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Peter MacNicol returns as a regular cast member. Colby is being interrogated by a man named Agent Kirkland, who passes him a handcuff key and gives him escape instructions. Don and his team... See full summary »

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Don Eppes
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Gang Banger (voice)
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Charlie Eppes
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Alan Eppes
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David Sinclair
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Colby Granger
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Amita Ramanujan
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Megan Reeves
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Mason Lancer
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Michael Kirkland
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Dwayne Carter
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Guard #1 (as Hector Hank)
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Shan
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Peter MacNicol returns as a regular cast member. Colby is being interrogated by a man named Agent Kirkland, who passes him a handcuff key and gives him escape instructions. Don and his team get information about and from Colby and must figure out if that information is reliable then realizes that everything about Colby being a double agent may not be what it seems. Written by Anonymous

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Written by Axel Ramon Perez Gonzales, Kendall Marsh & Javier Willy
Performed by Ghostman MC, mentalkm & Javier Willy
Courtesy of Mental Music Productions
Published by JWCT Songs
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