dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Thursday, 4 June 2015

We start off with Elly going over her plan to get the masses to rise up and fight the evil sports people before plunging into another pile of whiny noise about how nobody ever wants to hear what she has to say.

(Strip Number 4627, Original Publication Date, 5 June 1986)

Panel 1: As Farley looks on, we see Elly thought-bubbling her plans for her presentation. First, she hits them with the poems (which she dismisses as so much blah-blah-blah) and then she tells the crowd something they probably already know about how the place is going to be leveled.

Panel 2: Next, she's going to tell them some history before making her passionate, palms-out plea about fighting City Hall.

Panel 3: Finally, she plans on hearing the audience's response to her consciousness-raising session.

Panel 4: When Farley yawns, Elly is angered because she half-way expects that to be the response.

Summary: What interests me is that I just realized that Elly is probably the last person in town to have heard of the demolition plans. If this is the case, she might have more of a battle than she thought.

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