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#749: Finally, Part One

October 22, 2012

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #741: Crack a Window; #742: She-Devils; #743: Love at First Sight; #744: Grudge Match; #745: Down Low, Too Slow; #746: I Should Kill Thee with Much Cherishing; #747: A Seed of Doubt; #748: He Who Hesitates Is Lost

You Monday/Thursday only folks might have missed #748, which posted late Friday afternoon, so make sure you're up to date.

This is it! The last arc in the movie arc — or the filming, at any rate. They'll still need to get through post-production and then screen the thing, obviously. I won't say how long this arc will run, but I said last week that it'd be over in about a month, so you do the math. (Subject to change.)

So yeah. See you… later this week — hopefully Thursday, but possibly Friday — for what will just-so-happen to be Multiplex #750.


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