With all of the recent Italian references... Donna Amalfi, Gina Baroni, and now Giorgio... plus our recent look into life within the witness protection program, I feel like My Blue Heaven must be Karen Moy's favorite movie.
Today's Full Strip
But, Wilbur, how are you going to get her off the couch long enough to get her to the passport office? Or were you planning to crate her up, couch, TV and all, and send her via container vessel.The robot words are getting stranger every day. I swear, first time around, my first "word" was a blurry black and white photo of someone's bathroom medicine cabinet.
Oh no, we're now going to have to endure "Moy does Italy". As she doesn't seem to have a firm grasp on Santa Royale and its people, can we expect anything better in a story based in Naples?Unless, of course, Giorgio lives on the Jersey shore?
Dawn will fly to Italy. Dawn needs a chaperone. Mary has recently proven that she knows how to board a plane at a moment's notice. Mary is that chaperone. How else would this story involve Mary? Oh, the plethora of foreign meddling opportunities that could present themselves. I'm reminded of the I Love Lucy episodes taking place in Europe. Let the fun with stereotypes begin!
OMG. Although life is indeed brutal, I leave in two weeks for a month in Italy. Rather than following the itinerary we have planned, I intend to stalk Dawn- and Mary, as well, if necessary.
"There are times when a person has to help someone who can't help themselves." Wilbur has diagnosed Dawn's ailment as MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER!
Wondering what "countless favors" Wilbur has done for Giorgio, considering Wilbur has NO life and never leaves his condo!
Wow, maybe I'll fake a depression if my husband would immediately react by sending me to Italy. I adore how Wilbur speaks in short sentences, mixing in his travel book Italian phrases. So cosmopolitan, Wilbur.
@Shmoopie. Yes, I think that's the most likely scenario! One thing, though. I've been reading MW a loooong time, and I seem to remember she originally came to Charterstone as the manager, not just as a tenant or condo owner. Can she take the time off? I mean, all this gallivanting off to Vietnam and Lloyd's Neck?
As I presume to be this blog's (and possibly Mary Worth's) lone Italian reader, I can't wait to see what Moy and Giella will come up with for this storyline.Long time reader, first time posting, by the way. But this was too good an occasion to de-lurk. Hi everyone :)
I, also, have been wondering about those "countless favors" Wilbur's done. How many women has Giorgio had a need to hustle out of the country ASAP in the past? And where has Wilbur been keeping them?
And just how many times is Dawn going to say life is brutal?
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Dear Software Information:Welcome to our blog. You must be a big Mary Worth fan.I would have enjoyed your sales pitch so much better if it had been translated by someone (or some software program) with a grasp of English grammar.
To prepare Dawn for her surprise trip to Italy, Wilbur should substitute "The Borgias" for "Game of Thrones". The costumes are gorgeous, and I assure you Dawn can still use her mantra "Life is brutal" (and then some!). She could also get some ideas of how to get rid of Paula.
Wilbur is giddy with anticipation at the good summer to come: Dawn in Italy, and Wilbur with the refrigerator all to himself.Wilbur sure has an eye for details - his pencil cup coordinates with his Bridge on the Enterprise chair.
Wanders, how was "Software information" at 4.42a today able to get by the proving s/he isn't a robot? The one I'M looking at is impossible to decipher!
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Ah geeze, Thorp, now my keyboard is a mess. Well done. And hi Eev from Italy, hope you get good laugh opportunities. Be sure to share.
Oh, Thorp, that's freaking hilarious!!Hi Eev from Italy! You and Meg (soon to visit Italy) will have to team up and report back to us on Dawn's comings and goings. Is life brutal in Italy, btw?
Thorp, you are freakin' brilliant! Welcome, Eev, keep an eye out for Dawn. She'll be dressed in purple pajamajeans.
We're going to Italy! Which means we will visit the Tower of Pisa ("life is brutal",says Dawn), a winery ("life is brutal",says Dawn, again), and an Italian restaurant ("life is brutal",says Dawn, for the millionth time.)
I hope Giogio has a TV and DVD player - then we can all see Dawn lay on a couch watching Game of Thrones in another country. Life in Italy can be brutal too.
Life is not only brutal but incredibly sad... for those of you who haven't yet heard... Mr. Trololo is dead!
Anonymous, if Dawn heard Mr. Trololo's happy song, she would never be depressed again!Thorpnotized, many thanks for your perfect translation. It made my day.
Welcome Eev from Italy! We will be relying on you to point out any inaccuracies in Ms. Moy and Mr. Giella's depiction of Italy, so that we don't miss any opportunities to snark!--Beagle Vet
Dawn isn't old enough to go on a trip without her daddy? I can only imagine the international humiliation she'll have to endure as Wilbur, wearing today's jacket, tries to visit every sandwich shop in Italy. Life is brutal, Dawn. Why can't Wilbur do his pathetic column electronically anyway? It would take maybe 15 minutes a day. Does he have to don red pigtails and sit in an office looing like Wendy?
"Looking" not "looing".
Wilbur and his editor are discussing feelings and relationships. Next they'll talk about shoes.
Hold on, Wilbur's editor is local? Here I thought he was a nationally syndicated columnist, and it turns out he's writing for the Santa Royale Shopper. Must pay well, though.New scenario: Editor Dismal McDour tells Wilbur, sure, take a leave of absence, but you have to provide a substitute columnist. Who else, thinks Wilbur, but my wise friend and neighbor Mary Worth? So, Mary becomes (fanfare) a professional meddler!
The editor's chair is the same model as the one in Wilbur's home office yesterday, although it is a different color. It must be standard issue for anyone who works for a newspaper. I'll bet Moy and Giella each have one too. (Actually, Wilbur's chair in Monday's strip is a different style than last week.)My hometown newspaper messed up today and put Apartment 3-G's strip in twice, and left out Mary Worth altogether. Thank goodness for online newspapers!
Golly gee, Wilbur's editor is hostile. Maybe he also thinks that life is brutal.I've been wondering where Mary will fit into this trip to Italy. I figured that Wilbur would ask her to chaperone Dawn, but now that Wilbur himself is going, who knows? Although Mary could keep Wilbur out of cafes, I suppose. (Every time I type "Wilbur," I hear the voice of Mr. Ed.)Eev from Italy, welcome! Unlike Santa Royale, I don't suppose that all draperies must be pink, correct?
Nice attitude, editor dude! And what does he mean by asking if Wilbur fell in love with someone new?
Thorpnotized, that was brilliant! My daughters and I now enjoy saying "Life is brutal" when discussing how our day went. Even if it was a good day, life is still brutal.
Maggie Smith on Downton Abbey said that in desperate times you can always find a willing Italian man who's not too picky.I have a feeling Wilbur is going to be the ultimate ugly American. If the Italians do not understand what he is saying, Wilbur will speak louder.
Nice posts, everyone, including Software Information. I would delete the spam except it would make Thorpnotized look foolish, instead of genius. Sorry I was late with today's introduction of Wilbur's editor.
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