Hey! She's right! There are four floors, and the dinosaurs are on the top floor! I feel like I'm getting a real life tour of New York from a real life New Yorker!
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I've never been there, Wanders, so I'm curious:Is there a dinosaur exhibit on the first floor in what is probably the entrance area? Are the columns there made of swirly marble? And do all the men visitors wear suits, and the women all wear dresses?More importantly: Will Olive see the fourth floor dinosaurs come to life? And the museum fairies riding them?Will Moy steal a plot from a popular movie?
Olive doesn't need to go to the fourth floor to see a living dinosaur.
Hey, what if they get up to the fourth floor and the dinosaurs start moving around and attacking the patrons and Mary has to grab hold of Olive and fight her way out of the museum? It's like a Ghostbusters/Aliens type thing. We already know that Mary is a woman of action and if it weren't for Olive, we never would have seen Mary dive into the Charterstone pool in her nightgown.If you mention wonder, then give us some Wonder!
This is going to go on until June, isn't it?Anybody want to bet whether or not they make it on the Circle Line tour before April?
Anonymous- thanks for the laugh out loud. (Spelling it out for Mary)
My husband wondered if the American Museum of Natural History is giving an honorarium to Karen Moy for this publicity. I think the museum administration is probably cringing. What self-respecting institution wants Mary Worth to endorse it?The gray people look like wraiths.
I went there this past summer. I was disappointed that Robin Williams wasn't sitting on a horse inside in the lobby, which looked nothing like it does in the movie. I was also disappointed that Sacagawea isn't there either. So many let downs.Dum dum is there though.
Oh geez, this is turning out to be exactly what I predicted the other day: Wanting to give herself an early Christmas present, KM is putting even her failed attempts at creating interesting story-lines and realistic dialogue into cold storage and taking a vacation. All we'll see for the next several months will be these two weirdos traipsing from one sightseeing location to the other, oohing and aahing their way through NYC. What a nauseating mutual admiration society they make... blecch!!
The visitor in panel 1 either has an awful toothache or is using a Polaroid camera from about 1968....
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