It is true that we haven't actually seen Ian Cameron since 2012, but that doesn't necessarily mean that he's moved out on Toby. Evidence of his presence can be found everywhere. His duck floaty is a perfect example.
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Wow, did anyone see this coming? Aside from all of us, I mean?
You're right, fauxprof. The foreshadowing about that pool was heavier than Mary's chicken salad appetizers.Does anyone remember the M. Night Shymalian movie The Lady in the Water? Olive's angel will turn into the Lady and save her from drowning!Maybe Mary Worth readers should receive a discount on the movie from Netflix. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0452637/
The duck floaty has the same creepy expression as Olive's sinister teddy bear. "Cute and cuddly" must not be in Mr. G.'s repertoire.How many days will it take for Olive to fall into the inky depths of the pool? Into Sunday's strip?
Oh, so that's what that yellow thing was...@KitKat, yes, falling into a pool should take the rest of the week.
If this were Real Life, Eddie and Evy would stay on in Santa Royale, accompanied by their Hot Shot New York Lawyer, and sue the Charterstone Corporation for all it's worth...er...got.@Mike in Cleveland: Best Comment Award for Oh, so that's what that yellow thing was...
Given the angle she's falling at, it's unlikely she'd wind up in the pool. More like she'd break off her front teeth, skin her hands and knees, and maybe get an abrasion on her cyst. No worries on that last one, though. That sucker's coming out tomorrow morning courtesy of good Doc Kaphut.
It's bad enough there is no fence around the pool, but can't Charterstone maintenance do something about that giant oil slick?
Once Olive falls into the oil slick, will it turn into Olive oil?
As much as I would love to see Olive rescued by Dr. Jeff just so he would have to explain what he's doing at Mary's apartment, I'm afraid the rescuer will probably Mr. Allora. He always cleans the pool at night, right?
@Nance: Thanks for the compliment, but I notice now in yesterday's panel the thin slice of table top which could have tipped me off to the umbrella canopy. Funny, I was so caught up in J.G.'s Baroque stylings that I missed the Cubist elements.@Yahoonski: It does look like Olive will fall on her face, but remember, you drop anything and it always rolls to the most inconvenient place.
Did Joe forget that it's night? That picture sure doesn't look like night.
@Downpuppy at 12:48 PM, I thought the same. Perhaps the ominous water of the pool is sucking all the light into its murky depths.
Lawyer: Sue! Sue! Money! Money!
That duck has obviously moved. I wonder if it is inhabited by duck gremlins.
Given his uncanny resemblance to Olive's visiting angel, my money's on Tommy being the hero.
Yeah, Olive's prognosticative abilities were kinda doing her some good (or at least some good for Mary), but they clearly aren't all that.
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