I love how you answered your own question.
Greg’s not gonna write her out; he thinks she’s the greatest villain since Darth Vader. Remember when she reappeared and the site featured a retrospective of her “greatest hits”?
You don’t seriously think that getting banned from Kafé Kablooie is gonna convince Ann to treat Tiffany better, do you?
What exactly are Ox and TJ gonna do, threaten to beat her up? The characters normally use blackmail against the villains, but Ann hasn’t done anything blackmail-worthy lately. Plus Tiffany’s last attempt was a complete failure, since her father is uninterested in what she has to say anyway. I stand by my assertion: Tiffany has no leverage here.
It wouldn’t be so bad if we didn’t already know that Tiffany will just sit back and take whatever Ann is about to throw her way (as opposed to standing up for herself.) Though to be fair, Tiff doesn’t really have much leverage here.
Not like we’d see his facial expression anyway.
I see Greg forgot that Gunther and Les sold their sofa (and all their other furniture) for a throw rug and two beanbag chairs.
Awww, I forgot it was a play first!!! Nice catch!
Interesting to see all the people referencing Three’s Company as a possible influence for this latest twist. This strip’s bold new direction is to copy a TV sitcom that aired 42 years ago?!? Of course, Gunther and Les’s situation is copied from a fifty-year-old movie…
Still, I think the idea of characters rooming together as young adults has a lot of merit. Problem is that we’re focusing on the wrong characters: what we really need to is pry Luann out of her parents’ house. She’s all settled in there like a tick, so good luck there.
Then she’ll have to learn. The simple fact is that she cannot afford to live in a fancy private dorm room anymore. Her preferences take a backseat to her budget.