(Original Publication Date, 3 April 1991)
Panel 1: We switch focus to a house which we have never seen before and will never see again as an older neighbour of the Pattersons looks through the curtains and asks her husband what could possibly be going on over there because there's a police cruiser, ambulance and pizza delivery van in the driveway.
Panel 2: What's more, Carol Enjo is also over there for some reason that the woman must find out. When telling her husband that she's going over there, he tells her "Oh, for Pete's sake, Agnes! It's 2 AM!"
Panel 3: When he tells her that the last thing they need is her barging in and looking for gossip at pitch-dark o-thirty in the morning, she says that she's not looking for gossip but instead doing what any concerned neighbour would do in her place.
Panel 4: As she trudges through the snow, she thought-bubbles "I'm taking over a casserole."
Summary: This leads us to the stupid joke that ends the week about how intimate April's birth wasn't.