(Strip Number 7206, Original Publication Date, 19 January 1986)
Panel 1: We find ourselves watching Elizabeth and Michael make loud music with pots, pans, cymbals and a toy piano.
Panel 2: Since a dog's hearing is more sensitive than a human being's is, we find that Farley doesn't like the wall of sound he's colliding with.
Panel 3: John notices that Mike and Lizzie's playing has forced Farley to leave the room.
Panel 4: Since John seems to want to live in a world without sound in it, he asks Elly why there's all this noise when he wants perfect stillness.
Panel 5: Elly tells her tone-deaf-that's-why-he-failed-piano-les
Panel 6: He physically recoils from a rather loud example of creative expression.
Panel 7: John expresses himself by shouting "STOP THAT STAR-SKULL-SATURN-SWIRLY-MARK-LIGHTNING-B
Panel 8: John becomes a stand-in for every thin-skinned person who should never have had children by being delighted that the children are too terrified of his rage and viciousness to continue to make the sounds that disturb his need to live in an isolation booth instead of a HOUSE with PEOPLE in it.
Panel 9: Having successfully frightened children whose only 'crime' was making a bit of joyful noise, smug rat bastard idiot John thought-bubbles about how wonderful creative expression is.
Summary: We're probably in for a rather nasty Lynnsight in which she gushes about how super-fricking-great it is that asshole parents shout children into a sort of sinister silence because 'everyone' knows that good children love to play 'lobotomy patient.'