The Characters page should now be compatible with Internet Explorer.
Just out of curiosity, where WAS he going with that?
The castaways represent the seven deadly sins. Mr. Howell, with his wealth, represents greed. Mrs. Howell, who never does anything, represents sloth. The Professor, who always has to be right, represents pride. Ginger, with her beauty, represents lust. Mary Ann, who always comes second to Ginger in beauty, represents envy. The Skipper represents both gluttony and wrath, because he’s fat and he’s always hitting Gilligan.
What, then, does Gilligan represent? He prevents all the other castaways from escaping the island hell. Gilligan is the devil.
My mind is all over the wall behind me now. Because it has just been Blown.
You should have worn a helmet.
Hmm, I know it’s best not to think too hard about stick figure art, but the sword just poked him right in the stomach and didn’t come out the other side.. now on one hand, that’s less than an inch of penetration.. but on the other hand, that’s nearly his entire torso.. whatever thinner line makes up his stomach or his spinal cord must have been really damaged..
*goes off to draw a stickfigure anatomy book*
Plus you have to consider the percentage of his total body mass damaged by that stab. It’s probably what it’d be like if you got shot with a small cannonball.
I imagine that he was going to tie the fact that there were 7 people on the island in with the fact that 7 men and 7 women were sent into the maze to be eaten by the Minotaur every year. Or every seven years, depending on who you believe.
I do like Mike’s analysis, though.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
*EMAIL — Get a Gravatar
Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
Notify me of new posts by email.
©2008-2017 Isto Combs | Powered by WordPress with ComicPress
| Subscribe: RSS
| Back to Top ↑