The funniest, strangest, and most dramatic moments in Garry Trudeau's classic comic strip.

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Oct. 25 2010 10:07 AM

Doonesbury's 200 Greatest Moments

The funniest, strangest, and most dramatic moments in Garry Trudeau's classic comic strip.

Read David Plotz's interview with Garry Trudeau. See Slate's complete coverage of Doonesbury's 40th anniversary.

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Jun. 18, 1981: Joanie and Rick marry.

Jun. 28, 1981: Solidarity.

Aug. 11, 1981: Duke shoots Brenner.

May. 17, 1982: What the doctor said.

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Nov. 15, 1982: Sid Kibbutz in action.

Dec. 13, 1982: Buying a computer.

Sep. 30, 1984: Return from Sabbatical.

Oct. 22, 1984: The Reagan White House.

Jan. 27, 1985: "Teaching is dead."

Jan. 19, 1986: RSVP.

Nov. 6, 1986: Dick Davenport dies.

Mar. 8, 1987: Another Sunday morning.

Mar. 22, 1987: Sinatra biography.

Apr. 27, 1987: Ron Headrest.

Jun. 18, 1988: Snow White.

Aug. 14, 1988: Roger Rabbit.

Apr. 19, 1989: Mike dreams up Mr. Butts.

May 7, 1989: Assault rifles.

Nov. 5, 1989: Mark's Konundrum Korner.

Dec. 11, 1989: Eighties Revival Party.

May 24, 1990: Andy Lippincott dies.

Dec. 10, 1990: Desert Shield.

Feb. 4, 1991: Ka-boom!

Feb. 24, 1991: Smart bomb.

Mar. 10, 1991: Briefing.

Mar. 20, 1991: "Welcome to Club Scud!"

Jan. 6, 1992: Unemployed.

Feb. 10, 1992: Trash for Cash.

Apr. 20, 1992: The coming of Samantha.

Jun. 8, 1992: "I'm my parents!"

Jun. 22, 1992: USA Today.

Jul. 12, 1992: Geraldo Riveribus.

Sep. 7, 1992: Family Values check.

Dec. 28, 1992: The ol' mail silo.

Aug. 1, 1993: Production values.

Feb. 9, 1993: Aid for those with AIDS.

Nov. 28, 1993: Beavis and Butthead.

Jan. 24, 1994: Whitewatergate.

Jun. 24, 1995: Duke with a hooker.

Oct. 15, 1995: The Earl of Duke.

Nov. 13, 1995: Mark's imaginary lover.

Feb. 5, 1996: Mike and Kim meet.

Jun. 24, 1996: Back in the Nam.

Nov. 4, 1996: The Mark and Chase show.

Jan. 26, 1997: Ah youth.

Feb. 9, 1998: Clinton's problems.

Aug. 10, 1998: Lacey Davenport dies.

Feb. 8, 1999: Impeachment trial.

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