Wait a second..
This can only end hilariously.
GRANDPA! MELANY! WOOOOHOOO! LETS GO!
Oh look. Familiar faces.
Is the first man in the queue related to the man from the Gloria Station? http://neorice.com/hoh_1203
Hey! It's the old man! I like him, he's silly.
And his sane granddaughter.
What could possibly go wrong?
Hey! I know those 2!
There's something familiar about that cart with the old man and young girl...
Ah, the true hero of the story has given the fashion police the slip.
I'm sure nobody will notice the painting.
They might spot Burk, though.
Also, shouldn't that be "Queue"?
Thank god, now Burke will be able to foil whoever tries to kidnap the old man!
Well I missed those.
Ah, the wealthy aristocrats... I'm glad they escaped those bandits.
Not to be that guy, but unless you're using an apostrophe before "que", it's pronounced "kweh". (And if you did use the apostrophe first, you're talking about barbecue.)
If you're trying to say people are lining up, the word is "queue" (pronounced like the letter Q).
Which, I realize, is a ridiculous way to spell something that rhymes with "cue", but that's how the word do.
This will probably not go well.
Funny, good to watch, and with great swathes of mess.
But not "well".
Oh! It's these two again. Long time no see! Hope they do not recognise Burk XD
Wait, where's the painting in panel 5?
I spy... something brown