(Strip Number 10909, Original Publication Date, 9 January 1981)
Panel 1: Having endured the horror that is waiting in line at Customs like everyone else, we find John and Elly at their hotel; the desk clerk tells them that their room (35A, to be specific) is to the left.
Panel 2: As she and John walk to their room, Elly takes in the perfectly-manicured grounds and is delighted.
Panel 3: Her telling John to just look at the scenery coincides with his admiring a fellow guest: a woman in a swimsuit. It should be noted that she seems fairly well-drawn in comparison to the big-foot mutant ogling her; that makes her visible disgust at his glare (among other NSFW things) all the more poignant.
Summary: It's sort of annoying to have to remember that even Jim declares it a moral obligation to ogle pretty girls right in front of his wife and family; why it is the wives involved cave so quickly says as much about Lynn and how screwed up she is as her misinterpretation of the motives of a dying young mother.
ETA: The January banner is up and it raises a question: "Why does it look as if Farley is throwing a snowball?"