Whatever is happening to Libby, you'll find out in this update.
March 15th, 2010
Jack and B
Bridgid and Jack are in bed, and he's distracted--by something other than her! Gasp! These two just got married. Is the honeymoon over already?
Libby and Barth
Our town solicitor has rejected our little cub. Who will she turn to now?
Richie and Nonnie
And here's our noble solicitor, trying to explain things to yet another of his female conquests! Doesn't this man have an election coming up?
Nonnie and Toni
Miss Scott is worried enough about her relationship with Mr. Roberts to have a talk with the ex-Mrs. Roberts. Does she have reason to be?
Miss Peeg and Mister Jessup
And here's Alex Ross' favorite informant down at the Glen Tattler, spreading the news about the cub and the solicitor to Miss Peeg! Can't anyone in town talk about anything else tonight?
Richie and Frank
Ah, here's an interesting piece... Somewhere in a former life, the solicitor conducted several lengthy interrogations of Mr. Parker. Since Mr. Parker seems to have taken on the unofficial role of father figure to Libby, he's now going to return the favor!
Richie, Miss Peeg and Max Skinner
Mr. Roberts finds out that Libby took a lot of money out of the bank, and he's curious. But why does he feel so responsible?
I think pretty much everyone in town is aware that Mr. Roberts is a former detective. Well, he's put that hat on again! But why is he feeling so worried about Libby when he just finished assuring Mr. Parker that everything's all over between them? Interesting, isn't it?
So, that's our news, and I don't know whether to thank Cal or kick him for turning things over to me! Cal, darling, I think you'd better be the one to speak to the little cub, if and when she returns. I'm way too mad at her. If I try to talk to her, I may end up needing a solicitor and she seems to have the ear--and a few other bodily parts--of the only one in town! I would, however, be happy to conduct an interview with Mr. Roberts. I just love putting local politicians on the spot!
Please join us for our next edition when, hopefully, things will have calmed down and returned to something resembling normal around here. Until then, I'm going to lie down. Tomorrow looks like another long day around here!