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Comic #390

1 [caption]: CBS Control Room, Super Bowl XXVIII.
2 CBS Guy: What the...? Did you see that?
3 CBS Guy: It's broken loose! Quick! Send in the wrangler!
4 Steve: {over the monitor} Crikey! This breast is a bit stroppy!

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2013-01-26 Rerun commentary: Don't make topical comics. It's an easy way to make them incomprehensible to people within a few years.

If you're one of the people who can't remember what this was about, read the intro to Wikipedia's article on Superbowl XXXVIII, which happened just a couple of weeks before this strip (pun intended) was first published.

Actually (as I've just discovered), the inspiration for this comic has an entire article of its own!

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