Spud has a point. But Rose made a commitment to follow those lessons. Maybe if all the gang start to follow music lessons…
Hitchcock sequel to The Birds. The Children. Popcorn?
The beginning of their band, right here…
It’s the first time I’ve noticed Spud talking with a New England accent.
“I childproofed my home, but they keep getting in!”
Ask Seagull what to do!
It’s okay Mr. Nunes, it is only the gang!
Rose seemed to be having so much fun, I’m sure the lessons don’t take up that much time.
Time to break out the triangle and the drums. The band is here!
Her brain says “commitment”. The little butterfly says “summer!”
Yes. This is a veeeeeery normal thing happening right now. This is probably technically legal.. maybe…
Can we circle back to the “ice cream” part?
Got to make a choice, or be Solomonesque and split the time……
Guess this is a lesson to keep your window closed, Mr. Nunes.
That said, I like his approach on how he’s handling the problem, by trying to let Rose have the say in the matter.
Hand them an instrument, Mr. Nunes…
Freedom is just another word for nothing left to do (to loosely paraphrase Janis Joplin).
The room is full and won’t hold any more!
Long ago we were stationed at Fort Devens, Mass. After the first week of kindergarten there everything was “wicked cool” to my six year old.
play music outside! then everyone is happy!
You can have jamming and clamming. In fact, most jams are full of clams.
Music teacher seems like a really good guy. As someone who was forced to take music lessons as a kid, I appreciate the lack of realism in that regard
Today’s strip seems ambiguous. Why is Amelia looking for a TV? Whom or what is Spud ❤ing, and why?
Is… Is Spud going heart emoji because he’s looking up Amelia’s skirt as she’s climbing in?!
April 15, 2016