There is no Jewish law that commands us to wear a kippah, or any head covering. It is purely tradition.
The Talmud explains that we cover our head to remind us of G-d, who is the Higher Authority "above us".
But I know plenty of fellows who wear a yarmulke just to score ass.
Sukkot is the last of the pilgrimage festivals, a joyous holiday that marks the Season of our Rejoicing.
Sukkah means booth. According to Jewish law, a sukkah must have at least two and a half walls (preferably four), and a roof that is made of vegetation, with enough openings to provide a view of the sky and stars.
Besides Shabot on Sukkot, there are plenty other webcomics that break the fourth wall.