Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Mary Worth 2018

"Adam, what are you doing out of prison? Has it been ten years already, or did you get two years off for charming behavior? I've told you a million times, I will never date a super villain."

In honor of Adam Miller getting out of prison, I'm adding Tie a Yellow Ribbon to the ol' Charterstone Jukebox.

6 comments:

fauxprof said...

Isn't it cute that he decided to hide the grey at his temples with Grecian Formula? Or maybe black shoe polish.

KitKat said...

Adam sure was lucky to be able to find a vacant apartment at Charterstone. It makes his stalking so simple - just walk out the door of Building A, and there she is. He even had time to put on a coordinating trench coat.

Maybe Terry blew the whistle on Adam when she stumbled on his Internet credit-card thievery operation.

Nance said...

He couldn't stay away...except for those eight years.

Beautiful Terry Bryson should remember to take her fingers out of her mouth before she speaks. What Adam Miller probably heard was, "Mfmmffmphmffmmmph!"

Carl's Laptop said...

Have you noticed that when characters are talking with Mary....or being interrogated by Mary...they appear older, their faces are worn and wrinkled and they don't smile. I guess this is what it was like being interrogated by the Stasi. When a potential love interest appears their facial expression changes, they appear younger, the grey hair disappears, the limp is less pronounced. The lame walk, the blind see, the deaf hear, the starving go to the all you can eat sea urchin buffet at the Beach Bum.

Shmoopie said...

I know that the seasons don't always correspond with the seasons we may experience, but where in California does everyone run around in trench coats? Unless, of course, we haven't left the 1950s yet. Oh, but Terry is an Internet fraud specialist... Egads, I confused myself at 8 in the morning! How will I make it through the day?

AldoisloveAldoislife said...

I feel like we have another stalker story coming! Is this man perhaps Aldos son? Aldo 2.0