I think Sulu is still alive too.
It was still considered the beginning of the end due to that moment even if it did last that long afterwards.
You are right. It was water-skiing not a motorcycle. My bad.
“Jumping the shark” is a term that was coined in the early 1980s that meant a popular TV show had an episode so beyond believability that it’s ratings never recovered, and the show in question began to “die” from that point forward. It originally referred to a Happy Days episode when the extremely popular Fonzie character jumped a tank of sharks on his motorcycle without injury. The episode was panned by the critics, and eventually the show, which seemed like it would never end, suddenly did. Now, any show, comic strip, etc. that does anything as outlandish as…jumping a tank of sharks, gets the ignominious distinction of this term, and folks talk about whether this is the end, or not.
On that note, Jupiter is a “gas giant” planet. Can a space ship “crash” into gas?
I have a feeling he will try to imprison them on the dark side of the Moon as that is where the Moon Ambassador said he had just been. Tracy is right to fear another double cross.
I think it’s Cinnamon Knight.
This strip, dated today, was actually first drawn on May 27th 2000, right after the unexpected death of Peanuts creator Charles Schultz. She’s not crazy. She’s grieving.
I always thought Wiz worked in a lab underground, like a dungeon, but in today’s strip he can be heard cursing from a tower…
Do these cartoonists know it’s Spring now…or do they all live in North Dakota?