Don’t you have to be in the business to be a part of Leonardo’s entourage?
I’m beginning to think Joanie is not a model parent.
Wait, this is the kid who writes the Red Rascal stories? What happened to his face? Was it surgically altered to hide his identity?
Which reminds me. What ever happened to Mike’s kid brother, Sal Putrid? The one time punk rocker turned condom salesman?
Love the do, looks like a modified ‘’Streisand, 1968’’.
No. Being female might help.
Is he drinking milk from a shot glass?
Ah, yes. How do celebrities get friends? Pay them.
A short-lived career, as it turns out.
If Jeffrey likes to be a “go-fer” with DiCaprio, this will give him a chance to find out what it’s like to be one. 24/7.
Notice that Jeff has not yet graduated to hiding his eyes (as he does in coming years) as most “morally ambiguous” (it’s a subjective concept, of course) characters in the strip do (whether with glasses, long hair, and/or a hat): Sal, Havoc, Elmont, Surfer Dude or whatever his formal name is, Zeke, Clyde, Honey, even Earl and Duke. And probably others that aren’t occurring to me at the moment.
Characters whose eyes aren’t hidden are either literally wide-eyed innocents (again, a subjective concept) like Jeremy, Zipper, Boopsie, and most children, or cynical narrow-eyed adults like Mike, B.D., and, well, most adults.
It’s a career until you are 25, then you’re fired. Or is that just reserved for the ladies?
Try bring Clint Eastwood’s entourage instead.The job will last longer
If it comes with health insurance, go for it.
In the previous repro arc, Boopsie didn’t have an entourage, just herself. Which, for my money, was all she needed.
An “entourage” sounds like a good idea. It means you are never without a “gopher” when you need one. Of course, as the entourage grows, some feel entitled to use others as their own “gophers”. They want to bring their friends, sexual partners, children, dogs and debts.
Nah, he’s too old for Leo
An entourage member has a very important job. You know how those celebrities are ridiculously overpaid? Well, these people help recirculate that money into the economy. They’re practically heroes!