Laura is too amused by her own cleverness to pay attention to her parenting responsibilities. But it works out in the end anyway: Laura's absent-minded detachment from her kids is punishment enough for Clayton.
So it looks like Broom Hilda has finally been caught and is being tried for witchcraft. Judging by the trigger happy (or should I say match-strike happy?) attitude of the jury, I'd say Broom Hilda isn't long for this world.
The mom here isn't overreacting to her son's "Kids Say the Darndest Things" moment, rather, she is slow-jamming her favorite song that just popped into her head. Yeah, overmedicating yourself can have disturbing consequences.
Close to Home
Somebody out there please make this a real thing. It would be HILARIOUS.
Ug. This gag has been done before. Come on Eek!
Speaking of retread ideas...
The Flying McCoys
A near identical gag on the same day! I swear, cartoonists all must subscribe to same newsletter. The back page must be "10 Comic Strip Ideas In Case You Are Lame and Uncreative and Totally Can't Think of Anything Right Now."
Alright, that's all for now. See you next week!