This reminds me of a cartoon where the cat, lying on a pile of neatly folded laundry is saying “Of course I know they’re clean. You wouldn’t expect me to lie on dirty laundry, would you?”
In my late teens, I was a Tarzan fan until I noticed the later books in the series pretty much repeated the same plots. However, for this comic, do they actually follow any of the books or are they making up the adventures?
It has been explained in the past that the Big Pink House was once a big pink house that one family lived in (Freddie Quinn) . In recent years, it was subdivided into apartments. Georgia and The Man lived there with the three for a while. Therefore, there would only be one attic.
Georgia would never do that. If something happened in real life, she’d announce it, not just work it into a story line.
I don’t think Tabitha is feeling wonder. I think she’s feeling rage that she never could demolish Tillie – For some reason, she couldn’t lay a paw on her!
Tillie is grinning with glee even though she’s upside down!
Tabitha isn’t angry at Tillie for being a ghost but for being a rival female who has invaded her home turf.
It looks like Agatha has stayed to keep Pucky company as well.
Elvis was always looking in the wrong direction when Tillie was around. It wasn’t that he couldn’t see her, he simply didn’t see her until the very last scene of that arc.
Cathy has to know that 90% of what’s in her purse doesn’t need to be there. I think that’s what she doesn’t want Irving to find out.