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Ep. 8: Midnight Rescue Mission (Queen’s Visit Arc)

Ep. 8

The all-night search for a missing friend ends with a shocking revelation. Also, “Sorry, my ears must be deceiving me. I feel like I hear two quitters here.”


Original Music by David Dillon, plus

 

“Agoing to the Tavern” by Eric Romero

 

“STD Theme” by Slappy

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