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This is just a variant of someone making oodles of bad puns. The only Bucky fake-fame scheme that was actually funny is the time he tries to film a fake video presenting himself as a gangsta (“kibbles, cat snax, it’s all good”) in order to win “green” on a reality show. I hope that gets re-shown soon.
Yup…well done, Mr. Coon Cat.
Well, as long as he parodies Exile on Main St. and wants to insult dogs, he might as well also parody Liz Phair’s misandrist “Exile in Guyville” as “Exile in Dogville.”
[sigh] These “Bucky’s pop culture names” storylines settle for mocking Bucky without being funny.
It may not be Garfield; but at least it’s not Pearls Before Swine.
Satchel, for a monkey, you could probably satisfy Bucky’s hunger. But in England, he might be cited—“money is not food, sir!”
Monkeys are whatever color the British Government wants to print its monkeys in.
Wonky Newington? I think Conley wasn’t even listening to British slang anymore, and was probably making up nonsense.
Are you daft, Satchel? Or don’t you know the Brits use monkeys as currency? The monkey sterling, it is.
The crocodiles are the only reason I ever look at this nasty strip.