Tom Saunders

TV comedy writer

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On Everything Talks, a McMansion finds itself upstaged -- by a MegaMansion. With Tom Saunders and Kristen Hansen.

Everything Talks: McMansion vs. Megamansion

On Everything Talks, a McMansion finds itself upstaged -- by a MegaMansion. With Tom Saunders and Kristen Hansen.

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Comedian Tom Saunders tells us what objects really think.

Everything Talks

Comedian Tom Saunders tells us what objects really think.

from Design and Architecture

Everything Talks is a new DnA series where comedy writer Tom Saunders reveals to us what our objects really think.

Everything Talks

Everything Talks is a new DnA series where comedy writer Tom Saunders reveals to us what our objects really think.

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