(Strip Number 922, Original Publication Date, 20 August 1985)
Panel 1: We find ourselves at Connie's house watching Elly congratulate her because she just told her that she found a buyer for it.
Panel 2: Mike tells Lawrence that now that it's been sold, it's going to be hard to imagine someone else living in what used to be his house.
Panel 3: As they walk into the bedroom, Lawrence wonders who's going end up using it
Panel 4: He then says that he'd had a lot of good dreams in there.
Summary: Originally, I'd made some sort of mush-headed comment about dreams; fortunately, wiser people reminded me that no ten year old boy is going to give a photon in a solar wind about this. What's going on is that he's being used as a ventriloquist's dummy so that a maudlin woman in her late thirties can make a treacly pseudo-profundity.