Amend knows how to stay topical. I’m just glad Jason hasn’t bothered with the latest Star Wars movie.
In the words of the “Peanuts” gang, good grief.
I didn’t realize this was an educational channel.
This is the way.
Who else added it all up to make sure the answer was correct?
The Disney versions just don’t add up for me.
I would’ve been prouder if the problem and answer was “42.”
Bill must have prepared this one before Disney+ launched. There’s no sign of the breakout character of The Mandalorian. The Child, aka The Asset, better known to the internet as Baby Yoda.
The Di$neyfication of America continues apace. This is not a good thing.
Today’s classic Sunday strip we’re missing:
I only got Disney Plus to watch my favorite classic TV shows. I could care less about Star Wars.
The Mandalorian is a good series which stands on its own merits regardless of what you think of the new SW movies.
I haven’t laughed this hard at a FoxTrot in ages.
Don’t they also own Sesame Street now? Therein lies your answer.
Nice to see Eileen with the other junior nerds. She neatly counterpoints the boys’ egotism.
The answer is: Mandalo doesn’t like Droids. [BLAST!]
I had to take a moment to fact check panel three. I’m happy to say Bill does not skimp on mathematical accuracy in this comic.
This is just another reason why Disney should have stayed away from Star Wars.
Well…technically it is ‘Disney +’
I agree with ArtieEl. I thought JJ Abrams did a good job salvaging the mess that was The Last Jedi (which he was not responsible for, by the way) and gave us a nice clean ending. I also thought Ron Howard did a masterful job of giving us a heist movie set in the Star Wars universe with Solo.
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not having shelled out good money for more Disney dominance, I don’t get it. YAY!
I hope when I watch any of these new star Wars features, I hope this one Amend’s strip is showing isn’t a spoiler.
What is truly weird is how often the number 18 comes up as a sum of adjacent numbers. The first three columns each total 18. (6, 3, 9; 6, 7, 5; 4, 1, 5, 8; The last three columns use the first three numbers to total 18: 2, 8, 8; 9, 7, 2; 5,9,4; thus leaving the last three numbers of the last row to total 18: 6,3,9 I suspect a sinister plot in the offing…
I miss Amend’s newly released film comments/jokes with Jason.
“What is the air speed of a swallow?
So, it’s the Mathelorian?
Jason, I don’t think you need a factorial ;-)
Happy New Year!
HAPPY NEW YEAR to Mr. Amend and all the fans of Fox Trot!
There’s the razorcrest in the background
he got it in 5 secondsme: 15 minutes
No, Jason, it’s 126, not 126!