I hate being wrong almost as much as I hate being right; that's because Lynn is hitting us with her "Enjoying life is for suckers" trip.
Panel 1: We start off with Ted asking John if they should maybe go an' ask a coupla girls to go dancin'.
Panel 2: John rebuffs this suggestion by saying he must be getting old; he wants to head home.
Panel 3: Ted questions his sanity by reminding his buddy that this is his chance to see how single guys live.
Panel 4: John says he already knows how single men live; that's why he got married.
Summary: In Lynn's world, getting married and having children are what people do; they have no choice in the matter and that's that. As for enjoying being in their presence, that's simply irrelevant because Lynn doesn't believe in enjoyment. Having a good time is an evil because it distracts from being a humorless, self-absorbed twerp who makes mountains out of mole hills.
ETA: Lynn celebrates the advent of spring by doing some rather insensitive foreshadowing. There's something about a soaking-wet Farley that just bugs me.