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Jamal Jenkins (Character)
from "Ghostwriter" (1992)

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  1. "Ghostwriter"
        - Attack of the Slime Monster: Part 4 (1995) TV episode, Played by Sheldon Turnipseed
        - Attack of the Slime Monster: Part 3 (1995) TV episode, Played by Sheldon Turnipseed
        - Attack of the Slime Monster: Part 2 (1995) TV episode, Played by Sheldon Turnipseed
        - Attack of the Slime Monster: Part 1 (1995) TV episode, Played by Sheldon Turnipseed
        - Four Days of the Cockatoo: Part 4 (1994) TV episode, Played by Sheldon Turnipseed
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From "Ghostwriter: Ghost Story: Part 2 (#1.2)" (1992)
Alejandro 'Alex' Fernandez: Codes have been around like forever, once we find out what kind of code this is, we can start to decode it.
Jamal Jenkins: How?
Alejandro 'Alex' Fernandez: There are two different kinds of codes. One that replaces each letter with a different letter or number. Like this. Take the word eggs. If you see this code, E is 5, G is 7.
Jamal Jenkins: Oh I get it, so a different number stands for each letter.
Alejandro 'Alex' Fernandez: That's right, so if you want to write eggs in this code, you write 5-7-7.
Jamal Jenkins: And S is 19.
Alejandro 'Alex' Fernandez: Right. There's also another code where you substitute letters for letters.
Jamal Jenkins: Maybe A could be E?
Alejandro 'Alex' Fernandez: Right, then there's a whole other code, where you scramble the letters up in a word. Take the word eggs again, let's scramble the letters up.
[writes GESG]
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