Clearly, neither of them has a passion for food. (And is Drew wiping the table?)
I know we are months and months away from the prestigious Worthiworth awards, but I would like to nominate Ms. Liza with a Z for the category MOST ANNOYING CHARACTER well ahead of schedule.
I've not been on a first date that was quite so sappy before. I think Liza is destined to drive me insane!
"I like you, Drew...pull my finger."
I like the way the planter moved from behind Liza to the side of the lovely couple.
Yikes! Those must be giant, multi-legged green insects that came from the large, broad leafed plant that was next to our happy couple just a few panels ago. Get the insecticide, and make it a double!
We need a 'ding' counter/tote board for every time that LiZa with a Z makes a flat, boring double entendre'.Surely we must be close to a dozen by now! All of them whizzing right past poor, dumb Drew's head as he ignores them.
Pish, this isn't much of a first date. Does anyone have a strange buzzy feeling yet? THAT'S the sign of destiny.
What happened? Did they get re-seated at a table with a tablecloth? Maybe the small blue folk at the neighboring tables couldn't take it anymore, and requested that they be removed. I'll say this much for LiZa - she's tenacious! I have never seen a character so focused on one thing...ever...
Has Moy given us her set of demands yet? I say we give in, and give her whatever she wants so she'll stop torturing us.
Not only does Drew have an attractive appreciation of life but also a passion for his work! What a man!
ok, so everyone at Mountview knew that Dr. Drew PRE-Vietnam, was a two-timing ladies man who was so full of himself, he hardly needed an "ego boost"! All of a sudden he's a choir boy! And LiZa, who's all hot and bothered and wants to..uh, snag him, is wearing a dress like an old school marm? None of this makes a bit of sense, (not that Moy ever does.) The dinosaurs were still alive back when I was first-dating, but goodness sakes, even back then the LiZa-types knew how to dress if their goal was to "impress" a man! For sure some things NEVER change, lol!!
"I like you too Liz(zzzzzz)a," says Dr. Drew, subtly sliding the check her way.
Is Dr. Drew getting vertical 5 o'clock shadow that grows from his hairline and ear toward his chin, or does this strip need a contrast knob. I bet it looks really cool on Dr. Jeff's black and white Kindle.
Deer Hiring Manager,I wood like two applie fore the positon of Continuity Person for Mary Worth’s comik stripe. You will sea bye my resumay that I have grate atention to detale. I wood be realy good at this job and I hope you will kall me for an intervew. Tank you for the oportunnitie.
Drew grabbed his drink back from LiZa!
"WE GET IT, LIZA, WITH A Z, WE GET IT" Geez, she and her thought balloons need to get a room.
"My passions? I'm passionate about rushing into relationships with doctors I hardly know. Let's go to my place and make-out."
Patty: Your hierd!
Clearly, one of the restaurant employees has been listening to this "conversation" and has astutely moved LiZa and Drew to the short table. Shouldn't the two of them be going over to the buffet and filling some plates by now?
Are they dining on a gigantic salt lick?
Interview from 2007 with Karen Moy.She gets her story ideas from the news.http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07063/766684-109.stm
@Patty from Parma: I think u mite bee a bitt ova-quolliphide fore the roll, but thanks forr yore applukayshunl.
I see finally that they are at La Rosa. I really thought it looked like Belgrade chicken house in Barberton, Oh
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