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Comic #1596

1 {scene: Dark tunnels. If anything, actually darker.}
1 Lambert: This reminds me of the time my Uncle Bilbert was chasing a rival through some dark tunnels.
2 Mordekai: Not another one of your Uncle Bilbert stories! I'll give you a swift boot up the back side if you don't stop!
3 Lambert: So anyway, he was chasing this...
3 Mordekai: Argh! Where are you? Come back here!
4 Lambert: Ha! You didn't think it would be that easy to kick the hobbit, did you?

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Oh come on, you would have been disappointed not to get a hobbit pun today, and you know it.

2017-07-26 Rerun commentary: Uncle Bilbert would be a great subject for his own comic series, I think. It sounds like he got up to many more interesting adventures than Lambert.

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