put the kid down, she bit someone, the dog didn’t
The kid isn’t a zombie. If she was then she would be dead.
I want to shoot the messenger….
The dog is as “down” as it gets.
This is all because James wouldn’t date Doc Lichtman.
Oh come ON. “Don’t shoot the messenger?” Kind of hard NOT to when you clearly don’t care at all.
Oh! I just noticed. Jenners, holding zombie Radar, standing next to a picture of little Jenners holding Radar. :<
“Well, no one important, anyway.” Here’s the question; does she consider the dog unimportant because it’s just a dog, or is it because it is a zombie dog and she thinks zombies are unimportant? Maybe she doesn’t seem upset about it because she hates zombies, probably loathing the fact that she is one? Maybe she’s just another person dealing with some heavy, complex issues and not a soulless bureaucrat looking to cap some kid’s dog?
I think she’s trying to lighten the mood by dismissing the people who actually complained about the dog, and trying to (poorly) leave them under the impression that the demand to put the dog down isn’t supposed to be personal.
Whether or not she cares about the dog is another story entirely
Honestly, they should have seen this coming. By Jenners bringing Radar to school, that was bound to be the only result. I’m surprised they didn’t put the dog down on the spot. She should have learned how lucky she was back when she was allowed to keep Radar after he was zombified.
I get it, Jenners is at an age where acting out is the norm. But now she has allowed her issues with growing up and dealing with the changes in her friends (and herself) to put people at risk. Their family has the right to put themselves at risk to becoming zombies through an accidental bite, but it was entirely irresponsible for her to push that risk onto others for selfish reasons. Though we all know Radar is the sweetest dog, if something had happened she would have completely changed a person’s life for the worse. It is a brutal lesson that puts an innocent dog in the line of fire, but it is time for Jenners to grow up.
Said with a smile.
Noooo! Not radar! I don’t think she really wants to but you know, Jo choice in the matter. I’m really wondering how this is gonna change James opinion on her
You know a little milk of human kindness wouldn’t kill ya zombie lady. This is a cherished family pet we’re talking about here! Not an inappropriate lawn ornament or a recalled toaster oven.
Geeze, a little milk of human kindness Zombie city council lady? This is a cherished family pet we’re talking about, not an inappropriate lawn ornament
Radar’s already dead, babe. Not much you can legally do to the little guy that the humane society wouldn’t ultimately want to know about and those kooks nose into some bizarre stuff. Also, that last page with James having that goofy look on his face when he saw Mica. I wonder how she gets her zombie frenzy on, if she goes into frenzy mode at all. Is she some sort of black widow who hooks up with necrophiliacs and feasts upon their innards in bed like a vampire? That would be pretty dark.
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