dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Saturday, 26 July 2014

We end the week with a reminder that Phil still might have a thing for Connie after all.

(Strip Number 901, Original Publication Date, 27 July 1985)

Panel 1: As things wrap up, Michael asks Lawrence if the party is over yet. Lawrence says that there are still a few people left.

Panel 2: He then notes that his mom and Mike's uncle's girlfriend are talking.

Panel 3: Connie tells Georgia that she and Phil had a casual fling that he probably doesn't remember.

Panel 4: We shift focus to one of the trees in the backyard so we can watch Farley keeping Phil company as he downs beer after beer and sings "My Old Flame."

Summary: The odd thing is that this nostalgia would have to be alcohol fueled. That's because Phil and Georgia only got together because he'd put Connie behind him.

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