Ah, color! I forgot to mention earlier that Mike "The Woodman" Woodward contributed to this one with his rendition of Kilroy at the bar. A Quincy, Massachusetts shipyard inspector named J.J. Kilroy may have been the origin of the phrase "Kilroy was here" in WWII. Mike probably drew it because he's from Maine, or because he's a wild man. No one really knows. Cafe Loup must've been serving the Hand Special around this time, as you can see the person reading wile being shot through the head by a Mexican Alien is enjoying the special. The hole in the head was also a collaborator although no one ever fessed up to doing it, so I can't give anyone credit for that one. It ended up working out pretty well though, I'd say. We have had a couple floods at the Loup over the years, so that may explain the excessive amount of water. Or, it could be an homage to Jay Milite, our number one bartender, as he is known to say "Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink." The sailors lament. The world may never know.