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DUST Episode 31

Would you take a redo of your life, even if you have to die first? In "CTRL Z" a hopeless romantic invents a device that allows him an infinite amount of attempts to impress the girls of his dreams. Robots in "Vicious Cycle" shows us that sometimes breaking everything still can't break the cycle you're stuck in. A scientist with a passion for magic gets more than he bargains for when performing a new card trick in "The Adept". Lastly, in "The Right Choice", a married couple visit a clinic to decide what attributes their designer baby should have.

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