Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Mary Worth 584

Adrian, who lives in Santa Royale, California, where nothing EVER happens, is so thrown by her colleague's declaration that her brain has emitted a tiny question mark fart.

16 comments:

BaHa said...

A sentence so terribly worthy of Moy world. Something has happened; someone has blundered. The Charge of the Unknown Blonde Policeman.

Chester(?) said...

Adrian replies:

"Was my house,er,car towed?"
"Santaroymart ran out of RC Cola?"
"You found fifty grand in the sewer?"
"Three Trees now has an early bird special?"

Edger the Bug said...

who knew Sarah Palin Works as a nurse in charterstone now. Or that she has the power to make pink curtains mysteriously appear behind her.

pandagrandma said...

Adrian: "And you're asking MY advice on how to stop touching your face???"

Diving Off A Cliff said...

I see that there is hope for Scott now. After all, it's Dr. GOOD who is working on him, not Dr. MEDIOCRE.

djangosmom said...

I think that I would rather have Dr. ExcellentGraduatedatthetopofhisclass if I got shot in a warehouse raid on a shakedown in H-town. but that's just me. lol

Anonymous said...

"Something's happened!"

In Mary Worth? So ever bloody unlikely.

Toots McGee said...

Adrian's reaction to the news that "Something's Happened" was the same reaction I had to the Joseph Heller novel Something Happened.

Yes, indeed, it was a tiny question mark fart.

BaHa said...

Obscure reference alert: Dr. Good? Who is the nurse, Cher?

phoebes in santa fe said...

There's something wrong with me. I read the comics at the WaPo first thing in the morning and then IMMEDIATELY head over here to get the comments about Mary Worth!

By the way, as noted by others, I'D rather have Dr "Graduated-at-the-top-of-my-Harvard-Med-School-class" operate on ME!

Robert said...

Does Moy even try to write this comic strip anymore? Dr. Good? Really? I guess this coworker of Adrian bearing the bad news is named Nurse Concerned.

duckduckgoose said...

I really enjoyed the look on Adrian's face today. (10/1)

My teenage son glanced at it and said, "Not the Teeth! Tell me they didn't hurt his teeth!"

Anonymous said...

Enough with the face-touching already!!

Vicki (on pins & needles) said...

We're not out of the woods yet!! Dr. Good may be...well, a GOOD surgeon, but just look at doctor Death walking down the hall with his back to us--half in light, half in total blackness! I fear this could go either way.

@BaHa -- good catch with the obscure reference!! I knew I'd heard that name somewhere!

viscosity said...

Dr. Good, first name Feel.
THANKS MOTLEY CRUE!!!!

Anonymous said...

In the second frame, A has that look from all those movies where a woman finds a dead body somewhere and lets out a primal, blood-curdling scream that attracts everyone for approximately three miles around to come take a look. To be precise, it's the look they get in the split second before they take the huge breath (INHALE!) and then let loose. For some reason, I have seen that face about 15 times in the last two weeks. I think it has to do with our discovery of the Retro TV Network on our ultra-basic digital cable plan.

--wheelhead