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Comic #1929

1 Paris: But fforbes-Davïs said a clone would take months to grow! It's only been two weeks!
2 Paris: How do you get DNA from an ectoplasm sample anyway? And how in blazes did you get my personality and memories?!
3 Paris 2: I'm not entirely sure. But then I'm not an expert on cloning.
3 Paris: But... how??
4 Paris 2: Look, a wizard did it, okay?

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It's really good when I can just link to TV Tropes, because then I know you'll have hours of reading without me having to do anything else.

2019-01-23 Rerun commentary: Cloning is one of those newfangled technologies that can justify almost anything.

Although not the fact that people keep making dinosaur parks despite what happened in Jurassic Park.

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