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The Script For Today's Comic!


Tom and Karla, in the coffee shop, hunched over and a little seedy (but not wearing cowboy hats or anything – just that sort of different Deadwood body language). I picture this as an easy two-panel long.

TOM: Has that limp-d**ked m********ker of a pathetic barrista deigned to deliver our f**king beverages yet?

KARLA: No, he has not. And if he doesn’t get his ass out of the f**king back, I might just have to remove that c******er from the f**king premises.

IZZY (entering from the left): You guys catch the Deadwood premiere last night?

KARLA (enthused): You bet your ass we did.

TANNER (entering from the right, dressed up like Mr. Wu, complete with funny hat and long braids): “SWEJIN!”

Ferrett Says

If you click on this link and vote for us, not only will you be helping us out and raising our traffic, but you'll get to see an advance sketch of Wednesday's strip, "Breakin' In Da Benjamins"!

Here at Home on the Strange, we think up a lot of gags that we can’t use, simply because we plan about two weeks out. During the past month, for example, there were Significant Events in Nerd-dom that we probably would have commented on (and I have a George Lucas strip sandbagged for later), but we were trapped in the middle of the month-long storyline we had.

So when Roni suggested today’s strip to me, I said, “Look. We have the ‘Trailer Trash’ storyline running this week, and we have to have it up because it deals with Superman Returns.” But then she pointed out how the date coincided so perfectly, and… Well, I was sold. Under sin.

The ending to this strip, funnily enough, was suggested by both Roni’s husband and myself independently, proving that people really just want to see Tanner in funny outfits. (Note that Roni and I are married, but not to each other.)

I should also note that Roni and I did a Gotterdammerüng wrap-up, giving you a behind-the-scenes look at how our first month-long storyline came together, and how well we thought we did at it. Think of it as the director’s commentary, if you will, and feel free to provide us with your own thoughts.

Roni Says:

We definitely need more Tanner in funny outfits.

We have a new T-shirt contender! "Seawind the Enchantress" seems rather popular, so if you want a Seawind shirt, come on and speak up!

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