Gil Thorp by Neal Rubin and Rod Whigham

Gil Thorp

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  1. chiphilton

    chiphilton said, almost 4 years ago

    Mia’s right, she needs the extra workouts. She’s put on about 20 pounds in the past few days. Even her face is significantly rounder.

  2. Cliff1911

    Cliff1911 said, almost 4 years ago

    Those peacock, lettuce and tomato sandwiches don’t help.

  3. thejudge

    thejudge said, almost 4 years ago

    AP courses! I’m soooooooooooooo impressed with Milford’s academic standards!

  4. tedybgame

    tedybgame said, almost 4 years ago

    Is she growing wings in P1?

  5. Have Mop Will Travel

    Have Mop Will Travel said, almost 4 years ago

    She’ll never win an Oscar with overacting like that in P3.

  6. Gilfan79

    Gilfan79 said, almost 4 years ago

    I think Gil would be the first to say that academics come first. That’s why you rarely see him coaching anymore.

  7. wesmorgan1

    wesmorgan1 said, almost 4 years ago

    I have twin daughters (starting power forward and center for the varsity) – for us it’s AP English, AP Spanish, AP Biology and AP Calculus! Nice to see that the kids in Milford have the same workload; I thought they spent all their time at The Bucket.

  8. Ras Baubeau

    Ras Baubeau said, almost 4 years ago

    don’t know what kind of chemistry Mia’s into but her shirt developed a wild psychedelic pattern in P3

  9. mitchrp

    mitchrp said, almost 4 years ago

    Okay Rod and Neal…. it’s about time to wrap up this storyline…. there has to be more exciting storylines to talk about than a supernatural peacock that just by gazing upon it your basketball skills triple… Or is all this a ploy to change the mascot from the Mudlarks to the Peacocks… ala the New Orleans Pelicans .

  10. Uncle Kaz

    Uncle Kaz said, almost 4 years ago

    I can’t believe Mia and Boo are still talking about this peacock! I thought that Mia seeing it would be the end of the story line. Any thoughts how this can possibly be wrapped up? Maybe Kaz will shoot it for a yummy valentine’s day dinner with his lady friend, Kelly.

  11. Ellisburkes

    Ellisburkes said, almost 4 years ago

    Earth, the North American continent in particular, has become the planet of the APs. Whatever became of honors courses?

  12. cbcomicsfan

    cbcomicsfan said, almost 4 years ago

    Chikuku, AP means “Advanced Placement” … typically an honors-level course in high school. Kids who take an AP course can take the (usually optional) AP exam for that course at the end of term and if they place well enough on it may qualify for college credits. For instance, I took the AP Calculus and English tests and was able to skip the first semester English & Calc classes in college, jumping right to the 2nd semester work.

  13. Have Mop Will Travel

    Have Mop Will Travel said, almost 4 years ago


    I don’t think they replace honors classes. For example I took honors classes throughout high school in all grades. Typically AP classes are kind of the highest class in that area you take and it’s potentially for college credit. Although AP classes didn’t exist for me, my kids have taken some.

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