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Comic #2598

1 Terry: So we're in London during the Blitz. Now what?
2 Jane Goodall: You two amuse yourselves for a while. There's a young girl I have to visit. {walks off}
3 Terry: {calling after Jane} How do you know anyone in this time period?
3 Steve: I reckon she knows more than she lets on.
4 Terry: Making her the perfect complement to you.
4 Steve: Crikey! Thanks for the compliment.

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I think this is about the most perceptive Steve has ever been. Frighteningly enough.

If I suddenly found myself in London in 1940, I'm not really sure what I'd do to amuse myself. Probably try to get out of town as quickly as possible, I expect.

2024-06-16 Rerun commentary: Honestly, if Terry had taken the time to think, she would have realised how Jane could know people in this time period.

The question is a lot more pertinent if you go back to the Jurassic.

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