Panel 1 sponsored by: Pimp-tastic Coat Warehouse: “For when you want to look your pimp-tastic-est, but you don’t want to pay full pimp price!”
Sadly, Marty’s shock at the beginning of this game has been replaced by sobriety.
Panel 2 sponsored by Awkward High Five Quarterly: “An Extremely Pointless Magazine!” So, uh, Tony Casey actually had the choice to make good passes? Did he just choose not to up to this point? That makes no…ah forget it, I give up.
Panel 3 sponsored by Ugly-Loser-Match.com: “Also Advertising in Jason’s Bad Comics!“ So Bill asks Cully on a date, huh? The prospect of their potential offspring’s hair frightens me. But not as much as this did…
So before, when Franken-Cully was hanging around criminals, Bill was all judgemental towards him. But now, when he’s looking for an accomplice to his late night retaliatory prank, who does he turn to? Not boring L.G. Howard Gourwitz, that’s for sure. Really I think he’s just looking for a big hunky dope to carry him away in his hulk arms…Bill’s been missing that in his life ever since former boy toy Stormy ran off to join the Navy.
Props to panel two for its out-of-the-ordinary style. Maybe Frank just drew a copy of his Christmas card, but I think it’s kinda quaint. Though is the car driving through a blizzzard and about to plow into a wall? And is there always a full moon in Milford? (That might explain a lot, actually…)
Gil doesn’t seem to be commanding much respect from his students lately, does he? First Cully disobeys his direct orders to kill Marty Moon, and now this! Fortunately for Bill and Cully, they can just lie about their involvement with this prank (and their trip to make-out point afterwards). Because as we know, Gil approves of anyone lying about anything, so long as it doesn’t cut into his valuable PUB time.