(Strip Number 4333, Original Publication Date, 28 May 1983)
Panel 1: As he and Georgia leave, Phil thanks Elly and Georgia says that it's been a nice evening.
Panel 2: Georgia tells Phil that she likes the Pattersons and he says that they aren't bad as far as relatives go.
Panel 3: She sets up the punchline by saying that she wouldn't mind becoming part of his family.
Panel 4: Their kiss is interrupted by Mike yelling "Hey, Uncle Phil! D'you get to breathe while yer kissing?" The realization that Phil's family includes Mike horrifies Georgia.
Summary: This, of course, is because Lynn and Elly see him as a destructive, life-satisfaction-consuming force of nature that cannot be controlled. A really objective observer sees him as a small boy who is hazy on what personal space is and comes equipped with a weak-as-water mother who never got around to teaching him because she feared turning into a babbling child if she hung around him too much.