dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Thursday, 7 November 2013

Whiny little bitch John makes an even bigger ass of himself by revealing what he really thinks of Elly.

(Strip Number 742, Original Publication Date, 8 November 1984)

Panel 1: Now that he's at home, John's at the kitchen table whining like a five year old because he doesn't know how he'll function without Jean around.

Panel 2: Elly tells him he has plenty of time to train someone to take over for her.

Panel 3: John whines that Elly doesn't understand the problem before stupidly being honest and saying that he thinks that it would be easier to replace a wife than replace someone like Jean.

Panel 4: After Elly quite rightly storms out of the room, John tries weaseling his way out of admitting that he doesn't really think that much of her.

Summary: He's lucky Elly is too proud to take the kids and run back home to Vancouver to get away from his being a stupid, churlish, entitled dolt. Too bad Rod isn't lucky enough to make people believe that he ain't John.

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