Adrian's an idiot. A "good friend" is NOT someone who "sticks up for her at work"? Why not ask someone from the custodial staff to help her? Adrian clearly has perception problems, and we're going to be bored by them for months to come.
I can't help but wonder why Adrian needs someone to stick up for her. What has she done that others oppose her? yes,phoebes, the enemy of my enemy is not necessarily MY friend. (as my husband says)
As a midwesterner, I confess that I do not understand the mores of Californians. Nevertheless, I was shocked to discover (see first panel) that Mary must have had a swimming pool built in her kitchen. (Maybe that explains why we never see anyone in the pool at pool parties.)
"Karen, how do you write women so well?""I think of a man and take away reason and accountability"
so this is as good as it gets, right? anon.
any minute Lynn Griffin will skate in and do a double axel right there in Mary's kitchen! Move it, ladies!
After a couple of weeks of gown and invitation shopping, followed by a week of Mary and Adrian putting away leftover and cleaning dishes? Moy, you KNOW drama!
How did Adrian get to be a doctor when she's such a dummy? First she picks good old Ted, the con man, as the love of her life. Then when a nice guy comes along she doesn't believe it. Now she's got someone doing her hair so that she looks like a skunk, and Jill is "sticking up for her at work"? I thought doctors were like gods at hospitals -- it would be more like Adrian sticking up for Jill. What kind of power does Jill have? The key to the pharmacy?
Adrian makes every gesture using both hands.I find that both annoying and odd.And more annoying.
Any day at Mountview is a good day when Adrian is not there...candystripers rejoicing, the third graders at the admissions desk and patients. too
to the artists credit, he is, by showing Adrians yellow topped hair, indicating that Mary has very bright ceiling lights in her kitchen.
I say it again: Jill's "wedding planning experience" was for planning her own wedding. But she was stood up at the altar. Hence the name--"Jill" for "jilted," "Black" for her outlook on life.Sure, the parallel is transparent. But that goes with Moy's style: flimsy plots, haphazard story lines, zero character development, and characters who don't demonstrate the emotional maturity or judgemental ability of a twelve-year-old.Not that this is a criticism of the strip. With "all due respect" to Moy, this may be the only format a newspaper will buy these days. And we are all trying to make a living. Popular culture generally requires no real change. Sameness, day after day after day. One-dimensionality so the viewer doesn't have to think. Which is why I love this site and all the fun deconstruction that goes on. Keep it going, Mr. Wanders!
With ALL due respect; Adrian is as dumb as a box of hair.And that's an insult to the hair.And the box.Sheesh!
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