This was THE best Sci-fi series to come out since Stargate! I'm having chest pains with anxiety bc of how the season ended and how breathless I am for next season to hurry up and drop! lol! Omg, if ya'll haven't watched ORIGIN then you are hardcore missing out!
I usually look for HaiShi5ei's 720p (or 1080p) Openload link first. The source is USUALLY good, though the link is often slow. But robots don't read posts, and that's why (like Titans 106) Origin 109 STILL has the same bad source linked over and over by the 'bots. Thanks to @PonderThis for http://srstop.online/index.php, where I found a good link for an Openload 720p.
I can't find any link and just wasted my time, since Tonia1 stopped posting a while ago--a sure sign that there are NO OTHER LINKS to this episode anywhere. If the sound was messed up, a corrected source could take a while. Here and now only the HaiShi5ei and matrilinear robots are re-re-...posting what looks to be a pirated Arabic source. Jason Todd will just have to wait...
The same happened to one of the previous episodes (second I think) of Legacies. Still don't know what happened, because I can't find a recording with an entire episode, because every link is the same fucking recording, occasionaly with subtitles that start to live their own lives 5 minutes into an episode. XD I know, we should be grateful anything is posted at all, but this quality makes it really not worth watching at all.
Could someone post a link with the remaining 4 to 8 minutes of the episode? 2 minutes of ads that weren't cut out - ok, but at least you could post a video that doesn't have an entire final segment of an episode cut out. What is it with these shitty links these last few days?
Year : 2009
Episode Runtime: 25
First Aired: June 4, 2009
Status : Continuing
Tosh.0 Season 10 Episode 16 (s10e16)
With razor sharp wit and biting commentary, comedian Daniel Tosh delves into all aspects of the Internet from the absolutely absurd to the incredibly ingenious in this new weekly, topical series, Tosh.0 goes deep into the Web, spinning commentary about blogs and vlogs both popular and obscure, tweets and pokes, popular sites and new technologies. In addition, the series will feature viral clips of the week, premiere its own original videos created by and starring well-known actors and comedians, as well as highlight a weekly viewer's choice video.