dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,
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Monday, 14 July 2008

Now that Lynn has done the expected and depicted her female characters running around screaming in anguish due to amazing good fortune and her male characters acting like Neanderthals, it seems like one of two things will happen. Either Connie will appear and lead us in to wasting more time or Therese, the Moral Dissonance Fairy, will make trouble. "Making trouble", of course, being Lynn's code phrase for reminding us that the Pattersons are immoral idiots who want to have a great big party to celebrate ruining her life.

Well, we do get to see someone named Poirier today: Lawrence, the token two-fer.

Panel 1: We start the proceedings at his place of business. He asks April if she, instead of Liz, is in charge of the flowers. April confirms that her older sister dumped a steaming-hot plate of the bride's responsibility into her lap.

Panel 2: She then explains that Liz wants something to go with violet and teal ribbons. Guess we know how much Mira's opinion means to the Patterswine. In any event, Lawrence will look to see if there's something appropriate in the Eyesore section of the catalog.

Panel 3: He then asks if Liz knows that Elly bitched and moaned her way into making him give away the flowersthese flowers are a gift out of the kindness of his and his partner Nick's hearts. April says yes.

Panel 4: She then notes that's very kind of him. He responds with a pun about how well business is doing.

Summary: We're about to be bombarded with more examples of people kissing Elly's big, fat ass this week. I hope you still have that bucket handy.
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