Variations on a theme by Ray Charles Robinson, Atlantic Records/1959. Works for me.
I wish the mall cops would throw them out, already!!
They should ply a waltz, and waltz out the door!
Who is this Sir Terrence Smiles? This arc makes NO Sense. Grows tedious.
The whole reason I got to following this strip was because my uncle (Irvin, Not Walt) used to call me Skeezix. (When I was little I looked like Skeezix at that age)
Apparently when he was a boy (he would have been 110 this year) HE was a big fan of the strip. I never really understood the connection until just a couple years ago (20 years after my Uncle’s death.)
Let this strip DIE!
how much did sir terrence pay for this?
Senor Ravelli will now play “Somewhere My Love Lies Sleeping”
With a male chorus.
C’mon….this started 9/15! If they ran out of ideas, at least post some of the old strips that are funny!!!
Well hopefully just two more days of this, but if this story line continues next week I swear I’m going to remove GA from my list of comics.
will this “infomercial” ever end?
Is this dude a real world musician?
What has happened to Gasoline Alley? And why do we care about Sir Terrence playing the piano? Can’t he finish at least one song?
What kind of bet did Scancarelli lose to this clown?
To quote Captain America:
“…how many more of these?”