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Strip For 031886
ID: 4583
Publication Date: 1986-03-18
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Keep the Home Fries Burning (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: We're still working on this!
Description: Ted McCauley and Irene have returned from their honeymoon. John is surprised, after 12 years of working together. He asks Irene how it feels to be married to the boss. Elly puts her foot in her mouth and says it's better than being "the other woman."
Caption: I guess it beats being "the other woman"!
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Strip For 031986
ID: 4584
Publication Date: 1986-03-19
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Keep the Home Fries Burning (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: We're still working on this!
Description: John is angry at Elly for her embarrassing comment to Irene. Elly defends herself. If Ted was in love with Irene, why did he propose to Connie? If she had married him, Ted and Irene would likely have had an affair. John tells her to mind her own affairs.
Caption: If she'd married him, they'd probably have ended up having an affair behind her back! It's still no affair of yours!!
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Strip For 032286
ID: 4587
Publication Date: 1986-03-22
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Keep the Home Fries Burning (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: We're still working on this!
Description: Dental Clinic. Elly goes to the doctor's office to apologize to Ted McCauley and Irene. She is overcome with guilt over the wisecrack she made the previous day. Bordering on the melodramatic, she is shocked when nobody knows what she's talking about.
Caption: I've died a thousand deaths! I've lain awake at night! I've wished a million times I'd never said it! What wisecrack?
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Strip For 010488
ID: 4912
Publication Date: 1988-01-04
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Pushing 40 (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: We're still working on this!
Description: Bad mood, offer of ride in new car, relationships, Irene left Ted McCauley, John
Caption: My Wife Left Me
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Strip For 010588
ID: 4913
Publication Date: 1988-01-05
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Pushing 40 (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: We're still working on this!
Description: Relationships, Irene left Ted McCauley, seeing other women hard to forgive, John
Caption: But, John! None Of Them Meant Anything!!
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Strip For 010688
ID: 4914
Publication Date: 1988-01-06
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Pushing 40 (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: We're still working on this!
Description: Irene leaves Ted McCauley, dental clinic, note, John
Caption: She's Got Class
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Strip For 010888
ID: 4916
Publication Date: 1988-01-08
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Pushing 40 (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: We're still working on this!
Description: Talking over coffee, discussing Ted McCauley and Irene's break-up, the other woman, Elly, Connie
Caption: Because When I Was Engaged To Ted ... Irene Was The Other Woman!
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Strip For 031715
ID: 13151
Publication Date: 2015-03-17
First Published On (if retro): 1986-03-18
Collection Book: Keep the Home Fries Burning (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: We're still working on this!
Description: Ted McCauley and Irene have returned from their honeymoon. John is surprised, after 12 years of working together. He asks Irene how it feels to be married to the boss. Elly puts her foot in her mouth and says it's better than being "the other woman."
Caption: I guess it beats being "the other woman"!
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Lynn's Notes: Like other twists in the story line, this revelation came as a surprise to me. I had no idea that Ted had been interested in his receptionist/secretary! The neat thing about Irene was that she took Ted away from Connie. Connie could move on. Irene had a "throw-away" part; her character didnít need to be rounded out. I invented a character I could play with for a while and then ignore ó the kind of role in which an actor would hate to be cast!

Strip For 031815
ID: 13152
Publication Date: 2015-03-18
First Published On (if retro): 1986-03-19
Collection Book: Keep the Home Fries Burning (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: We're still working on this!
Description: John is angry at Elly for her embarrassing comment to Irene. Elly defends herself. If Ted was in love with Irene, why did he propose to Connie? If she had married him, Ted and Irene would likely have had an affair. John tells her to mind her own affairs.
Caption: If she'd married him, they'd probably have ended up having an affair behind her back! It's still no affair of yours!!
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Strip For 032115
ID: 13155
Publication Date: 2015-03-21
First Published On (if retro): 1986-03-22
Collection Book: Keep the Home Fries Burning (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: We're still working on this!
Description: Dental Clinic. Elly goes to the doctor's office to apologize to Ted McCauley and Irene. She is overcome with guilt over the wisecrack she made the previous day. Bordering on the melodramatic, she is shocked when nobody knows what she's talking about.
Caption: I've died a thousand deaths! I've lain awake at night! I've wished a million times I'd never said it! What wisecrack?
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Lynn's Notes: Here, Iíve created an "Everest of woe". I canít see past an infraction until Iíve confronted the offended party and apologized.


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