Ralph hasn’t been a mall cop in years. It isn’t shown often anymore, but currently he works as a security guard for the TSA.
This is surprisingly timely for something that was probably made at least a few months ago.
As for me, I burned out on binge watching a few weeks ago after watching every episode of Penny Dreadful to prepare for the upcoming spinoff series. I’ll stick to movies and weekly episodes of television series for the time being.
Fritzy Ritz and Nancy and all the others initially lived in Brooklyn, but some time during the 1950’s they seemed to have transferred to a random suburb in the United States without anyone realizing it.
Is this the first syndicated comic strip to reference coronavirus?
Back in 1982, when this strip initially ran, two minutes was considered a long commercial break.
Regular commercial breaks on television can easily be more than twice that long nowadays. It’s not only an annoyance for viewers who get frustrated waiting for their shows to return, but it’s also bad for advertisers. The large number of commercials means that individual commercials get lost in the noise and aren’t effective. That’s why we’re starting to see some efforts to cut back on the number of commercials during television programming.
That was a different ugly face contest. It was held by Orson. This weekday continuity ugly face contest is being held by Roy.
It’s not over yet. This Sunday strip isn’t part of the weekday strip’s continuity, so a different ugly face contest will happen on the weekdays soon.
Lucy mentions that she has a baby brother a few months after this, but it’s a while after that before Linus appears in the strip.
Well, he is a cat.
Headphones, people. Too many people these days are entirely unaware how annoying and rude it is to have the audio from their phones blasted out for everyone around them to hear.