This discussion may contain spoilers!
A few people on the forums expressed interest in learning Japanese, so I made a little thing in the Sam and Max fanart section. I thought instead of having that stuff get lost in the pile of fanart, where it doesn't actually belong, to stick it here instead.
SAMU to MAKUSU wa jibun no ofisu o souji suru toki, JESHI JEMUSU no te wa MAKUSU no kubi o shimete shimaimashita. SAMU wa warawasemashita.
When Sam and Max were cleaning their office, Jessie James' hand strangled Max. Sam laughed [at Max's pain].
MEANING: When ~ happens/happened (during the time of ~)
SAMU to MAKUSU wa kodomo no toki, itsumo issho ni imashita.
When Sam and Max were children, they were always together.
〜てしまう／〜てしまった (~te shimau/ ~te shimaimashita) A verb ending in ~te followed by any form of shimau (shimaimasu/ shimatta/ shimaimashita etc)
MEANING: Something that is/was unfortunate is occurring/has occurred. Like Jessie James' severed hand strangling Max.
"ZAA SHITI ZATTO DEAZU NOTTO SURIIPU" to iu geemu de, MAKUSU wa bakuhashite, shinde shimaimashita.
In the game "The City that Dares Not Sleep", Max blows up and dies.
"GUREIZUDO MAKKUGAFFIN mou uribaite shimatta!"
"[They're] all sold out of Glazed McGuffins!"
Doing something at someone else (laughing at someone, etc.) that you normally wouldn't want done to you. Unfortunately, I can't think of any good sentences at the moment.
If you're stuck on your Japanese homework, or just need some help understanding something, I'm happy to lend a hand. I also am living in Japan right now, so if you have some questions about the country, feel free.