I can't positively imagine where this is leading other than Lonnie Thomas spent time in jail for a crime committed to/by/with his cousin.
When you're a Jet,You're a Jet all the wayFrom your first cigaretteTo your last dyin' day.
That rotten cousin Richie and his drunken face-touching.
I'm getting Wilbur & Kurt flashbacks.
Yeah, I've got a sudden craving for a sandwich.
Well now, cousin Richie looks like SUCH a fun guy! This explains everything.
I shudder to think that this is not the end of the touching.
Younger Lonnie bears an uncanny resemblance to Younger Wilbur. When Lonnie starts talking about his free-spiritedness and his "restless uneasiness," don't say I didn't warn you.
Nathan, a young Anyone in this strip, including Mary Worth herself, bears a resemblance to a young Wilbur. (I imagine this would be especially true of a young Bonnie Johnson!) I'm just wondering why Dr. Mike can't remember his father's cousin, claiming he was "just a kid" when we know his dad left when "Mikey" was 12! Was he a peculiarly obtuse 12-year old?
There is WAY too much man-on-man touching in this strip.
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