19 thoughts on “Chapter 4: Trouble Every Day, page 64”

  1. I’m a little confused about where Scip is going with is, but I guess Eddie’s expression means he doesn’t either?

    1. To me it seems like Scip is Pippi’s godfather in a sense? He took care of Pippi because her mother wasn’t able, so instead of losing pippi like her first child, she knows exactly where she is and who’s taking care of her, guessing Scip and Pippi’s mum are close enough for her to trust him with that responsibility? Not to mention he’s a giant so regardless of his soft personality his stature is enough to keep Pip safe from any harm so to speak?

      1. Well, he just suddenly launched into this explanation of things, it was a little bewildering. To be honest, I’m kind of expecting that the strangeness will be (at least partially) resolved when we find out who Eddie is, since this scene hinges on a lot of what we aren’t in the know of.

        I’m sure I’ll regret speculating like this.

        1. Eddie is unclear on what Scip’s relationship to Pippi is. Scip is explaining why they live together.

          1. I’ve gathered that by this point. It’s just a very strange thing to go all the way back and explain it from the beginning–I guess that’s just Scip though.

  2. I can only think of how furious Pippi is going to be for Scip telling this guy all of this.

    Poor Pippi.

  3. Well THANK GOD we’re finally figuring out what rock Pipi crawled out from. I hope She isn’t infuriated at Scip for telling Eddie this though. I mean, if he IS her boyfriend, Eddie should know why Pipi’s living with a giant black man.

    1. Nonsense. The mystery adds to the allure!

      I’m seconding the THANK GOD, though–it’s been eating at me since I bought the three currently extant volumes and had time to really pore over every page.

  4. O.o damn it, just when I thought I had Eddies identity pegged down, Spike throws this curve ball. -.- *Strokes white cat* Well played Spike…well played.

  5. This is brilliant.

    And poor dude, from his perspective the Giant Scary Boyfriend has turned into Giant Scary Father Figure, which is hardly an improvement.

  6. I love the way Skip is explaining things to this kid–like an adult who has to explain something complex and painful to a child and is visibly uncomfortable doing so.

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