dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Ed seems to be on the ball enough to realize that Elly thinks that she's the boss of everyone ever.

(Strip Number 4874, Original Publication Date, 13 October 1987)

Panel 1: Thelma tells Elly Ed's name as a means of properly introducing him.

Panel 2: She then explains that they're of a kind as they have similar likes and dislikes and have much the same background.

Panel 3: She's very happy that she's able to properly introduce him to her.

Panel 4: This occasions Ed stage-whispering the fact that she wants him to meet with Elly's approval.

Summary: Elly, I should think, was thought of as practice for dealing with his children who might have objected to his "cheating" on their mother.

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