I think Tiffany has something up her sleeve. “I have plans” meaning, “I have a plan to topple Ann.”
Because Zebo is mostly about words and vocabulary.
Zebo should be an English teacher.
Handouts are compassionate and logical? Bets wants to set Tiffany up with a sustainable long-range plan, not a quick fix. Give a man a fish, teach a man to fish.
Just about the time I start to feel a twinge of hope for Les (a kitten cracks his tough-guy facade), he yanks himself back down into the mire. (For those unfamiliar, “phishing” is an internet scam to con the unsuspecting into revealing their passwords, credit card number or other private information.)
Mordy, is this the intro to Les pushing for a live-in arrangement?
Once again, Bets is the voice of reason and common sense.
I don’t think the Evanses are ready to retire either. Thus I said not Cathy marrying Irving. I don’t particularly want something like Cathy and Irving moving in together as roommates.
I’ve always been one who advocated letting these young people be young people without the encumbrance of being expected to pair off like they’re lining up to board the Ark. I guess I got what I wanted, but sometimes it feels like wheel-spinning.
I’m not 83, but I sometimes wonder where all this might go, if the Evanses even know. I don’t expect the strip to be Cathy finally marrying Irving, but yeah, development.