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Luc Bernard talks Mass Effect gayness Vs. John Carter


3:30 PM on 03.19.2012



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Last week's Sup Holmes? (starts at 7:09) was a winner. We got Destructoid's old friend/arch enemy Luc Bernard on the show, and many golden eggs were laid. This is one of those eggs. 

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