Panel 1: Skinner Sweet, in the 1970s, in front of a large office building. It's a large shot so we can see just how big it is.
Caption: IN ALL MY TRAVELS ACROSS THE US, I'VE MET A LOT OF RASCALS, RUSTLERS, CUTTHROATS, MURDERERS, BOUNTY HUNTERS, DESPERADOES, MUGS, PUGS, THUGS, NITWITS, HALFWITS, DIMWITS, VIPERS, SNIPERS, CON MEN, INDIAN AGENTS, MEXICAN BANDITS, MUGGERS, BUGGERERS, BUSHWHACKERS, HORNSWOGGLERS, HORSE THIEVES, BULL DYKES, TRAIN ROBBERS, BANK ROBBERS, ASS KICKERS, SHIT KICKERS, AND METHODISTS.
Panel 2: Skinner walks into the building.
Caption: BUT THERE'S ONE GROUP OF ASSHOLES I NEVER DARED CROSS... UNTIL NOW.
Panel 3: Skinner walks into a legal office, on the wall there's a plaque for Marshall, Crain, Torres, and Koenig- Attorneys at Law.
Skinner: ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN FIND A WILLIAM CRAIN, ESQUIRE?
Lawyer jokes - always good for a reliable laugh!ReplyDelete
Heh. Good set-up for the punchline. Also, 1970s Skinner would be something to see.ReplyDelete