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.
Gosh. Zebo actually makes a statement that is not denigrating those beneath his massive ego. As some have already observed, perhaps there is a glimmer of hope for him.
Just say “No.”
Thanks for the thoughts. Perhaps a bit deep for a comic strip character, but just what I needed to hear personally for a transition of my own.
At last Bernice has stopped dictating into that infernal handheld.
I am one of those who does dishes by hand. But the hot water-hogging dishwasher was the catalyst that drove that arc.
What happened to the dishwasher that depleted all the hot water back during the smelly bathroom arc?
Bernice calls her little exercise in superiority and arrogance a “group dynamics study.” If her psychology professor knows a scientific study when she sees one, she will hand the report back to Bernice and not even dignify it with a grade. This is not a “group study,” but a collection of personal opinions, even at the outset when she decided what labels to assign each rat in her self-defined little maze.
If Dez were conducting the same “study,” she might well dictate into her phone, “The Grounded One attempts to insulate herself from the regrettable decision to invite these two, the Airhead is totally clueless what ‘wilderness’ might mean, and the Irritant had already alienated her peers before we even arrived.”
Perhaps THAT could be a viable “study” – how two individuals can experience the same event and yet have totally opposite experiences.
While Dez communes with nature, Bernice communes with her handheld. Wonder what happens when she discovers there is no place to plug in her charger.
It’s about time for Luann and Dez to tell Bern to shove the smartphone and stop condescending as if they were objects. Already weary of the daily Bernice analytics this week.