Lukey McGarry’s TLDR by Luke McGarry for February 12, 2019


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    Indianapolis Smith  8 months ago

    A greater power was involved. Disney.

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    BiggerNate91  8 months ago

    Best TLDR strip ever!

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    LINK_O_NEAL  8 months ago

    Be thankful he has that towel on.

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    Gent  6 months ago

    He’s just getting jiggy with it.

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    belgarathmth  6 months ago

    I guess he would have preferred young Barbara Eden in a pink bikini harem outfit.

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    Zebrastripes  6 months ago

    Sounds good to meeeeeee

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    #Animals 4life   6 months ago

    Man i wish i had a genie so that i can get rid of my break out on my face cause man it is painful.

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    walt  6 months ago

    Nice fat shaming, Luke.

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    granitewhite  6 months ago

    2 words: Gabriel Iglesias.

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    B UTTONS  6 months ago

    The Democrat slate of presidential hopefuls out wished the aladdin

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    kyote97  6 months ago

    That’s because nobody should be the Genie but Robin Williams!!!!

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    todyoung Premium Member 6 months ago

    Um…is there any significance to the tiny hands?

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    jimmjonzz Premium Member 6 months ago

    Aside from the cartoon above, have we ever seen the genie represented in the Ives/BlueMan mode? (Fun characterization of the image, TIMH !) If this cartoon is supposed to be a knock on the version of the genie in the new live-action remake of the animated film, it’s set up a straw man to knock down, as the portrayal there is not even similar to image depicted here.

    Makes me think of the usual fanatic fan rejection of any portrayal of a beloved figure before it is given a chance. (And no, looking at photos and brief trailers don’t count as giving it a chance.) Think of the disdain heaped on Keaton’s casting as Batman/Bruce Wayne. Think of the gripes that Gal Gadot was too skinny and not athletic enough to be Wonder Woman. Both of those ideas were popular… until the movies came out.

    The same thing is happening right now in regard to Joaquin Phoenix as a mentally ill Joker (in the movie to be released next Halloween season). I suspect the finished product will be celebrated as Phoenix’s second great acting achievement (after his turn as Johnny Cash). Have two different actors ever been given an Oscar for portraying the same character? Of course, if it happens in this case, it wouldn’t be a Supporting Actor award.

    Or maybe I misread the cartoon entirely? If so, I’d gratefully accept being enlightened and corrected.I

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