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Comic #4025

1 {scene: the water cooler}
1 Mercutio: Will and I have sorted out a place to film the 1536 scenes.
2 Ophelia: Oh, good! We really need to get those done by the end of this week.
3 Ophelia: Do you think we'll have enough time?
4 Mercutio: If we have to squeeze two weeks of filming into one week... I'm sure we can manage.

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I couldn't find the blue mug that characters sometimes use at the water cooler, so I used a yellow one this time, for I think the first time.

As it turns out, if I wanted to be consistent with previous episodes, I didn't need a blue mug, as Ophelia has used a red mug and Mercutio a clear one. Will was the one with the blue mug.

Although this is a new office, so anything goes now.

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