Lu Ann's sister is a mess. I would say a hot mess, but that just seems cruel. A haggard mess? Posted by Megan at Tuesday, November 22, 3 comments Links to this post. Monday, November 21, Soup By the Door. Oh Ruby! You and your soup. Soup that you carry around in a tiny little ice bucket.
How does she just assume that the person in there crying her eyes out is Lu Ann? I mean, Tommie lives there too, it could just as easily be her. I mean, more easily! SUPER easily!
Posted by Maggie at Monday, November 21, 2 comments Links to this post. Labels: Ruby. First of all, may I express my sincere delight at the appearance Crazy Janey! Every now and then, it's like Margaret Shulock and I are on the same wavelength. It's a little scary at times, as I'm sure it is for Margaret. May I also admit that I am sincerely disturbed by Janey? The writing is good and creepy, but I also have to give some props to Frank Bolle on this one.
Lu Ann getting chewed out over the phone for no good reason could've easily been hilarious it still kinda is , but he made it into something warty, sweaty, and uncomfortable. Janey calling from a Zack Morris-style cell phone adds to the pathos. That said, I read A3G for the laffs, not the pathos.
I hope Janey takes a page from the Bobbie Merrill playbook and starts pilling up and shaking all about. Ah Bobbie, I miss ya. Posted by Maggie at Saturday, November 19, 0 comments Links to this post. Friday, November 18, Family Ties.
Technically, the trip would be to Hoboken, which I imagine has cheaper hotel rates than Manhattan. Did you even check Priceline. William Shatner has led me to believe that whatever you want to pay for a trip is what it costs! What on earth could have possibly happened between Lu Ann and her family? All the "drama" in this strip is so milquetoast that it's probably something super lame that we'll build up to until early , when it will collapse like a bad souffle.
Are they jealous of her golden locks and unaged complexion? Posted by Megan at Friday, November 18, 3 comments Links to this post. Holy crap holy crap! And may actually be a witch, since she is somehow able to make Lu Ann's phone ring more insistently than I've seen a phone ring in this strip. I feel guilty getting this strip, because I'm so ADD that I can't tell whether to focus on the sister, or that Lu Ann is suddenly a mannequin in the second panel I mean, did her sister age in real time while the rest of this strip was stuck in place?
OK, I am going to open this up for a free-for-all so everyone else can have fun with it too. Some suggested sentence starters: "Janey is as ugly as a Posted by Casey at Thursday, November 17, 9 comments Links to this post. Wednesday, November 16, Kissing Cousins. Whuh oh, Paul. Looks like Lu Ann's giving all her smooches to Ruby. Not good news for you, pal. Or "Master of Puppets" Mama Linski. I try to keep this blog pretty PG but I mean, that's pretty racy for 3G.
I'm pretty sure in Apartment 3G, a kiss on the cheek is second base, maybe third. I think Lu Ann's just lashing out against the establinskiment; as for Ruby, there are three ways to interpret her expression in the second panel: 1.
Posted by Maggie at Wednesday, November 16, 2 comments Links to this post. For all the talk about how Frank Bolle has been phoning in the artwork, I have to say there are interesting and subtle nuances to this strip. Note that Lu Ann is shrouded in white on one side of the panels, whilst Paul stands opposite, her in a doorway that leads into darkness. The darkness of a Linksi future in Hoboken, perchance?
In the final panel, they are separated by Ruby, who is perhaps the pink personification of Lu Ann's yet unspoken doubts. Can you tell that I went to a liberal arts school, and that I've run out of humorous observations about this unending storyline? Posted by Megan at Tuesday, November 15, 5 comments Links to this post. Look, it's really precious and all, but I don't know how Lu Ann is going to fit into that adorable tiny little dress.
Posted by Maggie at Monday, November 14, 5 comments Links to this post. Labels: Background hijinks , Fashion , Lu Ann. Sunday, November 13, Say Yes to the Dress so we can move on already.
Friday, October 11, Saturday, October 12, Posted by Maggie at Sunday, November 13, 1 comments Links to this post. Because obviously you are going to wear Mother's wedding dress. In fact, I brought you some of her clothes to wear so you'll smell like her. Don't you think your hair should be greyer? Posted by Casey at Friday, November 11, 5 comments Links to this post. Of course the dress is that important. It's like you've never been married before. How about you try to find something like that peasant shirt you're rocking, except one that goes all the way to the ground?
Something that says "Bohemian meets Hoboken. Posted by Maggie at Wednesday, November 09, 5 comments Links to this post. Labels: Head bobbling , Lu Ann , Ruby.
Tuesday, November 8, Say Yes to the Dress. Wow, who thought we were actually going to get to see Lu Ann try on dresses? Or that Lu Ann was going to bring the twins out shopping? I'm going to go out a limb and say this is the first time that cleavage has been featured in this strip. Also, I would say that it smallest line ever drawn to represent cleavage. I wonder what the name of this store is? Victorian Secret? Posted by Megan at Tuesday, November 08, 3 comments Links to this post.
Labels: Fashion , Lu Ann. Monday, November 7, Ruby-Watch. Ruby may be unphased by the oft-hurtful "are you her mother? It is a little surprising, Lu Ann seems like the kind of gal who dreams about her wedding day From Hell B4.
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Folklorists regard both narratives as examples of cautionary tales but tend to interpret their meanings differently.
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