D'oh Crap Rats (10/17/11)

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D'oh Crap Rats (10/17/11)

Postby brasca » Sun Oct 16, 2011 9:38 pm

Well played Jared. Even though the flashback revealed Jared had some shred of compassion in his earlier years at FIB I still think working with Rikk either rubbed off on him or allowed these tendencies to resurface.
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Re: D'oh Crap Rats (10/17/11)

Postby retrophrenologist » Sun Oct 16, 2011 9:49 pm

Is anyone else seeing the potential for a Voltronitis vs. Worthington's Syndrome smackdown?
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Re: D'oh Crap Rats (10/17/11)

Postby TappingtheLine » Mon Oct 17, 2011 10:22 am

That strikes me as somehow unlikely. Then again, this is a universe where a supervirus has "expository dialogue" as a symptom, so who knows.
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