Panel 2: Ye gads, Connie's nose looks like a ginger root!
Panel 3: And her legs look unnaturally thin.
What are they drinking anyway, Purple Jesus?
And while it's perfectly plausible that they're talking about their men, I think it's a bit mean to show them laughing so uproariously. Imagine if the genders were reversed.
Panel 1: Now, how is it that assigned seating puts Becky behind April? It wouldn't be the alphabet. Height, maybe? Or just the Flying Fickle Finger of Fate?
Panel 2: You could have said this at "grad", you know. And why is Becky suddenly fooling with papers, in the midst of an important discussion?
Panel 3: And stop harping on that solo. Her performance was good, and the whole band did not belong on stage. If she'd told you beforehand, you all would have forced her to choose, and you just would have gotten mad earlier.
Panel 4: No, I guess not. Especially if a true friendship means thinking all the time about how horrible the other person is, but never voicing your objections. At least you're finally being honest.
Panel 5: I know that's supposed to be ridiculous, but I have often felt that way: "We don't have to be close friends, but we also don't have to be enemies!" Let's see how April reacts.
Also her hair looks better. Perhaps because we get to see the top and sides, not just the bangs and fountain.