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SCORPION Sneak Peek: Walter’s Newest Invention

Walter’s enormous IQ has been called in to solve a variety of problems on SCORPION — from fixing dams to foiling hackers. But tonight his brain will be solving humanity’s biggest problem ever — messy hotdogs. It turns out that in their downtime Walter and Sylvester have been inventing the “U-dog”, a hotdog shaped like […]
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