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Deliver The Profile Episode 114: Sock Juice

It’s Jazz’s birthday! Well, it was, when we were recording this. As such, the top of the episode contains a review of the hosts’ field trip to see M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass. It sucked and yet was infinitely better than the podcast’s first foray into Season 12, a season so bad it made people miss
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Law & Ordocki Season 3 #4 (#27): A Chip In The Old Shoulder

This article is tough to write because, well, I already wrote it. I had my take on the SVU episode “Choreographed” almost complete when OpenOffice decided to turn it into unreadable gibberish. (Well, turn it from unreadable gibberish into literal unreadable gibberish.) There’s little desire to try to recreate what was lost from half-formed memories; in all
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Deliver The Profile Episode 92: Stink Driver

Have you ever wondered what would happen if Travis Bickle participated in the plot of Perfume? Wonder no more, for “Sense Memory” provides a reasonable approximation. Prentisspalooza rolls on as Prentiss is curious about her apartment’s security, we meet an important side character, and we’re subject to an incomprehensible flashback. Meanwhile, Ronnie managed to cut
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Excessively Diverted Episode 25 – Unleashing Mr. Darcy with Drunk Austen: BDSM or Dogs?

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This week we are joined by BOTH of the amazing ladies of Drunk Austen to talk about Hallmark’s rather sanitized version of Teri Wilson’s book ‘Unleashing Mr. Darcy.’ We unravel a vast conspiracy of money laundering and sex dungeon in the D.C. private school system, but mostly because we were kind of bored and hangry.
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Deliver The Profile Episode 58: Dirtworld

On this dark and stormy night (of recording), Deliver The Profile goes back to Season 3 to tackle “Identity”! It’s got a killer who blows himself up in the opening credits, a copycat, an obstinate group of Montanans and manifesto torture videos so shocking it gets Garcia to finally shut the fuck up for once.
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