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Comic #513

1 Serron: Hey Spanners, what's that you were rubbing on to your head just then?
2 Spanners: It helps me think. It's absorbed through the chitin and makes the brain run more smoothly.
3 Serron: Yeah, but what is it?
4 Spanners: Axon grease.

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If my memory serves me correctly... this is the first time Serron has said anything since way back in #320. That's some time for a regular character to remain silent.

Yes, Serron wears a fez. Why does an alien in a science fiction setting wear a fez?

Because it's both stylish and practical.

2013-06-19 Rerun commentary: And Serron was setting a trend that Dr Who would follow six years later. You can't argue with that.

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