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commented on Emmy Lou
about 1 year ago
Just be glad your daughter is a cartoon character, pops. Given that she almost never seems to wear the same thing twice, you’d go broke paying for her wardrobe if she was real!
Sad I missed the 70’s, the fashions are awesome, I want stripy flared trousers like Alvin’s! Is there a reason why 1970 was chosen as the start-year for the reruns? (I’m curious to see 1960’s Emmy Lou’s style!)
Tsk, Emmy Lou, you are old enough to be Justin Bieber’s mom! Actually, I think you’re old enough to be his grandma. Even if you never age!!!!
@Emmyloufan_1 Thanks for filling in Taffy’s name. I just read the toonopedia entry for Emmy Lou/Bobby Sox – how interesting that there were 2 attempts to bring her to TV too. Is her last name Harper in the strip as well?
What’s Emmy Lou’s friend’s name? (the girl with the glasses)
This is actually really true and very funny. Also, Emmy Lou does like her ponchos, doesn’t she?
commented on Gil Thorp
about 1 year ago
“Could he fly?” Even if he’s flipping out, damn that’s a pretty cold thing to say to your boyfriend about HIS DEAD BROTHER!
Like, omigod your boyfriend is such a debbie downer. His whole “brother died of cancer so I’m sad” thing is so lame. When is he going to just get over it?!
commented on Yenny
over 2 years ago
Tomato as Rollergirl, Margot as Jeannie! Awesome!
commented on Baldo
almost 3 years ago
I hate to nitpick cos I like this strip but:
That looks nothing like a ‘64 Impala and I know from the times that the strip’s gone photo-realist that the artists can do better!
For $50K, it would need to be either a 100-point rotisserie resto or an immaculate low-mileage time-capsule example of a high-and-rare-spec convertible with the most desirable engine option OR a pro-built lowrider/custom with high-quality work done throughout. Baldo should and would know that if he’s as obsessed with these cars as he seems to be.
If you want $50K for your ‘64 Chevy, you send it to Barrett-Jackson, don’t try to sell it to a part-time store clerk at the local strip mall…
Baldo, you can’t afford a ‘64 Impala convertible; you’re looking at spending around $20K+ for one that’s not a total basket case, and that’s without the insurance and upkeep, but you can likely pick up a driver sedan that you can work on and use to get to work & school for about $5-$7K.
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