(Strip Number 349, Original Publication Date, 27 November 1982)
Panel 1: We find ourselves at a candy store; as they decide what they're going to get, Lawrence tells Mike "If there really was a Santa, he'd be magic, eh, Michael?" (At least that's what I think he's saying; Lynn always turns Hmmmm into Hum so I'm guessing that 'hey' means 'eh'.)
Panel 2: As he hands the cashier his money, he says that he dunno; he's starting to think that he doesn't make toys at least.
Panel 3: Mike then says that the remote control car he broke supposedly came from Santa.
Panel 4: When he looked at the bottom, though, it said 'Made In Taiwan.'
Summary: Since Lynn is a bit of an imbecile, she's going to make a dog's breakfast of a rather depressing fact of life that a lot of parents have to contend with; deciding when and how to talk to children about the reality of entities like Santa and the Easter Bunny is a fairly serious matter so trivializing it by doing something like this irritates me....and I don't even have kids.