No fuss no muss just COTW!
"At that age, you should only have two possible items on your bucket list: either 'not dying' or 'dying.’” --Ettorre
The runners up? Also very funny.
"I think every Mary Worth strip ought to take time to include Wilbur's POV, as they do here in panel 6." --Handsome Harry Backstayge, Idol of a Million Other Women
"It figures that animalist propaganda would depict the Weirdly family as degenerate hippie communist stock. Anything to discredit the Human Resistance." --TheDiva
"If you look closely, you'll realize that it's not the robot that's plugged into the wall, but the chair it's sitting on. So it's sitting on an electric chair -- not the execution device, but simply an electric version of what appears to otherwise be a typical desk chair. Also, it takes three plugs, kind of like a desktop computer hooked up to the internet would be. None of this helps with actually understanding the comic -- the opposite, in fact -- but it's important to note." --Westing1992
"Just remember kids, it's only a problem unless you win the football game for your school. That makes you good for exactly one week." --Kevin On Earth
"You should see this speech bubble, Guy! The one I'm pointing at!" --made of wince
"Well, I know what I'm most surprised by, and that's the weird, unsettling effect of a mostly-realistic character plopped down next to another, more classically cartoonish one. Mr. Scanarelli has refused to allow his readers to settle into a comfortable visual groove for years, of course, but then the strip has refused to allow Walt a dignified death for decades, so why should we be any different? Dying, I mean. It's the only way out of the Gasoline Alley universe, and not for the characters." --pastordan
"Photographing sharks under water seems much more doable than photographing them above water." --But What Do I Know?
"I want to know what horrible pre-death activity Walt wrote that made Gertie elide over it with a polite, if shocked, 'oh my!' Was it sexual, scatological, or blasphemous?