If he can get his hands and feet free somehow, I hope Tracy remembers what he learned about alligators from one of his favorite reality shows. It definitely will come in handy in this situation.
It’s too bad that when this strip was originally written, there were no scenes where the mom tried Ralph’s hair machine.
And like those classic MGM Droopy cartoons, Oscar will be right there to scarf his treat!
I suppose Punk will help Tiffany’s stress level for the moment; too bad he can’t help her pay her bills and pass that economics class [maybe].
I wonder if this was the initial reaction when Cho produced the strip? Since it has been years since it was originally produced, I have to patiently ride it out.
How did this one get past the editors? Anyway, this strip reminds me of those ads from that company who always ended with the statement: “Don’t judge too quickly”.
Is Dad getting paid by Operation Lifesaver to play this game with Ruthie and Joe?
Looks like Flintheart’s ability to bring out the bad guys is at it again!
It would be natural if Vitamin played the Stage Manager. I recall that in my 10th Grade Lit course we read in class Wilder’s “Our Town”, during the Spring semester of 1985 (I’m giving away my age here; I was about 16 and this was about thirty-four years ago ) and I had the privilege to read the part of the Stage Manager in class.