Federal Sports Protection Commission

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Season Four: Relay
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"Federal Sports Protection Commission"
Season 4 Episode 3 (54th Episode)
Run Time 2:57
Release Date February 03, 2017
Characters The FSPC Chairman, FSPC Broadcaster
Music "Silent Season of a Hero" by Sam Spence
Album Relay Part One
Category Sketch, Musical, News Report
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Federal Sports Protection Commission is the third episode of Relay, the fourth season of The Minute Hour. It was released on February 03, 2017 and has a run time of 2:57. This episode introduces the FSPC and The SCUDs.

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