That kick may qualify Derek as one of Entertainer Esme's back up Abe Lincoln dancer's.
Did I not say he would kick down the door? What do you think, about a size 13 shoe? Now what I'd like to know is, how did Triple-E jam the door? I think she simply has a key, having locked rival cast members and inconvenient wives in there countless times before. (Triple-E serves as both a reference to Evil Entertainer Esme and Derek's shoe measurement.)
Today's Boldface Haiku is titled "Derek's Door-Bashing Wins Their Feminine Hearts".Stand back! Katie! All right?I am now!
Aw, I was hoping Katie would rip him a new one. But Mary's pose is priceless. -- Scottie McW.
Coming next week: Mary and Toby stand in line waiting for a table. Can't wait.-- S. McW.
This could have been solved much more cleanly if Kate had simply pulled instead of pushed.
I knew Saint Mary of Haiti would show up eventually, and there she is. Why didn't Katie try busting out of there? Instead KM gave us another damsel in distress requiring rescue by a man. Bleah!
The only thing I could think of when I saw this panel was "HULK SMASH!"
Hey Katie, turn the lock until it says OPEN, not too tough...
At least Katie and Derek have something good to put in their Christmas card newsletter. "This year we went on a Caribbean cruise, and Derek kicked down a locked bathroom door in Haiti". And thanks to June Brigman they can even include the picture.
Mary (and KM) are completely oblivious to the citizens of Haiti, many of whom are not "alll right." Then again, being trapped in a beach bathroom is the most horrific thing anyone can experience.
SUNDAYToday's Boldface Haiku is titled "Driven From Their Native Homeland, The Hoosiers Still Cannot Find Peace, Thanks To Senseless Bathroom Pranks".Not! Met beach...What happened?In, propped open; closed, locked!Prank. Kid.Left peace...this!Main--all right!Yes, shaken up!Ship leaves behind!
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