Metastasis Pilot | Sleep, Breaking Mal and Language Learning ALL IN ONE PODCAST!| Sleep With Me #255
Walter White once praised the “Growth, Decay and Transformation” of Chemistry. How would Walter Blanco translate this into Spanish? There is only one way to find out. Watch “Metastasis”, the Colombian version of “Breaking Bad” and learn some Spanish. All while lulling you off to dreamland. Is this all possible? In the name of #sleepersummer I'll be damned if I don't at least try.
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14:50 save it for the show
22:00 pilot explanation
40:55 when I get curious
41:30 Metastasis breakdown
01:06:47 Language Learning
01:14:26 Breaking Bad
01:20:02 Growth Decay and Transformation
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