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Cheers - Comic Slip-Up
In the episode where Rebecca is mad because she's not getting any credit for making the rich guy she was having an affair with turn himself into the police(he was doing tax evasion or something like that), there is a part where Woody is at the bar, and he is reading a Gary Larson Far Side comic, and says "I don't the far side.", Norm takes the comic and tells him the joke to it, that in one panel the cows are acting normal, and in the next panel, they're acting like humans. This can't be possible, since Gary Larson's Far Side's have all been done in one panel.
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Sheriff Dan on 11-17-2000
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jaeffe writes:
Not all of them are one panel. There are a few with more than one panel. But most have only one.
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Gate Keeper writes:
I have this Far Side and it is multiple boxes. Its cows standing up and one yells "car!", they all get back on all four legs. When the car passes, they all stand up again.
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v!$!t0r writes:
Yeah, I have a book by Gary Larson (The Far Side Gallery) and a little ways in (i don't know what page or anything, but it's right here in front of me) and it has 6 panels and a cow does just that, so yeah, this slip up is not true.
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Ray writes:
You are wrong. Some Far Side cartoons are divided into more than one panel. The main panel is divided into smaller panels. I remember the specific cartoon they are talking about. It was divided into three panels.
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