I have no idea what they're talking about because I can't stop thinking, Yoga Pants??
"...or feel worthy of it." WORTHY - ha ha, I get it! Iris is using word play. Or something. I just hope she and Mary don't launch into a discussion of Tommy's insecurities, or we'll be here until Groundhog Day.Who's the man in lilac wearing a smock and big hat, and dragging a dog? June's answer to the Man in the Yellow Hat and Curious George?
And isn't that the Central Park mugger running in the background? What was his name? Shovey Shovington, Muggy Muggington? Someone refresh my memory, please.Also...our gals seem to be strolling the grounds of some sort of institution. Has Mary been hospitalized? People seem to be wearing lilac pajamas.
Wondering if there was an exchange like this a while ago:June Bridgman: You know, Karen, now that Joe is no longer illustrating, maybe it's a good time to update Mary a little. We can float a few new, more current story ideas and even update Mary's basic look.Karen Moy: That would be acceptable. I always read Yahoo News for ideas. And you can make Mary a new hairstyle. And Spanx.
Mary wearing Spanx! Nance, you made coffee come out of my nose.
Well, it IS a season of big assumptions based on little evidence, and I see Iris is joining right in with her statement about Tommy not feeling "worthy"....Give me a break. Suddenly she is his psychologist as well as his mom?!
It looks like people are running in circles and that Mary and Iris are headed to join them. Maybe its a metaphor for this plot.
In defense of June, I like the Mary makeover (and where can I get one, please?). In addition the backgrounds are beautifully rendered, with the Charterstone complex no longer canting into a sinkhole. The random background people are just goofy enough to satisfy tradition. As to the writing, it's worse than ever, and wholly indefensible, and may the Tweedlebeedies be exiled for a long time to come!
http://i.imgur.com/QVmOEm2.jpgGo Mary. Lulu Lemon wants you.
Oh ... PRODDING was all Tommy needed! Thank you, Iris, for the solution to our nation's opioid abuse epidemic. Who knew the problem was so easy to solve? ... Oh, Mary Worth, of course, but who else?Argh! Harrumph! @#$%!
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