Frustrated at the still-broken Orb, Liam does some old-school web fishing and gets a nibble from Turkey. When Team Three travels to investigate they stumble upon a strange and ghostly crossroads where Liam is shocked to see someone he knows –or who at least knows him.
This episode is brought to you by Margaret Dunlap, who cautions you to be careful where you wander on the world wide web.
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