By Thanksgiving 1993, a granddaughter of Indiana Jones had become an adult and the mother of Harry. After she had presented the turkey to the Jones family, she sat with her son and asked if he wanted cranberry sauce. His refusal and unwillingness to even try it prompted Indiana to recount his time China in 1910.
Behind the scenesEdit
Indiana Jones' granddaughter goes unnamed in "Peking, March 1910". A granddaughter named Lucy is mentioned in "Ireland, April 1916" but the context suggests she's of school age and a separate character.