For the record, there really was never much of a script to the comic. The approach I usually used was to start with a general idea for a storyline, just a bare skeleton, and fill in the details as the storyline progresses. I might have started with a very basic idea for how a storyline will start and maybe even end, but what happened in between is anyone's guess.
Once the basic storyline structure was built, I'd try to think of funny situations or jokes that could come up during the storyline. Then I'd attempt to steer the comic in that general direction over a series of days or even weeks, trying to come up with as many daily jokes as I could to fill in the gaps. Sometimes it worked and sometimes it didn't. And sometimes, in the midst of making a comic, I'd be hit with a burst of inspiration, and I'd abandon the original idea in favor of the new one.
That being said, sometimes I did actually write something of a script. Sometimes if I was stuck in a particularly boring class or meeting, I'd grab a piece of paper and jot down potential dialogue for future comics. This made those comics easier and faster to make and, I think, made the comics in that particular part of the storyline more consistent with each other. But that's about as close to a script as this comic ever got.