(Strip Number 4376, Original Publication Date, 1 October 1983)
Panel 1: Now that they're in bed, Elly tells John that as a child, she used to spend a lot of time imagining what the man she would marry would look like.
Panel 2: She then says that she had distinct preferences as regards the man's face, eyes, hair, voice and personality traits.
Panel 3: She then asks him if he did the same thing. Upon learning that he did, she then asks him if his imaginary girl looked anything like her.
Panel 4: He doesn't know; after all, when conceiving of her, he never got much higher than the neck.
Summary: The "joke" is "John is a penny-ante satyr who can only focus on a woman's bust size, LOL!!"; the punchline is that we're in for a flood-tide of nonsense next week agreeing with this sweeping generalization.