In Only Oyl, a digital collage of Popeye episodes, our heroine, Olive Oyl, is isolated. Over the 9min 15sec of video, all frames that contained images of her suitors, Popeye and Bluto, have been eliminated. The result is scene after scene of our lanky, cartoon Olive, being terrorized by an unseen force. Mixed with her repeated hiding, running, and flying through the air we catch her feminine demeanor, blinking, talking, clasping her hands together with flattery, we even see her occasional anger, which appears comical. Only Oyl reveals the effects of Olives objectification by brutish men through their ongoing violent pursuits and reinforces feminist questions about objectification and attitudes toward women.