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Comic #198

1 Monty: {tied to a chair with his father} Now how are we going to get out of this mess, dad? These ropes are too tight to escape.
2 Prof. Jones: Oh, I think we'll be out of here quickly, Junior. Those Nazis aren't clever enough to keep us restrained for long.
3 Monty: What makes you say that, dad?
4 Prof. Jones: {lifts up sword} Erwin left that sword within reach of my hand.

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2012-06-16 Rerun commentary: In light of later developments in this theme, this strip now emerges with a whole new implication.

Brilliant how that worked out, huh?

I like the rope here. It's really just a piece of packing twine, but on the scale of the minifigs it makes a pretty good looking rope.

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