Panel 2: So that girl is with them. What a feral mouth she has. Is the woman behind them grumpy because they're being loud? The couple in front of them remind me a bit of Gord an' Tracey from high school days.
Panel 3: Oh, it's a sixsome. Who ARE those other two people? I thought poor Apes didn't have any friends? And on the marquee, we see more proof that only crude, mindless films are being made nowadays.
Where is this going, for potato's sake?
Panel 4: What is Gerald so excited about? For that matter, why does everyone look like they're dancing?
Panel 5: Eva seems to have disappeared. Maybe she's in the powder room, dyeing her hair back to its natural color.
Panel 6: Oh, it's her birthday! Well, cool; it was never acknowledged in the strip last year. And I wonder, how late is late, and who's driving? Some parent must be, unless Eva or one of the never-before-seen people is licensed. Anyway, April has a cell, right? Situations like this are often the deciding factor for parents who otherwise would never let their kid have a phone.
Panel 7: Yes, Elly; April is taking her first hit off the crack pipe right now.
Panel 8: Well, you should have given her a definite time to be home. She's not a mindreader, after all: if you only said "late night", that can be interpreted all kinds of ways.
Panel 9: OMG, she's drunk as a skunk! Ha, April Fool's, Elly!
Panel 10: Apes, when someone is a Vader silhouette, of course they're angry.
Panel 11: Awwww, isn't that nice. You get to worry AND have the trouble of having kids at the house! All's well that ends well. Blaugh. Cut the cord already.