Did you read that sign in the mall? The one that reads you are here.
Poor meg, listening to her bickering parents.
“You’ve stopping! Why are you stopping?”
“So I won’t run over my parents!”
Time flies when you’re having fun or an argument.
Janis certainly does seem glad to see them.
One way to make the journey fly by.
Always enjoy the “kids” being in the storyline. What happened to Gus’ sailboat?
That is some serious legroom for a back seat. It’s like a 1934 Cadillac Town Sedan.
I think my parents welcomed the introduction of seatbelts in cars. It meant each kid had a clearly defined space. In 1962, car manufacturers in the US only had to provide hold downs for the driver’s seat, but my dad added them and belts for all eight positions in the van.
I was so expecting the last panel to be an exasperated ‘Are we there yet?’ moment for a better (?) reason this time.
The only plausible questioner in panel 4 is Megam. Gene and Mary Lou should know where they were going. Maybe the visit destination was a surprise for Meg?
Look on the bright side, Mary Lou. At least you’re not staying with Sally and Ted Forth.
Hmmm… usually we have only one arguement, then silence for the next three hours…
Seems a good exposure of differing views of a situation, without real animosity. Much like the blind group discussing the description of their impressions of an elephant. Seems a good way to cover the ground without burying the committee.
Arguing is not allowed in my car. It’s not a good idea.
Who is saying the two comments in the last panel? I don’t get this comic today, again.
I’m on the parent end of it. If my kids bicker in the car on the way over, they are gracious enough to put it aside when they arrive at our place.
So Arlo and Janis met them halfway.
Jimmy’s choice of course, but personally , I don’t like the new “style” of the artwork over the last few days
If you EVER meet a married couple who never bicker… RUN FOR YOUR LIFE, THEY’RE NOT HUMAN!!!!!!
who is taking care of the chickens?
Surprised there wasn’t an Iron Bowl strip today.
Meg reading a BOOK, really?
Looking at Meg, panel two, reminds me how much bigger the back seats were when we were kids!
“I’m just saying”. What a lousy colour phrase that has turned into.“I believe this. But just in case someone disagrees I’ll put this tiny little rider in so I won’t feel upset or sad because I might not get 100% agreement. My psyche is sssoooo delicate”