dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,
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Monday, 10 May 2021

The one where Phil talks about the old fart and his pain in the ass dog.

Panel 1: Phil explains his absence for the last two years as being the end result of his career taking u[ so much of his time that he doesn't really know how many nieces he has now and not Lynn's insane vendetta against anyone who questioned her need to hijack a funeral so she can kick the corpse.

Panel 2: He then says that he and Ineptly Nicknamed Georgia have been fixing up their house. It's a great place but the neighbor's dog barks all night and drives everyone crazy.

Panel 3: When John asks if he's spoken to the owner, Phil says that he did but didn't get results.

Panel 4: He then says that he should have talked to the dog as it seemed more intelligent.

Summary: The moral of this story is that just as other people and their goals are a problem while the Pattersons and their goals are good, it's only someone else's dog that is a nuisance. (Well, that or what Garak would take away from the resolution: "Always ask what someone intends to do with a bribe.")
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