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What's the problem with the temperature getting to 88 degrees?
In the Black Books episode "Fever", the characters are complaining that the temperature might get all the way up to 88 degrees. They're in the UK, so I'd assume they mean 88 C, but that's ...
Nov 8 '15 at 7:29
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