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Death by Innocent Pastimes 

If you eat food in a chem lab, even gum, don't complain once you're dead. But you can't be blamed for being infected by a virus on a search and destroy mission. But what's the harm of a video game after a hard day's work.

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Aaron Woodley

Writer:

Carl Knutson
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Episode credited cast:
Steve Herringer Steve Herringer ... Self - Narrator (voice)
Jimmie Oxley Jimmie Oxley ... Self - Professor of Chemistry, University of Rhode Island
Ilia Paraschis Ilia Paraschis ... Self - Food Technician
D.A. Henderson D.A. Henderson ... Self - University of Pittsburgh
Alan Gillis Alan Gillis ... Self - Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Megan Dennis Megan Dennis ... Janet Parker
Arthur Wright Arthur Wright ... John Wellington
Victor Vahecron Victor Vahecron ... Victor Petriv
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ryan Bonneville
Maddox Campbell Maddox Campbell
Michael Hannigan Michael Hannigan
Paquito 'Paco' Hernaci Paquito 'Paco' Hernaci ... (as Paco Hernacl)
Kimberly Roberts Kimberly Roberts ... Mrs. Petriv
Kevin Torossian Kevin Torossian
Frances Townend ... Mrs. Parker (as Frances Stecyk)

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In Ukraine, a chemistry student dies after accidentally dipping him gum in an explosive. In England, a medical photographer dies after being exposed to smallpox while working one floor up from a research lab. In Australia, a novice fisherman is electrocuted while playing video games during a storm. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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History | Mystery

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Release Date:

6 April 2012 (Canada) See more »

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