Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Mary Worth 1,021

I love that Drew is actually thinking to himself, "I hope that we can remain friends..." Note to Karen Moy: Drew is a man.

I'm thinking he may want to call in his new brother-in-law for a little police backup on this one.

Today's Full Strip

27 comments:

birdie said...

You'll have to do better than that, Drew. Wearing garish color combinations isn't going to turn off this chick.

Samuel K said...
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Samuel K said...

Do all of the men in Santa Royale share the same hideous orange suit?

Mary said...

Please, oh please, in the name of all that is holy -- may no character in Mary Worth allude to sex ever again. Especially if it's sex with another character in Mary Worth who happens to be wearing a hideous orange suit.

heydave said...

At least he's wearing his lucky orange suit.

Karen with a K said...

I've never had someone break up with me with a bouquet...Is this normal? You don't see too many FTD commercials that start out, "Do you need to dump someone? How about this stunning arrangement of roses?"

Anonymous said...

Words to live by: Don't pull on Superman's cape. Don't spit in the wind. Don't pull the mask off that ol' Lone Ranger and don't ever have sex with a man in an orange suit.

tuffenuf said...

Karen with a K:

Hahahaha. Love it!

Drew, the "Ladies Man" is revealed as a total doofus and no the "rico suave" lover boy that his father thought.

He'd better have a blackjack hidden in those flowers - just in case LiZZZa goes all banshee on him.

tuffenuf (I kant spelle rite) said...

oops, "not".

Mary said...

Earlier in the evening Liza's dress went from a high neckline to a plunging V. Now the sleeves have fallen off.

Elaine said...

Tuffenuf - Dr. Drew has such a stellar example of 'rico suave' in his dad's endless pursuit of Mary, the sex bomb. This IS hot for this family...

Shmoopie said...

Welcome to Liza's lair!!!

This is just a clever plot to show us what her apartment looks like. You know, the one she recently "close on." I predict something VERY modern, sleek and sophisticated - just like Liza.

Of course, there is the slight chance that we'll be assaulted by the ubiquitous pink curtains, bland sofas, ruffled lamp shades on standard end tables and - most assuredly - ceiling tiles. But I don't think so!

My main question is, will Liza have something like a curio cabinet, showing off her "hunting trophies," or is she of the type to display her prey in the more traditional manner, properly stuffed and mounted on the walls? Oh, the beady glass eyes that will stare at Drew from every angle starting next week! (I'm sure we'll spend the rest of this week watching Drew and Liza stutter and flirt respectivly on her threshold.)

phoebes in santa fe said...

I don't know how smart Dr Drew is. Liza is NOT someone you breakup with flowers in hand. He'll never even get the words out.

I'm a firm believer in face-to-face dialog, but I really think if I were Dr Drew and wanted to break up with Liza, I'd do it by email.

Anonymous said...

Oooh....Drew is now faced with the eternal dilemma. Do I break up with her before or after sex?

tuffenuf said...

I have a sneaking suspicion that Lizzza is Charlie the Delilahphobe's sister!

Drew may see her "etchings" and drop the bouquet as he turns to run for the door!

James in ND said...

I have a feeling the words "I will not be ignored, Drew" will come up in a recent dialogue.

Anonymous said...

Oh please, PLEEEEAAAASSSSEE, let this story line get all super-creey stalker-ish! I have faith in you Moy! Liza is clearly the bunny-boiling type.

Patty from Parma said...

Rabbit stew anyone?? I feel a "fatal attraction" coming on.....

duckduckgoose said...

can't let her down eaZy, Drew
she's craZy glue
your ego made you laZy, Drew
your nonchalance is what she wants
and what she wants, she needZ, Drew
don't play it by ear, Drew
not here, Drew
she's made it very clear, Drew
what she wants is what she gets
and she's cloZing in on you, Drew

Anonymous said...

What do you suppose Liza will do to Drew with those flowers? I certainly hope they're not in a vase.

Anonymous said...

i was hoping ther would be some peace village talk between drew and his father before this unrealistic scene.

mrvy said...

@tuffenuf - I do believe a Liza-Charley-Jill Black love triangle would prove much more riveting than Vera-Drew-Dawn ever could. The artwork! The drinking! The Rogers and Hammerstein musicals! So much to work with, really.

Vicki said...

awesome poem, duckduckgoose!!

hooboy, LiZa is making me BLUSH with her promise of "more than talk" with Drew this evening! He's been around the block a few times, though. I think he'll stash the flowers for awhile and break up, er, "after"...

Imogene said...

Why would LiZa, in anticipation of a romantic evening, have borrowed Mary Worth's brassiere to wear under that baggy tank top?

Also, I'm starting to believe those things we see are not acoustic ceiling tiles; they're some kind of headdress everyone in Santa Royale wears. Maybe they carry their groceries and water jugs on the top?

Anonymous said...

I know that when a man brings me flowers, it's a clear sign he's not that into me.

Good job, Drew!

Anonymous said...

By the messages here, you'd think I'm the only one outside of Santa Royale whose ceilings are made of acoustic tiles.

I'm not, right?

trixietrudy said...

Leftover comments on May 11th's comments:

@Shmoopie: at least LiZa's couch has a ruffled skirt.

@duckduckgoose: brilliant. you said it all.