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Comic #52

1 Operator: Mercy Hospital, hello.
2 Operator: You need an ambulance sent over for your husband? Right away. What's his condition?
3 Operator: Did I hear you right? A veterinary colonoscopy kit and a Tyrannosaurus?
4 Operator: Is that you Terry?
4 Terry: How could you tell? {in front of a Tyrannosaurus with a mouth full of Steve}

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2011-12-29 Rerun commentary: Interesting. Terry is using a lightsabre hilt as a phone here. I guess this must have been before I acquired the telephone handset pieces I used later on.

Exactly what Steve was trying to do with the veterinary colonoscopy kit is left unexplained, to preserve the sanity of the reader.

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