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It's all about the birds and the beagles when Buddy tries playing Cupid on Marcie's date, but she is less than amused at his antics. And is Brandy being bitten by the love bug, too, or is it just a nasty case of fleas?
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Issue #: 58

Release Date: Feb 12, 2010
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Cold Open (2 pp).

Dr. Zigmund Fraud hosts a radio call-in show on KSSA.

Notes
The KSSA staffer seen behind the window is a caricature of Gary "Baba Booey" Dell'Abate, a producer for Howard Stern's radio show.

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Title: "Drive-In Me Crazy"

Story (out of 24 pages): 10 p.

Writer: Mencken H. Watts

Penciller: M.S. "Nat" Cohen

Letterer: J. Antwon Shea

Colorist: Newton E. Haas

Summary:

Marcie and her boyfriend Scragg head to the local drive-in to catch the latest teen-scream horror flick. However, their making out is rudely interrupted when Marcie finds out Buddy and Brandy have hitched a ride in the back seat and unwittingly came along on their date.

All through the movie Scragg and Marcie try repeatedly to share a romantic moment, but Buddy makes such a nuisance of himself by always getting in the way at inopportune times. An increasingly frustrated Marcie is on the verge of dumping him off at the pound. Can Brandy get Buddy to behave himself before he ruins the humans' date? Will the lovebirds ever get to share that smooch?

Notes
The villain in the movie is an obvious parody of Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th. The camp setting, the music, and even the plot cliches and exposition are spot-on.


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Title: "Romeo And Juliet"

Story (out of 24 pages): 10 p.

Writer: William Shakespeare

Director: M.S. "Nat" Cohen

Producer: Noah Jewett

Propmaster: Nate Meshon

Summary:

Jon and Angela reenact the famous balcony scene, with a steady running commentary on the action provided by Gort.

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There are two pages of filler in this issue:

"Do's & Don'ts/Dr. Belch's Gag Bag/I'm Forever Belching Bubbles". Tips on dressing appropriately; vocabulary test; Ben learns that not all free samples that come in the mail are food.

  • The "Blue Oyster Bar" sign in the second panel of the "Do's and Don'ts" gag is a reference to a running gag that appeared in half the Police Academy films.
  • Michael Jackson appears as a patron. That's because this cartoon was scripted and produced some time before his death in Jun 2009.
    "Dr. Belch's Gag Bag/Mime Games: Imaginary Cross Country Skiing". Bounty hunter, billy club; The jigaboo street mime dazzles us with some cool moves on the imaginary slopes.

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