Exodus 12 and 13.
I was reading an old newspaper article about an old NFL bowl game in the 1960s when I saw a couple of comics on that page. One was Priscilla's Pop and the other was Out Our Way.
I had not had a thought about either one in years, probably decades, but remembering them did lead me to Google both, and lead me to an interesting website about comic strips.
Just going to the website and seeing the strips listed there joggled my memory about some others.
There is Captain Easy. Alley Oop. Apartment 3G (I think it must have been a chick strip, I never read it but remember it taking up useful space in the local paper's funny page). Gil Thorp (was in the Chicago Tribune I read in high school, I don't think it ever ran locally). Our Boarding House. Nancy (never liked it but for some reason always read it).
The whole thing makes me wonder how many other things are stored in bins up in my mind that I will never access again unless I'm reminded somehow of them.
These things are the "Apartment 3Gs" of my brain, just sitting there taking up space right now. Hoping they will be useful again some day.
So somebody say or write something clever to make me remember, huh?