(Strip Number 4827, Original Publication Date, 1 July 1987)
Panel 1: Having noticed his mother's wailing about wild animals and rejection, Lawrence angrily asks Molly if she was dumping on her again. She defiantly confirms this.
Panel 2: Molly blames Connie for having to move; they didn't HAVE to move away from her forever love but Connie steamrolled her dad into agreeing to move away.
Panel 3: Lawrence points out it was her dad who got promoted and wanted to move so she should dump on him too.
Panel 4: Molly gets sort of wistful as she complains that he's never around when she needs to vent.
Summary: This means that we can sing the ballad of Brave Sir Greg: "When conflict reared its ugly head/he bravely turned his tail and fled!" It also means that Connie has being made a wicked stepmother thrust upon her by a stupid man who hates having to defend a stupid position. Given that she's a dimwitted flake, she still doesn't realize it.