Sal prepares for a delightful day of filing when Angus comes in on his day off to report an embarrassing crime. He and Sal reach new levels of closeness.
This week on Talkin’ Tuong, join Tuong and Quest Friend Forever/Heroes Don’t Do Paperwork’s/Thanos-Wannabe Angus MacDonald, as they examine the series of misfortunes of criminals being stuck in a house of even worse criminals while chatting about 2019’s horror comedy – Villains (now streaming on Amazon Prime).
Some wires must have gotten crossed because this week’s episode of … Villains Don’t Do Paperwork has Matthew and Seth Badfellow (Angus MacDonald) bring in Dr. ToxSixSixSix in an attempt to get him to be a bit more professional with his villainy.
“Yessss my master” *kneels down cowering*
Fictional villains often seem to have unlimited resources to fund their evil plans. Even though we, the audience, are taught to despise these villains, sometimes it’s hard to resist their wealth of cash, their nefarious moral compass, or their smarmy accent. It’s times like these when we wonder “What would it be like to work for this villain?”. Would they treat me well? What’s the benefits package like? Will I die horribly? These are the questions we ask on this week’s Ranked as Tuong La and Underling Candidates Taylor Fleming, Alex Toth, and Josef Addleman rank the Top 5 Best Villains to Work For!