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Ken, I wish they would too, but it does not appear the folks behind the strip are listening. The agenda seems to be turning episodes into graphic novels rather than continuity stories. Sort of what I call “Marvelization”. It doesn’t appear this will change soon.
The only sideline "interview’ worth watching is the Joe Namath, Suzy Kalber episode, A classic and a classic job by Suzy
Oh, please, pleeeze don’t try to equate this elongated snoozer to White Heat. That had more action in the opening credits than this story has had since September, when it went up in smoke.
I wonder what the record is for story length. The Mr. Crime saga was long, but had some action. This bow-wow has been stuck in second gear since Hallowe’en. I don’t know what point Costello is trying to make here, but it sure ain’t very interesting. He should stick to, or try, graphic novels.
What does a goat golfer use to tee off? Why of course, a goat—tee
My guess is that routine gets you approximately 20 minutes of real action?? That’s why I watch REDZONE
He took the plunge, and nobody’s laughing now
There goes the neighborhood
I think maybe he’s also a Mary Worth fan.