Today's Full Strip
It's obviously a TARDIS. Sean's a Time Lord.
I notice that Sean hasn't changed his clothes since the wedding. . . He MUST be in love!
Wow, the passive-aggressiveness is off to an early start!
"Ha! Ours took five minutes! When I married my first husband, the kiss took five minutes. And there were six bridesmaids wearing yellow tulle gowns, not just an old biddy in a lavender suit. And WE had a real reception with flowers, and sparkling Cold Duck, and prime rib, and eloquent toasts, and..." CRASH! Unfortunately, Sean failed to see the Somerset running shuttle. Soon he will be a regular passenger on it.
"Sean and Hannah drive to Somerset on the day of her move." So, in other words, Hannah's moving, right? This is a drive unrealted to moving? This is just the moving of the things not being handled by professional movers, like books, shoes and dishes? The things that Sean can fit in the back of his Fit (after removing the back seats and doing some other nifty mods to squeeze in all the [mostly grey] books, dishes and shoes )? I'm lost.I like Sean's statement. It reminds me of George Zimmer, former spokesman and CEO for the Men's Wearhouse. "You'll like where you're going. I guarantee it!"
Why is Hanna bringing along her dishes? Is it because Sean is a bachelor and only has stuff for making Mean Sandwiches?Ha!I think Hanna's got a sort of flippant, nasty streak about lots of things. We can see where Amy gets her warmth.Ha!
Kudos to Darth Curt for the Tardis comment! Obviously Sean's car is bigger on the inside than the outside.As I recall, Hanna was the one advocating the quickie City Hall wedding, and now she's complaining about it. Serves her right if Sean drops off all her boxes at the nearest donation center.
Notice that the box labeled "Shoes" is much bigger than the one marked "Dishes." Maybe Hanna is the Imelda Marcos of Santa Royale.Wanders, you're on to something with your secret message. "Don't worry, dear. You'll like where you're going" is ominous. Wouldn't it be a kick if Sean has replaced all the photos of Brenda with photos of Hanna, and he's preparing to tell his next victim all about his "late wife Hanna"? The Bluebeard of Somerset!!
I thought Hanna would have at least wanted to use fumigated boxes so she wouldn't drag along any of those pesky Santa Royale ants. I didn't like the "5 minutes crack", either. In my first marriage I would have let it go, but now that I'm older and wiser and crabbier and mouthier and this isn't my first time at the rodeo, fellas.....Who wrote Joan Crawford into this strip?
I hope they're headed to Aldo's Curve.
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