Thursday, September 6, 2018

Mary Worth 2966

I don't usually make plot predictions because... well, what's the point? But if this story doesn't finish with a death match between Myster Wynter and Ian for the affection of Toby's steel blue galvanized heart, I'll be sorely disappointed.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...


And once again, here we are at the point where Moy pads the story line by beating the same conversation to death day after day after day. Sooooooo tedious.

Mary ought to invite Mr. Wynter out to Karaoke Night.

-- Scottie McW.

Nance said...

Today's Boldface Haiku is titled

"Look How Mary Has Brought Out The Best In Toby".

You...out!
Give up!
Encourage similar.
Not! Why bother?

RobC said...

I bet Mr. Wynters is a survivor of the 1912 Gigantic liner sinking who flew around the world in his bi-lane interviewing survivors of the Lucytantia and Androgen Doria for the Saturday Evening Post only to meet some hot mama in Shanghai but eventually to come home and find his love left him for a much younger and studlier George Burns.

I see a badly trained dog in Wilbur's future.

Regina Wolfe-Parks said...

I am so glad my cube mates are out in the field today because I just couldn't stop laughing at everyone's comments, especially RobC. He wins for comment of the day (Sorry Nance and Scottie.)

Mary's going to make Mr. Wynter and his pooch like people whether they want to or not. How about leaving people alone Mary? if someone forced themselves on me the way Mary wants to do with old man Wynter, it would make me hate them more. Stop being a meddling, pushy broad. Wait, if she wasn't, there would be no snark. Carry on, Mary.

Anonymous said...

I see lots of muffins in Mr. Wynter's future, and maybe a casserole too.

Vince said...

Mr. Wynter probably reminds Mary of Eleanor Kinley, so she knows it is possible to change him into someone with a personality completely different from the one he has now.

Tim said...
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LouiseF said...

Something is clearly up with Toby...She's known Mary long enough that saying "why bother?" to a comment about attempting kindness in others will fall on deaf ears. I suspect she's still mad at Ian for springing his boss's last minute dinner invitation on her three years ago...

Anonymous said...

who would eat muffins on a hot day ...not even each others(muffins) oh the horror....ahh mr wynters… yes... they don`t make him old and fat!

Sandi Ego said...

Can we just skip ahead 3 months to the scene where old man Wynter has had his heart thawed by Mary's relentless kindness and is now playing jolly Santa Claus at the Charterstone Christmas party? Bella can be the Grinch's dog wearing reindeer antlers. Toby is not allowed to be Mary Lou Who.

KitKat said...

@Vince at 10:05 a.m. reminded us of Rleanor Kinley. Maybe Mary can play matchmaker with Mr. Wynter and Ellie. They can drive each other over the edge with their surliness.

BTW Mary, drop the “Mr.” business with Wynter. He’s got to be decades younger than you.

meg said...

Santa Royale Art Gallery

A very special opening

Toby Cameron presents:

Bella- studies in grey clay.
Bella snarling. Bella growling. Bella yapping. Bella protecting. Bella pouncing.

Miniature miniatures available for purchase.

Steve G said...

THIS????
We're getting THIS instead of Dawn and Harlan in Italy?

We're getting THIS instead of Zak and Iris?
There is at least six month's of angst in Iris' soul.
- What happened to Tommy's father?
- How does Iris get by with no visible source of income?
- Why hasn't she graduated yet?

The TV Land show "Younger" has five seasons of the plot lines around older woman / younger man relationship. If Karen Moy can rip off the Costa Concordia plot she can surely swipe a few grooming / intimacy / socialization themes.

The continuity errors from June Brigman are just the start of her getting bored and protesting.
We'll be counting six fingers again soon!

Tim said...

The next storyline will see Mary launch a meddle against a gray-haired woman who obnoxiously believes she knows everything and spouts out of context platitudes at everybody at Charterstone.

TimP said...

Wow. After her second or third muffin, Toby just opens up and says what she really thinks. (Well, thinks is probably the wrong word but you know what I mean.)