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I am reminded of the comedy sketch about Al-jazeera (or a parody thereof) which had “Death to America” as a verbal tic, so it was being used for “hello”, “goodnight”, and teenagers excited to be on TV who in our culture would be saying, “hi, Mom!”
This was before the rise of K-pop.
Shave the skunk?
Art was going to try to turn Kyptonite against 99; perhaps the two got together, shared notes and decided Dekko was the weak link.
Darn those verbal tics.
I’m going to guess that last word balloon is, “Ah, shuddup!” in Portugese.
“I’d rather be an old maid.”
Sue looks nervous to see Dick Tracy, but as soon as she finds out the warrant is only for Art, she’s calm again.
Gort was careful only to melt weapons and equipment, not people.
There was a time when “thinly veiled real estate tycoon” was used in its proper place as a villain, instead of as president of the United States.