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So here we have Part 2! This strip was longer than the ones I draw now, and I couldn’t have all the build-up I wanted if I cut it into 4 panels. So that was why I decided to cut it into 2 parts for these strips! I particularly like Chapel’s expressions here, especially in the 3rd panel. And Chibi Chapel at the end wrapping up her story gets me every time! That was a detail I didn’t have in the original strip, so I’m glad I could add it.

For Season Two, I wanted to create a game room where Chapel and Fred play their games and Chapel engages in her flights of fancy. I decided on an old-fashioned room with wood paneling and I imagine it’s full of games like the darts on the wall.

The title of this strip is in reference to the song The Gambler by Kenny Rogers. I Googled it and found cool references to The Muppets, David Tennant in Blackpool, and Alvin and the Chipmunks, but none of those are as cool as my mom telling me that during my dad’s years at Apple, when he had a beard, some people would ask him, “hey, are you Kenny Rogers?”
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I notice the "Keep Calm and Scrabble On" poster. Emma, how are you so impossibly awesome?
Clockwork Wombat 1/20/13
Also, I have a song about gambling that I know and love, called "Shape of My Heart" by Sting.
Clockwork Wombat 1/20/13
Thank you so much! I wanted to put in that homage...
 Emma  3/8/13
 
My mom loves the song The Gambler. I know it pretty well
Silver 12/15/12
Oh, I like it too...
 Emma  3/8/13
 
... where I live a full house (which needs 5 cards, after all) beats four aces.
Atlessa 9/15/12
Hmm, really? Every guidebook I've ever read, four aces beats a full house easily...
 Emma  10/8/12
 
I wouldn't want Fred to babysit me either......
Miss L.S.P 12/13/11
All he'd do would be beat you at poker!
 Emma  10/8/12
 
Lovin' this. I think it was Girl Genius that lead me here, though I am a Modest Medusa fan as well as some of the others here. Keep up the good work.
maldar 12/8/11
Oh wow! Thank you!
 Emma  10/8/12
 
I learned the word Chibi from the front woman of "The Birthday Massacre" Fun times. :) Last time I got a full house in poker I got hosed as well. Chapel is like my weird alter poker ego.

I love your work! So much fun. :D
Gray 12/6/11
Oh, I actually like and listen to the "Birthday Massacre!" Well, I have only heard a couple of their songs, but I like it!

Thank you so much!
 Emma  10/8/12
 
The expression in panel three is the best. I love it!
Miss L.S.P 12/5/11
Thanks so much!
 Emma  12/13/11
 
chapel should have checked the deck and not let him shuffle any more.
Dr. taxil necrobane 12/2/11
There's always next time!
 Emma  12/2/11
 
FUNNIEST. EXPRESSIONS. EVER!!!!
Ginny Weasley fan 12/2/11
Thanks so much! I actually revised these expressions WAYYY more than I usually do, so I'm glad you like the end result!
 Emma  12/2/11
I don't like it, I LOVE it!!!
Ginny Weasley fan 12/2/11
Awww, well thank you!
 Emma  12/2/11
 
Go ahead make my day wheres your full house fred? Oh right, you dont have one. The moment of truth Full house 3 kings, pair of 10s. Four aces, one queen! Four aces! Thats insane He mustve cheated Thats right fred, Im on to your little game. See? Reason No. 100 you cant trust Fred
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