(Strip Number 4386, Original Publication Date, 10 November 1983)
Panel 1: We start things off with Mike trying to sneak a candy when he's supposed to be paying attention to his teacher. Said woman demonstrates a grasp of the amazingly obvious by stating that someone is eating candy.
Panel 2: She then tells Mike that he knows the penalty for eating in class; as he's told that five minutes have been shaved off of his recess for being an idiot, a boy with a crew-cut (in a week's time, we'll find out that his name is "Brad Luggsworth") laughs at the future saviour of Canadian literature.
Panel 3: Since Lynn is
Panel 4: He then wonders why, if there are so many smart people in the world, that no one has thought to invent a silent candy wrapper.
Summary: Possibly because no one sees the need to make life easier for stupid little children who think that the rules don't apply to them. Five bucks says that we'll have a Lynnsight that bitches about the unfairness of rules meant to keep Lynn acting like a psycho bitch-queen to her classmates and teachers so should prepare ourselves for the settling of old, oooold scores.