Another night of nonsense you'll be asleep for. (episode breakdown at 18:46) We'll dig right into the worlds of Walt and Walt and Jessie and Jose Miguel. Don't worry my Spanish may be improving or it might have plateaued but my ability to be pointless will never wane.
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07:51 swiss cheese circus
09:33 shame em if you got em
11:46 pavlovian blanket
18:46 meta one
32:44 Breaking Bad
01:01:03 Red pen and language run thru
01:11:45 no me digas trailla
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