That is a “given” she won’t live with Lesunther. Greg has already stated he tries to keep the strip suitable for all ages, but does leave some situations open to however the reader wants to interpret.
I don’t see the Evans doing #1 or #4 for obvious reasons. #5 is very remote as we don’t know if Bets has any connection with those girls – does Dez/Bern have space? Tara goes to a CC, does it have dorms and does she stay in one? So that leaves #2 and #3. While #2 might seem like the “smart play”, the Evans could possibly throw a curve and concoct some #3 situation – e.g., Bets has a cousin in school who needs a roommate – another temporary character until they figure out the direction to take Tiffany in. Well, stay tuned in, same time, same “Luann channel”.
True, but anyone into computer technology (or related) knows about phishing. An assumption might be that “naive” Gunther thought Les was talking about fishing vs “conning”. You know its “phishing” because that is what is visible, but not what is heard as they are pronounced the same.
As I recall, the strip ended with Brandy and Roger at the altar getting ready to say “I do” and Frank was on his way to the church to object and had an accident. It was around that time the newspapers stopped carrying the strip (Cho ceased syndication at the end of 2001). Others have posted that Cho continued the strip in comic book format and that Brandy never did marry Roger.
Keep in mind, this strip started back in 1950. There was no Walgreen’s chain or any other drugstore chain like today. Many drugstores sold comic books and those who had them in the back part of the store were prime for kids to go in and sit down on the floor and read them. It was like that in the 30s and 40s. Five cents for a comic was a lot of money to a young kid back then plus the 30s was the depression time frame which didn’t end until after WWII. You can’t judge the times back then by today’s standards.
My granddoggies would have punched holes in that bottle in 5.10 milliseconds. They love to demolish those water bottles (not those made from glass). To them,. its another “squeaky toy”, which the bigger one gets the squeaker out in 10 milliseconds. He does have one which has been a challenge, itstill has it squeaker buried deep inside and he won’t chew it apart. :)
Sorry about that. It was late and I thought you were responding to wiatr whose reply was sandwiched between your reply to CaliforniaMonty.
Sounds like a Hallmark movie. :)
While anything is possible, per Greg Evans, its not going to happen (at least while he still lives). If you read the interview, he already said Aaron Hill is history. From his interview (see the link I posted in my reply to your initial comment): " Aaron Hill had definitely run his course. With a relationship story you eventually have to either consummate it or end it. You can’t keep up the “will they/won’t they” thing forever."