So Colin finally puts something on, primarily because his shirtless nature was starting to make me feel uncomfortable.

After expressing a desire for Puck’s nightie as seen in previous strips, my wife now informs me that the garment is too short to be practical. “If it’s that short,” she says, “it’ll ride up in bed and you’ll be wearing it as a scarf by morning.” Obviously Puck was not thinking of this when shopping for sleepy-time clothes.

The hammer (first seen in strip fourteen) returns and now has a name. For some reason, I found the concept of a hammer named Mr. Smacky funny.

Oh, and those with good eyes will note that the lava lamp makes a reappearance as well. (The lava lamp’s name, as revealed in strip six, is Mr. Bubbles. Pattern? What pattern?)