and the Devil, Wendy was content. Though she was also worried, was this the end of her and the Devil's companionship? The answer to that question is no, it wasn't the end. Wendy, the Devil, and even Roman, started a talk show called, "Tea or disagree." And on that show they talked about issues in the world and were extolled by thousands.