Don’t we do that every day?
I’m also guessing Frank & Nancy, with Nancy lobbying for him to never do that again.
Not entirely…Stef flipped the script and Bets had to do a little introspection. I thought that was nicely done.
Indeed. Bernice will affect her children in an entirely different way.
I think I’d prefer Edda as a mom…she may not show a lot of interest in the twins on-panel, but her well-established family history suggests she will care and let them make mistakes, like normal people used to do.
Bernice’s history suggests that she’ll launch a drone to follow her kids to school and micromanage their every breath. (For those who haven’t yet seen Adam Sandler’s new movie “Leo,” this concept is explored a bit in it.)
It’s not possible to be too cynical. Every time I try to be less cynical, events prove I’m just a naive friendly little kitten.
At least Frank probably didn’t write the essay.
Wilkins is taking the crow orders above, and even though I thought Luann would jump IN ADDITION to Frank, I’m taking a victory lap on the concept of “evidence.”
There may be a superficial physical resemblance, but Miss Wormwood is a seasoned professional teacher, familiar with how to deal with the likes of Calvin. Nothing gets past her.
Mrs. Horner is an adorable volunteer community college teacher. Put her in as a substitute in Calvin’s elementary class and…well, actually, I would really like to see the Evansii and Watterson do that.
Also, she bailed on bailing too.
How do we know it isn’t?