Male ~ Born 1959.
Professor of English.
Home: Sweet Home Chicago.
Mommie dearest, don’t you dare. Just put that needle down
Thought there was a chance we’d bond. Disturbing now your frown.
Drinks and dinner. Film and fun. A chance to start again
Now your mask has slipped aside, revealed a twisted grin.
Howells’ money is so tainted. You can’t spend it in the grave
Renounce this sin. You cannot win. Your own life you may save.
Darkness overcomes me now. As helpless as a child
When Tracy catches up with you the payback won’t be mild.
The curtain drops on me today. What shall be my fate?
Villains who have done me harm are moved by greed and hate.
Or “Mommie Dearest” in the case of Christina Crawford.
Great avatar, by the way.
Frisk had begun to hope that Lily was on the level. That hope is dead. Will Frisk follow?
Then with Ellie groove
Time to play some touch.
Friend is right there
She does more than care
Loves the lug so much.
He is bidden
Her assets hidden
Hubbs still without a clue.
The window calls
As confusion stalls
What each most wants to do.
His confusion is matched by Ellie’s failure to grasp that he thinks she is a he. Hubbs can tell “Al” that he loves Ellie, or he can go out the window. Options are limited.
Coffee Grounds doesn’t work security, but he is Vitamin’s agent. He is quite capable of evicting undesirables when the spirit moves him. He tossed Selfy out on his keister three years ago.
Hubbs: Time to tell “Al” you’re not a switch-hitter and that “he” should never cheat on Ellie
Ellie: Time to lose the wig and set the twins free.
Will Hubbs’ use of “Dude” wake Ellie from her slumber? Someone has to wake up first.
Panel two is declarative, yet suggestive. Ding!