Today’s Jesus and Mo strip, “Gaslight”, is implied by the artist to be the same one published last week. “You have seen this one already, as I’m sure you’ll remember.” But I can’t be arsed to look. I suspect it’s new, with the audience comment added at the end for obvious reasons;
Jesus ‘n’ Mo ‘n’ gaslighting (again)
January 26, 2022 • 9:15 am
13 thoughts on “Jesus ‘n’ Mo ‘n’ gaslighting (again)”
I can, and I can confirm this is not the same as last week’s. It looks like he’s trying to gaslight you.
FTR, the web page for this week’s cartoon contains the apology “Sorry for posting the same strip two weeks in a row.”
No, look, it‘s the same as last week.
No. It is the same as last week’s strip.
I will not be lit by gas
Last week’s strip: https://www.jesusandmo.net/comic/avoid/
They would change their history, wouldn’t they? It’s Jesus and Mo for God’s sake! And you fell for it? Typical! You disappoint me, Jeremy.
That is very meta (or something). But it must be the audience member who is doing the gaslighting.
If I were The Artist, or his (?) HTML-wrangler, I’d look for ways to randomly select one of the several “gaslighting” themed strips to present when requested. So that several people can e right, and can then proceed to tear themselves apart over their different data sets.
Maybe Jeremy’s the one doing the gaslighting here.
I’m completely confused by this thread, but believe everything you and others have said. I just turned the light down by a notch to get better screen contrast.
I like the ambiguity of the final panel. Is the audience trying to gaslight Jesus and Mo, or is it the other way around?
Whichever, presumably the same as last week.
I’m not falling for that again.