I just wanna comment on comics.
But, then again. What is?
With that load, they’d need a train even bigger than the BS train.
Perhaps the same thing that makes Googly Eyes move?
I’d like to see the Q-Pubs’ solution to the root problem.
The ironic part is that when she was in college, Godfrey would have almost definitely looked like the “after” model.
That was quite sharp compared to other strips, though it seems a bit unreasonable of Mrs. Godfrey to say that Nate should’ve known the real reason why she assigned him to tutor Chester.
Wasn’t it the rich entities that were to experience tax hikes in order for student loan forgiveness to be possible? This isn’t rhetorical, by the way. I’m genuinely curious.
I believe that Lincoln Peirce should consider aging the characters now, like moving Nate up to the seventh grade and beyond. I believe that there are many more comedic plots that can be written if the strip had a change of pace. While I cannot force Lincoln Peirce into doing anything he doesn’t want to, I think one thing is clear: Keeping the current status quo just serves to keep things bland.
Nate getting in trouble was pretty much his own doing, but Mrs. Godfrey conveniently not catching Gina with that doll the entire time is extremely idiotic. Gina should have been given a detention slip well before the test even started.
His only recourse is that he beat Nate easily in wrestling once.