Issue of Crazy from July 1978. Again with a cover byBob Larkin The inside front cover a poster that was pretty much the same as the cover. Different positions, but same artist and the joke is the same with the “Nebbish” mascot moving in and the caption “Four's a crowd”
Parody of Three's Company illustrated by Kent Gamble. The writer is “Rico Tallar”, most likely a pen name, since it's a variation of frequent Crazy contributor Tony Tallarico. The story ends with Richard Nixon becoming the new roommate. Nixon was one of the many “when in doubt” punchlines.
Inspired by the then-popular Randy Newman song
Sam Viviano often puts himself in his strips. The contestant on Concentration Camp may be him.
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