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    Tonight’s Supernatural introduces an old friend of Dean Winchester’s, deals outright with Sam’s God injury, and reinstates Cass as the cock-block of team Free-Will. Last episode we had Dean holding do…

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  • The Irishman

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    In this episode of ‘Movie Talk’, Jad talks with his friend Rob about ‘The Irishman’. Specifically, their thoughts about the movie, and a bit of detail about the film’s hi…

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