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New On KingsCast: Overtime – Episode 4: Behind The Scenes

kingscastIf you want to get into the deep, dark, damp (and probably moldy) depths of everything KingsCast, watch this behind-the-scenes episode of Overtime. You’ll get a good laugh out of hearing Keith Korneluk criticize Chris Kaliszewski’s grammar…as if the loser was qualified to criticize anyone or anything…

Seriously, here’s a look into the behind-the-scenes world of the making of a KingsCast episode…


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3 Responses to New On KingsCast: Overtime – Episode 4: Behind The Scenes

  1. Well, thanks for the uplifting endorsement :-)

  2. Gann Matsuda says:

    Hey…be happy you got a plug at all. :D

  3. briguy says:

    I really never bothered to watch this in the past but I think after watching this clip I will check it out in the future. never knew it was a v-log.

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