Judge Parker = Depends on the tone of voice. That could be said icily or suspiciously.
Judge Parker = It could be used against Abby, unless it becomes more clearly not her.
Phantom – Guran doesn’t need to look so happy at the prospect!
Gaturro – No thanks! I don’t even like small rodents!
Judge Parker – If they shouldn’t be talking, why doesn’t the vice-mayor leave before he gets caught? I hope the writer can maintain a suspenseful story in which Sam can be a hero.
Rex Morgan – I still would like more explanation about the explosion.
Judge Parker – Threat or bribe – Sam’s not listening. Will he look at the USB flash?
Rex Morgan – IT does look like the story may be over, but Jordan doesn’t know what obstacle was cleared and I would like to know the why.
Judge Parker – They’ve spent several days of Sam not letting the vice mayor say much of anything. That last offer seems the most tempting.
Phantom – What can Kit do? Does he have to wait for his father to die? There have hints about that for a while and I don’t like that kind of suspense.
Rex Morgan – I hope there is some more explanation, perhaps in that envelope. I missed reading comics for a while and I don’t know who the guy was that planned the bombing or why, but it backfired on him.
Judge Parker – I’m glad to see Sam has an office. This could prove interesting and I hope we’re not disappointed. Enough with Ronnie and Kat’s drama.
REX MORGAN – Is he going to turn on his boss?
Gaturro – Poor Gaturro! Does “they don’t swallow me” mean something like “they don’t get me” or “they don’t dig me”?
Judge Parker – I don’t remember what their suit against the city is about, but they may eventually have one for slander. It’s nice to know that Alan and Sam sometimes go to the office.
I think Mozzi has been telling a tale and the prison break didn’t happen. I hope we don’t have to repeat it for real.
Mary Worth – What will Wilbur do if Pierre starts howling?