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Strip For 121279
ID: 3739
Publication Date: 1979-12-12
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: I've Got The One-More-Washload Blues (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: Something Old, Something New (Signed Copies)
Description: John moans to Ted McCauley that she's finally leaving him. He thought he treated her right and gave her everything. Ted is sympathetic until he realizes John isn't talking about Elly. Hygienist Marie.
Caption: Where am I going to find another hygienist like Marie?
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Strip For 123179
ID: 20
Publication Date: 1979-12-31
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: I've Got The One-More-Washload Blues (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: Something Old, Something New (Signed Copies)
Description: Kissing on New Year's Eve, John, Elly, Ted McCauley
Caption: You're Married!
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Strip For 062080
ID: 3843
Publication Date: 1980-06-20
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: I've Got The One-More-Washload Blues (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: Something Old, Something New (Signed Copies)
Description: John talks to Jean about going out on the town with Ted McCauley. While the cat's away the mice will play. A lot of mice turn into rats.
Caption: But - When the cat's away, a lot of mice turn into rats.
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Strip For 062180
ID: 3844
Publication Date: 1980-06-21
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: I've Got The One-More-Washload Blues (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: Something Old, Something New (Signed Copies)
Description: While out for a drink at a bar, Ted McCauley encourages John to dance with some girls and see how the single man lives. John knows how the single man lives which is why he got married.
Caption: I know how the single man lives, Ted... Why do you think I got married?
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Strip For 082080
ID: 3875
Publication Date: 1980-08-20
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: I've Got The One-More-Washload Blues (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: Something Old, Something New (Signed Copies)
Description: While Ted McCauley is over for dinner John laments the hassles he has with staff. Altogether he has nine girls working for him. Elly counts on her hands and realizes that he has included her as an employee. She calls him a fink.
Caption: You fink!!! You counted ME!
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Strip For 090280
ID: 3884
Publication Date: 1980-09-02
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: I've Got The One-More-Washload Blues (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: Something Old, Something New (Signed Copies)
Description: While having a beer together, Ted McCauley talls John that he's henpecked. He doesn't think that a man's wife should tell him how to dress. John should tell her to take a flying leap. John thinks it's easier to change his clothes.
Caption: Then again... I could change.
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Strip For 090380
ID: 3885
Publication Date: 1980-09-03
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: I've Got The One-More-Washload Blues (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: Something Old, Something New (Signed Copies)
Description: John tells Elly that Ted McCauley thinks John is henpecked and that John should wear what he likes. Elly thinks Ted is a bachelor and an idiot. He knows a henpeck when he sees one, the man lives with his mother.
Caption: He lives with his mother.
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Strip For 102180
ID: 3912
Publication Date: 1980-10-21
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: I've Got The One-More-Washload Blues (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: Something Old, Something New (Signed Copies)
Description: While Elly is working at the Dental Clinic Ted McCauley comes in. He comments on the cute new girl and makes sexual jokes. McCauley thinks John should let Elly out of the kitchen more often. Elly thinks some compliments are really insulting.
Caption: Some compliments are so insulting.
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Strip For 060681
ID: 4015
Publication Date: 1981-06-06
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Ted McCauley sees John carrying a bouquet of flowers for the wee wifey. Asks John if he tied one on or came home late. John says he just wanted to do something nice for Elly. No fun.
Caption: You happily married types are no fun!
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Strip For 060881
ID: 4016
Publication Date: 1981-06-08
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Elly is cooking supper and John calls. Elly says John can bring Ted McCauley home for supper. It's not pot luck so much as eat at your own risk.
Caption: - Actually it's more like "eat at your own risk".
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Strip For 060981
ID: 4017
Publication Date: 1981-06-09
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Ted McCauley eats supper at Elly and John's house. Ted says John has a fine little cook, a man needs pampering once in a while and there's nothing like a woman to give it to him. Elly is enraged at his sexist behaviour.
Caption: I think I'm about to give it to him.
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Strip For 061081
ID: 4018
Publication Date: 1981-06-10
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Elly tells Ted McCauley off for his sexist attitudes and states that women are not put on the Earth to serve men - they are equals. She storms off. Ted looks at John not realizing Elly is "one of those" - a feminist.
Caption: You didn't tell me she was "one of those".
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Strip For 061181
ID: 4019
Publication Date: 1981-06-11
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Ted McCauley and John are at the pub. Ted thinks women are defensive these days. Chauvinists if they offer a woman a seat on the bus, help her with her coat or open a door, and boorish if they don't offer to help.
Caption: Yeah...and boors if we don't.
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Strip For 061281
ID: 5999
Publication Date: 1981-06-12
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Know which book? Let us know!
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Elly tells John that he and Ted McCauley are way off base with regard to feminists. Women are fighting for equal pay, equal opportunity, and freedom from sexual harassment. John wonders why Elly cares if she works from home. She's in the cheering section
Caption: I'm in the cheering section.
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Strip For 070481
ID: 4030
Publication Date: 1981-07-04
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: John and Ted McCauley are eating lunch when Ted suggests he look after John's house while the Pattersons are at his cabin. John asks if Ted's mother will mind him leaving for a week. Ted says his mother wants him to move out... he's cramping her style.
Caption: She says I'm cramping her style.
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Strip For 070681
ID: 4031
Publication Date: 1981-07-06
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Elly is on the phone, telling Anne not to worry about Elly's plants as Ted McCauley will be housesitting. Elly says he still lives with his mother because he hasn't found the right girl yet. She thinks Ted is looking in the wrong century. Elizabeth.
Caption: To begin with - he's been looking in the wrong century.
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Strip For 080181
ID: 159
Publication Date: 1981-08-01
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Ted McCauley asks John and Elly how they enjoyed their trip to Ted's cabin. He asks if they used the fireplace, sun porch and sauna. Elly realizes they were at the wrong cabin and screams at John.
Caption: You idiot!!! - We were at the WRONG CABIN!
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Strip For 080881
ID: 4042
Publication Date: 1981-08-08
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: While the Pattersons were away Connie met Ted McCauley who was house-sitting for them. Connie gushes about how warm, sweet and cute Ted is and wonders why Elly had never introduced them. Elly knew they would hate each other.
Caption: I knew you'd hate each other!
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Strip For 081281
ID: 4044
Publication Date: 1981-08-12
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Over beer, Ted McCauley tells John about meeting Connie. John tells him she is liberated. Connie gave Ted a lecture on chauvinism, servitude, being taken for granted. He's willing to change. He thanked her twice for doing his laundry!
Caption: - I thanked her TWICE for doing my laundry!
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Strip For 081381
ID: 4045
Publication Date: 1981-08-13
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Elly is appalled to discover that Connie looked after their house while the Pattersons were away, not Ted McCauley. Connie's lectures about how men should look after themselves are forgotten. Some are just helpless. Elizabeth, Infatuation.
Caption: But Elly...some of them are so helpless!
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Strip For 081481
ID: 4046
Publication Date: 1981-08-14
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Elly is on the phone gossiping with about Connie and Ted McCauley when she hears a disgusting belching noise. Catches Michael on the phone and yells at him to hang up. She thinks people should never have kids. Borrow the lawn mower. Love at first sight.
Caption: Never have kids.
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Strip For 082881
ID: 4055
Publication Date: 1981-08-28
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Michael is asking Lawrence about Ted McCauley. Is Ted going steady with Connie? Will they get married. Would Ted make a good dad? Lawrence replies to every question with "I dunno." Michael asks him why he's doing that. It's easiest.
Caption: How come you keep saying I dunno?! ...It's easiest.
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Strip For 090881
ID: 4062
Publication Date: 1981-09-08
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: After supper Connie offers to help Elly clean. Times haven't changed. John and Ted McCauley, the men, retire to the livingroom to talk about work. And the women go into the kitchen to talk about the men.
Caption: and the women go into the kitchen - and talk about us.
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Strip For 090981
ID: 4063
Publication Date: 1981-09-09
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: While doing dishes Elly asks Connie about her long list of things she wanted in a man. She is amazed that Ted McCauley can really match up to the requirements. Connie has changed the list.
Caption: I changed the list.
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Strip For 091081
ID: 4064
Publication Date: 1981-09-10
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: John and Ted McCauley talk about Ted's relationship with Connie. Home cooking, fun with the kid, loving lady. John tells him that Connie is a very special friend. He's surprised when Ted asks if he is asking if his intentions are honourable.
Caption: What's this? Are you asking if my intentions are honorable?
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Strip For 091181
ID: 4065
Publication Date: 1981-09-11
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Connie and Ted McCauley are leaving Elly and John's house after supper. They've had a great evening. John says to take care. Elly tells them to keep in touch and if they ever need anything they are here for them. Connie thanks Elly calling her Mom.
Caption: Thanks, Mom
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Strip For 091281
ID: 4066
Publication Date: 1981-09-12
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Elly and John lie in bed talking about Connie and Ted McCauley's relationship. Connie's in a fog. Ted genuinely cares for her. Rough times when the infatuation wears off. Amazingly objective about other's relationships though naive about your own
Caption: - and so naive about our own!
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Strip For 123081
ID: 4116
Publication Date: 1981-12-30
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: Is This "One of Those Days", Daddy? (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Ted McCauley and John have a beer and discuss New Year's resolutions. John doesn't have to make any up... his wife does it for him.
Caption: My wife makes them for me.
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Strip For 032982
ID: 4154
Publication Date: 1982-03-29
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: It Must Be Nice to Be Little (Signed Copies)
Other Books: N/A
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Over a beer, John talks to Ted McCauley about leaving Connie. She took it pretty hard. Ted is not the family type, it's not his fault that she imagined that he was likely to marry her. John is stunned.
Caption: - Is it my fault she has an imagination?
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Strip For 050882
ID: 4167
Publication Date: 1982-05-08
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: It Must Be Nice to Be Little (Signed Copies)
Other Books: The Lives Behind the Lines (Signed Copies)
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: Phil and Connie are on a date. He tells her that he knows about the breakup with Ted McCauley. Connie tells him she isn't going to chase him or anything. Phil is the one likely to do the chasing.
Caption: Good - because I thought I might do a little chasing myself.
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Strip For 051382
ID: 4170
Publication Date: 1982-05-13
First Published On (if retro):
Collection Book: It Must Be Nice to Be Little (Signed Copies)
Other Books: Suddenly Silver (Signed Copies)
 Treasuries: In The Beginning, There Was Chaos (Signed Copies)
Description: John meets Ted McCauley at the building's cafeteria. Ted tells John that the thing between him an Connie is in the past and wonders if John is still sore at him. John tells him that Connie is getting serious with someone else. Ted is shocked.
Caption: Nope - in fact - she's about to get seriously involved with someone else. WHAT?
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