A continuation of the documentary spoof of what Thor and his roommate Darryl were up to during the events of “Captain America: Civil War”. While Cap and Iron Man duke it out, Thor tries to pay Darryl his rent in Asgardian coins.
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Rousku and Raninen are fleeing their unemployment by setting up a construction company. Occupational illiteracy is not an obstacle and accounting is fine when Rouskun’s mate deals with things. The entrepreneurs know that the poor can be, but not artificial. But what’s the point for the scratchy women? Especially when Rousku gets to look in the mirror again and find out what kind of father, such a daughter.