Sooo, he’s sleeping in the fog?
So Doug is wracked with guilt since chatting with Officer Friendly about cars made them late for practice so they had to run laps, during which Tom managed to sprain his supposedly healthy, low-mileage teenage knee? Time to give up racing. Definitely.
When he suffered a sprain on 2/18 I thought it was the ankle (actual body part wasn’t identified). I don’t hear about sprained knees often – the ankle gets twisted more often in my experience. But Google™ only gives me 75.6 million hits for sprained ankles and a full 78.5 million hits for sprained knees. So, are sprained knees more common than I’ve experienced, or a bigger problem for athletes who’ve suffered the injury, to explain their relative amount of attention on the web?
In all reality , An angry Coach Thorp tells Doug ,wake up, smell the coffee and lay off the reefer .
Tilden, how we hate them.
Day 80 without a snort from Marty. Last sighting was 12/5. The search for the Moon Man continues. Film at 11:00.
P1 Muench’s sore knee still wrapped, Muench, hands cuffed and shacked to his neck as he is forced to watch his team to wither against another superior team
Ummm, who are you and why are you calling me Curtis?
P3 More like Doug has his head up his a$$ than in a fog
Signman’s blank placard sums up the story ark and Doug’s mental acuity
P 3: Same could be said about you too Gil
P3- Dougie needs a hug. Bummed out because he listened to that hip Three Dog Night song “One.” Signman shows off his white noise masterpiece.
P-4: “Sorry coach, Just before the game, someone asked me to read this storyline from the beginning.”
P1, Tom “Butt” Muench’s knee raps? Who knew?
P2, Curtis thinks, “What the hell are you doing here and why are you telling me what to do?”
P3, Doug wakes up to find that once again his blond hair has turned brown. (Color version.)
Looks like it’s time for another intervention by Vic, aka, the Doug Whisperer.
Vito from Goshen knew better than to give Doug his ounce of weed bonus before the game. Dougie forgot to play just well enough to stay in, miss shots and lose rebounds.
State Champion Dr. Gil will now put on a coaching clinic with Curtis, which is why he wore a tie. He barks out “pick-and-roll, four corners, box-and-one”, and as the velvet voice of Vic Victory pumps the crowd into a frenzy, Signman flips his cardboard over and it says GIL!
Doug looks like he got called for palming the ball in P1Don’t worry you can get away with that when you turn pro.
Curtis won’t Hurtus. Doug, meet Wally Pipp.
Where are his two brothers and, more importantly, where is Gladys Knight?
P1 – Seems rather dangerous for Milford’s bench to be located inbounds.
P2 – Look at that floor, some of my best work! I expect at least 3 players to sprain a knee/ankle during this game.
P3 – Why is Doug moping for a week about Tom’s injured knee/ankle? It’s the damn cop’s fault for pulling him over a second time just to ask about the car’s specs. Also, QUIT CHANGING YOUR HAIR COLOR DURING GAMES!
And speaking of quitting, I hope you’re not thinking of quitting Mopped Up Thorp.
What is Vic waiting for? It’s up to him to save this game. I expect him to waltz into the locker room at halftime and slap some sense into Doug.