You know what I get from the last panel? Flow and Eddie really love each other a lot…….So sweet……..“sniff”…..
I love Wiley’s Sunday strips! They give him room to stretch, and have fun…The first panel(s) with Eddie and Pauly shooting off the ski jump is priceless…Oooo…Oooo…And the one with the moon, and he’s sleeping….comedy gold…
james bond did that. parachute skiied off a mountain
Must have hurt when the cat dug its claws in on take off.
If the cat had done the r-r-i-i-p-p, it would have been a catapult.
For once she wished that Eddie could walk in her diner and not hear all those big lies he tells….especially on Sunday.
I like Eddie. I like guys who can tell stories, and leave you wondering if it was true. The taller the better.
In panel #4, I’m thinking about those CLAWS!
Walter Mitties of the world unite.You have nothing to lose but your cynicism.
An outrage, why didn’t they accept the cat as a valid witness? Glad I stopped drinking Guinness; just stick to stout.
He had his cat.
The cat has a name. It’s Paulie.
does the cat have a name?
And check out Eddie and Pauly’s perfect form as they extend out over the tip of his skis on exiting the ski jump. With all that aerodynamic drag, he still got in one heckuva jump!
I read the strip and all the comments and still have a smell on my face and in my heart. Way to go Wiley!
Near Vancouver, one can snow-ski and water-ski on the same day with a short drive between. With a good lift-to-drag ratio or a favorable wind, perhaps one could fly from the ski slope to the water.
I love it! Even the “accent.”
Eddie and Calvin have imagination. Read Calvin and Hobbs today. The only differnece is one is an adult and one is a child.
The art of the tall tale is fading away, superseded by increasingly weirder reality. It’s good to see someone keeping the tradition going. Thank you Eddie and Wiley.
He really stuck the landing.
Yes, I believe I will have a Guiness, thank you.
@Thirdguy — I used to know a guy like that. He was in the Marines, the Navy, a sniper in the Army, and and a pilot in the Air Force; he had so man stories to tell for each of them he would have had to have lived several lifetimes to match them all. But he told them so well, you were just mesmerized by all the intrigue and color and action in each of them. And, of course, he was the hero in each! And this was a guy I went to college with!