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One email scammer tells comedian James Veitch that he could earn a $6 million profit in an unsuspecting way: snail farming. As always, Veitch says he is in, but questions how to keep the snails in the farm. What if the snails escape? Watch this episode of Scamalot and see how the scammer reacts. 

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