So the Green Goblin returns and Pete is convinced it's Harry Osborn. But, as any comics reader will tell you, new characters are usually introduced to be (a) future villains or (b) future victims of villains, so in Amazing Spider-Man #180, we learn that....
It's really the fault of the artist more than the writer. On paper, Bart Hamilton's only major flaw was that he was a psychiatrist. But as we've seen these last few days, the man's expressions and choice of decor gave us some pretty clear signals. Between Bart Hamilton and Dr. Faustus, Marvel was really taking some digs at the mental health field. I wonder what Freud would say about that?
Some relationship tips from Amazing Spider-Man #176:
Never use the phrase "sitting here feeling impotent" with anyone you find remotely attractive. Even if you don't mean it that way, you're just putting ideas in her head you'd rather not be rattling around in there.
Here's more relationship advice from Amazing Spider-Man #182:
We can glean from Frank's comment that there's no "imbalance of power" there, so Frank is probably within the bounds of...
Oh, Frank. You just sailed right over the line there. That radio call is probably from Human Resources. Don't make any plans for Saturday, because I expect a sexual harassment workshop is in your immediate future.
See you tomorrow!