I wasn't kidding when I said that the previous strip was in canon.
"A grave disturbance in the narrative"? After reading 200 episodes of this strip, I've found there's always a bigger dish . . . er disturbance in the narrative. Good to know Clarence's "Spideyesque" sense is still functioning.
His twin? Wha?
@Redstorm - Clarice is his twin sister - y'know, Clarence/Clarice.
Does anyone still do that when naming fraternal twin brother/sister pairs? I didn't.
@Dennis - Fair point that there's often "summon bigger disturbance" as a recurring theme. Let's see if I can top that, though...
Addendum to my earlier post: Those disturbances in the narrative are what make this strip hilarious, just for the record.
@Dennis - That's good to know! Seemingly random disturbances are an acquired comic taste... so long as they're "seemingly" but go somewhere, I'm happy. This is why I dislike "Family Guy" so, I suppose.
Oh, right. (on the names)