If you’ve ever been on the… y’know internet you’ve probably come across the subject matter of today’s strip in a piece of junk e-mail or on a humor site.

This being a week with very little for me to make fun of, I decided to capitolize on the awesome logic of these cinematic observations and translate them into toon form. They’ve been around so long, it’s almost like they’re part of the public domain. But hats off to whomever came up with them first.

I’d kind of like to make this a regular feature, but that depends on how well it’s received by you. If you concerned I’m abandoning original material, don’t worry. I have a fresh joke on deck in time to roast Dumb and Dumberer on Friday.

With that in the open, it leaves me with little else to talk about. Well, scractch that. Hollywood Homicide is coming out this week. Cami really wants to see it, and I do to (mostly for the Han Solo factor), but I’ve heard bad things about the flick. I guess initally, it was written as a comedy – and we know comedy is not one of Harrison Ford’s strong suits.

But I guess after some horrible test screenings, they changed the tone of the movie to more of a gritty L.A. cop drama. Ebert & Ropert liked it, whatever that is worth. So I guess my curiosity will win out this weekend and we’ll go see it.

I want to give a quick shout out to Brian Carroll over at Instant Classic who (as of this posting) has rocketed to #12 on the TWC. He’s totally deserving and I wouldn’t be surprised if he replaces us at #11 before the month is up. He has a damn fine comic. If you haven’t checked it out already, please do so… now!

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Theater Hopper Presents:

Things You Learn From Watching Movies

Volume One of an Educational Series

At least one of a pair of identical twins is born evil.

Television new bulletins usually contain a story that affects you personally at the precise moment you turn the television on.

A massive beer shortage has forced the closing of several Hooters restaurants.


It's not necessary to say hello or goodbye when beginning or ending phone conversation.

Meteor heading for Earth? I'm on it.