Up High, Not Soaring, Part 3
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The Script For Today's Comic!
Branch is obviously nervous and uncomfortable, and blathering, a look of slight desperation in her face. Anthony watches.
BRANCH: so did you read the latest george martin book? i did and it was long but i was hoping for jon snow and he didnt arrive and then i read that the next book is all about him and i squeed
BRANCH: but this one felt like filler so i wrote george a letter with suggestions as to what to do andÖ
ANTHONY: Branch. Itís okay.
ANTHONY: I know youíre nervous. Itís kind of a date, isnít it? It's
ANTHONY: But I brought you here because I like you. We like the same things. You donít have to keep talking to distract me.
ANTHONY: Iím just happy to be here.
(Then he reaches over and puts his hand on Branchís hand.)
(Then, in the final panel, Branch flips out, perhaps even with the cartoon-cliché droplets of sweat flying from her head, and the words are about 25% larger than they normally are for Branch)
BRANCH (flippiní): SO I SAID TO GEORGE THAT CERSEI SHOULD GET A KITTEN AND THEN SHE WOULD LEARN TO TRULY LOVEÖ.