An excellent start to what will no doubt be an awesome storyline. This first one had me laughing, clapping, and cheering. It's definitely among my favorites. Right up there with "Me encanta lechuga" and the one that describes cauliflower as a cross between coral and a llama's brain.
S'pose it would be churlish of me to suggest that in fact the chap whose job routinely involves identifying flying mammals in people's attics would in fact have the opportunity to slip in variations on the "bats in your belfry" theme pretty frequently....
Luckily however I am not a churl, so I will not make that suggestion.
I'd forgotten what a great word that is. Churl. Churl. Churlywurlywuurl. Chuuurl. Yep, great word.
@JoshCaleb12: No, I admire Gramps for that. Not that Sheldon couldn't talk him 'round to letting Sheldon pay for it, but I truly admire that Gramps refuses to use Sheldon's money.
I love Flaco-centered storylines, and I'm looking forward to see how this one plays out. On a side note I'd totally read Curious George Goes to NATO. Any chance we could see a one-off strip based around it?
In today's comic (2/26/2013), shouldn't Flaco be saying "thqueeee!"?
After all, his tongue is sticking out and wrapped around the bat, I'd think that would give even him a lisp. ;)
Great storyline so far, can't wait to see where it goes!