(Strip Number 4859, Original Publication Date, 11 September 1987)
Panel 1: When they get to the counter to pick up their cards, a baffled Frieda questions why Elly only bought two cards when she can handle at least four.
Panel 2: Since she thinks she's being this great big hero indulging these silly people wasting their time playing their silly game, Elly commits the social faux-pas of asking people who live for something she doesn't care for much if they perhaps take it more seriously than they should.
Panel 3: When she's surrounded by baffled and mildly outraged people who give her a funny look, she meekly mutters 'oh' because they do take it that seriously.
Summary: The funny thing is that when anyone is suicidal enough to question her interests, she turns into a foaming-at-the-mouth wacko.