The most flexible thing at Pax Rehab Center is the how the patients are able to enlarge or shrink their entire bodies.
And when I accuse Pax of being a rehab center, a very expensive rehab center, I'm not making a joke, as this bio and this article point out.
Today's Full Strip
Passages Malibu sounds like a very scary place, Wanders. Thanks for your investigative journalism!Rats, I was hoping to see Mary lost in the desert, still singing Rodgers and Hammerstein (maybe "You'll Never Walk Alone"). Instead we have Mary dangling her arms and flinching for the camera (she knows we're watching, guys). What a colossal letdown.I wonder if those white slip-on shoes are part of the Pax Wellness package.
Mary Worth goes post-modern with Mary breaking the fourth wall in panel two! I for one had a strange tingly sensation as I drank my morning coffee and realized that Mary was talking directly to me, and she has a hint of an ironic smirk thrown in for good measure.
That floor looks awfully slippery... another reason for Mary to be careful.Also, that extremely small woman under the information box in the first panel may bump her head when she stands up. This place is dangerous!
Also, has anyone else noticed that Mary has not spoken a word for the last six days? All we've seen are those thought balloons. I wonder if she can go a full week without speaking.
Why does Comics Kingdom refer to Mary Worth as a popular comic strip.
I think Moy is going for the world record for number of days a continuity comic strip can go without a plot.
Are we all in Purgatory?
Mary's resorted to an inner dialogue because no one else will talk to her.Also, judging by the outfits, I think she accidentally wandered into the local Nurse's Aid program.
I think these weeks show us, once again, how versatile and up to any situation Mary really is. She can exercises on thick mattresses or glass-tiled floor, go for a walk-swim-hike combination between lunch and dinner, throw in a meddle or two and never even break a sweat. Figuratively, of course, since we did see her glow yesterday. Today's foreshadowing (?) is a bit disturbing. Will Mary throw out her back? Or is it just more sage advice to KM's elderly readership on the importance of GENTLE stretching.I wish we were back at Charterstone watching Toby's clown paint dry!
Wanders,I've read that article before and it is quite frightening. They began advertising somethime on the radio that made similar claims that made me curious.Something in the article caught my eye just now, which brought me back to Mary.An assistant to the one of the founders of the Center was described as having a "Hale-Bopp glint in her eyes". Oh man, if that doesn't fit Mary, I don't know what does!
I don't know who did what to warrant this, but I will happily apologize for them if it just goes away.
Say Mary, after your exercise class, join us in the computer lab for a beginner html workshop. Then we'll all have pudding!
Eat your pudding, Mary!
I am so thankful for all the mini-PSAs.Drink water when you're in the desert.You're never too old to exercise. ButDon't overdo it.(Huh, amazing good sense)Oh, and when piddling in the toilet, always lift the lid.
@Quaker John: Mary was smirking at the fact that you were still in your jammies and she found them mildly risque'.
@Nance: Oh no, we've gone quite beyond that stage...
I just looked at today's picture again and realized that Mary's words had fooled me. These ladies are not practicing gentle stretching but rather levitation. Pax Wellness center, we have lift off!
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