"Also, in case you hadn't noticed, all the residents are white, which is really hard to find these days."
I really hate both of these characters.
Today's Full Strip
It's quiet and peaceful because it looks like a funeral home. The place is the antechamber to death.Anybody else missing Dawn Weston and her teenage (?) angst?
If that building is "new", the architect must have gone to architecture school 100 years ago. Small windows and an uninteresting boxy shape? Really?? It screams mental institution of a thankfully bygone era to me.Now, on the other hand...it does appear not to have the unfortunate tendency Charterstone has of tilting at nausea-inducing angles. That WOULD be a significantimprovement.
What sparkling dialogue: "The Somerset grounds are not huge. They are pleasant enough, though!" Sean and Hanna are so dull, either or both of them could drop dead on the spot and we'd not even notice. @fauxprof at 7:07 AM, we need Amy to make a demanding entrance, with Gordon in tow, carrying a giant robot.Notice Hanna's attire for the non-power-walk: black top, pearls, and purple cardigan. In the first panel she looks like a geriatric Velma Dinkley from Scooby-Doo.
Did Hanna forget about the long waiting list? By the time she's first in the queue, Sean and Hanna will be pushing daisies in the not huge but pleasant enough cemetery.This holiday, I am thankful for Wanders and my MW&M support group. My family just doesn't get my fascination with bad art, insipid dialogue, and plodding stories.But you all do! This holiday, enjoy your Salmon Squares and Kelk casseroles.
"Can't wait to see the inside"?!!! Hanna has one thing on her mind, that strumpet. This plot is unfolding like a really bad adult movie. Queue the cheesy disco music.
Hanna has no intention of waiting three years. Once she not so subtly gains entry to Sean's home and locates the bedroom, it's no time before they're hitched. Now we know where Amy learned her manipulation technique.
Sean's furry noseplugs - I mean mustache- seems to have fallen out of his nostrils and onto his upper lip.
Thursday I never expected to see Betty Hutton at Mary's holiday dinner, especially since she died in 2007. Happy Thanksgiving to Wanders, his family, and all the correspondents on this blog! I'm thankful for all of you!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Wanders! I'll echo KitKat's thanks for this blog and everyone who enjoys it!
Happy Thanksgiving, but beware the Turknado!
Happy Thanksgiving to Wanders and family, and to the entire Worthiverse family of sweetly snarky commentators.(And here's to turkey, one of the few food items Uncle Joe can render realistically.)
Best Thanksgiving wishes back at all of you, and I hope you have power (just got mine back at 1:30). As for today's strip, is Toby all starry-eyed because she's sitting next to Chris Walken, or did she just have one too many martinis before dinner?
Friday Their walk consisted of getting from the car to the building."I love tuna! Two spectacular sandwiches sound great! What are you having, Sean?"
Saturday: Sean's wife has only been gone for a year, Hanna. He's entitled to have her picture on the piano. Get over it.
Saturday Are we ready for a flute/piano duet? I fear it's coming, whether we're ready or not.
Sean, one tickles the ivories, one doesn't play them. And Hanna, "I play the flute" is a little...shall we say provocative? on a first date. Shame on you.
Sunday.Hanna's been dipping into Mary's Big Gray Book of Platitudes. She'd better move into Somerset soon, because Mrs. Worth does not take kindly to competitive cliche slinging.
I just read the full strip - didn't Sean and Hanna already discuss their offspring or lack thereof? That was a weekday, so I guess this is a recap for the poor souls who don't read the strip every day. Or maybe Hanna is losing it and Sean is too polite to say, "I already told you that Brenda and I only had each other!"
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