Doc is naive beyond belief. If I didn’t know this were all true, . . .
“Gen-Z” is a great idea! If Garry sticks Alex in there exclusively, I won’t have to put up with her any more! Okay, Jeff is her uncle, but he goes in there, too, right?
I remember that Benny-Blanc skit, firedome. I think they call it the “Sí, Cy, Sue” skit. It was on youtube, last I looked.
Wizzer thinks that “totally organic” means that it’s somehow safe? Isn’t nightshade, found in nature, totally organic? Jellyfish venom? Cobra venom? Oleander sap? Apple seed? Asparagus berries? Tomato leaves? Wild almonds?All organic, all poisonous.
Which one is this troll you’re talking about, Doc? I wanna know so I’ll be sure not to read him.
Like everyone else in this strip, regardless of time or place, the dinos clearly understand English, but . . . why don’t they say something? Not a word out of ‘em. C’mon! This is Alley Oop, so you can do it! Use your words.
I’ve long wished that Garry would marry Jeff and Alex and send them off together forever through the gently falling . . . drizzle. But no. Poor Leo. Poor Joanie and Rick. Poor us.
Joanie and Rick need to start on a home improvement program by kicking Jeff out of the basement and putting in rats.
Some times one kid just seems to get all the bad genes. But in Jeff’s case, you’ve gotta wonder if he wasn’t switched at birth.
The TSA agent looks even more delighted than Ava. Doesn’t take much to get her delighted, I guess. And now that Doc is going to get the note, Ava’s worries about the hole in the time travel spot are over, right?