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Comic #1234

1 Minnesota Jones: If we're to be shot at dawn, what say we request a last meal?
1 Prof. Jones: Capital idea!
2 Monty: How can you think of food at a time like this?!
2 Minnesota Jones: What shall we order?
3 Prof. Jones: Anything but sausages.
3 Sallah: Dates!
4 Minnesota Jones: No sausages?
4 Prof. Jones: The sausages here in Berlin are the wurst.

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Indeed they are the wurst.

2015-11-10 Rerun commentary: If there's any place you want to be for a last meal, it's Germany. It's delicious food, but not necessarily something you want to eat too much of if you plan on having a long and healthy life.

By the way, this is a really large prison cell, isn't it?

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