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Whaa?? Bernice, I know you’re beautiful and brilliant (sort of), but that was both absurd and unexpected. I’ve never been to a counselor, much less a therapist; but I wouldn’t expect them to explosively instruct me on how to handle the enemy in question.
Please do NOT do as Mordock suggests, characters in today’s strip. (What are you looking at? I know they can hear me!) We have waited days to be free of the horrible character Shannon.
Yup. What else can you say to a man who keeps a pet like Bucky.
Then knowing Bucky, I’m surprised he doesn’t employ a scorched-earth policy—kill and eat all birds in the neighborhood.
That’s because a story about a young couple rehabbing a house is thoroughly uninteresting. It would just barely pique our interest if…this obnoxious little brat disappeared from the room in the next strip, reappeared in the Saturday strip, and covered the room in mud before her de facto parents can realize what’s happening.
I wonder what Bucky wants from one individual bird in the neighborhood. Yeah, I know it could be that he wants to kill and eat it, but that would be pretty uninteresting…
Luann isn’t very bright.
What? When did Gunther have sex?
P.S. Not true—Brad and Toni presumably have.
Oh, please. They’re simply making fun of overzealous security.
The Halloween paradox: Scaring small children is not actually funny.