Contrary to the copy this kit, sadly, was forgotten.
View this item in is holiday historical context here.
Around the same time Kurtzman started Mad, comic artist Lou Cameron did
a short-lived satirical newspaper strip called So It Seems. The titles
seems to be a parody of the many 'interesting facts' panels that were
around, such as Ripley's Believe It Or Not and John Hix Strange As It
Seems, but it was more of a 'statement and sample' series, along the
lines of those that were later done for the magazine Mad.
In 1992, London, who, at that point, was both writing and drawing the strip for six years, introduced a Home Shopping Club storyline for Olive Oyl. Thus begins the below controversial and, so far as I understand, final three weeks of the Popeye strip under London's direction. They're scanned from copies of proofsheets, so the quality is not great.
(It only tastes vaguely like Hirschfeld, but the actual spice went uncredited.)
When one inevitably asks "Wha' for?" regarding the li'l wooden sign pointing the swinging surgeons in the direction of "Tuesday," the inside page of the TV listings explains: