I don't want to keep going with Hi and Lois, but I must. (If nothing else, close-reading Hi and Lois offers a break from the looniness of the real.)
Today's strip reminds me of the children's game of spotting the differences between pictures. Did the same hand draw both panels?
Note too that the window sill does not follow the slant of the wall — more disturbingly so in the second panel. The Flagstons must be living in a German Expressionist suburb, next door to the Caligaris.
[Hi and Lois, September 2, 2008.]
The curtains shorten.
The window panes widen.
The glazing bars shrink. (Thanks, Wikipedia.)
The painting (a Cy Twombly?) shrinks and moves up and away.
Lois's shirt is on backwards. (Kidding.)
Hi and Escher?
Returning from vacation with Hi and Lois
Sunday at the beach with Hi and Lois
Vacationing with Hi and Lois