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(YouTube)   "I may be a high-functioning zinfandel addict with three estranged wives who have seen Kissinger naked, but I am not an oversharer"   ( divider line 18
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Codefellas S1 EP1: When Topple met Winters-WIRED
WIRED's new animated series takes you inside the secretive world of a slightly askew NSA, with the eccentric Agent Topple, played by John Hodgman, and his young hacker protégé, Nicole Winters. Subscribe to the all new Wired channel here:​fRo08xYE31tkiyw?sub_confirmation=1 Visit the Wired channel for more video: Codefellas EP1: When Topple met Winters - WIRED Connect with Wired Online: Visit Follow Wired on Facebook: Follow Wired on Google+: Follow Wired on Twitter: Follow Wired on Instagram: Follow Wired on Tumblr: Robert Green:Executive Producer David Rees & Brian Spinks: Co-creators and Executive Producers John Hodgman as Henry Topple Emily Heller as Nicole Winters Additional Writing: Bob Powers Still haven't subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► CONNECT WITH WIRED Web: Twitter: Facebook: Pinterest: Google+: Instagram: Tumblr: Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: Codefellas S1 EP1: When Topple met Winters-WIRED Starring: John Hodgman and Emily Heller Executive Producer: Robert Green, David Rees, and Brian Spinks Writer: Bob Powers Co-creators: David Rees and Brian Spinks Animation: Flat Black Films
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