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Comic #3880

1 Adam: You know, a purported method of writing dramatic escapes in fiction is to write yourself into a corner, to force yourself to come up with a solution.
2 Jamie: Interesting theory. But does it work?
3 {beat}
4 Adam: I'd say it's myth busted for that one.

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This writing trick is a specific variant of Writing by the Seat of Your Pants. Perhaps Only the Author Can Save Them Now.

So is that what's happening here? Or is this a case of The Producer Thinks of Everything.

Don't ask me, I Just Write the Thing.

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