Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for August 26, 1979
Mark: "...and in other disco news Studio 54 was raided again... angry coke dealers walked out in protest." Voice: I want some disco befre you sign off, Mark! Mark: Not again! Have you no shame, man? Voice: Look, it pays the bills, Mark, so just do it! Mark: Jah, mein disco fuhrer! Okay, cammpers, I've been asked to throw a little disco your way, so hold on to your booties! Let's start off with the village people's "YMCA" and Donna Summer's "Bad Girls," two exciting testaments to the social sensibilities of disco. One of them is about meeting adolescent homosexuals in a public gymnasium, and the other is a celebration of prostitution. Voice: What? Mark: Enjoy.