I don’t think he knows how YouTube works, you guys

Today’s strip

So Les is overnighting at Columbus because of course he is. And I bet the museum is footing his hotel bill, although it doesn’t quite look like what Les is accustomed to when it comes to his Lisa travels. No wonder he’s miserable all the damn time.

And there’s Cayla, who spent her Les-free time constantly searching and watching YouTube updates so she could catch yesterday’s lady putting up that video of Les, because of course that woman looked exactly like someone with an active YouTube channel, and Cayla has nothing else to do. Watch as it goes viral, because of course it will, getting more views than any YouTube segment of any network and cable channel in America.

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14 responses to “I don’t think he knows how YouTube works, you guys

  1. Epicus Doomus

    Even Les’ biggest fans can’t wait to humiliate him. Given how he’s constantly bitching and griping one wonders why he writes his stupid Lisa books at all. He clearly hates every single part of the process AND it continually holds his current relationship back, apparently there’s no upside to it whatsoever. Yet he keeps doing it. It all reminds me of something….

  2. billytheskink

    $10 says those are actually Kablichnick’s suspenders. So does Cayla search her husband’s name on Youtube daily or something? I guess that’s not so shocking, I imagine the Westview HS receptionist has plenty of free time in front of a computer.

  3. Spacemanspiff85

    “Why wouldn’t you be? Because you’re having to actually do something resembling work, you moron. Have you started hallucinating that cat again?”

  4. ian'sdrunkenbeard

    Less’ speech balloon in the 3rd frame: “Kids these days! Bye! (click) Come on Louise! Get down on me!”

  5. What an ingrate. We’re the only people left paying attention to his drivel these days and this is how he thanks us?

  6. The woman would have posted to Facebook Live or Instagram, not YouTube, if she wanted her friends to see it.

    • Don

      > The woman would have posted to Facebook Live or Instagram, not YouTube, if she wanted her friends to see it.

      Maybe she thought the only way to get it onto Facebook is through a YouTube link, or perhaps there is some way to copy a Facebook-posted video and repost it on YouTube.

      How soon before this is referenced by one of Les’s students?

  7. Rusty

    Cayla (Kayla?) has a Google alert set up for Les, looking for any connections to child porn rings.

    Actually, that’s not fair. Les has never shown the slightest interest in another human being.

  8. Double Sided Scooby Snack

    I got an ice cream headache trying to connect the dots while figuring out just how Crayola could have been alerted to the posting of such a video, only a couple hours after it was posted. OW! OW! OW!

    I’ve got nothing. That is, unless the Young Lad who took the video was a Facebook friend, or friend of a friend, of Crayola’s, and it was brought to her attention that way.

    Maybe in Batty’s pointy little bald 70 year old head, YouTube sends someone to your home who knocks on your door (unannounced, needless to say) to tell you that someone you know was shown on the YouTube.

  9. bigd1992

    This strip would be much more interesting if TomBat found new and improved ways to humiliate Les, the most punchable man in comics.

    • Professor Fate

      The problem with this is that TobBat wants us to sympathize with Les and his struggles not point and laugh at them.

  10. I would love to know the title of that YouTube post. “Smug Dickhead ‘Writer’ Incapable of Proper Spelling.”

  11. spacemanspiff85

    So the video, shot with a cell phone from several feet away, was somehow zoomed in enough that Les’s handwriting was legible?