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Episode 26: A Difference of Opinion, By Sam, 7/27/2009     [ Jump To Comments ]

Episode 26: A Difference of Opinion
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Comments  (11)
From: Kaye
Date: Fri, 1/1/2016, 09:22:55
I don't even know what Charlie's from, and I'm kind of afraid to...
From: margie11
Date: Sun, 11/21/2010, 01:01:58
I LOVE frames 2 and 3. I laughed so hard, I swear I made my period start.
From: geneva
Date: Mon, 7/12/2010, 17:23:03
Best attempt at "Diplomatic Conflict Resolution" EVER
From: Gahalyn
Date: Sat, 10/10/2009, 21:32:50
Maybe Mom should choose another story... heh.
From: RyaCAM
Date: Wed, 7/29/2009, 22:13:48
I'm trying to picture reading this without knowing who Charlie is. But then again, can any of us really know who Charlie is?
From: Brick
Date: Tue, 7/28/2009, 16:28:40
Y IF
WEIRD, OR
E KISSING
NK?
From: Lirelyn
Date: Tue, 7/28/2009, 13:29:18
"Since I am a bad guy, I am initiating violence against you." *giggle* This rules. You just *know* there are children's books being written with this kind of thing. I'm just happy not to have encountered any yet.
From: LaZorra
Date: Mon, 7/27/2009, 14:06:23
CHARLIE GET OUT OF THE WAY OF THE SPEECH BALLOON
From: ThePhan
Date: Mon, 7/27/2009, 12:58:56
Every time I saw Charlie, I jumped and then laughed. He doesn't seem to be bringing all that much to the group, does he? My favorite was panel four, where he appears to be enjoying his food sans cutlery. Next time we see him, he's silencing the Viking Warrior's talk of kissing.
From: RiftTraveler
Date: Mon, 7/27/2009, 10:01:59
Wow.
Charlie is the creepiest kid ever. The uncanny valley has never been so real.

Also, that last line was pure awesomeness plus ten. Being a Shakespeare purist, I hate Bowdler almost as much as she does.

-Rifty
From: 10Kan
Date: Mon, 7/27/2009, 09:21:14
Once again, assertive application of Sleuth Diplomacy leaves all [remaining, conscious] parties satisfied with the outcome of negotiations.

Also, "respecting each other's personal spheres" now sounds really dirty to me. I think I've just had a political correctness stack heap overflow.
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