Friday, February 29, 2008

Mary Worth 127

Plot. Advancing. Too. Quickly... Must. Make. It. Stop.

A rift in the Mary Worth Time-Space Continuum is causing mass disorientation. Time speeds up. Drew Corey spontaneously sings Rogers & Hammerstein songs in public. Dr. Jeff stands in the background while a blue-&-black-haired stranger says good-bye to his son.

As much as I would like to think this is the last time I ever see Dr. Drew Corey, I'm quite convinced by this rush to Vietnam, that we're simply being set up for more Drew and Vera in just a few short weeks when Drew returns home as a new man (played by a young George Clooney).

Edited to add: How the heck did Mary and Jeff (and the stranger in the green jacket) get to the gate without a boarding pass?? This really is 1978 isn't it!

I blame the Dharma Initiative for all of today's current strangeness! Mary Worth conspiracy theorists, beware!

2 comments:

Amber said...

I think we can attribute this warp speed in plot to the fact that even time itself is anxious to conform to the meddlings of Mary Worth.

Howabominable (aka Lindsey ^_^) said...

What the hell? I mean, it takes Mary an entire MONTH to take a bike ride, but it takes Drew one day to apply for a passport, get one, buy the plane ticket, pack, quit his job, let Peace Village know he's coming, and leave? I just don't get this comic.