Panel 1: Who predicted the chatty, expository ride home -- I think it was dreadedcandiru? Kudos to you! Kudos!
Anyway, we have a fact that April saw, and two instances of Iris's supposition. Really, I could understand the exposition if we hadn't just heard Iris SAY all this. Meanwhile, the way John is looking at April creeps me out. And is she wearing a compromise between the heavily padded junior frump jacket Elly wanted to buy for her, and the furry pink bolero?
Panel 2: I just know we're in for April saying, "It upsets me to see Jim like this," and John looking straight ahead and saying, "Well, that's the way it is. Verbal reversal, sticky-outy tongue."
Or perhaps not. Perhaps John is going to get all insulted that his teenage daughter thinks he's old.
Panel 3: Yeah, that sounds a bit before John's time.
Panel 4: Well, Elvis did not LIVE to be old. And of course John gets all defensive, saying that "fifty years ago" and "old" are two different things.
Panel 5: Well, in your case, certainly. ALL your relatives are old.
And that's it for Jim for a while. Because he's as good as dead.