Mary Worth is brutal
Mary Worth, 8/21/12
Wilbur and Dawn recover from their TV-induced “people came together to help one another” hallucination and realize that life is, after all, brutal. And that they both kinda miss Dave. Back to square one: the perfect Mary Worth story arc.
OK, POOL PARTY!
Herb and Jamaal, 8/21/12
It’s so unfair, because Jamaal really was checking out her blouse — everybody is saying “bold, flowery prints” for fall, but Jamaal thinks the only way to avoid ’70’s Earth Mother connotations is to build the look on a classically constructed garment. And the stitching on this one is simply slovenly, it’s a size too large, and for God’s sake tuck it in. Seriously, girl, you go out in public dressed like that? And slap people when they notice? Bitch.
P. Martin Shoemaker (Shoe), an editor at the Treetops Tattler, documents a single exception to the pending collapse of his industry.
“Say, you’re not by any chance reading Shoe, are you?”
“Don’t be ridiculous.”
Barney Google and Snuffy Smith, 8/21/12
THE EYES OF SNUFFY PEER INTO YOUR SOUL! FEAR HIM!
Judge Parker, 8/21/12
Sam begins to suspect that all Avery’s talk of passion, seduction, Old Hardy, wild life, and prevailing in the end may not be entirely about fishing. Not the sharpest knife in the drawer, our Sam.
— Uncle Lumpy