Monday, November 23, 2009

Mary Worth 626

Wonderful. But what's motivating this sudden case of dwarfism?

And here Adrian was expecting to endure a lengthy recovery with Scott. She must be very disappointed. Never underestimate the power of face touching.

Today's Full Strip

19 comments:

Pamster said...

It's not dwarfism! Scott has turned into a "Roadside Man"! Must have been the magical hi-fi.

http://roadsidepeek.com/roadside/roadmen/index.htmhttp://roadsidepeek.com/roadusa/southwest/california/centcal/centcalroadside/centcalroadmen/agmusmanmerced.jpg

Amber said...

"I could even kill you, Dr. Good...kill you with these two hands."

Mollie said...

The head-bandage is off! Amazing! Next they'll be telling us his leg is no longer numb...

duckdg said...

Oh yes, Roadside Scott and his giant pet HiFi! We see it every time we drive through Santa Royale. They bring attention not only to the Sanroy Stereo Stop, but to the powerful healing power of love.

Edgar The Bug said...

NOOOOO,not Adrian and Scott part three. Why can't we have a story that doesn't involve Adrian or Delilah?

Anonymous said...

It sure was touch and go there for awhile with Scott's prognosis. But it looks as if the love birds will have it much easier than anticipated during A's bedside vigil. I guess I just never really understood the healing properties of a head bandage and sling. Modern medicine is certainly a marvel. I bet that Scott will soon be able to feel his leg now that the miracle head bandage has been moved.

phoebes in santa fe said...

I wonder if anyone writes fan letters to Karen Moy and tells her how wonderful the stories are about Adrian and Delilah?

If there are people writing these letters, maybe we could take away their access to computers.

I don't think I can take any more Del and Adrian. The only interesting character in the Del story line was the old, lecherous boyfriend who had wall hangings that could "shock children!"

Nathan said...

AAAAUUGGHH!

The hurting...won't...stop. First Adrian and Scott...then Delilah...then Adrian and Scott AGAIN?

What did we ever do to deserve this?

Anonymous said...

Wasn't it Scott's right leg that was numb?

I want a Drew storyline. He has the requisite greasy blue-black hair. And a houndstooth sportcoat.

--Beagle Vet

Vicki said...

Our "Roadside Man" Scott looks so doggone menacing, at first I thought he'd punched Dr. Good in the stomach!!
Then I lost interest in them and wished I could peek inside the "get well" card to see who it's from. I bet either Del or HiFi sent it.

Anonymous said...

I'm guessing that he can't feel his right leg because of the bullet lodged in his brain but it was his left leg that hasn't been right since an old football injury. Hey, that beats anything that Moy has come up with.

Anonymous said...

Dr. Good, when you're motivated as I am, anything's possible!

And as soon as this new calf stays on without this band clamp, and you swap this claw for a real hand, I'm putting as much distance as possible between me and Adrian!

Miss Emish said...

His left leg has the bandage to fool the right leg into thinking it is fine, since it doesn't have a bandage. REVERSE PSYCHOLOGY!

Imogene said...

It was probably too tight a sling that caused Scott's right forearm to shrink so much. What I'm more concerned about right now, though, is why Hospital Hi Fi has an IV bottle. I guess if it travels around the room, and makes little trips to The Valley as well, it can't just plug into a wall outlet. But I'd have thought it would have a battery pack.

Chester the Dog said...

Dr Good: " To speed your recovery, you will be staying at Yellowstone, it's ok, they have a lot of patio furniture, and I hope you like Rogers and Hammerstein..."

Dr. Evenmoregooder, MD said...

It's not dwarfism. Its bighead-ism.

Brick said...

In my experience, hospital stays involve an examination of vital areas. That's probably why my hospital gown opened in the back. Scott's a luck guy to be allowed the extra long t-shirt instead.

Barbara Hanson said...

Hey, Moy, the winter Olympics will be upon us shortly. Where's Lynn?

Vicki said...

What's with that hard- backed chair behind the partition? Who has been sitting there and why? Very mysterious!
Scott is showing NO emotion over poor Colleague's death. Has he even been told? Or is losing his bud just another "piece of cake"?