Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Episode # 251 - March 10th, 2009

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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why is the style of that St.Cloud so 1980s soap opera...
There must be something wrong with me these days because I found the frame with Morgan talking about Brad's trash absolutely hilarious; however, the last two were rather disappointing as a follow-up.

Carles.-

Luca said...

Now that this storyline is set and probably ongoing for some time, it's the moment for... long-term requests!

I'd like to see:
1) Some haunts from Kyle's "mysterious past" (his life has become too calm recently)
2) Some resolutions for Brad's career (he was bound to go into the major leagues in one or two years... so now either is managing to get his dream or he risks to be the eternal promise; a moment of crisis of Brad regarding his future can be also understandable)
3) Where is the cute Irish priest that had a thing with Lance? That's a comeback I would like to see!
4) Up to now we had several Europeans visiting Kyle's B&B; when the reciprocation? ;)

Anonymous said...

This story line has got me puzzled. I take it that Morgan St. Cloud is straight. Is she really going to like living in a gay B&B? Brad keeps showing up, though I liked him better in his jockstrap. Is something going to happen between Brad and Morgan? I have no idea where this is going.

Anonymous said...

Oh puhleez... can't you see? Morgan is or was a man.

Really disappointing story line here. It keeps a very unrealistic angle for both the characters and the times. I don't care which angle you want to take about this story line it just won't fly in the real world. One of the reasons I always liked B&B is that, idealistic though it may be, it always had situations that COULD have happened. This one is just ... no.

Anonymous said...

This is a twist....I would think that morgan is a cross dresser? To be honest I still kind of hope Brad and Kyle get together.... I still remember the starting comics.... well I can hope....they both deserve to be happy

Neil said...

I assume that Morgan is a cross-dressing man or possibly a trans-sexual. But I think it's purpously been left as a mystery for now.

Anonymous said...

Kyle is happy with Breyer and I hope those two stay together.-TK

Dennis said...

Hooray, we finally get to see the Michelangelo room! As referenced in the blueprints to the B&B in the Kyle's B&B book, this room is supposed to be the elite room of the house, decorated with Michelangelo reproductions throughout. I'm glad Greg didn't forget about that and finally showed it to us!

Anonymous said...

I'll be happy when M St Cloud disappears into her retro-fashion closet. Her humor is really low-grade and her personna is a drag.

Griffin said...

Dennis, you're right! I went and checked in my Kyle's b&b book, and indeed, in the blueprints section, it is described as such:

"The large guest room in the southeast corner of the house is considered the "deluxe" guest room, reserved for special occasions. Also known as the "Michelangelo Room", Kyle is in the process of redecorating it in Italian Renaissance style, with sculpture and framed prints by the great master".

Morgan must be quite a special guest to get that room. I don't think any other guests have stayed there so far, unless Mark Masterson, perhaps? Is he still there, btw, or did he leave? If so, he may have been kicked out of his room to make way for Morgan!

Fred Wemyss said...

I think Michelangelo himself has uttered a silent comment. He likes the color strips. Why else would his David, seen in a framed picture hanging on the wall of the first panel, show us so more much of himself in the color comic than in the black and white one?