Oh, I think you both pursue exactly the same interest: Mary Worth.
Today's full strip
Thank fortune Mary burned that pink outfit...or did it finally turn black from toxic mold?
I wish Jeff would change his clothes as often as he changes his eye color.
Let's go to The Bum Boat and I'll tell you all about Olive and her parents and ice skating and cooking and Matilda on Broadway and the full range of New York City dining options and museums with dinosaurs and homeless men who still have their faith and how much people love the way I make eggs and taxi drivers who won't put down their phones and the Empire State Building and young women on their way to boarding schools and......
I guess we just have to assume that the homeless man will be getting a job at Pierre's Bakery sometime soon. Maybe he already has.
Toots McGee, when you put it that way, it sounds rather exciting.
"Darling I love you but give me Park Avenue!"
Does Dr. Jeff have a toothpick in his mouth or is he just horribly disfigured now?
Toots McGee--Let's hope not or this dinner at The Bum Boat will last another three months!I don't think I have the stamina to revisit it all so soon.
Mary flew cross country but arrived in Santa Royale well before dinnertime. The space/time continuum in the Worthiverse must be flexible indeed.Besides her own reflection winking at herself, what the heck else is that in the mirror in p. 1? Is the window (or maybe the entire building) collapsing? Before the Bum Boat, Mary's dropping in at a funeral.
I nominate panel one of today's strip for a "panel of the year" Worthy Award! It has it all ... Mary Worth gazing lovingly at her own reflection ... a distillation of her perfect narcissism! YES!
Evil Twin, that panel also has Mary's eyes being wonky and possibly of different colors, AND rays of light direct from heaven. Her reflection also looks larger than her real self.
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