Perhaps later; right now, Elly can't cope without her soap.
Panel 1: We start off with Elly pushing Lizzie in a stroller; she thinks to herself "This is it; for the first time in two years, I'm willingly going to miss it".
Panel 2: She looks at her watch and tells herself that, in two minutes and thirty seconds, "Sudden Illness" comes on.
Panel 3: She then notices that it's thirty seconds to go and she gives up.
Panel 4: As she rushes home with a freaked-out grimace, she thought-bubbles that no mere mortal Foob can stand the agonies of soap opera withdrawal. It should be noted that her need to watch her soap has caused her to subject Lizzie to high G-forces.
Summary: This, at least, explains how Elly usually spent thirty of her minutes. If she were to use the sponsors' products more efficiently, she'd have a happier life. She'd also be happier if she weren't a walking, talking stereotype.
ETA: Now that it's Holy Week, Lynn has decided to use Butterscotch to remind us of the secular (CHOMPCHEWGLUTSHLORRP) aspects of Easter in her latest banner. Odd; we have April's rabbit showing up but are given no reminder of her owner.