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Look Into My Eyes

Nov 22, 2023

If you thought the last few episodes have been stuffed just wait until you get your teeth into this one! This week we're talking about the final episode of the first half of the TV Adaptation, Episode 3. Join us as we discuss how all the subtle tonal shifts lead to a very different final scene, the change from pepper to slime and answer the most important question of all, what is the British Donut Consortium?!? All this and more Mr Hunter fanfiction requests on this week's Look Into My Eyes.

Stick around at the end to hear our plans for our Christmas episode!

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"Dopplerette" Kevin MacLeod (
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"Metaphor" Jason Shaw ( Creative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on

"Serious Drama" Jason Shaw ( Creative Commons Music by Jason Shaw on

"SCP-x1x (Gateway to Hell)" Kevin MacLeod (
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