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This is a very funny and enjoyable episode from the Try Guys. They tried to imitate each other and looked so hilarious. Zach is good imitator especially when he tried copying Eugene. I find Zach really funny but still adorable.
Eugene: From Texas
Keith (from Voltron): Has a Texan dad (and is probably from Texas)
Keith (From Voltron): Korean
Eugene: Super hot
Keith (from Voltron): Super hot
Eugene: Super Emo
Keith (from Voltron): Super Emo
Eugene: Hates love
Keith (from Voltron): Hates love
Eugene: Super gay (in a great way)
Keith (from Voltron): Super gay (in a great way)
If Voltron gets a live action movie, I'm not seeing it unless Eugene plays Keith.
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