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

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

About Garry Trudeau's comic strip.
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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Aug. 23, 1999: Walden redux.

Nov. 16, 1999: IPO.

Jan. 3, 2000: The old mail silo.

Jan. 23, 2000: Bill and Al.

Feb. 14, 2000: The flag thing.

Apr. 24, 2000: Business plan.

Sept. 24, 2000: Bushisms.

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Aug. 6, 2001: Flaws.

Sept. 17, 2001: The hoax.

Oct. 1, 2001: Everything's changed.

Nov. 18, 2001: "Thanks, evildoers!"

Jan. 27, 2002: Mr. Jay.

Feb. 10, 2002: FDR quote.

Mar. 3, 2002: "Got war?"

Apr. 8, 2002: Phil Slackmeyer, RIP.

Apr. 29, 2002: At a West Bank café.

Apr. 13, 2003: Helmet-in-chief.

Jul. 20, 2003: Starbucks Sunday.

Feb. 23, 2004: $10,000 reward.

Apr. 19, 2004: B.D. wounded in Iraq.

Sep. 13, 2004: Ask President Bush.

Jun. 25, 2006: Catching up.

Aug. 20, 2006: Mike's Summer Daydream.

Nov. 20, 2006: Ethics class.

Mar. 26, 2007: First appearance of Mel.

Sep. 4, 2007: Over-connected.

Apr. 7, 2008: If we cut and run.

Feb. 23, 2009: The uh-oh moment.

Mar. 30, 2009: In Helmand Province.

Aug. 3, 2009: The Family.

Feb. 8, 2010: Horndogs for lunch.

Feb. 22, 2010: Security detail.

Apr. 26, 2010: Tea Party.

Jul. 12, 2010: The big handoff.

Jul. 25, 2010: The competition.

Aug. 15, 2010: The maverick thing.

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