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Dec 2, 2010
That is a funny strip and a great sequence. from the first panel with the phb dismissing Johannsen and Johannsen's dirty look at the phb, to the obvious whisper and the "Oh Sh1t" expression on the PHB's face, to the gleam of evil triumph from wally.

very very nice. 5 out of 5.

This could now play out in so many ways, I look forward to seeing what furballs Scott can cough up on this one.
Dec 2, 2010
A good example of where the visual is even better than the wit involved.
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Dec 2, 2010
I love the expressions on Wally's face in panels 2 and 3, every now and then Scott gives us some great looks like this, I wish he would do it more often
Dec 2, 2010
I think it is because now he can threaten to quit at any time if he doesn't get what he wants (payraise, bigger cubicle, bigger coffee mug, private bathroom, etc), and the management will scramble to make sure that he stays in the company. As long as he keeps his mouth shut about the critical knowledge he can ride that gravy train forever.

Then again, knowing Wally like we do, there is the good chance that Johannsen didn't really tell him anything, or told him that there is no critical knowledge (what I like to call a "Kung-Fu Panda situation"). In either case he can now do whatever he wants whenever he wants.

The next few days should be quite interesting.
Dec 2, 2010
When I first saw this strip, I didn't see Wally as angry. What I see is Wally with a maniacal grin on his face because now as the sole holder of the "critical knowledge," he must be lavished upon, and can never be fired.
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