My son just saw this panel and asked, "So their cruise isn't going so well?"
Speaking of my son, here's his latest video:
Today's Full Strip
Isn't it best to remove one's shoes before jumping into the ocean? Especially the heavier dress shoes likely to be worn to dinner? And perhaps jackets as well?
Tony, your idea smacks of logic, which has no place in the Worthiverse!
Didn't the gondolier go over already? How many gondoliers were on this cruise?I see the couple in the background having a touching goodbye, but why is he wearing one of those huge novelty foam fingers? I guess anything to keep one's spirits up in Times Of Need...sigh.(I think we have one of those someplace around here....)
Wanders: BRAVO to your son! Your children are incredibly talented. Great special effects too!
We are going to be fed this drivelly enactment of the Costa Concordia, for stoopid Wilber's stoopid daughter's sake, and ignore the platitudes that the Olympics could have afforded?I hate Moy doubly so.
@Nance, 8:47am: three possibilities:1. There was a gondolier convention on board.2. It's the entertainment staff, in costume for the night's planned show.3. It's the crew from the Disney version of "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea", circa early 1950's. The one that jumped in first was Kirk Douglas.
Maybe the gondolier is dangling in mid-air, held there by some unknown force. It would be great if this storyline would segue into some sort of "LOST" plot. Hmmmmmm... maybe it already has.
The ever-popular (in the Worthiverse, anyway- come to think of it, I don't believe I've ever seen a man wearing an orange suit-except maybe in "Guys and Dolls")orange suit makes a dramatic appearance. The "Guy" wearing it seems to have some sort of slide that he's using to ease himself into the sea.
Leonardo DiCaprio already jumped in? At least the water is warmer than the last time.
I think, in a nod to the Olympics, we may be seeing some of the diving competition. Could Wilbur and Dawn be judges?WV: onabuyi (good idea)
@fauxprof--I just love the idea of a Gondolier Kickline, don't you?
@Nance: What a fantastic image. I'll see it on my dreams!
As the ship sinks the band is heard playing Sea Cruise (1959).Elderly passengers deny that drowning is brutal by having flash backs of American Bandstand.
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