GATURRO: Chocolate time. For cats? ???
MARY WORTH: Nightmare in Red! If Wilbur is giving Estelle nightmares, it’s probably time for her to end the dating relationship. However, Wilbur is a continuing character in the MW strip…so it’s hard to predict what’s next.
CRANKSHAFT/LILLIAN: There’s an old adage, "Don’t call the tech or repairman until you first check to see if “it” needs to be plugged in. (This adage applies to refrigerators, some televisions, some computers…and all carousel projectors – lol)
Perhaps I should have said he’s losing his status as “the baby of the family.”
Libby is a one-eyed cat. She was once Mary’s cat, but as I recall Mary had to give Libby up because BP Dr. Jeff was allergic to the cat.
Prison? What’s next for Oop, Ooola & Doc!? Time will tell.
GATURRO: Somebody used to be an only child!
Mutts: Apparently Mooch is an “only cat.”
MARY WORTH: Ohmigosh! A nightmare!!
MARK TRAIL: Nice.
GATURRO: I need some translation help on this one.
PHANTOM: We see what fuels P’s fury.
MARY WORTH: Estelle’s dream is a surprise! (Her subconscious at work?) Does she want to marry Wilbur, or does she just want to get married?
MARK TRAIL: @ david -the attack gave us the opportunity see some great alligator art!
CRANKSHAFT: I agree that the Kodak Carousel was great for showing slides…but so is Microsoft PowerPoint.
And no food or water or Porta Potty.
GATURRO: Panel 5: Is Agatha saying, “I love myself”?
PHANTOM: Where is Devil?!
CRANKSHAFT: I think the young tech guy is actually impressed by the ingenuity of the carousel projector.
SIX CHIX: I don’t get it. Is that a baby bird in the eggshell…or something else?
The lemon appears to be taking a nap.