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Here's a diagram illustrating it. by LondonDomer

It goes through the air-gap. Apparently this is common and even required by plumbing code in some states. Through the air gap, then the disposal. I don't know if new sinks have a place for this air gap or not. Edit: I guess I'd just get a sink with the right amount of holes built in.

I don't friggin' know...