(Strip Number 7230, Original Publication Date, 9 November 1986)
Panel 1: We find ourselves watching Lizzie sitting next to Christopher's silhouette and picking a branch apart and thought-bubbling "He likes me, he likes me not" because it's November and there are no daisies left to mutilate.
Panel 2: She finds to her delight that he likes her.
Panel 3: The strip proper begins with Lizzie telling Chris about this old movie she saw about a pretty girl who lived all alone on an island.
Panel 4: She then goes on to talk about her pretend island where she's by herself.
Panel 5: Sometimes, people will come by on a ship and want to visit.
Panel 6: Sometimes, she won't let them. Sometimes, she'll only let the nicest people get to stay on her island. (This, of course, means that a jeering oaf who looks like Mirror Universe Linus and who grows up to write a break-up e-mail like the punk-ass bitch he is and also abandon his family on a rickety fire escape like a tool is persona non grata.)
Panel 7: Only people that she really, really likes are welcome. (See above as to why Mike ain't allowed on her island.)
Panel 8: She wants Christopher to know something.
Panel 9: Said thing is that (since she's got a crush on him) he's always welcome on her island.
Summary: This would almost be touching if the characters were the right age to say stuff like this. Lynn might make a meal of how she neeeeeeeeeded male companionship when she was seven or eight but she doesn't come close to admitting that she's a mildly sinister anomaly whose ardor confused and unsettled her peers.