The quote is from King Lear, but I guess it could be about Charlie Brown.
Maybe that’s the robot Marigold right there, and she just doesn’t know it.
They might also eat the guests, which is always a bummer.
Is “get a hair” an idiom of some sort? I tried looking it up, but all I got were ads for hair transplants.
You probably don’t have one.
“Lucky.” Ann survived and made it onto the cover of Life magazine, but… she was injured by the meteorite and sued over its ownership (which cost her $500), and within the next 20 years she got divorced and died. Plus, I’m guessing her radio didn’t fare very well, either.
Since Ripley’s didn’t consider the first ladies important enough to name, here you go: Letitia Tyler (1842), Caroline Harrison (1892), and Ellen Wilson (1914).
Well, wood has grains. That’s close enough, right?
Now they can start calling the strip “Potatoes.”
You can listen to all of the planets here: