Panel one: Ha, ha, "friendship". Don't think we don't know what you did after that whole tie-yank-kiss-pun thing yesterday. Also, Candace is back! Is it conceivable she'll bring sanity? ...Nah.
Panel two: She's definitely reality-checking. Not that reality is going to come into this, since it's the Lovepocalypse, but, hey, you know. Thank you, Candace. None of the things you mention will actually happen, though, unless it's the ex-wife thing, because we all know how evil Therese is.
Panel three: More reality-checking. And Liz acknowledges this?
Panel four: Ohhhh, cripes. And by "handle" you mean "run away", right? Because I'm looking at your previous track record and I'm not seeing much of an ability to cope with issues in a mature way. And, in fact, Therese threw away a creepy icky dude with chains in the basement and a pornish crumb-duster who forced her to have a baby, and a child who's just there to be a cute plot device. I'm thinking she knew what she was doing a lot more than you, lady.
Panel five: ...
Escuse me while I laugh madly. I have never seen Liz recycle anything, which kind of renders this "pun" pointless right there, and--oh, man. That's not what Candace actually meant to say, naturally. What she meant to say was, "Liz? You need a life. Badly. It is much more useful than a guy."
I also like all the empty space. V. artistic, Ms. Johnston.
...Maybe that's because one of the Lynnions had to erase the above statement from Candace and replace it with the recycling line. Aha. Well, I'm onto them.