5.7 | Joshilyn Jackson, Sébastien Japrisot, & … Suspense

What is the definition of suspense? Will Lee and Eddie solve it before time runs out? Will Lee ever stop talking about glass blowing? Will Eddie ever stop trying to get weird books on the show with really thin justification? Will this series of questions ever end? Maybe you will find out in this episode… or will you?

This episode, Lee is on the cutting edge of new and brilliant crime and mystery, with Joshilyn Jackson’s Never Have I Ever, and Eddie is back on their bullshit, reviewing World War I novels from the 90s.

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