This Week in Milford

June 18, 2013

We’re From The Foley Law Group. We Were Doing Some Lawyering In Your Neighborhood…

Filed under: Coach Kaz, Gil Thorp, Milford Idiots, Prairie Style Windows — nedryerson @ 7:29 am


Oh, so that’s how it is at the Foley Law Group. The shit does not roll uphill. Stan Foley will take none of the personal responsibility for putting his obnxiously eager son/colleague on the case. What about Geoff McKay? We only learned of his existence at the deposition where he introduced himself as an “associate”. That could mean just about anything. He could be the IT guy or the guy that delivers water, or some guy who wandered in off the street, Cosmo Kramer-like, and just started “practicing law”. Stan Foley obviously doesn’t give a crap, even if it hits him in the wallet.

Say, Mr. Jarbo. In lieu of a cash settlement, ya got anybody ya want me to sue? I’ll put one of my best men on it. Maybe even an actual lawyer!

Meanwhile, the clock ticking on baseball season, Kaz and Gil check in with a “power-moping” Fartknocker.

Power mopping?! Hold on a minute, that’s my department!
Ease up, Steve Luhm. I said moping!
Oh, never mind.


  1. “Who’s power-mowing, Marty?”
    “Mom! It’s moping! Power-moping!”

    Comment by Dood — June 18, 2013 @ 8:09 am

  2. Panel 2 is like the BP commercial:
    Someone went poopies in the Gulf of Mexico. We’re cleaning it up JUST because we’re good corporate citizens of the world.

    Comment by Dale — June 18, 2013 @ 8:09 am

  3. Gee, that’s a nice gesture and all, Stan. However, I think Jimmy and I’ll still pursue our case for negligent infliction of emotional distress against your firm and your douchemop son. Do you prefer to be served at work or at home?

    By the way, my attorney has already sent a complaint to the state bar ethics committee and the local district attorney so you should be on the lookout for a letter or two from them as well. First rule of professional misconduct and unlicensed practice of law: it’s not personal!

    Comment by TimP — June 18, 2013 @ 9:00 am

  4. Kaz is wrong; not the case. Future Lawyer just got the penultimate put-down from bonobo bastard’s mom.

    Comment by semperfi4evr — June 18, 2013 @ 9:03 am

  5. If the next strip brings a Jimmy/Knockers reconciliation complete with bro-hug, I’m gonna hurl.

    Comment by John Walters (@johnswalters) — June 18, 2013 @ 9:53 am

  6. Whether it’s Nutboys, BEER-brand beer or gas from one of our many pumps and pump islands, we hope that you will continue to patronize your neighborhood Speedco for all of your petrochemical and convenience needs.

    Comment by Spokesman for Speedco — June 18, 2013 @ 10:06 am

  7. What a guy, Stan Foley! He lets amateurs prepare the case without oversight, and now that he’s made a complete ass of himself, he’s going to reimburse Mr Jarbo for his expenses. Jarbo has so many grounds for a suit– pain, suffering, stress, loss of time and money, damage to his reputation– all of them arising from old Stan’s negligence and incompetence– that Jarbo and his attorney could draw one from a hat at random. Ironic that Knoxious was just the other day telling Darby, who appears to be the only actual adult in town right now other than Jarbo Sr, that she was “leaving a lot of money on the table.”

    Comment by vaganova — June 18, 2013 @ 2:39 pm

  8. does this mean golf season is ready to start ?

    Comment by mr12ozcan — June 18, 2013 @ 4:03 pm

  9. @8. mr12ozcan, pretty sure we’re going to need to get some resolution on the double play record. But, I suspect you’re mostly right that we will get no further info on the softball team, the baseball playedouts, or whether Darby accedes to Knoxious’ woo-ing and/or looses all hope for any sort of economic advancement now that a softball scholarship is no longer within her crippled grasp.

    Comment by TimP — June 18, 2013 @ 5:44 pm

  10. TimP has it right in calling a mass petering-out of subplots and probably even main ones. Still want to see Darby knee Knoxious in the balls, though. If that happened, I would even follow the golf plot over the summer.

    Really wonder what it will be this time. We’ve had cheating hustlers, cheating fathers, pressured teenagers, what’ll it be? Somebody neglects to yell fore and a player addressing his fairway shot gets skulled. Knox jumps in to sue, but identifies the wrong player and the wrong hole (#5, or “old 14.”) No, we just did that. Exploding golf balls? Illegal clubs? Hard to guess.

    Comment by vaganova — June 18, 2013 @ 6:14 pm

  11. […] Then again, GilPa might need to pay a retainer to a divorce lawyer. He could be doing ads for the Foley Law Group before it’s all done. Maybe he could call in a favor from Hadley V. […]

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