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  1. Strod commented on Get Fuzzy about 12 hours ago

    Also, The Cats was a Dutch rock band.

  2. Strod commented on Big Nate about 13 hours ago

    Holly cow! There sure are a lot of aggressive kids in that town!
     
    And I agree. That girl sure looks a lot like the lost girl. Just a little angrier-looking (of course), a bit less tan, and with barely noticeable freckles.

  3. Strod commented on Adam@Home about 14 hours ago

    Well, at east we know they fixed the Newmans’ A/C.

  4. Strod commented on Frazz 1 day ago

    Come on knock on our door…we’ve been waiting for you.

    Ah! but Three’s Company itself was a remake, so in a way kind of in the ballpark of being a sequel.
     
    (Three’s Company, which ran form 1977 to 1984, was a remake of a British TV show called Man About the House, which ran from 1973 to 1976).

  5. Strod commented on Get Fuzzy 3 days ago

    Liverlips McCracken
    Yes, that’s Mac Manc McManx. And his hat has the right color: blue, the color of Manchester City Football Club. In some weekday strips it has been colored incorrectly in red. But blue is what Darby Conley intended, as can be seen in the Sunday strips which are colored by him.

  6. Strod commented on Stone Soup 3 days ago

    @LightBuzzYears and @Nos Nevets
    Yes, these strips are a fascinating mesh of new panels followed by “reminiscences” taken from old strips.
    For example, the last three panels in today’s strip are from Sept 23, 1998:

  7. Strod commented on Over the Hedge 4 days ago

    Or it could be the beaks of several birds… that’s so tragic!

  8. Strod commented on Frazz 4 days ago

    Sure, and the comment is: Bikers ride vehicles that are not very fuel efficient.* That’s all.
      

    • Of course that’s relative to what they can carry. Motorcycles, even big ones, obviously get more MPG than average cars.

  9. Strod commented on Dilbert Classics 4 days ago

    Okay, but Scott Adams made the mistake back in 1992…

  10. Strod commented on Arlo and Janis 5 days ago

    @Arianne and @John Smith

    According to the Arlo and Janis website, today marks 30 years since the first A&J strip!
    Let’s all go to http://arloandjanis.com/
    and see what kind of special 30th Anniversary material Jimmy has put up on the official Arlo & Janis website. He’s always so good about keeping the website updated and fresh!l
    Huh? The only thing I see is the second strip from the “grasshopper” series that Jimmy posted a week ago. How on Earth are you guys seeing something different?