Dawn Kelrast strikes again! I'm thinking she may need the intervention more than Professor Harlan Jones. Is this really what Mary meant about being bold?
Forgive me. I'm too verklempt to comment.
Well, not so much that I can pass up "Genius is as Genius does".
Ewww, Wanders! Just ... EWWWW!!!!!
Chin Naphin Groupie: Don't you mean "Brilliant genius is as brilliant genius does"?
Do you remember the movie Dick Tracy in which only 5 colors were used? That's what this strip reminds me of. It's sad that a major highlight of this storyline will be when Harlan wears a different suit, hopefully not green. Dawn also looks like she's wearing the same magenta t-shirt she wore for Yoga...PeeeeYewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
Joe seems to have developed an obsession with highly polished surfaces. Shiny, shiny floors and tabletops abound. Perhaps all the comments about ants got to him. Now if you'll excuse me, I need to go winded the fridge...and the countertops...and the dog...
Looking at Friday's strip, Dawn and Harlan have wandered into the kitchen. Note the guy in p. 2 walking off with half a cake. The coy Dawn is about to flip her plate over her shoulder and into Harlan's face, which is something we'd all like to do to shut his pedantic, excruciatingly boring trap.
That was supposed to be windex, not winded. Autocorrect spoils another brilliantly lame joke.
It still made me laugh, fauxprof. In fact, it almost made me *SNORK* out loud in my office, so I think we can count it a success even with autocorrect's meddling. :-)
Hmmmm:- These are “exciting times” - Dawn’s hand may be on Harlan’s knee - Dawn has a downcast look- Harlan is positively strapping in his green jacket (works for Ian)- All the shininess may be considered romantic to some…Could Dawn be moving in for a stolen kiss??If so, Dawn needs to be careful not to bump her head on that floating “Moy and Giella” plaque
Dear Karen Moy, You are a brilliant genius as opposed to the other kind.
@Fauxprof - don't forget your doorknob.
At the rate we're going, this whole plotline is going to be "how to spend all your time with your art history teacher without violating university bylaws". I was hoping for a steamy (okay, this is Moy, so lukewarm) student/teacher affair.
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