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It wouldn’t be Westward without a meeting. And it wouldn’t be a meeting without coffee.

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  • It wouldn’t be Westward without a mysterious shadowy figure.

    • That’s just Carter.

      • Matt [in Middletown]

        But, we NEED mysterious shadowy figures!
        Mr. Grafanek! Put some shadowy cardboard cutouts of people in random corners!

        • Westward does have its fair share of them. And Carter is one of the common culprits. http://westwardcomic.com/archive/episode-five/#0725

          • Matt [in Middletown]

            Yes, mighty suspicious of him.
            We must check his closet for a secret stash of cardboard cutout Carters!

          • Perhaps I should add that to the store. A cardboard silhouette of Carter suitable for placement in backlit doorways.

          • Matt [in Middletown]

            Photobombing fishtanks, pet birds, cats, dogs, the mailman, car windows, recreation of the shower curtain silhouette from “psycho” but with the cane pointing at something.
            Egads, I’m full of bad ideas right now.

      • Oops. My bad.

  • I should add, for any new readers, that Lamont is making a quip about Rosemary’s being quite a bit older than she looks, having looked pretty much the same for over 50 years. Which means that despite appearances, she’s technically robbed Captain Carter’s cradle.

    • Folarx

      I guess dirty old women need love, too.