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I think they’re dysfunctional because Roger and Andy allow Jason to keep Quincy—an iguana—as a pet. Wild animals shouldn’t be pets.
I made this one up:
Andy: Jason, what game are you and Marcus playing?
Jason: “Super Mario Bros.”.
Andy: That had better be rated “E”, son.
Jason: It is.
Marcus (to Jason): I wish MY Mom thought “E” stood for “educational”.
Andy: Paige, what are you and Nicole watching?
Andy: Is that rated “G”?
Paige: Of course, Mom.
Andy: Glad to hear it, sweetheart.
Nicole (to Paige): I wish MY Mom thought “G” stood for “genuine”.
It’s a shame that nothing like this ever happened on Saban’s Power Rangers.
Mentor: Rangers! A monster is attacking the city! You must stop him at once!
Red Ranger: Why? What will we get in return?
Blue Ranger: A safer world, of course.
Pink Ranger: Yeah, no amount of money can buy that.
Black Ranger: You’re the leader; you should know.
Red Ranger: Yeah, I guess you guys are right. Let’s go.
Silver Ranger: Agreed.
Yellow Ranger: You see? It’s not so bad having things put in perspective.
Mentor: Precisely. Good luck, Rangers, and may the power protect you.
Red Ranger: IT’S MORPHING TIME!…
Calvin, you and Hobbes cut and pasted letters from newspapers instead of writing your ransom note by hand. I thought the purpose of that was to make Susie, as you say in the note, unable to trace and find you.
It’s not all bad. At least, on my bike, it’s easier to watch out and stop for animals.
I looked up the Greek term for root beer online. It’s “byra riza”.
Jon’s always trying to get Garfield to say “meow”. Now he’s succeeded, but he doesn’t seem too happy about it.
Actually, Jon, he did say “rowr” on April 13, 1983.