Mark Trail – Looks like he landed on a mattress or big piece of foam. How did he arrange that? Couldn’t he have just raised the window? Sometimes in older buildings, the windows have been painted over so much they are stuck.
Crankshaft – Taking off the beard and the cap would have helped more.
I also follow several including Apartment 3G. Bryan is incredibly naive, especially for someone who has been in the service. I also follow vintage Judge Parker, King of the Royal Mounted, Heart of Juliette Jones, Phantom, and Mandrake.
Look in my eyes, you will die. Is that a genetic condition? My guess is that it’s just a disguise because the eyes are the most recognizable feature.
Phantom – Nice of Lee Falk to let us know what’s going on in Heloise’s head.
JP – Schadenfreude is defined as malicious joy – being happy about someone else’s misery. Could it also be used to mean being unhappy about someone else’s joy?
Judge Parker – There were lots of suggestions at CK, but most were untranslatable or vulgarisms. What’s the opposite of “schadenfreude”?
Mary Worth – I would think she would still have left-overs if the cat didn’t get it.
Rex Morgan – Humility?
Phantom – The bus said Manhattan on the front. Is she going back to school? What will her relationship with Kadia be?
“Mate” sounds Australian. Wouldn’t “chap” be more English?
I think the big puppy dog eyes would be more effective than the eyes of judgment.
Gaturro – Do, re, mi – It’s Gaturro who is sharp (smart).
*Phantom – The last we saw Heloise, she was crying to her daddy about wanting to go home. I assumed that she did and felt the story not quite resolved. It’s nice that DePaul & Manley are keeping Lee Falk alive.
MARY WORTH- now she’ll have to vacuum well and send her clothes to the dry cleaners.
JUDGE PARKER – Marieis happy but what about us?