Friday, August 22, 2008

Episode 502

Read the comic here.

A "careful what you ask for" strip. I am glad I figured out a way around the "your/you're" spelling issue in panel three, though. Whiskey's joke works much better spoken, rather than written down.

"Tip your waitresses and try the veal" is a classic standup routine exit line. So of course Whiskey mangles that, too.

5 comments:

Geoffrey said...

I think next Monday's strip should start with bringing Whiskey's stint as a comedian crashing down on the door of the Brick House TARDIS.

Hopefully, they'll have landed somewhere before that happens though.

Ian said...

"I know you're out there, I can hear you breathing."

Maybe Whiskey can do a stand-up stint in Stonewall's club (which will be seen in the S-Team pages before the end of this year).

Cat said...

Seriously, what was in Whiskey's whiskey?

AHSKJajbhxj said...

You said "try the waitresses and tip your veal." That was on purpose, right?

Geoffrey said...

ahskjajbhxj:

What part of the mangled line Whiskey says are you having problems with? ;)

Chris merely gave us the unmangled version of the line on the blog post so we'd know he deliberately did it. I don't get why you asked the obvious?