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episode04 | #04-082 | Protocol | Published Tuesday, February 28, 2012
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Spratt is, of course, referring to the awkward and (even more) crudely-drawn
back in Episode One, when he found himself somewhat at odds with our enthusiastic security specialist. -e
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WooHoo! First comment! A first for me...
Must say that as much as I love this strip, I love the comments, too. I prolly read most of a dozen web comics, but no other comment section is worth my time. You have created a fine comic, Mr. T, and attracted a fine "gang of idiots." (And I'll doff my hat to the first to figure out >that< reference.)
I dunno, google said it was Mad Magzine. But now I wonder...
Thrilled to have you onboard, Tripwire! Your sentiments are heartily reciprocated.
First Lamont and now Rico. The wandering Whit seems to be all about extending other men's antennae. And she knows how to work his unit, too.
How disappointed she'll be to find out Rico only has eyes for Spratt.
Actually while we're doing innuendo's there's a few one can read into that direction here.
I caught that in the second panel, Katawa. Thought I was pushing it with the antenna joke, so I figured I'd leave the Spratt-Rico connection alone.
I expected everybody to ignore Rico. Instead we have this...
"I know how to work this unit"
At this rate, by the time we get to the final episode, this really will have became a
Not that I'm complaining mind you...
Apparently they forgot to tell Lamont he wasn't supposed to light up. It does raise the question of what *would* happen if you lit up in a high-oxygen environment though. Seems like things would burn faster, and fires might spread more easily. Do we have an explosion or a forest fire to look forward to?
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