You know, they’re *exactly* what I pictured.
Here I was picturing the Cleavers and what do we get – an older version of the Cleavers.
I scare me sometimes
Yeah…also same here, I was fully expecting them to be exactly opposite to him in personality.
This…this is WEIRD.
But, kind of in a…good way? Nyaaag.
This isn’t nearly as shocking as finding out Mike was a friendly drunk. That moment tainted me. Nothing about Mike can shock me anymore.
This makes me think his parents are secretly angry drunks.
Who didn’t expected that?
this is actually a commen thing in wich the parents are over the top creepy happy and the child grows up to hate everything because they dont want to be like there parents.
Mikes expression in the second panel is so mesed up, HOW DO HIS EYES DO THAT AND WHY DOES IT REMIND ME OF ADMIRAL AKBAR?
Wait…are mom and dad drinking?
That’s exactly what I wondered…
When I grow up I want to talk just like Mr. Warner.
Why is Amber so surprised when she’s apparently been Facebooking Mrs. Warner for some time now?
It’s the ZOMGCOOKIES, I think is what did it.
We don’t know exactly how much contact Amber had. For all we know it was just pleasantries and “can we come visit.”
I wish my dad was that agreeable.
ovbiously mikes parents were never showed disiplin, and he just wanted to be toldno…..or ive been reading outsiders too many times, and ive lost it… porbably the 2nd one
This is EXACTLY what my parents are like, and I’m a raging asshole, and so is my brother.
If they are oatmeal WITHOUT the raisins, then Mikes mom is AWESOME.
thumbs up for the win. I still wouldn’t eat them, though.
Mike looks like his father.
The moment I saw Mrs. Warner I started Cracking up this is just beautiful!
What happened to like father like son
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