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Comic #378

1 Ñ: You leave for Kingston tonight. You'll be working with the CIA. Contact is a man named Helix Leiter.
2 Ñ: See Miss Geltschilling on your way out for travel tips.
3 Ñ: She's been to the West Indies before so she knows the place like the back of her hand.
4 Stud: Jamaica?
4 Ñ: No, she went of her own accord.

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Okay, it's not original, but this has always been one of my favourite stupid jokes, and I couldn't pass up a perfect opportunity to use it.

2013-01-12 Rerun commentary: The essential companion joke:

Ñ: Miss Geltschilling has also travelled widely in South-East Asia. She spent two years posted in Indonesia.
Stud: Jakarta?
Ñ: No, she took a plane.

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