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Wednesday, January 23

Panel 1: For a second, I thought Iris and April were on the TV. But since Iris is giving exposition, they might as well be. And finally, someone's acknowledging that Jim might be depressed! But I wish Iris wouldn't use the word "slow."

Panel 2: Heh, that sounds like a challenge.

Panel 3: Wonder if this panel is supposed to be symbolic. Like Jim is stuck in this cold gray edifice. Anyway, I can't wait to hear what the one thing is he CAN still do.

Panel 4: See, the Martian Princess looks for positives! And here it comes...

Panel 5: Why don't we see FACES in this panel?

Also, when Coffee Talk updates, remember that I opened a separate thread for that Sunday night.
Tags: grampa, iris, iris martyred, stroke aftermath, the martian creature
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