When was the last time the strip mentioned Denise by name, anyway?
Try using a watch to count steps – it’s less likely to break when you stick it in the clothes dryer for 15 minutes to get your 10,000 steps
Right, “they” get the candy…well, maybe Trout does, but I seem to recall that Agnes’s grandma goes through her Halloween candy first, so who knows what’s really in her Easter basket
Only $100/month for cable? What non-local channels did he get? Also, how many streaming services provide channels that were available on cable? And how soon will people start complaining about, “Why am I paying so much for a lot of shows I don’t watch?”, the way people complain now about paying for channels they never watch, under the impression that if they can choose just the channels they want, it would be much cheaper?
Who hasn’t played Freezer Tetris at one time or another?
And Tara probably could have done it, too, given that she was literally run over by a car and, the next day (if not just hours later), doesn’t seem to be injured in the least by it
“Stella who?” – that’s probably how the strip will handle this for the next few months, if not years, until, wait, don’t tell me, let me guess, she shows up with a new job – as the “assistant” to Ann Eiffel
I don’t know about “pointlessly” departing from, or “absolutely desecrating,” but yes, in the comic strips, some adults talked. Not all of them – I don’t think Miss Othmar had any word bubbles (anything she said was just stated by whoever it was she was talking to) – but, for example, Charlie Brown’s mother did.
Either Tara is a VERY fast mover, or Greg didn’t realize that those movement lines on the car means that the car is (a) moving forward, and (b) has already moved far enough to hit her – we’ll probably find out tomorrow
That thief has a heel on their shoe…maybe Tiffany thought she could, er, “borrow” some money from the Fuse to get her through the current semester? Or maybe Ann Eiffel is trying to get rid of the competition for new business (or thinks the owners will think about selling, and cheaply at that)?