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    Super ToolShed

    SAGE VS.

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    The siege of OctNOber is finally over, The Shed opens again. Sage and Neer tell war stories by the fire and somewhere during go into their impressions of Arkham Origins.

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    Xero Reynolds,”Kung-Fu Christ” & “Moonlight Oasis”, @Xerjester.

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    Download Super ToolShed: The Hunt for Red OctNOber mp3!
    • Jeremy Jones

      I liked the ending filmed, Sage got his come-upins for showing his evil/mean spirited side, and that there are consequences for doing so.

      • Alt-Encephalon

        Granted, now I at least am now curious as to what the original end was.

    • Greg Santucci

      Lord Zed saying “I eat punks like this for breakfast” is just awesome to try and hear in my head.

    • Sean Michael

      I loved the Twilight of the Cockroaches review, also wow really? I’m 18 and I feel bad for that poor 15 year old sod XD

      • Alt-Encephalon

        I feel bad for anyone born in the 90s – but yeah the review was pretty funny.

    • Turcano

      So what you’re saying is that the gamma on Twilight of the Cockroaches is blacker than the blackest black times infinity?

    • ANNONNY

      The great ice cream revolt of Benettopia, we just need a martyr that will most likely be made an example of by Huddy..

      • Alt-Encephalon

        wait is the revolt for ice cream? or against ice cream? or is the ice cream revolting? and would saying that insult it?

    • Thomas McCravy

      Aww! But, I LOVE the shit-on-Bennettverse!

    • Bren Thoreson

      wut’s a paladin?

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    • Alexa

      Ugh it took me twenty thousand times to finally beat Deathstroke. Awesome character, but I hated him the most…

    • Warden Tux

      I keep re-listening to this episode, again and again, just to hear Marc’s description of Bennett’s mouth while speaking. It is one of those magical moments that podcast, vlogs, commentaries, and the like can preserve. Truly this age is not bereft of wonders.