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Comic #1134

1 Monty: {looking out the zeppelin door} There was a false bottom in the suitcase? The orichalcum was really in there?
2 Prof. Jones: Really, Junior. Anyone could have seen the bottom of Dr Smith's suitcase was too large for the contents we found.
3 Monty: Why didn't you say her bottom looked big to you! {Ginny walks off in a huff}
4 Prof. Jones: You don't know anything about women, do you?

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I just like how Monty is looking out the open door of the zeppelin in panel 1, to see if he can see the suitcase he tossed out.

2015-06-23 Rerun commentary: It'd be so easy for someone to give him a push in the back there. Particularly since Colonel Haken is standing right there.

I also like how Ginny is walking away in disgust in panel 4, with her back to Monty.

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