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This week we're joined by Chip from Marvel Canon Madness to discuss what a crew should oughtta do when they come across a stumbling friend. Ricky D also takes a moment to offer an apology, while simultaneously doubting the legitimacy of MCM's followers...Kylie sends us a wave from deep within thematically consistent territory, while the real power of the series really starts to shine through in a moment of true vulnerability from Josh.
Both Bestflix with Ricky D and Marvel Canon Madness have surpassed the 100 follower count, so thank you! Jesse also stopped by Cheap Seat Reviews to discuss "Road to Perdition" this week! And don't miss his upcoming visit to Greenshirt: A Newbie's Trek through The Next Generation! - and give our friends over at What Does It Matter? Podcast a listen!
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