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Ruth generally isn't my favorite character but Rachel just seems completely petty, given she's given her grief over something she said during freshman year.
Well, we don't know yet how the rest of that year played out.
Rachel told Ruth she was in love with her but she forgot and that's why she hates her.
Ruth never cleaned their room.
Rachel is secretly a Canadiens fan.
Ruth's gonna have to wait a bit
I sadly know Walky's current mood. It sucks.
Also I thought I missed Mike but he's been back for one strip and I'm already tired of him.
Jumping from Ruth/Billie to Becky/Dina reminded me that there's no dude romances in the story yet.
I kinda hope Mike/Ethan pans out just because it'd be nice if there were at least one.
Spared this time
Wild idea: Dina could borrow Fuckface.
All parties should have quiet areas, but damn Dina's cute declaration!
Billie's too done for this
Panels 2 and 3 are intensely memeable
And thus, Dina remains firmly positioned as the best character.
Not sure if she actually believed that
Well that depends on whether she ever had a birthday in which nobody bothered her at all. She likely haven't, and having the party back off and let her enjoy the day her way rather than dragging her out to "have fun" their way is a very big improvement.
Edited by Adannor on Aug 30th 2019 at 11:56:15 AM
Today on the conviniently timed news network.
.....he's going to shoot Robin, isn't he?
Even though he'll probably be aiming for Becky.
Quite possibly, which would play really well in the polls, giving Robin the win.
Okay, I’m actually laughing at the background gag.
No new official polls. But internal polling shows an uptick.
They’re talking about how Becky kept asking people in the dorms to vote for Robin.
The funniest thing about this strip is the implication that Ross is still wearing a neck brace after being punched by a 90 pound teenager.
(Yes I know he was in a car crash but this is way better)
The malaise is making my stomach upset
Ross's line there reminds me of a joke where an old woman refuses rescue from a disaster, insisting to everyone who offers help that the Lord will save her. She dies, goes to Heaven, and wonders why the Lord didn't save her, at which point God notes that he sent all those people to help her and she turned them down.
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