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Jul 18, 2011
Scott said in one of his books that he really didn't think the giant cucumber storyline was as funny as he thought it would be, but he was working his day job at Pacific Bell at the time and couldn't afford to throw it out, so he just told the truth.
 
 
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Feb 27, 2011
I wish he had continued though, he could have gotten alot out of this
 
 
Dec 16, 2010
"Obviously that was the whole idea from the start, otherwise he would have just drawn a new first panel and moved on."

I disagree. I have never seen this guy abandon an idea. They all seem to come to resolution, even if it is absurd and immediately disregarded. It's quite probable that Adams didn't want to continue this idea and panel 2 was an easy out.
 
 
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Nov 25, 2010
While I think the strip is funny, I must disagree with the statement it takes a lot of courage.

Obviously that was the whole idea from the start, otherwise he would have just drawn a new first panel and moved on. Not quite the pickle people believe it was. -_-

Still funny as hell.
 
 
Nov 7, 2010
It takes a lot of guts to put a frame like the second one in a strip, but much better than pursuing a theme that's not going anywhere. Most artists would have persisted.

Another reason to like Scott as a comedic talent.
 
 
 
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