Only one on a Sunday
It's Sunday and there's only one. And I think I'm cheating a little here:
Brewster Rockit, Space Guy by Tim Rickard
Monty comes close with a silent ante-para-penultimate panel. But it doesn't count here, and I think it's actually pretty funny.
Dilbert is interesting today, squeezing in about three different punchlines into one strip--1) the awkward hug, 2) the explanation of Amber Dextrous' name and 3) "human resources would like to see you after the meeting. In an age where Sunday strips get away with only one panel and half a gag, Scott Adams packs in the jokes.
I know a lot of you don't think too much of Dilbert, but it remains one of the most consistent and relevant strips around. Complain all you want about the art, but you can't say it's not funny.