Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Episode # 223 - January 29th, 2008

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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

"The problem with a lot of gay couples" are "open relationships"... in which the door is open only for one side.
We already knew Kyle and Brad would end up having a KID together, the mystery lies in how much stormy fun and relationship corpses the strip will go through before that happens.

Anonymous said...

"The problem with a lot of gay couples" are "open relationships"... in which the door is open only for one side.
We already knew Kyle and Brad would end up having a KID together, the mystery lies in how much stormy fun and how many relationship corpses the strip will go through before that happens.

Anonymous said...

I hope Kyle and Breyer stay together, I think he and Brad will remain really close friends.-T.Evans

Anonymous said...

Just friends, nothing more. I hope-T.Evans

Tom said...

If you're taking names for the dog, my pick is Polar. Fits, no?

Tom

Anonymous said...

Polar....I second that.-T.Evans

Griffin said...

I like the wintery name for a husky dog. Polar is good, but what about Snowflake? Or Ice Cube? Or Tundra?

Andy said...

I think Romeo would be a good name for the dog. It's an allusion to the romantic/dramatic content of the comic strip. Also, Valentino.

Andy said...

Or how about "Blanket"?

I *am* kidding.

KateKintail said...

Hey, what's wrong with naming a dog after a hockey player? Mine's named Simon after hockey player Chris Simon (though mine is admittedly more well-behaved than the hockey player) :-) I look forward to finding out what Kyle's new pup's name will be!

Anonymous said...

Snowballing: it has both polar and gay connotations.