Funny how the message on Dez’s green shirt goes from “Peace 24-7” to “Greg 9 30”. Did Stef do that too? :)
Of course, in the real world, Tiff would be quickly visited by the town’s Code Enforcement officer, since she has turned her home into a warehouse. Or maybe those panels are coming later this week.
You obviously haven’t been to the Vdara. While it is part of CityCenter (on the Strip), the Vdara has no casino and no slots. (The Aria next door does.)
Not really – the strip originally was published in 2015!
You DO know that this strip has been out of print for years and years, right? This strip was the last of the series, and the next one will begin with the very first one all over again.
Check the copyright date between panels 1 and 2 – this strip is 26 years old. All Doonesbury strips – except for Sundays – are old reprints.
Yep, Liberty Meadows is doomed to be in perpetual reruns. I think we’ve seen this Brandy/Mom story line a dozen or so times. This will continue until Cho ever decides to revisit the strip, or if the papers that used to print it demand its return. (And seeing as how print media is having a hard time, that’s not likely either.)
Oh yeah, THAT restaurant. Laurel apparently only has the one.
You HAVE read this strip before, right? You do know that the animals are part of the characters and story lines, right?
You DO know that this strip has been out of production for years. All of these are reruns which are years old. You can also find LM strips at Cho’s own website – www.apesandbabes.com.
See, just another Evans misdirection. The Peruvian storyline may show up again some day, like the others. But Greg’s history is full of non-linear and much-delayed storylines. Guess it’s job security.