…and the strip might not improve. But you have to admit with all the medical drama, complex familial interactions et al., Rex is, way down deep, simply a…um, ah…simple man. Would we have it any other way?
So, the Morgans’ dubious relative has crashed at their house, watched their kids (sort of), got drunk (maybe), and passed out (definitely). The fun never stops!!! Of course, June sees the need to investigate, since Rex is pretty much worthless in matters like this.
June has reason to worry (and I’d start with her marrying Rex years ago)…
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I also forgot how much I liked Cayla (her taste in men aside)…
Can Les be any more of a jerk? Is there a title, or a contest, that he’s trying to win? Me, personally, I’d love to see Cayla leave once they return home (if not before).
Finally, sunny California…Swimming Pools, Movie Stars. And the sad realization that “Lisa’s Story: The Book” may actually become “Lisa’s Story: The Movie at the Dollar Dive a Week After It Opens.”
Then again, I think the cinematic version of “Lisa’s Story” has about as much box office draw (and big bucks income) as “Cats”…
While Les and Mr. D-level start yammer about the proto-triumph of “Lisa’s Story” on the big screen, Cayla and the ex-cheerleader from Les’ high school class schmooze on the beach. No, it isn’t sexy or racy or interesting at all.
This particular episode has turned into a long, long one filled with talking heads, accusations, no punching and NO ANIMALS WHATSOEVER! Is this Mark Trail or Mary Worth?!?? We can only hope for something. Anything.
Okay, still with the talking heads, but some admissions are forthcoming. (I don’t know if this really happens, but it should!)
Well, gee whiz, Dr. Camel’s back-story really is exciting and tragic!
….and he’s back to being an insufferable cry-baby, too!
And what, pray tell, has Dr. Camel learned from his harrowing life experience?
WAIT!! CAN THIS BE TRUE?!??
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Things are just rosy for Estelle and Wilbutt, and here’s Mary doling out all sorts of platitudes for a despondent Iris, who has moved back to the hell that is Charterstone. How long Iris will tolerate it is anyone’s guess. She may be pregnant and/or menopausal and/or hypothyroidic, but even she has a limit.
The opinion that “Mary is a good listener.” is dubious at best.
Of course, Mary just has to bring in Zak to counsel Iris. But it’s not like Mary knows everything (you evil bitch).
At last Zak convinces the menopausalpregnanttruly scary Iris to see a Real Doctor, and the news is actually pretty good!