So here’s a guy you want to keep an eye on:
Mr. Block, noted pistachio lover and founder of the time-travel agency that hired Cavendish and Dakota. Described by voice actor Mark Hamill as “[a] splendid addition to my gallery of unhinged (but fun!) psychos.”
So far he hasn’t done much, but we learned in childhood not to underestimate the humble platypus on that account, and neither should we turn a blind eye to Mr. Block.
This man founded an organization with a noble aim: it specializes in righting the mistakes of the past. We learned in “Time Out” that Cavendish and Dakota’s pistachio reconnaissance is just about the least important mission that the organization has on file; its higher agents handle assignments on the scale of World War V (having already neatly averted World Wars III and IV). Dakota has long since completed his personal goal of preventing an event known as the “Mississippi Purchase.”
Yet somehow the family with the highest historical damage bill of all time have slipped right under their radar.
If this guy finds out that the Hindenburg crash, the sinking of the Titanic and the extinction of his favorite nut can all be attributed to the same genetic anomaly and its chain of carriers, he’s not going to sit pretty and let them continue to live their lives just because they happen to be lovable sorts.
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Hoy, 18 de mayo de 2019, se emite el último episodio de la segunda temporada de Milo Murphy’s Law en Estados Unidos. El futuro de la serie es incierto, hay quienes ya consideran al show como finalizado y otros aún no pierden la fe por una continuación. Pase lo que pase, seguidores o detractores, aquí estaremos para seguir compartiendo sobre la serie, eso espero, no lo sé, no puedo decidir por ustedes; yo seguiré aquí, hasta donde se pueda. Estrenado el 3 de octubre de 2016 e incluyendo el hiatus de 2018, el programa duró 2 años, 7 meses, y 15 días.
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I quit the team. Months ago. And so you wouldn't find out, I might have faked an injury or two. Or eight. Today was a total fluke. Ruby had to Jedi mind-trick the Coach to let me sit on the bench. I wasn't supposed to play, let alone save the game. I know this is shocking and sudden and I've decimated all your hopes and dreams, but I just can't keep it bottled up anymore. My insides were feeling like Coke and Pop Rocks, and I don't want to be like Mikey. So I'm sorry. And I throw myself at your mercy.
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Like, Bob looks evil and a lot of people suspected that he was evil, but he doesn’t even show up in the finale. I totally understand why people, including me, suspected that he was evil. It’s because he acts too nice, but he looks evil, but he’s nice, but he looks evil, but he’s nice, but he looks evil, but he’s nice, but he looks evil, but he look nice, but he’s evil, but he’s nice, but he looks evil, but he’s nice, but he looks evil, but he;’s nicesablgfbqasdfasdf asdfaWRxrfzex
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