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Comic #5069

1 Governor: I was going to offer you my daughter’s hand in marriage, but Wendy says it wasn’t you who convinced her to return to Jamaica.
2 Ponsonby: But I am already married, sir. My mother-in-law lives in Havana.
3 Governor: If you married Wendy instead, you’d have no mother-in-law. My wife passed away years ago.
4 Ponsonby: What else may I do to win this reward, sir?

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It would have been easy to forget that Captain Ponsonby mentioned his mother-in-law in an earlier strip.

So easy that one might guess that the comic author might have forgotten it when concocting the story idea that whoever returned Wendy to Jamaica would win her hand in marriage.

But fortunately no reader has made such a baseless accusation.

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