Thursday, October 23, 2008

Mary Worth 350

That's right, Jeff, and if ever anyone exemplified the Prime Directive, it's your girlfriend, Mary Worth. Now she's off to Lake Tranquil for a weekend of skiing with a "friend" and non-interference.

Today's Full Strip

7 comments:

shandyowl said...

You said it Wanders - if there is one thing that Mary cannot abide it is meddling in other people's lives.

Such a galling display of hypocrisy makes her and ideal Presidential candidate. Do I hear the scratching of pens as voters the length and breadth of the nation write in "Mary Worth"?

The Enthusiast said...

Wow, Dr. Jeff is really insecure, he needs to reaffirm his relationship to his son in every sentence.
Tomorrow:
"My son Drew, who I am the father of sounded distant when I made a fatherly phone call to him as he is of my loins"

Anonymous said...

This felt like a real visit with an old folk. She rambled about things only she cared about, and I spent most of the time trying to keep myself entertained by looking over the stuff in her curio cabinet.

That girl-with-parasol figurine, by the way? That used to be a real girl before she crossed Mary Worth's dark magics by refusing a meddle. Remember that classic storyline, The Great Grapefruit Caper? When Mary just couldn't find the proper grapefruit from amongst a larger selection of equally good grapefruit? It ran from '97 to early '99? Well anyway, that figurine used to be the sassy cashier. I'm sure of it.

BTW, I totally don't mind if, while I rambled about things only I cared about, you spent most of the time trying to keep yourself entertained by looking over the stuff in my curio cabinet. As long as I've got a visitor, who's to complain ...

Anonymous said...

I'd love to post more but I must leave to sort out my own hopes and dreams.

spike said...

Anon 1109: I've got plenty of boxes to loan out if you need 'em while you're sorting!

Anonymous said...

Well, I've got my hopes and dreams all sorted. Now for the socks.

Anonymous said...

Star Trek rocks. Picard always seems to somehow find a work around for the prime directive just like Mary always finds a work around for her "don't interfere" directive.