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.

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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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