One moment, the foobs were in a teal-and-lavender monstrosity of a wedding, and the next they were propelled back into the past. But it was a different version of the past. What happened?
I don't want to see him break his leg again either; nor do I want to see Connie console herself with the delusion that bringing him a new Daddy is better than being with him when he needs her. Too bad that Lynn wants it to happen; she has more votes.
Too bad that Lynn wants it to happen; she has more votes.That's the problem--she gets all the votes.
Don't worry, Lawrence. If you break your leg again, it will be a reprint. We are pretty numb to those and barely feel them. I know Lynn barely reads them.
I know Lynn barely reads them.Heh--true. If she did, she'd at least avoid tearing up her continuity.
Continuity: In the hands of a Herge, a Stan Sakai, or a Don Rosa, it can create cartooning masterpieces like "TinTin", "The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck" and "Usagi Yojimbo".In the hands of Lynn Johnston, continuity has become something only nit-picky people who should just shut up and enjoy the return of Farley the Dog keep bothering her with."I have only 30 seconds a day! I can't be bothered to pay attention to my own story!"
"I have only 30 seconds a day! I can't be bothered to pay attention to my own story!"LOL--Seriously. You would think that her fabled 30 seconds were the amount of time she allowed herself to plan, pencil, and ink each strip.
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