Props for updating the strips quickly enough to reflect our current reality.
No child is ever going to ask, “what does it mean that I’m a ray of sunshine?” The better way to write this joke would be for her to brag that her dad said that, and then have Brad speculate that maybe her dad meant what Brad described. That way the little girl doesn’t sound like she’s totally unfamiliar with the English language.
Agreed. We’re invested in the characters, but the plotting is painful because it’s never been updated to match the college setting. Everyone still acts like they’re in middle school.
I’m sad that it’s over, but very happy to have been along for the ride.
Or loud music and some guy passed out on the floor!
With so many of these paintings, it’s hard to figure out what the painter actually intended to depict.
They’re toquing up with their friends.
I have implored Mr. Allison to continue drawing the strip for the next fifty years and pass it to his children, like Beetle Bailey, but he seems disinclined to do so.
Was not expecting that.