dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Monday, 2 November 2015

While Sue loves the experience of the party, she realizes something that she and Elly would rather not face. Simply put, none of the big shots seemed to actually want to talk about saving the theater.

(Strip Number 4704, Original Publication Date, 3 November 1986)

Panel 1: We find Sue toting things up from the party and finding that they're two hundred dollars in the hole.

Panel 2: She still thinks that it was a pretty good party. Also, she's never seen so many influential people in one place before.

Panel 3: Susan is impressed that she got to talk to the crème de la crème of society and that she got out there and hob-nobbed.

Panel 4: That being said, she can't remember anyone saying anything about the theatre.

Summary: The idea is that we're dealing with a bunch of superficial people who'd go to this thing for free drinks and party games and still tear the place down because of Lynn's lack of awareness of how things actually work in this world.

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