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Comic #1951

1 Iki Piki: Can we just sort this out later? We're on the run from a loan shark because... you! It was you who told us the wrong team to bet on!
2 Serron 2: That'll teach you to steal our organs!
3 Iki Piki 2: Wait a minute, wait a minute. He told you to bet on the Acropolis Titans.
3 Iki Piki: The Titans lost!
3 Iki Piki 2: They what???
4 Serron 2: Wow. They really are a lousy team. Even when you know for a fact that they win, they can still lose.

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As any sport fan knows, there are times when your team feels like they could even lose a game that they've already won.

2019-04-07 Rerun commentary: It makes sense that an ocean world would have a lot of loan sharks.

I guess on a desert world they're loan snakes or something.

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