dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,

Saturday, 23 April 2011

Our ending the week watching Elly not blowing her stack because her children are making a mess shouldn't distract us from wondering if she did, after all, chicken out on telling Mike about Easter because she wasn't ready.

(Strip Number 243, Original Publication Date, 10 April 1982)

Panel 1: We start off watching Elly supervising her children as they color Easter eggs; she smiles as cautions Liz not to go too fast.

Panel 2: She than tells John to come look and watch the kids coloring the eggs.

Panel 3: She concludes by smiling and thought-bubbling "And anything else they can lay their hands on."

Summary: It's so rare to see Elly willingly watch over the offsprings and small ones or not fret about the mess they make, it's not funny; the problem is that Kool-Aid Nation seizes on anomalies like this and tries turning them into the norm.

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