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This is the 5th and final comic in the Secretary story-arc. The culmination  has [[Black Hat]]  up to his usual shenanigans in the {{w|United States Senate chamber|US Senate chamber room}}.
 
This is the 5th and final comic in the Secretary story-arc. The culmination  has [[Black Hat]]  up to his usual shenanigans in the {{w|United States Senate chamber|US Senate chamber room}}.
  
Of course, [[playpen balls]] have been the topic of many comics before. Notably [[150: Grownups]].
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Of course, [[Playpen balls|playpen balls]] have been the topic of many comics before. Notably [[150: Grownups]].
  
 
{{w|Tron (video game)|Tron}} was an arcade game, based on the {{w|Tron (movie)|movie}} of the same name, and both released in 1982. The characters would play on a grid in lightcycles which left behind walls of light. The objective of the game was to force the opponent to run into the wall of light, similar to the {{w|Snake (game)|Snake game}}.
 
{{w|Tron (video game)|Tron}} was an arcade game, based on the {{w|Tron (movie)|movie}} of the same name, and both released in 1982. The characters would play on a grid in lightcycles which left behind walls of light. The objective of the game was to force the opponent to run into the wall of light, similar to the {{w|Snake (game)|Snake game}}.
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*[[496: Secretary: Part 3]]
 
*[[496: Secretary: Part 3]]
 
*[[497: Secretary: Part 4]]
 
*[[497: Secretary: Part 4]]
*498: Secretary: Part 5 (this one)
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*[[498: Secretary: Part 5]]
  
 
This series was released on 5 consecutive days (Monday-Friday) and not over the usual Monday/Wednesday/Friday schedule.
 
This series was released on 5 consecutive days (Monday-Friday) and not over the usual Monday/Wednesday/Friday schedule.

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