Monday, February 8, 2010

Tertiary-Character Theatre

 
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The curly-haired woman is supposed to be the hostess who seated Connie in the reprint strip that ran this past Friday.  The woman talking to her is a waitress I made up.  :)

9 comments:

DreadedCandiru2 said...

This is interesting; it reminds us that (a) Phil and Connie are still sort-of-puppets and (b) most people have no idea what's been going on for the last seventeen months.

howard said...

Connie and Phil from the perspective of intelligent people. This is what we love FOOBar for.

forworse said...

Love that others have picked up on Connie's not-grooving to the music.

April Patterson said...

This is interesting; it reminds us that (a) Phil and Connie are still sort-of-puppets and (b) most people have no idea what's been going on for the last seventeen months.

(a) I was planning to have more happen between Phil and Connie, but I'd forgotten how scant their interaction really was during this arc. Though maybe Lynn will insert some new-runs that will stretch things out a bit and give me something more to play with.

(b) I really haven't worked out what others are aware of/going through. It's too much to think about! :)

April Patterson said...

Connie and Phil from the perspective of intelligent people. This is what we love FOOBar for.

Heh--thanks. :)

April Patterson said...

Love that others have picked up on Connie's not-grooving to the music.

I was inspired by our discussion at the Foobiverse. :)

Joe England said...

You know, this might have been mentioned already, but once upon a time Dave Willis did a parody of For Better Etc. over at his comic, Shortpacked. The humor's a bit more acerbic than yours, April, but I thought some of the folks around here might get a kick out of it. Link is as follows.

http://www.shortpacked.com/d/20070711.html

Charles Whitney said...

Curly haired chick in panel one is hot! Can you write a strip with her as the main character?

April Patterson said...

Curly haired chick in panel one is hot! Can you write a strip with her as the main character?

Heh--I suspect her narrative would be more pleasant and fun to follow. "Montreal Jazz-Club Hostess." :)