He’s going to tell, he’s going to tell! Come on, Gunther! We want to hear all about the remote native village! Tell us of the squalor and the misery, of plague, pestilence and famine. We want to hear stories of foul vermin and odious excrement!
Thank you so much! I must have read it, but I don’t really remember it…
It seems that Delta tends to participate in political activism, while Rosa seems to pursue social causes. There is quite a bit of overlap between those two fields, so they do have at least some things in common.
As far as I can recall, wasn’t Mrs. Berger introduced around the time Quill moved in with Gunther? Or was she depicted before that? Can any Luannexperts help me on this?
Since you nearly never see any of them on the toilet…
No, but a couple weeks ago, I saw the woman in “Pajama Diaries” sitting on the toilet!
True enough! Peru looks to be located in the Eastern Time Zone, and if he is now on the U.S. west coast, it’s only three hours. Maybe he’s more tired from the trip between the remote village and the airport, than the actual distance of the plane flight.
As far as predictions go, I knew Gunther’s return was inevitable, but I did not foresee the beard and Bernice’s reaction to it. I do remember saying (when he left) that Gunther would return from Peru with a pencil-thin mustache and a slight accent.
It has been established in the past that my prediction-percentage is quite low. So what? I will now surmise that Mrs. Berger’s first name is either “Doris” or “Edna!” If not, either name would seem fitting.
Mrs. Berger is unescorted— is Ox one of those young guys who has heard about the older-woman mystique?