Double Decker! Doug & Kirill

Double Decker! Doug & Kirill Episode 2 - Farewell, Detective Okappa!

Doug and Kirill meet suddenly, and say goodbye suddenly too. The day after being assigned to SEVEN-O, Kirill is told he's going to be fired.

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Episode 1

Howl at the Two Suns!

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Episode 2

Farewell, Detective Okappa!

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Episode 3

Your Rival Is Your Partner's Partner!

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Episode 4

Derick Returns!

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Episode 5

A. Kroyd Killer!

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Episode 6

Up Close and Personal! 24 Hours with the Lisvalletta Police!

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Episode 7

Revenge Is Mine!

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Episode 8

Dancing! Academy Investigation!

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Episode 9

Don't Think, Feel So Good!

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Episode 10

Failed Detective, but Pure!

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Episode 11

SEVEN-O Dies Twice!

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