They came to visit not to stay return our bottles every day ;-)
They just showed up (relatively speaking) and they’re already marginalized.
Gotta love craft-services!
Don’t forget about the cow that drops on Verne.
Somehow, I don’t think they’re coming back anytime soon.
Ah wait a minute! George is cool and a great addition.Baby Hammy? Yeah maybe not so much. Why the dismissal?Too much for the cartoonist to keep up with?
Imagine if they tried to accommodate a pair of possums, a family of five porcupines, a skunk, and a pampered housecat.
Oh, and a very grumpy bear.
Did you know that Lyle Waggoner (of the Carol Burnett Show) noticed that trailers for stars on Hollywood back lots weren’t optimized for the use case, so he formed his own company and made millions renting out luxury caravans.
Major characters don’t “need to be in every frame” either.
Maybe they can hang out with the crocs from Pearls Before Swine.
But, but. but….George wasn’t just a one-week flash in the strip. He’s been with them for a long time now…Please, please, please, don’t get rid of George. Don’t need an extra Hammy, but George!!!
How about a spin off? “Next to the Hedge”
So….they were just throw-ways??
So Baby Hammy can talk already.
And all the twinkies they can eat.
Aw come on, please don’t tell me George is gone :( and don’t call George “minor”
George riding the neighbor’s mower could be a whole trip his own…
Ohhhhh! This can be like the Batman “A Death in the Family” storyline with Jason Todd! Have a vote by readers of which characters to keep and which to kill off! Better be careful Verne …
I really like George!
Baby Hammy hasn’t been around long enough to form an opinion.
George is my favorite! I wanna see more of him! How about sending him here, he can mow my lawn anytime he wants.
Which rock star band was it that had green M&Ms in fine print pages in on their contracts, saying they had to be provided? It wasn’t because they wanted M&Ms, it was because they wanted to know for sure that the venues were actually reading the contracts.
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