(Strip Number 4120, Original Publication Date, 20 January 1982)
Panel 1: We find ourselves back at the beach; Elly wakes John from his nap to tell him that she'd bought a piece of art in Bridgetown.
Panel 2: She gushes about the repulsive carny prize by telling him that this is the only one left on the island and the artist isn't making any more.
Panel 3: John looks at the crudely-done carving of happy native women picking coconuts for a second...
Panel 4: ...and tells Elly that it was probably by popular request.
Summary: I'd love it if one of the strips Lynn used to fill in the gap featured John asking Carrie if he's in the wrong to not want to look at a constant reminder of his wife's lack of taste, brains and sales resistance; we could accompany that with his defending her color scheme by saying that she's been diagnosed with blue-yellow color-blindness.