I knew it! I knew that before or after these two got married.
No, not Thorax and the cow, the human het couple.
There would be THIS!
This week, Brooke has been exploring the effect of Amos playing the ‘cello on TV has on 9 Chickweed Lane characters.
Seth should marry Mark. Now that would be a nice wedding.
PS. Congratulations to Maine, Minnesota, Rhode Island, and Washington for legalizing gay marriage. Maybe someday California will be cool enough to legalize gay marriage (again).
Aw, c’mon Margo, let the guy have lunch with you and Ari and Luann, wherever she is (she was there a minute ago). I mean, he even manifested a necktie for you. Or maybe it’s for the professor. Hm.
See, he wasn’t wearing one mere moments, in A3G time, ago.
Yesterday, Dawn was strapless, then she had one strap in panel 2.
Today she has straps. Yeah, I know, who cares? Obviously not the artist.
Ooooh, Dick Tracy team…
What a tease!
Finally. And who cares? For those of you too sensible to be following the least romantic pairing in comics, the reason Amos is laying on Edda on stage is because the only way he could figure out to get into the theater was to sneak into the cello section and then be tossed onto the stage by two hunky balletomanes (I think that’s the right word; the internet failed me) and fell on Edda. Yeah, who cares? Well, some LA Times readers care more than I do. 9 Chickweed Lane’: Some readers not laughing. Oooh, some of the comments are scathing.