Your cover art is modern, and I like how the title effortlessly meshes with the art. The quote at the beginning is cool, it’s sort of foreshadowing. I’m just wondering in the beginning why Isobel is using so many exclamation points and not as many actions. If she thinks everything with enthusiasm then it renders the exclamation points useless. I’m also wondering why Rob repeats the same action twice, since there are a couple of flirt animations. You could also fix a few commas, but nothing serious. The part with the zooms at the part was pretty funny. I don’t know if you did this purposefully, but when Isobel was stuck on talk_repulsed while describing herself, but it made me laugh. You also used talk_flirt for Rob about three times in a row, and I’m not sure if it’s the writer in me, but it sort of bothered me that you didn’t try any others. I also laughed at the ‘Rob charm’, it was already pretty obvious that he had a distinct lack of charm. After the date with Rob, I do wish that there was a bit more story about the date instead of her complaining about it. Either that, or maybe a smoother transition, since I was left wondering about what happened with the bottle since it just ended by fading into the next scene when he left. I wish that the enthusiasm that she showed in her texts showed a bit more in her actions. When Isobel said, “Sleep finally” in a thought bubble, the animation was talk_sheepish. Was she talking or thinking? There were just a few capitalization errors. I feel like I would be more impressed by Finlay being the person at her office if we were given a picture, or something to work with so we knew what he looked like. You also do this sometimes, but you had a character talk for one line, then put in another talking line without changing the animation. The animation only lasts for so long, and although I’m a quick reader, the animation already stopped. You also used an apostrophe in a place where it wasn’t needed when Isobel talked about the joy’s of online dating (It should be ‘joys’ since it’s a plural). Also, Finlay talks to Andrew when he’s still facing Isobel. I guess that could be because he can’t take his eyes off of her, but I’m not sure. When she was given the job, I did laugh. The story wasn’t predictable from the first episode, but I’m wondering how the plot will continue with the gang. From the first episode, I think it was really funny. I’m curious about what will happen, and I’m going to get on reading the rest of the episodes.