"I never meant to hurt you, but you had me hanging by my throat off the 32nd floor balcony of the Washington D.C. Hotel. I had to use my Death Ray. I knew your super powers would protect you, but I don't HAVE super powers. I only have my highly developed sense of intelligence, and the ability to disguise myself by graying my hair at will. Please, Terry ... or should I say, Teflon Girl? ... I'm crying a river, here."
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
"Adam, what are you doing out of prison? Has it been ten years already, or did you get two years off for charming behavior? I've told you a million times, I will never date a super villain."
In honor of Adam Miller getting out of prison, I'm adding Tie a Yellow Ribbon to the ol' Charterstone Jukebox.
Monday, March 23, 2015
Seven years ago, Terry Bryson appeared in a public service announcement about online scams that was arguably the longest two weeks in Mary Worth history. Terry Bryson appears to still favor old timey brief cases, although she has traded concrete for wood, and I'm guessing she is no longer wearing a Star Trek ensign uniform under that overcoat, but has been promoted to lieutenant. I, for one, couldn't be more pleased. I assume this will be a public service announcement about not dating super villains.
Saturday, March 21, 2015
Friday, March 20, 2015
The world IS a dangerous place when Batman keeps punching you in the face every time you try to use your Death Ray.
The last time we saw Scott Hewlettt, he was driving off with Dr. Adrian Cory-Hewlett to their Local Honeymoon Destination. They haven't been seen for four years. I'm glad to hear he's since recovered from his gunshot wound. Unlike you, Adam Miller, who is still disabled. Love healed Scott. It can heal you too.