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I think Whitney and Pat live on the west coast, and, since the Ted Knight-the Original Starman was created in the 30’s-40’s, Opal City would be on the east coast. Of course with all the ReContinuities who knows where Opal City is, or, where Whitney, and, Pat live.
Is Cobra thinking of action, revenge on the guy who shot her latest boy toy? Or, “action” after the other villain is taken care of (with either Rip, or, the Sheriff)?
Since Dick returned to the department, Tess has been running the Tracy agency. Seemingly successfully. In order to do so, she must have business smarts, and, to go along with them, apparently picked up a lot of investigative skills from DIck. I think Shaky, V2, is going to find out Tess isn’t as an easy of a mark as he may think.But since this strip is entitled DIck Tracy, it’s probably safe to say that Tess will need some help from her husband, the police detective.
If this keeps up Frank, and, Nancy will be getting that grandchild we all think they have been waiting for. And, Luann will be an aunt to somebody more than just her favorite (and, only,) sister in law’s niece.
have any these idjits ever tried suing Tracy and his department in civil court? Not that hey’d win, but it would be a novel approach for seeking revenge.
Maybe in flashbacks, since it is supposed to be centered on Courtney, and, Pat.
I thought the Knight family gave up on the hero business, because the Cosmic Rod was first passed to Sylvester Pemberton (the Star Spangled Kid,) then to COurtney Whitmore (Stargirl.)
Toni. while Brad would appreciate anything you might’ve bought him, it’s kind of obvious that he appreciates what you DID give him. (And, if things progress the way most of us think they will, you both will appreciate what you gave each other.)
What is this all of a sudden, the 19th Century? Blame the last one at the scene, and, lynch him?
I was going to sat something similar. Like how she was going to Kip’s room for some private, intimate, “exercise.” So why change?