Thomas has received the callback of his life to participate in a movie. However the callback day is the same day some of his friends are marrying. Now he's torn between lying to his friends to pursue the job of his life or losing the opportunity of a lifetime and attend his friends' wedding. Deceit shows up and puts Thomas on a trial to prove that Thomas is guilty of caring for himself more than he cares for his friends and prove to the other Sides that Thomas is not the perfect idealistic figure they think he is.
Did You Know?
In order to have the episode ready as soon as possible, Thomas Sanders
spent 36 consecutive hours editing the episode without sleep, stopping only to take a shower as he said. When the editing was over and the episode released, Joan S.
came over to his house to bring him some vegan food (Thomas himself is not vegan, but Joan is), knowing how much time he had worked without rest and knowing he would be exhausted to make something for himself. Still, he gathered all the energy he had left to get out and record Sanders Shorts: Shoutout Sunday: Mara & Maura
(2019), the weekly installment of the "Shoutout Sunday" series from Sanders Shorts
(2013), to be published that same night before getting some rest. See more
After Logan finishes his declaration as witness, he's transported to the backseat of the court, next to the door and supposedly spends the rest of the trial there. However, when Deceit or Patton are asking questions to the witnesses, the place where Logan sits can be seen on the left edge of the screen and there's nobody there. See more
Do you know Max Stirner?
Uh... I know Max Sternest... He's really hard on his kids!
[a "badum-tiss" sound is heard
[grabs the microphone as if he was a stand up comedian
Thank you, everyone! Try the Mind Palace buffet!
[Virgil smiles at Patton
[from the backseat, rising his hand
I know! I know! Ooh! Ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh! Ooh-ooh-ooh!
Go ahead, Logan.
Max Stirner was a racist anarchist philosopher who squandered most of his wife's inheritance on his failed milk sternum!
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Music by Marco Belloni
[Deceit's main theme] See more