Students analyze authentic comics and internet memes containing the preterit and imperfect forms. They have to find the imperfect form or action in progress and then they look for the interruption/preterit verb in each comic/meme. Students also practice guessing in context and interpreting the comics and why they're funny. I include follow-up questions that relate to the meme/comic to help generate classroom conversation and participation. This is a great attention, co-construction, or extension activity to use when teaching the preterit and imperfect!