Then who, Miss Wu, did it?!
Just how many people did she reveal her secret code to? Should be a very short list.
It’s Phoebe’s brother for sure. I’ve suspected him from the beginning. The only one without a motive, and he’s been nowhere since the first act, and as everybody ought to know, the rule of Chekhov’s Gun tells us if a gun appears in the first act, it ought to be used by the end. (Loosely interpreted here).
Around and around it goes. Where it stops, nobody knows.
Phoebe has the glitter pen. Marcus left his fingerprints at the “scene of the crime.” That’s enough evidence to build a conspiracy theory on.
Holy crap! For how long does this story line have to drag?
“What’s dial mean, anyway?” Has anyone been asked?
Am I the only who feels that this arc is boring and long?
Yeah! Jason stole it to frame you Phoebe!
These four are the most gullible easy-to-trick idiots around.
This calls for a REAL detective. Calling Tracer Bullet, from Calvin and Hobbes!
hmm, the punchline “what’s dial mean” actually works better now than it did back when this comic was originally written, since the way phones work these days means we almost never have to actually input a phone number.
Just claim you were hacked, Phoebe
I like ’what’s a dial?’ I guess he would never have used one for anything.
To be continued;
Same Bat Time, same Bat Channel.
In the middle of the squabble, Marcus draws a blank at the word “dial”. Too rich.
About a year ago at the dentist’s my teeth were being (very skillfully) cleaned by a young Asian woman, who asked me what was new in my life. A lot of things, actually, as we were in the process of moving and drastically downsizing, and I was delighted at having found someone who would buy at least a few hundred of my LP’s.
She scraped away in silence for a minute or two, and then asked, delicately, “What’s an ‘el pee’?”
(. . . . and, you know—it’s not easy to explain, since everything else connected with sound transcribed on a vinyl disk is going to be equally opaque.)
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