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Comic #4248

1 Anakin: I’ve built a racer! It’s the fastest ever. There’s a big race tomorrow, on Boonta Eve.
2 Anakin: Watto doesn’t know I’ve built it. You could make him think it’s yours, and you could get him to let me pilot it for you.
3 Shmi: I don’t want you to race, Annie. It’s awful. I die every time Watto makes you do it.
4 Anakin: She’s not lying. Watto keeps a defibrillating machine out the back so he doesn’t lose her as his slave.
4 Jar Jar: Muy muy!

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I realised after making the previous strip set in the same location that I forgot to include Shmi at the dinner table. And now I needed to have her say a line! So I couldn't leave her out again.

Lucky there's no continuity in this Star Wars theme!

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