Oh, look, what's-her-name forgot what's-her-face's name. But that little kid remembers because she has a second tummy in her brain. Er, brain in her tummy.
I guess Mary didn't expect TeeHeEvy to be there.Or something.Is that Ed, or a big painting of a guy carrying a toolbox?
Green drapes instead of pink. Toto, I don't think we're in Santa Royale anymore.So this is what apartments in this "moneyed neighborhood" look like. Meh.Evy and Olive are wearing mother-daughter mom jeans. How cute, or something...
Ed Taylor, my foot! That's Walter White, placed in the Witness Protection Program. He only faked his death in the last episode of Breaking Bad. Watch out, Mary!
Evy looks like she had a total lobotomy and Ed has an eerie serial-killer-about-to- strike facial expression in that second panel. Meanwhile, Olive Oil appears to be trying to osmotically reconnect with the old bat. Oh and how kind of Mary to bring her ants with her. (We know they're hers because you would NEVER find ants like that in such a swanky apartment owned by such wealthy individuals...) Let the fun begin!!
We've only been in that moneyed apartment for two panels and I'm already dizzy and disoriented!Mary looks a little taken aback. Maybe it's because they are in unit #13.
Mary suddenly realizes that her diaper needs changing.
I want to know where Mary got those old suitcases. Doesn't everyone have rolling bags now? Mary even has a cell phone, so she's got to get with the times!
That's not Olive....that's a creepy Mannequin being worked by the master puppeteer who stares creepily into Mary's eyes.
Mary's passive-aggressive comment of the day:"Hello, everyone!"Now that's aggressive! They don't know what they're in for. Tee-hee!
I love the realistic dialogue. Welcome, dear lady!
Soon Evy will burst into song and sing "Stairway to Heaven" to the Dear Lady. (I'll just wait in the hall until she finishes, thanks.)
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