Wednesday, March 4, 2015
According to our labeling system, in the almost-six-year (yike) history of this strip, Margo has cried in four panels total prior to today's meltdown, including one bout of tears that instantly turned to suspicion, and one spell of crocodile tears. For comparison, Lu Ann has eight panels of tears. Seven for Tommie. Apparently she only cried once about the whole "fake fiancee dying in a plane crash" thing? But she spent aaaaaaaaages in a tearless animal ranching funk.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
What is happening to Margo? Maybe she's had some sort of off-panel traumatic brain injury that's causing her to become emotionally unstable. Or Frank Bolle and Margaret Shulock are using Margo's growing isolation and anger as a coded plea to let them stop this strip.
Ordinarily, I enjoy when she's icy and tough, but now she's just being a witch with a b. Watch out Tommie...I hope you're working triples at the hospital again.
Monday, March 2, 2015
Oh no. Margo's second layer of jacket is off, and it was only that thin layer of polyester that was restraining her contempt and the swirl of emotions that have been bubbling her since she began wandering the yellow brick street. Off to the nickelodeon with you insipid blonde roommate!
Sunday, March 1, 2015
Sorry for the belated blogging lately. Maggie is on a well deserved vacation, but that coincided with the release of the third season of House of Cards. The exploits of Frank Underwood were just a tad more interesting than Margo having a crisis of confidence in the the middle of the street.
I find it hard to believe that the event in Margo's life that throws her into an existensial crisis is not her fiancee dying in a Nepalese avalanche or her former assistant trying to glitter bomb her apartment building. It's her mom kind of being a bridezilla.
Saturday, February 28th
You mean the not being hungry is weird? I would think that it is pretty normal that Margo mistreats her
Thursday, February 26, 2015
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Margo, we also don't understand why you've chosen a blue shapeless