She's too old to drive, but she's still gotta jive.
Today's Full Strip
Who would have thought that Hanna Dingdon was such a gold digger? Is this how Amy ended up with Vince?I'm thinking that the late Brenda always told Sean what to wear. Now that she's gone, Sean thinks a fuchsia pullover and blue mom pants are acceptable. Who knows, that pullover might have been Brenda's.
At the speed this relationship is progressing, I sense a wedding coming up in short order. All problems will then be wrapped up in one easy peasy package: Hanna has a new place to live and a live-in chauffeur, Mary gets rid of the infamous "Charterstone Menace", Sean doesn't have to make his own sandwiches anymore, Ian can disappear into the woodwork again.
And by "mean tuna sandwich" Sean means he adds extra salt. High blood pressure be damned.Livin' on The Edge at Somerset.
Mean tuna is the dolphin-endangered kind. Either that, or he left the mayo on the radiator overnight.
There are tuna sandwiches now? MEAN ones at that? Don't tell Wilbur!
Let's hope that cake baking dude returns from his internship with Chef Pierre in time to create an epic wedding cake. Mary can be the topper again.
Senior romance is supposed to be touching. In Moy's hands it's just...just...somehow repulsive.
Next time Sean's car is in the shop Mary will be asked to drive Hanna and Sean around on dates (with Hanna and Sean in the back seat making out).
WednesdayToday's second panel was sketched by Mr. G. as he clung to Hanna's ceiling. Oxygen must have been scarce at that elevation - what else would explain the sickening mix of colors in that room? (I'm including Hanna's hair and cardigan in that.)
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