When will he ever learn?
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What’s a witcher? Is that from — oh, I don’t know — “Game of Thrones”?
I thought this cartoon was drawn long before “Game of Thrones”
Played all the games and saw the first season on Netflix. It’s AMAZING, but definitely not for kids.
Jason, time to take a page out of the cat’s revenge book. Leave a “surprise” in the middle of her bedspread … any format will do.
There must be a high expense budget for repairs on glasses in that family.
Today’s classic Sunday strip we’re missing:
This is funny, given we saw him watching The definitely R rated “Game of Thrones” years ago.
Toss a coin to Jason (hmmm, not as catchy).
What’s with the mop? You look like Whoopi Goldberg.
This makes no sense, we already know Jason was allowed to watch Game of Thrones, a much more violent, sexual, and overall mature series. So why would Andy draw the line here? Maybe because the Witcher Netflix series is absolute garbage but that’s just my opinion.
Maybe his mother should get the Harry Potter collection and let him see that.
Bring back the dailies, Bill!
No sane sister destroys the glasses unless she wants to pay for them out of her allowance for the rest of her life.
Didn’t Andy once let Jason watch “Pulp Fiction?” Now he isn’t even allowed to watch something milder. Strange.
I didn’t watch this show but I love the idea of high fantasy it’s awesome because it takes us to nonexistent world that is based on historical earth with fictional continents, fictional languages, fictional history and fictional civilizations but we need family friendly high fantasy entertainment because most if not all high fantasy TV shows, movies and games are r rated.
And why is there a bonfire and a post in the other room?
Man. He has the internet. How could he not know?
This came out the same week I started reading the Witcher