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Episode 46: Commitment

Commitment

After taking on a spying mission to free his sister from a labor camp, a 19-year-old North Korean becomes a target of his own government.

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This is the story detailing why North Korea is so far behind the rest of the world. All of their resources are tied up in smuggling their agents into South Korea to kill agents they no longer need. Once those agents complete their mission, they too are no longer needed. It's a never-ending cycle that has the male equivalent of Wendy Wu torn between completing his mission or making his school a "No Bully Zone." Tough choices. The movie is chock full of action for the first part of the film and then throws in this weird generic B-plot about trading hostages for diamonds and yada yada yada Gordon and I talk about what it takes to be a good waiter/waitress. After the news, we talk about Suicide Squad. Next week, we're watching The Awakening which doesn't seem to have an IMDB page associated with it.

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