Sunday, July 5, 2020

Mary Worth 3410

Since the only parents at Charterstone are Wilbur and Iris... maybe you should seek their advice. HA HA HA HA HA!


Anonymous said...

Yes, I'm sure that Madi will be thrilled to have dinner with not just one old coot, but two. Can't wait to see her digging into Mary's vegetable terrine.


Charlie said...

While not formally *at* Charterstone, Jeff Cory is easily the most successful parent in the Worthyverse. I think he could bring some insight to this storyline.

Anonymous said...

Up until now, I haven't felt at all sorry for Madi. Sorry, kid, I don't care what you're going through, you don't get to take out your feelings on the poor dog. However, now that she'll be forced to eat one of Mary's catbox casseroles, I might be feeling a bit sympathetic.

LouiseF said...

I LOVE that KM quotes Lily Tomlin here. Gives me hope for her sense of humor. Complaining neighbors give Mary a reason to live. And a troubled teen without a tummy brain is red meat to the Meddler.

KitKat said...

I hope Mary remembers to have something for Greta. A pack of cocktail weinies would be great.

Tomorrow: “Toby, it’s Mary. Since you’re practicing dessert making, can you throw something together for me? Anything with green Jell-o and poppyseeds will work.”

Anonymous said...

"Let's have it at your place, Mary. That way I won't have to clean up after."

I'm looking forward to Madi gaping at her phone while Mary tries to engage her in conversation.

"So, what grade are you in, Madi?"


"What are your hobbies?"


"You know, you're holding that phone all wrong. Here, let me show you how we do it here."

-- Scottie McW.

Carlye said...

I am giddy with anticipation at the thought of dinner at Mary's. I want to see Madi put her boots on Mary's sofa cushions, and sneer at her salmon squares. It'll almost be as good as Ted's muffin hat.

Michael Beaumier said...

Which locale would be wackier — Saul’s apartment, or Mary’s? Since the layout of each apartment at Charterstone is exactly, precisely the same (right down to the uniform interior color schemes and furniture layouts, as dictated by the Condo Board) it’s kind of a coin flip.

If dinner is at Saul’s, the kid can run to her room and slam the door — which is always nice — but if dinner is at Mary’s, the kid might break something and Mary can guilt her into good behavior. Enjoy this moment of “choose your own adventure” everyone!

Charlie said...

Madi can break the doves and Mary can admonish her that she didn't have to get liquored up!