Hmm. What was that little chuckle for, Mitch?
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So! Spooky’s getting to do something in bed he’s never tried before — stretching out! He’s gone from “dying of hypothermia” to “a day at the beach,” and all it took was holding Mitch’s hand! (Must be why the YouTube otters do that. Those Northern California waters are cold!)
Is Mitch really “totally cool” with holding hands with a Spooky who’s just in his underwear? Will this thermal protection be enough to finally let Spooky get a good night’s sleep? And what is Mitch chuckling over?
Tune in this Saturday to find out! Hope to see you there! 😀
Well, I suspect he might be a little happy that the blanket is covering his waist.
I’m not sure. It’s possible that they could accidentally let go in the night, I think more skin should be in contact for insurance
He never expected to be Spooky’s first?
The little chuckle could just be amusement from seeing a young Spook’s grin. Could be.
I don’t often comment around the community, but I have to say: Mitch’s facial expressions are so well drawn. He is flippin’ adorable with that turned up nose! Both panels are so incredible!
Jeez Louise, I love this series!
So glad that Spooky’s happy. Our boys might get a good night’s sleep after all.
Yes. All good.
We’ll just leave the awkward questions about the chalice pendent for another night, shall we? Good night, Spooky. Pleasant dreams.
Is that necklace Spooky’s wearing some kind of chalice? Hmm. :o
anyway i love mah cute toasty boyyyy a lot >w<
Great to see you here, Claire! And yes, Adam and Vero are totally making these guys adorable in this scene – which is exactly what is needed here.
Thank you. That makes me really happy to hear.
I’m sure we can just ignore it.
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