Knowing Dr Mel, it’s either a suppository, or a blow dart.
Time to roll out the Vaxitron killbots, er robots!
Yeah, I think we’ve all figured out where this is going — I mean, where the capsule is going.
Best Brewster cartoon since the match with Death at “Hungry Hungry Hippos.”
“…damn near KILLED ’im!” ;-)
Let this be a time of healing, of understanding, of the realization that Dr. Steel was truly the savior and guider, and let his Toy Soldiers lead us to a playhouse of music, fun, and games. But then, Trump was always acting in the same spirit, wasn’t he? Wasn’t he? After all, Trump was just joking? Let’s not kid ourselves. Entertainment depends upon suckers. Propaganda war used to be expensive until Social Media came along. Big Tech plats the rings, and reaps the dividends. This very forum invites me in. Let’s question that.
OK Brewster… Bend over and think of England…
Yeah, I’m pretty sure that when Dr. Mel calls it good news, it’s from an old joke….
“The good news is, you don’t have to swallow it.”
Anyone else old enough to remember that polio vaccine that was drizzled onto a sugar cube?
“Good news! It’s a suppository!”
Hey Brewster, think where the sun doesn’t shine!
Ah, good old Doc Menge- I mean MEL.
After all those alien probes, this is gonna be a cinch.
And here he thought “Suppository” was a brand name…
Now, where have I seen this before…
Before Dr Mel can “insert” that, Brewster will have to pull his own head out of the target area.
Oddly enough, in the UK, they say “jab” instead of “shot”. Doesn’t sound pleasant either way.
Who knew, Brewster is not only challenged mentally but he is also a big wuss. Well don’t worry he’ll get it in the end.
Joke stolen from Futurama.
I’m reminded of a scene in a movie where some people aboard a cruse ship are seasick. The ship’s physician visits them in their cabin. The physician offers them some medicine, which are large capsules. The husband is slightly upset when he says he can’t swallow something that big. The physician shows some embarrassment as he says “You don’t swallow them. You , ah …” He puts the fingers of one hand together, and makes an upward pushing gesture.
ya can’t blame a guy that got a zillion alien disease vaccinations who spends most of his time in an oxygen tight suit – from being as leary of punctures as an Indy driver.
See you in about a year when sufficient testing on the thing has been completed.
“The last patient I gave this pill to won the Kentucky Derby.” – Groucho Marx as Dr, Hugo Z. Hackenbush in A Day At the Races
Good news for who? As if we didn’t know.
Give it a good shove and it’ll go right up!!