Some work? What’s a LOT of work?
While it’s not too clear about his line of fire, in a real-life situation Sam would have done more than just fire to knock the weapon out of Yeti’s hand. He would have aimed to take him out.
Although we wonder what’s going to happen to “Breathless”, the snub could not have happened to a nicer guy!
How much anyone wants to bet that there is more “consultation” going on than what Shaky is telling Edison about?
@aman-The item on Breathless Mahoney’s head was the headgear that was part of a maid’s uniform. She posed as “Marie”, a new maid for Madam Van Hoosen, for the sole purpose of retreiving the knitting bag that held the $50, 000 that wound up in the willow tree on the Van Hoosen estate. Breathless would end up killing the gardener who found the bag and cut it down from the tree.
Talk about getting into one’s role. Not only does Fortuna appear as a dead-ringer for Breathless Mahoney, but she insists on being called “Breathless” during the shoot. Shades of Jim Carrey when he portrayed Andy Kaufman in his film “Man on the Moon”.
They seem to do a lot of eating in this minit mystery, don’t they?
What a name! Anyway, I wonder if Scarmony was Mindy’s cellmate here in the states or down in Mexico where she was serving time; that’s based on an old Rogues Gallery entry during the Collins/Fletcher years.
Since this strip originally ran from the late 1990s to the early 2000s, how does this whole situation with Frank and Brandy turn out?
I had to do a little research via the Dick Tracy wiki. Brenda did do what could be considered a guest appearance. Her appearance, which was an interview with Tracy was in 1994 during the Locher and Killian era and was around the same time that the team wrote and drew the storyline in which Tess decides to file for divorce.