This Week in Milford

October 23, 2015

Comedy in a tragedy

Filed under: Gil Thorp — robmize2013 @ 6:23 pm

First off, what an outfit for a teacher – sleeveless dress with 3 large dangling bracelets on each wrist – more bling then you’d expect at a nightclub. Next we miss the whole funny act of Sir Redshirt, who looks rather casual with an unbuttoned bowling shirt over a tight black tee. I suppose this class was filmed, since the director was getting advice on how to make one stay awake through an episode. So the entertainment ante was upped, and I sense an actors future in Redshirt, who mentions why he had to roll out every one-liner he ever heard Jay Leno make before Conan O’Brian tried to take his place. Shakespeare in itself is rather boring in my opinion, so thank goodness for some comic relief, which is met with obvious approval by Holly Bling, as she’s on board with this fiasco of a reality show. Tonights Week 9 of my prep football season, and we’ve had what, 1 game for every bonfire so far? Football hasnt taken a backseat like this since the USFL tried to play in the fall.

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3 Comments »

  1. Define hilarious. One lame ass joke that got ha,ha’s from his comedydeprived classmates. .

    Comment by Bobby Joe — October 23, 2015 @ 6:36 pm

  2. Presumably Dory will start clowning around during football practice, or a game, and endanger Milford’s season. Gil will have it out with Alan. I hope this plot line is going somewhere, but after the summer story, I have no sense of optimism.
    I guess the “hilarious” jokes must have started right after the “I don’t get it” from yesterday’s strip.
    Finally, in panel 1, it looks like Holly’s left thumb is coming out of the middle of her palm.

    Comment by Philip — October 23, 2015 @ 6:38 pm

  3. I’ve never called my older brother big brother instead of using his name. I know they do it on TV but… Hey, I get it ! Dory’s a TV star! They money will roll right in.

    Comment by Jive Turkey — October 23, 2015 @ 6:53 pm


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