March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
Well, she at least shows that she cares a bit. If Linus watches anything that ends up traumatizing him, not even his blanket would be enough to calm him down.
I once tattled on my older brother for watching a popular, inappropriate program: South Park.
Pfft. I’d have just turned it right back on as soon as she was out of the room!
Why didn’t Linus THWACK her with his blanket when she turned off the TV? His blanket would have made a great makeshift bullwhip, you know.
I see that this strip is from 1969. I wonder what inappropriate programs they were showing in those days
Laugh-In, the Smothers Brothers, any news program covering the Vietnam War.
Lucy is this strip’s Comic Strip Censor.
I thought of my middle sister as being like Lucy. Crabby, sarcastic, domineering. We found out when she was 16 that she was in constant pain from a severe case of ulcerative colitis.
Lucy is getting too big in the britches! Nip this in the bud, or else she’ll just get worse.
Must’a been Froggy on the Howdy Doody Show…
Mind your own business, Lucy. He doesn’t tell you what you should and should not watch.xxx
Just like my older sister when I was a child.
If the parental units don’t object to the program, Lucy is out of line.
Today you have organization that do this for you (I’m Canadian; regulations here are sane enough that I’m enjoying the first season of “Game Of Thrones” on broadcast TV – uncensored). Groups like the Parents Television Council work hard at deciding what is “safe” to watch, and because they care for you they not only go after shows that contain bad words and the vaguestsuspicion of nudity but they complain to the FCC about anything that offends them. And that’s just about everything.
Only those who are maturate enough, go HERE