Bath time, Calvin! Come on, let’s just get it over with this time all right? Where are you? Let’s go! She’ll never look here. Calvin gets scared when he hears his Mom yelling that it’s bath time. His Mom looks for him in the living room and even down in the basement. She can’t find him. Calvin hides in the empty bath tub wearing all his clothes and is kind of proud of his secret place.
Fun doesn’t know limits when you’re wearing clothes in an empty bath tub.
Hey, Calvin! Guess what time it is! Why? What time is it? It’s a very special time! Oh boy, oh boy! What time is it? Do you really want to know? Yes, yes! Tell me! Tell me! Quick! Please! Yes! It’s your bath time! Oh boy! You know how old people always write to Dear Abby, complaining that their kids never write, call or visit? Those letters really crack me up. Calvin’s Dad bends down to Calvin to tell him that it’s a very special time. Calvin gets more and more curious the more his Dad makes a secret of this time. In the end Calvin’s Dad reveals that it is bath time. Calvin sits in the bath tub with Hobbes next to him and complaints how terrible his Dad is.