Yes. Those of us who’ve read the short story “Farewell to the Master” by Harry Bates — which was the basis for the movie — know that Gort is the real master.
Slight correction: When Klaatu was shot by the nervous soldier and Gort began destroying weapons, Klaatu shouted “Neklekto krossko” (or something like that) to get Gort to stand down. The phrase “Barada nikto” probably meant something like “must be rescued”.
Or your Pillsbury Space Food Sticks!
“You’ve forgotten the crackers, Gromit!”
Came here to say this.
Nice Monty Python reference.
I’m of an age where I still call it “Armistice Day”, and wear a poppy if I can find one. My grandfather served in WW1 and my dad served in WW2.
There’s “Academia Waltz” by Berkely Breathed. At least he spelled ‘academia’ correctly.
I believe our lass has had a sudden revelation in the last panel. Is she connecting Colin being out every night with the activities of the “Night Hero”?
“That cookie jar is fully armed and operational!”