Who else was in Cell Block 11-A?


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Your best bet?

1. Jarjar


2. A froghemoth. (Sorry, have no idea what cell block 11-A alludes to. Even so, a froghemoth is rarely a bad thing to add.)


I know who was in AA-23.


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3. Andy Dufresne.


The real George Washington

A couple of very unlucky jews

Hitlers dog

YellowDingo

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James V. Dunn
Warden Reynolds
Commissioner Haskell
Crazy Mike Carnie
The Colonel
Guard Monroe


Spartacus
Sinatra
The Man in the Iron Mask
Ferdinand de Saussure
Joey Baggadonuts

What are we talking about?

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I was in Cell Block 11-A but I escaped.

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:


What are we talking about?

Exactly.


Oh. Meanwhile, two blocks down...

EDIT: Oh. That minute fadeout was rather lame.


I can promise you this: there were no goblins there, as I frequently use the Galactic Empire's detention cells to stock the goblin kennels. (The goblins are cheap and think I'm doing them favors after the Empire's harsh treatment.)


We's got a few boys spent some time in that slammer. It ain't gonna happen again. We made extra special sure of that.

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Lord Dice wrote:
I can promise you this: there were no goblins there, as I frequently use the Galactic Empire's detention cells to stock the goblin kennels. (The goblins are cheap and think I'm doing them favors after the Empire's harsh treatment.)

I raise you one Goblin...likely to be found aboard Imperial bases.

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