(Strip Number 6697, Original Publication Date, 1 March 1987)
Panel 1: We find ourselves watching Elly walk down the hallway carrying the laundry basket of looking like a busy housewife with nooooo help and noooooo time to herself.
Panel 2: Since she's putting away towels, she notices that once again, idiot John expects that instead of having to lower himself to putting a towel in the hamper like a woman or something, Elly will gladly pick it up because that's what his mom did.
Panel 3: She embraces the utterly God-damned futile and tries calling this to his attention.
Panel 4: She doubles down on doing something that won't work because he don't want it to by trying to explain that this habit of his is a problem.
Panel 5: While it looks as if he realizes this, we sort of know better.
Panel 6: This is because he attempts to shame her into silence by making a meal of being apologetic.
Panel 7: He gets all florid about how he'll never do it again....
Panel 8: ....and then begs for forgiveness in a theatrical manner.
Panel 9: Since she sees clean through him, she bops in on his dome for being a jerkwad.
Panel 10: He then grouses about how she ain't going to take his total non-apology.
Summary: We can possibly expect either a Lynnsight that roasts Rod and the kids for not being sincere enough or a Little Lindy show that roasts her mom for expecting her to feel sorry about things she didn't see as problems.