Dr. Roberts might have a better chance of finding a date if he didn't do Jack LaLanne imitations in the middle of the hospital.
He's backing away from Mary because in the first panel, she's trying to beep his nose. Respect personal space and boundaries, Mary!
Please invite him to the pool party, Please invite him to the pool party, Please invite him to the pool party, Please invite him to the pool party, Please invite him to the pool party, Please invite him to the pool party!Hey Wanders, I see David Sedaris' Barrel Fever on your reading list. That is some wickedly funny stuff. The story that's written as a family newsletter is my favorite.
The only way I can interpret that picture is that he is trying to ward off her advances by exposing her to his underarm odor. It's a strange technique, but the poor man is desperate.
Dr. Roberts will soon learn that he is soooo wrong to say that to meddlin' Mary!
Wait. Did the Bonnie? story end? Isn't it a few months too early for that? Or are we being treated to double-time drab?
Someone should tell the good doctor that dandruff and itchy scalp are definite turnoffs to your average lady.
What a clever retreat! The good doctor is about to fold himself into the shape of a race car, ala Transformers, and make a speedy exit!
So who is Mary going to saddle Dr. Roberts with? Dawn? Or some unfortunate girl not yet having experienced Mary's meddling hand?
We may see herself and Dr. Roberts at a cabaret sing along soon enoughOh, just to tell you I have/had VERY high blood pressure. I went to NYU and they put me on meds. MY top number was 170...grrr. Today I went to Rite Aid here in Queens, and thanks to the meds, it is now 121 over 50. Boy do I feel great!Mountview couldn't have done that. I shudder if Mary did the reading.
Chester, surely Mary would have shamed and meddled you into a lower blood pressure reading. Never underestimate the power of a good meddle!
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