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  1. Original_Baskingshark commented on Emmy Lou over 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!

  2. Original_Baskingshark commented on Emmy Lou over 1 year ago

    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!)

  3. Original_Baskingshark commented on Emmy Lou over 1 year ago

    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!!!!

  4. Original_Baskingshark commented on Emmy Lou almost 2 years ago

    @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?

  5. Original_Baskingshark commented on Emmy Lou almost 2 years ago

    What’s Emmy Lou’s friend’s name? (the girl with the glasses)

  6. Original_Baskingshark commented on Emmy Lou almost 2 years ago

    This is actually really true and very funny. Also, Emmy Lou does like her ponchos, doesn’t she?

  7. Original_Baskingshark commented on Gil Thorp almost 2 years 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!

  8. Original_Baskingshark commented on Gil Thorp almost 2 years ago

    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?!

  9. Original_Baskingshark commented on Yenny about 3 years ago

    Tomato as Rollergirl, Margot as Jeannie! Awesome!

  10. Original_Baskingshark commented on Baldo over 3 years ago

    I hate to nitpick cos I like this strip but:

    1. 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!

    2. 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.

    3. 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…

    4. 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.