(Strip Number 1013, Original Publication Date, 1 February 1986)
Panel 1: As he stares anxiously at the hole in the ceiling, Mike lies to himself by saying that the dumb hole in the ceiling doesn't bother him because he doesn't believe in the (misspelled) Bogeyman.
Panel 2: Suddenly, a gust of wind causes eerie sounds to issue forth from the attic terrifying the little boob.
Panel 3: As they watch television, John tells Elly that he wonders how Mike is sleeping in the other room tonight.
Panel 4: It turns out that he's not actually sleeping in Lizzie's room at all because he's so scared of being eaten by fake monsters, he's sleeping in the tub despite the tap being the one thing Jim didn't fix.
Summary: The problem is that while Mike learns something, it's the wrong thing. This, I should think, will be the night that his parents sent him to get eaten by monsters because they like LIZZIE better. Also, Lynn loves the idea of characters being freaked out of their minds by the house settling after they've turned their back on goodness and niceness by watching something scary...as we'll find out when April dares to resent not really being watched over by