This Week in Milford

April 3, 2019

We Never Did See That Scrimmage


“I was at a Comic Con last weekend – and I have this Wasp bobblehead to prove it!”

“I don’t think anybody asked – or cared – where you were, Nancy.”

Pretty tricky of Nancy to hold that bobblehead steady as the floor and the lockers slide away from beneath her feet.

Speaking of writing blogs… Tiny credit where credit is due, or acknowledgement that Whigrub must see this blog: Whigham is gradually moving away from putting huge earrings on his teenage girls to putting multiple small ones on them. Still has this thing for the ears poking out out of the hair elf style, though.

Alright then. All this hoohah about the scrimmage and who didn’t show up for it and why has been going on for two weeks now.  When does it advance the plot?


  1. An infield full of girls who have lives outside softball?!
    Inconceivable. Get Bechdel on the horn!

    Comment by Downpuppy (@Downpuppy) — April 3, 2019 @ 10:54 am

  2. What’s unbelievable is that they all seem to GAF about each other’s business

    Comment by franku2016 — April 3, 2019 @ 1:02 pm

  3. I was in New York for a while on theater business and am just now catching up. But I’m not sure what I’m catching up on, other than a pissy comparison of grievances arising from Mimi’s inadvisable attempt at an impromptu scrimmage. I see people referring to a “plot,” but thus far cannot identify evidence of one. “Quiet Nancy Kaffer” shows promise as a possible leader, telling her teammates to secure their shit, but I was hoping we’d have side by side plots with Mike Filion in one and the softball team in the other. This hope is fading fast…

    Comment by vaganova — April 3, 2019 @ 3:02 pm

  4. Wait. Young people still write blogs? This is now the most unbelievable Gil Thorp plot since Gil staged a charity rasslin’ match with Herc The Mauler.

    Comment by timbuys — April 4, 2019 @ 8:04 am

  5. […] of skating (or of blogging?) Linda Carr left on her own, No one likes to play a scrimmage In the infield all […]

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