Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for August 20, 1985
Man: With that simple chemical reconfiguration, "intensity" came kicking into the world. Man 2: We just figured why go with two oxygen molecules when one will do? Man: The drug, by the way, is insanely great. We forsee myriad applications in psychiatry and professional football. Person: Any side effects, Dr. Gorp? Man: Yes, but intriguing ones. For example, "intensity" gives the illusion of substance to your alter ego. Man 2: Uh...hold it, Albie. Are you imploying I'm only a side effect? Man: It's only temporary, though.