Pucky toe beans!
Flannel sheets are too warm for me.
That is adorable! I think both Tommy and Sophie would give that one a paws up!
This is a job for Sophie and Beatrix.
Sadly, the mass casualties of ward generally lead to major advancements in surgical and medical technology. One of the major advances that came out of WW2 was the use of antibiotics such as sulfa drugs and penicillin. The Korean war proved the value of rapid treatment in MASH as well as advancement in vascular repair. The Viet Nam war taught us that blood products can be frozen thus extending their shelf life considerably. The wars in the Middle East brought advances in burn care and limb replacement.
The plot is heading towards and WWII and the Nazi invasion of most of Europe. It’s going to be hard to avoid talking historic geopolitics.
I got a printed toy catalog in the snail mail yesterday from Amazon! What’s the world coming to?
I find myself reading a lot here lately.
That was a bit of an abrupt transition. How did they get Lupin off the fridge?
I don’t want to take advantage of your spreadsheet skills. Do as much or as little as you have time and interest. Maybe we can make it a group project by having folks mention particularly memorable wardrobe.
I would say yes to all the above, especially the hat of adventure! I don’t think we need wardrobe for every single strip—maybe just a “standard” work wardrobe and then not when things change, like when Tommy adds the bow tie after he formally joins the BCN team. Will you include the outfit Puck digs out of the trunk—in which he was trapped—as a Halloween outfit? Then there are the exercise togs and Puck’s lederhosen in the climbing contest episode. They wear some festive Christmas sweaters. There were so many costumes in the 4th of July Special. And their St. Paddy’s Day getup, especially Elvis’s “Kiss Me I’m Irish” shirt.
Oh, and the dresses the mice are wearing in the peep frogs episode. And the boy’s in their tuxedo’s for the dinner party and New Year’s Eve.