Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for February 18, 1979
Man: Excuse me sir? Are you from New York? Mike: Uh-oh. Man: You are, I can tell! Mike: Why do I always attract the zanies? Forget it, friend. Man: Hi! Are you from New York? Here's a flower! Have a nice day! Mike: Listen, I'm trying to catch a flight! I'm not interested in a Moonie rap... Man: Moonie? Oh, no, sir. I'm not a Moonie! Mike: Look, I don't care what cult you're from! Man: I'm not really from a cult, sir. I'm just trying to help out Dad. Mike: Dad. I knew it. Man: He just got laid off, so the whole family's pitching in to work the airport. Mike: "Family," huh? What sort of family? Man: Uh.. I forget what it's called. There's just me, my two sisters and my parents. Mike: A nuclear family? Man: That's it! But it's not like we're weirdos or anything.